Captain McNeil's brother's widow (Shelley Winters) relies on Kojak to rescue her, get her employment, even pick up a bad check. She always has an excuse; now she's using her job at a ...
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Captain McNeil's brother's widow (Shelley Winters) relies on Kojak to rescue her, get her employment, even pick up a bad check. She always has an excuse; now she's using her job at a brokerage to lay off bets and winds up losing $12,000 for some hoods. Meanwhile, Kojak's men are protecting a threatened witness that was involved with the gamblers. He decides to make a run for it, so the hoods take the ditsy widow as hostage. Kojak's attempts to insulate his captain break down, but in the end, justice is done and love conquers all.Written by
If Theo Kojak had any hair left on top of the dome he'd have torn it out with all
the tsouris he has to endure for the sake of Shelley Winters.
Winters is the widow of Dan Frazer's brother who was also a cop and killed in the
line of duty. So that gives him two reasons to look out for. Why he and the rest
of the squad feel the need to keep Captain McNeill out of the loop I can't figure
Telly Savalas and the squad are also babysitting a real crybaby of a witness in
Basil Hoffman and Winters gets involved in that.
The episode is a bit silly but you have to see what Winters gets involved in to
earn a few extra dollars.
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