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Before "NYPD Blue" and "The Shield" came "Hill Street Blues," the series that revolutionized the TV cop show by giving television viewers a realistic glimpse into the daily lives of the officers and detectives at an urban police station. Earning 98 Emmy nominations over its seven-year run, "Hill Street Blues" was one of the most innovative and critically acclaimed shows of the 1980s.
  • 47:44 Hill Street Blues - The Second Oldest Profession, Ep 204

    Hill Street Blues - The Second Oldest Profession, Ep 204

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    Against her better judgment, Officer Bates allows a drug-addicted prostitute to shoot up before hauling her in, but when the prostitute overdoses and nearly dies, Bates is subject to condescension and derision from her fellow officers. - Aired: 11/19/1981

  • 47:49 Hill Street Blues - The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue, Ep 203

    Hill Street Blues - The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue, Ep 203

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    A distraught Belker blames Furillo when an undercover cop is killed, while hostage negotiator Goldblume has his hands full with a man who has barricaded himself in his house after killing a neighborhood youth. - Aired: 11/12/1981 - Season 2, Episode 3 - 4

  • 47:42 Hill Street Blues - Blood Money, Ep 202

    Hill Street Blues - Blood Money, Ep 202

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    Detective Washington investigates the murder of a prostitute, and when a huge cache of weapons is stolen, Furillo suspects that Hudson is behind it. - Aired: 11/05/1981 - Season 2, Episode 2 - 47:42 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Hearts and Minds, Ep 201

    Hill Street Blues - Hearts and Minds, Ep 201

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    Captain Furillo parlays with Jesse John Hudson, a powerful ex-gang leader whose dubious rhetoric of community involvement and self-help seems to mask more sinister intentions. - Aired: 10/29/1981 - Season 2, Episode 1 - 48:31 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Jungle Madness, Part 2, Ep 117

    Hill Street Blues - Jungle Madness, Part 2, Ep 117

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    Furillo and Davenport's plans for a romantic getaway have to be cancelled after a tragic shooting involving Officers Bates and Coffey. - Aired: 05/26/1981 - Season 1, Episode 17 - 47:53 - Rated: TV-14 - Season 1 Finale

  • Hill Street Blues - Jungle Madness, Part 1, Ep 116

    Hill Street Blues - Jungle Madness, Part 1, Ep 116

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    Washington unearths evidence to clear a bigoted narcotics cop, unaware that the police brass plan to let the cop "fry" in order to placate the outraged black community. - Aired: 05/26/1981 - Season 1, Episode 16 - 48:04 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Rites Of Spring, Part 2, Ep 115

    Hill Street Blues - Rites Of Spring, Part 2, Ep 115

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    LaRue's excessive drinking on the job catches up with him, and Goldblume considers retiring as his son's health deteriorates. - Aired: 05/19/1981 - Season 1, Episode 15 - 48:18 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Rites Of Spring, Part 1, Ep 114

    Hill Street Blues - Rites Of Spring, Part 1, Ep 114

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    Hill and Renko arrest a young mother who regularly abandons her two toddlers and the station watches as a brutal vice cop is investigated...for a fourth time. - Aired: 05/19/1981 - Season 1, Episode 14 - 48:18 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Fecund Hand Rose, Ep 113

    Hill Street Blues - Fecund Hand Rose, Ep 113

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    Furillo angrily strikes a deal with a dirty cop in order to clear LaRue, while Sgt. Esterhaus has second thoughts about his upcoming marriage. - Aired: 03/25/1981 - Season 1, Episode 13 - 49:08 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - I Never Promised You A Rose, Marvin, Ep 112

    Hill Street Blues - I Never Promised You A Rose, Marvin, Ep 112

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    Hunter finally convinces the department to purchase a new flame-throwing attack tank for his EATers squad only to have it stolen after he leaves the keys in the ignition. - Aired: 03/21/1981 - Season 1, Episode 12 - 49:12 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Life, Death, Eternity, Etc., Ep 111

    Hill Street Blues - Life, Death, Eternity, Etc., Ep 111

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    Furillo jeopardizes his promotion with an investigation that may tie the death of a 15-year-old prostitute to a local councilman, and LaRue tries to fund his proposed "saloondromat." - Aired: 03/14/1981 - Season 1, Episode 11 - 49:10 - Rated: TV

  • Hill Street Blues - Gatorbait, Ep 110

    Hill Street Blues - Gatorbait, Ep 110

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    As rumor circulates on the Hill that Furillo will be promoted to division commander, LaRue and Washington decide to liven up the precinct's annual search for alligators in the city sewers. - Aired: 03/07/1981 - Season 1, Episode 10 - 48:38 - Rated: T

  • Hill Street Blues - Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind, Ep 109

    Hill Street Blues - Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind, Ep 109

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    LaRue tries to get somewhere with a reporter by taking her to a stackout leaving Furillo to deal with its aftermath -- a deadly shootout between the vigilante storeowners and the local gang. - Aired: 02/28/1981 - Season 1, Episode 9 - 49:38 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Up In Arms, Ep 108

    Hill Street Blues - Up In Arms, Ep 108

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    As Furillo tries to calm angry storeowners who feel the police haven't done enough to keep their businesses safe, Sgt. Esterhaus receives a cryptic note from a menacing ex-con. - Aired: 02/21/1981 - Season 1, Episode 8 - 49:23 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Choice Cut, Ep 107

    Hill Street Blues - Choice Cut, Ep 107

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    Furillo not only has to deal with a gang leader with hostages, but a trigger-happy commander of the precinct's EATers (Emergency Action Team) squad. - Aired: 02/14/1981 - Season 1, Episode 7 - 49:39 - Rated: TV-14

  • Popular Hill Street Blues - Film at Eleven, ep 106

    Hill Street Blues - Film at Eleven, ep 106

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    Furillo continues to search for the suspect who wounded Hill and Renko even as the two officers deal with a voodoo-spouting woman, and Belker confronts a man who claims he's a vampire. - Aired: 02/07/1981 - Season 1, Episode 6 - 49:22 - Rated: TV-14

  • Popular Hill Street Blues - Double Jeopardy (DressedTo Kill), Ep 105

    Hill Street Blues - Double Jeopardy (DressedTo Kill), Ep 105

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    As Furillo continues to try to exonerate LaRue, Officers Hill and Belker go in drag to catch a rapist terrorizing a local park. - Aired: 01/31/1981 - Season 1, Episode 5 - 49:32 - Rated: TV-14

  • Popular Hill Street Blues - Can WW III Be An Attitude, Ep 104

    Hill Street Blues - Can WW III Be An Attitude, Ep 104

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    The cops on the Hill face the possibility of an all-out assault from the local gangs after the President cancels his visit and the electricity and phones go dead. - Aired: 01/24/1981 - Season 1, Episode 4 - 49:27 - Rated: TV-14

  • Popular Hill Street Blues - Politics As Usual, Ep 103

    Hill Street Blues - Politics As Usual, Ep 103

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    As the gang negotiations continue, cop Johnny LaRue gets in trouble accepting a bribe from a drug-dealing fellow cop, and Furillo's ex-wife is busted on possession. - Aired: 01/22/1981 - Season 1, Episode 3 - 49:39 - Rated: TV-14

  • Hill Street Blues - Hill Street Station, Ep 101 & 102

    Hill Street Blues - Hill Street Station, Ep 101 & 102

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    Captain Frank Furillo of the Hill Street police station has his hands full handling his ex-wife, an explosive hostage standoff, and a shooting involving two of his best cops. - Aired: 01/15/1981 - Season 1, Episode 1 & 2 - 1:36:43 - Rated: TV-14

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