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This Is My Gun
Season 7, Episode 9
Airdate November 28, 1990
Production Number 5710
Written by Robert Vincent O'Neil
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
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This Is My Gun is the ninth episode of the seventh season of Hunter, and the one hundred fortieth episode overall.

Starring: Fred Dryer (Sgt. Rick Hunter), Darlanne Fluegel (Officer Joanne Molenski)

Also Starring: Charles Hallahan (Capt. Charles Devane)

Guest Stars: Lewis Van Bergen (Armand), Charles Boswell (Odell), John Michael Bolger (Leon Tutweiler), Ronald Williams Lawrence (Dorsey), Breon Gorman (Loanshark), Scott Burkholder (Mr. Skully), Paul Benvictor (Shannon), Paul Mantee (Commander Clayton), Tony Capozzola (Himself), Monte Bane (Loan Shark's Goon)

Co-Starring: Beverly Johnson (Allistar), Anthony Winters (Ossie Dunbar, M.E.), Paul Napier (Ted Holmby), Megan Butler (Sally), Claudia Bloom (Wendy), William T. Amos (Pronzoni), Cheryl Janecky (Woman at Meeting), Tom Baumgartner (Man at Meeting), Sally Champlin (Concerned Woman), James Bontempo (Sgt. Vincent), Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter (Cab Driver), Joe Bucci (Uniformed Officer)


Plot Overview

A violent gang of home invaders specializes in attacking rich women who live alone. Molenski is one of several attractive female officers who offer to go undercover as targets, complete with a fancy car and a huge bankroll, but the thieves pull a 'bump-and-run' on her instead, assaulting her and stealing her service weapon. The gun is sold on the street a couple of times and becomes the weapon in two murders, which puts her in hot water with Internal Affairs and Captain Devane, and also causes her to doubt her abilities as a cop.


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