Written by Bill Nuss
Directed by Terrence O’Hara
An anti-technology terrorist is setting bombs around the beach, and will only let T.C. and Victor dismantle them. He wants all power in Santa Monica shut down for twelve hours on the first of the month. An FBI agent comes in to assist the unit, butting heads with Palermo by making Chris his liaison. In the end, it’s the Bike Patrol — and not the FBI — that discovers the bomber’s true plan is to use the blackout to pull a multi-million dollar bank heist. While this is happening, T.C.’s girlfriend Sandy returns to live with him, with the condition that he not tell her anything about his job so she won’t worry. But the agreement ends up making things harder on both of them.
|Lt. Anthony Palermo||Rick Rossovich|
|T.C. Callaway||Jim Davidson|
|Cory McNamara||Paula Trickey|
|Chris Kelly||Darlene Vogel|
|Victor Del Toro||Marcos Ferraez|
|Sandy Kellogg||Cindy Ambuehl|
|Wilson Dupree||Robin Sachs|
|Agent Timothy Stone||David Lee Smith|
|Dwight McMillen||David Parker|
|Executive Producers||Gary Nardino, Bill Nuss|
|Created by||Bill Nuss|
|Co-Executive Producers||Alan Mruvka, Marilyn Vance, Rick Filon|
|Co-Executive Producers||Jay Firestone, John Laing|
|Co-Producers||Terri Treas, Michael Zand|
|Produced by||John B. Moranville|
|Music by||Christopher Franke|
|Director of Photography||Christian Sebaldt|
|Associate Producer||Gary Winter|
|Casting by||Margaret McSharry, Brad Warshaw|
|Edited by||Barry L. Gold, a.c.e.|
|Production Designer||D.C. Schramm|
|Bike Patrol Uniforms Designed by||Marilyn Vance|
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