'Hill Street Blues' Season 6 Episodes
“Blues in the Night”
A surprising sneak peak at the private lives of the Blues ensues as Furillo tries to prevent the bombing of a self-proclaimed Messiah out of his squalid tenement. Belker gets some bad news while undercover in a trash bin.
“Hacked to Pieces”
Furillo is asked by a desperate Chief Daniels to head a policy inquiry into departmental corruption while Calletano preps himself to take over as the new captain of the Ferry precinct - and his replacement is the rules bending, conniving Lt. Norman Buntz.
“Seoul on Ice”
A courageous runner, suffering with cancer, continues his cross-country run despite the theft of his belongings. LaRue is obsessed with finding out who viciously stabbed a fellow detective, and Hunter is double-crossed by his husky-voiced date, Maura.
“In the Belly of the Bus”
Captain Furillo’s fact-finding commission, investigating police corruption, inadvertently finds the man who killed Detective Garibaldi – but can’t touch him due to immunity.
“Somewhere over the Rambo”
Furillo’s star shines before the media when he discloses the finds of his police-corruption commission, angering a jealous Chief Daniels.
“Oh, You Kid”
Washington tries to sort out his budding relationships with his anxious girlfriend and her adoring son. A brutal Buntz butts heads with a thief. And an artist takes refuge aboard his controversial sculpture.
“An Oy for an Oy”
Reports of heavy bum infestation on the Hill prompts Renko and Hill to take pity on one poor soul who might provide some answers. In the meantime, Belker risks double jeopardy when he tries to sort out which Rabinowitz twin filched a pair of diamonds.
“Fathers and Huns”
On the verge of an open drug war, Furillo is opposed by Davenport and the police brass when he persists in obtaining evidence on a major drug supplier. Goldblume relishes the irony of his assignment – protecting a neo-Nazi group on parole.
“What are Friends For?”
An escapee from a mental institution hopes to make Buntz (who sent him away) break down and beg for his life. However, even with a shotgun at his head, the trussed-up Buntz refuses to cower, and instead it’s he who promises to “eat this guy.”
“The Virgin and the Turkey”
Captain Furillo returns home for a brief holiday visit for the first time in five years (with Davenport in tow) and tries to bind old wounds with his conservative parents, who can’t seem to forgive their son or accept their “new” daughter-in-law.
“Two Easy Pieces”
It's Belker’s wedding day and LaRue scrambles for gifts just as the services are ready to begin - without the groom.
“Say It as It Plays”
Captain Furillo lobbies to help a rookie cop during an Internal Affairs shooting investigation which is tilted in favor of a veteran who accuses him of placing a weapon in a dead suspect’s hand.
A political kingmaker sweet-talks Furillo about a career advancement beyond the station house. Cold warrior Hunter blacks out in a basement and fancies himself a prisoner on a Russian freighter- and uses guerilla tactics to fight back.
“Scales of Justice”
Lieutenant Buntz angers Goldblume when he bends the rules by setting up two dealers who are peddling highly toxic dope around town.
“I Want My Hill Street Blues”
The Hill is alive with the sound of a music video production that has set up shop in the station; the director recruits a disapproving Jablonski and borrows Hunter’s Shar-Pei puppy for atmosphere in the bizarre, fog-shrouded epic.
“Remembrance of Hits Past”
Furillo is shot, and it is revealed for the first time how he and Davenport began their rocky courtship – including her initial resistance to his advances. A shaken Davenport maintains her vigil and recalls how she met her husband seven years before.
“Larry of Arabia”
Tragedy hits the Hill again as another cop goes down just as the Blues adjust to station life without Furillo.
An all-out search for the murder of a beloved cop has Buntz pressing a harassed Bates for a positive I.D. of a suspect. Bates nurses doubts about her recollection of the officer’s shooting and seeks succor from a priest.
“Jagga the Hunk”
Furillo tries to soothe the excitable ex-gang leader Jesus Martinez to get his cooperation in baiting a corrupt judge suspected of accepting pay-offs.
“Look Homeward, Ninja”
Bates defends her new female partner who’s accused of sexually harassing an arrested female prostitute.
“Slum Enchanted Evening”
Buntz is on the hot seat again when Internal Affairs grills him regarding his fatal shooting of a fellow detective, prompting him to take matters in his own hands.
“Come and Get It”
The media-hyped capture of a mass murderer known as “The Creeper” causes an uproar on the Hill as citizens who helped apprehend the suspect squabble over the reward money, and Davenport gets chills at the thought of representing the eerie man.