Hill Street Blues

Season 3 Episode 5

Officer of the Year

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 28, 1982 on NBC
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Joyce humiliates an unprepared Bates on the witness stand; Renko pushes an assault victim to press charges; Furillo's son is missing; and Calletano expresses his true feelings at a luncheon honoring him as the Hispanic Officer of the Year.

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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 (I)

Michael Conrad (I)

Sgt. Phil Esterhaus (1981-1984)

Gerry Black

Gerry Black

Det./Lt. Alf Chesley (1981-82)

Helen Shaver

Helen Shaver

Teresa

Guest Star

Jesse Bochco

Jesse Bochco

Frank Jr.

Guest Star

Charles Weldon

Charles Weldon

Man on bench

Guest Star

Tony Perez

Tony Perez

Officer Perez

Recurring Role

Gary Miller

Gary Miller

Ballantine

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Bates: (to Davenport) All you care about is winning, and you don't care who you drag through the mud to help you do it!

    • Goldblume: Don't worry, Fay. Running away from home is as American as apple pie.

    • Fay: Is he here? Please tell me he's here!
      Furillo: Who?
      Fay: Frank, junior. He's missing!
      Furillo: What do you mean "missing"?
      Fay: We had a fight at breakfast. See, he wanted to go camping next weekend with the Benjamins and I told him he couldn't, and he stormed out of the house in a kind of Mediterranean rage he could have only inherited from- (stops short)

    • Arrestee: Not bad, honkey. Want me to frisk her for you?
      Renko: What I would like you to do is to shut your face before I relocate it for you in the vicinity of your butt.
      Teresa: Nice place you got here.

    • LaRue: I'm tellin' ya man, it's a miscarriage of justice putting that little bozo in a massage parlor. Belker wouldn't know a good massage if it came up and bit him. Matter of fact, that is Belker's idea of a good massage.

    • Talkative Arrestee: You see, that license don't mutilate for two more years.

    • Hunter: (to Ray) You know Raymon Calletano al fresco may resig-na-cion... Judas H man, if you're gonna throw in the towel, sit on a sword, not a goldarn tamale!

    • Ray: Why is it... that I look around the room -full of ranking officers- and the only Hispanics I see are waiters and busboys?

  • NOTES (1)

    • Despite being mentioned in nearly every episode until season six, this is the first appearance by Frank Furillo, Jr. He appears briefly again in episode #94 "Davenport in a Storm".  Both times he is portrayed by Jesse Bochco, son of series creator Steven Bochco and series star Barbara Bosson (who is also his on-screen mother).

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