Harry O

Season 2 Episode 4

Shades

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 02, 1975 on ABC
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A wealthy woman hires Harry to help her housekeeper, who admits to murdering a small-time blackmailer but refuses to discuss the reason.

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    David Janssen

    David Janssen

    Harry Orwell

    Farrah Fawcett

    Farrah Fawcett

    Sue Ingram [eps 21-42]

    Anthony Zerbe

    Anthony Zerbe

    Lt. K.C. Trench [eps 17-46]

    Paul Tulley

    Paul Tulley

    Sgt. Don Roberts [eps 17-46]

    Anjanette Comer

    Anjanette Comer

    Grace Duvall

    Guest Star

    Louis Gossett Jr.

    Louis Gossett Jr.

    Cleon Jackson

    Guest Star

    Linden Chiles

    Linden Chiles

    Raymond Duvall

    Guest Star

    Bill Henderson

    Bill Henderson

    Spencer Johnson

    Recurring Role

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      • Writer(s): Michael Sloan

        Quote 1
        ORWELL [VOICEOVER]: Borrowing Spence's car hadn't been easy. I appealed to his humanitarian instincts and I paid him ten dollars and promised to bring it back in one piece. I neglected to say which piece.

        Quote 2
        TRENCH: ...Did Mrs. Duvall find you in the yellow pages?
        ORWELL: No, I came highly recommended.
        TRENCH: By whom?
        ORWELL: Well there are certain members of this department who consider my work above average.
        TRENCH: Who, for instance?
        ORWELL: Well, uh...
        TRENCH: Roberts!!...When you spent so much time last night with Mrs. Duvall and Clara Wooster, did you find yourself growing sympathetic?
        ROBERTS: Uh...yes, sir.
        TRENCH: And where did that sympathy lead to, Sergeant?...Did it lead to the conclusion that where the police department fails, Harry Orwell succeeds?...We'll discuss this at a later time, Sergeant...perhaps when you're back walking a beat.
        Quote 3
        ORWELL [voiceover]: That must have been strange for him...speaking to Clara as a mother-in-law. But he didn't let her see the shock of it, and I liked him a little better in that moment.

        Quote 4
        TRENCH: Orwell, I always thought you worked alone?
        ORWELL: Only when I work with you.

        Quote 5
        TRENCH [TO ORWELL]: Orwell, it occurs to me [that] now that Sgt. Roberts seems to be moonlighting as your agent, the department is entitled to a percentage of your fee, if only to help pay for the coffee you drink.

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