History Series / TheStreetsOfSanFrancisco

7th Aug '16 8:52:12 PM Cindylover1969
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* PointyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero moment when [[spoiler:he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, in a helicopter). In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]

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* PointyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero moment when [[spoiler:he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, (literally, in a helicopter). In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]
16th Jul '16 3:43:33 AM Cindylover1969
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* AndThisIsFor: "Deadly Silence" and "Monkey Is Back."

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* AndThisIsFor: "Deadly Silence" and Silence," "Monkey Is Back."Back" and "Poisoned Snow."


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** In "Poisoned Snow," a cop's girlfriend is shot and killed by a junkie while she's trying to arrest him, which [[spoiler: drives the man to lace a dealer's cocaine with rat poison in hopes that the junkie who killed her will take a fatal dose. He does... as do many other junkies throughout San Francisco. Including his own son.]]
25th Jun '16 2:39:02 AM Cindylover1969
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* PointyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero when he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, in a helicopter). [[spoiler: In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]

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* PointyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero moment when he [[spoiler:he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, in a helicopter). [[spoiler: In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]
25th Jun '16 2:37:11 AM Cindylover1969
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* PontyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero when he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, in a helicopter). [[spoiler: In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]

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* PontyHairedBoss: PointyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero when he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, in a helicopter). [[spoiler: In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]
25th Jun '16 2:36:03 AM Cindylover1969
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* PontyHairedBoss: Newly-minted Captain Keely in "The Glass Dart Board," whose chart-centric approach to his job interferes with Stone and Keller's search for a sniper randomly shooting at a high-rise - and Keely having a NiceJobBreakingItHero when he personally ruins an operation to locate the sniper ''which would have worked if he'd come flying in'' (lierally, in a helicopter). [[spoiler: In fairness, Keely does eventually really he's an ebodiment of ThePeterPrinciple and returns to where he be useful.]]
7th Feb '16 10:26:51 PM Cindylover1969
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* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler: "Who Killed Helen French?" is, unusually for the series, a case of EverybodyLives. See the Trivia tab for more info.]]

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* FakingTheDead: EverybodyLives: [[spoiler: "Who Killed Helen French?" is, unusually for the series, a case of EverybodyLives. See the Trivia tab for more info.]]and "Time Out."]]


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* INeverSaidItWasPoison: [[spoiler:"Let's Pretend We're Strangers." Billy, who's suspected of murdering a young woman, has been gotten off by his legal aid lawyer - but then he tells her that he didn't kill anybody, and mentions the woman and another person (who he also killed because he spotted him leaving the scene of the crime) ''by name''... even though he shouldn't have known about the latter.]]


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* NotMeThisTime: In "Let's Pretend We're Strangers," Billy (who has a record of petty crimes) insists that he wasn't responsible for killing a woman in her apartment. [[spoiler: [[BlatantLies He was]].]]
1st Feb '16 12:44:21 PM Cindylover1969
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* BerserkButton: In "Dead Lift," making fun of fitness freak Josef or otherwise belitting him is a very good way to get yourself killed. As demonstrated in Act I.
19th Jan '16 11:07:53 AM nombretomado
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A crime drama that ran on {{ABC}} from 1972-1977, produced by Quinn Martin Productions (with [[Creator/WarnerBros Warner Bros. Television]] in season one). It starred Karl Malden as Det. Lt. Mike Stone, a veteran cop, and Creator/MichaelDouglas (in his StarMakingRole) as Inspector Steve Keller, Stone's younger partner. The series was shot on-location in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco. Douglas left the show at the start of its fifth and final season, and was replaced by Richard Hatch as Inspector Dan Robbins; this change was not popular with viewers (since ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|1978}}'' hadn't been created yet), so the series was cancelled.

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A crime drama that ran on {{ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}} from 1972-1977, produced by Quinn Martin Productions (with [[Creator/WarnerBros Warner Bros. Television]] in season one). It starred Karl Malden as Det. Lt. Mike Stone, a veteran cop, and Creator/MichaelDouglas (in his StarMakingRole) as Inspector Steve Keller, Stone's younger partner. The series was shot on-location in UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco. Douglas left the show at the start of its fifth and final season, and was replaced by Richard Hatch as Inspector Dan Robbins; this change was not popular with viewers (since ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|1978}}'' hadn't been created yet), so the series was cancelled.
17th Jan '16 9:58:02 PM Cindylover1969
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* PsychoLesbian: [[spoiler: "Once A Con."]]
10th Jan '16 9:52:01 PM Cindylover1969
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** [[spoiler: Boggs]] in "Hang Tough." [[spoiler: Unlike Jean, he succeeds.]]
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