CHiPs: Return of the Turks
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  • I love this storyline because it shows how people can affect other people without knowing it

    • by Orrymain
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      Larry Wilcox and Erik Estrada once again head up the action in CHiPs: Return of the Turks, a season two episode that includes guest appearances from Loyita Chapel, though her role is pretty minor, and Kaz Garas. Garas has some layers to his role. He’s Sid, an old friend of Ponch’s, who is actually in

      a bit of an early mid-life crisis. He’s making dumb choices, but after re-connecting with Ponch, he questions his decisions.

      I love this storyline because it shows how people can affect other people without knowing it. It’s all about choices and acting on your gut feeling that what is happening isn’t right. For Sid, he ...


      • makes that choice at a critical time. It’s pretty good.

        Meanwhile, the California Highway Patrol is dealing with a strange circumstance, tickets that are coming out of no where. James Houghton appears as a man who is pretending to be a cop. His brother was a cop; in fact, he was Jon’s old partner and

        was killed by a speeding motorist. Houghton’s character wants to make the streets safer, so he does what he thinks is necessary. It’s a good enough plot.

        I should also mention that both Dee Wallace and young teen Tara Talboy pull off a couple of good performances.

        All in all, CHiPs: Return of the Turks is an okay show.




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