Police Woman/Requiem for Bored Wives

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Requiem for Bored Wives
Season 1, Episode 10
Airdate November 29, 1974
Written by Irving Elman
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
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Requiem for Bored Wives is the tenth episode of the first season of Police Woman, and the tenth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Bob Crane (Larry Brooks), E.J. Peaker (Kathy Brooks), W.L. LeGault (Dennis Graham), Della Reese (Tina Thompson), Theodore Wilson (Tommy Thompson)

Co-Starring: Jane Merrow (Linda), Melendy Britt (Mary Kay), Betty Anne Rees (Betty), Sheldon Allman (the Homicide Detective)

With: Alberto Morin (Maitre 'D), Walt Davis (Polygraph Technician), Ronni Richards (Motel Clerk), Ruth Warshawsky (Loretta), Ed Rue (Stu), Dave Cameron (Mr. G), Michael Alaimo (Patrolman)


Plot Overview

Shortly after Pepper becomes involved with a charming radio personality, his wife is killed. Since she was taking large amounts of money out of their joint bank account, Pepper initially suspects that the dead woman was being blackmailed, and that does seem to be the case as she was involved with a rogue who is blackmailing a number of married woman. Pepper, however, soon comes to suspect that the killer is someone who was much closer to the victim.


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