Hill Street Blues

Season 3 Episode 2

Domestic Beef

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 07, 1982 on NBC
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Belker forgets his mother's birthday; Hill and Renko look into urban cattle rustling; LaRue and Washington apply for jobs in the Bahamas; and Furillo sits on a board of rights for a fellow captain accused of neglecting his duties.

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    Taurean Blacque

    Taurean Blacque

    Det. Neal Washington

    Michael Warren

    Michael Warren

    Officer Bobby Hill

    Charles Haid

    Charles Haid

    Andy Renko

    Michael Conrad

    Michael Conrad

    Sgt. Phil Esterhaus (1981-1984)

    Ed Marinaro

    Ed Marinaro

    Officer Joe Coffey (1981-1986)

    Veronica Hamel

    Veronica Hamel

    Joyce Davenport

    Robert Hogan

    Robert Hogan

    Lou Hogan

    Guest Star

    Andy Romano

    Andy Romano

    Captain MacPherson

    Guest Star

    Leo Rossi

    Leo Rossi

    Jon Gennaro

    Guest Star

    Vincent Lucchesi

    Vincent Lucchesi

    Captain Jerry Fuchs

    Recurring Role

    Arthur Taxier

    Arthur Taxier

    Briles

    Recurring Role

    Arnold Johnson

    Arnold Johnson

    Tubbs

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      • Phil: In light of the continuing and deplorable armed robberies of local ice cream vendors this past month, detectives Belker and Goldblume will undertake a second day of undercover assignment as D K E Tano ice cream drivers.
        Hill: Nobody's going to buy ice cream from Belker!

      • Washington: Look, baby, I know you went to a lot of trouble to line up this opportunity, but I guess I'm just kind of attached to this town, you know?
        LaRue: Oh-h-h-h, me too! Hey, don't get me wrong. Hell, I love junkies getting sick on my shoes twice a week, I get off on transvestites' dried blood, people lunging at me with barbecue forks…oh, yeah…this town? Regular joy machine!

      • Furillo: If you reject responsibility you lose authority. It's as simple as that.

      • Howard: Take it back, you impertinent scullery maid, take it back I say!
        Waitress: Don't you bark at me, buster! I've been serving you the same slop five days a week four years running, and the most you ever left me was a quarter!

      • Belker: I got a serious problem.
        Davenport: Legal?
        Belker: No. I forgot it's my mother's birthday today. I haven't gotten her a present yet, and I'm supposed to be there at 6:30.
        Davenport: I'm sure she'll understand if you get her a present tomorrow.
        Belker: No, she won't understand, Miss Davenport. You don't know my mother.
        Davenport: What did you have in mind?
        Belker: Suicide.

      • Belker: (fervently grasps Davenport's hand) I don't know what to say!
        Davenport: Don't – don't say anything.
        Belker: Miss Davenport, you're as far from a dirt bag as they come.
        Davenport: Thank you.

      • Furillo: How could you just quit?
        Fay: Well, I figured I didn't have much of a choice when he called me into his office and stood up behind his desk, naked from the waist down!

      • Miss Fowler: Is there any particular reason you'd like to leave your present position?
        LaRue (chuckling) Excuse me, but you're asking me why, after twelve years in one of the worst urban wastelands in this country, I'd risk a substantial raise in salary to work in the Bahamas?
        Miss Fowler (chuckling) Your point is well made.

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