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Hardcastle and McCormick:
Virtual Season Four


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There were countless people involved in the first three seasons of Hardcastle and McCormick, and each of them provided invaluable contributions.  But behind it all was the driving force of one man.

With respect, appreciation, and love, this season of Hardcastle and McCormick is dedicated to Stephen J. Cannell.

 4.01: Another Day in Paradise
 4.02: Thunder in Las Vegas
 4.03: Third Time Pays for All
 4.04: A Matter of Trust
 4.05: Thin Blue Line
 4.06: Dead Man Switch
 4.07: Buried Treasure
 4.08: Where's Yosemite Sam When You Need Him?
 4.09: Ladies and Gentlemen
 4.10: Too Many Crooks
 4.11: Angel in the Centerfold
 4.12: Let it Snow
 4.13: Examination of Conscience
 4.14: Whose Life Is It, Anyway?
 4.15: Something's Going On In This Town
rerun: Another Day in Paradise (Orig Airdate: 9-23-11)
rerun: Thunder in Las Vegas (Orig Airdate 9-26-11)
 4.16: What's New, Pussycat?
 4.17: Séance on a Wednesday Afternoon
rerun: Third Time Pays for All (Orig Airdate: 10-3-11)
rerun: A Matter of Trust (Orig Airdate: 10-10-11)
 4.18: Murder at the Ballpark
 4.19: A Favor for Teddy
rerun: Thin Blue Line (Orig Airdate: 10-17-11)
rerun: Dead Man Switch (Orig Airdate: 10-24-11)
 4.20: Skullduggery
rerun: Buried Treasure (Orig Airdate: 10-31-11)
rerun: Where's Yosemite Sam When You Need Him? (Orig Airdate:  11-7-11)
 4.21: Dead Week, Part I
 4.22: Dead Week, Part II


These episodes are works of fanfiction, for entertainment purposes only. The characters and concepts of Hardcastle and McCormick do not belong to us, but to their original creators. We appreciate the opportunity to continue their legacy.


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