Cagney & Lacey/I'll Be Home for Christmas

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I'll Be Home for Christmas
Season 2, Episode 9
Airdate December 20, 1982
Production Number 635-109
Written by Robert Crais
Directed by Bert Brinckerhoff
Produced by April Smith
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Cagney & LaceySeason Two
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I'll Be Home for Christmas is the ninth episode of the second season of Cagney & Lacey, and the sixteenth episode overall.

Starring: Tyne Daly (Mary Beth Lacey), Sharon Gless (Christine Cagney)

Also Starring: Al Waxman (Lt. Bert Samuels), Carl Lumbly (Mark Petrie), Martin Kove (Victor Isbecki), Sidney Clute (Paul La Guardia)

and John Karlen (Harvey Lacey)

Also Starring (end credits): Troy Slaten (Michael Lacey), Tony La Torre (Harvey Lacey, Jr.)

Guest Starring (end credits): Richard Masur (Ralph Barbinski), Michael C. Gwynne (Phillip Malik)

and Barry Primus (Sgt. Dory McKenna)

Co-Starring: Harvey Atkin (Desk Sergeant Ronald Coleman), Jason Bernard (Deputy Inspector Marquette), John Del Regno (Myer Rudolpho), Mary Farrell (Trixie Barbinski) Lyla Graham (Doris Rainey), Milton Selzer (Willie Boxer), Suzanne Stone (Claudia Petrie), Allen Williams (Traffic Cop)

Featuring: Jamie Abbott (Barbinski's Son), Martin Azarow (Ralph Steer), Earl Billings (Car Mechanic), Richard Brent (), Jacqueline Davis (), Edith Fellows (Mrs. Isbecki), Kathryn Fuller (), Neta Lee Noy (Barbinski's Daughter), Orville Sherman (), Sol Trager ()

Uncredited: Richard Burns (Cop), Ned Glass (Pickpocket)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes