Hill Street Blues

Season 1 Episode 10

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Mar 07, 1981 on NBC
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Renko gets put out when a Division homicide detective ridicules his efforts to learn who killed a 15-year-old prostitute; Furillo learns that he may be in line for a promotion to commander; LaRue and Washington have a surprise for Hunter during his annual alligator hunt in the city sewers; and Fay asks Furillo's help with an obscene phone caller.
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    Taurean Blacque

    Taurean Blacque

    Det. Neal Washington

    Jeffrey Tambor

    Jeffrey Tambor

    Attorney/Judge Alan Wachtel (recurring)

    Michael Warren

    Michael Warren

    Officer Bobby Hill

    Charles Haid

    Charles Haid

    Andy Renko

    Michael Conrad

    Michael Conrad

    Sgt. Phil Esterhaus (1981-1984)

    Veronica Hamel

    Veronica Hamel

    Joyce Davenport

    Dolph Sweet

    Dolph Sweet

    Lt. Emil Schneider

    Guest Star

    Jordan Charney

    Jordan Charney

    Ed Chapel

    Guest Star

    Don Cervantes

    Don Cervantes

    Nemo Rodriguez

    Guest Star

    George Dickerson

    George Dickerson

    Dave Swanson

    Recurring Role

    Dana Gladstone

    Dana Gladstone

    Marv Box

    Recurring Role

    Gerry Black

    Gerry Black

    Chesley

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the beginning of the episode Furillo is standing in his office talking to Henry and holding a cat. He's holding the cat so that it's draped over his forearm, away from his body facing Henry, but in the split second that it pans from Furillo to Henry and then back to Furillo, the cat is in a different position, nestled against Furillo's chest.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Phil: Makes a wicked carrot cake, my Cindy. The frosting's mine. (lowers his voice) We baked it dressed in our bathing suits.

      • Phil: You know, Fay, for as traumatic as these calls are, I wouldn't worry about the caller doing what he threatened to.
        Bates: (nodding) It's true.
        Phil: Sick, lonely, cowardly types. They can't do anything but dial a phone.
        Fay: (nodding, feeling reassured) I know.
        Phil: (thinking to himself) Of course, there was the Clausen case not long ago.
        Fay: What's the Clausen case?
        Bates: Sergeant…
        Phil: Uh, you don't want to know, Fay. She lived though, and he was put away. (shakes her hand reassuringly). Nice seeing you Fay. I'm sure you got nothing to worry about.

      • Howard: (carrying the dismembered plastic alligator into Furillo's office, amidst howls of laughter) This is just one more example of the rampant unprofessionalism that is legend in this precinct! Frank, Judas my boys shouldn't have to put up with this! Not with a gaggle of prankster apes who have silly putty for brains and jelly where their manhood ought to be!

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