A young boxer is confronted with his past when taunted by members of his former gang. Carlos: Jason S. Scott. Luis Lopez: Richard Coca. Hazel Wilson: Rozlyn Sorrell. Hunicutt: Linden Ashby. Grant: Peter Parros.
Grant and Doyle (Peter Parros, Ethan Wayne) run up against a cop (William Lucking) with a private war on drugs; a woman mistakenly shoots an apparent intruder. Theodore: Alvin Alexis. Curtis: Cameron Arnett. Cruz: Alma Martinez. Neighbor: Wendy Bowers.
Hookers are being brutalized by a customer; an elderly man runs away from his children. Edie: Kari Kennell Whitman. Drew Copeland: Dennis Drake. Julie Copeland: Robin Dearden. Frank Ross: Reid Smith. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
A drug dealer is smuggling crack---and illegal aliens---over the border; Doyle tries to help a friend. Saunders: Peter D. Greene. Eddie Holloran: Paul Carafotes. Mrs. Gold: Eileen Seeley. Lyle Burke: Frank Aletter.
A man is killed trying to save a woman's life; a missing boy is discovered in an abandoned refrigerator. Pauline: Brenda Isaacs. Carla: Lynda Beattie. Maria: Eva LaRue. Dorothy: Sheila Larken. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
A young woman (Mariska Hargitay) is raped in a parking garage; an angry citizen fires shots at a helicopter spraying pesticide; a woman is charged with drunken driving. Tim Estes: Tim Maier. Dr. Lee: James Nardini.
A woman (Eda Reiss Martin) steals food from a local market; a mother wages a war on drugs. Lester Page: Tim Topper. Pee Wee: Stoney Jackson. Michael: Nick La Tour. Mr. Lewis: Allen Rice. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
Several drive-by shootings in the neighborhood are falsely attributed to gang violence. Roberts: Wynn Irwin. Homeless Man: Paul Tinder. Lucinda Corrales: Tasia Valenza. Jack Bachman: Nick Angotti. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
Doyle and Grant are concerned about a fellow officer (Will Bledsoe) who starts taking unnecessary risks on the job. Elizabeth Cruz: Alma Martinez. Ben Hardesty: Bradford English. Maggie: Kelly Rowan. Grant: Peter Parros.
Citywide phone-booth bombings put Grant and Doyle (Peter Parros, Ethan Wayne) in an explosive situation; a troubled girl (Olivia Burnette) does not want to go home to her parents. Businessman: Michael Blue. Dixon: Rick Hill. Wendy: Christina Carlisi.
A man (Don Swayze) forgets where he has left his truck---with his baby inside; a woman refuses to press charges against her known assailant. Mrs. Bailey: Joycelyn O'Brien. Grant: Peter Parros. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
A young woman (Jill Whitlow) forced into prostitution becomes a key witness against a ruthless pimp (Jon Soresi). Sgt. Cruz: Alma Martinez. Manelle: Steve Barbro. Doyle: Ethan Wayne. Grant: Peter Parros. Cory: Chip Hall.
A gunman on a scooter terrorizes mail carriers; a disturbed Vietnam veteran (Tim Rossovich) becomes violent. Oscar: Cal Gibson. Rick: Wayne Grace. Stuart: Leonard Donato. Dr. Craven: Harvey Jason. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
Grant and Doyle are on edge after learning that a drug dealer they busted has put a contract out on their lives. Virgil: Frank Annese. Kirk Messer: Beau Dremann. Ron Bell: Walter Sylvest. Santos: Miguel Fernandes.
Thieves target wedding receptions; a girl (Samantha Mills) claims her father is abusive and asks to be put in a foster home. Wilson Price: Mitchell Laurance. Karen Price: Sandra Kerns. Nick: Rudy Prieto. Rabbi: Lance Rosen.
Doyle runs into an old flame (Dorothy Parke) at the scene of an animal-rights protest; a couple take luxury cars for test drives and don't return them. Dr. Debins: James Tartan. Galvin: Gary Kernick. Miriam: Terri Semper.
A man dressed as a cop is assaulting women; a woman (Joy Claussen) reports her deceased husband missing. Marsha Forbes: Caroline Williams. Margaret Fletcher: Diane Rodriguez. Doyle: Ethan Wayne. Grant: Peter Parros.
Doyle and Grant track down a rapist, and respond to complaints from store managers about large thefts of food. Linda Williams: Elizabeth Sagal. Aleta: Kathryn Dowling. Michael: Wayne Benson. Doyle: Ethan Wayne. Carly Berwin: Janet Wood. Grant: Peter Parros.
On Halloween, a man gives out dangerous treats; a little "witch" is lost; and small robbers go on a spree. Tommy: Larry Quach. Carol: Christine Cattell. Kimmel: Marvin Kaplan. Miss Chase: Judith Jones. Doyle: Ethan Wayne.
Doyle and Grant confront a rash of burglaries where no signs of forced entry are evident; and arrest a car thief with a dead passenger. Karen Jacobs: Cynthia Steele. Brian Winters: Mark Costello. Ceil Fox: Channing Chase.
Phony 911 calls draw Grant and Doyle away from the area of a robbery; and an 8-year-old AIDS victim has a dream to be a cop for a day. Scroope: Evan MacKenzie. Heafley: Jourdan Fremin. Henry: Michael Canavan.
During a power blackout, a gun-wielding patient disrupts an emergency room; a robber is trapped in a jewelry store with his angry victims; and an old man is protecting his store from looters. Motorist: Ken Kazan. Nurse: Cloyce Morrow.