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Spenser: For Hire: The Complete Third Season [5 Discs] [DVD]

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  • Release Date: 09/01/2015
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    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3 out of 3)

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    The third and final season of Spenser: For Hire finds the titular private eye hero (Robert Urich again unattached romantically, inasmuch as his second-season sweetheart, Assistant DA Rita Fiori, has been written out of the show. But before you despair over the emotional well-being of Boston's best and most ethical P.I., be it noted that Barbara Stock, absent since Season One, has returned in the role of guidance counselor Susan Sullivan. It is explained that, after a year's residence in California, Susan has returned to Beantown, determined to give her relationship with Spenser a second chance despite the danger represented by Spenser's many enemies in the Underworld. But while Susan is back, another of the series' regulars, Richard Jaeckel at Lt. Martin Quirk of the Boston PD, has departed. The scriptwriters contrive to have Quirk retire from the force after suffering a heart attack. The season opens with Spenser mediating a deadly feud between a judge and a mobster, and soon after our hero's sentimental nature again resurfaces as he helps an alcoholic priest create a halfway house for homeless teams. The subsequent episode "Sleepless in Seattle" represents something of an inside joke for scripter Lee Goldberg, who names all the members of the fictional "Kincaid" clan after the characters in The Partridge Family. Meanwhile, Spenser's brooding, implicitly lethal street contact Hawk (Avery Brooks) exhibits the charisma that will soon enable him to star in his own self-named TV series, especially in the episodes wherein Hawk shield Susan against a "respectable" sexual predator, and in another story in which he tries to negotiate with a berserk, gun-wielding postal worker (and this BEFORE the popular coinage of the phrase "Going postal"!) Among the future stars appearing guest roles on Spenser: For Hire this season are Kadeem Hardison, Samuel L. Jackson, Laura San Giacomo, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ving Rhames. ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew


    • Robert Urich - Spenser
    • Avery Brooks - Hawk
    • Barbara Stock - Susan Silverman
    • Richard Jaeckel - Lt. Martin Quirk
    • Ron McLarty - Sgt. Frank Belson




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    Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 3 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      GREAT SHOW

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      AJSP
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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      IF YOU HAVE READ THE SPENSER BOOKS YOU WILL NOTICE THAT ROBERT URICH AND AVERY BROOKS AND BARBARA STOCK HAVE CAPTURED THE CHARACTERS OF ROBERT B PARKERS BOOKS OF SPENSER. THE DIALOGUE IS JUST AS THE BOOKS ARE WRITTEN. THIS IS PROBABLY DUE TO ROBERT B PARKERS BEING A CONSULTANT ON THE SHOW. IT/S TO BAD THE SHOW ONLY LASTED TWO SEASONS

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Now the series is complete!!

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      BillnWHCA
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      I was so happy when I discovered they finally released the final season of this INCREDIBLY AWESOME series. Now I have the entire series and I could not be happier.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      like the old shows

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      stlcards1
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      We like to watch the old shows as marathons. They solved the crimes without all the high-tech gadgets.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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