Starsky & Hutch Slash Virtual Season 6

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Z3P-601. Targets, by Sarah Problem. Aired 4/30/2002
     When a man ends up dead, a vacation turns deadly for Starsky and Hutch, who find themselves prime targets.

Z3P-602. The Part Called Earning Our Daily Bread, by Blue Starsky. Aired 5/14/2002
     A new mob boss from Southern California comes to town with hopes of taking over the auto theft business in Bay City. He's got a penchant for Pekingese but ice in his veins when it comes to fellow humans. If he'd kill one of his own, what chance do two of BC's finest have?

Z3P-603. The Stranger, by Candy Apple. Aired 5/28/2002
     When a serial rapist turns murderer, Starsky, Hutch, Lizzie, and Arturo join forces to take him off the streets. Meanwhile, Hutch makes a discovery that causes a painful conflict with Starsky.

Z3P-604. The Veil, by Ellis Murdock. Aired 6/11/2002
     A forced link-up with a retired detective obsessed with the continued investigation of an eighteen-year-old murder case leads Starsky and Hutch through old leads and new clues that eventually bag them more than they ever bargained for.

Z3P-SFW1, Special Feature Week. Aired 6/25/2002
     Wallpapers, Stationery, Sound-bytes, etc., from the Art Department. URL supplied.

Z3P-605. To Bear Witness, by Keri T. Aired 7/9/2002
     While escorting a prisoner to trial by train, Starsky and Hutch are both met by more than one deadly surprise.

Z3P-606. Surprises, by Lucy. Aired 7/23/2002
     Caught up in a horrifying case, the guys get a bit careless with their personal life.

Z3P-607. Big Men on Campus--Part 1, by Kaye Austen Michaels. Aired 8/6/2002
     To kick off Starsky's collegiate career, Starsky and Hutch enroll in a course perfectly suited to their lives outside the classroom. But when the professor's former research assistant receives death threats, will the detectives earn extra credit for saving the day, or find that the halls of academia can be as deadly as life on the streets?

Z3P-608. Big Men on Campus--Part 2, by Kaye Austen Michaels. Aired 8/20/2002
     To kick off Starsky's collegiate career, Starsky and Hutch enroll in a course perfectly suited to their lives outside the classroom. But when the professor's former research assistant receives death threats, will the detectives earn extra credit for saving the day, or find that the halls of academia can be as deadly as life on the streets?

Z3P-609. House of Mirrors, by HutchRules3. Aired 9/3/2002
     A long weekend visit to his parents' home finds Hutch torn between his feelings for Starsky and his parents' anticipated response. When Hutch's sister asks them to become involved in her friend's rape case, Hutch's dilemma grows as he seems trapped in a house of mirrors that both reflects and distorts the key issues and people in his life.

Z3P-610. Victoria Don't Live Here No More, by Lutra Cana. Aired 9/17/2002
     In a well-meaning effort to help out Huggy's cousin, the partners get involved in real estate, bigotry, and a little murder. Along the way, they take a hard look at "officially" living together and what changes it would mean in their lives.

Z3P-611. Broken Oath, by Lucy. Aired 10/1/2002
     A stocking strangler is killing little old ladies, and Starsky and Hutch are called in to help a smaller precinct with the serial crimes. Feeling the pressure to solve the crimes against elderly widows living alone gives it a personal edge for Starsky, following so closely behind Hutch's family visit turned fiasco. But Hutch isn't quite up to par. Are his headaches a leftover from his injury while at home, or a sign of something worse?

Z3P-SFW2, Special Feature Week. Aired 10/15/2002
     Missing and stand-alone scene snippets showcase--Missing scenes from aired or virtual season episodes.

Z3P-612. Love Remembers, by Sarah Problem. Aired 10/29/2002
     When strange things happen in an old closed theater, a friend of Starsky and Hutch's asks them to investigate. What they find, or don't find, draws the guys into the investigation of a suspicious death and makes them wonder if they're starting to see things that aren't there.

Z3P-613. One on One, by Candy Apple. Aired 11/12/2002
     When a popular teacher is found murdered in the gymnasium of Rosie Dobey's school, Dobey orders Starsky and Hutch to make the puzzling case their top priority, juggling it with the ongoing investigation into the mysterious murder of a local attorney.

Z3P-614. Heartfelt Thanks, by pepcidDC. Aired 11/26/2002
     The station is in an uproar, their personal lives are in chaos, there's good news and bad news coming from all sides, and they've got a homework assignment. Must be the Thanksgiving Episode! Note: This is a flashback episode.

Z3P-615. The Time for Easy is Over, by Blue Starsky. Aired 12/10/2002
     As Starsky and Hutch prepare for the holidays, the partners are aware that Captain Dobey is becoming increasingly suspicious of their relationship. What should they do? Their worries about this take a back seat when they discover that Starsky could have a serious illness. So much for a Merry Christmas.