Barney Miller 4.1
Standout performance from Stanley Brock, in a downbeat and sobering story about vigilantism.
- The best thing here is Brock’s performance as the arrogant, cocky guy who puts up posters offering a reward for anyone who shoots a criminal. But, across the board, the guest cast are strong.
- The story moves quite slowly, getting bogged down in the middle with a lot of repetitive shouting back and forth between Rosten and Cotterman. But the silence that descends - upon news arriving, from the hospital, of the man’s death - is quality drama.