Hill Street Blues, The Complete Series

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A groundbreaking, acclaimed series, Hill Street Blues centers on the sometimes tenuous relationship between an urbanpolice precinct and the people they are sworn to protect. Set in the heart of a racially-torn metropolis, each episode follows a day in the life of the show’s compelling characters, who struggle to balance their personal and professional lives, as they fight against crime. Hill Street Blues, The Complete Series Wiki

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The lives and work of the staff of an inner city police precinct.

Episode TitleTime
Season 1, Episode 1: Hill Street Station 1:36:42
Season 1, Episode 2: Presidential Fever49:38
Season 1, Episode 3: Politics As Usual49:40
Season 1, Episode 4: Can World War III Be an Attitude?49:27
Season 1, Episode 5: Dressed to Kill49:32
Season 1, Episode 6: Film At Eleven49:40
Season 1, Episode 7: Choice Cut49:40
Season 1, Episode 8: Up in Arms48:17
Season 1, Episode 9: Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind49:38
Season 1, Episode 10: Gatorbait49:12
Season 1, Episode 11: Life, Death, Eternity, Etc.49:10
Season 1, Episode 12: I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin49:12
Season 1, Episode 13: Fecund Hand Rose49:10
Season 1, Episode 14: Rites of Spring, Pt. 148:18
Season 1, Episode 15: Rites of Spring, Pt. 248:39
Season 1, Episode 16: Jungle Madness, Pt. 148:04
Season 1, Episode 17: Jungle Madness, Pt. 247:52
Season 2, Episode 1: Hearts and Minds48:33
Season 2, Episode 2: Blood Money48:55
Season 2, Episode 3: The Last White Man On East Ferry Avenue47:49
Season 2, Episode 4: The Second Oldest Profession48:59
Season 2, Episode 5: Fruits of the Poisonous Tree49:16
Season 2, Episode 6: Cranky Streets48:47
Season 2, Episode 7: Chipped Beef48:01
Season 2, Episode 8: The World According to Freedom47:57
Season 2, Episode 9: Pestolozzi's Revenge49:19
Season 2, Episode 10: The Spy Who Came in from Delgado49:12
Season 2, Episode 11: Freedom's Last Stand49:16
Season 2, Episode 12: Of Mouse and Man48:43
Season 2, Episode 13: Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement49:14
Season 2, Episode 14: The Young, the Beautiful and the Degraded49:20
Season 2, Episode 15: Some Like It Hot-Wired48:49
Season 2, Episode 16: Personal Foul49:23
Season 2, Episode 17: Shooter48:01
Season 2, Episode 18: Invasion of the Third World Body Snatchers49:18
Season 3, Episode 1: Trial By Fury49:11
Season 3, Episode 2: Domestic Beef49:11
Season 3, Episode 3: Heat Rash49:06
Season 3, Episode 4: Rain of Terror49:13
Season 3, Episode 5: Officer of the Year48:44
Season 3, Episode 6: Stan the Man49:13
Season 3, Episode 7: Little Boil Blue49:04
Season 3, Episode 8: Requiem for a Hairbag48:59
Season 3, Episode 9: A Hair of the Dog49:03
Season 3, Episode 10: Phantom of the Hill49:03
Season 3, Episode 11: No Body's Perfect49:03
Season 3, Episode 12: Santaclaustrophobia49:03
Season 3, Episode 13: Gung Ho49:04
Season 3, Episode 14: Moon Over Uranus49:05
Season 3, Episode 15: Moon Over Uranus: The Sequel48:55
Captain Frank Furillo of the Hill Street police station has his hands full handling his ex-wife, an explosive hostage standoff, and a shooting that involves two of his best cops.
Captain Furillo summons the heads of the various local gangs in an attempt to ensure their peaceful "cooperation" during a visit by the President of the United States.
As the gang negotiations continue, cop Johnny LaRue gets in trouble after accepting a bribe from a drug-dealing fellow cop, and Furillo's ex-wife is busted for possession of marijuana.
The cops on the Hill face the possibility of an all-out assault from the local gangs after the President cancels his visit and then the electricity goes out and the phones go dead.
As Furillo continues to try to exonerate Johnny LaRue, Officer Hill and Officer Belker go undercover in drag in order to catch a rapist terrorizing a local park.
Furillo continues to search for the suspect who wounded Hill and Renko even as the two officers deal with a voodoo-spouting woman, and Belker confronts a man who claims he's a vampire.
Furillo not only has to deal with a gang leader who has hostages, but he must also rein in the trigger-happy commander of the precinct's EATers (Emergency Action Team) squad.
As Furillo tries to calm angry storeowners who feel the police haven't done enough to keep their businesses safe, Sgt. Esterhaus receives a cryptic note from a menacing ex-con.
LaRue gets in trouble for putting the moves on a beautiful television reporter while Furillo deals with the aftermath of a deadly shootout between the vigilante storeowners and a local gang.
As rumor circulates on the Hill that Furillo will be promoted to division commander, LaRue and Washington decide to liven up the precinct’s annual search for alligators in the city sewers.
Furillo jeopardizes his promotion with an investigation that may tie the death of a 15-year-old prostitute to a local councilman, and LaRue tries to fund his proposed "saloondromat."
Hunter finally convinces the department to purchase a new flame-throwing attack tank for his EATers squad only to have it stolen after he leaves the keys in the ignition.
Furillo angrily strikes a deal with a dirty cop in order to clear LaRue while Sgt. Esterhaus has second thoughts about his upcoming marriage after his ex-girlfriend shows up.
Hill and Renko arrest a young mother who regularly abandons her two young toddlers and everyone at the station watches with interest as a brutal vice cop is investigated for a fourth time.
LaRue's excessive drinking on the job catches up with him, and Goldblume considers retiring as his son's health deteriorates and his thankless job finally gets to him.
Washington unearths evidence to clear a bigoted narcotics cop, unaware that the police brass plan to let the officer "fry" in order to placate the outraged black community.
Furillo and Davenport's plans for a romantic getaway have to be cancelled after a tragic shooting involving Officers Bates and Officer Coffey.
Captain Furillo parlays with Jesse John Hudson, a powerful ex-gang leader whose dubious rhetoric of community involvement and self-help seems to mask more sinister intentions.
Detective Washington investigates the murder of a prostitute, and when a huge cache of weapons is stolen, Furillo suspects that Hudson is behind it.
A distraught Belker blames Furillo when an undercover cop is killed, while hostage negotiator Goldblume has his hands full with a man who has barricaded himself in his house after killing a neighborhood youth.
Against her better judgment, Officer Bates allows a drug-addicted prostitute to shoot up before hauling her in, but when the prostitute overdoses and nearly dies, Bates is subject to condescension and derision from her fellow officers.
Washington and La Rue are accused of entrapment, and a major gang war seems imminent when a ten-year-old girl is accidentally killed in a drive-by shooting.
Hill is caught in the middle of a cover-up when his old friend Officer Nash uses excessive force during an arrest, and emotions run high when contract negotiations between the police union and the city council come to a standstill.
Furillo confronts Hill, Coffey, and Renko about the Nash cover-up, and a good samaritan faces arrest on an out-of-state warrant after saving Renko. Meanwhile, Belker goes undercover as a Hasidic rabbi to catch a gang of ATM robbers.
An enraged Frank rounds up a veritable rogues' gallery of gang leaders after a bloody massacre at a sleazy night club, and Belker is confounded by Captain Freedom, a self-styled superhero who unintentionally interferes with an arrest.
Furillo risks perjury when he's subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury that is probing police corruption. Renko fumes when his service revolver is stolen, and Captain Freedom reappears to help thwart a robbery.
Frank considers hiring an attorney when the grand jury investigation heats up. Renko, Hill and Belker go undercover at a popular restaurant, and Lt. Calletano is suspicious of a beautiful civilian clerk who comes to work at the station.
After testifying for a second time, a fed-up Furillo threatens to resign, and Captain Freedom meets with an untimely end when he shows up in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Joyce is devastated when she learns that her friend, Public Defender Pam Gillian, has been slain, and Hill's election as vice-president of the Black Officers Coalition places a strain on his partnership with Renko.
Due to a minor technicality, the murder weapon in the Gillian case must be thrown out as evidence, and La Rue falls off the wagon, jeopardizing Washington's life by showing up drunk at a drug bust.
Bogus witnesses scurry to collect the reward offered for information leading to the arrest of Pam Gillian's killer, and Belker laments the loss of his youth after losing a suspect in a foot chase. Meanwhile, La Rue's alcoholic transgression gets him demoted to the motor pool.
Outraged by the injustice of the Gillian case, Joyce threatens to quit the Public Defender's Office, while Belker and Washington bust a ring of car thieves.
Fists, elbows, and tempers fly, both on the court and in the bleachers, when the Hill Streeters take on a team of gang bangers in a charity basketball game. Belker stakes out a seedy X-rated theater.
An investigation reveals that the gun used to murder a street cop was stolen from the police property department, and Renko learns that his cancer-stricken father has been hospitalized.
The hearse containing the corpse of Renko's father is bizarrely commandeered, while Belker goes undercover as a derelict to catch a slasher. Joyce's faith in her job is renewed as she defends a young man accused of rape.
Furillo throws away the rule book when two young men rape and murder a nun during a church robbery; Belker befriends gay prostitute Eddie Gregg; Calletano faces a tax audit; and Joyce feels helpless as public opinion works to destroy her client.
Belker forgets his mother's birthday; Hill and Renko look into urban cattle rustling; LaRue and Washington apply for jobs in the Bahamas; and Furillo sits on a board of rights for a fellow captain accused of neglecting his duties.
Hill and Renko arrest councilman Detweiler for drunken driving; Belker is joined by actor Jon Gennaro on his undercover job; Fay goes to work as a crime reporter for an advertising weekly; and Furillo looks into the charges made against his men by a bitter Lou Hogan.
Gennaro accompanies Belker on a drug buy; LaRue and Washington set up two patrolmen accused by Hogan of stealing from burglary victims; Renko's birthday is less than happy; and Furillo uses his favor to Detweiler to save Goldblume's job when Hogan's accusations prove partially correct.
Joyce humiliates an unprepared Bates on the witness stand; Renko pushes an assault victim to press charges; Furillo's son is missing; and Calletano expresses his true feelings at a luncheon honoring him as the Hispanic Officer of the Year.
At a condemned building site, Hill and Renko try to persuade a black grandmother that she has to move while Goldblume tries to keep an old man afraid of his new living arrangements from jumping off; Belker thwarts a robbery while applying for a bank loan; and LaRue and Washington butt heads with a special narcotics undercover cop dealing with the same cocaine peddler.
Belker goes undercover to investigate a scam using bums to collect injury insurance benefits; Coffey tries to relate to a Vietnam vet suffering from traumatic stress; and Daniels orders Furillo to cut off Fuchs from the Maizel homicide investigation.
LaRue and Washington open Maizel's safety deposit box and find evidence of his corruption; Bates and Coffey try to help an abused child with her baby; Belker ends his insurance scam investigation with a visit to Hill's doctor; and Daniels pressures Furillo to keep quiet about Maizel.
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.
Belker makes a bust while picking up a ring at a jewelry store; Furillo tries to make a murder case without a body or autopsy report; Renko gets dumped; the Phantom strikes one final time; and a terrified Eddie implicates his lover in a vicious drug murder.
The governor's dog is found; Eddie's role as an informant is revealed; Furillo tries to stop Nydorf the coroner from testifying; Crawford decides on his future course as a policeman.
Washington's guilt over shooting a bystander resurfaces; Hill's vagabond father pays a visit; Belker goes undercover as Santa Claus; and Bates spends the holiday in the hospital.
An armored-car robbery nets a long sought political radical and everyone tries a new takeout Chinese restaurant.
A veteran cop's daughter is raped; a terrified woman asks Goldblume for help with her vindictive ex-boyfriend; Hunter looks for the rat that bit Daniels; Bates and Coffey answer a call about a survivalist; and Renko gets busted down to a moped and traffic ticket duty.
Furillo clashes with Daniels over a new crime sweep; Renko rescues people from a burning building; Goldblume feels helpless to help the sad young woman threatened by her boyfriend; Hill puts Benedetto in his place; and Joyce has an interview with the Justice Department.

Hill Street Blues, The Complete Series Comments & Critics

Hill Street Blues, The Complete Series Reviews

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- CC incorrect.....not good if you are disabled.2 star

Really ITunes?Your unable to fix this with all your technology....two stars for Apple,four stars for Hill Street Blues.

- Seasons 1-3 not in HD2 star

Buyer beware - seasons 4-7 are new HD transfers, but seasons 1-3 are old standard definition transfers. For some strange reason they didn't upgrade those episodes to HD.

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Why Nickname? - Great Series, but All Episodes SD4 star

Was hoping the Complete Series would include the best quality available, so Seasons 1 to 3in SD and Season 4 and up in HD, but it is SD for all seasons, which makes the individual Seasons 4 and up in HD a better choice.

Screwed123$ - Iconic series5 star

This show was groundbreaking when it came out and served as the template for so many that came later.

Lumcurl - Part HD.1 star

The first three seasons aren’t in HD. Wait until the entire series has been upticked to HD; it makes a big difference.

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