Hunter/Under Suspicion

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Under Suspicion
Season 7, Episode 14
Airdate January 16, 1991
Production Number 5715
Written by Daniel Chodos
Directed by Gus Trikonis
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Under Suspicion is the fourteenth episode of the seventh season of Hunter, and the one hundred forty-fifth episode overall.

Starring: Fred Dryer (Sgt. Rick Hunter), Lauren Lane (Sgt. Chris Novak), Courtney Barilla (Allison Novak)

Also Starring: Charles Hallahan (Captain Charles Devane)

Guest Stars: Gregory-Alan Williams (Officer Peter Hawkins), Teresa Ganzel (Lois Lord), Jeff Silverman (Ken Lord), Danny Woodburn (Bud), Robert Schuch (McArthur), Christopher Morley (Mr. Stevens), Barry Doe (Jean)

and Brion James (Thomas Duffy)

Co-Starring: Vivian Paxton (The Secretary in Bar), Rick Prieto (Ruiz), Alex Zonn (Bartender), Clint Carmichael (Hank), Joe Bucci (Officer Righetti)

Featuring: Carrie Hall (Forensic Technician), David Snizek (Bar Customer) Adele Malis-Morey (Bar Customer), Robert Dowdell (Motel Manager), Philip Sheppard (Officer Beacon)


Plot Overview

Hunter's plans for a black tie date with Novak are derailed when he's dispatched to go and pick up a bail-jumping embezzler. An ex-cop-turned-bounty hunter also is after the bail jumper, and his presence, as well as a double-cross, leads to the bail jumper getting killed. As for Novak, she and Officer Hawkins are teamed up to investigate a puzzling series of tavern burglaries, and they rightfully decide that the thief is someone who is a regular at the victimized bars.


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The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Hunter's first officer to his colleague with the Phantom of the Opera tickets is a swap for L.A. Rams tickets, which the other cop calls 'a lousy offer', which in turn causes Hunter to have a surprised look on his face. Much of Fred Dryer's football career was indeed with the Los Angeles Rams, from 1972 to 1981.

Memorable Moments