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125 :08x01 - Baby Rattlesnakes

Sep/29/1982
A young member of an anti-gang group is arrested for the shooting death of teenage girl, but Quincy believes he is innocent and covering up for the real shooter. He needs to name the killer or be sent to prison.
Guest Stars: Ronald G. Joseph as Prosecutor Simonetti | Gregory Sierra as Rick Durado | John Randolph as Arthur Degauss | Ron Joseph (1) as Mr. Simonetti | Arthur Batanides as Firearms Examiner John Cole | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Mrs. Kellogg | Brendon Boone as District Attorney | J.A. Preston as Unknown | De'voreaux White as Ethan Kellough | Guillermo San Juan as Peter Munoz | Brian Whitley as Johnny | Donald Van Allen as DPO Kennedy | Allan Hunt as Scott Fetzer | Sheila Scott-Wilkenson as Mrs. Billingsley | Joshua Gallegos as Joe Avilar | Peter Aguilar as Boy | Curtis Worthy jr. as Stevie | Jack Krupnick as Court Clerk | Erin Blunt as Willie
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Jeri Taylor

126 :08x02 - A Ghost of a Chance

Oct/06/1982
When a young man dies after a routine heart surgery, his brother requests to have Quincy perform his autopsy. Quincy's findings makes him suspicious over who really performed the operation, the surgeon or his intern?
Guest Stars: Ellen Geer as Sarah Markham | José Ferrer as Dr. Stanley Royce | Nicolas Coster as Ted Markham | Frank Marth as Unknown | Conroy Gedeon as Assistant Surgeon | Harry Townes as Dr. Herb Martin | Jonathan Frakes as Young Resident | Keri Russell as Jane Mathers | Phillip Pine as Dr. Panucci | James Scott (3) as Frank Fisher | Joella Deffenbaugh as Mary Ann Fisher | Tom Stewart (1) as Harold Markham | Cheryl Tyre Smith as Head of Records | Patricia Kane as Scrub Nurse | Tom Nibley as Dr. Hurley | Joyce O'Neal as Head Nurse | Bill Lodge as Intern
Director: Ray Danton
Writer: Preston Wood

127 :08x03 - Give Me Your Weak

Oct/27/1982
Quincy helps a young mother receive the medication she needs for a severe nervous condition when the government and drug company fight over making the medication available.
Guest Stars: Simon Oakland as Senator Reeves | Robert Ginty as Brian Marinoff | Michael Constantine as Dr. Clotti | Martin Rudy as Pagorino | Paul Clemens as Tony | Burr deBenning as Unknown | Richard Eastham as Unknown | Frank Aletter as Hugh Casey | Elsa Raven as Miss Beck - FDA | Joseph Campanella as Dr. Styer | Christopher Templeton as Kitty Marinoff | William Beckley as William Zaskind | Roderick Ewing as David Bowman | Jeffrey Winner as Sam Forber | Alan Toy as Carren | Peg Stewart as Mrs. Andreas | Lynn-Marie Nanna as Receptionist #1 | Elaine Ballace as Receptionist #2 | Catherine Battistone as Desk Nurse
Director: Georg Fenady

128 :08x04 - Dying for a Drink

Nov/03/1982
Quincy tries to help out a fellow female medical examiner when she begins to screw up her job and make mistakes due to a drinking problem.
Guest Stars: Ina Balin as Dr. Lorraine Linderman | Maxine Stuart as Margo Hennesy | Martine Bartlett as Sobriety Group Member | Marge Redmond as Gail Morelli | David Speilberg as Gary Linderman | Michael Venson as Lawrence Harper | Lorrie Marlow as Francine | Lynn Mann as Sandy
Director: Georg Fenady

129 :08x05 - Unreasonable Doubt

Nov/10/1982
Quincy believes a new pathologist with a handicap is judging a case with blinders on when a disabled baby is electrocuted. He believes the baby's father is responsible for his child's death, not wanting a handicapped son.
Guest Stars: Chad Cowgill as Michael Prescott | John Rubinstein as Dr Walter Ross | David Sheiner as Attorney Ben Wakefield | Jim Antonio as Jerry Preston | David Tress as Judge K. L. Parker | George O'Hanlon, Jr. as Assistant DA | Miriam Byrd-Nethery as Annie | Kres Mersky as Lilian Preston | T.J. Castronovo as Ed MacDonald (as T. J. Castronovo) | Audrey Marilyn as Dr. Mead
Writer: Lee Sheldon

130 :08x06 - Sleeping Dogs

Nov/17/1982
Quincy is determined to find the killer of a murderer who was set free after a trial found him innocent. With the witnesses forced into lying, a group of men all claim that they killed the man in self defense, an excuse that Quincy doesn't agree with.
Guest Stars: Charles Aidman as Howard Lemner | John Anderson (1) as Police Chief Frank Ollano | William Bryant as Joe Faraday | J.P. Bumstead as George Darcey | Conlan Carter as Marty Bonham | Raymond Duke as Mike Horvath | Ted Gehring as Motel Manager | Philip Baker Hall as Dep. DA Marty Shell | Anne Haney as Alice | Albert Henderson as Judge | Brion James as Henry Muller | Rodney Kageyama as Larry Onoko | Sheila Larken as Jane Lemner | Harry Pugh as Roy Daigle | Beulah Quo as Mrs.Onoko | Mark Russell (1) as Bailiff | Jenny Sherman as Judy Fields
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Preston Wood

131 :08x07 - Science for Sale

Nov/24/1982
After returning home to die, those who had contact with the terminally ill woman also become sick and die. Quincy discovers that the deaths were not from her cancer, but from a new virus which is spreading fast.
Guest Stars: Jason Wingreen as Dr. Freeman | Frank Campanella as Max Wilbur | June Dayton as Judge | Suzanne Rogers as Elaine Farrell | Aimée Eccles as Alice Ting | Lynn Tufeld as Nurse | Jackie Russell as Billings | Harold Ayer as Gate Guard | James Ingersoll as Assistant DA | Paula Victor as Sylvie Goldberg | Stack Pierce as Mr. Lifton | Kate Lardner as Cindy Oliver | Dennis Patrick as Garfield Calhoun | Christine Avila as Woman Reporter | Rita Zohar as Mrs. Nash | Thomas Murphy as Morton Chase | Lane Smith as Dr. Paul Flynn | John Chappell as Unknown | Reb Brown as Unknown | Julie Adams as Dr. Chris Winston
Director: Ray Danton

132 :08x08 - Next Stop, Nowhere

Dec/01/1982
Quincy believes and autopsy he just complete on a young man who died after a night of slam dancing at a punk rock club was directly attributed to the music the kids were listening to at the time. Lyrics about no hope, violence and death led to the man being stabbed in the back with an ice pick.
Guest Stars: Melora Hardin as Abigail Garvin | Karlene Crockett as Molly Howard | Kelly Ward as Skip | Barbara Cason as Mrs. Susan Garvin | James T. Callahan as Adrian Mercer - Talk Show Host | Alex Henteloff as Unknown
Director: Ray Danton
Writer: Sam Egan

133 :08x09 - Across the Line

Dec/08/1982
A hostage is shot dead by a policeman during a botched bank robbery and the cop enlists Quincy's help when he is suspended and possibly will face charges if it is proved that the shooting was his fault.
Guest Stars: Lonny Chapman as Mr. Tourneau | Frank Campanella as Police Hearing Board Chairman | Jack Kehoe as Brian Taggart | Spencer Milligan as Police Captain R. Biddles - Internal Affairs | Maria O'Brien as Jean Taggart | Ron Pinkard as Detective Jackson | Jim Malinda as Sergeant | Joe Carafello as Policeman | Michael Masters as Detective | Bill Meadows as Clive
Director: Georg Fenady

134 :08x10 - Sword of Honor, Blade of Death

Dec/15/1982
Sam is sucked into danger when his friend is killed while working undercover, infiltrating the Japanese Yakuza. Sam warns Quincy that his friend's father will likely follow the ancient code and exact revenge for his son's death.
Guest Stars: Ed Grover as Mafia Boss | Mako as John Moroshima | Soon-Tek Oh as Mr. Nakatoma | John Fujioka as Captain Bob Nishimura | George Loros as Mafia scientist | Donna Kei Benz as Sadako | Richard Lee Sung as Funaki | Mieko Kobayashi as Young Woman | Nelson Mashita as Young Man | Lloyd Kino as Restaurant Owner | Dale Ishimoto as Pool Hall Owner | Carla Formica as Lab assistant | George Cheung as Osada
Director: Ray Danton

135 :08x11 - The Law Is a Fool

Jan/05/1983
A young girl disappears after entering a cab on her way home from school. A search for the missing teen reveals no clues, until a man appears, claiming that he is the cab driver and that he was attacked and removed from his cab.
Guest Stars: Joshua Shelley as Cab driver | John O'Connell (2) as ADA Larry Borgassi | Lew Ayres as Prof. Henry Lester Hillman | Vince Howard as Judge | Jeff Pomerantz as Paralegal Carl Norman | Mary Carver as Mrs. Kendall | George Petrie as DA | Denny Furey as Police ID Kit Operator | Marland Proctor as Clerk | Phyllis Applegate as Reporter | Patricia Gaul as Reporter | Sam Weisman as Attorney Jack Wray
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: David Karp

136 :08x12 - Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Jan/12/1983
Quincy tries to help out a friend when he is framed for mail fraud since a Federal Prosecutor feels a case of arson and murder would not hold up in court.
Guest Stars: Susan Plantt-Winston as Hannah Locke | Allan Miller (1) as Anawalt | Rudy Solari as Ted Locke | Eugene Roche as Philip St.John | Roy Jenson as Dade | Shelly Lipkin as Agent Reiblich | Sylvia Walden as Mrs. Mckenna | Dru Solari as Tony Locke | Art Lewis as Mr. Pearson | Christopher Prince as Jeff Locke | Richard Camphuis as Benjamin
Director: Ray Danton
Writer: Allison Hock

137 :08x13 - Cry for Help

Jan/19/1983
Quincy believes that a young man is telling the truth when he says that his girlfriend had killed herself and that he was not involved in the crime. Since she can not answer any questions, Quincy asks for a psychological autopsy be performed by finding out her past history.
Guest Stars: Dick Gautier as Mr. Bonner | Walter Brooke as Mr. Judd Kenyon | Thom Bray as Toby Kenyon | Alice Hirson as Mrs. Kenyon | Sarah Jane Miller as Teacher | Blake Marion as Potter | Megan Wyss as Julie | Ina Danley as Claudia | Cynthia Simpson as Jackie | Fiona Guinness as Secretary
Director: Ray Austin
Writer: Jeri Taylor

138 :08x14 - A Loss for Words

Jan/26/1983
When a young man dies in an explosion while doing some welding work, an investigator determines that the boy can not read. Quincy wants to know why a boy would be hired if he can't read simple words that he needs to protect him on the job.
Guest Stars: Rosemary Murphy as Unknown | Gerald S. O'Loughlin as Arnold Chatham | Janet MacLachlan as Jill Geary | Charles Knox Robinson as Peter Lassiter | Corinne Conley as Miss Norton | Ramon Bieri as Mr. Droyden | Hank Brandt as Foreman | Annie Gagen as Alice | John Mitchum as Warehouseman | Sean Kelly (1) as Timothy Hurley
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Sam Egan

139 :08x15 - Beyond the Open Door

Feb/02/1983
The police call in the help from a woman who claims to be a psychic, when their investigation for a man known as the "Hit and Run Killer" leads them nowhere. Although skeptical at first, Quincy is amazed when her predictions and findings materialize.
Guest Stars: Kim Stanley as Mrs Edith Jordan | Christopher Woods as Raymond Pike | John Furlong as Leon Stimmel | Kelly Parsons as Nancy Wallace | Renée Jones as Candy | Alex Enbert as Andy Jordan | Noelle Harling as Susan | Arnold Warda as Dugan | Stacey Shaffer as Ad-Lib Girl | Karin Argoud as Jennifer Jordan
Director: Georg Fenady

140 :08x16 - On Dying High

Feb/09/1983
When a country singing star is badly burned in an accident inside a club, an investigator is convinced that the fire was caused by freebasing cocaine. The problem is there are no witnesses or friends who will testify that this is what happened.
Guest Stars: James Karen as Unknown | Henry Beckman as Unknown | James Rosin as Dr. Rothman | Roger Miller as JJ Chandler | Kelly Preston as Ginger Reeves | Edd Byrnes as Bud Auerbach | Than Wyenn as Dr. Rubenstein | Guerin Barry as Gene | Teresa Hoyos as Nurse #1 | Steven Pringle as Intern | Josie Pepito as Nurse #2
Director: Ray Danton

141 :08x17 - Quincy's Wedding (1)

Feb/16/1983
While Quincy and Emily prepare for their upcoming nuptials, a body of a deceased old man comes into the morgue from a nursing home. The wife of the dead man informs Quincy that she is responsible for his passing.
Guest Stars: John McIntire as Ray Brackett | Ivor Francis as Dr. Reed | Jeanette Nolan as Edna Brackett | Priscilla Porter as Nurse Kathy Benson | Katherine De Hetre as Jane Brackett | Carole Cook as Winslow | Boyd Bodwell as Richard | Lynn Longos as Paulette | William Campbell as Sutter | Richard Paul as Boxwell | Jason Batanides as Delivery Boy | Ed McNamara (1) as Very Old Man | Carol Donnelly as Head Infirmary Nurse | Marcelo Tubert as Technician
Writer: Jeri Taylor

142 :08x18 - Quincy's Wedding (2)

Feb/23/1983
Quincy misses the wedding rehearsal while listening to the story from an old lady who claims she killed her husband. Emily cancels the wedding plans while Quincy tries to figure whether the old woman is telling the truth or just rambling on.
Guest Stars: Ivor Francis as Dr. Reed | Jeanette Nolan as Edna Brackett | June Lockhart as Mrs. Hanover | Priscilla Pointer as Nurse Kathy Benson | Katherine De Hetre as Jane Brackett | Carole Cook as Winslow | Lynn Longos as Paulette | Boyd Bodwell as Richard | William Campbell as Sutter | Richard Paul as Boxwell | Ed McNamara (1) as Very Old Man | Ed Wagner as Janitor
Director: Jeri Taylor
Writer: Jeri Taylor

143 :08x19 - Murder on Ice

Mar/09/1983
A quiet honeymoon at a mountain resort proves anything but peaceful when a group of law enforcement officers arrive for their own vacation. The fun is short lived when a judge fails to show up and is found dead inside his car on a roadside.
Guest Stars: Lola Albright as Prosecutor Liz McKenna | Robert Alda as Police Lt. Ken Spool | Ann Blyth as Dorothy Blake | Foster Brooks as The Carriage Driver | Dane Clark as Police Sgt. Herb Gleason | Henry Gibson as Max - the Caretaker | Raymond Mayo as Litner
Director: Mel Ferber
Writer: Lee Sheldon

144 :08x20 - Women of Valor

Mar/16/1983
A midwife is arrested for murder after being asked off the streets to help a woman in labor and the newborn baby dies. When the hospital lays the blame on her, a doctor asks Quincy to do his own autopsy on the child to see if there is another reason it passed away.
Guest Stars: Paulette Breen as Anne | June Dayton as Mrs. Tracey | Elizabeth Huddle as Dr. Catherine Reed | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Olivia Hamilton | Philip Abbott as Dr. Wallace | Ivan Bonar as Dr. Block | Frank Birney as Dr. Vale | Allan Hunt as Dr. Innis | Antony Alda as Paramedic #1 | Cindi Eyman as Margaret | Chris Rennolds as Marsha | Gloria Gifford as Sharon | Stephanie Riseley as Mandy | Luisa Leschin as Elva | Steven Marlo as Dr. Cole | Anne Sebastian as Admissions Clerk
Director: Georg Fenady

145 :08x21 - Suffer the Little Children

Mar/23/1983
When a young boy died who was living in a foster home, Quincy is asked to do an autopsy in hopes of finding enough proof to get the home closed down. In the meantime, a qualified therapist is asked to stay at the home and help fix any problems that may arise between the kids and the foster parents.
Guest Stars: Nicky Katt as Unknown | Paul Lambert as Unknown | Henry Slate as Sachen | Pepper Martin as Ed Reano | Michele Marsh as Unknown | Tony Dow (1) as Doctor Curtis | Leonard Stone as Mr. Myers | Paul Valentine as George Carlton Ward | Murray Moston as Harry McNeil | Sandra Myles Bettien as Mrs. Neame | Shirley Rickards as Linda McNeil | Jimmy Baron (1) as Hurleigh | Eric Eugene Williams as Vernon | Courtenay McWhinney as Woman | Carl Stein as Chris Rayans | Fred D. Scott as Dandridge

146 :08x22 - An Act of Violence

Apr/27/1983
Quincy is determined to find the attacker of an old woman who was brutalized inside her own apartment. But things change when he is mugged on the way out one day, causing Quincy to suddenly fear being attacked again.
Guest Stars: Alan Stock as Hector | Danna Hansen as Nurse | Brad Gorman as Fox | Guy Sartee as Garfield | Leoda Richards as Vivian | James Card as Attendant | Jimmy Joyce as Man | Jimmy Joyce (2) as Man

147 :08x23 - Whatever Happened to Morris Perlmutter?

May/04/1983
The death of half of a famous entertainment team that Quincy used to admire as a youth, has him on a search to find the other half of the team.
Guest Stars: Steven Keats as Roland Davies | Keenan Wynn as Morris Perlmutter | Rosemary DeCamp as Eugenia Winston | Woodrow Parfrey as Jimmy | William Sylvester (1) as Attorney David Stillwell | David Sheiner as TV Producer | Patti Kerr as Miriam | Louise Lewis as Violet | Borah Silver as Dreiser | John Papais as Lyle | Anne Wyndham as Carol | Vernon Scott as Cliff | Perry Cook as Minister | Sunni Welles as Production assistant | Lorelle Carlley as Tina | Barbara Neugass as Technical Director
Director: Sam Egan
Writer: Sam Egan

148 :08x24 - The Cutting Edge

May/11/1983
An industrial accident causes a young father to lose an arm. When the arm is found, the man is brought to Experiment Hope, a top technological facility which has the ability to reattach a missing limb.
Guest Stars: Julie Philips as Unknown | Ronald G. Joseph as Paramedic #1 | John Randolph as Peter Muscanni | Paul Rudd (2) as Kenny Kelso | Mary Louise Weller as Dr. Wendy Peterson | Barry Newman as Dr. Gabriel McCracken | Allen Fawcett as Dr. Ted Wickett | Chevi Colton as Nurse | Terrence O'Connor as Hilary | Jenny Andrews as Anne | Andy Enberg as Jay | Ron Joseph (1) as Paramedic #1 | Bob Delegall as Senior Paramedic
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Jeri Taylor
Warning: Quincy, M.E. guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Medical | Mystery
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 03, 1976
Ended: September 04, 1983
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