The Rookies/Deliver Me from Innocence

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Deliver Me from Innocence
Season 4, Episode 22
Airdate March 2, 1976
Written by Sean Baine
Directed by Richard Benedict
Produced by Rick Husky
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Deliver Me from Innocence is the twenty-second episode of the fourth season of The Rookies, and the ninety-first episode overall.

Starring: Georg Stanford Brown (Officer Terry Webster), Sam Melville (Officer Mike Danko), Bruce Fairbairn (Officer Chris Owens), Kate Jackson (Jill Danko) (credit only)

and Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Lt. Eddie Ryker)

Guest Starring: Kevin Hooks (Lonnie Clements), Henry Brown (Ralph Denker), Mario Roccuzzo (Earl 'Roach' Simmons)

Special Guest Star: Marlene Clark (Teresa Clements)

Co-Starring: Hilda Haynes (Mrs. Clements), Victor Brandt (Harry Townsend), Joseph Mell (Leo Morris), Robert Ginty (Public Defender), Phillip Pine (Judge)

Featuring: Merie Earle (Mrs. Anderson), Wyatt Johnson (Bobo)

Contents

Plot Overview

Two gang members are involved in a burglary that leads to a cop killing, and one of them gets away. The other turns out to be the younger brother of a girl Terry knew in high school and dated. Certain that he didn't fire the shot that killed the cop, Terry goes to bat for the boy with the probation department and helps the sister gain custody of him, while Chris, Mike and Ryker search for the other suspect, a junkie desperately in need of a fix. As for the young man, he might be on the hook when a second armed robbery and murder is committed unless the real killer is found.

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