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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Starsky & Hutch' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'Starsky & Hutch':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns.)

April 30, 1975: Starsky & Hutch
Season 0, episode 1
W: William Blinn, Aaron Spelling   D: Barry Shear

With Michael Lerner (Fat Rolly), Albert Morgenstern (D.A. Mark Henderson), Michael Conrad (Cannell), Richard Ward (Captain Dobey), Gilbert Green (Frank Tallman), Carole Ita White (Gretchen Kneble), Don Billett (Steele), Gordon Jump (Vinnie), Karen Lamm (Patty), Douglas Fowley (Litah), Larry Manetti (Sian), Buddy Lester (Coley).
An unorthodox pair of tough undercover cops investigate a double homicide only to discover that they are the intended victims. Pilot for the series.

September 10, 1975: Savage Sunday
Season 1, episode 1
W: Fred Freiberger   D: Jack Starrett

With Edward Walsh (Wilbur Sloane), Bob Delegall (Gregg Morton), Arthur Peterson (Henny Wilson), Hope Summers (Sarah Wilson), Ray Vitte (Tony), Tom Castronova (Marty), Dick Wesson (Ed), Suzanne Somers (Sally Ann Sloane), Eric Kilpatrick (Huey), Dave Shelley (Geoffrey), Louis James Oliver (Ted), Skip Lowell (Billy).
Starsky and Hutch spend a frantic Sunday afternoon in pursuit of two homicidal robbers who don't know their car contains a powerful time bomb set to explode later that day.

September 17, 1975: Texas Longhorn
Season 1, episode 2
W: Michael Mann   D: Jack Starrett

With Med Flory (Zack Tyler), George Loros (Little Huey Chaco), Charles Napier (John Brown Harris), Michael Lerner (Fat Rolly), Ann Weldon (Angel), Nora Denney (Ray), Al Hansen (Sergeant), Alta Christopher (Emma Lou Tyler), Bobby Hall (Marty), Butcher Brannigan (Wrestler).
When the wife of a famous used car tycoon is slain by a pair of crazed drug addicts, Starsky and Hutch have to move fast to catch the killers before the agonized widower takes the law into his own hands.

September 24, 1975: Death Ride
Season 1, episode 3
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Gene Nelson

With Trish Mahoney (Joanne Wells), Kathleen Miller ("Joanne Wells" / Det. Linda Williams), Ben Marino (Phelps), Jeff Corey (Andrew Mello), Mary Margaret Lewis (Terry Evers), Robert Nadder (Cook), E.J. Andre (Jenson), Paul Hecht (District Attorney), Joseph Bova (George).
Driving from San Francisco with the daughter of a crime czar who has agreed to tell all when the girl arrives, Starsky and Hutch are pursued by killers.

October 1, 1975: Snowstorm
Season 1, episode 4
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Bob Kelljan

With George Dzundza (Crandell), Paul Benjamin (Detective Burke), Richard Venture (Detective Corman), Gilbert Green (Stryker), Jim Bohan (Freddie), Eric Mason (Rodgers), Bill Sorrells (Detective Kalowitz).
A million dollars worth of pure cocaine is missing after a huge drug bust, and Starsky and Hutch are accused of "going into business" by a narcotics kingpin and by members of the police department.

October 8, 1975: The Fix
Season 1, episode 5
W: Robert I. Holt   D: William Crain

With Robert Loggia (Ben Forest), Geoffrey Lewis (Allen "Monk" Philos), Leigh Christian (Jeanie Waldon), Gino Conforti (Mickey), Anthony Charnota (Coney), Macon McCalman (Officer Bernie Glassman).
Starsky goes on a frantic search for Hutch, who has been abducted and strung out on heroin by a jealous mobster whose ex-girlfriend has become romantically involved with Hutch.

October 15, 1975: Death Notice
Season 1, episode 6
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: William Crain

With Ivor Francis (Anton Rusz), Milt Kogan (Manny Birnbaum), Lenore Kasdorf (Kathi), Suzanne Charney (Ginger), Vincent Baggetta (Jerry Neilan), Roz Kelly (Francine), Walter Brooke (David Delano), Vince Martorano (Lou Posey), Chuck Bergansky (Arnold), Rosanne Katon (Sonia), Chuck Hicks (Cronia).
Two strippers are murdered after getting warning notes from a timid man who claims he sent the notes after overhearing a phone conversation in which the killings were planned.

October 22, 1975: Pariah
Season 1, episode 7
W: Michael Fisher   D: Bob Kelljan

With Stephen McNally (George Prudholm), Gregory Rozakis (Joseph Tremaine), Hilda Haynes (Eunice Craig), Graham Jarvis (City Attorney Collins), John Alderman (Cecil), Jay Fletcher (Tidings), Anitra Ford (Molly), Peter Hobbs (Coroner), James R. Parkes (Officer Lee), Frank Leo (Officer Taft), Arthur J. Monde (Officer Forest), David Scott Milton (Officer Edwards).
After shooting a homicidal youth, Starsky is put under heavy pressure when two policemen are shot by a man who warns that others will die unless Starsky is punished.

October 29, 1975: Kill Huggy Bear
Season 1, episode 8
W: Fred Freiberger   D: Michael Schultz

With Craig Sheeve (Tom), Roger Robinson (Dewey Hughes), Hamilton Camp (Lou Malinda), Gloria Edwards (Sarah Kingston), Dick Anthony Williams (Harry Martin), Don Peters (Sam), Cal Haynes (Officer Bill), Dan Howard (Jerry), Wally Taylor (Angie), Ed Cambridge (Roy Jones), Marilyn Coleman (Jennie).
Starsky and Hutch's confidant, Huggy Bear, is marked for death after being robbed of a fortune he had promised to return to a racketeer.

November 5, 1975: The Bait
Season 1, episode 9
W: James Schmerer, Don Balluck, Edward J. Lakso   D: Ivan Dixon

With Lynne Marta (Cheryl), Charles McCaulay (Danner), Akili Jones (Connie), Michael DeLano (Billy Harkness), David S. Cass (Shockley), James Karen (F.B.I. Agent Carter), Ken Scott (Sauders), Marc Alaimo (Eddie Moore), Sy Kramer (Goring).
Wearing flashy clothes, driving a Rolls Royce and using a blonde as bait, Starsky and Hutch pose as well-financed heroin dealers in order to nail the city's top dope distributor.

November 12, 1975: Lady Blue
Season 1, episode 10
W: Michael Mann   D: Don Weis

With James Keach (James "Captain Jim" Wrightwood), Quinn Redeker (Dr. Melford), Timothy Blake (Cindy), Elisha Cook Jr. (Polly), Tony Ballen (Wally), Ed Bakey (Fifth Avenue), Victor Argo (Rudy Solenko), Gene Borkan (Harvey Ritlin), Richard Karron (John Slow), Arthur Adams (Dr. Cabe), Brian Baker (Officer Marty), Denyce Liston (Karen), Lee Pulford (Officer Angie), Jim Gosa (Touhy).
Starsky and Hutch investigate the murder of an ex-policewoman who left the force to become a go-go dancer in a sleazy dive after ending a romance with Starsky.

November 19, 1975: Captain Dobey, You're Dead!
Season 1, episode 11
W: Michael Fisher   D: Michael Schultz

With William Watson (Leo Moon), Lynn Hamilton (Edith Dobey), William Traylor (Norris), Kurt Grayson (Marty Pommier), Lester Rawlins (C.J. Woodfield), Taaffe O'Connell (Lola Brenner), Lee McLaughlin (Frisco Fats), Marla Adams (Sheila), Michael Durrell (Fry), Robin Raymond (Ethel), Claire Touchstone (Rosie Dobey), Eric Sutter (Cal Dobey), Marty Davis (Doyle), Duncan McLeod (Crenshaw).
A corrupt industrialist orders the execution of Captain Dobey and his family by an escaped convict who was sent to prison by the man he is sent to kill.

November 26, 1975: Terror On The Docks
Season 1, episode 12
W: Fred Freiberger   D: Randal Kleiser

With Stephen McHattie (William "Billy" Desmond), Sheila Larken (Nancy Blake), Sarah Cunningham (Maureen Blake), Henry Olek (Rick Hauser), Garry Walberg (Earl Banks), Kenneth Tobey (Andy Wilkins), John J. Fox (Father Delacourt), Marty Zagon (Erza Beam), James Hourigan (Hans Skyler), Joe Warfield (Officer Jamieson), Robert Redding (Ted Banks), William Martel (Jerry), W.T. Zacha (Wally).
Starsky and Hutch are trying to nail the dockworker who killed an undercover police officer.

December 10, 1975: The Deadly Impostor
Season 1, episode 13
W: Michael Fisher, Parke Perine, Mann Rubin   D: Dick Moder

With Art Hindle (John Colby), Susan Gailey (Karen Karpel), Peter Brandon (Warren Karpel), Jana Bellan (Jackie), Raymond Singer (Emile Parouch), Ned Wertimer (Buckland), Louise Hoven (Fifi), Gene Darcy (Nate Garvin), Ann Foster (Abigail Crabtree), Georgina Schmidt (Maggie McMillan), Gordon Jump (Vinnie), Luke Andreas (Harvey Russo).
Starsky and Hutch agree to help a buddy who says he wants to locate his small son and ex-wife who has remarried, not knowing their friend has become a professional killer with a contract to execute his alleged ex-wife's present husband.

December 17, 1975: Shootout
Season 1, episode 14
W: David P. Harmon   D: Fernando Lamas

With Steven Keats (Joey Martin), Norman Fell (Sammy Grovner), Barbara Rhoades (Robin Morton), Steve Sandor (Jimmy Lee Carson), Albert Paulsen (Tom Lockly), Jess Walton (Theresa Defusto), Teresa Hughes (Mrs. Durant), Danny Wells (Jeru Maharaji / Harry Sample), Jan Arvan (Mr. Durnat).
Starsky and Hutch drop into an all-night restaurant where they are seized by two gangland executioners awaiting the arrival of their target, a syndicate chieftain.

January 7, 1976: The Hostages
Season 1, episode 15
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: George McCowan

With John Ritter (Tom Cole), Linda Kelsey (Ellie Cole), Will Hare (Ames), Jean Hagen (Belle Kates), Nellie Bellflower (Sweet Alice), Susan Peretz (Mary Polanski), Kristy McNichol (Meg), Mellisa Newman (Amy), Clay Tanner (Conrad), Richard Foronjy (Gibson), Madison Arnold (Tobin), Art Burns (Miller).
Starsky and Hutch try to save the lives of a young armored car driver and his captive wife.

January 14, 1976: Losing Streak
Season 1, episode 16
W: Michael Fisher   D: Don Weis

With Dane Clark (Vic Rankin), Arthur Roberts (Garth White), Zitto Kazann (Gordon Foote), Jacqueline Scott (Evelyn Rankin), Madlyn Rhue (Belinda Williams), Henry Slate (Oscar), Rozelle Gayle (Toby), Connie Lisa Marie (Orange), Adina Ross (Olivia), Gene Labell (Ernest Lemke).
A down-on-his-luck musician runs into trouble with hoodlums when he accidentally steals new and uncirculated counterfeit bills.

January 21, 1976: Silence
Season 1, episode 17
W: Parke Perine   D: George McCowan

With Carl Betz (Father Ignatius), Helena Carroll (Jessie), Jack Deleon (Herman Bessinger), Chuck McCann (Larry Horvath), Steve Kanaly (Kim), Jason Bernard (R.C. Turner).
A cop-killing safecracker posing as a priest in charge of a halfway house for ex-convicts leads Starsky and Hutch on a wild chase.

January 28, 1976: The Omaha Tiger
Season 1, episode 18
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Don Weis

With Bob Wilde (Mac Johnson), Dennis Burkley (Eddie Bell - "The Omaha Tiger"), Barbara Babcock (Ellen Forbes), Wynn Irwin (Al Taft), Mary Jo Catlett ("Terrible Tessie"), James Luisi (Carl Boyce), Thayer David (George Felton), Nicholas Worth (Carnes), Richard Kiel (Mummy), Christian Grey (Harold).
Starsky and Hutch investigate the accidental death of a concessionaire at a sports area and become involved in an old fashioned murder mystery.

February 18, 1976: Jojo
Season 1, episode 19
W: Michael Mann   D: George McCowan

With Stephen Davies (Jojo Forentic), Linda Scruggs (Linda Mascelli), Robert Riesel (Nick Dombarris), Fran Ryan (Stella), Alan Fudge (Agent Bettin), Terry Lumley (Molly), Sherry Bain (Elaine Stroud), Raymond Allen (Merl the Earl), Brad Stuart (Suikp), Jude Farese (Dixie).
Starsky and Hutch clash with federal agents when they go after a homicidal sex offender who has been given clemency.

February 25, 1976: Running
Season 1, episode 20
W: Michael Fisher   D: Don Weis

With Jan Smithers (Sharman Crane), Robert Viharo (Vern Du Bois), Lana Wood (Ella), Don Plumley (Texas Kid), Martin Azarow (Packrat), Guillermo San Juan (Kiko Ramos), Connie Lisa Marie (Orange).
While tracking a homicidal burglar who preys on street women, Starsky becomes obsessed with rehabilitating a surviving victim.

March 3, 1976: A Coffin For Starsky
Season 1, episode 21
W: Arthur Rowe   D: George McCowan

With Jenny Sullivan (Cheryl Jennings), Gene Dynarski (Vic Bellamy), Seth Allen (Janos Martini), John McLiam (Professor Jennings), Nellie Bellflower (Sweet Alice), David Byrd (Dr. Franklin), Carole Mallory (Sue Bellamy), Fritzi Burr (Mrs. Haberman), Jack Griffin (Officer Charles Collins).
Starsky is injected with a mysterious poison from which he will die in 24 hours unless the would-be killer is found and forced to divulge the ingredients of the drug.

April 21, 1976: The Bounty Hunter
Season 1, episode 22
W: Steve Fisher   D: Don Weis

With Lola Albright (Lola Turkel), Sherry Jackson (Denise Girard), Ramon Bieri (Bo Rile), Muffi Durham (Nancy), Jack Kirby (Officer Day), Victoria Ann Berry (Nina), Doodles Weaver (Eddie Hoyle), Ann Foster (Abigail Crabtree), Jon Cedar (Jerry Konig), Stanley Ralph Ross (Monty Vorhees), Zale Kessler (Herman), John C. Johnson (Officer Nedloe), Rosalind Miles (Dorothy Nedloe).
After murdering a man who tries to escape their clutches, a pair of extortionists go after the dead man's girlfriend.

September 25, 1976: The Las Vegas Strangler
Season 2, episode 1
W: Michael Fisher   D: George McCowan

With Joan Blondell (Mrs. Pruitt), Frank Converse (Jack Mitchell), Paul Burke (Lieutenant Cameron), Lynda Carter (Vicky), George Dunn (Officer O'Keefe), James Ray (Dr. Cleveland), Stymie Beard (Duke), Jayne Kennedy (Gretchen), Collette Bertrand (Glenda Hollander), Victoria Ann Berry (Sharon Flint), Roz Kelly (Iris Thayer), Darrell Fetty (Eugene Pruitt), Foster Brooks (Comic), George Tobias (Ace).
The second season starts with a two-part episode. The detectives go undercover for the Las Vegas police to find a "Jack the Ripper"-type killer whose victims are beautiful chorus girls.

September 25, 1976: The Las Vegas Strangler (2)
Season 2, episode 2
W: Michael Fisher   D: George McCowan

With Natasha Ryan (Cary), Rod Browning (Dr. Siems), Robert Lussier (Damien), Katie Hopkins Zerby (Taffy), Roz Kelly (Iris Thayer), Darrell Fetty (Eugene Pruitt), Joan Blondell (Mrs. Pruitt), Lynda Carter (Vicky), Frank Converse (Jack Mitchell), Paul Burke (Lieutenant Cameron), Seth Allen (Lantz).
The duo close in on the serial strangler who is singling out chorus girls.

October 2, 1976: Murder At Sea
Season 2, episode 3
W: Ron Friedman   D: George McCowan

With Charles Picerni (Nicky Cairo), Jean Pierre Aumont (Captain LaRue), Burr DeBenning (Officer Jansen), Jose Ferrer (Crazy Joey Fortune), Will Geer (Commodore Atwater), Lynne Marta (Helen Carnahan / Nellie Brown), Kay Medford (Edna Zelinka), Ron Moody (Officer Stafford), Robert Walden (Marty Simon), Ed Begley Jr. (Harv Schwab), Marianne Bunch (Tina), Devon Ericson (Kitty), Richard Hack (Hubert Stuffy), Richard Lee Sung (Clint Takahashi), Carole Ita White (Bertha Zelinka), Paul Picerni (Patsy Cairo), Jennifer Shaw (October Moss), Zakes Mokae (Lord Harry Percival), Gari Hardy (Lily), Timothy Himes (Eric Snow), Pepper Martin (Oxey).
The two detectives pose as Hack and Zack, entertainment directors on a cruise ship, to investigate a murder.

October 16, 1976: Gillian
Season 2, episode 5
W: Ben Masselink   D: George McCowan

With Karen Carlson (Gillian Ingram), Mike Kellin (Al Grossman), Sylvia Sidney (Olga Grossman), Doodles Weaver (Eddie Hoyle), Diana Canova (Nancy Rogers), Joanna Kerns (Joy), Richard Foronjy (Harry Blower), Marilyn Joi (Pepper), Ted Grossman (Evans).
A pretty girl creates a conflict between Starsky and Hutch when Hutch falls in love with a call girl.

October 23, 1976: Bust Amboy
Season 2, episode 6
W: Ron Friedman   D: George W. Brooks

With Art Metrano (Amboy), Chuck Bergansky (Goose), Nicholas Worth (Denny), Richard Derr (Francis Bacon Stockwood), Lisa Mordente (Mickey), Howard Honig (Chuckles), Nathan Jung (Itchy), Roger Etienne (Rogier), Trudy Marshall (Mrs. De Haven).
The two detectives zero in on a gang leader and his prostitution and book-making operation.

October 30, 1976: The Vampire
Season 2, episode 7
W: Michael Grais, Mark Victor   D: Bob Kelljan

With G.W. Bailey (Slade), Suzanne Somers (Linda Offenbecker), John Saxon (Rene Nadasy), Phil Leeds (Guybo), Frank Corsentino (Supergnat), Paula Sills (Suzette Clark), Lindsay Bloom (Jane), Colleen Camp (Bobette).
The two policemen investigate a series of deaths of young women who appear to have been killed by a vampire.

November 6, 1976: The Specialist
Season 2, episode 8
W: Robert Earll   D: Fernando Lamas

With Joel Fabiani (Alex Drew), Melendy Britt (Janice Drew), Charles Cyphers (Arthur Cole), Linda Scruggs (Sally Hagen), Denise Gordy (Hooker), Michael Twain (Officer Carl), John Zoller (Mr. McDermont), Anthony Ziggarelli (Flashy Floyd).
Under suspicion of shooting an innocent bystander, the wife of a government agent, Starsky and Hutch find their lives endangered.

November 20, 1976: Tap Dancing Her Way Right Back Into Your Hearts
Season 2, episode 9
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Fernando Lamas

With Derven Bookwalter (Carl Starger), Veronica Hamel (Marianne Tustin), Liam Sullivan (A.C. Chambers), Sondra Currie (Marsha Stearns), Audrey Christie (Ginger Evans), Dorothy Shay (Mrs. Dodsman), Nora Marlowe (Diedre).
Starsky and Hutch pose as dancers to trip up an extortion ring operating out of a dancing studio.

November 27, 1976: Vendetta
Season 2, episode 10
W: Don Patterson   D: Bob Kelljan

With Stefan Gierasch (Artie Solkin), Gary Sandy (Tommy Marlowe), M. Emmet Walsh (Lloyd Herman Eckworth), Ann Foster (Abigail Crabtree), Greg Elliot (Jimmy Shannon), Angelo Gnazzo (Desk Clerk), J. Jay Saunders (Sergeant Mike), Ginny Golden (Andrea), Paul Jabara (Billy Ryan).
Two skid row characters with a compulsion to kill set up the detectives as their next victims.

November 28, 1976: Nightmare
Season 2, episode 11
W: Steve Fisher   D: Randal Kleiser

With Gerrit Graham (Nickolas John Manning), Jerome Guardino (McDevlin), David Knapp (D.A Jason Sims), Zachary Lewis (Robert Emmet Loomis), Sparky Marcus (Tommy), Karen Morrow (Mitzi Graham), Diana Scarwid (Lisa Graham), Carl Weathers (Al Martin).
Starsky and Hutch arrest a pair of hoods for the rape of a retarded 18-year-old friend of theirs, but the case is dropped.

December 18, 1976: Iron Mike
Season 2, episode 12
W: Ron Friedman, Arthur Norman   D: Don Weis

With Michael Conrad (Captain "Iron Mike" Ferguson), Ric Mancini (Johnny Lonigan), Peter MacLean (Matt Coyle), Shannon Wilcox (Laura Lonigan), Marc Alaimo ("Skinny" Momo Mantel), Buddy Lester (Lucky Lester).
A noted police captain is seen accepting an envelope from a racketeer, which leads Starsky and Hutch to investigate how the captain compiled his incredible crime-breaking record.

December 25, 1976: Little Girl Lost
Season 2, episode 13
W: Ben Masselink   D: Earl Bellamy

With Kristy McNichol (Molly "Pete" Edwards), Matt Bennett (Flent), King Moody (Nick Edwards), Richard Dimitri (Duran), Guillermo San Juan (Kiko Ramos), Lou Cutell (Mike), Patricia Wilson (Mrs. Williams), Paul Pepper (J.J.), Ken Sidwell (Roy), Milcha Scott (Mrs. Ramos).
A 12-year-old girl is befriended by Hutch after he apprehends her for robbery.

January 1, 1977: Bloodbath
Season 2, episode 14
W: Ron Friedman   D: Paul Michael Glaser

With Aesop Aquarian (Simon Marcus), Anthony James (Luke), Frank Doubleday (Matthew), John Horn (Peter), Patricia Pearcy (Gail Harcourt), James Brown (R.J. Crow), Raymond Allen (Merl "The Earl"), William Bowers (Judge Yager), Rob Berger (Junkie), Barry Brooks (Bailiff), Thomas Scott Brown (TV Reporter), Rick Goldman (Officer).
Members of a deadly cult kidnap Starsky with the threat that he will die if their leader is not released within 24 hours.

January 15, 1977: The Psychic
Season 2, episode 15
W: Michael Mann   D: Don Weis

With George Loros (Earl Pola), Cliff Emmich (Marshall "Moo-Moo" Caifalno), Herb Voland (Joe Haymes), Allan Miller (Joe Collandra), Sylvia Anderson (Charlie Syreen), James Hong (Su Long), Michael Keenan (De Meo), Edward James Olmos (Julio Gutierrez), Charles Everett (Cha-Cha), Diane Kay (Joanna Haymes).
Starsky and Hutch visit a questionable psychic in an attempt to locate the kidnapped daughter of the owner of a professional football team.

January 22, 1977: The Set-Up (1)
Season 2, episode 16
W: Joe Reb Moffly   D: George McCowan

With Jon Korkes (Terry Nash), Heather MacRae (Debra), Darrell Zwerling (Thistleman), Eugene Roche (Dr. Stegner), Michael V. Gazzo (Joe Dunkirk), Richard Balin (Bumper), K.C. Ligon (Patty Nash), Angus Duncan (Wilson), Bruce M. Fischer (Trucker), Dennis McMullen (Oliver), Vern Rowe (Security Guard #2), Clay Tanner (Fields), Roger E. Mosley (The Black Baron).
A notorious gang leader, scheduled to testify before a grand jury, is assassinated while under the guard of Starsky and Hutch, and the confession of a young man leads them on a trail of dead ends.

January 29, 1977: The Set-Up (2)
Season 2, episode 17
W: Joe Reb Moffly   D: George McCowan

With Jon Korkes (Terry Nash), Heather MacRae (Debra), Darrell Zwerling (Thistleman), Eugene Roche (Dr. Stegner), Roger E. Mosley (The Black Baron), Richard Balin (Bumper), K.C. Ligon (Patty Nash), Jerry Hardin (Dr. Wachman).
A deadly series of mishaps plagues Starsky and Hutch as their investigation into the murder of a mob chieftain, who was scheduled to testify before a grand jury, leads them to organized crime.

February 5, 1977: Survival
Season 2, episode 18
W: Tim Maschler   D: David Soul

With Val Bisoglio (James Balford), John Quade (Vic Humphries), Katherine Charles (Carla Iverson), Robert Emhardt (Harry Trask), George Janek (Bobby Marsh), Meegan King (Lance), Barry Miller (Jerry), Paul Pepper (Officer Bigelow), Paula Shaw (Mrs. Marsh), Johnny Silver (Lou Scobie), Robert Raymond Sutton (Roy Slater).
A sleazy racketeer, fearing Hutch's testimony in court, hires a hit man to eliminate him.

February 12, 1977: Starsky's Lady
Season 2, episode 19
W: Robert Earll   D: Georg Stanford Brown

With Season Hubley (Terry Roberts), Sanford Smith (Woody "The Magic Man"), Stephen McNally (Crazy George Prudholm), Rita George (Christine), Beulah Quo (Dr. Quo), Joey Vera (Freddie), Angela McClelland (Sally).
A vindictive hoodlum holds Starsky and Hutch responsible for his son's death, and in retaliation he shoots and critically wounds Starsky's girlfriend.

February 19, 1977: Huggy Bear And The Turkey
Season 2, episode 20
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Starrett

With Dale Robinette (J.D. Turquet), Emily Yancy (Foxy Baker), Richard Romanus (Sonny Watson), Carole Cook (Scorchy), LaWanda Page (Lady Blind Bessie), R.G. Armstrong (Dad Watson), Fuddle Bagley (Walter T. Baker), Joe LaDue (Yank), Blackie Dammett (Sugar), Mickey Morton (Moon), Titus Napoleon (Milo), Eddie Lo Russo (Doc Rafferty), Robyn Hilton (Miss O'Toole), Stan Shaw (Leotis).
Starsky and Hutch help their friend Huggy Bear and his sidekick get started in the private eye business.

February 26, 1977: The Committee
Season 2, episode 21
W: Robert I. Holt   D: George McCowan

With Alex Rocco (Lieutenant Fargo), John Ashton (Paul Willits), Michael MacRae (Ward Billings), Tony Young (Officer Williams), William Cort (Officer Knight), Angela May (Ginger), William Bogert (Samuel Garner), Muffi Durham (Millie), Helen Martin (Dirty Nellie).
A vigilante committee takes the law into its own hands in retaliation for criminals being set free, and Starsky is asked to join the group.

March 5, 1977: The Velvet Jungle
Season 2, episode 22
W: Parke Perine   D: Earl Bellamy

With Biff McGuire (Officer Sterling), Cliff Osmond (Harry Wheeling), Silvana Gallardo (Andrea Guiterrez), Timothy Carey (Danny), Jorge Cervera Jr. (Paco Ortega), Sheila Lauritsen (Laura Stevens), Belinda Balaski (Ginny Simpson), Frank Lugo (Moreno), Robert Rodriguez (Miguelito), Susan Bay (Lou).
The murder of a pretty alien in the garment district puts Starsky and Hutch on the trail of an illegal alien smuggling ring involving a top immigration official.

March 12, 1977: Long Walk Down A Short Dirt Road
Season 2, episode 23
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: George McCowan

With Lynn Anderson (Sue Ann Grainger), Joshua Bryant (Jerry Tabor), Dick Haynes (Cal Claybourne), Scatman Crothers (Fireball).
A pretty country singer is plagued by phone calls from a raspy-voiced stranger demanding money, and when the police are called in he takes out his anger on innocent people.

March 19, 1977: Murder On Stage 17
Season 2, episode 24
W: Ben Masselink   D: Earl Bellamy

With Chuck McCann (Wally Stone), Jeff Goldblum (Harry Markham), Rory Calhoun (Steve Hanson), Layne Britton (Shotgun Casey), Susan Cotton (Julie West), Toni Lamond (Ruth Willoughby), Sandy Herdt (Charlotte Rogers), Read Morgan (Blackie).
Starsky and Hutch track an ex-comedian who is killing his old pals.

April 16, 1977: Starsky & Hutch Are Guilty
Season 2, episode 25
W: David P. Harmon   D: Bob Kelljan

With Val Avery (Captain Ryan), Lauren Tewes (D.A. Sharon Freemont), Michele Carey (Nikki), Jeannie Bell (Kate), Shera Danese (Judy Coppet), Gary Epper (Hanson), Suzanne Gormley (Nurse), Scott Jarvis (Policeman), Don Keefer (Eric Ronstan), Sy Krammer (Lennie Atkins), Dorothy Meyer (Mrs. Marlowe), Henry Sutton (Mr. Klemp), Kipp Whitman (Simmons), Mary Jo Catlett (Fifi).
Starksy and Hutch face suspension when assault charges are filed against them.

September 17, 1977: Starsky & Hutch On Playboy Island (1)
Season 3, episode 1
W: Ron Friedman   D: George McCowan

With Samantha Eggar (Charlotte Connery), Don Pedro Colley (Papa Theodore), Craig Stevens (Agent Healey), Roscoe Lee Browne (Inspector Godfrey), Louis Nye (Jerry), Dave Madden (Phil Hill), Tommy Madden (Little Phillipe), Joan Collins (Janice Regan), Paul Picerni (Johnny Doors), Anitra Ford (Silky), Patricia L. McGuire (Pussycat), Dana House (Easy), Lane Allan (William Thorne), Linda Thompson (Meghan), Debra Feuer (Debbie), Jophery Brown (Baron).
Season premiere. Starsky and Hutch are aided in their investigation of a possible syndicate takeover of a tropical island by two women, but are distractred by the playgirls who run the luxury hotel.

September 24, 1977: Fatal Charm
Season 3, episode 3
W: Jeff Kanter   D: Earl Bellamy

With Karen Valentine (Diana Harmon), Roz Kelly (Officer Linda Baylor), Paul Lukather (Max Frost), Janice Heiden (Kathy Marshall), Michael Stipanich (Benny).
Hutch's romance with a pretty nurse turns into a nightmare when she feels rejected and sets out to destroy him.

October 1, 1977: I Love You, Rosey Malone
Season 3, episode 4
W: Tim Maschler   D: Rick Edelstein

With Tracy Brooks Swope (Rosey Malone), John P. Ryan (Frank Malone), James Keach (Ed Chambers), Paul Jenkins (Agent Goodson), John Dullaghan (Agent Shelby).
Starsky becomes romantically involved with a gangster's daughter, and is compelled to use the relationship to gain evidence for a Senate investigation.

October 8, 1977: Murder Ward
Season 3, episode 5
W: Anthony Yerkovich   D: Earl Bellamy

With Suzanne Somers (Jane Hutton), Joey Forman (Freddie Lyle), Leon Charles (Dr. Matwick), Fran Ryan (Miss Bycroft), DeWayne Jessie (Jackson), Blackie Dammett (Charlie Deek), Ned York (Switek), Sam DeFazio (Victor), H.B. Haggerty (Bo), Robert Ball (Howard), Vincent Schiavelli (Weeze), J. Christopher Sullivan (Albert Cutler).
When a series of patients die, Starsky goes undercover as an inmate in a mental institution to find out why and how.

October 15, 1977: Death In A Different Place
Season 3, episode 6
W: Tom Bagen   D: Sutton Roley

With Don Gordon (Lieutenant Corday), Gregory Rozakis (Nick Hunter), Art Fleming (Lieutenant Blaine), Dick Davalos (Orrin Lawford), Charles Pierce (Sugar), Virginia Leith (Margaret Blaine), Colby Chester (Peter Whitelaw), Allen Joseph (Murph), Shelley St. Clair (LaVerne), Joella Deffenbaugh (Maxine), Adrian Royce (Medical Examiner).
Starsky is shocked when a veteran policeman and lifelong friend -- who has been leading a double life -- is found dead in a sleazy motel.

October 22, 1977: The Crying Child
Season 3, episode 7
W: James Schmerer   D: Georg Stanford Brown

With Dee Wallace (Carol Wade), Linda Dano (Janet Mayer), Rosalind Cash (Sheila Peterson), Meeno Peluce (Guy Mayer), Michael Lane (Eddie Mayer), Jason Ronard (Coop), Tara Tyson (Gwen Larson), Al White (Franklin), Anthony Goodstone (Officer Berling), Nancy McKeon (Vikki Mayer).
Starsky and Hutch befriend a young lad only to learn, to their horror, that he is a pathetic victim of parental child abuse.

October 29, 1977: The Heroes
Season 3, episode 8
W: Kathy Donnell, Madeline DiMaggio Wagner   D: Georg Stanford Brown

With Charles Picerni (Larry), Karen Carlson (C.D. Phelps), Jerrold Ziman (Paul Rizzo), Lynn Borden (Roxy), Madison Arnold (Karl Regan), Lee McLaughlin (Al O'Riley), Patrick Wright (Tony), Gary Graham (Freddy).
A news reporter covering the police beat finds the unorthodox methods used by Starsky and Hutch to be objectionable and unsympathetic -- until she finds herself face to face with a nervous gunman.

November 19, 1977: The Plague (1)
Season 3, episode 9
W: William Douglas Lansford   D: Bob Kelljan

With Janet Margolin (Dr. Kaufman), Frank Marth (Dr. Meredith), Jean Allison (Helen Yeager), Al Ruscio (Charles Roper), Alex Rocco (Mr. Steele), Patrick Labyorteaux (Richie Yeager), Paul Kent (Lt. Anderson), Walter Mathews (Lt. Jake Donner), Natalie Norwick (Virginia Donner), David Milton (Doctor), Tiffany Peters (Sister Magda).
Hutch contracts a deadly virus when he and Starsky race against time to find the carrier who is an international hit man.

November 26, 1977: The Plague (2)
Season 3, episode 10
W: William Douglas Lansford   D: Bob Kelljan

With Janet Margolin (Dr. Kaufman), Frank Marth (Dr. Meredith), Jean Allison (Helen Yeager), Al Ruscio (Charles Roper), Alex Rocco (Mr. Steele), Patrick Labyorteaux (Richie Yeager).
Hutch's life is on the line as Starsky searches for an international hit man who is the unwitting carrier of a deadly disease.

December 3, 1977: The Collector
Season 3, episode 11
W: Don Patterson   D: Ivan Nagy

With Marki Bey (Officer Minnie Kaplan), Robert Viharo (Jack Cunningham), Toni Kalem (Molly Bristol), Danny DeVito (John-John DeAppoliso), Susan Tyrrell (Annie), Dave Shelley (Lee Bristol), Richard Lepore (Frank Carroll), Jack O'Leary (Joe Garras), Roberto Rodriguez (Officer Tedesco).
Investigating a loansharking operation becomes a deadly game when Hutch's girlfriend is used as bait to trap a ruthless collector.

December 10, 1977: Manchild In The Streets
Season 3, episode 12
W: Rick Edelstein   D: David Soul

With J. Jay Saunders (Jackson Walters), Sheila Frazier (Dr. Mason), Dorothy Meyer (Mrs. Walters), Fuddle Bagley (Dewey), Helen Martin (Vivian Fellers), W.K. Stratton (Officer Andrews), Maurice Sneed (Maurice), Shizuko Hoshi (Mrs. Hong), Stan Haze (Train), Chuck Hicks (Officer Clayborne), Brian Whitley (Jackson Walters Jr.).
Starsky and Hutch face the difficult task of helping a youth overcome the deep bitterness caused by his father's death in a police shootout.

January 7, 1978: The Action
Season 3, episode 13
W: Al Friedman, Robert Swanson   D: Ivan Nagy

With Carmine Caridi (Sam Eberly), Richard Venture (Hillard), James B. Sikking (Ted McDermott), M. Emmet Walsh (Freddie), Melanie Griffith (Julie McDermott), John Carradine (Professor), Kenneth White (Officer Hobart), Julienne Wells (Ellen McDermott), Marc Alaimo (Daimler), Mary Steelsmith (Ginger), Quinn Cummings (Toni McDermott).
Starsky and Hutch set out to bust an illegal gambling ring which was behind the brutal beating of a friend who failed to pay his debts.

January 14, 1978: The Heavyweight
Season 3, episode 14
W: Robert Swanson   D: Earl Bellamy

With Gary Lockwood (Jimmy Spencer), Shaka Cumbuka (Booker Wayne), Bernard Behrens (Haley Gavin), Susan Buckner (Sharon Carstairs), J.R. Miller (Stevie Spenser), Whitman Mayo (Jeeter), Laurel Adams (Lillian Spenser), Darryl B. Smith (Berl), Layne Britton (Jake), Al Silvani (Referee), Bob Minor (Cruiser).
In their attempt to crack a warehouse burglary ring and find a killer, Starsky and Hutch seek help from a boxer who fears for his life.

January 25, 1978: A Body Worth Guarding
Season 3, episode 15
W: Sam Paley, Rick Edelstein   D: Rick Edelstein

With Monique Van De Ven (Anna Akhanatova), Michael Margotta (Miller), John O'Leary (Steinmetz), Signe Hasso (Masha Barovnika), Glenn R. Wilder (Thug), Allan Miller (Morty Kauffman).
Starsky and Hutch try to protect a Russian ballerina whose life is threatened, and the case becomes a very personal one for Hutch.

February 1, 1978: The Trap
Season 3, episode 16
W: Sid Green, Robert Swanson   D: Earl Bellamy

With Kristy McNichol (Joey Carston), Bill McKinney (Johnny Bagley), Pat Morita (Jewelry Store Clerk), Antony Ponzini (Trayman), Anthony Geary (Delano), Ann Prentiss (Mrs. Carston).
An incorrigible street urchin, infatuated with Starsky, is trapped with the two detectives by a vengeful gunman.

February 8, 1978: Satan's Witches
Season 3, episode 17
W: Bob Barbash   D: Nicholas Sgarro

With Charles Napier (Sheriff Tyce), Taylor Lacher (Hank Ward), Robert Raymond Sutton (Cabot), Joseph Ruskin (Rodell), Deborah Zon (Julie Martin), Jeri Lea Ray (Tricia Martin), Patricia Wilson (Rachel Tyce), Bess Gatewood (Ellie Ward), Lark Geib (Lizzie Tyce).
Starsky and Hutch's mountain vacation becomes a nightmare when they learn of a local girl's peril at the hands of a demonic cult.

February 15, 1978: Class In Crime
Season 3, episode 18
W: Don Patterson   D: Paul Michael Glaser

With Rebecca Balding (Mickie Marra), Peter MacLean (Professor Gage), Sherril Lynn Rettino (Mary), Gloria Torres (Rachel), Robert Girard (Stanley), Susan Heldford (Melanie), Carl Anderson (Ralph), Michele Carey (Caitlin).
Starsky and Hutch are marked for death by a college professor who doubles as a professional hit man.

February 22, 1978: Hutchinson: Murder One
Season 3, episode 19
W: Robert Swanson   D: Bob Kelljan

With Veronica Hamel (Vanessa Hutchinson), Floyd Levine (Boyle), Alex Courtney (Officer Simonetti), Bill Duke (Officer Dryden), Dan Vadis (Cardwell), Severn Darden (Mr. Wheeler), Joanne Strauss (Dr. Morgan).
Starsky races fellow officers and jewel thieves in a desperate search for Hutch, whose ex-wife's visit left him with a million dollar uncut diamond and a murder warrant for his arrest.

March 1, 1978: Foxy Lady
Season 3, episode 20
W: Robert Swanson   D: Nicholas Sgarro

With Morgan Woodward (Clay Zachary), Mark Gordon (John Carelli), Priscilla Barnes (Lisa Kendrick), John J. Fox (Detective Grover), Chris Lofton (Kevin Mackey), Maida Severn (Maggie), Ed Vasgersian (Mr. Cavanaugh), Darrell Zwerling (Stu Basset).
Starsky and Hutch become the targets of panic-stricken thieves when the larcenous beauty they befriend stashes a suitcase full of bank robbery money in Starsky's apartment.

May 3, 1978: Partners
Season 3, episode 21
W: Rick Edelstein   D: Charles Picerni

With Ralph Nelson (Dr. Greene), Kathleen King (Nurse Henry), Melissa Steinberg (Nurse Ackerman), Zachary Lewis (Henderson), Ronnie B. Baker (Billy Joe).
A high-speed chase after robbery suspects ends in a crash that sends Hutch to the hospital with amnesia.

May 10, 1978: Quadromania
Season 3, episode 22
W: Anthony Yerkovich   D: Rick Edelstein

With Richard Lynch (Lionel Fitzgerald III), Jerome Guardino (M.E. Carboni), Ric Carrott (Officer Baker), Susan Kellerman (Monique), Freeman King (Danny Deveen), Bob Basso (Joseph Riley Benson), Lynne Marta (K.C. McBride), John McLiam (Lionel Fitzgerald), Philip Michael Thomas (Kingston St. Jacques).
Hutch poses as a cabbie in an attempt to capture a vengeance-seeking killer who has killed four taxi drivers already.

May 17, 1978: Deckwatch
Season 3, episode 23
W: Don Patterson   D: Paul Michael Glaser

With Michael Baseleon (Hector Salidas), Kathryn Harrold (Laura Kanen), Susan French (Hannah Kanen), Carole Mallory (Madeline), Will Walker (Chicky), Jack Somack (Detective Peterson).
Hutch impersonates a doctor in order to reach an injured seaman who is holding two people hostage.

September 12, 1978: Discomania
Season 4, episode 1
W: Rick Edelstein   D: Arthur Marks

With Pierrino Mascarino (Tony Mariposa), Adrian Zmed (Marty Decker), Bruce Scott (Walt), Susan Duvall (Judith), Amanda McBroom (Sergeant Lizzie Thorpe), Tom Tarpey (Officer Harding), Deborah Chaffin (Rita), Paula Sills (Michelle Brady), Bunny Summers (Mrs. Anderson).
Season premiere. Starsky and Hutch join the flashy-shirt, gold chain set when they penetrate the glamorous, glittering disco scene to investigate the puzzling disappearance of a number of beautiful girls.

September 19, 1978: The Game
Season 4, episode 2
W: Tim Maschler   D: Leo Penn

With Jack Ging (Ray Pardee), Suzanne Charny (Gina), Liz Torres (Anita), Joseph R. Sicari (Ernie Silvers), David Pendleton (Doctor), C.J. O'Neill (Officer Simmons), Herbert S. Braha (Officer Babcock), Raymond Allen (Merl The Earl).
A playful hide-and-seek wager that Hutch can elude Starsky for an entire weekend turns into a life-or-death search when it is learned that Hutch has 48 hours to live after contracting deadly botulism.

September 26, 1978: Blindfold
Season 4, episode 3
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: Leo Penn

With Kim Cattrall (Emily Harrison), Gary Wood (Don Widdicombe), Robin Strand (Kenny Widdicombe), Sheldon Allman (Doctor), Joan Pringle (Sharon), Howard George (Pinky).
Hutch must persuade Starsky not to quit the force after Starsky accidentally blinds a beautiful bystander during a robbery shootout and then falls in love with her.

October 10, 1978: Photo Finish
Season 4, episode 4
W: Robert Swanson   D: Sutton Roley

With Graham Jarvis (Basil Monk), Brit Lind (Marcie Fletcher), Shera Danese (Nicole Monk), Fran Ryan (Landlady), Lois Areno (Paula), Sally Kirkland (Greta Wren / Dora Pruitt), Hank Brandt (John Reinhart), Jayson Kane (Troy Braddock).
A contract killer threatens the life of a female photographer.

October 17, 1978: Moonshine
Season 4, episode 5
W: Fred Freiberger   D: Reza Badiyi

With Billy Green Bush (Willy Hall), Zachary Lewis (Melvin Hall), Shug Fisher (Sam Ivers), James Noble (Treasury Agent Kendall), Mary Louise Weller (Dolly Ivers), Lee McLaughlin (Earl), Pat Corley (Ben Meadows), Bruce M. Fischer (Rudy), Dennis Fimple (Virgil), Johnnie Collins III (Frank), William Cort (Detective Munson).
Starsky and Hutch vie for the affections of a Southern girl, unaware that she and her father are bootleggers.

October 24, 1978: Strange Justice
Season 4, episode 6
W: Rick Kelbaugh   D: Reza Badiyi

With Joseph Reale (Lenny Biggs), Woody Eney (D.A. Arnold Rich), Leslie Bloom (Officer O'Reilly), John Lisbon Wood (Higgins), Juli Andelman (Lori Prescott), Kenneth McMillan (Lieutenant Slate), Tom Baker (Officer Dobson), Carl Anderson (Marsellus Cobb), Mary Crosby (Leslie Slate), John Zenda (Captain Myerson), Susan Heldfond (Cassie).
Starsky and Hutch become embroiled in a bizarre plan by a respected detective who sets his own deadly system of justice into motion to avenge the rape of his young daughter.

October 31, 1978: The Avenger
Season 4, episode 7
W: Robert Swanson   D: Sutton Roley

With Marki Bey (Officer Minnie Kaplan), Joanna Cassidy (Monique Travers), Tim Thomerson (Phil), Michael DeLano (Roger), Hildy Brooks (Bobbie), Charles Cyphers (Medical Examiner Delaney).
Starsky finds himself entangled with a swinging singles beauty whose other lovers have met bizarre deaths.

November 14, 1978: Dandruff
Season 4, episode 8
W: Ron Friedman   D: Sutton Roley

With Rene Auberjonois (The Baron), Madison Arnold (Dinty), Blackie Dammett (Ellis), Tracey Walter (Leo), Jacques Aubuchon (Davidowsky), Audrey Meadows (Hilda Zuckerman), Norman Alden (Buddy Owens), Leigh Hamilton (Vivian), F. William Parker (Harry), Alex Rodine (Van Dam), John Fujioka (Adachi), Sydney Blake (Lorraine), Susan McIver (Nurse), Pearl Shear (Bernice).
Starsky and Hutch pose as hairdressers to apprehend an infamous jewel thief preparing for a multi-million dollar heist.

November 21, 1978: Black And Blue
Season 4, episode 9
W: Rick Edelstein   D: Rick Edelstein

With Vonetta McGee (Inspector Joan Meredith), Rene Levant (Train), Candace Bowen (Vivian), Lili Valenty (Mrs. Greene), Regina Baff (Elaine), Susan Kellerman (Mary), Mykelti Williamson (Bruce), Maurice Sneed (James), Judy Jean Berns (Mrs. Freemont).
A young policewoman is assigned to help Starsky track down the juvenile crime ring responsible for seriously wounding Hutch.

November 28, 1978: The Groupie
Season 4, episode 10
W: Robert Dellinger   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Caren Kaye (Melinda Rogers), John Ashton (Roy Sears), David Knapp (Bill Walters), Arthur Roberts (Agent Ohlin), Marianne Bunch (Barbara Wilson), Gerald Hiken (Mr. Marks), Robert Loggia (Jack Parker / Tony Zucker).
When investigating organized crime in the high fashion world, Starsky and Hutch encounter a beautiful model who collects cops as trophies.

December 12, 1978: Cover Girl
Season 4, episode 11
W: Robert Dellinger, Rick Edelstein   D: Rick Edelstain

With Marki Bey (Officer Minnie Kaplan), Maud Adams (Kate Larrabee), Allan Miller (James Brady), Calvin Lockhart (Walter "Angel" Allen), Jerome Guardino (Lindsay), Russ Marin (Dr. Harriman), Bo Byers (Officer Richards), Frank Geraci (Bartender), Jeffrey Tambor (Randy), Ken Olfson (Big Ed).
A model who thinks she's dying arranges to be killed -- then discovers that her disease is in remission.

December 19, 1978: Starsky's Brother
Season 4, episode 12
W: Ralph Wallace Davenport, Robert Earll   D: Arthur Marks

With John Herzfeld (Nick Starsky), John O'Leary (Gerold Victor), Nicholas Worth (Al), Eddie Fontaine (Jake), Stanley Grover (Agent Weldon), David Moses (Agent Bronson), Elisabeth Brooks (Marlene), Antony Ponzini (Frank Stryker), Joan Shawlee (Mrs. Krupp), Liberty Godshall (Katie), Linda Lawrence (Carol), Jill Jaress (Officer Sweeney).
Starsky's petty hoodlum little brother is kidnapped by a gang of ruthless counterfeiters.

January 16, 1979: The Golden Angel
Season 4, episode 13
W: George Arthur Bloom, Robert Dellinger, Joe Reb Moffly   D: Sutton Roley

With Ray Walston (Tommy Reese), Hilary Beane (Camille Boone), Steve Oliver (Buzzy Boone), Richard Karron (Hammerlock Grange), Paula Victor (Stella), Lynn Benesch (Candy Reese).
Starsky poses as a wrestler when a mysterious person places a death threat against one of the ring warriors.

January 23, 1979: Ballad For A Blue Lady
Season 4, episode 14
W: Paul Michael Glaser, Sidney Ellis   D: Paul Michael Glaser

With Jenny O'Hara (Marianne Owens), Stack Pierce (Chicky), Dominic Barto (Charlie Baron), Arell Blanton (Casey O'Brien), John Karlen (Deputy D.A. Stanton), Sandy Baron (Harry Owens), Malachi Throne (Nick Finch).
A witness is found dead before he can testify against a notorious racketeer. Hutch begins to suspect that his girfriend's brother may be involved.

January 30, 1979: Birds Of A Feather
Season 4, episode 15
W: Rick Edelstein, Amanda Green   D: Charlie Picerni

With Marki Bey (Officer Minnie Kaplan), Anne Ramsey (Evon / Gertrude), Edmund Stoiber (Det. Henderson), Charles Cyphers (Det. Webster), Martin Kove (Jimmy Lucas), Allan Arbus (Anthony Reuben), Barbara Stuart (Doris Huntley), John P. Ryan (Det. Huntley).
Hutch learns that a policeman friend of his agreed to exchange the life of an informer for the cancellation of gambling debts.

February 6, 1979: Ninety Pounds Of Trouble
Season 4, episode 16
W: Robert E. Swanson   D: Leo Penn

With Mare Winningham (Joey Carston), Joe Bonny (Officer Kromack), Ann Prentiss (Mrs. Carston), Lenny Baker (Damon), Kaz Garas (Eddie Carlyle), Peter Mark Richman (Schiller), Lana Wood (Sidney Acher).
Hutch, posing as a hit man, is forced to gun down Starsky to prove himself to the mob.

February 13, 1979: Huggy Can't Go Home
Season 4, episode 17
W: Rick Kelbaugh   D: David Soul

With Royce D. Applegate (Dolphin), Bryan O'Dell (Junior), Francesca P. Roberts (Cora), Lee Weaver (Bozeman), Richard Ward (Julius T. Washington), Liz Torres (Anita), Roger E. Mosley (Big Red McGee).
Huggy Bear refuses to tell Starsky and Hutch about a murder he witnessed.

March 6, 1979: Targets Without A Badge (1)
Season 4, episode 18
W: Rick Kelbaugh   D: Earl Bellamy

With Michelle Davison (Judge Belin), Heather Hobbs (Jaime Rigger), Troas Hayes (Mardean Rigger), Robert Tessier (Soldier/Barracuda), Ken Kercheval (Deputy D.A. Clayburn), Peter MacLean (Judge McClellan), Ted Neeley (Lionel Rigger).
After Huggy's friend volunteers information to Starsky and Hutch in an important drug case, he is killed before being able to testify and the two officers resign in anger.

March 11, 1979: Targets Without A Badge (2)
Season 4, episode 19
W: Joe Reb Moffly   D: Earl Bellamy

With William Prince (James Marshall Gunther), LaWanda Page (Mrs. Swayder), Gino Conforti (Blaze), Hilary Thompson (Laura Anderson), Bert Remsen (Franklin Anderson), Richard Herd (Smithers).
After leaving the force, Starsky and Hutch learn that an influential judge is involved in a million-dollar loan shark operation.

May 8, 1979: Starsky vs. Hutch
Season 4, episode 21
W: Rick Edelstein   D: Peter Levin

With Topo Swope (Arlene), Corinne Calvet (Mrs. Marlene Bouvet), Joyce Ingalls (Det. Kira), Richard Lynch (Joey Webster), Duncan Gamble (Officer Hardy), Yvonne Craig (Carol).
Starsky and Hutch become so involved in competition for a policewoman's affection that they almost forget about the murderer they were hunting.

May 15, 1979: Sweet Revenge
Season 4, episode 22
W: Steven Nalevansky   D: Paul Michael Glaser

With Beverly Hart (Jenny Brown), Conrad Bachmann (Doctor), Sean Griffin (Jonathan Welles), Alex Courtney (Bates), William Prince (James Marshall Gunther).
While a critically wounded Starsky fights for his life, Hutch goes out on a relentless search for the person responsible. (Last show of the series.)

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