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EPISODE GUIDE:

Season Three:

  • Blood and Wine Part 1, Part 2 (Two hours: 23 September 1987) 

    writer  : Coleman Luck, director: Alan Metzger
    Recurring characters: Robert Lansing, Keith Szarabajka
    with  Telly Savalas, William Atherton, Moira Harris, Tom Atkins, Elizabeth Franz, Christopher Murney, Alan Mixon, Trish Hawkins
    McCall and a former terrorist, now a monk, are both searching for the monk's former partner, a terrorist who uses plastic surgery after each assignment to keep ahead of his enemies.

  • Suspicion of Innocence (30 September 1987) 

    writer  : Robert Eisele, director: Russ Mayberry
    Recurring char.: Mark Margolis, Charles Cioffi
    with  Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio, William Converse-Roberts, Mary Kane, Ann Wedgeworth, John Randolph
    McCall regrets persuading a young retarded friend of his into going to the police after he witnesses a murder; he's arrested for the crime.

  • In the Money (7 October 1987) 

    writers  : Ed Waters, Scott Shepherd, director: Aaron Lipstadt
    Recurring char.: Keith Szarabajka
    with  Ashley Crow, John Heard, Dennis Boutsikaris, Oliver Platt, Paul Perri, Patricia Richardson
    The trading on Wall Street gets a little rough; McCall and Mickey pull a half-drowned woman from the river after she gets in the way of some ruthless manipulators.

  • Encounter in a Closed Room (14 October 1987) 

    writers : Ann Hamilton, Scott Shepherd, director: Jim Johnston
    Recurring char.: Chad Redding, Robert Lansing
    with  Michael Moriarty, Maureen Mueller, Liliana Komorowska, George Gerdes, Jamey Sheridan
    McCall tries to help a European defector free her parents from the KGB, who have kidnaped them to exert pressure on her to persuade another defector to return to their homeland.

  • Mission McCall (Two Parts: 28 October 1987 - 4 November 1987) 

    writers  : Ed Waters, Scott Shepherd, Coleman Luck director: Alan Metzger
    Recurring char.: Robert Lansing, Keith Szarabajka, William Zabka, Richard Jordan (as Harley Gage)
    with  Robert Mitchum, Frances Fisher
    Scott discovers that his father has been kidnapped by someone, and following his father's instructions, contacts an old Company colleague, Richard Dyson, who sets things in motion to find out who has McCall and to get him back.

  • Shadow Play (11 November 1987) 

    writer  : Robert Eisele, director: Russ Mayberry
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan, Robert Lansing, Keith Szarabajka, Chad Redding
    with  Tomas Milian, Paul Calderon, J.T. Walsh, Tom Klunis, Christopher Murney
    McCall helps a fellow Intelligence officer stay alive despite someone's efforts to keep him from talking to a Congressional committee.

  • Inner View (18 November 1987) 

    writer  : Jim Trombetta director: Marc Laub
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan
    with  Katherine Cortez, Toni Kalem, Paul Hipp, Ron Vawter, Terrence Mann
    A psychic can't convince the police that she has `seen' the next attack of a serial killer, so she turns to McCall for help in preventing it.

  • The Rehearsal (2 December 1987) 

    writer  : Robert Eisele, director: Alan Metzger
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan
    with  Sharon Chatten, Jennifer Van Dyke, George Morfogen, Ned Eisenberg, Gwylumm Evans, Chris Cooper, John Garson
    McCall and Kostmayer are caught with an acting company rehearsing a new work when a psychopath boobytraps the theater exits with bombs.

  • Christmas Presence (16 December 1987) 

    writer  : Coleman Luck, director: Michael O'Herlihy
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan, Maureen Anderman (Pete)
    with  Jacqueline Brooks, Corey Carrier, Martin Shakar, Joseph Hindy, John R. McManus, Matthew Kimrough, Robert Dorfman
    McCall asks Harley to help him handle a request for help from a six-year-old AIDS victim who is living with his grandmother and facing increasingly violent harassment from the frightened and angry neighbors.

  • A Dance On The Dark Side (13 January 1988) 

    writer  : David Lightstone director: Jonathan Perry
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan, Chad Redding, Maureen Anderman
    with  David Andrews, Amanda Plummer, George DiCenzo, Madeleine Potter, John Seitz, William Carden, Marilyn McIntire
    A police station switchboard operator overhears a detective discussing the murder of his former partner and goes to McCall for help when she receives threats to keep her quiet.

  • The Child Broker (20 January 1988) 

    writer  : Mick Curran director: Mark Sobel
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan
    with  Christopher Collet, Mary-Joan Negro, Thomas G. Waites, Frances Ruffelle, Lycia Naff, Jerry O'Connell, Frank Whaley, Sam Rockwell
    A young woman asks McCall to help her boyfriend break away from the control of a junior "Fagin".

  • Video Games (27 January 1988) 

    writer  : Peter McCabe, director: James Contner
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan, Maureen Anderman John Bedford Lloyd
    with  Daniel Davis, Vanessa Angel, Maryann Urbano, Andreas Katsulas, Annabelle Gurwitch
    A reporter's wife asks McCall to find her husband, who has disappeared while working undercover on a call-girl operation involving blackmail and the death of his daughter.

  • Something Green (10 February 1988) 

    writer  : Kevin Droney, director: Luis Soto
    Recurring char.: Richard Jordan, Keith Szarabajka
    with  Jon De Vries, Lisa Eichhorn, Ronald Hunter, Leon Russom, Macaulay Culkin, Debra Stricklin, Michael Hammond, Neal Ben Ari
    The ex-wife of a European diplomat asks McCall to help her retrieve her son from his father before he can leave the country with the boy and $10 million in mob money.

  • The Mystery of Manon (Two Parts: 17 February 1988 - 24 February 1988) 

    writer  : Coleman Luck, director: Bradford May
    Recurring char.: Robert Lansing, William Zabka, Mark Margolis, Irving Metzman
    with  Melissa Anderson, Anthony Zerbe, Anne Heywood, Lawrence Dane
    Yvette Marcel asks her godfather, Control, and McCall for help dealing with her irrational father, who is intent on locating Manon, the mother she believed had been killed years before.

  • No Place Like Home (16 March 1988) 

    writer  : Robert Eisele, director: Tobe Hooper
    Recurring char.: Keith Szarabajka, Maureen Anderman
    with  Michael Rooker, Kelly Curtis, Matthew Stamm, Michael Lerner, Richard Bright, Leo Burmester, Ed Lauter
    McCall comes to the aid of a recently dispossessed man and his family who has been moved in a welfare hotel and is facing pressure from the landlord to take part in his welfare scams.

  • Last Call (23 March 1988) 

    writer  : Robert Crais, director: Michael O'Herlihy
    Recurring char.: Keith Szarabajka, Maureen Anderman
    with  Joe Maruzzo, Michael Cerveris, Kathleen Doyle, David Schramm, James Rebhorn, Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick, Peter Sellars, Charles Keating, Tony Azito, Ron Lee Savin
    A rapist being hunted by a mob assassin takes hostage Kostmayer, Pete and several customers.

  • Regrets Only (30 March 1988) 

    writer  : Robert Crais, director: James Contner
    Recurring char.: Keith Szarabajka, Maureen Anderman
    with  J. Smith-Cameron, Philip Kraus, Jean DeBaer, Tony Longo, Polly Holliday
    A young woman trying to start her life over faces continuing harassment from her upscale, professional husband who won't let her go but who is smart enough to conceal his activities.

  • Target of Choice (6 April 1988) 

    writer  : Kevin Droney, director: Mark Sobel
    Recurring char.: Keith Szarabajka, Mark Margolis, Maureen Anderman, John Bedford Lloyd
    with  Michael Parks, Verna Bloom, Kevin Geer, Lenny Venito, Steven Markus
    A man fears for his life and that of his family when the murderer he helped put away is paroled and turns up living in his neighborhood.

  • Always a Lady (4 May 1988) 

    writer  : Peter McCabe, director: Marc Laub
    Recurring char.: Chad Redding, Keith Szarabajka, Robert Lansing, Maureen Anderman
    with  Ann Twomey, Lewis Van Bergen, Joseph Mascolo, Susan Gibney, Mary Lane, Ron Frazier, Barry Snider, Benjamin Levy
    McCall's former protege at the Agency calls in a panic when she is apparently framed for the theft of a large amount of money from her gangster employer, but he arrives too late to save her life.

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