“THE RIGHT THING”
Written by Richard C. Okie
Directed by John B. Moranville
After a high profile Hispanic leader, JOHN PATRONE, who is trying to bring an end to warring gang factions in Santa Monica is slain by a snipers bullet, our young recruits finds the main suspect is a likeable motorcycle mechanic whose daughter committed suicide a year before. When it is learned she was pregnant by Patrone, and that he was involved in drug dealing and gun running, it appears that this good citizen took the law into his own hands to bring the man down. By episode’s end, Bobby Cruz is arrested for concealing evidence and the three other new Pacific Blue cops are under arrest as well.
Cannon Boy, a teenager obsessed with firing himself from a cannon, is pursued on the beach.
|Bobby Cruz||Mario Lopez|
|T.C. Callaway||Jim Davidson|
|Cory McNamara||Paula Trickey|
|Chris Kelly||Darlene Vogel|
|Monica Harper||Shanna Moakler|
|Russ Granger||Jeff Stearns|
|Jamie Strickland||Amy Hunter Cornelius|
|Bruce Best||Kevin McClatchy|
|Father Crane||John Kirby|
|Stewart Jason||Jace Levine|
|Carol Best||Julie McCullough|
|Lt. Jessup||Holly Gagnier|
|Red Dog||Jo D. Jonz|
|Phil Jason||Alan Blumenfeld|
|Larry Small||Jeremy Wieand|
|John Patrone||Fred Saldone|
|Steven Plana||Eddie Garcia|
|Rhonda||Taraji P. Henson|
|Executive Producer||Bill Nuss|
|Created by||Bill Nuss|
|Co-Executive Producers||Alan Mruvka, Marilyn Vance, Rick Filon|
|Co-Executive Producers||Jay Firestone, John Laing|
|Co-Executive Producer||John B. Moranville|
|Executive Consultant||Richard C. Okie|
|Supervising Producer||Paul Brown|
|Co-Producer||John J. Scherer|
|Music by||Christopher Franke|
|Director of Photography||Bob Hayes|
|Associate Producer||Gary Winter|
|Casting by||Margaret McSharry, Brad Warshaw|
|Edited by||Barry L. Gold, a.c.e.|
|Production Designer||Vince Cresciman|
|Bike Patrol Uniforms Designed by||Marilyn Vance|
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