Ironside

Season 4 Episode 24

Lesson in Terror

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Mar 18, 1971 on NBC
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A gang of violent anarchists springs a protestor from prison and, when he is recaptured, try to force the police into releasing him again by kidnapping the son of a prominent lawyer. The boy, however, is in on the scheme, until he begins to realize just how far his new friends are prepared to go.

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    Raymond Burr

    Raymond Burr

    Chief Robert T. Ironside

    Don Galloway

    Don Galloway

    Detective Sergeant Ed Brown

    Barbara Anderson

    Barbara Anderson

    Officer Eve Whitfield

    Don Mitchell

    Don Mitchell

    Mark Sanger

    Simon Oakland

    Simon Oakland

    Theodore Berringer Sr.

    Guest Star

    David Soul

    David Soul

    Roy Harris

    Guest Star

    Brad David

    Brad David

    Ted Berringer Jr.

    Guest Star

    Johnny Seven

    Johnny Seven

    Lt. Carl Reese

    Recurring Role

    Gene Lyons

    Gene Lyons

    Commissioner Dennis Randall

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Ed: Hello, you have a visitor.
        Ironside: What does he want?
        Ed: Your job.
        Eve: He's your replacement. It's high school youth day, you know, acting mayor, acting DA, acting Supervisor, acting Chief Ironside.
        Ed: It's Ted Berringer Jr.
        Ironside: Well, I'm glad to meet you, Ted. I know your father both professionally and personally.
        Ted: Yes, sir, I know.
        Ironside: Well, we'll try to make your day interesting here, sit down, make it interesting and hopefully informative.
        Ted: Thank you. But before we begin, sir, there's something I need to tell you. I didn't ask to be assigned here.
        Ironside: You mean you didn't want to be?
        Ted: That's right.
        Ironside: Well I'd be interested in knowing why, if you care to tell me.
        Ted: Because I don't approve of the way you do things.
        Ironside: Well, in that case, let's hope the day will be mutually informative.

      • Ironside: Before we get started on the rest of our daily schedule, I have a very important question to ask you.
        Ted: Yes, sir?
        Ironside: Do you like chili?
        Ted: Yeah. (grins)
        Ironside: All right, Eve. You heat up an extra bowl of chili.
        Eve: I don't know, Chief, these gourmet meals take a lot of practice.

      • Ted: What would you do if you saw a man breaking the law that you thought was a bad law?
        Ironside: I'd arrest him.
        Ted: So what about the Boston Tea Party? They broke the law.
        Ironside: I'd be in charge of the Boston Police on December 16th, 1773. I would have arrested the colonists who threw that tea in the harbor.
        Mark: And he doesn't even like tea.
        Ironside: The issue of taxation without representation might have been fought out in court instead of on the battlefield.
        Ted: But King George would have won.
        Ironside: Not necessarily.

      • Ironside: Incidentally, I've been meaning to ask you, how did you subdue Miss Stockton so readily? I thought she was prepared to go at least three falls.
        Berringer Sr.: Reason, logic, and a bit of silver-tongued oratory. I simply told the young lady if she didn't behave herself, I'd knock all her teeth out.
        Ironside: Hmmm.
        Ed: I always knew you were a very persuasive lawyer.

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