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Hill Street Blues: Can World War III Be an Attitude?

Charges are brought against LaRue in the bribery case, with Furillo backing LaRue. Esterhaus and Grace come together after a crisis. Meanwhile, the Presidential visit is canceled. A rapist continues to elude police as he claims his 12th victim; Hill and Renko (Michael Warren, Charles Haid) collar a car thief who turns out to be a real handyman around the station; and LaRue (Kiel Martin), charged with accepting a bribe, faces an Internal Affairs hearing.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 0403
Airdate: Saturday January 24th, 1981

Guest Stars
Bobby F. EllerbeeBobby F. Ellerbee
As Blood
Charles SeavernsCharles Seaverns
As Parker
Dan HedayaDan Hedaya
As Ralph Macafee
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Shamrock
Guillermo San JuanGuillermo San Juan
As Gypsy Boy
Jonathan DasteelJonathan Dasteel
As lamonica
Louis GiambalvoLouis Giambalvo
As Rob Nelson
Lynn WhitfieldLynn Whitfield
As Jill Thomas
As Street Lord
Trinidad SilvaTrinidad Silva
As Jesus Martinez
Main Cast
Daniel J. TravantiDaniel J. Travanti
As Capt. Frank Furillo
Michael ConradMichael Conrad
As Sgt. Phil Esterhaus
Michael WarrenMichael Warren
As Officer Bobby Hill
James SikkingJames Sikking
As Lt. Howard Hunter
Joe SpanoJoe Spano
As Sgt./Lt. Henry Goldblume
Taurean BlacqueTaurean Blacque
As Det. Neal Washington
Kiel MartinKiel Martin
As Det. Johnny "J. D." LaRue
René EnríquezRené Enríquez
As Lt. Ray Calletano
Betty ThomasBetty Thomas
As Officer/Sgt. Lucille Bates
Veronica HamelVeronica Hamel
As Joyce Davenport
Charles HaidCharles Haid
As Officer Andy Renko
Episode Notes
Bruce Weitz (Det. Mick Belker) and Barbara Bosson (Fay Furillo) do not appear in this episode.

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