What a great show Homicide was. So many great episodes. The one stuck in my mind is with Vincent D'Norfio stuck between a platform and a train with instant death waiting for him once the train is pulled away.
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> Reading the NEW YORK TIMES piece on David Mills, I noticed he'd written one of my favorite episodes of HOMICIDE: LIFE ON THE STREETS. It's in season one, where Robin Williams plays a father whose family is vacationing in Baltimore and the mother is killed. A powerful performance by Williams, and the teleplay is outstanding. Definitely worth a re-watch if you have the DVD set.
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