Hill Street Blues

Season 3 Episode 8

Requiem For a Hairbag

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Nov 18, 1982 on NBC
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LaRue and Washington open Maizel's safety deposit box and find evidence of his corruption; Bates and Coffey try to help an abused child with her baby; Belker ends his insurance scam investigation with a visit to Hill's doctor; and Daniels pressures Furillo to keep quiet about Maizel.moreless

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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

    Kathleen Lloyd

    Kathleen Lloyd

    Linda Wulfawitz

    Guest Star

    Dominique Dunne

    Dominique Dunne

    Cindy (Abandoned baby's mother)

    Guest Star

    Sheldon Feldner

    Sheldon Feldner

    Wisniewski

    Guest Star

    Michael Fairman

    Michael Fairman

    Arnold Detweiler

    Recurring Role

    Vincent Lucchesi

    Vincent Lucchesi

    Jerry Fuchs

    Recurring Role

    Charles Levin

    Charles Levin

    Eddie Gregg

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Fay: (describing the people who burglarized her house) You see, they not only took things, they also left something. A small token of their esteem! In the living room…on the rug!

      • Councilman Detweiler: I am going to bury you and your chief deeper than we just planted that piece of dirt back there (gesturing towards Maizel's gravesite).

      • Eddie: Mick, this handsome, middle-aged man asked me for a match. I said, "How about you and me?" What can I say? I'm a hopeless romantic.

      • Howard: Linda, may I speak freely?
        Linda: I wish you would.
        Howard: Since meeting you I've realized that there has been a part of my life that has been AWOL for longer than I care to admit. It's time I checked out of the POQ and went TDY. I long for the kitschy detail of little feet marching.
        Linda: Are you reenlisting?
        Howard: I want to make an honest woman out of you. I want you to be my wife.
        Linda: Oh-oh, my darling Howard! I love you so! (they begin passionately embracing and kissing)
        Howard: (face alight) Then it's "yes"?
        Linda: No.

      • Belker: Hey, Curry-breath, your immigration status is hanging by a thread, here. Talk American.

      • Howard: I was wondering if I could ask you a direct, personal question.
        Henry: Sure, fire away.
        Howard: What is it like being a Hebrew?

    • NOTES (2)

      • Actress Dominique Dunne, who played the battered mother in this episode, did not need make-up to create her bruises. They are real, administered by her abusive boyfriend, John Thomas Sweeney.

      • This episode was dedicated to the memory of Dominique Dunne, who was killed by her boyfriend just two weeks before it aired.

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