T.J. Hooker

Season 4 Episode 23

The Chicago Connection

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM May 04, 1985 on ABC
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Hooker goes to Chicago on a supposedly simple three hour extradition trip, to bring back a felon wanted for fencing stolen items, but ends up being paired with fast-talking, wise-cracking Detective Sidney P. Stover, who is planning to use the fencer Hooker is due to take back to arrange a bust on a dangerous drug supplier's operation...moreless

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    • (in a car with a jammed-open window)
      Hooker: I can't feel my ear; I think its frozen. I really can't feel my ear. (sarcastic) I love your weather—rain one minute, then sunshine the next.
      Det. Stover: Well, hang on three more blocks, and you might see snow.

    • Hooker: (to young robber whose friend has been killed) What's the matter with you? What are you doing robbing a liquor store with a toy gun?
      Youth: My friend needed a fix.
      Hooker: "A fix?" He needed a fix?! He's fixed now, isn't he? For good!

    • Hooker: So the captain calls me in Friday and says, "Congratulations, Hooker, you're a Detective. You got your gold shield back". I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. And then he says, "You're gonna go places", and I figure he's talking about my career. What he means is, I gotta go to Chicago, and pick up one Louie "The Finder" Felcher, wanted in California for fencing stolen property. Which is how I find myself in Chicago, in one of the coldest Winters in fifty years. The only thing between me and frostbite is an eight ounce, mail order raincoat I borrowed from lost & found. Tough it out, Hooker. It's three hours, and you're outta here.

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