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Season 2

31 :02x01 - A Month of Sundays

Broadway sensation Arlene Sims suddenly breaks off her career to return to her hometown of Butte, Montana. Arlene is dying of a rare disease and has come home to spend her final days. But she didn't count on meeting Buz Murdock, who becomes smitten with her. As their relationship grows, Buz contemplates marriage, blissfully unaware that Arelene's time is running out.
Guest Stars: Anne Francis as Arlene Simms | Conrad Nagel as Father Prior | Betty Garde as Lydia Sullivan | Rodney Bell as Cab Driver
Director: Arthur Hiller

32 :02x02 - Blue Murder

To save the life of a wild stallion named "Blue Murder", who has been determined to be too dangerous to be allowed to live, Tod and Buz pledge to personally deliver the horse to rancher Jim Bludge in rural Montana. But when Bludge is found trampled to death, Tod is wracked with guilt and vows to hunt down and kill the animal himself.
Guest Stars: Suzanne Pleshette as Blossom | Claude Akins as Cam | Gene Evans as Jim Bludge | Harry Townes as Frank | Emile Meyer as Johnny | Rodney Bell as Man
Director: Arthur Hiller

33 :02x03 - Good Night, Sweet Blues

In Pittsburgh, Tod and Buz befriend ailing elderly former blues singer Jennie Henderson. They then set out to fulfill Jennie's dying request: to reunite the members of her old combo for one final performance.
Guest Stars: Ethel Waters as Jennie Henderson | Juano Hernandez as King Loomis | Frederick O'Neal as Horace | Bill Gunn (1) as Hank | Jo Jones as Lover | Coleman Hawkins as Snooze | Roy Eldridge as A. C. | Billie Allen as Cora Adams | P. Jay Sidney as Dr. Wally Farrow | Royal Beal as Judge | Douglas Rutherford as Dr. Bigrist | Robert Elross as Manager
Director: Jack Smight
Writer: Will Lorin

34 :02x04 - Birdcage on My Foot

On the streets of Boston, Tod and Buz encounter Arnie- a heroin addict in the throes of withdrawal. Tod wants to help the man. However Buz, who has had one too many experiences with junkies in his past, vehemently disagrees - Arnie's case is hopeless, he says, and not worth their time. Tod is puzzled at his usually altruistic close friend's sudden coldness, and wonders at its real cause.
Guest Stars: Robert Duvall as Arnie | Mike Kellin as Lt. Calder | Diana Millay as Charlotte

35 :02x05 - First Class Mouliak

Once again in Cleveland, Tod and Buz become part of the Polish blue collar community. Their boss Jack Kolodziedjczak's greatest pride is his son Janosh, whom he is grooming to be a doctor. But tragedy strikes when Janosh's girlfriend Terry , the daughter of Jack's best friend Mike Palinski is found dead at the bottom of a ravine. With Janosh on the lam, Jack vows to avenge Terry's death, even if it means killing his own beloved son.
Guest Stars: Nehemiah Persoff as Jack Kolodziejczak | Martin Balsam as Mike Palinski | Robert Redford as Janosh Kolodziejczak | Nancy Malone as Eva | Ann Dee as Teresa Palinski | Peggy Feury as Anna | Richard X. Slattery as Detective | Russell Kriss as Markiewicz
Director: William Conrad
Writer: John Vlahos

36 :02x06 - Once to Every Man

Tod and Buz are working in the Adams shipyards in Massachusetts. With the sudden death of the owner, socialite and heiress Prudence Adams arrives for the funeral and to take charge of her father's business. A romance develops between Tod and Prudence, which develops into something serious very quickly. Are there wedding bells in Tod's future?
Guest Stars: Janice Rule as Prudence Adams | Murray Matheson as Leigh Adams | Ann Shoemaker as Grandmother | Robert F. Simon as Jed Wharton | Nick Saunders as George Slocum | Mel Arrighi as Jack Wharton
Director: Arthur Hiller

37 :02x07 - The Mud Nest

All his life, Buz has wondered about the mother who abandoned him when he was an infant to live out an orphaned childhood. Now in the small town of Hester, Maryland, Buz has discovered a family - the Colbys - who look like they could be his brothers and sisters. With Tod and a tiny faded photograph, Buz starts on a quest through the streets of Baltimore to find the woman who may be his real mother.
Guest Stars: Betty Field as Dorthea Colby | Lon Chaney, Jr. as Colby | Edward Asner as Lt. Tegeler | Sylvia Miles as Hope | Philip Coolidge as Old Codger | Sam Capuano as Doctor | Griff Evans as First Townsman | George L. Smith (1) as Eddie | Mary Bell as Ma Colby | Paul Maharis as Mark Colby | Harold Maharis as Hank Colby | Cleopatra Maharis as Colby Sister
Director: James Sheldon

38 :02x08 - A Bridge Across Five Days

Lillian Aldrich is trying to fit back into society after spending the last eighteen years in a mental hospital. On her first day back at work, she gets into an argument with Buz, who is unaware of her condition. When Lillian flees the office in tears, Tod and Buz learn of the situation. They resolve to help Lillian in her readjustment to normal life and to seek out the daughter who believes her to be dead.
Guest Stars: Nina Foch as Lillian Aldrich | James Patterson (2) as Paul Guin | James Dunn as Mexia | Jean Muir as Beatrice Ware | Davey Davison as Jo | Isa Davidson as Nurse | Judith Robinson as Geraldine
Director: Richard Donner

39 :02x09 - Mon Petit Chou

In Pittsburgh, Tod finds himself enamored of lounge singer Perette Dijon. However, Perette is a beautiful princess locked up in a tower - the Mariott Hotel overlooking the city - and the dragon who guards her is her intensely jealous and possessive manager Glenn Ryan. When Tod attempts to court Perette, Ryan knocks him cold with a karate chop. Tod vows revenge and plans for a final showdown with Ryan in his aerie.
Guest Stars: Lee Marvin as Glenn Ryan | Bert Remsen as Higgy | Macha Meril as Perette Dijon | Edward Atienza as Violinist | Hilda Brawner as Gloria | Pete Gumeny as Skipper | Guy Sorel as Speaker
Director: Sam Peckinpah

40 :02x10 - Some of the People, Some of the Time

In Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Tod and Buz encounter traveling beauty contest promoter Max Coyne and are enlisted by him to help stage his latest competition in that town. However, when the community leans that Coyne is a fraud and a con man, our two young heroes may wind up in jail along with him.
Guest Stars: Keenan Wynn as Max Coyne | Lois Nettleton as Jahala West | Shirl Conway as Caroline Coyne | Jane Hoffman as Mrs. Pearson | Arnold Soboloff as Coco | Elizabeth Bader as Winnie White | Sid Raymond as Clark | Dan Morgan as Garage Owner | Erik Silju as Olaf
Director: Robert Altman

41 :02x11 - The Thin White Line

Tod and Buz attend a party at a Philadelphia hotel. A misguided prank pulled by a pair of college boys results in Tod drinking a beer that has been spiked with a powerful, experimental hallucinogen. Tod flees the hotel and goes on a one-man rampage through the city as the effects of the drug cause him to experience extreme emotions and sensations: fear, rage, elation, paranoia. Buz and the Philadelphia police force must find Tod before the final phase of the drug takes place - Tod will enter a state of extreme depression in which it is certain he will attempt to take his own life.
Guest Stars: Al Lewis (1) as Joe | Murray Hamilton as Dr. Anderson | Fred J. Scollay as Officer Romero | Sylvia Miles as Red | Anita Gillette as Nancy | Doris Rich as Maggie | Leonardo Cimino as Vender | Ed Griffith as Harold | Darrell Sandeen as Duke | William Tierney as Drunk | Bill Hannant as Roy | Gary Michaels (1) as Officer Warren | Joe Warren as Lt. Walker

42 :02x12 - And the Cat Jumped Over the Moon

In Philadelphia, Tod and Buz pay a visit to Chuck Brennan, a social worker who was instrumental in helping Buz escape a life of juvenile delinquincy as a youth. Brennan continues to work with street gangs, and accepts the challenge of a local gang leader named Packy to a dare game played on the rooftops of the city's apartment buildings. Brennan is killed during the contest, and it falls on Tod, Buz and the gang's reformed former leader Johnny to bring down Packy.
Guest Stars: Milt Kamen as Chuck Brennan | Susan Silo as Marvo | James Caan as Johnny | Martin Sheen as Packy | Frank Campanella as Police Captain | Herman Rudin as Lt. Peterson | Teno Pollick as Marty | Anita Dangler as Woman | Stanley Kristien as Phil | Robert Mariano as Eddie

43 :02x13 - Burning for Burning

In rural Pennsylvania, Tod and Buz work for the Bracks, a wealthy family led by the domineering widow Agnes. Another widow enters the picture, Agnes' daughter-in-law Julie, who comes overseas from Europe bearing Agnes' grandson. When the family treats her arrival with open coldness and hostility, Tod and Buz are left as the only ones in town who seem willing to offer the young woman hospitality.
Guest Stars: Inger Stevens as Julie | Beulah Bondi as Agnes Brack | Pat Hingle as Frank | Ann Dee as Laura | Lenka Peterson as Beth
Director: Charles Haas

44 :02x14 - To Walk with the Serpent

Touring historical monuments in Boston, Tod and Buz meet John Westerbrook, an eccentric yet distinguished man who displays a strong patriotism and travels with a small contingent of bodyguards. The boys later learn that Westerbrook is the head of a white supremacist organization. Boston police enlist the aid of our two leads, as Tod works inside the organization and Buz outside. The race is against time, as Westerbrook's organization seems about to be planning something which will result in the deaths of many innoncents.
Guest Stars: Dan O'Herlihy as John Westerbrook | Simon Oakland as Ben Newcombe | Judson Laire as Henry Westerbrook | Logan Ramsey as Emery Williams | Frank Sutton as Davis | DeAnn Mears as Amelia Van Ness | Joseph Campanella as Perry Hall
Director: James Sheldon
Writer: Will Lorin

45 :02x15 - A Long Piece of Mischief

Tod and Buz pick up work when the traveling rodeo comes to Mesquite, Texas. They come to the rescue of rodeo clown Ollie Crump from hazing at the hands of the outfits cowboys. Ollie is a former rider whose injury has led him to become a clown, and nurses a secret love for alcoholic trick rider Babe Hunter.
Guest Stars: Neal Gay as Rodeo Boss | Albert Salmi as Ollie Crump | Audrey Totter as Babe Hunter | Ben Johnson as Del | Slim Pickens as Jud | Denver Pyle as Wylie | Sonny Dewberry as Cowboy | Carelgean Gilley as Cowgirl | Ray Lackland as Announcer

46 :02x16 - 1800 Days to Justice

Framed for a crime he didn't commit, David Job returns home to his small Texas town following a five-year prison stint. He takes complete control of the town and kidnaps lead citizen Bob Harcourt , the man responsible for his frame-up. David intends to convene a kangaroo court in the local courthouse to pass judgement on Harcourt. Among the enforced participants in the trial are passerbys Tod and Buz.
Guest Stars: John Ericson as David Job | Noah Beery, Jr. as Emlyn | Marion Ross as Ann | DeForest Kelley as Bob Harcourt | Oliver McGowan as Sheriff Drake | Roger Torrey as Candy | Moody Blanchard as Oliver | Herb Armstrong as Vince | Jack Bryan (1) as Doodles | Denis Adams as Hogan | Geerine Cleveland as Mrs. Drake | Louise Mask as Bess | Joseph Cranshaw as Luke | Robert Bowen as Holling
Writer: Jo Pagano

47 :02x17 - City of Wheels

Tod and Buz are working at a Long Beach veterans hospital. This brings them into the life of Frank Madera, a paraplegic who has been embittered ever since his wife left him, and Lori Barton, the nurse who loves him.
Guest Stars: Steven Hill (1) as Frank Madera | Bethel Leslie as Lori Barton | James T. Callahan as Smudge | Jacqueline Scott as Midge | John Lasell as Dan | Henry Beckman as Night Club Romeo
Writer: Frank Chase

48 :02x18 - How Much a Pound is Albatross

Tod and Buz arrive in Tucson, Arizona, at the same time as Vicki Russell, a free-spirited motorcyclist. Vicki manages to get herself tossed in jail within minutes of coming to town. Buz is fascinated by the young girl's cavalier approach to life and existence and springs for her bail, against Tod's better judgement. However, it is Tod who later falls under Vicki's spell and goes on a joyride with her into the Arizona desert.
Guest Stars: Julie Newmar as Vicki Russell | Frank McHugh as Landers | Med Flory as Officer #2 | Ken Strange as Reed | George D. Wallace as Harlow | Phil Arnold as Larry | Ted Thorpe as Shopkeeper | Jean Engstrom as Dr. Ball | Than Wyenn as Judge | Ray Teal as Ames

49 :02x19 - Aren't You Surprised to See Me?

In Dallas, Buz is kidnapped by Caine, a religious fanatic who has left a trail of dead bodies across the major cities of the United States. Caine wants the entire city to abstain from sin for twenty-four hours . . . or else Buz will become his latest victim.
Guest Stars: James Brown (2) as Captain Strode | David Wayne as Caine | Linda Johnson (1) as Receptionist | Dale Berry as Lt. Lee | Ray Hyke as Plainclothesman | Stockton Briggle as Warehouse Manager | K Callan as Western Union Operator | John D. Benson as Plainclothesman | Phil Lieberman as Officer | John G. Baugh as Newsboy
Director: James Sheldon

50 :02x20 - You Never Had It So Good

Tod and Buz are working as day laborers for a Scottsdale, Arizona, development firm. When the company seeks a new vice president, Terry Prentiss promotes Buz to that executive position as part of a power play to demonstrate to her boss Lee Fisk that a woman can be a corporate executive. Buz, suddenly finding himself in high-rolling executive boardroom meetings, becomes Terry's puppet in this comedy of errors.
Guest Stars: Peter Graves (1) as David Leland 'Lee' Fisk | Patricia Barry as Terry Prentiss
Director: James Sheldon

51 :02x21 - Shoulder the Sky My Lad

In Phoenix, Tod and Buz befriend their employer Carl Selman. When Carl is killed in a senseless mugging, the boys must come to the emotional rescue of his young son Davey, who has a crisis of faith on the verge of his Bar Mitzvah.
Guest Stars: Lili Darvas as Annie Selman | Susan Gordon as Rose Corbello | Michael McGreevey as Davey Selman | Lisabeth Hush as Nancy | H.M. Wynant as Rabbi Harris | Frank Leo as Hophead | Sam Gilman as Lt. Robak | Edward Asner as Carl Selman
Writer: Mort Thaw

52 :02x22 - Blues for a Left Foot

When he was an undergraduate at Yale, Tod had a crush on a dancer named Rosemarie Brown. Years later, Rosemarie has fallen on hard times, having just been widowed by an alcoholic husband. Tod and Buz, working for a Hollywood TV station, urge Rosemarie to audition for a dance troupe for one of their shows as a means to get her back on her feet.
Guest Stars: Akim Tamiroff as Sam Benjamin | Elizabeth Seal as Rosemarie Brown | Zeme North as Rhoda | Zack Matalon as Pete Marlin | Harvey Lembeck as Zip | Tony Monaco as Kelly | Larri Thomas as Joy | Elaine Joyce as Maxine | Joseph Mell as Marty Epstein | Marilyn Lerner as Receptionist | Ray Stack as Network Executive
Director: Arthur Hiller

53 :02x23 - Go Read the River

Tod is hired for a special assignment - to be the special assistant to speed boat motor designer Sandy Mason. The demands of this driven man who is on the verge of a revolutionary breakthrough in engine design keep Tod working overtime. But when Mason's prodigal daughter arrives on the scene, Tod finds himself drawn just as intensely into the man's personal life as well as his professional.
Guest Stars: John Larch as Sandy Mason | Lois Smith as Dana Mason | Russell Johnson as Bob Keel | Frank Maxwell as George Mills | Elizabeth MacRae as Jean Cory | John Astin as Benson | Harold Gould as Edward Crane | Cathleen Cordell as Norma Mason
Director: Arthur Hiller

54 :02x24 - Even Stones Have Eyes

Buz is knocked out during a construction work accident, and when he regains consciousness he finds that he is unable to see! A doctor tells him his loss of vision may be temporary, or it may be permanent. Buz first contemplates taking his own life, but then agrees to enroll in a Texas institute for the blind so that he can retrain himself to live in society. Buz is assigned a young blind woman as his teacher, and as he gradually begins to cope with both his blindness and becoming part of the world again he begins to fall in love with the young woman. This episode marks one of George Maharis' most memorable performances of the series.
Guest Stars: Barbara Barrie as Celia | Paul Tripp as Frank Robinson | Booth Colman as Snyder | Dallas Mitchell as Chet Hollis
Director: Robert Gist

55 :02x25 - Love is a Skinny Kid

Tod and Buz are stopping over for lunch in a sleepy little Texas town. Suddenly, a bus pulls into town, and one of the passengers who disembarks is a young woman who is wearing a hideously frightful mask. The girl's purpose for arriving thus costumed seems to be part of a mysterious vedetta against the town. Unable to resist the lure of this mystery, Tod and Buz attempt to gain the confidence of the woman to find out who she is and the purpose behind her arrival.
Guest Stars: Tuesday Weld as Miriam | Cloris Leachman as Lydia | Burt Reynolds as Tommy | Malcolm Atterbury as Bruner | Harry Townes as Jason Palmer | Margaret Phillips as Mrs. Bainbridge | Harry Raybould as Les | Charlie Briggs as Jed | Joan Chambers as Waitress | Veronica Cartwright as Miriam (age 9) | Patti Newby as Janie (Grownup) | CeCe Whitney as Woman | Cheryl Anderson (2) as Janie (Age 9)
Director: James Sheldon

56 :02x26 - Kiss the Maiden All Forlorn

After stopping to help a young woman with car trouble, Tod and Buz find themselves part of a kidnapping. They soon learn that the woman is the daughter of famed embezzler and international fugitive Charles Clayton. Clayton has risked recapture to come back to the United States to visit his daughter.
Guest Stars: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. as Charles Clayton | Arthur Hill as Howard | Zina Bethune as Bonnie Clayton | Elena Verdugo as Elena | Michael Tolan as Antonio | Beatrice Straight as Mother Teresa | James Brown (2) as Sheriff | Duke Farley as Editor | Denis Adams as Rewrite Man | Bobby W. Hargis as Officer | Jim L. Howe as Policeman | Jerry McCutchin as Pilot | Fairfax Nisbet as Newswoman | Leo Ukie Sherin as Lab Technician

57 :02x27 - Two on the House

While working as deckhands on a Cleveland river tour ferry, Tod and Buz come to the rescue when a young boy goes off the boat into the water. The boy, Richie McIntyre turns out to be the son of local business tycoon Willard McIntyre, and claims that he did not fall overboard, but was pushed. Then the elder Mcintyre begins receiving threatening notes intimating at a kidnapping of his son, and then Richie disappears . . .
Tod and Buz, themselves under suspicion, go on a hunt for the boy in an attempt to solve the mystery.
Guest Stars: Ralph Meeker as Willard McIntyre | Barnard Hughes as Al Forrester | Brad Herrman as Richie McIntyre | Henry Jones (1) as Asa Turnbull | Herb Voland as Garrison | Patricia Smith (1) as Miss Aubrey | Harry Gresham as Lawson | Duke Farley as Joe Watt | Robert Weil as Vendor | Katherine Meskill as Miss Clavinger | Lester Mack as Bum | Michael Kray as Ferguson

58 :02x28 - There I am, There I Always Am

A Jet-setter named Lola, bored with her rich life, dives overboard the side of her luxury boat and swims for the shore of California's Catalina Island in search of adventure. What she finds is Buz Murdock, working alone on the island, and astonished to see the woman walk towards him out of the water like an incarnation of Aphrodite.
Buz and Lola begin to flirt with each other; but their games soon turn serious when Lola, wandering the beach, manages to get her foot stuck in the rocks in a cove. The high tide is coming in, meaning that the girl could drown in her predicament.
Buz is unable to free the woman without assistance. But Tod has gone to the mainland for supplies, and the resort community is deserted for the off-season. As the waves mount higher and higher the plight of the trapped girl becomes more and more dire as Buz desperately searches for a way to free her or get help.
Guest Stars: Joanna Moore as Lola | Émile Genest as Emil Barraux
Director: John Newland

59 :02x29 - Between Hello and Goodbye

With Buz laid up in the hospital, Tod is left to work double duty for the duo at the Venice Beach amusement park. One night at a bar, he meets Cris Sinclair, an impulsive and exciting young blonde woman . The next day at work, he is approached by her sister, the reserved and bespectcled Claire, who warns Tod that involvement with Cris may spell disaster for both of them.
Guest Stars: Susan Oliver (1) as Claire/Chris | Herschel Bernardi as Dr. Arthur Resiman | Joan Tompkins as Mrs. Thomas | Ralph Barnard as Mr. Martin | Steve Peck as Man in Nightclub | Ruth Enders as Mrs. Martin

60 :02x30 - A Feat of Strength

Tod enters the world of professional wrestling as he goes to work for a promoter of the "sport". Tod's boss has financed the release of a longtime Hungarian political prisoner named Sandor in order to bring him to the United States to add to his stable of wrestlers. The proud Sandor, accustomed to traditional wrestling, is about to learn what it means to be involved in the Americanized version, where staging and showmanship trump strength and skill.
Guest Stars: Joe De Santis as Steiner | Signe Hasso as Eva | Jack Warden as Sandor Biro | Mushy Callahan as Referee | John Zaccaro as Vince | Dean Moray as Small Boy | Harriet Gibson as Nurse | Jesslyn Fax as Birdie | Norman Grabowski as Georgie

61 :02x31 - Hell is Empty, All the Devils are Here

Tod goes to work at a California zoo and amusement park, Jungle Land in Thousand Oaks, where the owner is having nightmares about his first wife being killed by a tiger. The owner's second wife helps him confront his lingering issues surrounding the incident.
Guest Stars: Peter Graves (1) as Peter Hale | Charles H. Radilak as Brauner | Michael Pate as Philip Tager | Henry Beckman as Wasson | Eva Stern as Julie Hale

62 :02x32 - From an Enchantress Fleeing

A female doctor hires Tod to search for her missing husband. He finds the missing man who doesn't want to return home to wifey.
Guest Stars: Arthur O'Connell as Dr. Lawrence Martin | Anne Helm as Lorrie | June Vincent as Dr. Anna Martin | Milton Selzer as Gunther | Biff Elliot as Ames | Mercedes Shirley as Woman Guest | Josie Lloyd as Janie Sanders | Robert Biheller as Tough Kid | Thayer Roberts as Mr. Anderson | Joyce Aehle as Mrs. Bradley | Bobby Horan as Mark Bradley | Brendan Dillon as Tommy
Director: William Graham
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 07, 1960
Ended: September 18, 1964
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