Cagney & Lacey

Season 2 Episode 7

Mr. Lonelyhearts

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Dec 06, 1982 on CBS
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When a Vermont farmer comes looking for his missing wife, it uncovers a bigamy fraud involving a woman who has married, and taken money from, multiple men.

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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

    Jason Bernard

    Jason Bernard

    Dep. Insp. Marquette

    Carl Lumbly

    Carl Lumbly

    Det. Mark Petrie

    Sidney Clute

    Sidney Clute

    Det. Paul La Guardia

    Fredric Lehne

    Fredric Lehne

    Burt

    Guest Star

    Henry Wilcoxon

    Henry Wilcoxon

    Mr. Mathers

    Guest Star

    Harvey Vernon

    Harvey Vernon

    Ed Waits

    Guest Star

    Janet MacLachlan

    Janet MacLachlan

    Lynne Sutter

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • (La Guardia has offered to set up Cagney with his brother)
        Lacey: I can't believe you're ducking out on his brother. How many men have you met who have their own plane?
        Cagney: Six.
        Lacey: I'll tell you what. Give me a blonde wig, I'll go.

      • Lacey: We don't call someone a missing person until they've been gone for 72 hours. How long have you been looking?
        Waits: Three days. Next time, ask the question before you tell the rules.
        Lacey: I'll remember that.

      • Samuels: If I ever hear about this again, if I ever find out that the two of you didn't drop it ... Do I have to finish my sentence? All right, thanks for your cooperation.
        Lacey: (to Cagney) I don't mind it when he yells. When he's cute, I can't stand it.

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