Cagney & Lacey

Season 4 Episode 1

Child Witness

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 15, 1984 on CBS
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An over-protective father hinders prosecution of a babysitter who may have molested his daughter. Petrie gets beaten by some white NYPD officers who don't know he's a detective.

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    Tony LaTorre

    Tony LaTorre

    Harvey Lacey, Jr.

    Tyne Daly

    Tyne Daly

    Det. Mary Beth Lacey

    Sharon Gless

    Sharon Gless

    Det. Chris Cagney

    Carl Lumbly

    Carl Lumbly

    Det. Mark Petrie

    Sidney Clute

    Sidney Clute

    Det. Paul La Guardia

    Harvey Atkin

    Harvey Atkin

    Desk Sgt. Ronald Coleman

    Christopher Rydell

    Christopher Rydell

    Neil Traeger

    Guest Star

    Jon Van Ness

    Jon Van Ness

    Balough

    Guest Star

    Arthur Taxier

    Arthur Taxier

    Paul Zaybe

    Guest Star

    Vonetta McGee

    Vonetta McGee

    Claudia Petrie

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Samuels: How do I look?
        Lacey: With due respect, sir, we got this jerk we can't touch and your concern about how you're going to look on a date, is irrelevant to me.

      • Samuels: If I let every case that backed me into a corner eat at me, then I'd been eaten long ago.

      • Claudia: If you ever have to make a judgement call like that, a man wth a gun, I don't care what color he is. I hope you do exactly the same thing.
        Petrie: I can't believe ... I can't believe you're saying that. I should go out and roust people?
        Claudia: I'm not saying 'roust people'. But if you do make an error, I hope it is on the side of caution. I'd rather see you face a brutality charge than me being the grieving widow at some inspector's funeral.

      • Samuels: You know, Petrie, my grandfather tells a story about the old country. He and my grandmother were on a train somewhere from Minsk to ...
        Petrie: Is this the one about the Cossack?
        Samuels: Oh, I told you that one already? With the helmlet filled with sour cream?
        Petrie: Yes, sir, a very nice story.
        Samuels: So you'll give it some thought.

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