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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").
Cagney illegally detains a pimp to protect a prostitute who implicated him in murder.
A Chilean busboy apprehends a murderous mugger---and is apprehended himself after immigration agents see him honored on TV.
The detectives are ordered to work with a psychic, hired by an irate man after police evidence indicates his missing wife is a voluntary runaway.
A $2 million lottery ticket is forged; Cagney lends $50 to a suspect whose property's been attached; the Laceys discuss how to use their tax refund.
Cagney demands that Lacey go along with her lie that she didn't entrap a drug dealer; Isbecki betrays Petrie's confidence.
Cagney walks the line, while Lacey is clearly prochoice in abortion discussions sparked by the bombing of a women's clinic.
A mother lies to clear her son of a violent robbery; and the Laceys disagree on how to handle a vandalism charge against Harvey Jr..
Cagney's father is hospitalized; and a murder case prompts Lacey to consider taking a desk job.
Cagney's estranged brother wants their ailing father to join him in California; a complaint charges Cagney with laxity in her pursuit of a robber.
Cagney's temporary command of the squad brings power-trip accusations from some of the men, particularly when she questions Isbecki's arrest of a hit man.
Cagney and Newman don Santa suits to probe the disappearance of two street musicians; and Cagney discovers that the lawyer she's dating is seeing others.
A policewoman impresses Cagney with hard work that provides a suspect in rape cases, until her zeal threatens the investigation from a legal standpoint.
Cagney is teamed with a detective whose name is mud after going to the press about fellow cops on the take.
Lacey gets help from Harvey and night-shift head Cagney to build a case against a drunken driver who put her neighbor's son in a coma.
Cagney gains insight into the life of the physically impaired when she takes to a wheelchair to nail muggers preying on the disabled.
Cagney meets the new woman in her father's life; Isbecki regrets his lack of a family life; and, after a wild ride to the hospital, the Lacey family is increased by one.
A West Point cadet caught with cocaine refuses to cooperate with Cagney's lawyer boyfriend; Lacey's father comes looking for her---30 years after leaving her.
Cagney presses an informant to get information on a drug supplier who walked away from an earlier arrest when Cagney admitted entrapping him.
An investigation of an actress's apparent suicide reveals several murder suspects; Cagney makes an interesting date; Harvey reveals a secret from his past to Lacey.
A lawyer who "helped" fellow Cambodian refugees for a fee is murdered; Lacey is affected by her husband's job pressures; Cagney tries to sell her car.
Cagney has an uneasy reunion with her brother when the detectives travel to Los Angeles to extradite a criminal---who escapes.
A thief is found to have plutonium in his blood; the Laceys make an offer on a house; Cagney faces a birthday.
The detectives each deal with surprise visitors in their lives while they investigate the slaying of a "model citizen."
The 14th deals with a cop killer on the loose.
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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