Martin hosts a '70s contest. ANTONIO FARGAS, ISAAC HAYES, RUDY RAY MOORE, OUTKAST, COOLIO, PAM GRIER and others guests star as themselves.
Famed attorney William M. Kunstler is hired to defend a female political activist who went underground 20 years ago to avoid murder charges.
White Rabbit: Famed attorney William M. Kunstler (guest starring as himself) is hired to defend a female political activist.
A nun is murdered, and her protégé must reveal a sordid link in her past to solve the crime.Jamey Sheridan and Courtney B. Vance also star. Cuban Link guest stars.
A newborn is found dead in a sewer. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) go to a nearby apartment to question a very pregnant woman, but she's found dead. The woman, Brianna Morris, was going to give her baby up to Ron (Jack Gilpin) and Kelly (Barbara Garrick) Wolcott, who were excited about the adoption. But Ron found out Brianna had second thoughts about keeping the baby.
When the cave is attacked, can Artemis and Robin -- the two teens without superpowers -- save the team (or even themselves) from the unknown invaders?
When friends from Helen's high school days make Tom feel out of place in his own hone, he makes the mistake of turning to George for help.
Starsky and Hutch's confidant, Huggy Bear, becomes a target for murder when he is robbed of $50,000 before he can return the "hot" money to the racketeer from whom it was stolen in "Kill Huggy Bear." After holding up a candy store, Huggy's crooked friend, Dewey Hughes, dis-covers he has grabbed a fortune from what is obviously a front for a big time numbers operation. Realizing he has stepped on some dangerous toes, Dewey persuades Huggy to contact racketeer Lou Malinda, explain the mistake, return the money to Malinda and thus get Dewey off the hook. But Huggy gets mugged and is faced with an ultimatum from Malinda to get the money up or get killed.
Starsky and Hutch's confidant, Huggy Bear, becomes a target for murder when he is robbed of $50,000 before he can return the "hot" money to the racketeer from whom it was stolen in "Kill Huggy Bear."
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