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Hill Street Blues/A Hair of the Dog

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A Hair of the Dog
Season 3, Episode 9
Airdate November 25, 1982
Production Number 2413
Writer(s) Steven Bochco
Anthony Yerkovich
Michael Wagner
Director(s) Gregory Hoblit
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A Hair of the Dog is the ninth episode of the third season of Hill Street Blues, and the forty-fourth episode overall.

Guest Starring: Pat Corley (Wally Nydorf), Charles Levin (Eddie Gregg), Helen Shaver (Teresa), Donnelly Rhodes (Paul Grogan), Franklyn Seales (Crawford), Jon Cypher (Chief Daniels), Trinidad Silva (Jesus Martinez), Kenneth Kimmins (Mr. Anderson), Lynne Moody (Marty Nichols)

Co-Starring: Lisa Sutton (Robin Tattaglia), Fausto Bara (Tom Hernandez), Ken Foree (Bubba Edwards), Betty McGuire (Trudy Sandler), Martin Garner (Pawnbroker), Robert Hirschfeld (Leo), Peter Lownds (Pete Dorsey), Charles Lanyer (Man with Guitar), David Caruso (Shamrock), Mace (Pagano), Troy Curvey (Dudley R. Hicks)

With: Marco Rodriguez (Drug Addict), Nick Savage (Pickpocket), Eric Whitman (Doug), Will Gill, Jr. (Car Owner), Pat Benson (Woman Onlooker), Julius J. Carry III (Customer), Barry Cutler (Kosich), Andy Goldberg (Gradsky), Donald Carter (Governor Sandler), Mimi Seton (Prisoner)

Contents

Plot Overview

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.

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