“What tree?” (Satan’s Witches)

Coin tosses
• Hutch picks tails and loses. He has to go down the trap door first. (Death Notice)
• Starsky and Hutch talk heads and tails by way of choosing a door but don’t actually flip a coin. Starsky says, "I'm in the mood for tails." (Specialist)
• Hutch flips coin to Starsky. Starsky calls heads, and Hutch calls tails. Starsky catches the coin and looks disappointed. It is Hutch who then makes the ransom run. (Psychic)
• Hutch flips the coin. Starsky picks heads and loses and has to answer Dobey’s call at the Play Pen. (Vampire)

• in the tree (Bust Amboy)
• in the rain (Pilot)
• at the Mardi Gras (Bounty Hunter)
• on Western Street (Murder on Stage 17)

Cameras and darkrooms
• Starsky uses one. (Blindfold)
• Hutch looks through a close-up lens. (Coffin for Starsky)
• Hutch uses Starsky's to take a picture of Ginger. (Committee)
• Starsky looks through one at Banks' apartment. (Terror on the Docks)
• Mardean Rigger has a darkroom. (Targets 1)
• Marcie is a photographer and has a darkroom. (Photo Finish)
• Dobey and Miss Sutton are in one talking about Washington. (Captain Dobey, You're Dead)

• Starsky uses one as Renaldo. (Groupie)
• Starsky uses one to take a photo of cowboys in bar with Hutch. (Long Walk)

Things on walls
• “Kilroy” was here is on the window of the pawn shop near the Dunbar. (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• “Te ephone,” is the broken sign in the bar. (Psychic)
• A Speedo poster is on Starsky’s apartment kitchen wall. (Gillian)
• Doc Rafferty’s office wall has a Roger Bissiere poster. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)

• Hutch has a pro football poster on the back door of Venice Place. (Hutchinson for Murder One, Foxy Lady, various)
• Kingston St. Jacques has a really, really big bunch of bananas. (Quadromania)
• Lionel Fitzgerald is on the King Lear poster. (Quadromania)
• On Starsky’s apartment wall are the metal letters, “etc.” (Running)
• One can seen approximately thirty roles of thread, each on its own little spindle, on the wall at the laundry. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Solkin has a large picture of General McArthur. (Vendetta)
• Starsky has a brandy poster on his kitchen wall. (Starsky’s Lady)
• The Bill of Rights is on Counselor Rich’s office wall. (Strange Justice)
• The Bill of Rights is on Fargo’s office wall. (Committee)
• There are really odd, creepy masks at Allen Richard’s apartment. (Class in Crime)
• There is a Bob Dylan concert poster across from the Pits on a wall or fence. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• There is a full size Mexican flag on the bar wall. (Velvet Jungle)

• Bear Lake has one stuffed fish on the cabin wall. (Snowstorm)
• Harry has a goat and owl at Trask’s Pawn Shop. (Survival)
• The cowboy bar has a stuffed deer head and various pelts on the wall. There's a stuffed horse in the lobby. (Murder on Stage 17)
• There is a life-sized stuffed horse “tied up” outside the Saddle Bar Club. (Long Walk)
• There is a life-sized stuffed horse at the Saddle Bar Club’s lobby. (Long Walk)
• There are stuffed fish on the wall at Pinky’s. (Blindfold)

• There is a taxidermy deer foot, complete with hoof, hanging on the wall at Lola’s. (Bounty Hunter)
• Ward’s General Store has a variety of stuffed fish ducks. (Satan’s Witches)
• At the Smokey Mountain Inn, there is stuffed head of something with horns. (Moonshine)

Portraits of JFK
• Angel has a large photograph of John F. and Robert Kennedy. (Texas Longhorn)
• Chief Ryan’s office has a photograph of John F. Kennedy. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Matt Coyle has a John F. Kennedy photo on his office wall. (Iron Mike)
• Solkin has a photograph of John F. Kennedy on his apartment wall. (Vendetta)

Pinky’s bizarro junk (Blindfold)
• clarinets
• coffee pots
• French horns
• guitars
• metronomes
• oil painting of lighthouse
• old radios
• stuffed fish
• toasters
• trumpets
• sleeping bags
• Victoria
• whiskey decanters and glasses, blue and clear

Fat Rolly’s bizarro junk (Texas Longhorn)
• snow tires
• stand mixer
• baskets
• lampshades
• BBQ grill
• suitcase
• guitars
• television
• framed art

Packrat’s bizarro junk (Running)
• life guard preserver
• bike tires
• NCR cash register in a box
• televisions
• wooden chair
• coffee pots
• typewriter
• diamond tennis bracelet

Stella’s bizarro junk (Golden Angel)
• french horn
• trumpet
• clothes
• radio
• clocks
• television
• semi-automatic
• no fire extinguisher

Trask’s bizarro junk (Survival)
• stuffed white owl
• stuffed big horned sheep head
• Hutch’s credit cards

Red Baron’s bizarro junk (Bounty Hunter)
• guitar
• Smith Corona Coronmatic 7000 typewriter
• radio
• stereo receiver
• binoculars

Pear-shaped red candles, seen in seasons one to three
• Action
• Body Worth Guarding
• Committee
• Deckwatch
• Death in a Different Place
• Fatal Charm
• Huggy Bear and the Turkey

• Heavyweight
• Hutchinson for Murder One
• Long Walk
• Rosey Malone
• Running
• Playboy Island
• Shootout
• Survival
• Trap (Starsky even picks one up and hands it to Huggy.)

Pear-shaped yellow candles, seen in season four with a single exception
• Ninety Pounds of Trouble
• Ballad for a Blue Lady
• Birds of a Feather
• Black and Blue
• Discomania
• Golden Angel
• Groupie
• Huggy Can’t Go Home
• Lady Blue
• Moonshine
• Photo Finish
• Starsky’s Brother
• Targets 2
• Targets 3

Blinking stoplight prop
• One is seen in Nick Dombarris’ apartment. (Jojo)
• One is seen in Starsky’s apartment. (Running)
• One is on stage at the Princess Discomania. (Savage Sunday)
• One is seen at the Jungle Club. (Bounty Hunter)

Blue plastic barrels
• One can catch just a glimpse of one in the “chapel” Hutch visits. (Bloodbath)
• Don’t be fooled by the metal blue barrel. Fifth Avenue taps it with his pipe. (Blue Lady)
• There are several in Annie’s yard. Jack touches one. (Collector)
• One is seen by the Savoy Theater. (Quadromania)
• There is a veritable herd in the warehouse where Starsky and Hutch capture Willits. (Committee)
• There are some at the warehouse where Luke and Reuben meet. (Birds of a Feather)
• See the sad lonely one in an alley. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• See them all lined up so nice by the sandwich wagon, plus some in the grocery warehouse. (Starsky’s Lady)
• They make their appearance on a pier without corners. Starsky’s car runs into them. (Tap Dancing)
• There are a couple on the docks. (Terror on the Docks)
• Observe a bunch in Mission Alley. A cop kicks one out of the way. (Manchild on the Streets)
• Eric Snow is killed in front of huge stack of blue barrels. (Murder at Sea)
• There are some in front of Schiller’s Imports. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• The most helpful ones are used as bomb blast buffers. (Murder at Sea)

• A skateboarder hinders Starsky and Hutch’s apprehension of Dolly. (Moonshine)
• A skateboarders get in the way and help Hutch and Marianne escape. (Ballad for a Blue Lady)

A single umbrella
• Hutch has one while he drives Belle. (Targets 2)

• Cecil sits on one fully clothed. Starsky and Hutch threaten to give him a swirly. It is the only one heard being flushed. (Pariah)
• Hutch knocks out Delano and puts him on the can. (Trap)
• The department gives one to Dobey for Christmas. (Little Girl Lost)
• Monique Travers’ is seen. (Avenger)
• Hutch sees the doctor laying against one in the men’s room. (Sweet Revenge)
• Starsky tells Hutch that Lonely Bloggs was a "independently wealthy man of leisure who cleaned toilets for a living." (Gillian)

Things brought to hospitals for patients
• Dobey brings Hutch yellow flowers. (Plague)
• Dobey brings Starsky and Hutch a fruit basket. (Partners)
• Huggy brings Starsky and Hutch a box of candy. (Partners)
• Dobey brings Starsky an antipasto platter. (Sweet Revenge)
• Hutch brings Starsky stuffed veal. (Sweet Revenge)
• Huggy brings Starsky a bottle of wine. (Sweet Revenge)
• Starsky brings Ted a giant potted plant. (Action)
• Hutch brings Ted a box of candy. (Action)
• Starsky and Hutch bring Eckworth a lot of questions. (Vendetta)
• Hutch has a note delivered to Starsky. (Game)
• Hutch brings Starsky his watch, but no pants. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Somebody brings Hutch a fruit basket. (Black and Blue)
• Hutch brings Starsky two books, "The Big Sleep" and "The Long Goodbye." (Murder Ward)

Bored Hutch tosses playing cards into things
• He tosses cards into a metal bowl at the hospital. (Plague)
• He tosses cards into a hat at the hotel. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)

Things written on mirrors/glass
• “Starsk” is written by Starsky on Hutch’s window with lipstick. (Plague)
• “Starsky” is written in bull blood on bathroom window. (Bloodbath)
• “Cheap, filth, dirt” is written in unknown substance on “Harry’s” mirror. (Avenger)

Fireplaces burning for bad guys
• Danner (Bait)
• Diana (Fatal Charm)
• Gunther (Sweet Revenge)
• Garvin (Deadly Imposter)
• Wheeler (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Steinmetz (Body Worth Guarding)
• Nadasy (Vampire)
• Kira (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Matt Coyle (Iron Mike)
• Gunther (Sweet Revenge)
• a campfire for Rodell's gang (Satan's Witches)
• a campfire for Gage and Marra (Class in Crime)

Fireplace burning for good guys
• Anna and Hutch (Body Worth Guarding)

Carrying a sack of groceries
• Rosey Malone has a sack with bread and paper towels. (Rosey Malone)
• Starsky has a sack with paper towels. (Gillian)
• Alec Corday has a sack with bread and paper towels. (Death in a Different Place)
• Artie carries one into the Hotel Bremen. It has sandwiches in it. (Vendetta)
• Arlene has two sacks of of groceries when Joey follows her into her house. In her bags are Cheez-Its and aluminum foil. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Hutch carries one out from the grocery store. There is a bag of Bell’s Potato Chips seen over the top. (Targets 1)
• October Moss brings one into her apartment right before she is killed. (Murder at Sea)
• Hutch carries one on the way out of Venice Place in the morning. (Foxy Lady)
• Hutch carries one up to his door before he is attacked. He complains about carrots. (Foxy Lady)
• Belle Kates brings one up to the apartment over the garage. (Hostages)

Jeweler’s loupes
• Huggy uses one in front of Pinky. (Blindfold)
• Danner uses one in front of Shockley, then group by the pool. (Bait)
• Wheeler uses one in front of Boyle and Cardwell. (Hutchinson for Murder One)

Parking and traffic tickets
• Starsky shouts to cult members that he won’t fix their parking tickets. (Bloodbath)
• Officer O’Reilly gives Hutch a parking ticket for being over the line in the station parking lot. (Strange Justice)
• Officer O’Reilly gives Hutch a parking ticket for parking in front of the Hall of Justice. (Strange Justice)
• Officer O’Reilly gives Dobey a parking ticket for parking in the “wheelchair zone.” (Strange Justice)
• Nick tells Hutch dealing pot in Bay City isn't worthy of a traffic ticket. (Starsky’s Brother)
• The Torino is parked in the “White Zone” outside the airport and gets a ticket and a tow.. (Plague)
• The Torino is parked in the “White Zone” outside the airport again. It gets a second ticket, but no tow.. (Plague)
• The Torino gets a parking ticket outside the airport. The viewer doesn’t get to see Starsky’s reaction to it. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Hutch’s truck is towed from the two hour spot, a parking ticket would proceed it. (Targets 2)
• October Moss tells Starsky and Hutch she isn't guilty of her traffic ticket. (Murder at Sea)
• Starsky warns Jackson he'd better get the hanging bumper on the car fixed or he'd get a traffic ticket. (Manchild on the Street)
• Hutch wants to give Huggy a ticket for illegal parking regarding his shopping cart. (Bait)
• Shockley is brought in on a bogus outstanding traffic ticket. (Bait)

People in masks
• “Greta Wren”/Dora Pruitt wears a hard white odd one. (Photo Finish)
• Anita tells Starsky she would recognize Hutch even in a gorilla mask. (Game)
• Blaze would like to see Starsky and Hutch in sequin masks. (Targets 2)
• Eric Snow's killer wears a creepy one. (Murder at Sea)
• Ezra Beam wears a buffalo one. (Terror on the Docks)
• Hutch puts one of Allen Richards’ masks on, while checking out his apartment (Class in Crime)
• Hutch tells Starsky, “You’d look ridiculous in a sequin mask.” (Targets 3)
• Hutch wears a buffalo one, but not the same as Ezra Beam’s mask. (Vampire)

Rooms seen or mentioned in hospitals

• Administration (Plague, Black and Blue)
• Admissions (Manchild on the Streets)
• Admitting (Partners)
• Amphitheater (Starsky’s Lady)
• Doctor Richfield’s Office (Black and Blue)
• Doctor Smith’s Office (Plague)
• Doctor’s Lounge (Sweet Revenge)
• Doctor’s Office, room 1211 (Plague)
• Elevators (Plague)
• Emergency (Death Ride)
• Emergency Room (Fatal Charm)
• Emergency Treatment (A Coffin for Starsky, Plague, Manchild on the Streets)
• Gift Shop (Manchild on the Streets)
• Intensive Care (A Coffin for Starsky, Sweet Revenge, Bounty Hunter)
• Interns’ Lounge (Manchild on the Streets)
• Isolation Ward, also called Iso Ward (Plague)
• Lab (Plague)
• Laundry (Game)
• Lounge (Plague)
• Main Lobby (Manchild on the Streets)
• Maternity Ward (Partners)
• Mens’ Room (Sweet Revenge)
• Nurse’s Station (Starsky’s Lady, Plague)
• Nurse’s Station Five (Blindfold, Game)
• OB (Black and Blue)
• Observation Ward (Plague)
• Operating Room (Manchild on the Streets)
• Operations (Plague)
• Pediatrics (Dandruff)
• Pharmacy (Manchild on the Streets)
• Physical Therapy (Plague)
• Radiology (Death Ride)
• Recovery (Black and Blue)
• Station One (Sweet Revenge)
• Supply Room (Dandruff)
• Surgery (Plague)
• Waiting Area (Sweet Revenge)

Rooms seen or mentioned at Cabrillo (Murder Ward)
• Deek’s room, scene of his newspaper chuckle
• Freddie Lyle’s room, on the third floor.
• Jane’s room, Hutch meets her there
• Matwick’s office, on the third floor
• medical examination, Starsky is tied down
• Rec Room, scene of many, many, many happy hours
• Receiving, Jackson is called to
• staff locker room, where Hutch’s locker is
• Starsky’s room
• Supply Room, Jane hides in
• Third Floor Nursing Station, Nurse Bycroft is called there about roach race

Chair abuse
• Hammerlock destroys a wooden stool. (Golden Angel)
• Hutch throws a bamboo chair-thing out the window. (Avenger)
• Nick throws one out the window. (Death in a Different Place)
• Pardee breaks stool over Hutch. (Game)
• Slater throws one out the window. (Survival)
• Starsky says he is going to bring Solkin in and “break his little heart over a chair.” (Vendetta)
• Starsky trashes one with Harry Sample. (Shootout)
• Various chairs are smashed in bar fights. (Murder on Stage 17)
• Vern uses one to break the window at the Leland Hotel. (Running)
• Goons break a number of Huggy's chairs. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• Hutch’s car explodes. (Targets 1)
• Hutch’s trunk explodes. (Vendetta)
• Kate’s bathroom explodes. (Cover Girl)
• Kate’s car explodes. (Cover Girl)
• Starsky warns Rosey Malone not to breath her tostada breath on the candle. “You’ll blow the whole place up.” (Rosey Malone)
• Starsky’s car explodes. (Set-Up)
• The baby carriage explodes. (Cover Girl)
• The barn explodes. (Bloodbath)
• Frankie Carroll's bathroom explodes. (Collector)
• The bombs explodes in ocean. (Murder at Sea)
• The building explodes. (Starsky's Brother)
• The Chevy explodes. (Savage Sunday)
• The computer circuit board explodes. (Dandruff)
• The gas station bathroom explodes. (Pariah)
• The helicopter explodes. (Set-Up)
• The kidnappers’ car explodes. (Psychic)
• The squad car explodes. (Specialist)
• The stage trailer explodes. (Murder on Stage 17)
• The valise explodes. (Murder on Stage 17)
• There is a nightclub explosion. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Gillian regales Hutch with red balloons in a room, "I listen for that explosion, and I wonder which one's gonna break first." (Gillian)

• An old woman is knitting on the elevator. (Survival)
• Starsky says they are “as obvious as an elephant knitting in Times Square.” (Specialist)
• The reporter mentions a “knitting bee,” along with the “girls doing their hair” about the cultists on courtroom steps. (Bloodbath)
• An old woman knits while listening to the piano. (Savage Sunday)
• Starsky asks Hutch if Dobey can knit. (Specialist)
• Madame Marlene Bouvet knits in her dance hall booth. (Starsky vs. Hutch)

Hiding out in a casket
• Leo Moon hides in one to shoot Dobey. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Huggy hides in one to record Avery Wheeler. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Goose hides in one as odd party prop. (Bust Amboy)

Names of machines
• Apollo 70—heart monitor (Sweet Revenge)
• Bendix---Helen’s personal car radio (Lady Blue)
• Big Ben--name on dynamite timer (Savage Sunday)
• Cissell Dryers—at the Laundromat (Crying Child, Nightmare)
• Frigidaire--cartons seen in Mission Alley (Manchild on the Streets)
• General Electric --- Starsky’s cab radio (Quadromania)
• Lifepack 5 ---defibrillator (Sweet Revenge)
• Motorola ---Starsky and Hutch’s car radio (Savage Sunday, Trap)
• Nikon --Starsky's camera (Blindfold)
• Philco—Dobey’s refrigerator at Pine Lake (Satan’s Witches)
• Remington Rand---Starsky’s typewriter (Deadly Imposter)
• Sanyo—cartons seen in Mission Alley (Manchild on the Streets)
• Silex—coffee maker in the squad room (Targets 3)
• Smith Corona Coronmatic 7000 (Bounty Hunter)
• Sony—Joey Webster’s tape recorder (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Wedgewood ---Hutch’s gas range (Survival)
• Wurlitzer—jukebox at bar and at deli (Ninety Pounds of Trouble, Collector, Starsky vs. Hutch)

Identical exterior magazine prop
• Ahoy (Deadly Imposter, Hostages)
• For the Man (Partners)

Written in spray paint inside the Pits, season four
• Sammy Davis—no Jr. (Blindfold)
• Vida Loca (Blindfold, Game)
• Barbra Streisand (Starsky’s Brother)
• Chuck Berry (Starsky’s Brother)
• Muhammad Ali (Game)
• Lola Fallona (sic) (Game)
• Tina Turner (Game)

Jimi Hendrix posters
• Huggy’s Bear’s (Bait)
• Jimmy Shannon’s place (Vendetta)

The Inner Circle all in a hospital room together
• Dobey, Huggy, Starsky and Hutch are in a hospital room for Starsky’s party. (Sweet Revenge)
• Dobey, Huggy, Starsky and Hutch are in a hospital room after the car accident. (Partners)
• Dobey, Huggy, Starsky, with Hutch very near the room, after Starsky’s bid to contact Hutch. (Game)
• Dobey, Huggy, Starsky and Hutch are in Buddy Owen’s room to set up the diamond auction. (Dandruff)

• “Where Dead Pirates Walk,” seen on Old Cane Factory Road. (Playboy Island)
• “If you value your clothes, don’t go away and leave them,” seen at the laundry. (Crying Child, Nightmare)
• “Genius at Work, Enter at Your Own Risk,” seen on Marcie Fletchers’ darkroom door. (Photo Finish)
• “Caution Airtight Chamber,” seen at the meat plant. (Omaha Tiger)
• “Huggy on Duty,” seen at the Pits over the bar. (Blindfold, Targets 3, Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• “Jump Right In. Let Freedom Ring. Sign Up and Do the Voting Thing,” sign at Huggy’s table. (Death in a Different Place)
• “It’s a health dept regulation to prevent passing of any disease. Be sure the tattooer uses a sterilized point taken out of a bag,” seen at Rae’s tattoo shop. (Texas Longhorn)
• “Controller Betts, CPA, for Treasury,” an old campaign sign seen by the spotted dog. (Snowstorm)
• Starsky asks Hutch if he should “wear a sign on my back saying ‘vigilantes, come enlist me. I’m a young disenchanted cop.’” (Committee)
• “Mayo Built 1925,” is on a cornerstone of the building Hutch goes back into, supposedly the Californian Hotel. (Game)
• The single word, “Missing,” is written on the blackboard in the Missing Persons Department. (Discomania)

Pencil and pen exchange
• Hutch gets a pen from Officer O’Reilly’s front pocket. (Targets 3)
• Hutch gets one from Starsky in the air-tight room, "You got a pencil?" (Omaha Tiger)
• Hutch gets one off of bureau at Andrea Gutierrez and Helena’s apartment. (Velvet Jungle)
• Hutch tries Starsky, then gets one from Catlin. (Class in Crime)
• Hutch tries Starsky, then gets one from Mr. Mills, the witness. (Savage Sunday)
• Starsky gets a pencil from behind Officer O’Reilly’s ear. (Targets 3)
• Starsky gets one from Vivian Fellers. (Manchild on the Streets)

• Jane and Bobette’s phone number Starsky claims, is “tattooed on my brain.” (Vampire)
• Lord Harry can do a red heart with inscription, “Born to make whoopee.” (Murder at Sea)
• Lord Harry would do a black widow spider tattoo for Starsky and Hutch. (Murder at Sea)
• Rae has a hula dancer tattoo on her right biceps. (Texas Longhorn)
• The butterfly one on the woman at Rae’s is “distracting.” (Texas Longhorn)
• The Liberty Bell is what Lord Harry tattooed on a woman’s behind. (Murder at Sea)
• There are rows of fishes up John Brown Harris’s arm. (Texas Longhorn)

Gorilla moments
• Anita tells Starsky Hutch could come in a gorilla mask, and she would recognize him. (Game)
• Cassie tells of the “Pavlovian beast in a gorilla suit.” (Strange Justice)
• Huggy offers Dobey some bananas. (Sweet Revenge)
• Molly / Pete tells Kiko you’d have to be a gorilla to play football. (Little Girl Lost)
• There is a fake one with red eyes in the Jungle Club. (Bounty Hunter)
• There is one in the amusement park maze. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Thugs are referred to as gorillas. (Trap, Action)
• One of Starsky and Hutch's jokes is about a gorilla. (Shootout)

Hutch’s interest in houseplants
• Hutch has a greenhouse. (various)
• He asks Cheryl if she's watered her houseplants. (Bait)
• Hutch inspects, mists and offers to play some Donna Summers music for his “mishugana (or meshuggenah) mantherlus.” (Ballad for a Blue Lady)
• Hutch looks interested in “Boris,” the plant Reinhart’s secretary waters in the lobby. (Photo Finish)
• Hutch talks to his plants. (Vendetta)
• Hutch tells Kate, “This is a really beautiful place, Kate. Plants.” (Cover Girl)
• Ruth Willoughby talks aphids. Hutch looks interested and quite concerned. (Murder on Stage 17)
• Starsky and Kiko give him a Venus Flytrap for Christmas. (Little Girl Lost)
• The first thing Hutch does after seeing his wrecked apartment is to put some plants upright. (Fatal Charm)

Personal belongings Starsky and Hutch ruin for each other
• Hutch ruins integrity of the Starsky’s watch. (Death Ride)
• Hutch ruins Starsky’s tux. (Photo Finish)
• Hutch ruins Starsky’s watch. (Trap)
• Starsky loses Hutch’s fishing pole. (Class in Crime)
• Starsky melts Hutch’s Buddy Holly LP. (Game)

Hutch spits food out
• He spits out his taste of Starsky’s meatloaf into a napkin. (Death Ride)
• He spits out his first bite of lemon meringue pie into a napkin. (Jojo)
• He spits out Starsky’s coffee into the sink. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• He spits the garlic clove out. (Vampire)

Starsky and Hutch as litterbugs. Don’t tell Woodsy Owl
• Hutch crumples his trash and hides it on Dobey’s desk, behind the phone. (Committee)
• Hutch drops his sandwich wrapper on ground from window. (Snowstorm)
• Hutch either throws gum on Dobey’s floor or takes a long shot to Dobey’s trash can. (Bait)
• Hutch hands Dobey his empty water cup. (Snowstorm)
• Hutch picks up the boys’ empty beer can, crushes it and tosses it onto the canal bank. (Running)
• Hutch throws either his gum or a wad of trash into Connie’s apartment hallway. (Bait)
• Hutch throws his empty cup and something else out the car window . (Targets 3)
• Hutch throws his empty cup into the Torino’s back seat. Starsky complains, “This does happen to be my car.” (Plague)
• Hutch throws his gum out the window. (Deadly Imposter)
• Hutch throws his notebook into an empty lot. (Deadly Imposter)
• Starsky comments throwing badges into the ocean is polluting; they do it anyway. (Targets 1)
• Starsky drops napkin on floor, looks at it and walks away. (Jojo)
• Starsky first tries to blow, then tosses his straw wrapper out the window. (Psychic)
• Starsky takes Dobey’s napkin, crumples it and tosses it on his office floor. (Discomania)
• Starsky throws an empty, crushed water cup on Dobey’s floor. (Collector)
• Starsky throws his empty cup out of car window . (Targets 3)
• Starsky throws his empty Danish paper sack into bin marked DIRTY LAUNDRY. (Pilot)
• Starsky throws his snack bag in with dirty towels, then leaves it on top of vending machine. (Pilot)
• Starsky throws his straw wrapper out the window. (Committee)
• Starsky throws Hutch’s empty soup can into the back seat. (Game)
• Starsky throws pencil towards Dobey’s desk, misses and doesn’t pick it up. (Lady Blue)
• Starsky throws wadded trash at Hutch, who is looking at files. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Starsky tosses his empty cup on Dobey’s office floor in anger, and Dobey almost calls him on it. (Nightmare)
• Starsky tosses his red tipped swab (clove oil?) out the window after using it on sore tooth (Losing Streak)
• Starsky tosses his wadded napkins on Dobey’s desk. (Murder on Stage 17)

Struggling with luggage
• Hutch carries Cheryl’s luggage, and it appears to be too heavy. (Bait)
• Hutch carries Linda’s luggage, and it is too heavy. (Death Ride)
• Hutch carries too much luggage and has a hard time getting in the cabin door. (Satan’s Witches)
• The zipper won’t close on Anna’s luggage. (Body Worth Guarding)
• Starsky has too many suitcases, and they are too heavy. (Playboy Island)

Doctors’ black bags
• Dr. Kaufman carries one. (Plague)
• Paramedic Hutchinson carries one. (Deckwatch)
• Dr. Mason has one. (Manchild on the Streets)
• The doc who comes to see October Moss' body carries one. (Murder at Sea)

• Bellamy (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Commodore (Murder at Sea)
• Hannah (Deckwatch)
• Hutch (Plague, Survival)
• Starsky and Hutch (Partners)
• Junior (Manchild on the Streets)
• L. H. Eckworth (Vendetta)
• Linda (Death Ride)
• Mrs. Greene (Black and Blue)

• Starsky (Murder Ward)
• Terry Roberts tells Starsky to get one so they can leave the hospital (Starsky’s Lady)
• Thorne (Playboy Island)

Canes and crutches
• Hutch uses crutches. (Survival)
• Joey Webster uses a cane. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Lionel uses a cane. (Quadromania)
• Mr. Woodfield uses crutches. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Paco uses crutches. (Velvet Jungle)
• Rene uses a cane. (Vampire)
• Sour Joe uses a cane. (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• Starsky uses a cane. (A Coffin for Starsky, Trap, Shootout)
• Starsky uses crutches. (Moonshine)
• Starsky, as Charlie Chaplin, uses a cane. (Velvet Jungle)
• The anonymous patient in hospital uses crutches. (Deadly Imposter)
• The old woman at the newsstand uses a cane. (Collector)
• Thomas May uses a cane. (Targets 2)
• Wheeler uses a cane. (Hutchinson for Murder One)

Red and yellow owl at Metro
• Ninety Pounds of Trouble
• Avenger
• Black and Blue
• Class in Crime
• Cover Girl
• Death in a Different Place
• Discomania
• Heroes
• Hutchinson for Murder One
• Manchild on the Streets
• Rosey Malone
• Starsky’s Brother
• Trap
• Velvet Jungle

Red and pink pig bank at Metro
• Avenger
• Black and Blue
• Blindfold,
• Committee
• Cover Girl
• Death in a Different Place
• Fatal Charm
• Foxy Lady
• Game
• Gillian
• Heroes
• Huggy Bear and the Turkey
• Huggy Can’t Go Home
• Hutchinson for Murder One
• Iron Mike
• Las Vegas Strangler
• Moonshine
• Ninety Pounds of Trouble
• Photo Finish
• Rosey Malone
• Specialist
• Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty
• Starsky’s Brother
• Strange Justice
• Survival
• Sweet Revenge
• Trap
• Vampire
• Velvet Jungle
• Vendetta
• Hutch picks it up, rattles it, puts money in it, peers into the top (Class in Crime)
• Marty Decker picks it up and shakes it, Starsky sharply tells him to put it down (Discomania)

Brown horse toy at Metro
• Starsky’s Brother
• Strange Justice

Human skulls
• Guybo has one. It has straw wrapped around its nose, which Starsky comments on. (Vampire)
• One is seen as an altar decoration. (Playboy Island)
• One is the control for the spooky organ. (Terror on the Docks)
• A red-eyed one is used as a bomb scare in the locker room. (Golden Angel)
• One is used as a candle holder. (Satan’s Witches)

Rain, thunder and lightening
• There is rain during the pool drug bust. (Pilot)
• There is rain and lightening as McBride and Starsky wait for fares. (Quadromania)
• There is rain and thunder (Vendetta)
• There is rain and thunder all around the restaurant. (Shootout)
• There is rain and lightening during the meet with Al Green. (Nightmare)
• Thunder is heard. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• There is thunder and lightening as the girl walks from the bus. (Vampire)
• There is rain outside of Hutch's place. (Foxy Lady)
• There is thunder and rain outside the Golden Lady Ballroom at 2:00 am. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• An added bonus: Huggy tells Sugar and Milo, "How would you like some black lightening across your lips?" (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)

Starsky and Hutch get really wet
• Hutch gets wet enough from Kate’s tooth brushing for Starsky to comment on it. (Cover Girl)
• Hutch gets wet in the mini golf pond. (Death Notice)
• Hutch is in the shower. (Foxy Lady, Pariah, Fatal Charm, Pilot)
• Hutch jumps into the ship’s pool to fight Jack Parker. (Groupie)
• Hutch pours water on Starsky. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Starsky and Hutch cross the river. (Playboy Island)
• Starsky and Hutch dive into the pool. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Starsky and Hutch dive into the shopping mall fountain. (Dandruff)
• Starsky and Hutch fall and jump into the ocean. (Terror on the Docks)
• Starsky and Hutch fall into the ocean off the cliff. (Playboy Island)
• Starsky and Hutch get wet from a street cleaner. (Targets 3)
• Starsky and Hutch get wet in the pool. (Pilot)
• Starsky and Hutch get wet in the rain. (Pilot)
• Starsky and Hutch swim from the boat to the shore. (Playboy Island)
• Starsky dives into the pool. (Death Notice)
• Starsky gets sprayed by a guy with a hose. (Losing Streak)
• Starsky gets wet in the cultists’ bathtub. (Bloodbath)
• Starsky goes in the shower with Sharman. (Running)

Visible arrest warrants
• Hutch’s (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Judge McClellan’s (Targets 1)
• Konig’s (Bounty Hunter)
• Reuben’s (Birds of a Feather)
• Starsky holds one up. (Bust Amboy)
• Stryker’s (Snowstorm)

Dumping stuff out of paper sacks onto desks
• The stolen candy bars are dumped. (Silence)
• Money and vegetables are dumped. (Bust Amboy)
• Lola dumps Konig's money out on her desk. (Bounty Hunter)

Hot water heaters
• One is thrown as a weapon. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• One is seen in Artie Solkin’s place. (Vendetta)
• Hutch lights the pilot of the one at the Edward’s place. (Little Girl Lost)

• Ezra’s “chapel” has torches. (Terror on the Docks)
• Starsky and Hutch see them in the woods at the ceremony. (Satan’s Witches)
• There are torches at the Jungle Club. (Bounty Hunter)
• There are torches at the Voodoo ceremony. (Playboy Island )
• There are torches in the caves. (Bloodbath)
• Torches are at the party Limbo party. (Playboy Island)

Ollie sightings
• It is seen sitting on file cabinet in squad room, before Starsky’s Lady. (Bloodbath, Specialist)
• The Primary Moment is at the Monopoly Memorial. (Starsky’s Lady)
• It is sitting in Sammie’s bedroom on a chair. (Manchild on the Streets)

Model ships
• Andy Wilkins has one in his office. (Terror on the Docks)
• Captain LaRue has one in his cabin. (Murder at Sea)
• Captain Ryan’s office has one. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Nick Dombarris’ place has one. (Jojo)
• Starsky is working on one. He asks Hutch to get the black thread. (Fatal Charm)
• Starsky’s place has one over his bed. (Foxy Lady, Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty, Rosey Malone, Running, Starsky’s Brother)
• There is one at Hutch’s place, over his bed. (Fix)
• There is one at the Jungle Club, a paddleboat! (Bounty Hunter)

Things in Starsky’s desk at home
• Starsky’s camera is in the desk’s right hand drawer. (Committee)
• The black thread is in the “second drawer on the right hand side.” (Fatal Charm)
• The instructions for his watch are in it’s bottom drawer. (Trap)

Vacuum cleaners
• Hutch trips over one, and it turns on. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Starsky vacuums, and Hutch trips over it. (Blindfold)

Things seen on car dashes
• Starsky puts his feet on the dash of Hutch’s car. (Running)
• The black book is seen there. (Kill Huggy Bear, Jojo, Texas Longhorn, Bounty Hunter, Pariah, Pilot, Running)
• The can of clam chowder rests on Hutch’s dash briefly. (Game)
• There is a banana on Starsky’s dash, then in the window shade on Hutch's side.. (Bounty Hunter)
• There is a banana, an apple and a grapefruit on the Torino’s dash. (Running)
• There is a map on Hutch’s dash. (Running)
• There is a plastic orange cup, a lumpy orange bag, a map, two magazines, old newspapers, a yellow lumpy bag and a reddish book on Hutch’s dash. (Jojo)

Hutch’s football
• It is in the back of the car (Jojo)
• It is in the closet by the door. (Fix)