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The lives and work of the staff of an inner city police precinct.
New roll call sergeant Jablonski is called out by a woman; Mayo handles a messy assault case against an elderly couple; the impending execution of Celestine Grey upsets Furillo and Goldblume; Fay tries to help an out of town couple who've lost everything to muggers; and Laura Ann Renko is born.
Goldblume takes the law into his own hands when his ex-wife Rachel is raped and refuses to press charges; Belker's undercover at the Stratford Hotel ends with Calletano and the Fimpels taken hostage; Hunter tries to defend an EATer's callous remarks during the taking of a sniper; and Joyce continues to work for Celestine's life.
Furillo calls Goldblume off the murder investigation of his wife's rapist; Bates has problems with an insolent rookie; Mayo and Garibaldi bust a bogus cable TV installer; Belker goes undercover in a chicken suit and is plagued by a mime; and Hunter insults a female khaki officer, who barricades herself in the john.
Rookie Swann kills himself after the initiation party at the Kubiak Lodge; LaRue tells Furillo about his night with a murder victim's wife; another hooker is killed by a copycat murderer; and the lieutenants quarrel over a government study grant.
Jablonski deals with a woman who has lost her cat; Renko suffers after a TV newswoman exposes his fondness for doughnuts; LaRue looks very bad to IAD after shooting Caroline Reynolds' former lover; Goldblume pushes to tie Buttman to the hooker killing; Washington fumes over the firing of Garfield; everyone tries a new Bengali restaurant.
Furillo feels pressure from the press and Chief Daniels to clear up the shooting death of the Reverend Booker Simons; Joe Keenan interferes on the Hill in pursuit of some renegade Colombian drug dealers; Joyce tries to help a very young hooker straighten out; LaRue and Washington are forced to move early on a chop shop where Belker is undercover; Fay endangers the Simons investigation by revealing information to the victim's wife; Hill and Renko find a dead man and a live sheep in a compromising position; and Jesus (Martinez) rises again.
Belker plans to accompany a prisoner to Las Vegas; Mayo and Garibaldi follow a juvenile murder suspect who has threatened witnesses; Hill faces an IRS audit, with tips from Ray; LaRue and Washington catch a guy with stolen airline ticket forms; Joyce works with a burned out P.D. on the defense of Escobedo and Munoz on assault charges; and Coffey and Bates bust a young black boy for shoplifting.
An assassination attempt against Mayor Cleveland during the rededication of the Monarch Theater opens up a nest of corruption in Daniels' office; several officers catch the "blue flu" and head for Las Vegas with Belker, who wins $5000 on a free spin; Vera Horvath continues to hound Stan; and Hill and Renko try to settle a dispute involving a stolen lottery ticket.
Jablonski's female nemesis comes to the Hill for a final showdown; the vacationers are stranded in Las Vegas with Myrna Schnitz; Furillo has to persuade Biff Lowe to help incriminate the Berlettas; and the Cisco Kid returns as an Indian and takes Fay hostage.
Mayo and Garibaldi investigate when Councilman Detweiler's mother shoots an intruder; Hill and Renko catch a notorious loan shark with over $300 in outstanding parking fines; a distraught man threatens to set fire to his wife and child; and Belker is kidnapped and abused by a group of winos.
Renewed gang feuding involves a small local grocery store and its owners; Belker takes his anger about Robin's decision to stop seeing him out on his frightened informant during a beauty parlor undercover; Garibaldi cuts corners to help a young hooker and in his night school class; and Furillo must work against Daniels to head off a major gang battle.
Belker, LaRue and Washington go undercover as garbagemen to investigate a protection racket; the case against two Hispanic men who raped an elderly woman is jeopardized by a technicality; Goldblume, Hunter, and Renko square off to be the station's next PBA representative; a credit counselor offers Hill a usurious loan to deal with his IRS problems.
The garbage business undercover continues; Officer Perez rescues a family from a burning building; a Federal witness is kidnapped; and Fay reports the suspicious chairside technique of dentist Ted Rose.
Belker temporarily moves into Hunter's RV; Joyce introduces a new PD to the Hill before leaving to become an ADA; LaRue gloats over the videotape evidence of Mayo's undercover visit to Dr. Ted Rose; Fabian's mother reclaims him; and Hill and Renko deal with a man who has several outstanding warrants and who has just lost his whole family to a hit and run driver.
New ADA Davenport faces opposition when she decides to prosecute three white teens for the death of a young black athlete; Furillo's car accident starts an investigation into illegal gun sales by Al DiPiano; and Mayo has a date with Chief Daniels.
A stakeout begins to catch the "Melon Felon," who is responsible for seven decapitated prostitutes; LaRue moonlights on a low-budget horror picture and "borrows" one of the props for a joke on an obnoxious detective; a department accountant dogs Furillo; Belker dreads being alone on his 37th birthday; and Chief Daniels uses his position to punish Mayo for refusing his advances the night before.
Belker keeps running up against a bitter one man band; Gina Srignoli agrees to wear a wire in an effort to incriminate Al DiPiano; Fay goes a little too far to help a welfare mother assaulted by her abusive boyfriend; and Howard tries to sell his RV only to have it stolen by the first interested party.
Calletano takes over command while Furillo attends an encounter group for precinct captains and their superiors; Hill and Renko have an interesting patrol after drinking Calletano's tea; Bates' discovery of Hunter's stolen RV results in her temporary partner being taken hostage; Goldblume is bemused by his new relationship with Gina Srignoli.
An anti-abortion agitator sends a woman into premature labor; Jablonski can't get his 300 game sanctioned by the Bowling Congress; LaRue and Washington tape a home security video; Fay and Garibaldi resent Goldblume's relationship with Gina Srignoli.
The arson squad questions Jablonski about the fire at BowlMor Lanes; Hill remains angry at Renko over his hesitation under pressure; Bates and Coffey are assigned to make a wino presentable for his appearance in court; Furillo gets a copy of LaRue's slightly altered home security video; and Davenport puts her job on the line when she refuses to accept the security cops' version of an alleged window smashing at the volatile O'Neil Projects.
A hooker sweep for gays and straights attracts Coffey's former high school coach; Renko joins Belker on his drug undercover, which is interrupted by Hunter and his tank; Davenport rejoins the Public Defenders office as Connie Chapman leaves; and Goldblume's happiness with Gina Srignoli dies.
Detective Phil Dugan cuts some corners to catch an elusive mobster; Goldblume pursues a solitary investigation into Gina's death; Hill and Renko try to help a homeless family caught up in red tape; Coffey gets to ride with Jablonski; Calletano and Hunter test for the captain's position; and everyone faces a random drug screening.
Belker's drycleaners undercover catches Dugan, who offers them Joe Keenan and a major ring of police corruption; Furillo copes with the results of the random drug test; Goldblume wrestles with Gina's estate; Hill and Renko spend the day escorting Officer McBear.
Charles Haid(Andy Renko)
Ken Olin(Harry Garibaldi)
Joe Spano(Henry Goldblume)
Mimi Kuzyk(Patsy Mayo)
Daniel J. Travanti(Frank Furillo)
Michael Warren(Bobby Hill)
Robert Clohessy(Patrick Flaherty)
Megan Gallagher(Tina Russo)
Bruce Weitz(Mick Belker)
Veronica Hamel(Joyce Davenport)
Barbara Bosson(Fay Furillo)
Dennis Franz(Norman Buntz)
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