Hill Street Blues/Days of Swine and Roses

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Days of Swine and Roses
Season 7, Episode 19
Airdate March 31, 1987
Production Number 6430
Teleplay by John Litvack
Story by David Black &
John Litvack
Directed by John Patterson
Produced by Penny Adams
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Days of Swine and Roses is the ninteenth episode of the seventh season of Hill Street Blues, and the one hundred forty-third episode overall.

Starring: Daniel J. Travanti (Captain Frank Furillo), Michael Warren (Officer Bobby Hill), Betty Thomas (Sergeant Lucille Bates), Bruce Weitz (Sergeant Mick Belker), Robert Prosky (Sergeant Stan Jablonski), James B. Sikking (Lieutenant Howard Hunter), Joe Spano (Lieutenant Henry Goldblume), Taurean Blacque (Detective Neal Washington), Kiel Martin (Detective J.D. LaRue), Robert Clohessy (Officer Patrick Flaherty), Dennis Franz (Lieutenant Norman Buntz), Megan Gallagher (Officer Tina Russo)

Charles Haid (Officer Andy Renko)

and Veronica Hamel (Joyce Davenport)

Also Starring: Peter Jurasik (Sidney "The Snitch" Thurston), Deborah Richter (Daryl Ann)

Guest Starring: Don Cheadle (Darius Milton), Beverly Todd (Mrs. Milton), Michael Shillo (Mr. Dahlgren), James Saito (Bob Ashahina), Michael Flanagan (Tommy), Kent Masters King (Tracy Milton), Anne Haney (Mrs. Schecter), Terrence Evans (Nathan Schecter)

Co-Starring: Gloria Cromwell (Judge Duretto), Art Koustik (Nippler), John Hammil (Dr. Singleton)

Co-Starring: Tim Russ (Ben Childers), Randy Kovitz (Officer Martin), Julia Flood (Petite)

With David Selburg (Raymond), Renee Jacque King (Lou Childer), Ray Oriel (Stockboy), Joe Palese (Uniform), Mark Voland (Webster), Scott Hunter (D.A. Gittens)

Charles Holman (James King), Cuba Gooding, Jr. (2nd Gang Member), John Butler (1st Gang Member), Rawle D. Lewis (3rd Gang Member), Etan Boritzer (1st Reporter), Richard Stofan (2nd Reporter)

David A. Kimball (Cop), Will Gill Jr. (Man), Ellen Kreamer (Uniform), Howard Johnson (Bailiff), Brigitte Burdine (Chippie), Fred Land (Perp), Lorrie Davis (Hooker)

Uncredited: Gene Pietragallo (Officer Spence Meyers)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes