Starsky and Hutch - Season 4 Episodes
The streetwise Detective partners go incognito as disco dudes at Fever, a popular dance club, where Sergeant Lizzie Thorpe is laid as bait in a trap set for a serial killer, who is drugging, abducting and murdering attractive women who refuse to dance with him...
When they blow the capture of a wanted felon, Starsky and Hutch each blame the other, and lay down a bet to see whether or not Hutch can successfully elude Starsky for a whole weekend. But the exercise in hide-and-seek becomes more than just a game when Starsky realises that Hutch has unknowingly eaten contaminated soup, and could die from the potentially lethal botulism poisoning. It's a race against time as Starsky struggles to locate Hutch to warn him, but Hutch, unawares to the poisoning, assumes it's all part of Starsky's attempts to draw him out, and dons a number of disguises in order to stay one step ahead...
Responding to a jewellery store robbery, Starsky is distraught when he accidentally shoots an art student caught in the cross-fire, costing the girl her sight. Guilt-stricken, he forcefully strikes up friendship with the blinded young woman, without confessing that he's the law officer that caused her to loose her vision. But their subsequent relationship soon proves to be very dangerous, as someone seems determined to keep him away from her, and Hutch comes to question just how much of a chance by-stander she really was in the incident...
Starsky and Hutch brush shoulders with high-society, at an exclusive party that photographer friend Marcie has invited them to, but the event grinds to a halt when an artist is shot dead by an unknown assassin. Marcie has caught the shooting on camera, and the Detective duo confiscate the pictures for Police evidence as they begin some black-tie sleuthing on the champagne circuit. But Marcie is determined to use the valuable photos to break into big-time journalism, and quietly holds on to one to sell to the highest bidder â€“ only for her life to now be endangered by the killer, who is determined to get their hands on the incriminating film...
After they arrest two ploughboys who soon after die of poisoning, the Detective pals pose as country boys in order to track down some Southern moonshiners who have brewn a bad batch of bootleg whisky. But the ruthless head of the innocent operation is determined to continue pushing the lethal brew at any cost...
When his daughter is raped, long-standing, veteran Detective Slate is devastated, and shoots her attacker, who's been brought in for questioning. With the wounded rapist looking like he'll get off scott-free and Slate facing serious charges, the distinguished Lieutenant takes the law into his own hands to get even with his daughter's assailant - and it's up to Starsky and Hutch to stop him in time...
The intrepid Detectives investigate a woman's claims that a jealous brief acquaintance from San Francisco has followed her to the city and is responsible for the vicious murders of a string of the her lovers. But there is a sinister twist to the case, and Starsky unknowingly places himself in great danger...
The Detective pair are working undercover at a plush hotel as effeminate hair-dressers Mr. Marlene and Tyrone, to trim the plans of an international master thief known as The Baron, who is expected to strike at the private auction of a highly valuable cache of diamonds...
“Black and Blue”
When the partners in crime-busting respond to a reported burglary, Hutch is shot by one of the teenage robbers, leaving him critically ill in hospital. Starsky is paired with a dynamic new partner, black Policewoman Joan Meredith, to track down the thieves, and they find themselves on the trail of an operation that is using ghetto youths to commit burglaries, and then selling their hauls on the black market...
Hutch takes the guise of a bumbling swimwear buyer and Starsky poses as an eccentric photographer, as the Detective duo enter the fashion world to stitch up a garment-business racketeering ring. But as they look into the case, they receive an unusual offer of help from a woman eager to get in on the action â€“ unfortunately, she only serves to compromise the undercover investigation...
“Cover Girl (a.k.a. No Deposit, No Return)”
When a leading model â€“ an old flame of Hutch's â€“ is told that she is terminally ill with Cancer, she arranges for a hit-man to end her life before the disease can take it's toll on her body. Then her doctors discover that she is in remission â€“ but her contact with the genius hit-man has been severed, and she must go to old friend Hutch for help to prevent the hit from taking place...
“Starsky's Brother (a.k.a. Starsky's Little Brother)”
Starsky's younger brother Nick arrives in the city to visit to his elder sibling. But the older Starsky soon has cause for concern that Nick is mixed up in criminal activities, when he is spotted entering a restaurant at the centre of a Federal stake-out that's trying to nail a counterfeiting scam...
“The Golden Angel”
The detectives are assigned to protect a wrestler who has received a death threat, with Starsky going into the ring himself to draw out a suspect.
“Ballad for a Blue Lady”
The detectives are called when a witness is found dead before he can testify against a notorious racketeer. Hutch begins to suspect that his girfriend's brother may be involved.
“Birds of a Feather”
A former partner of Hutch's arranges the murder of a witness in order to pay off his wife's gambling debts.
“Ninety Pounds of Trouble”
When a contract is put out to kill a top union official, Starsky and Hutch go undercover as hit men to protect him. But while Hutch rehearses his performance as a trigger man, Starsky is plagued by a young admirer who may compromise his cover.
“Huggy Can't Go Home (a.k.a. Huggy Can't Go Back)”
An illegal poker game puts Huggy Bear in a tight spot - holding a dead man's hand and facing a choice between covering for a friend or obeying the law.
“Targets Without a Badge (a.k.a. The Snitch) (1)”
A friend of Huggy's offers to finger a judge who is supplying drugs but is killed before he can testify. The case looks lost, and the cops lose Huggy's friendship.
“Targets Without a Badge (2)”
Starsky and Hutch have retired voluntarily but become involved in a blackmail case.
“Targets Without a Badge (3)”
“Starsky vs. Hutch”
Competing for the affections of a policewoman, Starsky and Hutch neglect their investigation of the murder of a dance-hall girl.
As Starsky lies in a hospital bed at death's door, Hutch goes after the powerful man who tried to have him killed