Hill Street Blues

Season 1 Episode 11

Life, Death, Eternity

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Mar 14, 1981 on NBC
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Furillo's chances for promotion are threatened when a city councilman is implicated in the murder of the teenage prostitute; LaRue continues to look for money for his "saloondramat"; Fay's obscene caller breaks into her home; and Belker confronts an anti-Semitic cop just transferred to the Hill.

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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)

    Veronica Hamel

    Veronica Hamel

    Joyce Davenport

    Daniel J. Travanti

    Daniel J. Travanti

    Captain Frank Furillo

    Dolph Sweet

    Dolph Sweet

    Lt. Emil Schneider

    Guest Star

    Jordan Charney

    Jordan Charney

    Ed Chapel

    Guest Star

    George McDaniel

    George McDaniel

    Ludwig

    Guest Star

    Dana Gladstone

    Dana Gladstone

    Marv Box

    Recurring Role

    George Dickerson

    George Dickerson

    Commander Dave Swanson

    Recurring Role

    Barbara Babcock

    Barbara Babcock

    Grace Gardiner

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      • LaRue: Hey, in light of what's happened here today, has anyone given any more thought to my investment? It's an annuity for our loved ones, and it's still a thousand bucks a share to friends.
        Henry: Uh, maybe I ought to talk to Rachel... again.
        Phil: Yeah, maybe I'll give Grace a call... and Cindy, naturally.

      • Phil: You know, since the word's out that you might move up to division, I have a few requests for transfer.
        Frank: How many?
        Phil: Twenty-eight uniforms, seventeen plainclothes, and one retirement. But you shouldn't let this in any way affect your decision.

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