CTVA US Crime - "Cagney And Lacey" (Orion/CBS) Season 6 (1986-87)

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Starring Tyne Daly & Sharon Gless
Season 6 (CBS) (1986-87)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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############# Cagney and Lacey ###############
############# season 6 1986-87 ###############
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(22 episodes)
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton, Georgia Jeffries / co-producer, P. K. Knelman

6.01 [082] Cagney and Lacey: SCHEDULE ONE
no. 660-601
29Sep86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Robert Eisele
Directed by Alexander Singer
Synopsis:
A perp is caught dead to rights. He has a deal - he'll tell them what detective at the 14th is swiping heroin.
In the B story, Harvey and Mary Beth finally move into their dream home. This was a minor thread through the last
half of the previous season.

6.02 [083] Cagney and Lacey: CULTURE CLASH
no. 660-602
6Oct86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Frank South
Directed by Ray Danton
Synopsis:
An Islamic girl from a very devout family wants to be more American. No arranged marriage for her; she'd rther go
to Malibu. When she turns up dead, Cagney and Lacey must face her angry family. They're also being considered for a
very select task force that Cagney sees as her path to stardom.

6.03 [084] Cagney and Lacey: SORRY, RIGHT NUMBER
no. 660-608
20Oct86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Bill Taub
Directed by Alexander Singer
Synopsis:
Lacey and Isbecki are trapped in an elevator. Of course it's the hottest day of the year, and Victor is claustrophobic.
That cop with the baseball cap still has the hots for Cagney

6.04 [085] Cagney and Lacey: DISENFRANCHISED - aka - INCEST
no. 660-605
27Oct86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer, P. K. Knelman
Written by Daniel Freudenberger.
Directed by James Frawley.
Synopsis:
A girl says that their father is molesting the younger daughter, who is too young to testify. How does she know?
Because she was molested herself. Cagney and Lacey get the children away from their parents, but have to split up the
girls to do so.

6.05 [086] Cagney and Lacey: ROLL CALL
no. 660-604
3Nov86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer, P. K. Knelman
Written by Marcy Vosburgh & Sandy Sprung
Directed by James Frawley
Synopsis:
In a self-referential show, the 14th is visited by a TV star, "Detective Deedee," who has permission from the brass
to learn how real policemen work. She especially wants to learn from Cagney and Lacey.

6.06 [087] Cagney and Lacey: THE ZEALOT
no. 660-603
17Nov86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Kathryn Ford.
Directed by Francine Parker
Synopsis:
An assistant D.A. has devoted his entire career to prosecuting child pornograpy. When he turns up dead, Cagney
(who would have liked to have gotten to know him better) thinks one of those scuzzy pornographers had killed him.

6.07 [088] Cagney and Lacey: THE MARATHON
no. 660-611
24Nov86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton, Georgia Jeffries
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Josef Anderson.
Directed by Ralph S. Singleton
Synopsis:
The 14th precinct has to help support the annual New York City marathon. One of the (white) runners is from South Africa,
and is facing death threats if she runs. Cagney and Lacey are assigned to talk herout of running but if they can't,
then they must protect her.

6.08 [089] Cagney and Lacey: RITES OF PASSAGE
no. 660-607
1Dec86
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton, Georgia Jeffries
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Georgia Jeffries
Directed by Reza Badiyi
Synopsis:
A college sorority initiate falls off a building. The detectives suspect a hazing prank gones sour, but the sorority
sisters won't talk.

6.09 [090] Cagney and Lacey: REVENGE
no. 660-606
8Dec86
Written by ??
Directed by Helaine Head
Synopsis:
When someone who Petrie held a grudge against is killed, Marcus is the suspect. In the B plot, Chris dates a reporter
and discovers that he has a hidden agenda.

6.10 [091] Cagney and Lacey: THE RAPIST part 2: TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE
prod no. 660-609
15Dec86
Produced by Georgia Jeffries, Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer, P. K. Knelman
Written by Patricia Green.
Directed by Helaine Heap
In a sequel to episode #69-5.12, Sara Jones goes on trial. She wants Cagney to back up her story, but Cagney won't do it.

6.11 [092] Cagney and Lacey: COST OF LIVING
no. 660-610
12Jan87
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton, Georgia Jeffries
co-producer, P. K. Knelman
Teleplay by Frank South & Joe Viola
Story by Paul Ehrmann.
Directed by Al Waxman
Guest Star:
John Harkins ............. Bruce Mansfield
Synopsis:
In a sequel to episodes #62 and #75, Bruce Mansfield goes on trial.He's done something clever - he's hired David Keeler
(Stephen Macht) to defend him. David explains how principled he is. Chris tells him to go to hell.

6.12 [093] Cagney and Lacey: WASTE DEEP
no. 660-614
19Jan87
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton, Georgia Jeffries
co-producer P. K. Knelman
Written by Michael Berlin & Eric Estrin.
Directed by Claudia Weill
Synopsis:
A toy company is dumping toxic wastes, and a gungho environmentalist is willing to do whatever it takes to get Cagney
and Lacey to investigate. In the B plot, Chris tries out a younger man.

6.13 [094] Cagney and Lacey: FAVORS
no. 660-613
26Jan87
Produced by Ralph S. Singleton
producer, Georgia Jeffries
co-producer P. K. Knelman
directed by Al Waxman
Written by Frederick Rappaport
Synopsis:
The detectives go after a corrupt judge. but he has an "in" - he's an oldfriend of Charlie Cagney's. Christine Cagney
also has to do the performance reviews, and smoke flies when she doesn't give Lacey top ranking.

6.14 [095] Cagney and Lacey: AHEAD OF THE GAME
no. 660-612
2Feb87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Written by Allison Hock
Directed by Joel Rosenzweig
Synopsis:
The crime story hits close to home here. The Laceys are burglarized and Mary Beth must deal with Detective Dupnick
from Queens. Of course, she's neglected all the precautions that she lectures civilizans about. Cagney attends the
Emerald Ball, while dealing with a high school athlete who dropped dead of steroid overuse.

6.15 [096] Cagney and Lacey: EASY DOES IT
no. 660-615
9Feb87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Written by Les Carter & Susan Sisko.
Directed by Helaine Head
The detectives go undercover at Alcoholics Anonymous to find out who's holding up AA meetings. At a session for
co-dependents they meet Donna, Charlie's girlfriend, who's figured out that Charlie's an alcoholic.

6.16 [097] Cagney and Lacey: TO SIR WITH LOVE
no. 660-617
16Feb87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Written by Sandy Sprung & Marcy Vosburgh.
Directed by Ray Danton.
Guest Star:
Cassie Yates
Synopsis:
Samuels is getting the Distinguished Service Award at a banquet. All Cagney and Lacey have to do is plan the banquet,
co-ordinate the entertainment, get the balloons, and make cannoli. Very funny, especially the cannoli scene.

6.17 [098] Cagney and Lacey: DIVINE COURIERS - aka - HEAVENLY MESSENGER
no. 660-618
23Feb87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Witten by Fredrick Rappaport
Directed by Sharron Miller
Guest Star:
Lois Nettleton
A spiritualist has a new gimmick. She charges people to get messages to their dead loved ones by hiring terminally
ill people as messengers. The funny thing is that everyone excepet Cagney and Lacey are happy with the setup.

6.18 [099] Cagney and Lacey: RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT
no. 660-616
9Mar87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Teleplay by David Abramowitz.
Directed by Sharron Miller
Synopsis:
A deaf girl is suspected of murder. Could someone with such a severe handicap commit a crime like that?

6.19 [100] Cagney and Lacey: SPECIAL TREATMENT
no. 660-620
16Mar87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Written by Allison Hock
Directed by Jackie Cooper
Synopsis:
Lacey participates in a protest march against nuclear weapons. She gets arrested and thrown to the tender mercies
of Detective Dupnick.

6.20 [101] Cagney and Lacey: HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN
no. 660-619
23Mar87
Produced by Georgia Jeffries & Ralph S. Singleton
Written by Joe Viola
Directed by James Trawley
Synopsis:
This time it's Lacey's turn to get shot. She's shot by a teenage
robbery suspect but isn't hurt as badly as Cagney was, however, the
trama sends them to the police psychiatrist.

6.21 [102] Cagney and Lacey: TURN, TURN, TURN part 1 : 05May87
6.22 [103] Cagney and Lacey: TURN, TURN, TURN part 2 : 12May87
nos. 60-621/622
Produced by Georgia Jeffries, Ralph S. Singleton
co-producer, P. K. Knelman
Written by Georgia Jeffries (pt 1)
Written by Shelley List, Jonathan Estrin (pt 2)
Directed by Sharron Miller
Guest Star:
Dick O'Neill ........ Charlie Cagney  (exit)
Synopsis:
Charlie's drinking finally catches up with him and he goes to the Great Bar in the Sky. Chris and brother Brian send
him off with a wake at Flannery's. But Chris can't handle it, and winds up dead drunk in her apartment. Only Lacey can
save her and get her to AA. In the B plot, Lacey rescues a child from a burning car and then has to return the child to
the proper mother.

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