Homicide: Life on the Street Season 3 Episode 16 : The Old and the Dead

Beau meets Megan's cousin, NBC's Tim Russert. Kay and Stan return to duty, after Stan undergoes a final test, and Kay finds her desk has been moved. They like Beau, they both must get used to the job again. Tim and Beau investigate the discovery of a skeleton found buried in a backyard. Bolander and Munch discover an unlikely suspect in the murder of a quiet elderly couple: their grandson. Gee exposes Granger, who used his relatives in some department plumbing contracts; the information is leaked to the papers, Granger is forced to retire. Barnfather is made colonel and a new captain is named, Megan Russert. The higher ranks of the Baltimore police department are now more politically correct, but Gee doesn't like it.

NameHomicide: Life on the Street Season 3 Episode 16: The Old and the Dead
Air DateMarch 3rd, 1995
GenresMystery, Drama, Crime
NetworkNBC
Production CompaniesThames Television, Baltimore Pictures, Fatima Productions, MCEG/Sterling Entertainment, NBC Studios, Reeves Entertainment Group
DirectorMichael Fields
Guest StarsShawn Hatosy, Lyle Kanouse, Clayton LeBouef, Ralph Tabakin
Plot Keywordsbased on novel or book, police, baltimore, murder, police detective, baltimore maryland, homicide detective, police department, police protagonist
Richard Belzer
Richard Belzer
John Munch
Andre Braugher
Andre Braugher
Frank Pembleton
Clark Johnson
Clark Johnson
Meldrick Lewis
Yaphet Kotto
Yaphet Kotto
Al Giardello
Melissa Leo
Melissa Leo
Kay Howard
Ned Beatty
Ned Beatty
Stanley Bolander

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