Starsky And Hutch

Season 1 Episode 10

Lady Blue

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 12, 1975 on ABC
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A former girlfriend of Starsky's is found brutally murdered, with the body bizarrely wrapped in radio antenna wire. As the detective duo investigate, it emerges that the girl had been working undercover as a cocktail waitress while tracking down a psychotic killer.
But there are several suspects as to the murderer's identity – are Starsky and Hutch on the right track?...moreless

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    Paul Michael Glaser

    Paul Michael Glaser

    Detective Sergeant David "Dave" Michael Starsky

    David Soul

    David Soul

    Detective Sergeant Kenneth "Ken Hutch" Hutchinson

    Bernie Hamilton

    Bernie Hamilton

    Captain Harold C. Dobey

    Antonio Fargas

    Antonio Fargas

    "Huggy Bear" Brown

    James Keach

    James Keach

    James "Captain Jim" March Wrightwood

    Guest Star

    Quinn Redeker

    Quinn Redeker

    Dr. Melford

    Guest Star

    Timothy Blake

    Timothy Blake

    Cindy

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This is the first episode in which we see Hutch using an old-fashioned pocket watch instead of an ordinary watch. He will do so again in "Captain Dobey, You´re Dead", "Shootout" (where it is most prominent), and a last time in "The Omaha Tiger".

    • QUOTES (1)

      • On the existential pang of living in a digitized society...
        Hutch: I just wanna get my car fixed. I've been on the phone in there 20 minutes trying to prove to the guy that I exist! Did you ever think about it, Starsky? Here we go, another day, another dollar...10-4, 5, 6, Tac 2, Zebra-Three... They're trying to make us into digits and I'm tired of it!
        Starsky: Hey, hey, hey...you know, it's important. I enjoy being Zebra-Three. I don't think I could sleep at night if they took that away from us.
        Hutch: Starsky, they feed us numbers all day long. They try to make us into one of 'them'. You see, 'Zebra-Three, 10-4, 40 buffalo and a gaggle of geese--'
        Starsky: --And a partridge in a pear tree. It sounds like Christmas.
        Hutch: That's not funny.
        Starsky: I know it's not funny, but it's not the end of the world, either. But look at it this way, they coulda made us 1 Antelope-4?
        Dispatch Operator: Zebra-Three?
        Starsky: You see? Isn't that beautiful?
        Hutch: (grabs mike) Hello there, fellow person, nice human being. Are you calling us?
        Dispatch Operator: Zebra-Three, come in please?
        Hutch: 10-4s, 40 zebras. What are you talking...two-headed antelopes? What are we, a zoo?
        Dispatch Operator: Who is this?!
        Hutch: This is Detectives Hutchinson and Starsky. No numbers today. What do you wish, warm person? Please talk now.
        Dispatch Operator: There's a 187--that's a dead body--in Lincoln Gardens near the museum.
        Hutch: (now serious) 10-4. We're rolling.

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