Hunter

Season 1 Episode 12

The Avenging Angel

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Aired Unknown Jan 18, 1985 on NBC
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The Avenging Angel
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A surveillance expert goes after a murder suspect and a witness who was bribed to keep silent.

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    James Whitmore Jr.

    James Whitmore Jr.

    Sergeant Bernie Terwilliger

    Fred Dryer

    Fred Dryer

    Detective Sergeant Rick Hunter

    John Shearin

    John Shearin

    Lieutenant Ambrose Finn

    Richard Beauchamp

    Richard Beauchamp

    Carlos

    Stepfanie Kramer

    Stepfanie Kramer

    Detective Sergeant Dee Dee McCall

    Angus Duncan

    Angus Duncan

    Doctor Pierpoint

    Guest Star

    Michael Cornelison

    Michael Cornelison

    District Attorney Harvey

    Guest Star

    Robert Gray

    Robert Gray

    Arnold Morton

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      • Hunter: Wait a minute! That was all my money!
        McCall: So are you coming?
        Hunter: I don't have much choice. (grimaces) And I can't pick up any wine.
        McCall (smirks and slaps ten dollars in his palm): That's red wine with veal. You owe me ten.

      • Hunter: (about Ted) He's got his own key?
        McCall: You want help or you want gossip?

      • Hunter: Let's go bring the Doc in.
        McCall: You can bring him in. I have to go food shopping.
        Hunter: McCall, we're on a case!
        McCall: You're on a case. I just lent a hand. Tonight, I promised Ted veal marsala. (winks at Hunter) It's his favorite.

      • McCall: What are we looking for, Hunter?
        Hunter: Money; the kind you pay a guy to get him to lie in court.

      • Hunter: Nice of you to show, McCall. Forget to set your alarm?
        Nell: This was your bust, Hunter. I'm just here as an observer. But from what I heard as I came in the door, I can't say I'm sorry I missed your performance.
        McCall: Just an experiment to see which was tougher, the human body or a seventy-five green Olds Cutlass. I'd say it's a pretty convincing victory for the Olds.

      • Hunter: Nice of you to show, McCall. Forget to set your alarm?
        McCall: This was your bust, Hunter. I'm just here as an observer. But from what I heard as I came in the door, I can't say I'm sorry I missed your performance.
        Hunter: It's that defense lawyer, Nell Armstrong. She's like an octopus. She twists everything around.

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