"Well, muslin's always nice." (Terror of the Docks)

Shoe observations
• A man, coming out of Sweet Alice's apartment, drops a shoe on Hutch’s foot. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Despite what their unconscious bodies have gone through, Starsky and Hutch each have both their shoes on when they wash up on the beach. (Playboy Island)
• Huey Chaco’s missing boot toe piece is a clue. (Texas Longhorn)
• Colonel Sonny’s boots are portrayed prominently. (Survival)
• Eckworth remembers the “bum’s” two-toned shoes. (Vendetta)
• Harry Martin’s shoes at Sarah’s house are a clue. (Kill Huggy Bear)
• Hutch asks Starsky if he can borrow his little black pumps for the dance contest. (Moonshine)
• Hutch comments on Starsky’s “blue tennis shoes.” (Hostages)
• Hutch says if Starsky and Hutch’s arrest record were as good as Iron Mike’s, Dobey would have their shoes bronzed. (Iron Mike)
• Hutch suggests Starsky would feel better if he put on some black pumps. (Moonshine)
• Hutch throws a stray shoe after the john at the Chapel of Bodily Invigoration. (Specialist)
• Jack Mitchell’s white shoes are a red herring. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Lionel’s orthopedic boot clomps along. (Quadromania)
• Rudy Skyler’s shoes have no shoelaces to prevent suicide. (Murder Ward)

• Starsky and Hutch use Colby’s shoes to bang on lockers. (Deadly Imposter)
• Starsky wears tennis shoes and a nice suit, which embarrasses Laura. (Velvet Jungle)
• Starsky throws a shoe at the door to hit Hutch. (Satan’s Witches)
• Starsky wears brown cowboy boots in first two episodes filmed. (Pilot, Death Ride)
• Starsky’s empty shoes help in robbery as a decoy. (Tap Dancing)
• Starsky’s shoes hurt his feet. (Tap Dancing)
• Starsky’s shoes hurt his insoles. (Bait)
• Upon learning his son is dead, Ted Bank’s dad wants his $32 shoes back. (Terror on the Docks)
• Hutch notices the “bum’s” shoes are too nice. (Plague)
• Starsky wears brown sneakers. (Targets 3, Huggy Can’t Go Home)

Starsky and Hutch in one shoe
• Starsky has only one shoe on when he awakes. (Fix)
• Starsky hops outside in a hurry with just one shoe on. (Satan’s Witches)
• Hutch hops out of the stateroom with one shoe on. (Murder at Sea)
• After Hutch rushes out to “save” Kira from Mr. Arnold, Kira asks Hutch, “What happened to your other boot?” Hutch answers, “What boot?” (Starsky vs. Hutch)

Starsky without shoes
• His shoes are taken from him by the cultists. (Bloodbath)
• He is shoeless in the car, putting them on the dash. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• He puts his bare feet on Dobey’s desk. (Dandruff)

Hutch without shoes
• Huggy removes Hutch’s shoes. (Fix)

Dobey without a tie
• He is tie-less at Rosie’s party. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• He wears a red cardigan at breakfast with Starsky and Hutch. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• He is tie-less on Sunday, when was supposed to take Chief Ryan golfing. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• He wears a sweater. (Strange Justice)
• He plays Mastermind with Hutch at the hospital, wearing no tie. (Black and Blue)
• He dresses as in a plumber uniform. (Specialist)
• He plays pool at the Pits in casual clothes. (Birds of a Feather)
• He takes his tie off in front of Hutch. (Cover Girl)

Straight jackets
• Starsky wears one. (Murder Ward)
• Huggy wears one. (Murder at Sea)

Bulletproof vests
• Starsky and Hutch each wear one when they go to the oil field. (Specialist)
• Hutch wears one during the ransom run. (Psychic)

Dobey wears a bib while he eats
• He wears a bib over deli with Starsky and Hutch. (Class in Crime)
• He wears plastic wrap as one in the Inner Circle Celebration. (Sweet Revenge)
• He wears a bib while eating in his office, just before his dance lesson. (Discomania)

Guys and purses
• The bad guys go through Vanessa’s purse, looking for the diamond. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Flent carries a purse. (Little Girl Lost)
• Gage, while in the van, puts the chloroform packet into Michelle’s purse. (Class in Crime)
• Hutch carries Linda’s purse while hiding at Jenson Corners. (Death Ride)
• Starsky picks up Linda's purse from the cafe. (Death Ride)
• Hutch picks up and hands Chris her big purse. (Heroes)
• Hutch tucks some “dog food” money in Orange’s purse. (Running)
• Jerry asks Mr. David Delano if he wants to “check his purse.” (Death Notice)
• Starsky and Hutch look through victims’ purses in the squad room. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Tremaine follows women into the bathroom and steals their purses when they set them down. (Pariah)
• Huggy keeps his pet rocks in a giant swirly purse. (Committee)
• Fifi has Hutch get her purse and give it to her at the door. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Vern steals purses out of hotel rooms. (Running)

Men dress as women to commit crimes
• Fireball Cannon (Psychic, Omaha Tiger)
• “lady” robber in bar (Psychic)
• “lady” robber in department store (Iron Mike)
• Lionel (Quadromania)

Woman dresses as a man to commit crime
• Monique (Avenger)

People wear Starsky and Hutch’s long-sleeved shirts after they sleep over
• Starsky’s, Sharman (Running)
• Hutch’s, Molly (Pariah)
• Hutch’s, Vanessa (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Hutch’s, Anna (Body Worth Guarding)
• Hutch’s, Diana (Fatal Charm)
• Kira? (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Huggy (Kill Huggy Bear)

• Supergnat (Lady Blue)
• Terrible Tessie (Omaha Tiger)
• Rene Nadasy (Vampire)
• Huggerini the Incredible (Murder at Se

• black robes (Bloodbath)
• red robes (Satan’s Witches)

Ring on the fourth finger of the left hand, perhaps a wedding ring
• Corman doesn’t wear one, despite his being a “family man.” (Snowstorm)
• Dan Slate still wears one. (Strange Justice)
• Dobey isn’t wearing one. (Iron Mike, Cover Girl)
• The Professor wears one. (Action)
• Doris Huntley sold her wedding rings to pay gambling debts. (Birds of a Feather)
• Frankie, of Frankie’s Gym, wears one. (Pilot)
• Frank Stryker wears one. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Gunther doesn’t wear one. (Sweet Revenge)
• Harry Salidas wears one. (Deckwatch)
• Basil Monk doesn’t wear one. (Photo Finish)
• Officer Sterling, Immigration, wears one. (velvet)
• Paco Ortega doesn’t wear one. (Velvet Jungle)
• Prudholm and Woody threaten Freddie with his wife’s wedding ring. (Starsky’s Lady)
• Lionel Rigger doesn’t wear one. (Targets 1)
• Ernie Silvers wears one. (Game)
• Hutch, as C.W. Jackson, wears one. (Moonshine)
• Sgt. Sheila Peterson wears one. (Crying Child)
• Simonetti wears one. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Starsky and Hutch notice that Debra doesn’t wear a wedding ring. (Set-Up)
• Trayman wears one. (Trap)
• Dr. Ginny Simpson doesn’t wear one. (Velvet Jungle)
• Jack wears one. (Class in Crime)
• Harry Wheeling doesn’t wear one. (Velvet Jungle)
• Buddy Owens doesn’t wear one. (Dandruff)
• Davidowsky wears one. (Dandruff)
• Evelyn Rankin (Losing Streak)

Red socks on Starsky
• Long Walk
• Omaha Tiger
• Playboy Island
• Satan’s Witches, though could be the bottoms of his long underwear
• Starsky vs. Hutch

• Hutch, black knit cap (Set-Up)
• Hutch, black, large hat (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Hutch, boater hat (Playboy Island)
• Hutch, cowboy hat (Tap Dancing, Bait, Moonshine)
• Hutch, the lid to the stuffed veal pan (Sweet Revenge)
• Hutch, formal, dapper brown hat (Targets 2)
• Hutch, gangster hat (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Hutch, hunting cap (Iron Mike)
• Hutch, large sombrero (Murder at Sea)
• Hutch, little effete bowler with white ribbon (Murder Ward)
• Hutch, sexy black beret thing (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Hutch, straw cowboy hat (Targets 3)
• Hutch, straw hat (Playboy Island)
• Hutch, straw hat with black ribbon on brim (Velvet Jungle)
• Hutch, tan thing at bar (Death in a Different Place)
• Hutch, terrycloth bowler (Playboy Island)
• Hutch, ugly knit cap (Game)
• Hutch, white straw hat with red ribbon (Shootout)
• Hutch, yarmulke (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Hutch, Carlyle’s classy brimmed hat (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Hutch asks, “Starsky, where’s my hat?” “On your head.” (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Starsky and Hutch, Duke’s choice (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Starsky, black bowler (Velvet Jungle)
• Starsky, black top hat (Shootout)
• Starsky, boater hat (Playboy Island)
• Starsky, cabbie scrunch (Quadromania, Tap Dancing)
• Starsky, gangster hat, visor (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Starsky, Huggy’s straw hat for a little while (Iron Mike)
• Starsky, cowboy hat (Murder on Stage 17, Moonshine)
• Starsky, Hutch’s cowboy hat for a while (Tap Dancing)
• Starsky, train scrunch (Nightmare)
• Starsky, knit number (Pilot)
• Starsky, red hardhat (Jojo)
• Starsky, tan scrunch (Playboy Island)
• Starsky, trucker scrunch (Set-Up)
• Starsky, white brimmed one with black band (Dandruf

Things in hats that aren’t heads
• Baron puts the “diamonds” in his police cap and escapes. (Dandruff)
• Callendar’s rooftop contact keeps the withheld firing pin in his hat. (Plague)
• Hutch keeps a photo of Joanne Stockton under his hat. (Bait)
• Hutch puts poker chips in his hat. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Hutch puts quarters from slot machine in his hat. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Basil has Harvey pour some cracked corn in Basil’s hat, to feed the fish in the pond (Photo Finish)
• Starsky looks in his hat for his proof of weight for truck, but it isn’t there. Hutch has it. (Set-Up)
• Dobey tells Fargo about the undercover operation, asking him to, “Keep this under your hat.” (Committee)

Starsky and club apparel
• Starsky asks Fat Rolly if you get a jacket with your name on it for the “Subculture Social Athletic Club.” (Texas Longhorn)
• Starsky asks Knight and Williams if the Committee has club jackets. (Committee)
• Starsky mentions his letter sweater. (Action)

Guys who wear that CAT trucker hat
• Billy Joe (Partners)
• Sheriff Tyce (Satan’s Witches)
• fellow in Mission Alley (Manchild on the Streets)

Hutch in glasses, excluding sunglasses
• as Charlie (Tap Dancing)
• as Mr. Caplan (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• as Nurse Hansen (Murder Ward)
• Hutch is told by Fireball to get some (Long Walk)
• Hutch as Jack Ives (Groupie)

Starsky and Hutch and women’s clothing
• “I dunno, you look rather nice in basic black and pearls,” Starsky tells Hutch. (Omaha Tiger, Psychic)
• Hutch tells Starsky, "Nice lookin' nightgown you got there." (Bloodbath)
• Hutch clutches Linda’s black and white purse for way too long. (Death Ride)
• Hutch comments that Laura Steven’s clothes on Starsky’s arm don’t “go with your eyes anyway.” (Velvet Jungle)
• Hutch holds a lavender doll dress up to himself, and Starsky says, “I like you better in red.” (Nightmare)
• Hutch tells Starsky, “Maybe if you tried on your black pumps, darling’, you might feel better?” (Moonshine)

• Starsky and Hutch drape themselves with Lisa’s bras and clothing in the airport after searching her luggage. (Foxy Lady)
• Starsky dresses as old lady. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Starsky hangs a fetching plaid women blouse on Hutch. (Iron Mike)
• Hutch asks Starsky, “You wouldn’t mind if I used your little black pumps, would you?” (Moonshine)
• Starsky asks Hutch if he should pull over so Hutch “can slip into something less formal.” (Crying Child)
• Starsky holds negligee up to himself, says to Hutch, “It’s not for me, it is for my weird partner. I can’t decide whether he likes black or pink.” (Iron Mike)
• Starsky tells Hutch, “You look dynamite in a tutu and toe shoes.” (Deckwatch)
• Starsky tells Fireball, “I wouldn’t be caught dead in a dress like that.” (Omaha Tiger, Psychic)
• Starsky tells Hutch, “Well, I could put on a skirt.” (Targets 1)
• Hutch asks Starsky, “Can I maybe interest you in something from lady’s lingerie, maybe a negligee?” (Iron Mike)

Starsky and Hutch in identical outfits
• They wear identical outfits in back to back episodes. It is the red, white and blue plaid shirt, black leather jacket and blue jeans ensemble. Starsky notices, and he gives Hutch a funny look about it when he comes into the squad room. (Heroes, Crying Child)
• They arrive at the Pits in jeans, black turtlenecks and black leather jackets to meet Kira. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Added bonus: Starsky and Nick wear nearly identical red shirts and dark pants during their altercation. (Starsky's Brother)

Mentions of Starsky and Hutch in uniform
• After losing Pardee, Starsky tells Hutch, “Tomorrow you’ll probably be back on the streets. In blue.” (Game)
• Dobey observes them in uniform as security guards and tells them he is glad they are out of uniform, as they look bad. (Hostages)
• Dobey threatens Starsky and Hutch, “You’re going to find yourselves in uniform walking a beat again.” (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• Hutch busted Shockley while in uniform. (Bait)
• Hutch tells Sonny, “I don’t wear a uniform; I’m a detective with the Police Department.” (Survival)
• Starsky and Hutch mention their first assignment out of uniform, the McKinley High School drug case. (Pariah)

Wearing a Huggy Bear tee shirt
• Pepper the shoeshine girl (Gillian)
• Diane (Bait, Savage Sunday)
• Anita (Game)
• unnamed waitress working on the ledger (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• unnamed waitress delivering drinks (Starsky’s Brother)
• unnamed waitress (Deadly Imposter)
• unamed waitress (Body Worth Guarding)
• unnamed waitress (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Huggy (Starsky vs. Hutch)

Hutch wears his guitar shirt
• Bust Amboy
• Body Worth Guarding

• Gillian
• Heavyweight
• Iron Mike
• Las Vegas Strangler
• Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty
• Vampire
• Vendetta

Starsky's bulky cardigan sweater
• The seminal moment for the sweater. (Pilot)
• He wears it in his apartment with Sharman. (Running)
• He wears it on the dockside building top. (Terror on the Docks)
• He is wearing it in the photo for Hack and Zack's "Songs and Laffs." (Murder at Sea)

The orange sweater
• Starsky wears it at movie screening. (Murder on Stage 17)
• Hutch wears it when Starsky comes to visit Metro in tag. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Starsky wears it during Monopoly. (Starsky’s Lady)
• Starsky wears it when he wheels Hutch outside. (Survival)

Hutch wears his leather white and dark (green?) varsity jacket
• Deadly Imposter
• Pilot
• Hostages
• Silence
• Quadromania
• Sweet Revenge
• Omaha Tiger
• Running
• Set-Up
• Targets 3
• Discomania
• Playboy Island
• Vendetta, he is wearing it in the photo Tommy steals

Hutch’s underwear
• He appears to wear boxers. Fifi gives him back his “shorts.” (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)

Starsky’s underwear
• He appears to wear white knit boxers, seen when he makes a leap for the note on the bed. (Foxy Lady)

Hutch’s Himalayan Mounted Police uniform

• He calls it "cheap sheep." (Action)

Hutch wears a tent
• He calls it a serape. (Long Walk, Targets 1)

Hutch wears green sneakers
• on his morning run (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• on his jog (Collector)

Starsky’s “Grand Funk Railroad, We’re an American Band" red tee shirt
• Specialist
• Bounty Hunter
• Committee

Starsky’s long-sleeved red shirt with little placket
• Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty
• Rosey Malone
• Collector
• Manchild on the Streets
• Discomania
• Committee
• Playboy Island
• Hutchinson for Murder One
• Starsky’s Lady
• Avenger

Starsky’s long-sleeved blue shirt with little white placket

• Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty
• Fatal Charm
• Rosey Malone
• Crying Child
• Heroes
• Committee
• Targets 3
• Starsky’s Lady
• Murder on Stage 17

Hutch’s Lifschultz Fast Freight shirt
• Strange Justice

Hutch’s green and gold jogging suit
• He wears it while playing basketball. (Starsky’s Lady)

Hutch’s bowling shirt (Point Mugo USN, U.S. Navy, Chief Petty Officer, Name of Al)
• Moonshine
• Avenger
• Photo Finish
• Golden Angel
• Discomania
• Game
• Starsky vs. Hutch
• Strange Justice

Notable tie waving and one tie chewing
• Starsky waves his tie to the Dobey family. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Hutch waves his tie to Starsky in court. (Pariah)
• Starsky waves and dabs at Luke’s face with Luke’s tie. (Birds of a Feather)
• Hutch waves his tie to Starsky during their comedy routine. (Crying Child)
• Starsky chews on the end of his undone tie while on the phone with R & I. (Discomania)

Hutch’s orange bathrobe
• He wears it while meditating. (Game)
• He wears it with Lisa, along with some cute white scuffs. (Foxy Lad
• He wears a dark green one when Molly / Pete sleeps over. (Little Girl Lost)
• He wears it after Diana stabs him. (Fatal Charm)

Hutch’s white Irish cable sweater
• He wears it after his fall into the ocean. (Terror on the Docks)
• He wears it at his Cheese Ball party. (Deadly Imposter)

• Dobey carries a handkerchief. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead, Specialist, Set-Up, Death in a Different Place, Targets 1)
• Dobey rubs his face with a hankie. (Photo Finish)
• Dobey rubs his face with one at the explosion across the street from the Velvet Slide. (Starsky’s Brother)

• Hutch carries a handkerchief as Mr. Caplan. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Hutch has a drawer full of hankies, supposedly monogrammed with an “H.” (Specialist)
• Hutch keeps a hankie in his left back jeans pocket. He pulls it out to wrap around his hand. (Fatal Charm)
• Starsky asks Hutch for his handkerchief. Hutch pats his pants but doesn’t have one. (Psychic)

Putting stuff in and out of bras
• Dora, the waitress, puts Starsky’s money in her bra. (Photo Finish)
• Hutch takes handcuffs out of Starsky’s bra. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Marcie puts film in her bra. (Photo Finish)
• Marcie takes film out of her bra, calling it a “relatively safe place.” (Photo Finish)
• Scorchy at the Pits puts money in her bra. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)

• Starsky puts money in Julie’s bra. (Action)
• Jane Hutton puts stolen papers in hers. (Murder Ward)
• Toots, young woman at tattoo parlor, takes money out of her bra. (Texas Longhorn)

Shirtless/lots of visible chest, Starsky
• in the steam room (Pilot)
• crossing the river (Murder on Playboy Island)
• in steam room (Targets 3)
• in bed after Bellamy's injection (A Coffin for Starsky)
• calling Rosey on the phone (Rosey Malone)
• in his bed (Murder Ward)
• at the laundromat (Nightmare, Crying Child)
• (Blindfold)
• in the steam room (Action)
• (Bloodbath)
• at the pinball machine (Fix)
• dressed as O'Brien (Bait)
• pulls his shirt up for the wire (Foxy Lady)

Shirtless/lots of visible chest, Hutch
• in the steam room (Pilot)
• after his "wash-up" (Fix)
• shaving (Pariah)
• putting on the bulletproof vest (Specialist)
• in steam room (Targets 3)
• crossing the river, sleeping in bed (Murder on Playboy Island)
• (Ballad for a Blue Lady)
• with Anna (Body Worth Guarding
• with Diana at hospital and at her place (Fatal Charm)
• in the steam room (Action)
• rubbing (Death in a Different Place)
• (Body Worth Guarding)
• Marsha rubs it and comments on it (Bait)