21 Jump Street & other Stephen J. Cannell shows

MSCL may be gone from the tv screen, but there are lots of good (and bad) new productions airing each week. Talk with other MSCL fans about your favorite shows or the shows you hate. Of course you can also discuss TV show DVD releases here.
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TomSpeed
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Post by TomSpeed » Aug 29th 2004, 11:30 pm

Thanks. I don't know why her name popped into my brain. It must have been caused by the mention of soft-core porn. Her movies were a little more blue though.
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Post by So-Called Loon » Sep 16th 2004, 4:32 am

candygirl quoting somebody else wrote:The young, hip police series "21 Jump Street," debuted in April 1987 on the then-new Fox Broadcasting network. With Johnny Depp, Peter DeLuise, Dustin Nguyen and Holly Robinson in leading roles, the show quickly became the most popular series on Fox.
Oh boy. I liked that show. Where did those people (minus Depp) disappear to?
Fred Dryer and Stephanie Kramer starred in the police drama "Hunter" which originally debuted in 1984 on NBC. With a gun named Simon, Hunter was a L.A.P.D. detective with a tough but beautiful partner, Detective Sgt. Dee Dee McCall.
Oh boy. I liked that show. Stephanie Kramer was a major goofball in interviews. :P

Speaking of a guy who liked his gun, what about "Sledge Hammer"?

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