S.W.A.T.

Season 1 Episode 11

Omega One

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM May 12, 1975 on ABC
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A group of students of Nobel Prize winning scientist Dr. Samuel Bruner plan a peaceful protest to bring attention to the existence possible chemical and biological stockpiles. Dr. Bruner is sympathetic to their cause and agrees to join the protest. The only student to not take part is Jim Street, who is forbidden by department regulations. During the protest, the student take Dr. and Mrs. Bruner hostage and demand $1 million or else they will blow up the facility.moreless

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    Steve Forrest

    Steve Forrest

    Lieutenant Dan "Hondo" Harrelson

    Robert Urich

    Robert Urich

    Officer Jim Street

    Rod Perry

    Rod Perry

    Sergeant David "Deacon" Kay

    Mark Shera

    Mark Shera

    Officer Dominic Luca

    James Coleman

    James Coleman

    Officer T.J. McCabe

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      • Dr. Samuel Bruner: Does an individual have a moral obligation to fight against evil? One thousand words, to be turned in next Friday. Class dismissed.
        Street: Doctor Bruner, I'm sorry I was late but, ah, don't you think the answer to your question is rather obvious?
        Dr. Bruner: I don't think it at all obvious, Mr. Street. Whether or not to take action is always every man's private decision. Private and painful decision.

      • (breaking up a heated argument between McCabe and Luca regarding Luca's dating his sister)
        Lt. Harrelson: I want to know what's going on.
        Luca: Ah, it's nothing Lieutenant. It's just a friendly argument, Lieutenant, no trouble.
        McCabe: Not yet.
        Lt. Harrelson: Well look, whatever it is, you police officers work it out between you. This may come as a shock to you, but this is not American Bandstand, we're supposed to be on ready alert. Now get with it.

      • Lt. Harrelson: What's the time element?
        Mr. Jenkins: Two hours, three at the most.
        Lt. Harrelson: You better call the Chief. We'd better evacuate. I want to get as many people as possible out of that downwind area.
        McCabe: Lieutenant, there's a hospital about a mile form here. A lot of their patients probably can't be moved that quickly.
        Lt. Harrelson: We'll just have to nail Stockwell and his friends fast.

      • Police Officer: Well, what does your S.W.A.T. book say about a situation like this?
        Lt. Harrelson: I'm writing that chapter now.

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      • Pearl Harbor - 12/7/41)
        Refers to the attack on the United States Navy's deep-water naval base and headquarters of the U.S. Pacific Fleet by the Empire of Japan on December 7, 1941. This act of aggression brought the United States into World War II.

      • American Bandstand
        Refers to the popular television show that aired from 1952 to 1989. The show featured teenagers dancing to Top 40-type pop music.

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