List of Hill Street Blues Episodes

List Of Hill Street Blues Episodes

This is a list of episodes for Hill Street Blues. The series first aired on NBC in 1981 and ran for 146 episodes into 1987.

Read more about List Of Hill Street Blues EpisodesOriginal US Air Dates, Season 1: 1981, Season 2: 1981–1982, Season 3: 1982–1983, Season 4: 1983–1984, Season 5: 1984–1985, Season 6: 1985–1986, Season 7: 1986–1987

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List Of Hill Street Blues Episodes - Season 7: 1986–1987
... Episode title Air date Overview 125 Suitcase Thursday, October 2, 1986 A suitcase, stolen after a light aircraft crash, containing a large shipment of ... (Appears to be self-contained, but in fact this plot-line returns in the final two episodes of the series.) Belker is undercover among homeless people looking into a scam ... With the public defenders on strike, the blues have to use discretion in making borderline arrests as the station overflows with suspects ...

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