Television Show: T.J. Hooker

T.J. Hooker was premiered on the 13th of March 1982 and lasted on the 28th of May 1986. It was an American police drama television series starred by William Shatner who did not have serious roles at that time.

T.J. Hooker focused on the life of a detective who returned back to his job as a Sergeant after his partnered was murdered. He goes back to the street to rid those homeland project free tv criminals responsible with his partner’s death. From plain clothes as a detective back in uniform as a Sergeant, T.J. Hooker portrayed by William Shatner was divorced but still friends with his ex-wife named Fran portrayed by Lee Bryant, who was a nurse.

He was assigned to train the new recruits of the academy. He was partnered with young, impulsive, and sometimes hot headed rookie named Vince Romano portrayed by Adrian Zmed. Hooker acted as his trainer on professional and personal part of his life. T.J. Hooker’s tough and different ways of doing the job done often results with him and station Captain Dennis Sheridan portrayed by Richard Herd clashed. Dennis Sheridan was a personnel in the LAPD academy precinct. He has a daughter named Stacy Sheridan portrayed by Heather Locklear, an attractive officer partnered with Jim Corrigan portrayed by James Darren. Jim was a veteran cop who along with Stacy patrolled the streets. The four worked closely and tackle each cases they encountered.

The series was sometimes hilarious with the help of Shatner’s portrayal as a straight-its-camp performance of moral speeches to young people involved on their cases and sometimes with his rookie partner Vince Romano. T.J. Hooker was a man with a lot of problems from his personal and professional life and that he was the one who was not agreed by everyone around him at times still he manage to set him self as a role model and he was respected and his ideas and ambitions were taken seriously by everyone.

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