Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 23, 1986
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
ABC TV Network
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Sledge Hammer!

Over-the-top parody of "Dirty Harry". Inspector Sledge Hammer is always looking to model himself on that character and his other fictitious heroes including good spies. But Officer Dori is always there to help him out of the situations he lands himself in and worse he always seems to drive his chief Capt.Trunk mad with rage.

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02x19 Here's to You, Mrs. Hammer Aired: Feb. 12, 1988

Hammer discovers that his best buddy is planning to marry his ex-wife.

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The show had 2 seasons and 41 episodes air between 1986 and 1988.

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  • The pilot was originally developed for HBO. HBO originally approached Get Smart (1965) producer Leonard Stern about developing a police show parody. Stern suggested Alan Spencer script which…
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    The pilot was originally developed for HBO. HBO originally approached Get Smart (1965) producer Leonard Stern about developing a police show parody. Stern suggested Alan Spencer script which had been floating around for years. HBO wanted Rodney Dangerfield or Joe Piscopo, whom were both under contract with the network, to play the title role. But Spencer objected.
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  • Sledge Hammer's catch phrase was originally written as "I'm crazy, but I know what I'm doing." But ABC executives objected to the main character being "crazy" so it was changed to "Trust me,…
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    Sledge Hammer's catch phrase was originally written as "I'm crazy, but I know what I'm doing." But ABC executives objected to the main character being "crazy" so it was changed to "Trust me, I know what I'm doing."
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  • During a motel raid scene in "Under the Gun", two adjacent room numbers - "86" and "99" are used. These are references to Don Adams and Barbara Feldon's agent numbers in the series Get Smart…
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    During a motel raid scene in "Under the Gun", two adjacent room numbers - "86" and "99" are used. These are references to Don Adams and Barbara Feldon's agent numbers in the series Get Smart (1965). "Get Smart" executive producer Leonard Stern was a consultant on this series.
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