CTVA US Crime - "T. J. Hooker" (Spelling-Goldberg/ABC) Season 3 (1984-85)

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Starring William Shatner, James Darren, Heather Locklear, Adrian Zmed
Season 3 (ABC) (1984-85)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############### T. J. Hooker #################
############# season 3 1984-85 ###############
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ABC Saturdays 8:00 PM Eastern
Produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman
Produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman

3.01 [49] T.J. Hooker: NIGHT VIGIL
<prod. no. 181665>
13Oct84
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer, Kenneth R.Koch
written by Frank Felford
directed by Winrich Kolbe
guest stars
Larry Flash Jenkins
Allen Williams
George Kee Cheung
Pepper Martin
Fay Hauser
special guest star
Richard Herd as Captain Dennis Sheridan
Night Vigil (1984.10.13)
Larry Flash Jenkins ........... Toothpick
Pepper Martin ................. Big Guy
Fay Hauser .................... Jobina
Mike Genovese ................. Robinson
Steve James ................... Cassius

3.02 [50] T.J. Hooker: THE TWO FACES OF BETSY MORGAN
prod. no. 181673
20Oct84
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
directed by Paul Krasny
written by Bob Bielak
Guest Stars:
Jill Whitlow (as Betsy Morgan)
Savannah Smith (as Edie)
David La Biosa (as Rask)
David La Biosa
Hugh Farrington (as Lt. O'Brien)(recurring)
Kario Salem (as Les Fyker)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jerry Hausner ......... Jacob Webber
Jill Carroll .......... Lori
Betty Cole ............ Dulsey Reynolds
Featuring:
Nina Andro ............ Michelle Mackenzie
Ernie Hudson, Jr. ..... Dancer
Hooker uncovers the double life of a teenage prostitute.

3.03 [51] T.J. Hooker: PURSUIT (a.k.a. "Hot Pursuit")
<prod. no. 181670>
27Oct84
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Paul Savage
directed by Sidney Hayers
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
guest stars
Randi Brooks (as Jessica Turley)
Cynthia Cypert (as Grace Tippet)
Grainger Hines (as Mark Howard)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Lawlor ........... Charles Bowers
Grayce Spence ......... The Manager
Larry Marko ........... George Solomon
Wiliam Boyett ......... Sgt. Kavin
Ryan MacDonald ........ Car Salesman
Featuring:
Isabel Wolfe .......... Ellen Bowers
Betty Ann Carr ........ Betty Fox
Joanne Ishimine ....... TV Newscaster
Richmond Shepard ...... Mime
Hooker runs into serious opposition from a long-time friend
when his high-speed car chase results in serious injury to
a bank employee who is pregnant.

3.04 [52] T.J. Hooker: HARDCORE CONNECTION (NOT verified)
<prod. no. 181667>
3Nov84
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Stephen Downing
directed by Christian I. Nyby II
Guest Cast:
Bobb Hopkins .................. Moloch
Dennis Franz .................. Andros
Debi Richter .................. Kelly LaRue
Heather Thomas ................ Sandy (The Fall Guy)
Andy Romano ................... Stafford

Hooker is determined to set matters straight after a
fellow officer investigates a porn ring.

3.05 [53] T.J. Hooker: ANATOMY OF A KILLING (end credits-NOT verified)
<prod. no. 181683>
10Nov84
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Stephen Downing
directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
Guest Stars:
Jim Brown (as Cody)
Glynn Turman (as Norman Powell)
Penny Johnson (as Lisa)
Special Guest Star:
Richard Herd as Captain Dennis Sheridan (recurring)
*
Guest Cast (end credits - NOT verified)
Jay Scorpio ................... Geroge Webster
Tom McFadden .................. Art Schneider
Hal Hawkins ................... "Doc"
Synopsis:
Hooker and former partner Jim Cody team up to solve a murder.

3.06 [54] T.J. Hooker: TARGET - HOOKER
prod. no. 181664
17Nov84
Produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / Co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Simon Muntner
Directed by Vincent McEveety
Guest Stars:
Don Gordon (as Mickey Towelli)
Robert Dryer (as Willie Duncan)
Hugh Farrington (as Det. O'Brien)(recurring)
Karen Kopins (as Maggie Paine)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
David Gautreaux ........ Joey Shuyler
Charles Walker ......... Dr. Harold Ross
with:
Seth Isler ............. Larry Marcetti
Christopher Morley ..... Celeste
Bob Ross ............... Foreman
Hooker is in the line of fire of a crazed killer - but it's
Romano and his cop girlfriend who are hurt the worst.

3.07 [55] T.J. Hooker: MODEL FOR MURDER
prod. no. 181681
24Nov84
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Janis Hendler
directed by Harry Falk
guest stars
Clive Revill (as Andre Bender)
Deborah Mullowney (as Nicole)
Ben Piazza (as Peter Weston)
special appearance by
Karen Kamon
singing 'Da Doo Ron Ron'
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Christie Claridge ...... Jennifer
Mickey JOnes ........... Bowman
Lynn Herring ........... Randy
Joan Benedict .......... Mary
Robert Miano ........... (Ernie) Hanks
Featuring:
David O. Cameron ....... Ziggy
Timothy McNutt ......... Davy
Kent DeMarch ........... Simone
Perry Cook ............. Switchman
Stacy goes undercover to discover who is reponsibly for the
grisly deaths of two fashion models.

3.08 [56] T.J. Hooker: A KIND OF RAGE
prod. no. 181669
1Dec84
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Rick Kelbaugh
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Anne Seymour (as Millie Jensen)
Heather Menzies (as Dr. Kincaid)
Hugh Farrington (as Det. O'Brien)(recurring)
Sands Hall (as Ms. Girard)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe Horvath .......... Billboard
David Crowley ........ The Strangler
Featuring:
Freeman King .......... Glover
Andrea Lloyd .......... Mandy
Robert Covarrubias .... Cuban
Hooker is on the hunt for a crazed killer who has been
stranging homeless women.

3.09 [57] T.J. Hooker: THE CONFESSION
<prod. no. 181672>
15Dec84
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Paul B. Margolis
directed by Georg Fenady
Guest Stars:
Dorothy Fielding (as Beth Harrison)
Paul Koslo (as Pyro)
Bernard Behrens (as Father Johanson)
Robert Pastorelli (as Dancer)
Hugh Farrington (as O'Brien)(recurring)
J.A. Preston
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Anne Bellamy ............ the Woman
Betty Ann Carr .......... Betty
Featuring:
Larry Marko ............. Khristie
Michael Masters ......... Tiny
Benjamin Gregory ........ Sean
Candace Cameron ......... Tina
Lawrence Hunter ......... Robert
Garret Davis ............ Jailor
Hooker tries to persaude to persuade a female Episcopal
priest to testify against the man who raped her.

3.10 [58] T.J. Hooker: GRAND THEFT AUTO
29Dec84
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by B. W. Sandefur
Directed by Sidney Hayers
Guest Stars:
Tori Spelling (as Toni)
Miguel Fernandes (as Rafe Kosinski)
Delta Burke (as Diana Polnoi)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Victor Rendina ....... Mikalis Bandal
Mindi Iden ........... Jennifer
Paul Michael ......... Victor Polnoi
Sharon Hughes ........ Gilda
Robert Miranda ....... Arturo Buccoli
Vincent Palmieri ..... Vartan
Featuring:
John Hostetter ....... Bus Driver
Jody Gibson .......... Parking Lot Attendant
Janet Clark .......... Elderly Lady at Bus Stop
The theft of Romano's precious Porsche brings hooker into
an unusual relationship with a ten-year old girl (Tori Spelling)

3.11 [59] T.J. Hooker: STREET BAIT
<prod. no. 181674>
5Jan85
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Judy Burns
directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
guest stars
Scott Jaeck (as Dave Manetti)
Hugh Farrington (as O'Brien)(recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sharee Gregory ....... Karen Mitchell
Stephen Nichols ...... Tony Perino
Brian Farrell ........ Bryan Jenkins
David Winn ........... Vic Farrow
Featuring:
Kelly Minter ......... Kelly
Betty Ann Carr ....... Betty
Melinda Mays ......... Corey Williams
Cynthia Sprink ....... Cynthia
John Hawker .......... Edwards
Stacy goes undercover as a salesgirl to trap a killer who
finds his victims in a shopping mall

3.12 [60] T.J. Hooker: THE SURROGATE
12Jan85
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Joe Gunn & Judy Burns
Directed by Bruce Seth Green
Guest Stars:
Belinda Montgomery (as Dr. Sandy Roberts)
Tracy Reed (as Dotty)
And:
Wyatt Knight (as Craig Warfield)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sam Chew, Jr. ......... Dave Farrell
Kathryn Daley ......... Andrea Farrell
Jim Alquist ........... Deke Martin
Georganne La Piere .... Janet Mobley
Laurence Haddon ....... Patrick Begley
Featuring:
Patrick Pankhurst ..... Mike Green
Kathy Francour ........ Mrs. Martin
Dennis Lee Daggett .... Turtle Race Announcer
Hoooker helps a radio talk show host (Belinda Montgomery)
to track down a murderer whose victims have all called in
to the host's show.
NOTE: The final shoot-out in the hall of mirrors was inspired
by the 1948 film 'The Lady from Shanghai' directed by
and starring Orson Welles, with Everett Sloane.

3.13 [61] T.J. Hooker: TRACKDOWN
<prod. no. 181684>
26Jan85
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by Reza Badiyi
Guest Stars:
Cindy Fisher (as Yvonne Winslow)
Robert Hooks (as Det. Joe Fisher)
And:
Richard Hatch (as Robert Marshall)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mark Tymchyshyn ....... Lee Winslow
Teri Ann Linn ......... Mary Ann Price
Joe Farago ............ FBI Agent Martinez
Vince McKewin ......... Hotel Security Chief
Featuring:
Jose Flores ........... Leader
Stuart K. Robinson .... Attendant
Tonyo Melendez ........ Security Officer
Hooker uses Stacy as bait for a psychopathic killer

3.14 [62] T.J. Hooker: OUTCALL
2Feb85
<prod. no. 181684>
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Dick Nelson
Directed by Larry Elikann
Guest Stars:
Kim Miyori (as Nicki)
Barbara Luna (as Barbara)
Soon-Teck Oh (as Nguyen Chi)
Clyde Kusatsu (as Tran Tam)
Hugh Farrington (as O'Brien)(recurring)
And:
William Smith (as Blood)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robin Evans ............ Lila
Lucinda Crosby ......... Carla
Jesse Dizon ............ Khai Du
Featuring:
James Lew .............. Ton Li
Elizabeth Reiko Kubota . Mai
Johnny Crear ........... Conventioner
Hooker, again in Chinatown, races to save Stacy's life when
her undercover role as a masseuse in an outcall prostitution
operation draws the attention of murderous gangsters

3.15 [63] T.J. Hooker: THE BRIBE
9Feb85
<prod. no. 181666>
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
Director of Photography Emil Oster, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Barbara Horan (as April DeMarco)
James O'Sullivan (as Lt. Merit)
And:
Joe Santos (as Thomas Castle)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert O'Reilly ........ Sheehan
Harrison Fambro Page ... Fallon
Lee Ryan ............... Jack Garris
Linda Salcedo .......... Amelia Chacon
Jonathan Terry ......... Dept. Director Rivera
Featuring:
Derek Partridge ........ Croupier
Cathy McAuley .......... Karen Wilkins
Hooker is accused of corruption.

3.16 [64] T.J. Hooker: LOVE STORY
16Feb85
<prod. no. 181685>
Produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / Co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Stephen Downing & Judy Burns
Directed by Ray Danton
Guest Stars:
Michelle Phillips (as Teri Sherman)
Jeffrey Josephson (as Simpson)
Susan Walden (as Laura Benson)
And:
Tara Buckman (as Dorothy Unger)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Miguel Ferrer ....... Sonny Unger
Tom Everett ......... Billy Joe Walker
Kim Sudol ........... Elizabeth Woods
Featuring:
Lloyd Kino .......... Charlie Wong
Patti Yasutake ...... Suzie
Hooker goes on the hunt for a rapist.

3.17 [65] T.J. Hooker: HOLLYWOOD STARR
23Feb85
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Rick Husky & Stephen Downing
Directed by Winrich Kolbe and William Shatner
Special Guest Star:
Sharon Stone (as Dani Starr)
Guest Stars:
James Luisi (as Vincent Hazzard)
Mary-Margaret Humes (as Chris Wild)
Jonathan Goldsmith (as Gable)
Stewart Moss (as Alan Hartman)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Arthur Taxier ......... Tony Carbo
Madison Arnold ........ Vic Kolt
Art Kimbro ............ Jamison
Frank Doubleday ....... Gunman
JoAnn Willette ........ Andrea Kolt
Eric Server ........... Jake Moreno
Martin Cassidy ........ Cassidy
Featuring:
Gwen Van Dam .......... Woman Hostage
Charles Picerni ....... Ennis
Bruce Tuthill ......... Hulk
*
Songs:
"Hollywood Starr"
w: Steve Sullivan & Myrna-Smith Schilling
Sung by Paulette McWilliams
"Can't Hide Your Passion"
w: Steve Sullivan & Myrna-Smith Schilling
Sung by Van Ross Redding
"Hold Me"
w: Carl Wilson & Myrna-Smith Schilling
Sung by Carl Wilson
Synopsis:
A seemingly simple arrest plunges Hooker and Starr into
a dangerous probe of organised crime, the adult movie
trade and a huge diamond heist.

3.18 [66] T.J. Hooker: SANCTUARY (siege episode)
2Mar85
<prod. no. 181687>
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by William Shatner
Guest Stars:
Marcy Lafferty (as Rita Holmes)
Michael Bond (as Father Connors)
Paul Mantee (as Lt. Harrison)
Brad Engish
And:
Michael Callan (as Tom Randall)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Chick Vennera ......... Bram
Suandra Sharp ......... Alicia Martin
Betsy Baker ........... Marcy
Featuring:
JoMarie Ward .......... Mary Waters
Bobby Justin .......... Paramedic #1
Devin Sloane .......... Bill Kegan
Hooker is forced to summon a SWAT team and negotiate with a
trio of desperate murderers when they take Stacy and a badly
wound Corrigan hostage.

3.19 [67] T.J. Hooker: HOMECOMING
<prod. no. 181688>
9Mar85
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Rick Husky
Directed by Kenneth R. Koch
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Kitty Moffat
Hugh Farrington (as Lt. O'Brien)(recurring)
Simone Griffeth (as Stephanie Paton)
Janice Heiden
Andre Gower (as Tommy)(Hooker'son)
Jennifer Beck (as Chrissie) (Hooker's daughter)
Gerald S. O'Loughlin (as Don Burnett)
Special Guest Star:
Clarence Williams III (as Redding)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jeffrey Osterhage .... Dale Hunter
Susan Powell .......... Dr. Irene Cavelli
Al Fann ............... Frank Grote
Richard Delmonte ...... Jim Rourke
Featuring:
Martha Gallub ......... Passenger Supervisor
Jim Poslof ............ Terry Stafford
Hooker's children arive for a visit, but the vacation is
interrupted by his investigation of a racetrack heist in
which a young officer is killed.

3.20 [68] T.J. Hooker: SERIAL MURDERS
<prod. no. 181675>
16Mar85
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by Adrian Spies & Chester Krumholtz
directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Stars
Daryl Anderson (as Ron Burnett)
Joel Polis (as John Jenkins)
And:
Molly Cheek (as Leigh Stockwell)
*
Co-Starring : (end credits)
Joey Gian ................. Dave Walker
Jeanne Fitzsimmons-Harte .. Kimberly Johnson
Eve McVeagh ............... Manager
Kirk Scott ................ William Daniels
Featuring:
Cynthia Steele ............ Lindsey Daniels
Gordon Clark .............. Organist
Cheryl McMannis ........... Patsy Evans
A female cop (Molly Cheek) is addicted to cocaine.

3.21 [69] T.J. Hooker: LAG TIME (NOT verified)
<prod. no. 181677>
23Mar85
produced by Mark Rodgers and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
written by William Keys & Rick Kelbaugh
directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
guest stars
Lauren Tewes .................. Cynthia Randolph
Marjoe Gortner ................ Jack Lewis
Kenneth Grey .................. Shaeffer
Ebbe Roe Smith ................ Ellison
Paul Tuerpe ................... Caswell
Synopsis:
Romano's night class teacher is not what she seems.

3.22 [70] T.J. Hooker: THE THROWAWAY
<prod. no. 181680>
6Apr85
produced by Stephen Downing and Chuck Bowman / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by James J. Docherty & Judy Burns
Directed by William Shatner
Director of Photography Jack Swain, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
George McDaniel (as Shay Sturges)
Caroline Lagerfelt (as Julia)
and:
Paul Kent (as Lt. Frank Anderson)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Karl Johnson .......... Greek
Buddy Joe Hooker ...... Mike Donovan
John Walcutt .......... Greg Stuart
Nicholas Mele ......... Jess Parish
Michael Rider ......... Willy Donovan
Featuring:
Phil Weyland .......... Customer
Heidi Sorenson ........ Young Woman
Jim West .............. Heckler
Hooker fights to prove Corrigan's innocence when he is
accused of shooting an unarmed man.

3.23 [71] T.J. Hooker: THE CHICAGO CONNECTION
(a.k.a. "My Kind of Town")
<prod. no. 181690>
4May85
Filmed in Chicago and The Burbank Studios
Produced by Bernie Kukoff and Steve Kline / co-producer Kenneth R.Koch
Written by Bernie Kukoff & Steve Kline
Directed by Michael Lange
Director of Photography Frank E. Johnson
Guest Stars:
Jordan Charney (as Capt. Pankowitz)
Jesse Welles (as Roz)
Lynne Moody (as Nadine)
Bobby Ramsen (as Louie)
Vic Polizos (as Ruby Steiger)
Bruce A. Jarchow
special guest star
Charlie Barnett ......... Det. Sidney P. Stover
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard Biggs ......... Frawley
J.D. Hall ............. Bartender
John Mahon ............ Mr. Zewecki
Nicholas Mele ......... Freddie Lanier
Frank Wagner .......... Detective Fryberg
Brooks Gardner ........ Hogan
Featuring:
Leelai Demoz .......... Jimmy
Michael Stoyanov ...... Ray
Nick Kusenko .......... Detective #1
Ron Dean .............. Detective #2
Ernest Perry, Jr ...... Man in Line
Kris Martin ........... Doorman
D.V. de Vincentis ..... Youth
Ronald Carter ......... Kid
Hooker teams up with an irreverent young detective in
Chicago. This episode looked like a pilot for a proposed
spin-off series to star Charlie Barnett as Det. Stover.
This episode was very funny, with Shatner at his comic best
- however the series never materialised

Adrian Zmed as Vince Romano left towards the end of season 4

############### T. J. Hooker #################
############## end of season 3 ###############
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