Hill Street Blues/Goodbye, Mr. Scripps

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Goodbye, Mr. Scripps
Season 4, Episode 7
Airdate November 24, 1983
Production Number 3406
Teleplay by Mark Frost
Story by Steven Bochco,
Jeffrey Lewis,
David Milch
Directed by Corey Allen
Produced by Jeffrey Lewis &
Sasha Schneider
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Goodbye, Mr. Scripps is the seventh episode of the fourth season of Hill Street Blues, and the sixty-fourth episode overall.

Starring: Daniel J. Travanti (Captain Frank Furillo), Michael Conrad (Sergeant Phil Esterhaus), Michael Warren (Officer Bobby Hill), Bruce Weitz (Detective Mick Belker), James B. Sikking (Lieutenant Howard Hunter), Joe Spano (Lieutenant Henry Goldblume), Barbara Bosson (Fay Furillo), Taurean Blacque (Detective Neal Washington), Kiel Martin (Detective J.D. LaRue), René Enriquez (Lieutenant Ray Calletano), Betty Thomas (Officer Lucille Bates), Ed Marinaro (Officer Joe Coffey)

Charles Haid (Officer Andy Renko)

and Veronica Hamel (Joyce Davenport)

Guest Starring: Kenneth Tigar (Randolph Scripps), Jeffrey Tambor (Alan Wachtel), Jon Cypher (Chief Fletcher P. Daniels), Alfre Woodard (Doris Robson), J.A. Preston (Ozzie Cleveland), George Wyner (ADA Irwin Bernstein), Ron Parady (Deputy Chief Dennis Mahoney), Tony Perez (Mike Perez)

Also Starring: Frank Schuller (Arnold Ames), Jeannie Linero (Maria Perez), Olivia Brown (Vicki), Robert Hirschfeld (Leo Schnitz)

Co-Starring: Fern Fitzgerald (Woman at Polling Station), Stack Pierce (Rev. Banks), Marley Sims (Liz), Britt Leach (Truax), Roberto Trujillo (Mike Perez, Jr.), J.D. Hall (Man)

Jon Ian Jacobs (Little), Mario Roccuzzo (Andrews), Wayne Grace (Man), Mary Gregory (Polling Official), John Mansfield (Newscaster), Barbara George (Reporter), Art Eisner (Roeblick)


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The Show

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Memorable Moments