Homicide: Life on the Street Season 3 Episode 2 : Fits Like a Glove

Gaffney allows a possible murder site to be washed down which causes Pembleton to go off on him. Russert takes Gaffney off the case and Pembleton is made the primary. Things get more complicated as a second victim is found. Beau tries to decide between his family and his relationship with Megan and he confides in Kay; his wife tries to reconcile with him. Russert wrestles with the media demands about the case. Something from Bayliss' past comes out when they try to get the liquor license for their bar. Bayliss goes to the liquor commissioner to work things out. A collector of the macabre comes in search of the victim's white gloves. A third victim is discovered.

NameHomicide: Life on the Street Season 3 Episode 2: Fits Like a Glove
Air DateOctober 21st, 1994
GenresMystery, Drama, Crime
NetworkNBC
Production CompaniesThames Television, Baltimore Pictures, Fatima Productions, MCEG/Sterling Entertainment, NBC Studios, Reeves Entertainment Group
WriterBonnie Mark
DirectorTed Demme
Guest StarsPamela Payton-Wright, Tony Todd
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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