CTVA US Crime - "Cagney And Lacey" (Orion/CBS) Season 4 (1984-85)

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Starring Tyne Daly & Sharon Gless
Season 4 (CBS) (1984-85)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############# Cagney and Lacey ###############
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CBS Mondays, 10-11PM (22 episodes)
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt

4.01 [036] Cagney and Lacey: CHILD WITNESS
15Oct84
no. 660-411
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Deborah Arakelian
Directed by Karen Arthur
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
John Reilly ............. Jeremy Mitchell
Natalie Gregory ......... Carrie Mitchell
Vonetta McGee ........... Claudia Petrie
Rose Portillo ........... Rhonda Gallegos
James Purcell ........... Brundage
Christopher Rydell ...... Neil Traeger
Joan Van Ness ........... Balough
Co-Starring:
Harvey Atkin ............ Desk Sgt. Colman
Noah Keen ............... Mr. Stone
Arthur Taxier ........... Paul Zaybe
Featuring:
Gail Bryson
Derek Thompson
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
editor: Geoffrey Rowland
music composed by Dana Kaproff.
Synopsis:
A little girl appears to have been molested by her babysitter, but the girl's father doesn't want her to testify,
not because he's a bad guy, but because he doesn't want her to face a trial. In the B plot, Petrie gets beaten up by
two white cops who don't realize he's also a cop.

4.02 [037] Cagney and Lacey: HEAT
no. 660-405
22Oct84
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Leo E. Arthur
Directed by Karen Arthur.
*
End Credits
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
Michael Madsen ....... Boyd
Lance Henriksen ...... Sgt. King
Basil Hoffman ........ Lt. Palmer
Gary Wood ............ Lt. Talbot
Co-Starring:
Stan Sells ........... Officer Kelsey
Gloria Carlin ........ Det. Fickett
Featuring:
Charles Walker, Dean Cohen, Ken Del Conte
Other Creits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth;
editor: Geoffrey Rowland.
Synopsis:
Mary beth is taken hostage by a very dangerous man.

4.03 [038] Cagney and Lacey: INSUBORDINATION
no. 660-404
29Oct84
starring SG, TD, AW, CL, MK, SC, Barry Primus and JK
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by John Patterson
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starrring:
Cotter Smith ......... Capt. Fuller
Michael Fairman ...... Det. Inspector Knelman
Brett Halsey ......... Junior Executive
Bill Morey ........... Frank Reilly
Co-Starring:
Robert Miano ......... Jogger
Timothy Stack ........ Bartender
Featuring:
Milf Korgan
Howard Shangraw
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
editor: Richard W. Fetterman
music composed by Ron Ramin.
Synopsis:
Dory McKenna is back, rehabilitated from cocaine, and C&L again get to assist him. Meanwhile, Samuels must deal
with a former subordinate who is now a captain and wants to "improve" the 14th Precinct.

4.04 [039] Cagney and Lacey: OLD DEBTS
no. 660-406
5Nov84
starring SG, TD, AW, CL, MK, SC, Barry Primus and JK
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Producd by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Judy Merl & Paul Eric Myers
Directed by John Patterson
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
editor: Geoffrey Rowland
Synopsis:
A cop killer has just been paroled. C&L have to guard him for only a little while, but of course he gets killed on
their shift. This was a popular killing, but the ladies don't like anybody messing with them, so they track down the
killer.

4.05 [040] Cagney and Lacey: FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS
no. 660-401
12Nov84
starring SG, TD, AW, CL, MK, SC, Barry Primus and JK
wth Dick O'Neill
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Steve Brown
Directed by Karen Arthur
*
End Credits:
Guest Starring:
Gail Strickland ........ Mrs. Tanton
Michael Bond ........... Father Tate
William Lanteau ........ Dr. Sinclair
David Paymer ........... Todd Feldberg
and
Dinah Manoff ........... Jane Tanton
Co-Starring:
Gerry Gibson ........... MacDonald
Featuring:
Ken Del Conte
Lou Felder
Anita Hamilton
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
editor: Richard Fetterman
Synopsis:
Both the wife and daughter confess to a killing, but they can't both have done it. DA Feldberg has a great time
sarcastically pointing out how two confessions are not better than one.

4.06 [041] Cagney and Lacey: TAXICAB MURDERS (only episode with title shown on screen)
no. 660-403
19Nov84
starring TD, SG , AW, CL, MK, SC, (NOT Barry Primus) and JK
Creative Consultant E. Arthur Kean
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Ronnie Wenker-Konner
Directed by Karen Arthur
Guest Stars:
Joe George .......... Max Buckley
Robert Dryer ........ Mitchell Cavanaugh
David Proval ........ Felix Parinchinko
Tony LaTorre ........ Harvey Lacey, Jr. (Lacey's eldest son age 14)(recurring)
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Co-Starring:
John Brandon ........ Lt. Donitz
J.M. Bumstead ....... Cabbie Cop #1
John Hamelin ........ Arnie
Clare Nono .......... Anchorperson
Donna Ponterotto .... Ruth Halperin
Barbara Rae ......... Middle-Aged woman
Alan Stock .......... Tough
Brian Ann Zoccola ... Records Clerk
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
editor: Jim Gross.
Synopsis:
The cabbies of New York are disappearing, and the detectives drive shifts to find the killer. This so worries Michael
Lacey that he runs off to Christine's to get reassurance.

4.07 [042] Cagney and Lacey: UNUSUAL OCCURENCE
no. 660-408
26Nov64
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
directed by Alexander Singer.
Written by Georgia Jeffries
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth;
editor: Jim Gross
Synopsis:
Cagney shoots an Hispanic teenager. It doesn't matter that he attacked her or that he was full of angel dust
- the local press has her drawn and quartered.

4.08 [043] Cagney and Lacey: THANK GOD IT'S MONDAY
no. 660-415
3Dec84
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, Barry Primus, JK
with HA .. Sgt Colman,
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by Victor Lobl
Guest Starring:
Rita Taggart .......... Rochelle Zimmer
Amy Van Nostrand ...... Bon Bon Le Chocolat
Herbert Edelman ....... Joel Steiger
Co-Starring:
Sethe Jaffe ........... Curt Brennan
Tom LaGria ............ Desk Clerk
Jo Corday ............. Josie The Bag Lady
Other Credits:
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth.
Synopsis:
The 14th Precinct has done its paperwork so badly that everyone (except for Petrie) has to come in over the weekend
and clear it up. But C&L discover a statute of limitations that's about to expire and they must serve the warrant that
weekend. The paperwork doesn't get done. Petrie is no better off - Claudia makes him spend the weekend painting the place.

4.09 [044] Cagney and Lacey: HOOKED
no. 660-412
10Dec84
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, Barry Primus, JK
with HA .. Sgt Colman, Tony La Torre, Troy Slaten
Creative Consultant E. Arthur Kean
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Patricia Green
Directed by Karen Arthur
Guest Stars:
Raymond St. Jacques ....... Jim Driscoll
Mark Alaimo ............... Ernie Cade
Herbert Edelman ........... Joel Steiger
Featuring:
Colin C. Kellaway
Shepherd Sanders
Other Credits:
music composed by Ron Ramin
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth.
Synopsis:
Dory's (Barry Primus) sponsor in the cocaine rehabilitation program is caught with cocaine. When Dory defends him,
Chris has to consider the possibility that Dory is still using it himself.

4.10 [045] Cagney and Lacey: LADY LUCK
no. 660-402
17Dec84
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, (NOT Barry Primus), JK
with HA .. Sgt Colman,
Creative Consultant E. Arthur Kean
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Teleplay by Lisa Seidman / Story by Daniel S. Preniszni
Directed by Gabrielle Beaumont
Guest Stars:
Charlie Callas ........ Cookie The Bookie
Daniel Davis .......... Arthur Cole
Melora Marshall ....... Jennifer Atkins
Pierrino Mascarino .... Det. Martinez
Leonard Stone ......... Simmons
Co-Starring:
Julie Ariola .......... Mary Cole
Nina Penn ............. Kathleen Murphy
Jeff Silverman ........ Asst. Medical Examiner
Helene Udy ............ Danielle
Other Credits:
music composed by Angela Morley
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth.
Synopsis:
The episode begins with Mary Beth talking a successful businesswoman out of jumping off a ledge. Not so successful
- she has a good income, but horrendous gambling debts. When she dies they must track down the loan shark. To make
contacts, C&L go out gambling themselves.

4.11 [046] Cagney and Lacey: OUT OF CONTROL *****
no. 660-417
31Dec84
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, Barry Primus, JK
with HA .. Sgt Colman,
Troy W. Slaten as Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)
Tony LaTorre as Harvey Lacey, Jr. (Lacey's eldest son -age 14)
Story Editor Georgia Jeffries
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Judy Merl and Paul Eric Myers
Directed by Karen Arthur
Guest Stars:
Sharon Wilcox .......... Mrs McKenna (Dory's ex-wife)
Angela Clarke .......... Mrs Baron
Allan Miller ........... Dean Garvey
Millie Slavin .......... Asst. Medical Examiner
Heather Hobbs .......... Sheri McKenna
Co-Starring:
James Andronica ........ Cabbie
Edmund Stoiber ......... Stewart Harrigan
Khalif Bobatoon ........ Robert Rivas
and
Danny Colby ............ Alan McKenna
Other Credits:
music composed by Ian Freebairn-Smith
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth.
Synopsis:
Harvey Lacey, Jr finds his mothers loaded police gun in her bedroom. The crime story concerns a cat burglar who never
uses a gun. Yet somebody gets shot. Chris is now sufficiently involved with Dory to meet his kids by a prior marriage.

4.12 [047] Cagney and Lacey: AMERICAN DREAM
no. 660-407
7Jan85
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Teleplay by Harvey Brenner / Story by Steve Brown & Harvey Brenner
Directed by Sharron Miller
music composed by Ron Ramin
director of photography: Ed Plante.
Synopsis:
A company is getting ahead in business by some well-placed fires. The small firms can choose between burning and blackmail.

4.13 [048] Cagney and Lacey: HAPPILY EVER AFTER
no. 660-414
14Jan85
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, Barry Primus, JK
with
Harvey Atkin .... Sgt Colman,
Dick O'Neill .... Charlie Cagney
Script Editor Georgia Jeffries
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Terry Louise Fisher
Directed by Alexander Singer
Guest Stars
Paul Sand ............ Robert Wolitzer
John O'Leary ......... Arnold Wilcox
David Paymer ......... Todd Feldberg
Barbara Rhoades ...... Cece Wentworth
Co-Starring
Sam Vincent .......... Building Super
Other Credits:
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
Synopsis:
Dory (Barry Primus) finally pops the question. Will Christine marry him? Of course he will; there's just a few things
to iron out. The crime story concerns a fellow who works in the credit department of a store and is making good money
by stealing one penny from each refund.

4.14 [049] Cagney and Lacey: RULES OF THE GAME
no. 660-418
28Jan85
starring TD,SG, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, (NOT Barry Primus), JK
with
Harvey Atkin .... Sgt Colman
Script Editor Georgia Jeffries
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Georgia Jeffries
Directed by Sharron Miller
Guest Stars:
Edward Winter ........... Capt. Jack Hennessey
Michael Fairman ......... Det. Inspector Knelman
Todd Susman ............. Det. Frank Oppenheimer
Rita Zohar .............. Mrs Tabori
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth.
Synopsis:
C&L think it's wonderful to be assigned to a hot case under the hot Captain Hennessey. it seems that his interest
in Chris is more personal than professional. Finally, Chris announces that she will sue for sexual harassment.

4.15 [050] Cagney and Lacey: STRESS
no. 660-410
4Feb85
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, (NOT Barry Primus), JK
with
Harvey Atkin .... Sgt Colman,
Script Editor Georgia Jeffries
Creative Consultant E. Arthur Kean
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Debra Frank, Scott Rubenstein
Directed by Alexander Singer
Guest Stars:
Freddye Chapman ......... Dr Sarah Davis
Mark Slade .............. Martin Gelband
Rose Marie .............. Alice Asinow
David Peymer ............ Todd Feldberg
Lewis Van Bergen ........ Darryl Stokes
Co-Starring:
Mitchell Group .......... Salesman
Clarence Floyd III ...... Boy
Other Credits:
director of photography: Thom Neuwirth
Synopsis:
Cagney is a witness to a stabbing. The bad guy has the charming habit of erasing people he doesn't like, such as
witnesses, and he goes after her. The B story is that the NYPD is worried about the effect of stress on its officers,
so the 14th Precinct is taking a class in stress reduction.

4.16 [051] Cagney and Lacey: WHO SAYS IT'S FAIR pt. 1: prod. no. 660-416A 11Feb85 CBS
4.17 [052] Cagney and Lacey: WHO SAYS IT'S FAIR pt. 2: prod. no. 660-416B 18Feb85 CBS
starring TD,SG, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, (NOT Barry Primus), JK
with
Harvey Atkin as Sgt Colman,
Troy W. Slaten as Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)
Tony LaTorre as Harvey Lacey, Jr. (Lacey's eldest son -age 14)
Script Editor Georgia Jeffries
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Story by Barbara Avedon, Barbara Corday, Claudia Adams, Patricia Green
Teleplay by Patricia Green
Directed by Ray Danton
Special Guest Star:
Lynn Whitfield ......... Eleanor Taggart
Guest Star:
Bumber Robinson ........ Kevin Taggart
Co-Starring:
Joseph Della Sorte ..... Corelli
Martin Davis ........... Lucky
Theoplas Forsett ....... Willie Smoke
Other Credits:
music composed by Dana Kaproff;
director of photography: Edward R. Plante.
Synopsis:
A two parter where Mary beth discovers that she has a lump in her breast, but she refuses to talk about it or do
anything about it. Chris finds out when Harvey gets worried and sneaks out to tell her. Chris finally convinces Mary
Beth to see a doctor and then to get a second opinion. Meanwhile the detectives must find a missing child. Cagney
thinks the kid ran away because the mother was unfit. The mother thinks that they would look harder for a white child.
Finally he turns up in an underground passage and Chris goes in after him. Mary Beth goes in for her surgery, but
Chris can't be there because she is taking the sergeant's exam. But she gets back in time to learn that the operation
is a success.

4.18 [053] Cagney and Lacey: LOST AND FOUND
no. 660-420
25Feb85
starring TD,SG, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, (NOT Barry Primus), JK
with
Harvey Atkin as Sgt Colman,
Troy W. Slaten as Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)
Tony LaTorre as Harvey Lacey, Jr. (Lacey's eldest son -age 14)
Script Editor Georgia Jeffries
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Teleplay by Georgia Jeffries / Story by Georgia Jeffries and Les Carter
Directed by Al Waxman
Guest Stars:
Graham Jarvis ......... Frank Boyle
Edith Fields .......... Housewife
Ric Mancini ........... Detective
Eddie Velez ........... El Vengador
Co-Starring:
Louis Guss ............ Garage Owner
Michael J. Aromin ..... Cook
Garret Pearson ........ Dr Ancino
John Braden ........... O'Herlihy
Other Credits:
music composed by Ron Martin
director of photography: Edward R. Plante.
Synopsis:
Cagney's car (a yellow Corvette) has been stolen and boy is she mad. She doesn't get much help from Mary Beth, who
is convalescing at home and considering quitting for good. The good news is that the second half of the sergeants exam
has a question about auto theft technique.

4.19 [054] Cagney and Lacey: TWO GRAND
no. 660-413
4Mar85
starring SG, TD, AW, MK, Sidney Clute, (NOT Barry Primus), JK
with
Harvey Atkin as Sgt Colman,
Script Editor Georgia Jeffries
Creative Consultant E. Arthur Kean
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Steve Johnson
Directed by Alexander Singer
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Edward R. Plante.
Guest Stars:
Ferdinand Mayne ........... Albert Grand
George Innes .............. Joseph Hermann
Stan Ivar ................. Steve Hollister
Mark L. Taylor ............ Mark Meyers
Amy Van Nostrand .......... Bon Bon Le Chocolat
David White ............... Mitchell Farnsworth
Co-Starring:
Gerry Black ............... Custom Inspector
Synopsis:
In a sequel to #18, the noted jewel thief Albert Grand returns. All Chris asks of him is that he not give her
anything stolen.

4.20 [055] Cagney and Lacey: CON GAMES
no. 660-421
11Mar85
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Directed by Alexander Singer
music composed by Ron Martin
director of photography: Edward R. Plante.
Guest Stars:
Edward Winter ............. Capt. Jack Hennessey
Janet Carroll ............. Helene Ledding
Melanie Mayron ............ Paula Eastman
Leslie Ackerman ........... Amanda Healy
Michael Fairman ........... Dep. Inspector Knelman
Terence McGovern .......... Lt. Hubbell
James Sloyen .............. Paul Glansman
Special Appearance by:
Geraldine Fitzgerald ...... Grace McAfee
Synopsis:
Cagney's sexual harassment case comes to trial (follow-up to #49). Lacey is busy with the bunco squad. She manages
to get approached by a completely different bunco scam and reels them in.

4.21 [056] Cagney and Lacey: VIOLATION
no. 660-419
18Mar85
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by Les Carter
Directed by Allen Baron
Guest Stars:
J.C. Quinn ........... Mr. Patterson
Allan Arbus .......... Arthur Stacy
Frances Bay .......... Edna Kiss
Warren Berlinger ..... Vincent Gotti
Michael Fairman ...... Dep. Inspector Knelman
Ben Frank ............ Dr. Livingstone
Ron Karabatsos ....... Warden Baxter
Janet MacLachlan ..... Lynne Sutter
David Payner ......... Todd Feldberg
Doug Savant .......... Dwayne Patterson
Gregory Sierra ....... Eddie "Cleanhead" Stutz
Co-Starring:
Anne Gee Byrd ........ Mrs. Patterson
Felton Perry ......... Earl Covay
Synopsis:
A teenager is thrown into a very tough jail by mistake for a minor offense and gets raped. The angry parents file
a lawsuit for $7 million dollars against the NYPD.

4.22 [057] Cagney and Lacey: ORGANIZED CRIME
8Apr85
no. 660-422
Produced by Steve Brown, Terry Louise Fisher, Peter Lefcourt
Written by ???
directed by Ralph Singleton
Synopsis:
When a nun is killed, C&L assume it's their case. However, the nun's family was friends with the Godfather, and
the ladies find themselves with some very efficient but unwanted assistance.

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