Season 1 Episode 2

The Heist

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Sep 29, 1997 on ABC
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Episode Summary

The Heist
Logan and a retiring detective go back to 1977 to work on an unsolved robbery the detective handled as a young policeman.

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    William Devane

    William Devane

    Detective John Langdon

    Guest Star

    Robert Gentili

    Robert Gentili

    The Older Damon Orselli

    Guest Star

    Christian Bocher

    Christian Bocher

    The Younger Damon Orselli

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    • QUOTES (10)

      • Logan: I'm from the future.
        Young Langdon: Great, 'cause I'm from Mars, you know. It's nice to meet you. Hey, is anyone else doing this time travel thing? You know, Mayor Beame, Crazy Eddie?

      • Logan: Great. Blindsided by a guy old enough to be my father. Next I'll be mugged by a three-year-old in diapers.

      • Logan: It's just that whenever you talk, I feel like I'm watching an episode of "Mannix."

      • Langdon: This is the '70s, Logan. Civil rights are for sissies. You got a dental plan, Scaggs?
        Scaggs: I, I, I think so. Why?
        Langdon: (brandishing brass knuckles) Because you got about five seconds before you meet your deductible.

      • Easter: You won't believe this, Logan, but there was a time as a child when even I wanted to be a cop.
        Logan: Yeah? What happened?
        Easter: Oh, that infantile moment of madness passed.

      • Matuzek: Keep it simple, Jack. If Granpa Orselli is doing the temporal two-step, let Kojak make his moves, nail this guy and bring everybody back in one piece.

      • Matuzek: Hope your flight wasn't too rough.
        Langdon: Well, you know, jerked out of bed at 2:30, on a military jet by 3. I've had hangovers that were more fun.

      • Easter: 1977. We are talking skyjackings, hostage takings, executions, Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, Billy beer, fat Elvis, dead Elvis. Boy, if years were headaches, this would have been a migraine. Ah, but good news for you, Officer Logan, The police archetypes of the era include your assorted Starskys, Hutches and Dirty Harrys, meaning your enthusiastic "kick buttocks, take nomenclature later" style of law enforcement should jive nicely.

      • Easter: You called a A-level alert for this? I've seen petri dishes with bigger ripples.

      • Hemmings: It's 1:30, Logan. That's a.m. If this were talk radio, we could start using dirty words.

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