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A lothario (Stephen Meadows) is suspected of killing his married lover, whose husband has ordered them both killed. Kathleen: Romy Walthal. Tiny Randall: Tim Ware. R.J. Kincaide: Bob Hannah. Mimi Kincaide: Marilyn Martin.
Flashbacks augment officers' interviews for a story about "race relations in the civil service" by a local reporter (Judith Robinson), who hears only what she wants to hear. Tibbs: Howard Rollins. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor. Bubba: Alan Autry. Sweet: Geof (more…)
Moonshine is behind a teenage driving fatality, but evidence suggests a question of quality rather than quantity, making the accident a murder. Walt Goggins. Dean: Paul Gonsoulin. Greg: Jeff Hochendoner. Marci: Joan Croker. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor.
The police reopen a murder case involving a man on death row when a psychiatrist tells Gillespie she has a tape-recorded confession. Ray: Robert Walker Jr. Osley: Steven Schwartz-Hartley. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor.
Vandalism at a synagogue is followed by the theft of a Torah, but the rabbi (Jerry Stiller) rejects investigation by Gillespie, whom he brands a racist owing to a long-past incident. Rivka: Mindy Rickles. Kevin: James Wagoner. Bix: D. Henderson Baker. Osbo (more…)
Harriet's son (Rugg Williams) witnesses a murder and is later targeted as a suspect. Justin: Darrell K. Lester. Zack: Randy Culzac. Harriet: Denise Nicholas. Lambert: Roosevelt Watts. Buford: Danny Nelson. Mac: Bill Coates. Forbes: Carl Weathers.
A developer (Doug McClure) opposes letting historians comb his construction site; but has no problem with having an affair with a girl (Amy Hess). Dale: Ji Tu II. Harriet: Denise Nicholas. Jenk: David Hager.
Debtors seek the return of a painting that Parker's stepfather (Pat Hingle) took to settle a gambling debt. Roda: Anne Meara. Vollen: Robert Brown. Dufoxe: Taurean Blacque. Parker: David Hart. Forbes: Carl Weathers.
When Gillespie and Harriet are shot at, they attribute it to opposition to their marriage. DeFete: Chris McCarty. Father D'Alton: Liam Gannon. McComb: Ron Culbreth. Harriet: Denise Nicholas. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor. Forbes: Carl Weathers.
Tibbs becomes suspicious about the vehicular death of a partner in a building project that his friend (Kenny Leon) has invested in. Lawrence: Stephen Young. Bree: Sharon Wyatt. Tucker: Steve Boles. Samantha: Jen Harper. Tibbs: Howard Rollins. Gillespie: Ca (more…)
The DA wants a body or a motive before he'll prosecute the man whose voice is ID'd by a blind woman as having fought with her missing neighbor. Ned: Tom Nowicki. Donner: Richard McKenzie. Parker: David Hart. Tibbs: Howard Rollins.
A man (Joseph Lambie) fears his son's chances of entering a seminary will be hurt if the boy (Bryan Dattilo) tells the police what he knows about a rape case. Marcella: Sally Spencer. Cruthers: Eddie King. Dee: Dee Shaw. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor.
In L.A., Bubba is paired with an insurance investigator (Debra Sandlund) in a search for an arson-murder suspect who jumped bail before he could be extradited. Vincent: Franklin Cover. Locky: Brett Porter. Wallace Fannoy: Raymond Forchion. Bubba: Alan Autr (more…)
The murder trial of her ex-husband (John Wesley) takes a toll on Harriet DeLong and her son (Denise Nicholas, Rugg Williams), while both suspects in similar cases claim the other pulled the trigger. Marcus: Thom Gossom. Glenn: Michael Genevie.
The stress of being a policeman's wife gets to Althea as Tibbs investigates the robbery-murder of two suspected drug couriers. Haynes Brooke. Davy: Craig Thomas. Ronnie: Ed Price. Jimmy: Afemo Omilami. Tibbs: Howard Rollins.
Gillespie learns some surprising news and says a painful goodbye when a former flame (Stella Stevens) returns to Sparta. Lana: Christine Elise. Ramon: George DiCenzo. Ken: Tony Mockus. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor. Tibbs: Howard Rollins. Sweet: Geoffrey Tho (more…)
A baby's natural father (Rick Dean) threatens to challenge the adoption unless the new dad (Mark Rolston)---married to Bubba's cousin---aids in a theft. Patty: Beth Burns. Candice: Glenn Younger. Ralph: Jack Swanson. Bubba: Alan Autry.
The too ardent admirer (Bill McKinney) of a socially active teacher is determined to make her pay for her wicked ways. Kessler: David Butler. Tibbs: Howard Rollins. Sweet: Geoffrey Thorne. Bubba: Alan Autry. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor.
When a philanthropist is murdered in his home, the prime suspect is a prostitute (Kim Lankford)---who was found intoxicated at his side. Annabelle: Tippi Hedren. Sykes: John Saxon. Cantrell: David Dunard. Ogelvy: Thom McFadden. Bubba: Alan Autry.
When Bubba's struggle with a teenage burgular ends in the boy's death, Tibbs' vengeful aunt (Fran Bennett) reports that she's witnessed a murder. Bubba: Alan Autry. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor. Sweet: Geoffrey Thorne. Tibbs: Howard Rollins.
Bubba travels to L.A. to testify in an organized-crime trial and to safeguard the key witness---a young boy (Mike Chin) who saw a mobster commit a murder. Pat: Debra Sandlund. Det. Wadlec: William Flatley. Harris: Jack Betts. Vincent: Franklin Cover.
A businessman's illegitimate daughter wants to take him to court if he doesn't increase his support, while someone else wants to take the man's life. Dalton: Ben Murphy. Irene: Marj Dusay. Tibbs: Howard Rollins. Gillespie: Carroll O'Connor.
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- Birth Name: John Carroll O'Connor
- Birth Place: Bronx, NY
- Birthday: August 2, 1924, Leo
- Died: June 21, 2001
- Profession: Actor, Producer, Director
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