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Hill Street Blues/Heat Rash

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Heat Rash
Season 3, Episode 3
Airdate October 14, 1982
Production Number 2409
Writer(s) Anthony Yerkovich
Jeffrey Lewis
Michael Wagner
Director(s) David Anspaugh
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Heat Rash is the third episode of the third season of Hill Street Blues, and the thirty-eighth episode overall.

Guest Starring: Leo Rossi (Jon Gennaro), Robert Gray (Mr. Smith), Margot Rose (Katy Bambridge), Jon Cypher (Chief Daniels), Michael Fairman (Arnold Detweiler), Trinidad Silva (Jesus Martinez)

Co-Starring: Floyd Levine (Tom Petowski), Mario Gallo (Superintendent), Mace (Street Lord), Jesse D. Goins (Cookie Marcel), David Caruso (Shamrock), Robert Hirschfeld (Leo), Troy Curvey (Dudley R. Hicks), Guillermo San Juan (Gypsy Boy), Armin Shimerman (Phone Man), Sumant (Dr. Singh)

With: Michael Lamont (Waiter), Gary Miller (Ballantine), Sam Ingraffia (Medic), Robin Coleman (Officer Coley), Phil Peters (Officer Lyle)

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Plot Overview

An action movie star asks to follow Belker. Bates and Coffey arrest a guy who thinks he is an ET. Hunter tells Furillo that he may have cancer. Furillo looks into an allegation made against his precinct by a disgraced captain who committed suicide. Hill and Renko make a drunk driving arrest on a councilman that is quickly overturned by Chief Daniels.

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