Belker and LaRue learn that Washington was set up by someone in the station house; the long overdue cash payroll is hijacked; Joyce meets a really nice purse snatcher; and Furillo finds Jesus Martinez behind bars.
Washington goes undercover on Benedetto's loan shark scheme; Hill and Renko, desperate for cash since the payroll talks are stalled, find a suitcase full of temptation; and LaRue tries to clean up in the body parts pool for the missing Buddy Genett.
The brutal Benedetto comes to the Hill on a loan sharking assignment; Furillo and Goldblume question a murder suspect who may have multiple personalities.
Bates poses as a bus driver; LaRue continues to groom Vic Hitler for his debut; Daniels is ready to sacrifice Coffey to quiet public opinion; and Furillo and Davenport take a major step in their lives.
Coroner Nydorf offers to fix things when Coffey is accused of killing a prisoner in custody; LaRue develops another scheme to make money out of a comic named Vic Hitler; Joyce decides her future.
LaRue makes a fool of himself with some high school girls; a talkative comic is brought in on numerous parking tickets; Goldblume and Calletano clash over seniority and rank; and Coffey is forced to deal roughly with a man tripping on PCP.
The courts settle Daniels' crime operation; Furillo questions Joyce about her interview at the Justice Department; LaRue imports a surplus tank; and Fay gets herself arrested so she can confront Judge Grogan about the paternity of her expected child.
Furillo clashes with Daniels over a new crime sweep; Renko rescues people from a burning building; Goldblume feels helpless to help the sad young woman threatened by her boyfriend; and Joyce has an interview with the Justice Department.
A veteran cop's daughter is raped; Hunter looks for the rat that bit Daniels; Bates and Coffey answer a call about a survivalist; and Renko gets busted down to a moped and traffic ticket duty.
An armored-car robbery nets a long sought political radical and everyone tries a new takeout Chinese restaurant.
Washington's guilt over shooting a bystander resurfaces; Hill's vagabond father pays a visit; Belker goes undercover as Santa Claus; and Bates spends the holiday in the hospital.
The governor's dog is found; Eddie's role as an informant is revealed; Furillo tries to stop Nydorf the coroner from testifying; Crawford decides on his future course as a policeman.
Belker makes a bust while picking up a ring at a jewelry store; Furillo tries to make a murder case without a body or autopsy report; the Phantom strikes one final time; and a terrified Eddie implicates his lover in a vicious drug murder.
The governor's dog is stolen; Renko and Theresa quarrel at a party; six rookies face hazing; LaRue and Washington try to chase down an autopsy report; and Eddie Gregg becomes Belker's snitch.
LaRue and Washington open Maizel's safety deposit box and find evidence of his corruption; Bates and Coffey try to help an abused child with her baby; and Belker ends his insurance scam investigation with a visit to Hill's doctor.
Belker goes undercover to investigate a scam using bums to collect injury insurance benefits; Coffey tries to relate to a Vietnam vet suffering from traumatic stress; and Daniels orders Furillo to cut off Fuchs from the Maizel homicide investigation.
Amid corruption, gang warfare, divorce and the murder of a promising young public defender, keeping the peace has never been this complicated or this chaotic for Captain Frank Furillo and Hill Street?s men and women in blue.
The TV cop show that gave television viewers a realistic glimpse into the daily lives of the officers and detectives at an urban police station.
Amid corruption, gang warfare and murder, keeping the peace has never been this complicated for Hill Street's men and women in blue.
Before "NYPD Blue" and "The Shield" came "Hill Street Blues," the series that revolutionized the TV cop show by giving television viewers a realistic glimpse into the daily lives of the officers and detectives at an urban police station.