Christmas is this weekend! We hope that between all the holiday shopping, familial obligations, cooking and gatherings you have time to relax and enjoy Heroes & Icons. We have plenty of holiday programming lined up for you and we don't want you to miss a second. Celebrate Christmas in Siagon with 21 Jump Street, conquer Santaclaustrophobia with Hill Street Blues, and watch The Commish's take on A Christmas Story. Spoiler alert: it's not exactly like the classic movie we've all grown to love.
Without further ado, here are the must-see holiday episodes on our schedule this week.
The Commish "A Christmas Story"
Friday 23rd at 2pET I 1pCT
Tony hopes a burglary investigation will help an old friend recover from the death of his wife. David doesn't have the money he saved to buy his dad's Chanukah gift.
Hill Street Blues "Santaclaustrophobia" / "The Virgin and the Turkey"
Saturday 24th at 9pET I 8pCT & 10pET I 9pCT
It's Christmas Eve on the Hill, but the holiday cheer is in short supply. As everyone makes last minute plans for December 25, Capt. Furillo must concentrate on finding four marauding youths who have already claimed several victims.
Captain Furillo returns home for the first time in five years and tried to bind old wounds with his conservative parents, who can't seem to forgive their son or accept their "new" daughter-in-law.
NYPD Blue "From Hare to Eternity"
Saturday December 24th at 11pET I 10pCT
Fancy's job is jeopardized when he's accused of mismanaging the department. Kelly and Sipowciz investigate the kidnapping of a young girl. The staff tried to replace a stolen rabbit in hopes of cheering a group of children for Christmas.
21 Jump Street "Christmas in Saigon"
Saturday December 24th at 3aET I 2aCT
During the Christmas season, Loki faces being dismissed from the force when internal affairs discover that he is a Vietnamese refugee who is using an alias. Flashback sequences show his escape from Saigon.
Daniel Boone "The Christmas Story"
Sunday December 25th at 9aET I 8aCT
The birth of an Indian child poses a threat to the peace of Boonesborough as Daniel Boone's kindness in giving shelter to the new mother is misrepresented.