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The lives and work of the staff of an inner city police precinct.
Sid and Buntz wrestle with 80 lbs. of cocaine found in a suitcase at the site of a small plane crash; Goldblume looks into a suspected case of aspirin tampering; Belker goes under to look into a hotel owner scamming city housing chits from vagrants; Hill and Renko handle a domestic call concerning a woman abusing her invalid grandparents.
On his way to work, Hunter shoots a boy robbing a convenience store; Jablonski refuses to follow his doctor's orders about heart surgery ; the P.D.'s go on strike over job cuts by the city council; Belker struggles to protect senior citizens victimized by a violent mugger; and LaRue and Washington stake out a luscious young woman suspected of being a fence.
Chaos reigns as the P.D.'s job action continues; Hunter faces his demotion and takes over as roll call sergeant for the ailing Jablonski; the detective LaRue tried to bust as a fence transfers to the Hill; Flaherty and Bates try to defuse a man who promises to blow himself up for money; and Joyce walks a tightrope as she tries to end the job action and cut a deal for her client that would put away the violent mugger.
Goldblume is visited by his old high school friend who followed their shared dream of becoming a writer; Bernstein saves Joyce from an escaped prisoner and confesses he has a tremendous crush on her; Daniels warns Furillo that Calletano's station house is on the edge of a racial meltdown; IAD accuses Buntz of burglarizing the apartments of suspects he's arrested; and the target of an undercover operation accuses Russo of sexual misconduct.
Goldblume's distraught friend begins carrying a gun for protection, with horrific results; Calletano loses his captaincy and threatens to take his story to the Latino press; Renko and Hill are saddled with an allegedly racist transfer; Renko unwittingly finds himself in the middle of an insurance scam; a revitalized Jablonski begs Furillo for his job back; Buntz tries in vain to scare off Sid's nemesis; and a vice cop's moment of weakness spoils a massage parlor sweep.
Buntz is put in charge of protecting a convicted mobster from a hit arranged by his nephew as he grandstands prior to entering prison; Russo's undercover places her in another sexually fraught position; LaRue smells fame and fortune when his bust unexpectedly results in the suspect confessing to over a dozen unsolved murders; Jablonski helps Belker bust a bus bandit; and Calletano is at wits' end with his new assignment.
Councilman Wade spends the day exposing and exploiting the crack problem on the Hill; Grace Gardiner returns as Sister Charity and recruits Flaherty; Belker goes under in a seafood joint serving soul food to locate drug traffickers; Goldblume receives an offer to publish Steve Merkur's book; and the manpower shortage delays Buntz' loan shark arrest and costs him part of his finger.
Daniels pushes Furillo to drop the Wade investigation; a literary agent offers Goldblume a chance to write his memoirs; Sister Charity works her old magic on Flaherty; and Buntz ties up his loan sharking sting by busting the shylock that cut off his finger.
Furillo faces a moral and emotional dilemma when he discovers the truth about the shooting that killed his father; LaRue sics the health department on a restaurant owner who had his car towed; Belker has nightmares about nuclear destruction and tries to help reunite a father with his abandoned infant; and a cemetery plot salesman solicits business at the station.
Racial tensions rise again when a white undercover officer shoots his black partner; a temporarily blind Buntz goes undercover with Belker as a beggar; Hill and Renko find several skinned bodies; and Joyce tries to defend a shopkeeper who has adapted Nazi paraphernalia as a deterrent against robbers.
Belker wrecks a car belonging to LaRue's brother-in-law; a new public defender asks Washington for a date; and a dissatisfied client takes Davenport as a hostage.
Buntz reassures Officer McBride about her shooting of an armed robber; Goldblume is kidnapped while trying to start a short, much-needed vacation; Hill, Renko, and Jablonski take a disaster-prone hunting trip.
Hill almost starts a riot at a drug kingpin's funeral; Russo and Flaherty try to deal with an angry old deaf man; LaRue and Washington pass Sid off as a chemist to keep a cocaine case from being dismissed; Hunter gets back into action when Ballantine takes a hostage.
Buntz worries over the state of Furillo's marriage; LaRue and Washington get lots of help in their quest for a prize winning cockroach; Belker chases down a purse snatching dog; and Goldblume continues to buck the system when he releases a felon in direct contradiction of city council guidelines.
During his day in station command, Buntz mounts a campaign to confiscate $130,000 worth of illegal drugs; Belker busts a tough kid who bites and runs drugs; Scapizzi pushes Buntz to make time for his interior decorator girl friend; Russo and Flaherty bust a disowned snitch.
Goldblume and Furillo clash over using a former gang member to obtain evidence against the leader of the Bloods, who is suspected of killing a family of seven in their sleep; Renko's mounting family problems affect his work; Bates, Flaherty and Joyce try to reconcile a Latin gigolo with his lady friend.
Renko erupts in jealousy over Daryl Ann's business partner; LaRue takes an interest in a group of high school cheerleaders; Flaherty allows his feelings for Russo to interfere in a bust; Calletano returns to Hill Street when a Spanish-speaking citizen is shot by a cop unable to understand him; Goldblume hunts down wanted murderer Alfred Williams; Officer Kate McBride relives her father's death at an awards ceremony; Belker's routine undercover operation goes horribly wrong.
Buntz tracks down Belker's snitch as the whole station house works to find out who shot Mick; Renko is forced to be honest with Daryl Ann by a blackmailing hooker; Hunter fears the worst when his reinstatement hearing is moved up; Russo and Flaherty stalk a reported runaway lion.
A radio promotion spawns trouble for everyone; Hill and Renko are assigned to a computerized patrol car; Buntz helps Sid get out of an arm-breaking assignment for a shylock; Hunter's return to action as the EATer commander fizzles; Jablonski's loneliness causes him to give in to temptation; LaRue, Washington and Joyce work on opposite sides to protect the rights of a mentally disturbed young man and his frightened mother and sister; and Hunter goes in search of Iroquois relics buried under a friend's rickety house.
A football star gets caught in a Hill Street hooker sweep; Prunella returns to look for the missing Hunter; Furillo's brother asks for a loan; Belker has a rocky return to duty; and LaRue sets up a syndicate to bet on the departmental firearms competition.
The Hill faces renewed gang violence when Jesus' sister is apparently kidnapped on the eve of her wedding to a Gypsy Boy; LaRue experiences emotional highs and lows when a perp's gun misfires three times in his face; Hunter is found, but his survival came at a high cost; IAD Shipman pursues a case against Buntz concerning a missing kilo of cocaine.
Sid and Furillo work to find out who is setting up Buntz while Daniels publicly vilifies him; LaRue decides to beat a TV crew doing a live broadcast from a gangster's cellar to the punch; Belker investigates why the IRS is suddenly garnishing his paycheck; Bates finally agrees to go out with Sal the plumber; rumors are flying about what will happen to the station house after a three-alarm fire guts it.
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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