T.J. Hooker (1982–1986)
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Partners in Death 

Hooker considers the future of Stacy and Corrigan's partnership after friendship becomes confused with romance.

Director:

William Shatner

Writers:

Rick Husky (created by), Lisabeth Shatner | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Shatner ... Sgt. T.J. Hooker
Heather Locklear ... Officer Stacy Sheridan
James Darren ... Officer Jim Corrigan
Paul Lieber ... Danny Bailey
Vanessa Williams ... Officer Pat Williamson
Hugh Farrington ... Lt. Pete O'Brien
Marcy Lafferty ... Stephanie Bailey
Lezlie Deane ... Lola
William Phipps ... Mr. Genessee (as William Edwards Phipps)
Juney Smith ... Ray Kincaid
James Hornbeck James Hornbeck ... Mr. Hanes
Marco Hernandez Marco Hernandez ... Junkie
Guylaine Moquin-Sanford Guylaine Moquin-Sanford ... Woman (as Guylaine Sanford)
Hector Morales Hector Morales ... Gardener
R.A. Rondell R.A. Rondell ... Marcus Douglas
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Storyline

Hooker considers the future of Stacy and Corrigan's partnership after friendship becomes confused with romance.

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Genres:

Action | Crime | Drama

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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 May 1986 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Second on-screen kiss between James Darren and Heather Locklear. As was often the case with William Shatner's character and the women he dated, Darren is much older than Locklear, in this case about 25 years. The first kiss took place in Season 4 in T.J. Hooker: The Surrogate (1985). See more »

Goofs

We're reminded again how the show served as an example of what not to do regarding police procedure. On the initial call, both cars have their overhead lights flashing upon arrival. Proper procedure is to arrive at such a call with no lights on at all. Next, all three officers approach the front door, at which point Hooker tells Corrigan and Stacy to cover the back. That decision would have been made before the approached the house, not ganged up in front of the door as was shown. Finally, at a call of this nature, a perimeter is established so the entry officer(s) can clear the home. Corrigan and Stacy violated the perimeter, allowing the suspects to escape. See more »

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