Mary Beth Lacey and Christine Cagney are partnered detectives in the NYPD. Cagney is tough, Lacey is sensitive. They are both women! Lt. Al Waxman is the boss. Vic Isbecki and Mark Petrie are two male detectives who do not like women detectives. Groundbreaking series rarely resorting to car chases and shootouts, or any violence. The plots focused on their personal lives as well as the Police work.
Cagney & Lacey Season 3 (1984)
|3x01 Matinee |
A wealthy Westchester housewife is found dead in the city. Since Cagney comes from a well- off family in Westchester, we get to learn a little bit about her background. The ""B"" story ...
|Mar. 19, 1984|
|3x02 A Killer's Dozen |
The uniforms are on strike, and the detectives must wear uniforms and go back on the street, all the while solving the case of the ""Don Juan Strangler."" This is the first episode ...
|Mar. 26, 1984|
|3x03 Victimless Crime |
The ladies happen on a porno movie filming, and the next day the leading man dies. The female star would make a great witness, but she doesn't want to talk
|Apr. 16, 1984|
|3x04 The Bounty Hunter |
This time it's clear who the bad guy is. But he's being pursued for bail jumping by a bounty hunter. The bounty hunter not only has a legal right, if he can find him, but he makes a ...
|Apr. 23, 1984|
|3x05 Baby Broker |
When an abandoned infant is turned in, C&L go to work on a baby-broker scheme. The baby is deaf, and Mary Beth wants to take it home for child #3. (This was shown before Tyne Daly's ...
|Apr. 30, 1984|
|3x06 Partners |
Cagney gets show by a bad guy early in the episode. Not to worry, she solves the case from her hospital bed. She has to, because Mary Beth gets stuck with a real dweeb as a replacement. ...
|May. 07, 1984|
|3x07 Choices |
The crime story is a sequel to #16 (slumlord trying to get rid of tenants.) The witness has died, since the defense strategy is to stall, so C&L have to find new witnesses.
|May. 14, 1984|
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