T.J. Hooker

Season 2 Episode 6

Terror at the Academy

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Nov 06, 1982 on ABC
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Terror at the Academy
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When a highly-trained sniper takes out a patrol car's front tire, sending it crashing off the highway, the tactics used suggest to Hooker and Romano that the attacker is an ex-Vietnam war veteran gone bad, who has made the hit as practice for a bigger strike. But the culprit is closer to home than they expect, and is planning to turn an upcoming visit by the Mayor to the LCPD headquarters into a nightmare, with his own little war zone...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

Kristoffer Tabori

Kristoffer Tabori

Kevin Wyman alias Jeff Turner

Guest Star

Doran Clark

Doran Clark

Carol Bennett

Guest Star

Melody Anderson

Melody Anderson

Kate Nichols

Guest Star

Lee Bryant

Lee Bryant

Fran Hooker

Recurring Role

Nicole Eggert

Nicole Eggert

Chrissie Hooker

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In this episode, we learn that Romano, as well as Hooker, served as a veteran in Vietnam. This fact was taken critically by many viewers, as Romano seemed too young to have served in Vietnam – he surely would only have been a boy then.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • (Stacy plops a Kermit the Frog mask over Romano, Captain Sheridan calmly walks by and acknowledges Hooker, Stacy and Romano—mask and all—with complete indifference)
      Hooker: There's not a whole lot of difference between the mask on and the mask off.
      (Romano snatches the mask off his own head, quickly. Hooker still looks at him.)
      Hooker: See what I mean?

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