The Line Up, as the title indicates, centered around the police line up. The show always began with one. The Sergeant in charge of
line would say, “May I have your attention please? You people on the other side of the wire in the audience room, may I have your attention please.” He would then
give his name and say, “I’ll explain the line up to you. Each of the suspects you will see will be numbered. I’ll call of their number, their name, and charge.
If you have any questions or identifications, please remember the number assigned to the prisoner as I call his name. At the end of each line when I ask for questions
or identifications, call out the number. If you’re sure or not too sure of the suspect, have him held. The officers who took your name will assist you, they’re
seated among you. Please be prompt with your questions or identifications. When the prisoners leave here, they are sent to the washroom and dressed back into their
jail clothes. It makes it quite difficult to bring them back after they leave here. The questions I ask these suspects are merely to get a natural tone of voice so
do not pay too much attention to their answers as they often lie. Bring on the line.”