T.J. Hooker

Season 2 Episode 4

Blind Justice [a.k.a. Blind Watch]

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 23, 1982 on ABC
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Blind Justice [a.k.a. Blind Watch]
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When two thugs rob a cinema box office, leaving the cashier seriously wounded, a passing woman is the only witness. Hooker tries to question her on what she saw, only to find that she is blind. Not only that, she is very reluctant to cooperate, and Hooker must work hard to change her mind. Meanwhile, the two armed robbers, planning their next big box office heist on an upcoming Beach Boys concert, are unaware that the woman has no sight, and intend to see that she isn't around to give the police their descriptions...moreless

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William Shatner

William Shatner

Sgt. Thomas Jefferson "T.J." Hooker

Adrian Zmed

Adrian Zmed

Officer Vince Romano

Heather Locklear

Heather Locklear

Officer Stacy Sheridan

Richard Herd

Richard Herd

Captain Dennis Sheridan

Marcy Lafferty

Marcy Lafferty

Anne Perry

Guest Star

Darrell Fetty

Darrell Fetty

Bobby Jo Nash

Guest Star

Tony Burton

Tony Burton

Luther Travis

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Romano: (dressed in a loud Hawaiian shirt) Well, what do you think?
      Hooker: Costume party—you're going as a Malibu reject.
      Stacy: Frankie Avalon lives.
      Romano: Ha ha. You guys are a riot.

  • NOTES (5)

    • This episode bills The Beach Boys, but all of their concert performances are stock footage. Only Carl Wilson actually filmed a cameo specifically for this episode, with a couple of lines to Hooker for the final act, which are inserted into the Beach Boys' performance.

    • The closing credits contain the acknowledgement "The Producers wish the express their gratitude to the Braille Institute of America for their invaluable help and guidance in the production of this episode".

    • Guest Marcy Lafferty, at the time of this episode's airing, was William Shatner's real-life wife.

    • The actress who plays the cinema cashier that gets wounded is uncredited.

    • Numerous other series have their own equivalent of this story. For example, Knight Rider's second season episode "Blind Spot" concerns a blind woman who, with her guide dog, are the only witnesses to a shooting.

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