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"Hill Street Blues" finished 87th (out of 96 shows) in the Nielsen ratings.

Summary: President Ronald Reagan (Joe Piscopo) sells a poor couple (Tony Rosato, Christine Ebersole) on his economics program that's served with no human compassion whatsoever.

This 34-disc box set, released last month, contains not only all the episodes but numerous bonus features, especially episode commentary (most notably on the pilot), a discussion by the show’s writers and a cast reunion.

Audiences have obviously grown so narratively sophisticated, but this was the first one to fracture a linear story.” My favorite story from the bonus features is when Bochco talks about the audience testing for the show’s pilot. Here are my reasons you should binge watch, even if you’re not stuck on the couch all winter. was revolutionary in its use of hand-held cameras, multi-part storylines, sprawling cast and realistic situations. It means that other than the lack of cell phones, the show remains as fresh as when it aired. The diverse cast was also ahead of its time, featuring two very different African-American characters, Latinos who were both gang members and police lieutenants, and supporting cast members that were as diverse as the inner city neighborhood where Hill Street station was located. acknowledge tensions between some of the white officers and the African-American and Latino neighborhoods they serve, there’s also tension between the black and white (“salt and pepper”) cops who are partnered together. Even Fay Furillo’s rants have a distinctive pattern. By accident, each episode takes place over one day.

I even counted several uses of the “n” word, once by an African-American resident to a cop, and twice more as insults against African-American characters. They’re surrounded by Belker the biter, Renko the Cowboy, La Rue the schemer who can’t catch a break, Bobby the voice of reason who develops a gambling problem, the sometimes bizarre SWAT Commander, and The Mother Hen precinct Seargent who’s dating a (of age) teenager. Bochco says in the bonus features that he and co-creator MIchael Kozoll realized they’d accidentally structured it to take place over one 24-hour period.

"Hill Street Blues" finished 87th (out of 96 shows) in the Nielsen ratings.

Summary: President Ronald Reagan (Joe Piscopo) sells a poor couple (Tony Rosato, Christine Ebersole) on his economics program that's served with no human compassion whatsoever.

This 34-disc box set, released last month, contains not only all the episodes but numerous bonus features, especially episode commentary (most notably on the pilot), a discussion by the show’s writers and a cast reunion.

Audiences have obviously grown so narratively sophisticated, but this was the first one to fracture a linear story.” My favorite story from the bonus features is when Bochco talks about the audience testing for the show’s pilot. Here are my reasons you should binge watch, even if you’re not stuck on the couch all winter. was revolutionary in its use of hand-held cameras, multi-part storylines, sprawling cast and realistic situations. It means that other than the lack of cell phones, the show remains as fresh as when it aired. The diverse cast was also ahead of its time, featuring two very different African-American characters, Latinos who were both gang members and police lieutenants, and supporting cast members that were as diverse as the inner city neighborhood where Hill Street station was located. acknowledge tensions between some of the white officers and the African-American and Latino neighborhoods they serve, there’s also tension between the black and white (“salt and pepper”) cops who are partnered together. Even Fay Furillo’s rants have a distinctive pattern. By accident, each episode takes place over one day.

I even counted several uses of the “n” word, once by an African-American resident to a cop, and twice more as insults against African-American characters. They’re surrounded by Belker the biter, Renko the Cowboy, La Rue the schemer who can’t catch a break, Bobby the voice of reason who develops a gambling problem, the sometimes bizarre SWAT Commander, and The Mother Hen precinct Seargent who’s dating a (of age) teenager. Bochco says in the bonus features that he and co-creator MIchael Kozoll realized they’d accidentally structured it to take place over one 24-hour period.

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