CTVA US Crime - "T. J. Hooker" (Spelling-Goldberg/ABC) Season 1 (1982-83)

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Starring William Shatner, Adrian Zmed, Heather Locklear, Richard Herd
Season 1 (ABC) (1982-83)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
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############### T. J. Hooker #################
############# season 1 1982-83 ###############
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ABC Saturdays 8:00 PM Eastern

First Complete Season  -  A short  season of  a  90 min Pilot + 4 episodes had aired in  Spring 1982

Supervising Producer Rick Husky / Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Associate Producer Kenneth R. Koch
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.

Opening Title Sequence: (for season 1)
Starring:
William Shatner, Adran Zmed, Heather Locklear, Richard Herd
Heather Locklear as Officer Stacy Sheridan
joins the cast at the start of the first full season (episode 5)

1.01 [05] T.J. Hooker: SECOND CHANCE
25Sep82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Associate Producer Keneth R. Koch
Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
guest stars
Rebbeca Holden (as Lynne Hartman)
Robert Davi (as Vardik)
Victor Campus (as Garcia)
Al Ruscio (as Maneli)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
DeVoreaux White ....... Stevie Pine
Lynn Hallowell ........ Carla
Rick Fitts ............ Ryan
with:
Betsy Russell ......... Teenager
Christine Kellogg ..... Joan
Peter Mamakos ......... Captain
Al Berry .............. Decker
Officer Stacy Sheridan (Heather Locklear) joins the team.
However, there's only one catch as Officer Vince Romano
(Adrian Zmed) finds out - she's Captain Sheridan's daughter.
Hooker goes after a mad killer with more than his usual
determination when he discovers that he is in love with
the killer's next intended victim.

1.02 [06] T.J. Hooker: KING OF THE HILL (NOT verified)
2Oct82 OR 9Oct82
produced by Jeffrey Hayes
directed by Charles Picerni
written by Stephen Downing
James Darren .................. Devil Dan Danko
Gary Graham ................... Jeff
Alan Stock .................... Pauly
Tara St.Andrew ................ Tess
James O'Sullivan .............. Conrad
Roberta Lee Carroll ........... Bobbi

Sgt. Hooker swings into action when he believes that an old
racing buddy has been wrongfully arrested.

1.03 [07] T.J. Hooker: THE EMPTY GUN
16Oct82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Paul Savage
Directed by Cliff Bole
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Jeanette Nolan
Herbert Jefferson, Jr. (as Benteen)
David Michael Elliot (as Minetti)
Scott Thomson (as Deke)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
E.M. Margolese ........ Pop Bernstein
David Underwood ....... Dempsy
Gloria Manos .......... Mrs. Minetti
Shirley Slater ........ The Judge
with:
Aaron Martin .......... Colter
Joshua Gallegos ....... Martinez
Christie Katz ......... Woman
Hooker searches his soul when his partner Romano faces criticism.

1.04 [08] T.J. Hooker: BLIND JUSTICE
23Oct82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Teleplay by Joe Viola & Stephen Downing
Story by Joe Viola & Stephen Downing and Walter Dallenbach
Directed by Don Chaffey
Guest Stars:
Marcy Lafferty (as Ann)
Darrell Fetty (as Bobbie Jo)
Tony Burton (as Luther)
Special Guest Stars:
The Beach Boys
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ralph Mauro ......... Terry
Hooker persuades a blind woman to catch some murderous thieves.
Beach Boys songs featured:
"California Girls", "Barbara Ann", and "Fun Fun Fun"

1.05 [09] T.J. Hooker: BIG FOOT
30Oct82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Dallas & Jo Anne Barnes
Directed by Cliff Bole
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Robin Dearden (as Michelle Forrest)
James O'Sullivan (as Conrad)
George McDaniel (as Pendleton)
Ray Girardin (as Hatfield)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Charles Bartlett ........ Harold Stevens
Holly Gagnier ........... Tammy Spencer
with:
Robin Evans ............. Sheila Donner
Martin Beck ............. Arnie Shapiro
Martin Azarow ........... Harry Wheeler
Tony Perez .............. Det. Perez
Gail Cameron ............ Gail Paris
Pendelton Brown ......... Joe Dancer
Hooker and Romano set out to capture a man who attacks female joggers

1.06 [10] T.J. Hooker: TERROR AT THE ACADEMY
6Nov82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Teleplay by Jack V. Fogarty
Story by Jack V. Fogarty & Rick Husky
Directed by Phil Bondelli
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Kristoffer Tabori (as Jeff Turner)
Doran Clark (as Carol Bennett)
Melody Anderson (as Kate)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Norman Bartold ......... Mayor
Lee Bryant ............. Fran Hooker (recurring)
Val De Vargas .......... Lt. Lopez
with:
Nicole Eggert .......... Chrissie Hooker (Hooker's daughter)
Brad Wilson ............ Recruit
Hooker pursues a sniper who has shot several officers and
wired the precinct building with explosives.

1.07 [11] T.J. Hooker: THE SURVIVAL SYNDROME
13Nov82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Dallas & JoAnne Barnes
Directed by Charles Picerni
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Robert Fields (as Lawson)
Chris Mulkey (as Thomas)
Mark Soper (as David)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lee Bryant ............. Fran Hooker (recurring)
Kevin Hixon ............ William DePaul
Wayne Morton ........... Delbert Worth
with:
Anthony Darren ......... Greg Marshall
Martha Gallub .......... Nancy Summers
James Faracci .......... Wagner
Tawny Little ........... T.V. Anchorwoman
Hooker is accused of shooting an unarmed kid.

1.08 [12] T.J. Hooker: DEADLY AMBITION
20Nov82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Arthur Weingarten
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Cliff Potts (as Holland)
Jonathan Goldsmith (as Mayfield)
Jesse Vint (as Ben)
Royce D. Applegate (as Durbin)
Deborah Foreman (as Alise)
Special Guest Star:
Jerry Lee Lewis (as himself)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tracy N. Smith ........ Mary Beth Parsons
Sam Scarber ........... Nichols
Bobby Justin .......... Joey Bonner
Hooker battles with a dangerous gang of robbers and an
ambitious police detective.
Jerry Lee Lewis sings "Great Balls of Fire"

1.09 [13] T.J. Hooker: A CRY FOR HELP
27Nov82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Jack V. Fogarty
Directed by Cliff Bole
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Henry Darrow (as Dr. Martinez)
Pamela Susan Shoop (as Sheila)
Rafael Campos (as Miquel Perez)
Miguel Fernandes (as Vega)
Trinidad Silva (as Cruz)
Panchito Gomez (as Danny Perez)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Carl Strano ........... Lester Jordan
Philip Baker Hall ..... Judge Wallace
Gary Cervantes ........ Ray Delgado
with:
Robert Balderson ...... D.A. Clyde Chaney
Ken Del Conte ......... Dr. David Harding
Hooker helps a teenager who's been framed by fellow gang members.

1.10 [14] T.J. Hooker: THIEVES' HIGHWAY
4Dec82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Roger Lewis & Devorah Cutler
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Guy Stockwell (as Zack)
Laraine Stephens (as Cook/Shawn)
Taylor Lacher (as Tanner)
Karrie Emerson (as Mary)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Miano ........... Keller
Thomas F. Duffy ........ Morgan
Tommy Bush ............. Ernie
Joan Crosby ............ Irene
with:
Peter Van Norden ....... Lenny
Tom Amundsen ........... Husband Trucker
Debbie Christoffersen .. Wife Trucker
Dan Magiera ............ Trucker #1
and:
Venus played by C.J. (chimpanzee)
A new woman police commissioner (Laraine Stephens) comes between
T.J. and his job.

1.11 [15] T.J. Hooker: THE CONNECTION
18Dec82
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Donald R. Boyle
Directed by Corey Allen
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Terri Nunn (as Sue Ann)
Claude Earl Jones (as Tootie)
Richard Lineback (as Kenny)
James Daughton (as Tom)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Vincent Carista ....... Eli
Dana Gladstone ........ Chambliss
John Dewey-Carter ..... McAllison
Mitzi Hoag ............ Mrs. Palmer
with:
Julianne Gold ......... Angie Defelice
Sherri Stoner ......... Cindy Palmer
Kimberly Sedgwick ..... Teenage Girl
Michael Paul Chan ..... Doctor

1.12 [16] T.J. Hooker: THE FAST LANE
8Jan83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Jeff Hayes
Directed by Don Chaffey
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Rosemary Forsyth (as Irene)
Ike Eisenmann (as Matt)
Stefan Arngrim (as Luke
Dana Kimmell (as Sue)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kevin Major Howard ...... J.D.
Barbara Iley ............ Marlene Long
Anna Hertelendy ......... Nell Marks
Clayton Rohner .......... Richie
Michael Wyle ............ Burt
Jonna Lee ............... Lisa
Brian Sheehan ........... Jack
Kevin Brando ............ Kenny
James Jeter ............. Guard
Hooker investigates teenage drinkers who steal to feed their habit.

1.13 [17] T.J. Hooker: TOO LATE FOR LOVE
15Jan83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Jack V. Fogarty
Directed by Michael Preece (on film)
Directed by Don Chaffey (on copyright notice)
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Barbara Stock (as Amy)
Thom Christopher (as Cort)
Theresa Saldana (as Maria)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
M.C. Gainey ........... Earl Banks
Conrad Dunn ........... Nelson
Carmen Filpi .......... Wendall
with:
Guylaine Moquin-Sanford ... Narrator
Nick Cinardo .......... Louie Santani
Hooker suspects that Romoano's girlfriend may be feeding
information to a gang of crooks.

1.14 [18] T.J. Hooker: THE DECOY
22Jan83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by Leonard Nimoy
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Gerard Prendergast (as Britten)
James McEachin (as Lt. Franks)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Corinne Bohrer .......... Beth Arnold
Susanne Severeid ........ Janice Britten
Dawson Mays ............. Gordon
with:
Julian Deyer ............ Carl Leland
John Towler ............. Manager
J.J. Johnston ........... Bartender
Robert Hugh Starr ....... Greg
Stacy (Heather Locklear) volunteers to act as a decoy
to trap the killer of a policewoman.

1.15 [19] T.J. Hooker: THE MUMBLER
29Jan83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Joe Viola
Directed by Don Chaffey
Director of Photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Sam Melville (as Hank)
Paul Regina (as Larry)
Michael Cavanaugh (as Karl)
Sydney Penny (as Katie)
Jo McDonnell (as Sarah)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nicholas Ryan .......... Det. Jacobs
Pam Galloway ........... Linda Teller
Don Maxwell ............ Supervisor Riggs
Sgt. Hooker's pursuit of robbers gets complicated when he
helps a suspects sister.

1.16 [20] T.J. Hooker: VENGEANCE IS MINE
5Feb83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Allison Hock
Directed by Phil Bondelli
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Randolph Powell (as Larry Foster)
Michele Tobin (as Valerie)
Carmen Argenziano (as Chuck Taylor)
Special Guest Star:
Leonard Nimoy (as Lt. McGuire)
*
Co-Starring (end credits)
J.P. Bumstead ......... O'Brien
Judith Flanagan ....... Marcy Wade
with:
Sheila Ryan ........... Nurse
Tom Middleton ......... Officer
James Rosin ........... Man
Betsy Clark ........... Anne Armstrong
The Daughter of Lt. McGuire is raped.

1.17 [21] T.J. Hooker: SWEET SIXTEEN AND DEAD
12Feb83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Joe Viola
Directed by William Shatner
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Paul Kent (as Pearl)
Clarence Williams III (as Decker)
Toni Hudson (as Star)
and:
Sharon Farrell (as Irene Gordon)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jill Schoelen ............ Kelly Hobbs
Michael O'Leary .......... Gordie Hobbs
Jopseph Hoover ........... Father Caffrey
Micole Mercurio .......... Mrs. Taylor
with:
Nicole Eggert ........... Chrissie Hooker (Hooker's daughter)
Robert Hanley ........... Art Burnham
Olivia Brown ............ Rhoda
Krystal Richards ........ Crystal
Carrie Cavalier ......... April
A furious Hooker goes after the mobster responsible for a death.

1.18 [22] T.J. Hooker: RAW DEAL
19Feb83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Jack V. Fogarty and Simon Muntner
Directed by Cliff Bole
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Cristina Raines (as Nancy)
Carlos Romero (as Diez)
Ann Gillespie (as Shirley)
Special Guest Star:
Jim Brown (as Barnett)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Stephen Liska .......... Leo Frye
James McIntire ......... Peter Connors
Cletus Young ........... Talbot
David Cadiente ......... Manny Trios
with:
Luis Contreras ......... Louis Pordeo
Bert Santos ............ Sid Adams
Robert Curtin .......... Mackey
Phyllis Hall ........... Madge
Hooker discovers that compulsive gamblers are being forced
to act as deliverymen for a drugs ring.

1.19 [23] T.J. Hooker: REQUIEM FOR A COP
26Feb83
produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Gerald Sanford
Directed by Don Chaffey
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
guest stars
Don Gordon (as Frank D'Costa)
Dey Young (as Linda)
Jed Mills (as Denson)
James Hong
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lory Walsh ........... Cindy
Judy Jean Berns ...... Betty Read
Robert Alan Browne ... The Chief
Eddie Egan ........... Max Silver
Robert Gooden ........ The Bartender
Harold Ayer .......... Sam Miller
Hooker goes after an arsonist to avenge the death of an old friend

1.20 [24] T.J. Hooker: THE HOSTAGES (siege episode)
5Mar83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Robert Earll
Directed by Cliff Bole
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
guest stars
Jonathan Banks (as Freddy)
Lance LeGault (as Decker)
Edward Walsh (as Henry)
Cheryl Paris (as Carol Ann)
Frank Doubleday (as Sammy)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lee Bryant .......... Frank Hooker (recurring)
Susan Harney ........ Nicole Webb
Jennifer Beck ....... Valerie Webb
Hooker fights to save the lives of Stacy, ex-wife Fran and
a number of patients when desperados hold them hostage in a hospital.

1.21 [25] T.J. Hooker: PAYDAY PIRATES *****
30May83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Paul B. Margolis
Directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
James Darren (as Officer Jim Corrigan)
(first appearance - future series regular)
Jean Le Clerc (as Jake Hendricks)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lee Bryant .......... Fran Hooker (recurring)
Madelyn Cain ........ Mrs. Wilson
Mike Genovese ....... Pete Doyle
Hal Landon, Jr. ..... Sam Browner
Tiny Wells .......... Lou
James Newell ........ Dr. Ross
*
Nicole Eggert ....... Chrissie Hooker (recurring)
Jimmy Mair .......... Jimmy Wilson
Biff Yeager ......... Factory Worker
Hooker goes after criminals who injured his ex-wife during a robbery.

1.22 [26] T.J. Hooker: LADY IN BLUE ****
7May83
Produced by Jeffrey Hayes
Written by Rick Husky
Directed by William Shatner
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
James Darren (as Officer Jim Corrigan)(new regular)
Anne-Marie Martin (as Officer Karen Hall)
Leo Rossi (as Tate)
Justin Lord (as Slaughter)
Roger Newman
and:
Percy Rodriguez (as Jason)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Rita Lynn ............ Martha Hall
Ken Foree ............ Bartender
Timothy Brown ........ Conrad
Mike Gomez ........... Dino Morales
with:
Myrna Smith .......... Singer
Justin Mills ......... Danny Hall (child)
Ralph Brannen ........ Attendent
Kim Sudol ............ Lady Customer
A rookie female cop is wounded by fleeing gun thieves, and
Hooker blames himself for teaching her an aggresive style of
pursuit. When her accident results in amputation of a leg,
her relationship with Hooker deteriorates. This makes
Hooker even more determined to get the bad guys.

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