Turner and Hooch Episode 4 Recap: In The Line of Fur

Turner and Hooch Episode 4 is called In The Line of Fur. Gail Mancuso directed the 46 minutes episode, which stars Josh Peck, Carra Patterson, Lyndsy Fonseca, Vanessa Lengies, Brandon Jay McLaren, Becca Tobin and Paul Campbell.

The synopsis for In The Line of Fur reads – To impress his ex-girlfriend, Scott and Hooch must protect a grumpy judge from a mob assassin.

– Turner and Hooch Episode 4 recap contains spoilers –

Turner and Hooch Episode 4 opens with Scott and Laura confronting the guy mentioned in their father’s file. The man tells the siblings that Turner Sr hired him to ruin several plans of a man named John. Again, Scott decides not to overthink the entire situation, but Laura wants to get her hands on her dad’s records. To do the same, she decides to meet her ex-husband Grady Garland.

At the station, Brooke tells Scott that his next task is to look after Judge Nelson. Nelson is the judge required for a big mafia-related case and might be in danger. Scott decides to team up with Xavier for the court case. Judge Nelson is not an easy person to be around and lives life in a good old manner.

Scott meets Erica and asks if Hooch can sense objects like explosives, a microphone, etc. Erica affirms that Hooch can do that and wishes him luck for the big responsibility. At the court, Scott is all dressed up as he not only wants to be in Judge Nelson’s good books but also to impress his ex, Brooke. The trial gets cancelled halfway as the accused threatens Nelson. Hooch also acts strangely and can’t stop looking at Nelson in the court.

We also see gunshots and action scenes in Turner and Hooch Episode 4 ‘In the Life of Fur’. When Scott, Xavier and Judge Nelson are on their way to the court, they get attacked by an unknown man. Everyone is safe, but Nelson is angry, and he assigns Scott and Xavier on garbage cleaning duty. Erica visits Scott at the cleaning duty spot, and they discuss Hooch’s behaviour. While all this is happening, Laura spends three playing games and doing silly activities with her ex-husband and their son Michael to get her dad’s records.

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Scott tells that his dog kept looking at Nelson in the court. Erica hints that maybe someone had put in microphone in the judge’s coat, and Hooch might’ve sensed it. They assume that the person must have heard their conversation through the mic and attacked Nelson. Scott, Xavier, Erica and Hooch leave immediately to save Judge Nelson. They all succeed in their mission, and Erica was the most excited person as she believed something might happen between her and Scott.

At the end of Turner and Hooch Episode 4, Laura calls Scott to check up on their father’s records. Brooke is impressed with Scott and gives him a tight hug, and Erica arrives at the exact moment. It’s an awkward situation, and Scott is still oblivious to the fact that Erica likes him.

Turner and Hooch Episode 4 Recap: Last Word

In today’s episode, Hooch didn’t give any trouble to Scott. It looks like both the boys are understanding each other better now. We also saw some crazy and nice scenes between Scott and Xavier as a team. But the episode didn’t give us anything significant to talk about.

Turner & Hooch Episode 4 is now streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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Turner and Hooch Episode 4 Recap: Titled 'In The Line of Fur' Scott finds a new work partner and has to look after a grumpy judge along with Hooch.

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