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When a gymnast dies from a complication related to steroids, Hoff and Hanson heads to a high school campus to find the illegal source that is tainting the gymnastics competition.
- Johnny Depp as Tom Hanson
- Holly Robinson Peete as Judy Hoffs
- Peter DeLuise as Doug Penhall
- Dustin Nguyen as Harry Truman (H.T.) Ioki
- Steven Williams as Captain Adam Fuller
- Sal Jenco as Sal 'The Blowfish' Banducci
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- First out of two episodes that deals with steroids
- This episode title is a reference to 1950's novelty song '(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?' by Pattie Page
- One out of three episodes that ends in an epilogue
- Also, this episode marks the first appearance of Dorothy Parke as Tom's love interest, Amy Pearson
- Before the final scene and the credit roll, an on-screen epilogue reads: "Jody Moreland made it to the final round of the zone meets, but was disqualified for injecting cortisone acetate into and ankle injury that wouldn't heal. Mike Ogletree reported to State College. He collapsed on the playing field during the fourth game of the season. He lost his kidney the next afternoon."
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