HOW MUCH? COST

*“Even for free, you
ain’t for me."* (Bloodbath)

The
monetary value of goods and services was gleaned from
visual and audible clues, both intentional and from the
background. This included signs in stores, mentions by
characters and sometimes figured by math. Be aware that
mathematics were Pepper's lowest grades in school.

Period
pricing

• “Starsky’s resignation”
is Prudholm’s price. (Pariah)

• “For love or money,” Starsky says he wouldn’t return his
tux for love or money. (Photo Finish)

• “A liability we can no longer afford.” Gavin says Spenser
is one. (Heavyweight)

• “A few lives” is a small price to pay, Dr. Matwick tells
Starsky. (Murder Ward)

• “Small change field agents” is what Hutch calls Smithers
and Waldheim. (Targets 2)

• “Real cheap,” is how much Huggy will let some of his pet
rocks sell for. (Committee)

• “The cost of a cup of coffee,” is what Spenser says his
life wouldn’t be worth if he squeals. (Heavyweight)

• “An arm and a leg,” is what Hutch tells Starsky he paid
for the Buddy Holly album. (Game)

• “An arm and a leg,” is what Hutch tells Starsky the
greenhouse home improvement loan will set him back. (Ballad
For a Blue Lady)

• "Can't pay the price," of being a cop anymore. Starsky
tells Terry he can't do it. (Starsky’s Lady)

• "Name your price,“ Greta Wren”/Dora Pruitt tells Marcie
Fletcher she can do, regarding how much Marcie wants for
the negative. (Photo Finish)

• $0 Starsky makes Chicky give his information up with no
compensation, as a “freebie...gratis.” (Deckwatch)

• $0 “Even for free, you ain’t for me,” Hutch tells Merle.
(Bloodbath)

• $0 Bobbie points out Monique’s free-loving life “is not
free.” (Avenger)

• $0 Hutch tells Starsky the jukebox is free and turns down
Starsky’s offer of money. (Shootout)

• $0 is the amount Manny Burnbalm tells Starsky people will
pay to see Starsky's aunt take off her clothes. (Death
Notice)

• $0 is the amount of bail for Jojo. This makes Nick
Dombarris nervous. (Jojo)

• $0 Starsky and Hutch offer Bo Rile a free ride downtown.
(Bounty Hunter)

• 1¢ Starsky comments his tux rental is “worth every
penny.”-- At $30 a day, it's actually worth 3000 pennies.
(Photo Finish)

• 1¢ Starsky comments to Goodson and Chambers he and
Hutch’s involvement with the Malone case is “penny-ante
stuff.” (Rosey Malone)

• 2¢ is the original postage amount of the Hawaiian
Missionary stamp. (Bait)

• 5¢ a pound is the cost for cabbage at Von’s. (Hostages)

• 5¢ Gill says Rankin didn’t steal anything from him, “Not
a nickel.” (Losing Streak)

• 5¢ Hobart says Starsky and Hutch won’t “get a nickel”
from Vice unless he gets in on the deal. (Action)

• 5¢ Ella tells Vern they have "enough nickel bags to last
us a couple of weeks." (Running)

• 5¢ Hutch asks, "Who'd want to pay a nickel for Jimmy
Shannon?" (Vendetta)

• 5¢ is the last sale on Stella’s register. (Golden Angel)

• 5¢ is the cost of an ear of really, really, really fresh
corn. (Bust Amboy)

• 5¢ + 10¢ Nick Turner is a “nickel and dime hustler,” as
opposed to Sugar who “feels like a million bucks.” (Death
in a Different Place)

• 5¢ + 10¢ Jack is “not a nickel and dime hustler,” notes
Hutch. (Collector)

• 5¢ + 10¢ Starsky complains to Hutch that Pinky, “is a
nickel and dime fence, for crying out loud.” (Blindfold)

• 5¢ + 10¢ Judge McClellan is “no nickel and dimer.”
(Targets 1)

• 5¢ + 10¢ The guys are bidding nickels and dimes in the
back room poker game. (Terror on the Docks)

• 5¢ + 10¢ Joey is a "nickel and dime hustler." (Shootout)

• 5¢ + 10¢ Wally runs a "nickel and dime" car lot. (Lady
Blue)

• 6¢ is the cost of a pound of salt at Von’s. (Hostages)

• 10¢ Anita tells Ernie he needs a dime to make the phone
call. (Game)

• 10¢ Cucumbers are a dime at the Donut Show. (Pariah)

• 10¢ Hutch gives Starsky a dime for candy. (Fix)

• 10¢ Iris Thayer says to her friend, “Another day, another
dime.” (Las Vegas Strangler)

• 10¢ is the cost of a try to win a dish at the House of
Glass at the Pike. (Texas Longhorn)

• 10¢ Zach Tyler says, "a man might not have a dime in his
pocket, might me a millionaire, and still wear the same
kind of boots." (Texas Longhorn)

• 10¢ is the cost of each additional mile in George’s cab.
The first mile is .60. (Death Ride)

• 10¢ Olga reminds Gillian she didn’t have a dime on her
when she and Al got her out of the gutter. (Gillian)

• 10¢ Hutch comments of Judge McClellan and Lionel ,”You’re
asking him to dance or you won’t pay him a dime.” (Targets
1)

• 10¢ is the cost of a phone call from a pay phone. (Texas
Longhorn, Jojo, Snowstorm)

• 10¢ Pinky will sell Hutch the trumpet “at cost.” He says
he won’t even make a dime. (Blindfold)

• 10¢ Starsky asks Hutch for a dime for the vending
machine. He ends up kicking it for free goodies instead of
putting money in it. (Iron Mike)

• 10¢ Starsky gives Huggy a dime for the phone at Huggy’s
own place. “Consider it a down payment” on the information
he tells Huggy. (Groupie)

• 10¢ Starsky tells Ernie, he'll “pay attention to anything
that will get you a dime.” (Game)

• 10¢ The woman wants her dime back from Hutch for making
the call to police. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• 12¢ a pound is the cost of fresh rhubarb at Von’s.
(Hostages)

• 15¢ is the cost of peanuts in the vending machine. (Rosey
Malone)

• 15¢ is the cost of the Daily Chronicle. (Foxy Lady)

• 15¢ is the tip Starsky and Hutch leave for the waitress
at Jeb’s. She complains. (Set-Up)

• 15¢ Starsky says he has fifteen cents and needs a dime
from Hutch to get a candy bar. Starsky actually has a
pocketful of change. (Fix)

• 16¢ a minute is the cost for dancing at the Golden Lady
Ballroom. (Starsky vs. Hutch)

• 19¢ is the cost of a pound of green beans at the Donut
Show. (Pariah)

• 20¢ is how much Starsky originally offers Chicky for
information. (Deckwatch)

• 20¢ is the cost of the Daily Chronicle (Starsky vs.
Hutch)

• 25¢ Artie says he might give Hutch a quarter if he saw
him on the ground. (Vendetta)

• 25¢ Huggy gives the “old man,” Hutch, a quarter. (Game)

• 25¢ Hutch tosses Starsky a quarter when heading out door.
Starsky retrieves it from the floor and puts it in his
stash. (Fix)

• 25¢ is how much Starsky and Hutch give the bum for the
message from Huggy. (Gillian)

• 25¢ is the amount of the tip Hutch gives taxi driver. The
driver is horrified at this cheapness and throws it on the
ground. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• 25¢ Anita complains to Starsky, “That, and your quarter
tip will get me zip.” (Game)

• 25¢ is the cost for the first half hour of parking at the
Downtown Auto Park. Seventy-five cents is the cost of all
day. (Heavyweight)

• 25¢ is the cost of a cup of coffee at coffee shop on
Brady. (Trap)

• 25¢ is the cost of a game of pool where Ken Widdicombe
plays. (Blindfold)

• 25¢ is the cost of a raffle ticket for a new Lincoln Mark
IV. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• 25¢ is the cost of a small coleslaw and .75 for a large
coleslaw. (Vendetta)

• 25¢ is the cost of an egg muffin at Stella’s. (Jojo)

• 25¢ is the cost of candy bar from the vending machine.
Starsky points this out to Hutch. (Fix)

• 25¢ is the cost of porn movie at Stardust’s arcade.
(Gillian)

• 25¢ is the cost of the movie arcade at Le Sex Shoppe.
(Gillian)

• 25¢ is the cost of three balls at a game at the amusement
park. (Targets 3)

• 25¢ is the cost of the old woman’s purchase from
John-John. “Don’t forget your cane.” (Collector)

• 25¢ Starsky gives Hutch a quarter for a drink from
vending machine outside of “Ballistics.” (Snowstorm)

• 25¢ Tony used to steal hub cabs in Brooklyn when he was a
kid. He would sell them for a quarter. (Discomania)

• 29¢ is the cost of two red plums at the Donut Show.
(Pariah)

• 30¢ is the cost of a soft drink at Billy’s restaurant.
(Vendetta).

• 33¢ is how much a box of Kleenex costs at Robert's. (Las
Vegas Strangler)

• 35¢ is the cost for a small ice cream or sherbet at JC
Café. (Psychic)

• 35¢ is the cost of the Midnight Globe at John-John’s
newsstand. It has “Séance with Elvis” as its headline.
(Collector)

• 35¢ is the limit Starsky gives Hutch at the candy
machine. (Bust Amboy)

• 39¢ is the cost of a hot dog at the amusement park.
(Targets 3)

• 40¢ is the cost of small chips and .75 for the large
chips at Billy’s restaurant. (Vendetta)

• 45¢ is the cost of a half an hour of parking at the lot
across from Morales Sales, Sidwil and the Los Angeles
Rescue Mission. All day is .85. (Fatal Charm)

• 50¢ is how much Starsky assumed he was betting Nick. Nick
though it was $50. (Starsky’s Brother)

• 50¢ is the charge for browsing at the Stardust. (Gillian)

• 50¢ is the cost of a pack cigarettes at Roy’s candy
store. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• 50¢ is the cost of a raffle ticket at Metro. (Ballad for
a Blue Lady)

• 50¢ is the cost of coffee at the Golden Lady Ballroom.
(Starsky vs. Hutch)

• 50¢ is the cost of a self-service photo booth photo at
the amusement park. (Targets 3)

• 50¢ is the cost of a dozen eggs at the farm stand.
(Plague)

• 50¢ is the cost of tap beer. Hutch rings it up.
(Shootout)

• 50¢ is the last sale on Collandra’s register. It was
probably for Huggy’s beer. (Psychic)

• 50¢ is the last sale on the register at Schultz’s Bar.
(Iron Mike)

• 50¢ The slug that killed Palmer made a hole the size of a
fifty cent piece going in his body. (Birds of a Feather)

• 50.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of regular gas. (Bounty
Hunter)

• 54.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of super gas. (Trap,
Silence)

• 55¢ is the cost of “elote,” corn on the cob at the
amusement park. (Targets 3)

• 57.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of premium gas. (Plague)

• 60¢ is the cost of the first mile in George’s cab then
.10 for each additional mile. (Death Ride)

• 60¢ is the cost for a “mile long hot dog” at amusement
park. (Targets 3)

• 60.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of “regular” gas. (Lady
Blue)

•
61.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of “super” gas. (Action, Lady
Blue)

• 62.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of “regular” gas. (Game)

•
63¢ is the cost of Alka Seltzer at Robert's. (Las Vegas
Strangler)

• 63¢ is the cost of Curad band-aids at Robert's. (Las
Vegas Strangler)

•
64.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of “premium” gas. (Lady Blue)

• 64.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of “super” gas. (Game)

•
65¢ is the cost for ten pounds of potatoes at the farm
stand. (Plague)

• 65¢ is the cost of a foot-long hot dog from Lee Bristol.
(Collector)

• 65¢ is the cost of a large ice cream or sherbet at JC
Café. (Psychic)

• 65¢ is the cost of two packs of gum at Robert's. (Las
Vegas Strangler)

• 67¢ appears to be the price for a pound of sugar, though
the warehouse man’s final math doesn’t add up. By estimate,
the price would be .72 a pound. (Moonshine)

•
67.9¢ is the cost of a gallon of “premium” gas, (Game)

•
68¢ is the cost of breakfast at Circus Circus. (Las Vegas
Strangler)

• 69¢ is the cost for a pound for steak at Von's.
(Hostages)

• 69¢ is the cost of an unknown “cheese special” at Von’s.
(Hostages)

• 69¢ is the cost of twelve tabs of Dramamine at Robert's.
(Las Vegas Strangler)

• 70¢ is the cost for a slice of layer cake at JC Café.
(Psychic)

• 72¢ is the price of a pound of sugar (Moonshine)

• 80¢ for the flag drop, then .20 for each quarter mile at
Metro Cab rates. (Quadromania)

• 80¢ is the cost of the first mile, then .20 for
additional miles at City Cab rates. (Plague, Tap Dancing)

• 85¢ is the cost to park all day at lot by Frankie’s Gym.
(Pilot)

• 85¢ is the cost to park all day at the lot across from
Los Angeles Rescue Mission, Morales Sales and Sidwil.
(Fatal Charm)

• 99¢ is the cost of a bottle of Tylenol at Robert's. (Las
Vegas Strangler)

• $1 a "big one" is one dollar. (Discomania)

• $1 a "buck" is one dollar (Death in a Different Place,
Long Walk)

• $1 a "smackaroo" is a one dollar bill (Photo Finish)

• $1 a "Washington" is a one dollar bill (Iron Mike)

• $1 “Another day, another dollar,” is a phrase used. (Lady
Blue, Savage Sunday)

• $1 Cal tips the doorman who brings Sue Ann a message a
buck. (Long Walk)

• $1 Collandra accuses Huggy of looking for a “fast buck.”
(Psychic)

• $1 Eckworth gives the “bum” a dollar in the garage.
(Vendetta)

• $1 Hutch gives Lijah a dollar in the alley. Lijah offers
to buy coffee for someone named Charles. (Pilot)

• $1 is the admission fee to the Golden Lady Ballroom.
After that, it is .16 a minute for dancing and games.
(Starsky vs. Hutch)

• $1 is the cost for a cup of coffee. Starsky thinks it is
too pricey. (Targets 1)

• $1 is the last transaction on the Funky Chicken cash
register. (Huggy Can’t Go Home)

• $1 is what a JFK fifty-cent piece is worth “today.”
(Vendetta)

• $1 is what Hutch puts in the till for beer. He takes out
fifty cents as change. (Shootout)

• $1 Anton Rusz’s tips a buck for his coke. Arnold thinks
he is a lousy tipper. (Death Notice)

• $1 Starsky tells Ginger he is “up for a fast buck,” but
to no avail. (Tap Dancing)

• $1 Steve Hanson tries to give the guard a buck as a tip.
It is refused. (Long Walk)

• $1.15 is the last transaction on Lee’s register.
(Collector)

• $1.15 cost of the breakfast special at the café by the
magazine stand. (Collector)

• $1.35 is the cost of a triple-decker hamburger, a large
milkshake and large cold drink at Chuck’s Fried Chicken.
(Bait)

• $1.49 is the cost of five ounces of cocoa butter. Starsky
sees an ad for it in the newspaper. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• $1-1.50 is the cost of parking at the underground garage
at the Music Pavilion. (Savage Sunday)

• $1.50 is the cost of three porno movies at the Galway
Theater. (Pilot)

• $1.50 is the cost of the X-rated movies Callendar sees.
The price goes up at midnight. (Plague)

• $1.50 is the cost of the 1977 lion calendar on the wall
at the Stardust Bookstore. (Gillian)

• $1.50 is the cost to park all day across from the United
Store where Joey is caught by Starsky and Hutch. (Trap)

• $1.65 is the cost of the Cold Plate at Lee Bristol’s
deli. (Collector)

• $1.75 is on the register at the deli at the time Molly
sees her dad with the gun. (Collector)

• $1.80 was on the Edison flag drop on the cab.
(Quadromania)

• $1.85 is the cost of a Reuben sandwich. (Collector)

• $1.95 is the cost of a car wash with a hot wax. (Psychic)

• $2 is the cost for a night at O’Riley’s Southern Hotel
where Joey and Roxie stay. (Starsky vs. Hutch, Heroes)

• $2 is the cost for a night at the Hotel Bremen where
Solkin, Tommy and Jimmy stay. (Vendetta)

• $2 is the cost of eighteen holes of mini golf. Replays
are one dollar. (Death Notice)

• $2 Starsky bets two dollars with Hutch on a game of Eight
Ball at Huggy’s. (Groupie)

• $2 The shop owner says he has, “A roll of nickels” and
six candy bars as he thinks he is being robbed. (Cover
Girl)

• $2 Jack Cunningham gives Lee Bristol two dollars,
figuring it would cover the cost of a cup of coffee and an
egg salad sandwich. (Collector)

• $2.25 is the cost for a haircut at a barbershop.
(Heavyweight)

• $2.39 is the cost of vitamin E at Robert's. (Las Vegas
Strangler)

• $2.45 is the cost of the pastrami special at Lee
Bristol’s deli. (Collector)

• $2.50 is the cost for a night at the Leland Hotel where
Sharman is staying. (Running)

• $2.50 is the cost for a night at the Roslyn Hotel. (Huggy
Bear and the Turkey)

• $2.75 The Big Ben four-piece fish dinner at Billy’s
restaurant is $2.75.(Vendetta)

• $2.98 and up is the cost of Huggy’s glow-in-the-dark
religious devices. (Jojo)

• $2.98 is the cost of the vampire mirror from Huggy’s kit.
(Vampire)

• $3 After midnight, the price of a ticket to the X-rated
movie theater Callendar attends goes up to three dollars.
The price goes down after eight am, to $1.50. (Plague)

• $3 an hour is what Ted makes at Ted’s Body and Fender
Repairs. (Savage Sunday)

• $3 is the cost of the 1977 horse calendar on the wall at
the Stardust Bookstore. (Gillian)

• $3 Madame Marlene Bouvet gives Hutch three bucks back in
change. (Starsky vs. Hutch)

• $3 is the cost for a scotch on the rocks and a coke at
the disco club. (Discomania)

• $3.30 is the cost of the luncheon buffet at the Jungle
Club. (Bounty Hunter)

• $3.50 is the cost of a night at the Huntington Hotel. It
is across from Huggy Bear’s (Snowstorm)

• $3.53 appears to be about how much money is in the violin
case at the mime show. (Velvet Jungle)

• $3.75 is the last sale on the register at Jeb’s
Restaurant. (Set-Up)

• $4 is the cost of three big hits at the Regent Theater.
(Psychic)

• $4 will buy a dozen bagels from the Brooklyn Bagel
Company. (Huggy Can’t Go Home)

• $4.47 is the cost of twelve photo greeting cards at the
Smoke Shoppe where Parker and Sears meet. (Groupie)

• $5 a "Lincoln" is a five dollar bill. (Iron Mike)

• $5 a "fiver" is a five dollar bill. (Murder at Sea)

• $5 Huey Chaco’s pal at Big Chuck’s says he will bet five
dollars on all three horses. He asks Huey Chaco if he will
lend him five bucks. (Texas Longhorn)

• $5 Hutch says Starsky knows all the hotels in New York,
which charge five dollars, or less a night, a cheap rate.
(Deckwatch)

• $5 is how much Turquet wins from Huggy in darts. (Huggy
Bear and the Turkey)

• $5 Hutch chortles the bet he wins from Nick in pool is
the “fastest five bucks he has ever won.” (Starsky’s
Brother)

• $5 Madelaine’s motel, the Marquis, was five dollars a
night. (Deckwatch)

• $5 Hutch wins five bucks from Starsky in pool game.
(Avenger)

• $5 is how much Huggy has riding on Dobey beating “the two
white boys in the corner” at pool. (Birds of a Feather)

• $5 Starsky and Hutch complain about the crummy hotel room
Huggy got for this price. (Set-Up)

• $5 Starsky bets five dollars on the second Soon Henry
race. He wins with the odds of nine to one. His $50 however
goes to Barnes for information. (Omaha Tiger)

• $5 Starsky says that there are pimps and pushers who will
slit your throat for five dollars. (Iron Mike)

• $5 is the cost of a night at the Arrow Hotel. (Committee)

• $5 is the cost of the Ultra Power binoculars offered on
the back of Monty Voorhees’ comic book. (Bounty Hunter)

• $5 Rolly pays five dollars for each snow tire from John
Brown Harris and Huey Chaco. (Texas Longhorn)

• $5 is what Starsky and Hutch originally bet each other
regarding who “gets” Chris Phelps. (Heroes)

• $6.25 looks to be the cost of one Superba Corona Superba.
The box appears to hold 28 and the cost of a box is $175.
(Dandruff)

• $7.20 is the cost of two Huggy sandwich plates, not
including the tip. (Targets 3)

• $7.25 will buy ten pounds of oats at the farm stand.
(Plague)

• $7.50 will buy Huggy’s Vampire Protection Kit. This
includes a hammer, a stake, a mirror, a crucifix and some
garlic. (Vampire)

• $7.95 will buy a twenty-one piece fish dinner, called The
Family Deal, at Billy’s restaurant. (Vendetta)

• $9 is how much Starsky has to borrow from Hutch to pay
the difference between cost of catered buffet and his
inheritance check. (Golden Angel)

• $9.80 is the Baron’s cab fare to the hotel. He gives the
cabbie a twenty and tells him to keep the change.
(Dandruff)

• $10 a "sawbuck" is a ten dollar bill. (Vampire)

• $10 Starsky gives Guybo a “sawbuck” and gets his money’s
worth. Guybo says $30 is the regular cost of a trance.
(Vampire)

• $10 All Hutch has on him is a “ten spot.” Starsky takes
it. (Starsky vs. Hutch)

• $10 is the amount Monk says Mickey would sell his old
lady for. (Fix)

• $10 will fill the van with gas in Jenson’s Corners.
(Death Ride)

• $10 will buy a ticket to Sue Ann’s show at the
Saddle-Club Bar. (Long Walk)

• $10 Emily’s doctor tells Starsky, “You can’t trade five
pounds of hope for ten dollars of wishes.” (Blindfold)

• $10 will buy a bushel of tribbles, er, guinea pigs.
(Hutchinson for Murder One)

• $10 Hutch gives Orange ten dollars for information
regarding Sharman. (Running)

• $10 Hutch pays Leo ten dollars to call him if anyone buys
the Baron’s favorite cigars. (Dandruff)

• $10 Joey accuses Hutch of taking a “ten spot” out of
register rather than fifty cents. (Shootout)

• $10 Nick bets Hutch and Huggy in second game of pool.
(Starsky’s Brother)

• $10 on the $5 bet is how much Dobey’s pool shot is upped.
(Birds of a Feather)

• $10 The wholesale cost of moonshine is $10 a gallon.
Willy is going to get $10,000 for 1000 gallons. (Moonshine)

• $10 Starsky and Hutch bet each other ten bucks on
“getting” Chris Phelps. This is made off-camera, raising
the amount from five dollars. (Heroes)

• $10 Starsky and Hutch bet ten dollars they can get Dobey
to go off his diet. Hutch wants his payment in small bills.
(Hostages)

• $10 Starsky bets ten dollars on the first Soon Henry
race. He loses. (Omaha Tiger)

• $10 Starsky buys ten dollars worth of raffle tickets at
headquarters. (Ballad for a Blue Lady)

• $10 A torn ten-dollar bill is the contact clue. (Set-Up)

• $10.20 is the amount the Baron tips the cabbie on a $9.80
cab fare. (Dandruff)

• $11.95 for eighteen piece fish dinner, called The Banquet
Deal, at Billy’s restaurant. (Vendetta)

• $12 is how much Smitty the crooked janitor had in his
wallet when he died. (Bounty Hunter)

• $12.50 is the cost of the Late Show at Casino de Paris.
It includes three cocktails. (Targets 1)

• $14 is the weekly rate for O’Riley’s Southern Hotel.
(Starsky vs. Hutch, Heroes)

• $14.95 is the cost of Starsky’s book on intimidation.
(Discomania)

• $14.95 would buy an “awful lot of mints” Hutch comments
to Starsky. (Discomania)

• $15 is the cost of “Toot’s” butterfly tattoo. (Texas
Longhorn)

• $15 is the cost of the parking ticket Hutch gets from
Officer O’Reilly. (Strange Justice)

• $15 will buy one dinner and a show at Casino de Paris.
(Targets 1)

• $15 is what Hutch gives Huggy for the information
regarding Matt Coyle. (Iron Mike)

• $20 Baron gives cab driver twenty bucks, tells him to
keep the change for $9.80 fare. (Dandruff)

• $20 buys a better trance by Guybo. Ten dollars gets you a
cheesy recap of the 6:00 news. (Vampire)

• $20 Huggy tells Pinky all he has is “two tens.” He offers
an IOU for $4980 for the jewels. (Blindfold)

• $20 is concealed as price of a pet rock and the amount
Starsky pays Huggy for prior information. (Committee)

• $20 is how much Hutch bets Starsky on the next day’s game
of mini-golf. (Starsky’s Lady)

• $20 is how much Hutch gives Starsky in fake Monopoly
money to pay Terry Roberts. It is an advance on the bet
Hutch figures he’ll win the next day at mini-golf.
(Starsky’s Lady)

• $20 is how much Hutch pays Murph for the drinks and
information. (Death in a Different Place)

• $20 is how much Starsky and Hutch finally bet each other
regarding who “gets” Chris Phelps. (Heroes)

• $20 is how much Starsky bribed someone to put vodka in
the guard’s food. (Playboy Island)

• $20 is the cost of a pet rock purchased from Huggy,
Starsky says it makes them even for information.
(Committee)

• $20 is the cost of a protective charm from Magic Minnie.
(Playboy Island)

• $20 is the cost of prostitute Carla Iverson’s services.
(Survival)

• $20 is what Wally asked Steve Hanson for when he got out
of prison. (Murder on Stage 17)

• $20 Mrs. Yeager never has anything bigger than a twenty.
She pays with a $100 bill at the farm stand. (Plague)

• $20 Nick wants to bet twenty dollars on subsequent pool
game with Huggy and Hutch. (Starsky’s Brother)

• $20 Madame Marlene Bouvet gives Starsky twenty dollars
change, counted out in French. (Starsky vs. Hutch)

• $20 Starsky bets Hutch twenty dollars that Steele is
“warm and snug in some doll’s house.” (Pilot)

• $20 Starsky gives the officer twenty dollars for raffle
tickets and wants ten bucks back in change. (Ballad for a
Blue Lady)

• $20 Starsky has only $20 in cash to pay Merle the $55 he
wants for information Hutch’s car. Merle won’t take a check
for the rest, suggesting Starsky’s credit isn’t good.
(Game)

• $20 Starsky says, “That’s like saying all New York City
needs is a twenty dollar loan.” (Jojo)

• $20 The denomination of counterfeit bills is twenty
dollars. (Losing Streak)

• $20 Train offers Meredith twenty bucks for Starsky’s
television. When she scoffs, he ups it to $30. (Black and
Blue)

• $20 will buy fake license plates from Ted. (Savage
Sunday)

• $20 will buy the services of a regular hooker. Hutch
suggests Sweet Alice should get at least fifty dollars. (A
Coffin for Starsky)

• $20 will have Ted paint your stolen car. (Savage Sunday)

• $24.95 is the cost of the Laughing Man at Allied Models.
(Cover Girl)

• $25 Hutch gave Merle twenty-five dollars to not tell
Starsky what kind of car he rented. (Game)

• $25 is the cost of a bus ticket from Bay City to San
Francisco. It isn’t clear if this is roundtrip. (Collector)

• $25 Lizzie and Marty Decker win twenty-five dollars for
coming in second in the dance contest. (Discomania)

• $25 Mickey tells Starsky he would give him information
about Hutch for twenty-five dollars, half as much as
Starsky is offering. (Fix)

• $30 is how much it costs to hide your car in Jenson’s
Corners. (Death Ride)

• $30 is the daily cost for Starsky’s tux rental. (Photo
Finish)

• $30 is the regular cost Guybo charges for a trance.
(Vampire)

• $30 Lionel offers Meredith thirty dollars for Starsky’s
television after she complains about his offer of twenty
dollars. (Black and Blue)

• $30 and his hat is how much Hutch gives the man in
exchange for borrowing his motorcycle. (Moonshine)

• $30 Starsky offers Merle thirty dollars for him to tell
him the kind of car Hutch rented. Earl says no, wants $50.
(Game)

• $30 The cost of the green paint job and fake plates turns
into thirty dollars, despite Ted’s original estimate of
forty dollars. (Savage Sunday)

• $32 Ted Bank’s dad’s shoes set him back thirty-two
dollars. (Terror on the Docks)

• $36 is how much was in Allen Richard’s pocket when he
died. (Class in Crime)

• $36 is what the Salty Babe race “pays to win.” (Action)

• $37.50 Starsky and Hutch’s balance for last month’s bar
tab at the Pits is $37.50. (Action)

• $40 Ted’s original charge to paint car and give new
plates was forty dollars. He ends up taking thirty dollars
instead. (Savage Sunday)

• $40 was how much Hutch paid for his new fishing rod.
(Playboy Island)

• $42.30 is the value of candy stolen by Larry. (Silence)

• $46.10 is Jack Cunningham’s cut from Frankie Carroll. It
is ten percent of $461. (Collector)

• $50 a "Grant" is a fifty dollar bill. (Iron Mike)

• $50 “will buy a lot of pills,” Walt, the DJ, points out.
(Discomania)

• $50 A “john” is waving fifty dollar bills “around like a
flag” in Huggy’s bar, looking for Hutch. (Fix)

• $50 Dobey tells Hutch to spend fifty dollars of their own
money first when gambling. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• $50 Hutch gives Ernie Silvers fifty dollars to check out
the story on Starsky’s shooting. (Game)

• $50 Hutch pockets Starsky’s fifty dollars after they talk
to John-John. (Collector)

• $50 is first prize in the disco dance contest.
(Discomania)

• $50 is how much Nick thought he was betting Starsky.
Starsky thought it was fifty cents. (Starsky’s Brother)

• $50 is the amount Artie and Tommy each get for breaking
Eckworth’s legs. (Vendetta)

• $50 is what Hutch paid for “squashed flowers” in order to
avoid writing up a report that would have taken a week.
(Trap)

• $50 is what Hutch suggest Sweet Alice’s attentions. (A
Coffin for Starsky)

• $50 is what Starsky and Hutch bet Huggy in the dart game.
(Bust Amboy)

• $50 is what Starsky and Hutch would have paid Barnes for
information. It comes out of Starsky’s mouse winnings.
(Omaha Tiger)

• $50 Merle said thirty dollars wasn’t enough. He wants
fifty dollars to tell what kind of a car Hutch rented.
(Game)

• $50 Packrat was going to pay fifty dollars for Sharman’s
bracelet. Its actual worth is $2000. (Running)

• $50 Someone bets fifty dollars on Cat’s Meow. (Omaha
Tiger)

• $50 Starsky offers fifty dollars to Mickey for
information regarding Hutch. Mickey says he would give it
to him for half that amount. (Fix)

• $50 Starsky tells John-John he wants to bet this amount
on Muhla Bull in the fourth race. (Collector)

• $50 Starsky wins fifty dollars on Soon Henry in Rodent
Downs with a $5 bet and 9 to 1 odds. (Omaha Tiger)

• $50 was paid for information from Tony and Huey. This
upped to $100 and then quibbled about. (Savage Sunday)

• $50.10 Starsky and Hutch say they will give Huggy fifty
dollars for information about Jack Parker. They also give
him a dime for the pay phone. (Groupie)

• $55 is the monthly rate at Hotel Bremen. (Vendetta)

• $55 Starsky complains about Merle’s $50 price. Merle ups
it to $55 for Starsky’s “being mean.” (Game)

• $56 is the monthly rate at O’Riley’s Southern Hotel.
(Starsky vs. Hutch, Heroes)

• $60 Starsky paid sixty dollars for each of his car tires.
(Pariah)

• $70 is how much Hutch owes Starsky in Monopoly money
after Starsky rolls a seven for him. (Starsky’s Lady)

• $72 is the cost of one beauty procedure at the salon.
(Dandruff)

• $75 is the cost of a months rent at the Baltimore Hotel
where Cobb stays (Strange Justice)

• $80 Hutch pays Freddie eighty dollars for information.
Starsky promises him another $100 if the information is
good. It isn’t. (Starsky’s Lady)

• $90 and up is the cost of a month’s rent at the Mayfair.
(Pariah)

• $100 a "long yard of green" is one hundred dollars.
(Action)

• $100 a "C note" is a hundred dollar bill. (Action)

• $100 A brand new hundred-dollar bill is what Callendar
gives Richie Yeager, telling him to buy some new shoes and
a flower for his mom. (Plague)

• $100 The Magic Ford in Newhall, California is offering a
$100 cash back rebate with a car purchase. (Moonshine)

• $100 Mrs. Yeager buys groceries in Clinton with it.
(Plague)

• $100 a day is how much Blaze offers Starsky and Hutch to
appear in an X-rated movie. (Targets 2)

• $100 Belinda Williams tries to “sell” Vic to White for
$100. (Losing Streak)

• $100 Callendar gives cab driver a choice: get shot or get
paid $100 to take him to the hospital. (Plague)

• $100 is the monthly rent on a fleabag house. (Running)

• $100 Jack wants to buy $100 of gum for his buddy in jail.
(Las Vegas Strangler)

• $100 Judith Coppet says she was ordered to pay Starsky
and Hutch $100 a week. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)

• $100 Lisa gives Maggie $100 for her janitor’s outfit. The
outfit consists of two dirty shirts, jeans and a red
bandana. (Foxy Lady)

• $100 Starsky bets Fred and Hutch $100 on the theme song
to Casablanca. (Action)

• $100 Starsky will pay Freddie $100 more if his
information turns out to be good. (Starsky’s Lady)

• $100 The Caplan’s owe Bad Dad Watson $100. (Huggy Bear
and the Turkey)

• $100 The cost of breaking Eckworth’s legs is $100. Artie
and Tommy split it. (Vendetta)

• $100 Thomas May pays the Flower Power woman one hundred
dollars to take his information to Karen at the Washington
Square Tower. (Targets 2)

• $125 to $150 The daily cost of a heroin habit is
$125-$150, depending on the going price. (Pariah)

• $140 The cost of Nancy Blake’s wedding cake is $140.
(Terror on the Docks)

• $140 The weekly salary for a disbursement clerk is $140.
(Death Ride)

• $147.50 One procedure at the beauty salon costs $147.50.
(Dandruff)

• $150 Kate Larabee’s fee for modeling is $150 an hour.
(Cover Girl)

• $175 A box of Superba Corona Superba cigars is $175.
(Dandruff)

• $200 Doris only puts in on a $300 bet and has to get a
chit. (Birds of a Feather)

• $200 Foxy Baker says she can pay Huggy and Turquet $200
as a retainer. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)

• $200 Claude Burger will pay Jojo “2 yards” for his part
in the auto injury scam. (Jojo)

• $200 Huggy can take up to $200 as a bet in the Rodent
Downs. (Tap Dancing)

• $200 Starsky paid $200 to borrow the van from Jenson’s
Corners. (Death Ride)

• $200 The amount of flash Starsky and Hutch have to get
rid of gambling is $200. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• $200 The cost Zack estimates of a custom pair of cowboy
boots is $200. (Texas Longhorn)

• $200 Tramaine got away with $200 from the liquor store
robbery. (Pariah)

• $200 Two hundred “in Yankee dollars” is what the driver
charges Healey to drive to the cane road. (Playboy Island)

• $200-300 Starsky and Hutch have $200-300 left after the
first crap game. (Action)

• $210 “Two hundred and ten lousy bucks” is the amount bad
guys get from liquor store hold up. (Savage Sunday)

• $217 The cost of some procedure at the beauty salon is
$217. (Dandruff)

• $224.98 Starsky receives $224.98 from his uncle after all
relatives are paid. (Golden Angel)

• $233.98 The cost of the catered buffet Starsky buys for
wrestlers is $233.98. (Golden Angel)

• $250 Foxy Baker offers $250 to Huggy and Turquet this the
second time she sees them, upping her pay. (Huggy Bear and
the Turkey)

• $250 The chinchilla cost was $250. (Hutchinson for Murder
One)

• $286 a week is how much Gil White paid Vic Rankin. This
is assuming the $2000 Vic was owed is his total five week’s
salary. (Losing Streak)

• $200-$300 What Hutch has left after the first dice game
on the semi truck.(Action)

• $300 Dobey thinks he gave Charlie McCabe three hundred
dollars in flash money; Starsky says it was actually $500.
(Tap Dancing)

• $300 Starsky paid three hundred dollars for his watch
with a scratched crystal. (Trap)

• $300 The cost of an abortion appears to be $300.
(Collector)

• $300 Ella tries to get Vern to cut and run to Reno with
her. "We have $300 and enough nickel bags..." (Running)

• $300 The first bet the viewer sees Doris make is $300.
(Birds of a Feather)

• $300-$400 Dewey Hughes figured there would be $300-$400
in the paper sack. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• $359 Starsky’s television, new in a store and according
to Meredith, is worth $359. (Black and Blue)

• $360 Starsky’s watch cost him $360. (Death Ride)

• $400 Sulko got paid four hundred dollars to waste Jojo.
Starsky asks him if he was “trying to depress the market.”
(Jojo)

• $400 is how much Rankin made a week working for White. It
is $2000 divided by five. (Losing Streak)

• $400-500 Spenser needs $400-$500 from Jeeter.
(Heavyweight)

• $423 Starsky first bets Hutch $423 in the hide and seek
game. It is one week’s salary, $22,000 divided by 52.
(Game, Groupie)

• $461 Frank Carroll owed Oates $461. It is what he got his
bathroom blown up for. (Collector)

• $500 “Five big ones for a line,” five hundred dollars is
what Fitch is offering on the street Hutch. (Ballad for a
Blue Lady)

• $500 Charlie McCabe wants to put $500 on “The Pinto,” ups
it to $1000. (Tap Dancing)

• $500 Coyle sends Skinny Momo’s old lady $500 a week while
he is in jail. (Iron Mike)

• $500 Doris loses $500 on this bet with three ladies to a
full house. (Birds of a Feather)

• $500 Five hundred bucks is how much Starsky says Dobey
gave Charlie McCabe in flash money. Dobey thought it was
$300. (Tap Dancing)

• $500 Huggy tells Starsky, “Dig, some people will give up
their own mother for that kind of bread.” (Ballad For a
Blue Lady)

• $500 Hutch loses his entire wad on Squeaky Dancer. (Tap
Dancing)

• $500 Hutch bets Starsky $500 in the “sweat race” (Action)

• $500 Rankin ups his stake in poker game after he loses
$1000. (Losing Streak)

• $500 Sloan has bet $500 on the Lakers (Savage Sunday)

• $500 Spenser figures $500 is his share from winning the
fight. (Heavyweight)

• $500 Starsky bets Fred and Hutch $500 on the name of Gene
Autry’s horse. (Action)

• $500 The original amount Monty thinks Starsky and Hutch
want a week in protection money for his bookie joint is
$500. (Savage Sunday)

• $700 Monty offers Starsky and Hutch $700, upping it from
$500. He thinks Starsky and Hutch want money every week in
protection money for his bookie joint. (Savage Sunday)

• $700 is the cost to smuggle in an illegal alien from
Central America. (Velvet Jungle)

• $725 Hutch complains to Merle and Starsky about the cost
of Sulko’s paint job, saying he could “paint an airplane
for seven and a quarter.” (Jojo)

• $727.50 is the total sugar bill Dobey pays the man at the
warehouse. (Moonshine)

• $750 is the estimate for Sulko’s metallic chartreuse with
glitter paint job at Merle’s. (Jojo)

• $800 is the cost to fix the sidewalk from the Frost bust,
so says Dobey and the Commissioner. (Fatal Charm)

• $800 The unnamed poker player complains he is out eight
hundred dollars. (Huggy Can’t Go Home)

• $837.50 should be the total bill for Dobey’s sugar,
according to the math, but man charges 13% less. Perhaps it
is the Pina Colada Discount? (Moonshine)

• $846 Hutch ups Starsky’s one week’s salary bet to 2 weeks
salary. This amount is $846, $22,000 divided by 21. (Game,
Groupie)

• $950 is how much someone will owe Terry if he or she
lands on Terry’s property with hotels. This amount is In
Monopoly money. (Starsky’s Lady)

• $1000 a "grand" is one thousand dollars. (Fatal Charm,
Survival, Targets 1, Birds of a Feather)

• $1000 a "big one" is a thousand dollars. (Bait)

• $1000 a "long one" is one thousand dollars. (Bait)

• $1000 A one thousand dollar loan has a $2000 interest
payment from Annie Oates. (Collector)

• $1000 Charlie McCabe is irritated that Huggy can’t cover
a bet of $1000 in Rodent Downs on the Pinto. (Tap Dancing)

• $1000 One thousand dollars is how much Dobey can give
Starsky and Hutch for flash money out of “Department’s”
fund. (Action)

• $1000 One thousand dollars is how much Doris has to pay a
week for twelve weeks to pay off her debt. (Birds of a
Feather)

• $1000 One thousand dollars is how much Lee Bristol
borrowed from Oates and Garras. (Collector)

• $1000 One thousand dollars is how much Starsky bets on
Salty Babe by accident. (Action)

• $1000 Rankin’s original stake in poker game is one
thousand dollars. (Losing Streak)

• $1000 Starsky bets Fred and Hutch $1000 on the name of
Tonto’s horse, and Hutch wins. (Action)

• $1000 The counterfeit money is bundled in packs of one
thousand dollar bills. (Hostages)

• $1000 Vic tells Harry Trask he will give one thousand
dollars for the information about Hutch still being alive.
(Survival)

• $1200 Diana buys Hutch a watch that cost twelve hundred
dollars. (Fatal Charm)

• $1200 Joe “burned twelve grand in the last four months.”
(Collector)

• $1500 Pinky says the necklace Huggy holds up is worth
fifteen big ones. (Blindfold)

• $1500 The value of antique squash blossom necklace stolen
from Zach’s wife is fifteen hundred dollars. (Texas
Longhorn)

• $1600 Sixteen hundred dollars is the amount Starsky gives
Gillian right away. This is most likely the amount in his
savings account. (Gillian)

• $1800 Eighteen hundred dollars is the loan that Buzzy has
from Stella. (Golden Angel)

• $2000 Starsky and Hutch get a total of $7000 for their
part in the “grease job,” receiving $2000 up front.
(Targets 1)

• $2000 The interest on a $1000 loan from Annie Oates. This
is what Lee Bristol has paid. (Collector)

• $2000 Two thousand dollars is how much Sharman’s bracelet
was worth, though Packrat offers Vern $50. (Running)

• $2000 Two thousand dollars is how much Vic Rankin
“steals” back. (Losing Streak)

• $2500 Janos’ camera lens is worth $2500. It is good for
close-ups. (A Coffin for Starsky)

• $2500 McClellan will pay twenty-five hundred dollars in
Quaaludes and $3000 cash as Rigger’s payoff in the “grease
job.” (Targets 1)

• $2500 This is most likely the cost of Terry Nash’s rifle.
Seeing how he is programmed to do one thing, the amount of
money he takes out of the bank is probably enough to cover
the cost of his rifle and nothing else. (Set-Up)

• $3000 Perhaps the value of the Torino. It is how much
Starsky can get by next week for Gillian. (Gillian)

• $3000 Hutch says “you can’t buy a camper for this
amount,” three thousand dollars. (Heroes)

• $3000 The amount Nick Hunter wants to “keep quiet” is
three thousand dollars. (Death in a Different Place)

• $3000 The amount of Kate’s murder is $8000. Brady keeps
$3000. He gives $5000 to Angel to kill Kate. (Cover Girl)

• $3000 The worth of an 1854 Golden eagle $20 gold piece is
three thousand dollars. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)

• $3000 Three thousand dollars is how much Starsky says he
and Hutch need to come up with, plus a loan, for the fixer
upper. (Heroes)

• $3000 Three thousand dollars is Rigger’s payoff plus
$2500 in Quaaludes for the “grease job.” (Targets 1)

• $4000 Four thousand dollars is how much money Mousey and
Nick owe Al Martin. (Nightmare)

• $4000 Four thousand dollars was burned through on the
horses over a period of two months, John-John tells Starsky
and Hutch. Starsky and Hutch tell Annie Oates a different
amount. (Collector)

• $4980 Huggy calculates $4980 for Pinky regarding jewels,
after telling Pinky all he has is two tens. (Blindfold)

• $5000 Brady gives Angel five thousand dollars to kill
Kate, keeping $3000 for himself. (Cover Girl)

• $5000 Eric Snow wanted five thousand dollars as
blackmail. (Murder at Sea)

• $5000 Five thousand dollars is the amount of bail of Nick
Turner for “possession of stolen property.” (Death in a
Different Place)

• $5000 Five thousand dollars is the amount of Kenny’s
bail. (Blindfold)

• $5000 Five thousand dollars is the amount Schiller was
going to pay “Carlyle” right away, with the rest later.
Hutch renegotiates. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)

• $5000 Connie sets the price for a kilo of smack five
thousand dollars over the understood price. (Bait)

• $5000 Five thousand dollars is how much Jeeter “sells”
Spence to Gavin. (Heavyweight)

• $5000 Five thousand dollars is how much Officer Baylor is
going to pay Frost. (Fatal Charm)

• $5000 Five thousand dollars is the price of the
“blueberry on wheels.” (Jojo)

• $5000 Huggy is going to buy the fenced diamonds from
Pinky for five thousand dollars. (Blindfold)

• $5000 is seen on Harry Owens’ desk. It is the amount he
is paid by Fitch for killing Benny Paycheck. (Ballad for a
Blue Lady)

• $5000 The man charges Callendar five thousand dollars for
the firing pin. (Plague)

• $6000 Garras loses six thousand dollars on horses in two
months. (Collector)

• $6000 Stryker’s original offer for Nick Starsky is six
thousand dollars. (Starsky’s Brother)

• $7000 is the payoff for Starsky and Hutch to blow the
case on McClellan.((Targets1)

• $7280 is the amount of Terry Ever’s annual salary. This
amount is $140 x 52. (Death Ride)

• $7500 Nick will get $7500 from Stryker for the run to get
him the plates. It is Stryker’s second offer. (Starsky’s
Brother)

• $8000 is the amount Kate Larabee has in her savings
account and how much she will pay for her own hit. (Cover
Girl)

• $10,000 is how much is sewn into Starsky’s couch as a
plant. (Set-Up)

• $10,000 All the photographs Marcie Fletcher has ever sold
put together, haven’t brought $10,000. (Photo Finish)

• $10,000 is how much Jerry Tabor wants from Sue Ann. (Long
Walk)

• $10,000 how much Starsky tells Huggy, as a Set-Up for
Hilliard, to bet on Salty Babe. (Action)

• $10,000 Dixie’s bail is ten thousand dollars. (Jojo)

• $10,000 Julius reminisces about winning ten thousand
dollars at Louie’s poker game. It was a real classic.
(Huggy Can’t Go Home)

• $10,000 is how much Starsky tells Jack Mitchell the
Strangler Reward is. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• $10,000 Willit’s bail is ten thousand dollars.
(Committee)

• $10,000 is the amount Jimmy Lucas was supposed to leave
on Luke Huntley’s body. He gets it from petty cash and puts
it in the attaché case Gloria buys. (Birds of a Feather)

• $10,000 is the cost of the bad whiskey shipment.
(Moonshine)

• $10,000 Lisa asks for ten thousand dollars from Zachary,
telling him she will go to North Africa and stay there.
(Foxy Lady)

• $10,000 The total monetary outlay for McClellan’s “grease
job” is $10,000. (Targets 1)

• $10,000 is how much the fake Starsky left for the real
Hutch at Venice Place. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)

• $10,000 is how much Willy and Melvin are going to get for
their 1000 gallons of moonshine. (Moonshine)

• $10,000 Bo Rile steals industrial diamonds worth $10,000.
(Bounty Hunter)

• $10,000 Greta Wren/Dora Pruitt offers $10,000 for
Marcie’s prints and negatives. (Photo Finish)

• $10,000 Luke Huntley tells Reuban his is owed $10,000
much more for being tricked about the amount of money in
the briefcase and for “trying to burn me.”(Birds of a
Feather)

• $10,000 Collandra was given $10,000 to locate the dead
boy in Atlantic City. (Psychic)

• $10,000 Baron is paying his two henchmen dupes a total of
$10,000. (Dandruff)

• $10,000 Starsky tells Goose Amboy would probably give him
$10,000 in reward regarding the number’s bank. (Bust Amboy)

• $10,000 Charlotte offers $10,000 to the man who can bring
Starsky and Hutch down. No mention how much she’ll pay a
woman. (Playboy Island)

• $12,000 is how much Doris owes Reuban. (Birds of a
Feather)

• $12,000 is how much Starsky and Hutch tell Annie that
Garras lost gambling over four months. It is a different
amount than what John-John told them. (Collector)

• $15,000 is the wholesale value of 1/4 kilo of heroin.
(Bait)

• $15,000 is the value of the sports car Andrew Mello
bought his daughter. (Death Ride)

• $15,000 Huggy holds up one piece of jewelry from Pinky’s
case and estimates it is worth “15,000 big ones.” Pinky
will sell the whole case to Huggy for $5000. (Blindfold)

• $15,000 is the extra amount Starsky and Hutch ask Dobey
for to add to the $50,000 to be used as flash. (Bait)

• $15,000 is the amount Starsky and Hutch stiff Connie in
the drug connection. (Bait)

• $17,700-$17,800 is how much Starsky and Hutch lose in the
first semi truck dice game (Action)

• $18,000 is how much Ted McDermott lost in gambling in
less than a month. It’s he and Ellen’s life’s savings.
(Action)

• $18,000 is how much Starsky and Hutch win on Salty Babe.
This is strangely the same amount Ted owes. (Action)

• $20,000 Basil Monk comments he paid $20,000 for the art /
garbage his wife wanted. (Photo Finish)

• $20,000 Starsky comments $20,000 is “quite a loaf.”
(Photo Finish)

• $20,000 “Greta Wren”/Dora Pruitt wants $20,000 from Monk
to buy the negative. He tells her no. (Photo Finish)

• $20,800 would be Vic Rankin's annual salary if he worked
full time for White. (Losing Streak)

• $22,000 Hutch’s annual salary. One can assume Starsky’s
is the same. (Groupie)

• $23,000 is what Starsky estimates as the cost of the Nick
Dombarris bust. (Jojo)

• $23,417.62 is the actual cost of Nick Dombarris bust.
Starsky’s guess is quite close. (Jojo)

• $25,000 is the blackmail amount Mrs. Dodson pays. (Tap
Dancing)

• $25,000 Jack Parker gives his thugs a twenty-five
thousand dollar bonus. (Groupie)

• $26,000 is how much Jerry Konig brings in the paper bag
to pay Lolo. (Bounty Hunter)

• $28,000 is the amount Starsky and Hutch give Vicky for
Cary’s hospital bills. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• $30,000 is the street retail value of 1/4 kilo of heroin.
(Bait)

• $30,000 Connie charges Starsky and Hutch $30,000 for 1/2
kilo of heroin. Hutch complains this is five thousand
dollars too high (Bait)

• $30,000 is how much Basil Monk supposedly lost at his
regular Thursday backgammon game. (Photo Finish)

• $30,000 is how much Monk paid “Greta Wren”/Dora Pruitt to
kill Troy Braddock. (Photo Finish)

• $30,000 is taken out of Monk’s bank account. Starsky and
Hutch got a warrant to find this out. (Photo Finish)

• $30,000 is the cost of the preservation of the McCabe
marriage, the blackmail amount Charlie McCabe is ordered to
pay. (Tap Dancing)

• $30,000 how much Foxy suggests to Huggy and Turquet Bad
Dad Watson will pay for a ten percent finder’s fee (Huggy
Bear and the Turkey)

• $30,000 Basil Monk considers $30,000 “a trifle…hardly
enough for a decent auto.” (Photo Finish)

• $30,000 After Monk sniffs $30,000 isn’t enough for a
“decent auto,” Hutch tells him it is enough for a “first
class mechanic (hit man).” (Photo Finish)

• $35,000 Hutch reminds Starsky he can’t afford thirty-five
thousand dollars for a car. Catlin corrects. (Class in
Crime)

• $35,900 is the cost of the car that doesn’t take the
corners as well as the Torino. (Class in Crime)

• $30,000-$40,000 At three to four times it’s estimated
value of $10,000, Marcie figures her negative, “with
foreign rights and reprints” might be worth this amount.
(Photo Finish)

• $40,000 is the original blackmail amount Kathi Carmer and
Jerry Neilan ask for. (Death Notice)

• $40,000 With foreign rights, Marcie’s reprints might be
worth forty thousand dollars. (Photo Finish)

• $41,666 is about how much Flent, Edwards and Duran were
each due from diamond heist. (Little Girl Lost)

• $50,000 is what Vic Humphries is charging for the cars,
assumed stolen. (Survival)

• $50,000 is the Huntley’s life savings. Doris gambles it
away. (Birds of a Feather)

• $50,000 is how much Harry Martin tries to return to Lou
Malinda. It is from his robbery of the candy store. The
original amount was $100,000. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• $50,000 Hutch, as Carlyle, tells Schiller he wants fifty
thousand dollars up front, not five thousand dollars now
and the “rest later.” (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)

• $50,000 is the original amount Stryker offers Starsky and
Hutch to get his drugs back. (Snowstorm)

• $50,000 is the amount Avery Wheeler first offers Starsky
for the diamond. Starsky holds out for more. (Hutchinson
for Murder One)

• $50,000 is the amount Leo Moon wants for killing the
Dobey’s. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)

• $50,000 is the amount Hutch demands for killing Harry
Marcartur, wanting it all “up front.” He rejects the
original offer. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)

• $50,000 is the amount Lisa Kendrick receives as reward
money from Pacific Insurance. It is based on a five percent
finder’s fee. (Foxy Lady)

• $50,000 Kathi and Jerry want a payment of fifty thousand
dollars. This is $10,000 more than asked for before
Ginger’s death .(Death Notice)

• $50,000 is what Starsky and Hutch give Connie for 1 kilo
of heroin. They stiff him $15,000. (Bait)

• $60,000-$70,000 is the estimated value of the Russian
Sable fur coats. (Groupie)

• $60,000 is the street retail value of 1/2 kilo of heroin.
(Bait)

• $62,000 is the total amount Doris has gambled away in ten
years. (Birds of a Feather)

• $65,000 is how much “paper” Lola Turkel has out on Jerry
Konig. His bond is due next week. (Bounty Hunter)

• $65,000 is the wholesale value of a kilo of smack,
according to Connie. Hutch thinks this is $5000 too much.
(Bait)

• $90,090 is how much each person named in Starsky’s
uncle’s will would have each gotten, if the ten million
dollars would divided evenly among the one hundred eleven
heirs. (Golden Angel)

• $100,000 is the amount Avery Wheeler eventually agrees to
give Starsky and Hutch for diamond. His original offer was
$50,000. (Hutchinson for Murder One)

• $100,000 Jack Ives shows Jack Parker his letter of credit
for one hundred thousand dollars. (Groupie)

• $100,000 is the original amount Starsky and Hutch
speculate Dewey Hughes has from the robbery. This amount
inexplicably turns into $50,000. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• $100,000 Hutch says if they catch Huggy with $50,000 on
him, they will arrest him for robbery. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• $100,000 Stryker ups his offer from $50,000 to $100,000
as the amount he will pay Starsky and Hutch to get his
cocaine back. (Snowstorm)

• $125,000 is the value of the loose diamonds that Molly’s
dad, Nick Edwards, stole. (Little Girl Lost)

• $125,000 is the wholesale value of 2 kilos of heroin.
(Bait)

• $130,000 Jerry Konig says he has paid Lola almost
$130,000 so far. (Bounty Hunter)

• $135,000 Harvey Russo, in his third bid, will accept ten
percent of half of $1 million dollars. (Deadly Imposter)

• $140,000 is the amount from the Amboy weekend receipts
when it is reported to Dobey. (Bust Amboy)

• $141,000 is the amount of the weekend’s receipts
according to Amboy’s henchman at the numbers’ drop. One
thousand dollars disappears when it is reported to Dobey.
(Bust Amboy)

• $180,000 Tommy Reese notes Tony Rocca won $180,000 in his
1959 match. (Golden Angel)

• $200,000 is the amount of Joanna Hayme’s ransom.
(Psychic)

• $205,000 is how much Matt Coyle was going to pay for the
drugs in the bust. (Iron Mike)

• $212,000 is the value of the rare 1859 Hawaiian
Missionary Stamp. (Bait)

• $250,000 is the amount Lisa will get if Springer gives
her twenty-five cents on the dollar. (Foxy Lady)

• $250,000 is the amount Starsky and Hutch ask Federal
Agent Carter for in flash. “That’s a lotta green!” (Bait)

• $250,000 is the amount Starsky and Hutch will pay Danner
for five kilos of smack. Danner appears to be giving an
extra kilo. He tells them if they continue to sell this
much, the smack will stay pure. (Bait )

• $250,000 is the amount Cheryl had on her for two kilos of
smack. It is the street value. (Bait)

• $300,000 is the amount Sugar, Milo and Walter T. stole
from Bad Dad Watson. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)

• $300,000 amount stolen from the Mandalay Bank eighteen
months ago (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)

• $300,000 is what each of the five guys will get from the
jewel heist. (Terror on the Docks)

• $500,000 Hutch tells Vanessa to throw $500,000 his way;
he needs a new carburetor. (Hutchinson for Murder One)

• $500,000 value of one kilo of cocaine. It is unclear if
this is the street or wholesale value. (Snowstorm)

• $1,000,000 what Sugar Plum feels like, as opposed to Nick
who is described as a “nickel and dime hustler.” (Death in
a Different Place)

• $1,000,000 smiles are what all the swimsuit models have.
(Groupie)

• $1,000,000 Zach Tyler says, "a man might not have a dime
in his pocket, might me a millionaire, and still wear the
same kind of boots." (Texas Longhorn)

• $1,000,000 is how much Lisa has in her suitcase. (Foxy
Lady)

• $1,000,000 is how much went missing in the cocaine bust.
(Snowstorm)

• $1,000,000 is the value of Vanessa’s jewel. (Hutchinson
for Murder One)

• $1,000,000 is the amount stolen from the armored car.
(Hostages)

• $1,000,000 is value of the “the dump” of counterfeit
money is supposed to be according to Treasury Department
Flyer. (Losing Streak)

• $1,350,000 is what Harvey Russo will settle for, half of
$2.7 million. (Deadly Imposter)

• $1,500,000 is the amount the gang is supposed to get from
the $3,000,000 in gems. (Terror on the Docks)

• $2,000,000 is how much Lisa and Kevin got in the bank
heist. (Foxy Lady)

• $2,700,000 is how much Harvey Russo is selling something
for this much. He will settle for half and will take a ten
percent finder’s fee. (Deadly Imposter)

• $3,000,000 is the value of the jewels Hans Skyler is
carrying. Billy's gang is supposed to get half.(Terror on
the Docks)

• $3,000,000 is the value of the cocaine the cops get in
the bust. (Snowstorm)

• $3,000,000 is first bid on the Belvedere Diamond
Collection. Van Dam bids it. (Dandruff)

• $3,100,000 is the second bid on the Belvedere Diamond
Collection. Adachi bets it. (Dandruff)

• $3,500,000 is the third bid on the Belvedere Diamond
Collection. It is Van Dam’s second bid. (Dandruff)

• $3,800,000 is the fourth bid on the Belvedere Collection
and Adachi’s second bid. (Dandruff)

• $4,000,000 is how much the original cocaine bust was, so
says Stryker. (Snowstorm)

• $4,000,000 is the value of Belvedier Diamond Collection,
so says Buddy Owens. (Dandruff)

• $4,000,000 is what Huggy bids for the diamonds, causing
concern for Starsky and Hutch. (Dandruff)

• $5,000,000 is how much the Belvedere Diamond Collection
sells for in winning bid to Mr. Van Dam, letting Huggy off
the hook. (Dandruff)

• $10,000,000 is the amount of Starsky’s dead uncle’s
estate. (Golden Angel)

• $14,000,000 is what Gunther has invested in Venezuela.
(Sweet Revenge)

• $15,000,000 is what Starsky tells Huggy, exaggerating his
uncle’s 10 million dollar bequest. (Golden Angel)

• $82,000,000 is what Gunther has invested in Iran. (Sweet
Revenge)

• $800,000,000 is the amount Capricorn Mortgage grosses in
a year. (Targets 3)

• $2,600,000,000 is the amount Mr. Marks points out that
his fashion industry generates yearly. (Groupie)

• $53,000,000,000 is Gunther’s investment in the North Sea
Project. (Sweet Revenge)

Starsky and Hutch are
cheap tippers

•
The tip Hutch gives the Ace Cab driver is so miniscule that
the cabbie throws it on the ground in disgust. (Las Vegas
Strangler)

• The tip they give the waitress at the truck stop is met
by derision. (Set-Up)

• Anita complains to Starsky, “That, and your quarter tip
will get me zip.” (Game)

• Hutch asks Starsky how he looks in the tux and Starsky
responds, “Like a very small tip.” (Photo Finish)

• Hutch, as Jack Ives, tips Huggy so badly that Huggy dumps
the change and water off his tray onto Hutch’s lap.
(Groupie)

Starsky buys or bets
something from Huggy as a payoff for previous
information

•
He pays off Huggy with the payment for the pet rock.
(Committee)

• He pays off Huggy by not taking the mouse race winnings.
(Omaha Tiger)

Life
savings

•
The McDermotts’ life savings was $18,000. (Action)

• The Huntley’s’ life savings was $50,000. (Birds of a
Feather)

• Starsky’s life savings appears to be $1600, what he has
in the bank. He feels he can get another $3000 by next
week, perhaps by selling the Torino. Gillian)

Dimes

•
Anita makes Ernie Silvers use his own dime for the phone at
the Pits. (Game)

• Anton Rusz says when he goes to the alley to make a call
on the pay phone he has to use a dime. (Death Notice)

• Billy and his chums are betting dimes at their card game.
(Terror on the Docks)

• Huggy tells Junior, “If it goes down bad, drop a dime on
the cops. (Huggy Can’t Go Home)

•
Hutch asks Cobb, “How come you haven’t dropped a dime on us
lately?” (Strange Justice)

• Hutch asks Starsky for a dime to call the lawyer, and
Starsky tells him to call collect. (Committee)

• Hutch comments, “You’re asking him (Rigger) to dance or
you won’t pay him a dime.” (Targets 1)

• Hutch complains about his parking ticket, saying he
didn’t have a chance to reach for a dime. (Strange Justice)

• Hutch gives Starsky a dime for a candy bar. (Fix)

• Hutch gives Starsky a dime for a snack. (Iron Mike)

• Hutch gives Starsky a dime for the payphone to call
Tallman. (Pilot)

• Hutch makes a phone call and gets his dime back as a
bonus. (Texas Longhorn)

• Hutch offers Starsky a dime for the phone, but Starsky
has one. (Texas Longhorn)

• Hutch takes Fat Rolly’s dime out of the pay telephone.
(Pilot)

• Luke tells Reuban on phone, “I only put in a dime but
there’s more if you want to reverse the charges.” (Birds of
a Feather)

• Luke tells Reuban to return “every dime you took” from
Doris. (Birds of a Feather)

• Pinky will sell the trumpet to Hutch “at cost”; he won’t
even "make a dime." (Blindfold)

• Starsky gives a dime to Hutch. He gives it to the woman
who called the police and wants her dime back. (Kill Huggy
Bear)

• Starsky makes it a point to get his dime back after Linda
doesn’t answer the phone. (Jojo)

• Starsky gives Huggy a dime as down payment on info about
Jack Parker. (Groupie)

• Starsky gives Hutch a dime for a cold drink from the
vending machine. (Snowstorm)

• Starsky tells a joke. "I saw a drunk put a dime in a
parking meter. He said. 'What do you know? I weigh an
hour.'" (Murder at Sea)

• Starsky keeps a loose dime in his back pants pocket.
(Game)

• Starsky runs from Hutch and says he has to put a dime in
the meter. (Long Walk)

• Starsky says to Ernie, “You’ll pay attention to anything
that will get you a dime.” (Game)

• Starsky tries to get his dime back out of drink machine
by sticking his arm up it. (Fatal Charm)

• Zach Tyler says, “A man might not have a dime in his
pocket, might be a millionaire, still wears the same kind
of boots.” (Texas Longhorn)

Currency torn in
half

•
Starsky rips a twenty in half as a bribe for the guy with
the hose. (Losing Streak)

• Hutch has half a ten as proof of contact. (Set-Up)

• Starsky and Hutch quibble over money on pool table.
Starsky grabs the bill and it tears in half. (Avenger)

Stock market
commodities

•
Vicky mentions pork bellies. (Las Vegas Strangler)

• Roger mentions leisures and chemicals. (Avengers)

• Starsky asks Dixie about the $400 payment to kill Jojo,
"What are the two of you trying to do? Depress the market?"
(Jojo)

Starsky takes something
that doesn't belong to him, not including food from Hutch
or Dobey

•
He takes candy from the liquor store while he is
investigating the shooting. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• He hits the candy machine and eats the bar that drops
out. (Iron Mike)

• He takes candy from vending machine he gets from kicking
it, even though he just got money from Hutch. (Fix)

• He helps himself to a cup of coffee from Sally’s Sandwich
shop. (Velvet Jungle)

• He cops a dirty magazine from Crandell’s apartment.
(Snowstorm)

• He cops a magazine from the dentist’s office. (Cover
Girl)

• And as an added bonus, Hutch walks off with a loaf of Lou
Malinda’s bread. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• He nearly walks off with Dobey's pen. "Not the pen!"
(Running)

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)

Wholesale value:
heroin-pricing structure (Bait)

note:
the wholesale cost of heroin is half the street value

• 2 kilos is $125,000

• 1 kilo is $60,000, Hutch complains Connie’s price is
$5000 over, Starsky and Hutch end up stiffing him $15,000

• 1/2 kilo is $30,000, Hutch complains Connie’s price is
$5000 too high, which it isn’t

• 1/4 kilo is $15,000 and what O’Brien and Rafferty are
going to start with

• When Danner sells O’Brien and Rafferty 5 kilos for
$250,000, he is throwing in an extra kilo.

Street value:
heroin-pricing structure (Bait)

note:
the street retail value of heroin is twice the wholesale
value

• 2 kilos is $250,000

• 1 kilo is $125,000

• 1/2 kilo is $60,000

• 1/4 kilo is $30,000

Cocaine pricing structure
(Snowstorm)

•
note: it is unclear if Stryker and Dobey are referring to
wholesale or street

• Starsky hefts bundle in his hand, says it is over a
pound, most likely a kilo.

• There are six bundles on Dobey’s desk.

• Stryker says he is missing one fourth of his shipment.

• Therefore one fourth of his shipment is worth 1 million
dollars.

• The six bundles are worth 3 million dollars, therefore 1
kilo of cocaine is worth $500,000.

How much heroin Joseph
Tramaine uses in a day (Pariah)

•
Cecil says Tramaine uses between “$125 and $150” worth of
heroin a day, “depending on the going price.”

• The value of heroin has been determined above, from
episode The Bait.

• It appears, using the value of 1/4 kilo, that Tramaine is
using 1.0416 grams of heroin a day.