"Tyrone, you naughty boy." (Dandruff)

also see, Undercover Roles, also see, Words and Letters

• Allison May/Laura Anderson (Targets 2,Targets 3)
• Amazing Collins/Collandra the Great (Psychic)
• Angel/Walter Allen (Cover Girl)
• Bellaman/Belladon (Omaha Tiger)
• Bob/Ken/Hutch (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Brown/Carnahan/Carnosffsky (Murder at Sea)
• Buddy Griggs/Terry Nash (Set-Up)
• Carol May/Marion Anderson (Targets 2)
• Catherine Elizabeth Oates/Annie Oates/Isabel Catherine Oates (Collector)
• Charlie McCabe/Charlie Honey McCabe (Tap Dancing)
• Emilio Samosa/Walter T. Baker (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• feygeleh/Fagin/Slokin (Vendetta)
• Greta Wren/Dora Pruitt (Photo Finish)
• Heather O’Brien/Molly Bristol (Collector)
• Huggarino the Supremo/Huggy Bear (Murder at Sea)
• Great Huggarino/Huggy Bear (Murder at Sea)
• J.C. Grainger/Jerry Tabor (Long Walk)
• Jack Cunningham/John Gallagher (Collector)
• Jack Parker/Smooth Tony Zucker / Tony Zucker (Groupie)
• Joanne Mello/Joanne Wells (Death Ride)
• Joanne Mello/Linda Williams (Death Ride)
• Karen Brennan/Karen Colby / Karen Karpel (Deadly Imposter)
• Nurse Larson/Hutch (Murder Ward)
• Maharani Jehru/Harry Sample (Shootout)
• Mike Robbins/John Colby (Deadly Imposter)
• Millicent Forbes/Marianne Tustin (Tap Dancing)
• Minnie Mimoso/Saturnino Orestes (Vendetta)
• Momo Mantell/Skinny Momo (Iron Mike)
• Ray Samuels/Ray Pardee (Game)
• Rudy Skyler/Mac Ferrino/David Starsky (Murder Ward)
• Slade/Seeds (Vampire)
• Smith/Huntley (Birds of a Feather)
• Steele/Callendar / Mullins (Plague)

• The Singing Policeman/Blond Blintz/Mr. Ken Hutchinson, Sue Ann (Long Walk)
• Taha/Tahak/Tahakashiki/Takahashi, Hutch (Murder at Sea)
• Thomas May/Franklin Anderson (Targets 2, Targets 3)
• Yram/Mary (Hostages)
• Yvonne/Gertrude (Birds of a Feather)

Official names for Starsky and Hutch
Hutch introduces Starsky to Melinda, “Dave Starsky, my partner.” (Groupie)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Detective Hutchinson.” (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• Hutch refers to self as “Detective Sergeant Hutchinson.” (Black and Blue, Velvet Jungle)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as “Sergeant Starsky” to Emily’s doctor. (Blindfold)
• Hutch tells Gina to call Metro and asks for “Detective Sergeant Starsk… Starsky.” (Game)
• Starsky introduces himself as, “Detective David Starsky of the Metropolitan Police.” (Plague)
• Starsky introduces Hutch and himself as “Detective Sergeant David Starsky,” “Detective Sergeant Kenneth Hutchinson.” (Golden Angel)
• Starsky introduces them to Mrs. Spenser, “I’m Detective Starsky, this is Detective Hutchinson.” (Heavyweight)
• Starsky introduces them to Zach as “Detective Starsky” and “Detective Hutchinson.” (Texas Longhorn)
• Starsky refers to “Officer Hutchinson” to Harold in interrogation. (Groupie)
• The PA at the hospital requests, “Officer Hutchinson.” (Blindfold)
• Starsky introduces them to Henny and Sarah, "This is Detective Hutchinson. My name is Dave Starsky." (Savage Sunday)

CB radio names
• Hutch is the “Blond Blintz.” (Set-Up)
• Starsky is the “Puce Goose.” (Set-Up)
• The prostitute in Nevada is “Hungry Momma.” (Set-Up)
• Joey Carston is “Foxy Lady.” (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)

Undercover names for Starsky, Hutch and Huggy
• Huggy = Lawrence Taylor (Targets 3)
• Huggy = Prince Nairobi (Dandruff)
• Hutch = C.W. Jackson (Moonshine)
• Hutch = Carlyle (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Hutch = Charlie McCabe (Tap Dancing)
• Hutch = Ed Day (Playboy Island)
• Hutch = Jack Ives (Groupie)
• Hutch = Larry Scanlon (Survival)
• Hutch = Louie "the Nose" Dicario (Golden Angel)
• Hutch = Mr. Irving Caplan (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Hutch = Mr. Marlene (Dandruff)
• Hutch = Mr. Tyrone (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Hutch = Nurse Hanson (Murder Ward)
• Hutch = Rafferty (Bait)
• Hutch = Zack Shecky (Murder at Sea)
• Starsky = Angel (Golden Angel)
• Starsky = Fred Night (Playboy Island)
• Starsky = Hank Tuppleworth (Murder at Sea)
• Starsky = Johnny Stovall (Moonshine)
• Starsky = Mr. Marlene (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Starsky = Mr. Renaldo (Groupie)
• Starsky = Mr. Tyrone (Dandruff)
• Starsky = Mrs.Caplan (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Starsky = O’Brien (Bait)
• Starsky = Ramon (Tap Dancing)
• Starsky = Rudy Skyler (Murder Watch)
• Starsky and Hutch = Partners in Grime (Playboy Island)
• Starsky and Hutch = “Reindeer” (Snowstorm)

Double nicknames and Starsky and Hutch

• Ace calls them “Starsky” and “Henderson.” (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Anna calls them “Starrefsky and Hooch.” (Body Worth Guarding)
• Chris Phelps labels them “Mutt and Jeff.” (Heroes)
• Duluthians used to call them, “Prince” (Jack Mitchell) and the “Pauper” (Hutch.) (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Eddie Hoyle calls them “Starpy” and “Hup.” (Bounty Hunter)
• Huggy refers to them as “Pig” (Starsky) and “Poke” (Hutch.) (Body Worth Guarding)
• Humphries calls them the “Dynamic Duo.” (Survival)
• Hutch explains, “Me” (Hutch) and “You.” (Starsky) (Silence)
• John Colby calls them “Husky and Starch.” (Deadly Imposter)
• Merle the Earl calls them “Starskison,” referring to them as one person. (Bloodbath)
• Shotgun calls them “Spaghetti and Meatball.” (Murder on Stage 17)
• Starsky and Hutch are “Stanley” (Starsky) and “Ollie.” (Hutch) (Crying Child)
• Starsky likes “Puce Goose” (Starsky) and the “Blond Blintz.” (Hutch) (Set-Up)
• Starsky says, “Idea” (Starsky) and “Experience.” (Hutch) (Omaha Tiger)
• Starsky suggests, “Push” (Hutch) and “Shove.” (Starsky) (Snowstorm)
• Starsky tells Dobey, “Cute” (Hutch) and “Careful.” (Starsky) (Kill Huggy Bear)
• Starsky tells Huggy, “Pickles” (Starsky) and “Onions.” (Hutch) (Psychic)
• Starsky tells Nellie, “Strawberry” (Starsky) and “Chocolate.” (Huggy) (Committee)

Starsky and Hutch as each other’s better/other half

• Huggy asks Starsky to come to his dip and sip, and says “If your other half is there, I’d like to meet with the whole package.” (Trap)
• Huggy says Starsky looks funny without Hutch. He says he looks “lopsided” and like a “pig without the poke.” (Body Worth Guarding)
• Starsky answers Hutch, “Your better half,” when he knocks on the hotel door. (Body Worth Guarding)

People other than Hutch that call Starsky “Starsk”

• Dr. Sammie Mason (Manchild on the Streets)
• Huggy (Black and Blue, Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• Jackson (Manchild on the Streets)
• Minnie Kaplan does twice. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Officer Richards (Cover Girl)
• Officer Sally Hagen (Specialist)
• Starsky refers to himself a “Starsk” to Huggy on the phone (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Sweet Alice (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Vinnie (Deadly Imposter)

Starsky calls these people “Partner”
• Rosie Dobey (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Hutch (various)
• Meredith (Black and Blue
• Gillian after he gives her the money. "It's an investment, like we're partners." (Gillian)

Hutch calls these people “Partner”
• Starsky (various)
• Mr. Dodson (Tap Dancing)

Someone else calls Hutch “Partner”
• Hutch says Blaine will say, “Ain’t nothin’, Partner. Just doin’ my job.” (Death in a Different Place)

Starsky and Hutch refer to themselves, not including first names
• Hutch calls himself “Tender Guy.” (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Hutch calls himself “The Brains of This Outfit.” (Game)
• Hutch calls himself a “Souper Cop,” pun intended. (Game)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Bugs Bunny.” (Game)
• Hutch refers to himself as “a puny little cop.” (Sweet Revenge)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Blond Blintz” at the hotel door. (Set-Up)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Goodtime Charlie” (Tap Dancing)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Hutchinson.” (Tap Dancing, Fatal Charm)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Kid.” (Little Girl Lost)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Lazarus,” to the policeman after Hutch is shot. (Psychic)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Marlene.” (Dandruff)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Pin Up Boy for the Better Business Bureau." (Little Girl Lost)
• Hutch refers to himself as “Turkey Buzzard.” (Cover Girl)
• Hutch refers to Starsky and himself as “dumb cops.” (Rosey Malone)
• Starsky and Hutch introduce themselves to Dr. Kaufman and Dr. Meredith as “Ken Hutchinson” and “Dave Starsky. (Plague)
• Starsky calls he and Hutch “Charlie’s Apple.” (Jojo)
• Starsky calls himself “Puce Goose” on the CB and at the door (Set-Up)
• Starsky calls himself “Starsk” while on the phone with Huggy. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble, Gillian)
• Starsky calls himself “Blue Seven.” (Black and Blue)
• Starsky calls himself “Chicken Little.” (Cover Girl)
• Starsky calls himself “Gordo.” (Collector)
• Starsky refers to he and Hutch as “Gorgeous Creatures.” (Partners)
• Starsky refers to himself as “Me With the Scowling Brow.” (Blindfold)
• Starsky refers to himself as “No More Mr. Nice Guy.” (Psychic)
• Starsky refers to himself as “Tyrone.” (Dandruff)
• Starsky refers to himself as “Your Best Buddy,” meaning Hutch. (Sweet Revenge)
• Starsky refers to himself twice as “Yours Truly.” (Nightmare)

Starsky and Hutch refer to each other, not including by first name
• Hutch refers to Starsky as “A Dumb Cop.” (Rosey Malone)
• Hutch refers to Starsky “Big Spender.” (Photo Finish)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as “the Not-Too-Inconsiderable Brawn.” (Game)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as “the Penguin.” (Photo Finish)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as “Tyrone, You Naughty Boy.” (Dandruff)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as a “Dark Haired Moron.” (Vampire)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as a “Half Wit.” (Omaha Tiger)
• Starsky refers to Hutch as “Chicken.” (Omaha Tiger)
• Starsky refers to Hutch as “Monsieur Marlene.” (Dandruff)
• Starsky refers to Hutch as “My Friend and Compatriot, Mr. Marlene.” (Dandruff)
• Starsky refers to Hutch as “My Partner, Ken.” (Starsky’s Brother)
• Starsky refers to Hutch as “Tall Blond Genius.” (Game)
• Starsky refers to Hutch as the “Galloping Gourmet.” (Foxy Lady)

The use of "Dave" and "David"
• Abigail Crabtree calls him "David." (Bounty Hunter)
• Cindy calls him "Dave" by way of Helen. (Lady Blue)
• Dobey calls him "Dave." (A Coffin For Starsky)
• Gillian calls him "Dave." (Gillian)
• Huggy introduces him as "David Michael Starsky." (A Coffin For Starsky)
• Hutch calls him "Dave." (Targets 2)

• Hutch calls him as "Dave." (Discomania)
• Lisa calls him "Dave." (Foxy Lady)
• Molly calls him "Dave." (Collector()
• Hutch introduces him as "David Starsky" to the priest. (Terror on the Docks)
• Hutch introduces Starsky to Melinda, “Dave." (Groupie)
• Hutch refers to him as "Dave." (Gillian)
• Hutch refers to him as "David" to Abby. (Deadly Imposter)
• Hutch refers to Starsky as “David.” (Targets 2)
• Joe Durniak calls him "Little Davey." (Set Up)
• Joey Carston calls him "Uncle Dave." (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Mrs. Blaine calls him "David." (Death in a Different Place)
• Mrs. Blake calls him "David" three times. (Terror on the Docks)
• Mrs. McMillian calls him "David" three times. (Deadly Imposter)
• Mrs. Walters calls him "David." (Manchild on the Streets)
• Nick calls him "Dave" one time. (Starsky's Brother)
• Nick calls him "Davey" three times. (Starsky's Brother)
• Rosie calls him "Uncle Dave." (Captain Dobey, You're Dead)
• Sharman calls him "Dave." (Running)
• Starsky introduces himself as “Dave" to Judith. (Discomania)
• Starsky introduces himself as “Davey” to Terry Roberts. (Starsky’s Lady)
• Starsky introduces himself as “David” to Kate. (Cover Girl)
• Starsky introduces himself as “David” to Lizzie. (Discomania)
• Starsky introduces himself as “David” to Vicky. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Starsky calls himself “Little Davey” to Allison’s dad. (Targets 2)
• Starsky introduces himself as "Dave" to Amy. (Hostages)
• Starsky introduces himself as "Dave" to Henny and Sarah. (Savage Sunday)
• Starsky introduces himself as "Dave" to Laura. (Velvet Jungle)
• Starsky introduces himself as "Dave." (Terror on the Docks)
• Terry Roberts calls him "Dave" in her note. (Starsky's Lady)

The use of "Kenneth" and "Ken"
• Dobey refers to him as "Kenneth Hutchinson, Detective." (Fix)
• Fifi calls him "Kenneth." (Deadly Imposter)
• He introduces himself as, "Detective Kenneth Hutchinson" to Karen Karpel. (Deadly Imposter)
• Hutch introduces himself to Father Delacourt as "Ken." (Terror on the Docks)
• Joey Carston calls him "Uncle Ken." (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Mrs. Blake calls him "Ken." (Terror on the Docks)
• Rosie calls him "Uncle Ken." (Captain Dobey, You're Dead)
• Starsky calls him "Ken." (Gillian)
• Starsky refers to him as "Kenneth" on the phone. (Black and Blue)
• Starsky calls him "Ken." (Starsky's Brother)
• Vinnie calls him "Ken." (Deadly Imposter)
• Nurse Bonnie calls him "Kenneth." (Partners)
• Jack Mitchell calls him both "Ken" and "Hutch." (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Casey calls him "Ken." (Ballad for a Blue Lady)
• Gillian calls him "Ken," but refers to him as "Hutch." (Gillian)
• Hutch introduces himself to Dr. Kaufman as "Ken Hutchinson." (Plague)

A Skinny Momo and a Fat Moo-Moo
• Fat (Psychic)
• Skinny (Iron Mike)

Two Fireballs
• Fireball is the guy with whom Starsky, Hutch and Huggy play invisible baseball. (Long Walk)
• Fireball Cannon is the shoplifter Starsky and Hutch capture. (Omaha Tiger, Psychic)

Persons with “Fat” in his or her nickname
• Fat Rolly (Pilot, Texas Longhorn)
• Fat Annie (Collector)
• Fat Moo-Moo (Psychic)

People whom Starsky calls “Dumbo”
• Marty Crandell (Snowstorm)
• Fat Rolly (Pilot)
• John Colby (Deadly Imposter)

Five Smittys
• Officer Smitty is the guy with binoculars on the roof. (Terror on the Docks)
• Officer Smitty is the uniform in the parking garage. (Discomania)
• Smitty is one of the members of the “Wildcat Bowling League.” (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)

• Smitty is the deaf shoeshine guy who the comes to Dobey’s office once a week. (Survival)
• Smitty is the troublesome janitor at Metro who sells Starsky’s black book. (Running)

Kristy McNichol’s characters call Starsky and Hutch
• Joey calls them “Grungy Kooks.” (Trap)
• Molly/Pete calls them “Gestapo creeps,” “finks” and “traitors.” (Little Girl Lost)
• Meg calls them “the Fuzz.” (Hostages)

Two guys with semen names
• Semen-etti (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Semen Marcus (Bloodbat

Two Buster Browns and two Sugar Plums
• The working girl calls Officer Baker “Buster Brown.”(Deckwatch)
• Linda Mascelli calls Starsky “Buster Brown.” (Jojo)
Terrible Tessie calls Starsky “Sugar Plum.” (Omaha Tiger)
• Sugar Plum is the name of the entertainer at the Green Parrot. (Death in a Different Place)

Five Nancys and four Freddies
• Hutch’s ex-wife was named Nancy. (Pilot)
• Lola Turkel’s secretary is named Nancy. (Bounty Hunter)
• Nancy Blake is Hutch’s childhood friend. (Terror on the Docks)

• Nancy Rogers is Starsky’s dim-bulb bowling date. (Gillian)
• Starsky misses a date with someone named Nancy because of a stakeout. (Savage Sunday)

• Freddie is the calm, dieting, cheese-denying henchman who works for Stryker. (Snowstorm)
• Freddie is the snitch who runs the Mardi Gras Food Service Van. (Starsky’s Lady)
• Freddie Lyle is a gum shoe. (Murder Ward)
• Freddie is the compulsive gambler Starsky and Hutch befriend. (Action)

Twenty-two Harrys

• Dirty Harry is mentioned by Starsky. (Long Walk)
• Harold Dobey’s nickname would be Harry. (various)
• Harold is a security guard for Switzer Protection. (Groupie)
• Harry Ashford is a murderer. (Avenger)
• Harry Blower is the owner of the porn house. (Gillian)
• Harry is the sound board guy. (Long Walk)

• Harry is the cook at Gung Ho’s. (Iron Mike)
• Harry is Vivian’s trusting husband. (Dandruff)
• Harry Johnson is the Punctual but Dead Sagittarian armored car driver. (Hostages)
• Harry Marcartur is a union official targeted for a hit. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Harry Marisipio is Hutch’s brother-in-law or friend-in-law or whoever. (Starsky’s Lady)
• Harry Markham is the director. (Murder on Stage 17)
• Harry Martin is the killer. (Kill Huggy Bear)
• Harry Owens is Marianne’s brother. (Ballad for a Blue Lady)
• Harry owns the gas station where Vicky’s car is being repaired. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Harry Salidas is the killer. His father’s name was Harry as well. (Deckwatch)
• Harry Sample is in interrogation. (Shootout)
• Harry Trask owns Trask Pawn Shop. (Survival)
• Harry Wheeling is a killer. (Velvet Jungle)
• Harry’s Novelties is a business in Lola’s ledger. (Gillian)
• Lord Harry is the Jamaican tattoo guy. (Murder at Sea)
• Officer Harold works in the Crime Lab. (Texas Longhor

Ginger, Marianne, Little Buddy and The Professor

• Freddie calls Starsky and Hutch, “Little Buddies.” (Snowstorm)
• Ginger Evans owns the dance studio. (Tap Dancing)
• Ginger is one of the women in Jano’s “gum movie.” (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Ginger is the gal with maternal instincts. (Committee)
• Ginger is the go-go dancer who is killed. (Death Notice)
• Ginger is the house detective. (Playboy Island)
• Ginger is the plus-size masseuse. (Action)
• Marianne is the troubled blues singer. (Ballad for a Blue Lady)
• Marianne Tustin is Teddy’s sister. (Tap Dancing)
• Starsky and Hutch go to visit The Professor about dice cheating. (Actio

Five Williams and eight Billys and one notable billy club

• Belinda Williams is the ex-singer, now junkie, who sold Vic Rankin for $100. (Losing Streak)
• Big Billy Hayes is someone Nick knows back east. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Billy Chartreuse is the pimp killed by Tommy Marlowe. (Vendetta)
• Billy Coyle is someone Spenser fought at Madison Square Gardens. (Heavyweight)
• Billy Desmond is Nancy’s fiancé. (Terror on the Docks)
• Billy Harknes is killed in the warehouse. (Bait)
• Billy Harkness is one of the guys after Huggy. (Kill Huggy Bear)
• Billy Joe drives the car that Starsky and Hutch chase. (Partners)
• Billy Ryan used to work for Solkin. (Vendetta)
• Honey Williams is a dancer at Slade’s Cave and the second victim of Rene. (Vampire)
• Linda Williams is the undercover cop posing as Joanne. (Death Ride)
• Mrs. Williams is the careless foster mother. (Little Girl Lost)
• Officer Williams is part of the vigilante squad. (Committee)
• R.C. hearing was lost due to a blow to the head with a cop’s billy club. (Silence)

Six Victors
• Vic Humphries hires Hutch’s hit. (Survival)
• Vic Bellamy shoots up Starsky. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Vic Monte is the mobster Tom and Joey are after. (Shootout)

• Victor Rankin is the compulsive gambler in trouble. (Losing Streak)
• Victor O’Connor is a murdered cabbie. (Quadromania)
• Victor is the morbid poet. (Murder Ward)

What’s-Her-Name and What’s-His-Name
• Anna “What’s-Her-Name,” Starsky says twice. (Body Worth Guarding)
• “What’s-Her-Name,” Starsky refers to Hutch’s girl. (Pilot)
• “What’s-His-Name,” Huggy refers to Starsky . (Black and Blue)
• “What’s-His-Name,” Hutch refers to A.C. Chambers. (Tap Dancing)
• “What’s-His-Name,” Nick refers to Alec Corday. (Death in a Different Place)

• “What’s-His-Name,” Starsky refers to Simonetti. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• “Whatever-Your-Name-Is,” Melinda calls Hutch. (Groupie)

Hutch and Starsky
• “Hutchinson and Starsky” says Frank Stryker. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Dobey calls them into his office with "Hutchinson and Starsky." (Running)

• Hutch says "Hutch and Starsky" on the phone in a message to Huggy. (Pilot)
• Hutch says "Hutch and Starsky". (Satan’s Witches)
• Rick Hauser refers to “Hutch and Starsky” (Terror on the Docks)

Some outstanding nicknames
• Angel of Death (Cover Girl)
• Bad Dad Watson (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Big Red McGee (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• Crazy George Prudholm (Starsky’s Lady)
• Crazy Joey Fortune (Murder at Sea)
• Creepy Charlie (Pilot)
• Chuckles (Bust Amboy)
• Dirty Nellie (Committee)
• Fat Moo-Moo (Psychic)
• Fifth Avenue (Lady Blue)
• Fireball (Omaha Tiger, Psychic)
• Flashy Floyd (Specialist)
• Frisco Fats (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Goose (Bust Amboy)
• Huggarino the Magnificent (Murder at Sea)
• Itchy (Bust Amboy)
• John-John the Apple/Giannino D’Apoliso (Collector)
• Josey the N (Action)
• Larry the Fall Guy (Heroes)
• Lenny the Glass Eye (Texas Longhorn)
• Packrat (Running)
• Pretty Billy Harknes (Bait)
• Randolph the Magnificent (Cover Girl)
• Scorchy (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Skinny Momo (Iron Mike)
• Smiling Johnny (Iron Mike)
• Smooth Tony Zucker (Groupie)
• Spaceman Sam Carter (Losing Streak)
• Texas Kid (Running)
• Woody the Magic Man (Starsky’s Lady)

Guys with “the” Names
• Carmen the Nose Pirelli (Murder Ward)
• Iggy the Mummy (Omaha Tiger)
• John-John the Apple (Collector)
• Josey the N (Action)
• Larry the Fall Guy (Heroes)
• Lenny the Glass Eye (Texas Longhorn)
• Lenny the Torch Torkel (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Lionel the Train (Black and Blue)
• Louie the Nose Dicario (Golden Angel)
• Randolph the Magnificent (Cover Girl)
• Sam the Greek (Nightmare)
• Woody the Magic Man (Starsky’s Lady)