In court, Crockett refuses to identify an informant and spends more time in jail than the drug dealer he is trying to bust. Gina and Trudy infiltrate a prostitution ring. Gina is placed in ...
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In court, Crockett refuses to identify an informant and spends more time in jail than the drug dealer he is trying to bust. Gina and Trudy infiltrate a prostitution ring. Gina is placed in a compromising position when they are suspicious that she is not a hooker.Written by
First appearance of Tubbs' blue convertible. See more »
In the initial chase scene that starts at Alvarado's house his Ford Bronco crosses a grassy median away from Tubbs' Caddy, but in the next cut is back in front of their car shooting back at them. See more »
A great cast, superb performances and an excellent script make this a memorable episode
"Give a Little, Take a Little" has several familiar faces appearing in it. "Lost"'s Terry O'Quinn plays a slippery lawyer, Michael Madsen plays bad guy Sally Alvarado and "Rocky"'s Burt Young plays the high-level pimp who is making Gina's life uncomfortable. The late Charlie Barnett makes his second appearance as 'Noogie' Lamont.
This is a well scripted, complex tale that is dark and uncompromising. Crockett reveals his sensitive side when he tries to protect a young informant's name from being revealed to the court. Meanwhile Gina finds herself in too deep when undercover as a prostitute.
This is solid, quality viewing.
Tina Turner's "You Better Be Good To Me" provides a memorable track in this episode.
9 out of 10.
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