CTVA US Crime - "Quincy, M.E." (Glen/Larson/NBC) Season 6 (1981-82)

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Starring Jack Klugman
Season 6 (NBC) (1981-82)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
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############### Qincy, M.E. #################
############## season 6 1981-82 ##############
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NBC Wednesdays 10:00pm Eastern
24 New Episodes
Executive Producer David Moessinger (end credit)
Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke (end credit)
Produced by Sam Egan and/or Michael Braverman (opening credit)

6.01 [--] Quincy, M.E.: MEMORIES OF ALLISON
28Oct81
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
Sharon Acker ........... Allison
Paul Picerni
Ivor Francis
Virginia Capers
Frank Aletter
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Shawn Michaels
Bret Nighman
Quincy encounters a case of amnesia.

6.02 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE GOLDEN HOUR
4Nov81
Produced by Sam Egan
Written by Sebastian Milito and Deborah Klugman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
Henry Jones
Martin E. Brooks
John O'Connell
Leonard Stone
Ben Hammer
and
Robert F. Simon ............ Dr. Fry
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Heidi Bohay ................ Sherry Anderson
James Staley ............... Harry Sylmar
Jim Scott .................. Dr. Dearborn
Alex Hyde-White ............ Fred
Shannon Farnon ............. Elaine Anderson
Quincy condemns emergency hospital inefficiency after a young girl dies needlessly while her father
- more seriously hurt in the same car accident - survives at a trauma center.

6.03 [--] Quincy, M.E.: SLOW BOAT TO MADNESS (Part 1) 11Nov81
6.04 [--] Quincy, M.E.: SLOW BOAT TO MADNESS (Part 2) 18Nov81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan
Teleplay by Sam Egan / Story by Sam Egan and Marc Taylor
Directed by Daniel Haller
Guest Stars
Diana Muldaur ........ Dr. Janet Carlisle, Public Health Dept
Ed Nelson
Leslie Winston
Jack Blessing
Linden Chiles
Mimi Rogers
Charles Thomas Murphy
and
Allan Miller ......... Dr. Knight
Special Guest Star:
John Reilly

6.05 [--] Quincy, M.E.: D.U.I (Driving Under The Influence)
2Dec81
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
Charles Aidman ......... Preston Claymore
Randee Heller
James A. Watson Jr.
Chevi Colton
Paul Lambert
Frank Campanella
Co-Starring: (end credits
Ivan Bonar ............ Dr. Morrow
Terrence O'Connor ..... Cheryl Claymore
Ruth Manning .......... Marjorie
Emilio Delgado ........ Officer Garcia
Bret Nighman .......... Lab assistant
When wealthy attorney Preston Claymore runs over a pedestrian, Quincy discovers that Claymore may be using a
drunk drive charge to cover up a mote serious crime.

6.06 [--] Quincy, M.E.:FOR WANT OF A HORSE
9Dec81
Luke Askew
Lonny Chapman
Brian Andrews
Ronnie Scribner
Susan French
Angela May

6.07 [--] Quincy, M.E.: GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT
16Dec81
Produced by SE & MB
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by David Moessinger
Special Guest Star:
Michael Constantine
Guest Stars:
Tyne Daly
Spencer Milligan
Alice Hirson
Matthew Tobin
Stanley Kamel
Quincy is introduced to a gallant young mother (Tyne Daly) dying of cancer.

6.08 [--] Quincy, M.E.: Quincy, ME: DEAD STOP
Prod. no. 56812 / 30Dec81 (some sources say 23Dec81)
Executive Producer David Moessinger /Supervising Producer: William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman /Associate Producer, John Hart
Written by Linda Cowgill
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Music Score, Bruce Houghton
Guest Stars:
Salome Jens
Jack Ging
Sandy McPeak
Gary Wood
Henry Beckman
Kenneth O' Brien
Red West
Tony Burton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Henry Slate .......... Harold Willen
John Dennis .......... Will Case
Barbara Brownell ..... Woman
Rick Garcia .......... Dr. Hernandez
With:
Eddie Garrett ........ Ed (recurring)
Filip Field .......... Lab Techician (regular)
John Nolan ........... Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff ........ Waitress (recurring)
Pete Virgo ........... Pete (recurring)
Synopsis:
Quincy uncovers a case of illegal waste dumping that could jeopardise hundreds of lives.

6.09 [--] Quincy, M.E.: BITTER PILL
6Jan82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester William Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman / Associate Producer, John Hart
Teleplay by Sam Egan / Story by David Chomsky
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Music Score, Bruce Houghton
Guest Stars:
Simon Oakland
George Deloy
William Smithers
Peggy McCay
Michael LeClair
Dana Gladstone
Garnett Smith
Special Guest Star:
Robert Hooks
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jeb Adams ........... Craig
Danna Hensen ........ Mrs Bernstein
Tom Byrd ............ Perry Jordon
R. Jeffrey Cohen .... Rick
Hugh Farrington ..... Kennedy
Ralph Taeger ........ Coach Chaney
Larry Carroll ....... Wenkel
With:
Mark Andrews ........ Malcolm
Dale Ishimoto ....... Mr. Asato
Eddie Garrett ....... Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ......... Lab Techician (regular)
John Nolan .......... Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff ....... Waitress (recurring)
Synopsis 1:
A young student dies as a result of taking counterfeit drugs.
Synopsis 2:
Quincy investigates the dangerous, but legal trade in look alike drugs

6.10 [--] Quincy, M.E.: GUNS DON'T DIE
13Jan82
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Bob Bender
Guest Stars:
William Sanderson (Larry in "Newhart")
Tom Arkins
Antony Costello
John Quade
Lisa Blake Richards
Dennis Robertson
Linda Carlson
Mark Wheeler
Larry Flash Jenkins
Quincy believes that two unrelated homicides were carried out by the same gun, anbd the race is on to find
the killer before he strikes again.

6.11 [--] Quincy, M.E.: WHEN LUCK RAN OUT
20Jan82
written by Paul Haggard, Jr. and Jo Lynne Michael
directed by Georg Fenady
guest stars:
Craig Stevens
Katherine Justice
co-starring (end credits)
Don Keefer
George O. Petrie
William Wintersole
A Prize Racehorse dies in an Insurance Scam.

6.12 [--] Quincy, M.E.: SMOKE SCREEN
27Jan82
xp: DM / Sup. Pr: WOC & LWB / Assoc Pr: JH
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
written by Michael McGreevey
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Music Score, Dick De Benedictis
Guest Stars:
Barbara Stuart
Michael Mullins
Brad Reardon
Hugh Gillin
Sandy Kenyon
Brian Cutler
Ted Gehring
Special Guest Star:
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
*
Co-Starring (end credits)
Philip Baker Hall ..... Captain Rasmussen
Jim Malinda ........... Captain Swanson
With:
Andy Enberg ........... Perry
Andrew Ethier ......... Ken
Stephen Rumph ......... Alex
Buck Young ............ Dr. Glidden
Eddie Garrett ......... Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ........... Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan ............ Bartnder (recurring)
Diane Markoff ......... Waitress (recurring)
Synopsis:
Quincy is drawn into a complicated arson investigation.

6.13 [--] Quincy, M.E.: FOR LOVE OF JOSHUA
3Feb82
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by David Moessinger
guest stars:
Tyne Daly
Allan Arbus
Clu Gulager
Ellen Travolta
Jenny Sherman
Sam Weisman
Nancy Grahn
special guest star:
Colleen Dewhurst
co-starring: (end credits)
David McFarlane
An 18-year-old with Down's Syndrome (mongolism) proves
he can make it in the world.

6.14 [---] Quincy, M.E.: INTO THE MURDERING MIND
10Feb82
Executive Producer David Moessinger /Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman / Associate Producer John Hart
Teleplay by Michael Braverman / Story by Linda J. Cowgill
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography Frank R. Hale
Music Score Dick DeBenedictis
Guest Stars:
Kelly Ward
Henry Darrow
Lloyd Gough
Michael Zand
and
Joseph Sirola ............ Salvatore Angeletti
Special Guest Star:
Conchata Ferrell
*
With: (end credits)
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (recurring)
Filpi Field ............. Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan .............. Bartender (recurring)
Dianne Markoff .......... Waitress (recurring)
Peg Stewart ............. Nurse
Synopsis:
Quincy works with the D.A. to keep a man accused of murder from
being freed on the basis of a plea of insanity.

6.15 [---] Quincy, M.E.: TO CLEAR THE AIR
17Feb82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Written by Sam Eagan
Directed by Lester Wm. Berke
Guest stars:
Ronald Joseph
Edward Grover
Joby Baker
Frank Marth
Joan Pringle
William Sylvester
Anthony Eisley
and
E.J. Andre .......... Sy Schuster
Special Guest Star:
Stephen Elliott
*
co-starring (end credits)
Fredd Wayne
Synopsis:
A chemical plant leaking excess amounts of Sulphur Dioxide into the
atmosphere results in the death of two people and threatens many more.

6.16 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE SHADOW OF DEATH
24Feb82
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman / Associate Producer John Hart
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography Frank R. Hale
Music Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Karen Austin
Sharon Spelman
Paul Jenkins
Robert Sampson
Brendon Boone
*
Co-starring: (end credits)
Jim Weston .......... Rod
Al White ............ John Robert
With:
Eddie Garrett ....... Ed (photographer)(recurring)
Filip Field ......... Lab Techician (regular)
John Nolan .......... Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff ....... Waitress (recurring)
? Wilson ....... Screaming Woman
Synopsis:
The Vietnam War leaves a lasting mark on war veterans.

6.17 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE FLIGHT OF THE NIGHTINGALE
03-Mar-1982
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by ? / Associate Producer, John Hart
Written by ?
Directed by ?
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Georgann Johnson
Patricia Smith
James Karen
Peter Hobbs
Cynthia Harris
Royce Wallace
Will Kuluva
*
Co-Starring: (end credits- verified)
Mary Jackson ........... Mrs. Shanley
Christine Avila ........ Nurse Dorado
Ann Cooper ............. Nurse Swearingen
With:
Ken Hixon .............. 1st Doctor
Eddie Garrett .......... Ed (photographer)(recurring)
Flip Field ............. Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan ............. Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff .......... Waitress (recurring)
Synopsis:
A charge of negligence concerning the death of a patient results
in a nurse's suspension.
Note: Jack Klugman - I did NOT see him in this episode - although I did not see the complete episode

6.18 [--] Quincy, M.E.: STOLEN TEARS
17Mar82
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by George Fenady
Guest Stars:
Martin Balsam
Norman Lloyd
Signe Hasso
Stefan Gierasch
Michael Durrell
Woody Eney
Co-Starring (to be verified)
Than Wyenn

6.19 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE FACE OF FEAR
24Mar82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Written by Michael Braverman
Directed by Bob Bender
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars
Dixie Carter
Jonathan Frakes
Paul Carr
Paul Mantee
Special Guest Star:
Carrie Snodgress
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Maria O'Brien ........... Judy
Lou Tiano ............... Paul Julian
With:
Murray Moston ........... D'Arcy
Jospeh DiSante .......... Robert
Connie Ramirez .......... Latin Woman
Denny Furey ............. Fraser
Timothy O'Hagen ......... Security Guard
Peter Virgo ............. Pete
Eddie Garrett ........... Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ............. Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan .............. Bartender(recurring)
Diane Markoff ........... Waitress (recurring)
Quincy is called in to help when an agoraphobic woman witnesses a murder.

6.20 [--] Quincy, M.E.: EXPERT IN MURDER
31Mar82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Teleplay by Sam Egan / Story by Marc Scott Taylor
Directed by Michael J. Kane
Guest Stars:
Joseph Sirola
Lloyd Gough
Jack Colvin
Irene Tedrow
Robert F. Simon
David White
Tige Andrews
Richard Erdman
Michael Gregory
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paulene Meyers ............ Judge Scharf
Peter Virgo Jr. ........... Joseph Ramsey
Marguerite Ray ............ Mother
With:
Louise R. Plante .......... Duty Doctor #1
Joseph Chapman ............ Court Clerk
Eddie Garrett ............. Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ............... Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan ................ Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff ............. Waitress (recurring)
Quincy's expertise is called into question when he testifies against a mobster who is accused of killing
someone by inducing a heart attack.

6.21 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE UNQUIET GRAVE
7Apr82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman / Associate Producer, John Hart
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Georg Fenady
Director of Photography, Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Ina Balin
John Findlater
George Gaynes
Cynthia Harris
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
David Bond ............. Mr. Barnes
Dallas Mitchell ........ Joe Placer
Vince Howard ........... Dr. Shiner
With:
Dale Johnson ........... Pattertson
Cynthia Simpson ........ Carlotta
Peggy Webber ........... Woman
Peter Virgo ............ Pete
Eddie Garrett ............. Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ............... Lab Technician (recurring)
John Nolan ................ Bartender (recurring)
Diane Markoff ............. Waitress (recurring)
Synopsis:
Quincy suspects an old girlfriend of murdering her millionaire husband.

6.22 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE LAST OF LEADBOTTOM
28Apr82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers: William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Written and Directed by Michael Braverman
Guest Stars:
James Gregory
Bibi Osterwald
Rebecca Holden
Albert Paulsen
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Eugenia Wright ........... Christiana
Estellita Rania ........... Marie
Fritzi Burr ............... Dorrean
Boyd Bodwell .............. Lt. Richland
with:
Amy Elizabeth Moessinger .. Amy
Toni Lawrence ............. Asten's secretary
Eddie Garrett ............. Ed (recurring)
Filip Field ............... Lab Technician (recurring)
Diane Markoff ............. Waitress (recurring)
Quincy's autopsy of an elderly Naval Officer reveals a strange microchip lodged in the body,
and foul play is suspected.

6.23 [--] Quincy, M.E.: DEADLY PROTECTION
5May82
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Teleplay by Michael McGreevey / Story by Fred Long and Michael McGreevey
Directed by Paul Krasny
Guest Stars:
Jim Antonio
Jenny O'Hara
Hoke Howell
Carl Franklin
and
Sam Groom ......... Jay Stapleton
An Alsation Guard Dog kills the daughter of its owner.

6.24 [--] Quincy, M.E.: THE MOURNING AFTER (verified)
prod. no. 56835
12May82
Executive Producer David Moessinger / Supervising Producers William O'Cairncross, Lester Wm Berke
Produced by Sam Egan and Michael Braverman
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Jeri Taylor
Director of Photography Frank R. Hale
Guest Stars:
Carol Rossen
Robert Hogan
Timothy Patrick Murphy
Timothy Wead
Steve Antin
James A. Watson, Jr.
Skip Homeier
and:
Rosemary Murphy .......... Dr. Diana Green
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Stuart K. Robinson ....... Rich
Carl Freed ............... Bo
Raleigh Bond ............. Theodore Broder
With:
Guy Sarte ................ Ted Yost
Gregg Sawaya ............. Carey Stadler
Eddie Garrett ............ Ed (recurring)
Filip Field .............. Lab Technician (recurring)
Synopsis:
A freshman drowns while going through "hazing" to join a college fraternity

################ Quincy, M.E. ################
############## end of season 6 ###############
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