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 soundclips
• "Terror at the Academy"

• "The Survival Syndrome"

• "Blue Murder"
• "The Return"

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T.J. HOOKER SOUNDCLIPS!

Episode 3-37:
"Blue Murder"

Our second set of sound files come from the third season episode which guest starred Grant Goodeve as Officer Roper (pictured at left), a rogue cop from a rival precinct. Under orders from Hooker's old teacher and friend Captain Frank Medavoy (Paul Burke), Roper and his partner Kelly open the episode by murdering Sweet Willie Brown (Jay Scorpio) gangland style. Roper uses his backup gun to do the killing, which he keeps tucked into his belt at the small of his back. When Stacy refuses the advances of Roper in a confrontation at Shelly's Bar, Roper challenges Hooker to a bet -- that he will beat Hooker in the upcoming Officer's Shootout Match (which of course Hooker wins).

Eventually Hooker discovers the connection between Roper and Medavoy, and realizes one of his old heroes has gone bad, learning the truth about Medavoy in a confrontation in a local junkyard when Medavoy offers Hooker a choice: join him in becoming a vigilante, or get shot by Roper and Kelly. We leave it to you to determine who ends up the victor (all sounds in .wav format).

Hooker gives Stacy, Jim & Vince a piece of his mind. (38k)
Corrigan lets Hooker know what a little extra-tough snooping around the department gets you. (52k)
Romano & Corrigan disagree on the facts surrounding Sweet Willie's murder. (125k)
Roper and Kelly walk into Shelly's Bar, spot Stacy, and let each other know how they feel about her. (225k)
Next, Roper is rebuffed by Stacy but refuses to take no for an answer. (180k)
Corrigan steps in; he throws beer in Roper's face and slugs him a good one. It's up to Hooker to settle things down. (248k)
Hooker attempts to calm the situation with some rational deliberation. (44k)
Roper hopes to avoid Hooker's wrath by bald-faced lying. (48k)
Romano disagrees with Roper's assessment of the situation. (42k)
Corrigan eases the tension with a witicism; Hooker responds in kind; Romano states the obvious. (96k)
Hooker realizes he and Romano have been set up. (160k)
Hooker uses sarcasm to declare his lack of concern over his ability to best Roper in the Shootout Match. (35k)
Hooker pontificates about unnecessary backup weapons when Roper mistakenly reaches for his during the Shootout Match. (392k)
Hooker lets Medavoy know his disappointment at his old teacher's decision to take the law into his own hands. (68k)
Hooker waxes poetic after he finally brings Medavoy to justice (by putting him in an early grave). (320k)












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