Hill Street Blues/It Ain't Over Till It's Over

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It Ain't Over Till It's Over
Season 7, Episode 22
Airdate May 12, 1987
Production Number 6431
Written by Jeffrey Lewis &
David Milch &
John Romano
Directed by Stan Lathan
Produced by Penny Adams
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It Ain't Over Till It's Over is the twenty-second episode of the seventh season of Hill Street Blues, and the one hundred forty-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Daniel J. Travanti (Captain Frank Furillo), Michael Warren (Officer Bobby Hill), Bruce Weitz (Sergeant Mick Belker), Betty Thomas (Sergeant Lucille Bates), 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: Jon Cypher (Chief Fletcher P. Daniels)

George Wyner (ADA Irvin Bernstein), Jeffrey Tambor (Judge Alan Wachtel), Lisa Sutton (Officer Robin Tataglia), Arthur Taxier (I.A.D. Lieutenant Jim Shipman)

and Peter Jurasik (Sidney "The Snitch" Thurston)

Guest Starring: Steven Keats (Detective Penzickis), Ernie Sabella (Pauli), Jack Andreozzi (Sal Binachi), Charlie Brill (Robert DiNapoli), Kelly Jo Minter (Kathy), Lawrence Tierney (Sergeant Jenkins), Marc Alaimo (Gene Scapizzi), Mary Jackson (Young Mother), Gerald Castillo (Detective Michael Benedict)

Co-Starring: Ed Crick (Cohoe), Will MacMillan (Fire Marshall), Tom McGreevey (Clerk), Tonya Lee Williams (Shirley)

Co-Starring: Ernie Lively (Engineer), Lawrence Cook (Accountant), Nick Eldredge (S.I.D.), Daniel Bryan Cartmell (I.R.S. Clerk)

with David Selburg (Raymond), Ilene E. Lewis (Dorine), John Tayloe (Durst), Bingwa (Nightshift Cop), Matt Roe (Gorman), Dean Wein (Bailiff), Michael Busa (Mandel), Vincent Pantone (Doorman), Garret Pearson (Reporter #1), Richard Stofan (Reporter #2), Robert Dornan (N.D. Cop)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

  • The final episode on Hill Street Blues on NBC.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes