Hill Street Blues

Season 7 Episode 22

It Ain't Over Till It's Over

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM May 12, 1987 on NBC
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It Ain't Over Till It's Over
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Sid and Furillo work to find out who is setting up Buntz while Daniels publicly vilifies him; LaRue decides to beat a TV crew doing a live broadcast from a gangster's cellar to the punch; Bates agrees to go out with Sal the plumber; rumors are flying about what will happen to the station house after a three-alarm fire guts it.moreless

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    Taurean Blacque

    Taurean Blacque

    Det. Neal Washington

    Megan Gallagher

    Megan Gallagher

    Officer Tina Russo (1986-87)

    Michael Warren

    Michael Warren

    Officer Bobby Hill

    Dennis Franz

    Dennis Franz

    Lt. Norman Buntz (1985-1987)

    Peter Jurasik

    Peter Jurasik

    Sid Thurston (recurring, 1985-87)

    George Wyner

    George Wyner

    ADA Irwin Bernstein (recurring, 1984-87)

    Steven Keats

    Steven Keats

    Det. Patrackis

    Guest Star

    Ernie Sabella

    Ernie Sabella

    Pauli

    Guest Star

    Kelly Jo Minter

    Kelly Jo Minter

    Coho

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    Arthur Taxier

    Arthur Taxier

    IAD Shipman

    Recurring Role

    Jack Andreozzi

    Jack Andreozzi

    Sal

    Recurring Role

    Lawrence Tierney

    Lawrence Tierney

    Sergeant Jenkins

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      • Of course, the series didn't technically end here. The following television season saw Dennis Franz and Peter Jurasik keeping their characters alive, only this time they traded Chicago for Beverly Hills in the short-lived series "Beverly Hills Buntz."

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      • Title: It Ain't Over Till It's Over.

        The episode title is a memorable quote by Hall of Fame baseball player/manager Yogi Berra from 1973 when Berra was the manager of the Mets. It also appears on his plaque at Yankee Stadium.

      • LaRue's attempt to "ruin" the uncovering of a famed mobster's vault is a spoof of a much-publicized incident involving Geraldo Rivera and Al Capone's alleged secret stash.

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