Air Date: September 18th, 1992
Season 4 - Episode 22 : Liver Let Die Jun 26, 1996
Brock (Tom Skerritt) is forced to face his own mortality when he learns that he may have liver cancer.
Season 4 - Episode 21 : To Forgive Is Divine Jun 19, 1996
An Amish girl is raped but refuses to testify because of her religion, giving the rapist a chance to strike again.
Season 4 - Episode 20 : Forget Selma Jun 12, 1996
Wambaugh's determined efforts to find evidence incriminating his wife's new boyfriend lead only to trouble.
Season 4 - Episode 19 : Winner Takes All Jun 5, 1996
As playoff time approaches, Zach and the team are forced to file a restraining order to keep overly competitive parents from attending school sporting events.
Season 4 - Episode 18 : Three Weddings and a Meltdown Apr 24, 1996
Carter proposes to Sue; Kenny, to Max; the Wambaughs renew their vows; things change for Jill and Jimmy.
This is the most loathsome, repugnantly ugly piece of television I've seen in a long time - cynical, cheap, tawdry, pretentious and manipulative. [18 Sept 1992, p.E1] Show More
Picket Fences clearly aims to be a kinder, gentler [Twin] Peaks, but the goosey, paradoxical mood for which it strives — heartwarming creepiness — is, at this point, more of a turnoff than a turn-on. Show More
A rather bent sense of humor -- woven into a nice little whodunit -- is what lifts the flawed-but-engaging premiere of Picket Fences above the ordinary, raising expectations for the future. [18 Sept 1992, p.F1] Show More