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Cagney & Lacey is a police procedural about two New York City police detectives who live very different lives. Christine Cagney is a single, career-minded woman, while Mary Beth Lacey is a married working mother. The series was set in a fictionalized version of Manhattan's 14th Precinct (known as "Midtown South").
A father refuses to let his child testify in a molestation case; Petrie files a complaint against two officers who mistook him for a thief.
Tension rises with the temperature after Lacey is grabbed by an armed robber and held hostage in a sweltering boxcar.
Sgt. Dory McKenna is teamed with the detectives after kicking the drug habit that ended his romance with Cagney; a captain who once worked for Samuels evaluates the department.
A cop killer on parole is murdered while in protective custody.
A case of suicide becomes complicated when the victim's wife confesses to murder---and so does his daughter.
The dangers of Lacey's job hit home when her son overhears his parents arguing about Lacey's dangerous assignment to stop a rash of cab-driver murders.
In the wake of questionable police shootings, Cagney draws media fire when she shoots a young burglar.
After the detectives' forgery collar makes bail they discover he's also wanted for a crime for which the statute of limitations is about to run out.
Dory's sponsor in a detox program is picked up in a drug raid, but the evidence disappears shortly after Dory learns of the arrest.
A successful executive attempts suicide; Isbecki falls for an artist who fought off a strangler.
Cagney meets Dory's kids; Lacey's son ignores warnings about playing with her gun.
An arson victim hints about extortion, but balks at being an informant. Meanwhile, the Laceys consider buying a house.
Cagney considers marriage when Dory pops the question; a man steals a large sum of money to court a wealthy woman.
A fast-rising captain suggests that Cagney would do well to accept his advances.
Cagney thinks a stress-reduction program is a "waste of time," despite her own increasing stress following the release of a slasher who threatened her.
Lacey refuses to face the possibility of breast cancer; a large amount of cash is found in the locker of a missing latchkey kid.
Samuels treats Lacey with kid gloves, while Cagney presses her to get a second opinion; the detectives are called to testify against the 8-year-old's mother in a custody hearing.
Comfortable with convalescence, Lacey considers staying home permanently; Cagney pursues the thief who stole her car.
Cagney gets a second chance to match wits with the debonair Albert Grand, a jewel thief who made her look foolish during their last encounter.
While preparing her sexual-harassment suit, Cagney learns that another officer was propositioned but won't testify; Lacey becomes a decoy.
A lawsuit ensues when a teenage shoplifter with fake ID is raped in a jail for adults.
A mobster offers to help find the murderer of his godchild, a nun; everyone awaits the results of the sergeants' exam.
Carl Lumbly(Mark Petrie)
Tyne Daly(Mary Beth Lacey)
Sharon Gless(Christine Cagney)
Martin Kove(Victor Isbecki)
Al Waxman(Lt. Bert Samuels)
John Karlen(Harvey Lacey)
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