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TJ Hooker (1986) – Season 5 OPENING

TJ Hooker (1986) Season five opening. The weekly adventures of tough-as-nails veteran police officer Sgt. TJ Hooker, who rides the beat with his rookie partner Vince Romano. Stars William Shatner as Sgt. TJ Hooker, Adrian Zmed as Officer Vince Romano, Heather Locklear as Officer Stacy Sheridan, Richard Herd as Capt. Dennis Sheridan, Lee Bryant as Fran Hooker, April Clough as Vicki Taylor, James Darren as Officer Jim Corrigan.

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25 Responses to “TJ Hooker (1986) – Season 5 OPENING”

  1. coololds85 says:

    Again I cant believe I saw the entire series I never saw T.J. Hooker when it appeared on TV in new episodes. I loved the ending of the series it was great, better than most show serie endings these days.

  2. coololds85 says:

    @sexysagi Yes it was Adrian Zmed was in only seasons 1-4, than left and never appeared in the 5th season.

  3. cloverfield911 says:

    Heather Locklear was a busy girl in the 80s between this and Dynasty.

  4. sexysagi says:

    This must have been after Adrian Zmed left

  5. NIGHTWHMAN says:

    Shatner was dominating in the 80s i guess. The Star Trek movies, Hooker & in other tv shows he played in.

  6. cheomire says:

    so when that flaming car plunged into the water, how come the water didnt explode like those bikini atoll nuclear test footage?

  7. Mershiiiie says:

    So they cancelled the remaining seasons?!. Is it any idea to write to CBS and complanie :)

  8. coololds85 says:

    Can somebody tell me what time did T.J. Hooker air in the 5th season on a changed network on CBS thanks

  9. videozfann says:

    Go Shat! Hard to believe the remaining 3 season were cancelled dvd release because of so called “poor sales” of the first 2 just like the Fall Guy which was cancelled after 1 season released on dvd. Should be a law to either release all or none.

  10. ryoandr says:

    Is is me or this op has more shots of locklear than other chars ?

  11. Zebonka says:

    Bahaaha, Heather Locklear was such a fucking cheap bimbo. I like how they’re all in awe of the computer at 0:24.
    When is the rest of this fucking show coming on DVD?

  12. MrHooverX says:

    Any news on when the remaining seasons will be released on dvd?? Will they ever release it? /=

  13. pat1981lux says:

    @wotdoesthisbuttondo I prefered season 1′s theme.

  14. DavidHenesy says:

    @MGMLV these episodes from season which were on in 1990 -91, not the 80′s.

  15. DavidHenesy says:

    @abalto The years have been VERY kind to Shatner considering he’s 80 now and starring in a new hit sitcom playing a guy in his early 60′s and looks it!

  16. DavidHenesy says:

    @IHateStaleCrackers FUCK YOU

  17. Mattea68 says:

    @Bartman954 Not to change the subject, but when i was born my mom said she named me after him Darren

  18. Mattea68 says:

    @Bartman954 Not to change the subject but my mom said when i was born she named me after him, Darreb

  19. Mattea68 says:

    @Bartman954 Not to change the subject but my mom said when i was born she named me after him

  20. Bartman954 says:

    Does anyone else think that James Darren looks like a young Scotty?

  21. robbchr says:

    How you solve a crime @ :29

  22. robbchr says:

    Rich Husky is a great name.

  23. MrHooverX says:

    I do understand why the show got cancelled. After Vince Romano leavning the show, Hokker just seemes so lonely. It´s was these two that build this serie to what it became.

  24. MrHooverX says:

    Why the h*ll did they change the intro text from flashing police lights, to just a simple yellow text as in the first seasons?

  25. Supenmanu says:

    I never realized that this was James Darren…
    So seeing all those T.J. Hooker episodes from a nerdy Trekkie perspective:

    Captain Kirk went to the Holodeck and grabbed Vic Fontaine to go around and play Cop (-: That explains a lot (-:

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