EXT. ALLEY. DAY
ANTHONY and DIGNAN walk down an alley behind a convenience
store. Anthony's nineteen. He's got on a red jacket with an
Enco patch. Dignan's twenty. He has a buzz-cut and wears a
short-sleeved terrycloth shirt. He carries a vinyl tennis
bag. It's got a pouch for a racquet but no racquet in it.
What color hair does he have?
Black hair. Paul Michael Glaser.
Making Hutch David Soul?
Right. The blond guy.
OK. That's wrong.
Dignan, it's --
Plus where's Huggie Bear?
He's not there. Huggie Bear isn't
in every single episode.
I think you might of dreamed this
No. It's a real episode. The killer
is leading him across the city by
calling different pay phones.
They climb over a high wooden fence.
EXT. BACKYARD. DAY
They walk through somebody's backyard.
As part of his plan. I don't know
See, that's what I'm saying. It has
the logic of a dream.
The point is the killer always
goes, May I speak to Starsky? He
says his name.
What does Starsky say?
He says. This is he.
This is he?
No. This is he.
They climb another fence. There's big house on the other side.
INT. HOUSE. DAY
Anthony and Dignan are inside walking through the foyer.
Anthony goes up the stairway quickly and quietly.
Dignan walks to the master bedroom. Goes in the closet and
grabs a box. Looks inside. Dumps it into his bag.
Anthony goes into a bedroom. Looks in a dresser and takes
out two watches. Digs through some socks and finds some cash.
Dignan goes in the study. Opens a drawer and closes it.
Opens another and lifts out a set of thin leather coin books.
Anthony's in a kid's room. Looking at posters of a football
player and John McEnroe on the walls. He grabs a walkman and
a calculator. Then suddenly stops moving. He crouches down.
Looks at a shelf of dozens of little metal soldiers. They're
in formations with different uniforms.
Dignan is walking down the hallway as Anthony comes down the
stairs. They walk to the door and go out.
INT. DINER. DAY
A twenty-four hour diner. Anthony and Dignan are eating at
Did you see what I meant about the
Kind of. Except we've already got
That's true. But what if they
change the locks?
Would they do that?
Who knows? That's why I filed it
Now that window can never be locked.
See, your mind is very good with
the more mechanical details.
Whereas my strength would be --