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Barney Miller Episode Guide

1 :01x01 - Ramon

First aired: Jan/23/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Theodore J. Flicker
Director: Bill Davis
Guest star: Chu Chu Malave (Ramon Santos), Buddy Lester (Harry the Bookie), Mike Moore (Stanley Mankowitz), Michael Tessier (Davey Miller), Anne Wyndham (Rachel Miller), John Hawker (Unknown)

Barney's wife Elizabeth has always been concerned about his job as a police captain. But today she may have a point as a junkie holds the station captive at gunpoint.



2 :01x02 - Experience

First aired: Jan/30/1975
Writer: Steve Gordon
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Jack Soo (Det. Nick Yemana), Jack DeLeon (Marty), Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner), Jane Dulo (Purse Snatching Victim), Ray Sharkey (Hold-Up Man), Milt Kogan (Officer Kogan (as Milt Kogen)), Rod Perry (Detective Wilson)

Fish finds himself feeling old after trying to keep up with a younger suspect. But the precinct is glad to have him around as a unknown bomber is set to blow up the building at exactly 5:00 PM. Also, a gay shoplifter is arrested.



3 :01x03 - Snow Job

First aired: Feb/06/1975
Director: Richard Kinon
Guest star: Ronald Feinberg (Lyle W. Farber), Paul Lichtman (Bellevue Ambulance Attendant #2), Richard Stahl (Gross, Man from Seigal's Store), Ted Noose (Pete, Seigal's Security), Jeffrey Kramer (Hold-up Man), Reid Cruickshanks (Bellevue Ambulance Attendant #1)

The weather may be freezing as the building loses its heater. But things soon warm up when a retailer asks the 12th precinct to keep watch over their payroll, since the armored car drivers are on strike, and Wojo is left responsible. Meanwhile, Chano arrests a severely depressed flasher who is intent on committing suicide.



4 :01x04 - Graft

First aired: Feb/13/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Dick O'Neill (Inspector Kelly), Buddy Lester (Harry the Bookie), Derrel Maury (Newsboy)

A former detective, now a member of Internal Affairs, has accused the 12th precinct for being on the take. Chano is obsessed with catching an obscene phone caller.



5 :01x05 - The Courtesans

First aired: Feb/20/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Naomi Stevens (Donna's Mother), Nancy Dussault (Linda Fuller), Lavelle Roby (Black Hooker), Shannon Christie (Donna), Rosanna DeSoto (Puerto Rican Hooker), Audrey Christie (Rose)

Wojo needs Barney's advice when he falls in love with a hooker he arrested. Barney's daughter tries to convince him it's time she moved out.



6 :01x06 - Stakeout

First aired: Feb/27/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Lou Jacobi (Harry Tannenbaum), Eddie Barth (Detective DeLuca), Florence Stanley (Bernice Fish), Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. Richline), Lucille Meredith (Prospective Tenant), Peter Carew (Prospective Tenant), Jo Jo Malone (Brandy), Brett Somers (Mrs. Stavochek), Vic Tayback (Mr. Savocheck)

A secret stakeout turns into more of a picnic when the tenants of an apartment building stop by to say hello.



7 :01x07 - Bureaucrat

First aired: Mar/06/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Richard Baer, Chris Hayward
Director: Robert S. Finkel
Guest star: David Wayne (E.J. Heiss), Claudio Martinez (Manolo Reyes), Elliott Reid (Wayne Boley), Milt Kogan (Officer Kogan), Milton Selzer (Murray)

A visiting bureaucrat from Washington D.C. ends up a prisoner in the 12th precinct after being arrested for drunkenness. Meanwhile, Wojo turns in a local deli to the health inspector for code violations, causing their shut down.



8 :01x08 - Ms. Cop

First aired: Mar/13/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Linda Lavin (Det. Janice Wentworth), Wynn Irwin (Earl Schmidt), Howard Platt (Charles Hackman)

A female cop assigned to the 12th precinct finds herself frustrated after being forced into desk duty by the all-male squad. Chano gets a lead on the obscene caller.



9 :01x09 - Vigilante

First aired: Mar/20/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Titos Vandis (Jacinto Escobar), Gabriel Dell (Al Shriver, Drag Queen), Marla Gibbs (Mrs. McBee), Lee De Broux (Charlie), Milt Kogan (Officer Kogan), Nick Holt (Thief)

Chano finds himself searching for an irate citizen, who is beating up the muggers. Inspector Luger makes a visit to complain that the locals don't hate their precinct enough. Wojo apprehends a transvestite trucker.



10 :01x10 - The Guest

First aired: Mar/27/1975
Writer: William Taub, Chris Hayward, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Len Ross (Phoney Policeman), Milt Kogan (Officer Kogan), Herb Edelman (Alan Schuster), Jack DeLeon (Marty), Ed McCready (Telephone Repairman)

The 12th precinct is assigned the duty of protecting a star witness against a crime syndicate group from being silenced. Wojo eats a poisoned sandwich, meant for their prisoner. Meanwhile, Chano asks the squad for money to make a "can't miss" drug bust.



11 :01x11 - Escape Artist

First aired: Apr/10/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Howard Leeds, Chris Hayward
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Danny Dayton (Harry), Roscoe Lee Browne (Charlie Jeffers), Judson Pratt (Lt. Faraday), Reid Cruickshanks (Bellevue Ambulance Attendant #1), Leonard Frey (Roland Gusik)

The guys at the precinct are honored to host a famous escaped prisoner in their humble cell. Harris becomes an author, penning a police novel. A wacky inventor is arrested as a jumper, insisting he was going to fly.



12 :01x12 - Hair

First aired: Apr/17/1975
Director: Allen Baron
Guest star: Henry Beckman (Lyman Cooper), Michael Lembeck (Det. Paul Gardeno), Florence Stanley (Bernice Fish), Charles Fleischer (Floyd)

Guardeno, a transfer from narcotics assigned to the 12th precinct, refuses to shave off his beard and cut his long locks, to fit in with the other men. Bernice wants to know why Fish is spending so much time at a massage parlor.



13 :01x13 - The Hero

First aired: May/01/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Todd Bridges (Truman Jackson), James Gregory (Inspector Frank Luger), Cal Gibson (Mr. Mayflower)

Chano fights depression after being honored as a hero for shooting a pair of bank robbers. Meanwhile, Barney's wife apprehends an eight-year-old thief.



14 :02x01 - Doomsday

First aired: Sep/11/1975
Writer: Arne Sultan, Chris Hayward, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: William Windom (George Webber), J.J. Barry (Plumber), Steve Landesberg (Father Paul)

A citizen holds the station hostage with a belt of dynamite strapped to his body, requesting the immediate arrest of the Governor and all city officials. The squad room plumbing has conked out. Wojo arrests a man who pretends to be a priest.



15 :02x02 - The Social Worker

First aired: Sep/18/1975
Writer: Arne Sultan, Chris Hayward, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner), Herbie Faye (Unknown), Art Metrano (Detective Mike Lovatelli)

Barney is worried when Elizabeth takes a job in the Bronx as a social worker. The 12th precinct holds a master forger as prisoner.



16 :02x03 - The Layoff

First aired: Sep/25/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward, Arne Sultan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Oliver Clark (Fur Thief), Sandra Deel (Ethel Gorman), Candice Azzara (Miss Lamota), Milt Kogan (Officer Kogan)

Barney is ordered to layoff three officers just as a city-wide crime wave has begun. A manicurist assaults one of her clients. Also, an unemployed stockbroker has turned to snatching women's purses.



17 :02x04 - Ambush

First aired: Oct/02/1975
Writer: Arne Sultan, Chris Hayward, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Milt Kogan (Officer Kogan), David Doyle (Emil Ditka), Dick O'Neill (Officer Kelly)

The squad is upset to discover that the citizens did not come to Nick's aid after being shot on the streets. Meanwhile, Barney is offered a Chief of Police job in sunny Florida.



18 :02x05 - Heat Wave

First aired: Oct/09/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Paul Lichtman (Beckman), Gloria Calomee (Unknown), Peter Elbling (Jordan Heath (as Harold Oblong)), Linda Lavin (Det. Janice Wentworth), Angelo Nazzo (Unknown), Janet Ward (Unknown)

Wojo and Harris need to don dresses during a heat wave, to help Wentworth and Bailey apprehend a rapist. Meanwhile, a wife claims she was assaulted by her husband.



19 :02x06 - The Arsonist

First aired: Oct/16/1975
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Roger Bowen (Lindquist), Jack Somack (Unknown), Leonard Stone (Unknown), Steve Franken (Edward Foreman)

Harris tries psychology to apprehend an arsonist who has plagued the area. Meanwhile, Chano arrests a man for shooting at a candy machine.



20 :02x07 - Grand Hotel

First aired: Oct/23/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Arnold Soboloff (Unknown), Queenie Smith (Unknown), Joseph G. Medalis (Unknown), Robert Mandan (Mr. Huntsinger), Linda Lavin (Det. Janice Wentworth), Beatrice Colen (Unknown), Adam Arkin (Unknown)

Wojo and Wentworth pose as a couple at a swanky hotel to capture the thief who has been robbing its patrons. Also, a college student is booked after registering in with an underage girl.



21 :02x08 - Discovery

First aired: Oct/30/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward, Tom Reeder
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: Ray Stewart (Daryl Driscoll), Norman Rice (Unknown), Jack DeLeon (Marty), Philip Sterling (Buckholtz)

One of the 12th precinct detectives is accused of extorting a member of the gay community. Also, Det. Fish has been declared dead by the department computer.



22 :02x09 - You Dirty Rat

First aired: Nov/13/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: J. Pat O'Malley (Holliman), Val Bisoglio (Det. Del Vecchio), Franklyn Ajaye (Frazier), Ned Glass (Exterminator)

2 pounds of marijuana is missing after being locked in the 12th precinct's store room, leaving one of the detectives as the prime suspect. Meanwhile, a rat is seen reeking havoc in the station. Plus, a vagrant is caught living in a department store.



23 :02x10 - Horse Thief

First aired: Nov/20/1975
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Judith Cassmore (Tracey Gifford), Jack Dodson (Mr Franklin), Bruce Solomon (The Flag Salesman), Ron Masak (Mounted Officer Shriker)

New York's bicentennial celebration includes a horse thief, a tourist sporting a black eye, and a streetwalker trying to sell $60 bicentennial buttons, hiding her true intention.



24 :02x11 - Rain

First aired: Nov/27/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Phil Leeds (Arthur Bloom), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Paul Lichtman (Beckman), Sidney Miller (Jackie Flash)

An endless downpour of rain has the men of the12th precinct worried about the roof collapsing. An awful comic is held as a prisoner at the station.



25 :02x12 - Fish

First aired: Dec/04/1975
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward, Herbert Baker
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Steve Landesberg (Sgt. Arthur Dietrich), Emily Levine (Beverly), Darryl Seaman (Unknown)

Fish is ordered to restricted desk duty and is asked to train a new man.



26 :02x13 - Hot Dogs

First aired: Dec/11/1975
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: David L. Lander (David Gordon), Howard Honig (Mr. Victor), Nellie Bellflower (Officer Carney), Jonelle Allen (Officer Turner)

A pair off off-duty policewomen cause trouble for Barney and the squad when they step in and make arrests at a college campus. A confused man believes a picture of Jean Harlow is long-lost wife.



27 :02x14 - Protection

First aired: Dec/18/1975
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ray Sharkey (David Salas), Jack Somack (Mr. Cotterman), Ralph Manza (Anthony Barelli)

A rumor is swirling around that the 12th precinct is to be shut down. Meanwhile, a protection racket has arisen around the area. Also, a man claims to have committed a crime that is impossible to solve.



28 :02x15 - Happy New Year

First aired: Jan/08/1976
Writer: Arne Sultan, Chris Hayward, Danny Arnold
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Edith Diaz (Pregnant shoplifter), John LaMotta (Unknown)

New Year's Eve finds the usual group of jumpers, pick pockets and drunks, along with a pregnant shoplifter who is going into labor.



29 :02x16 - Sniper

First aired: Jan/22/1976
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward, Tom Reeder
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: Jay Robinson (Morton Hackler), Sully Boyar (Mr. Sobel), Charlotte Rae (Mrs. Sobel)

Fish is involved with a couples dispute concerning a man who claims he will fly them to Saturn. Meanwhile, a sniper takes a potshot at Wojo and Luger outside the station.



30 :02x17 - Fear of Flying

First aired: Jan/29/1976
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: Jack Riley (Frederick Clooney), Valerie Curtin (Gloria Clooney), Charles Murphy (Mr. Woolen)

Wojo must accompany an out-of-town bigamist back to Cleveland, despite his fear of flying.



31 :02x18 - Block Party

First aired: Feb/12/1976
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Linda Lavin (Det. Janice Wentworth), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Larry Bishop (Unknown)

Chano receives all the credit after Wentworth busts a would-be assassin at a block party.



32 :02x19 - Massage Parlor

First aired: Feb/19/1976
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Dennis Steinmetz
Guest star: Meg Wyllie (Mrs. Oppenheimer), Linda Lavin (Det. Janice Wentworth), Opal Euard (Mrs. Krause), Charles Frank (Unknown), Florence Halop (Kleiner)

Wentworth is sent undercover in a massage parlor, where she busts a male prostitute. An old lady is charged with a mugging.



33 :02x20 - The Psychiatrist

First aired: Feb/26/1976
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward, Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Martin Garner (Mr. Frumkus), Neil J. Schwartz (Unknown), Fred Sadoff (Dr. Esterhaus), Madison Mason (Unknown)

A psychiatrist is convinced that Wojo's recent aggressive outbursts makes him unfit to carry a weapon.



34 :02x21 - The Kid

First aired: Mar/06/1976
Director: Stan Lathan
Guest star: Angelina Estrada (Unknown), José Flores (Unknown), Charles Murphy (Unknown), Arny Freeman (Victor Sewell)

A citizen who found a lost wallet arrives to claim the contents. Meanwhile, a mother of a young pickpocket catches Det. Fish's eye.



35 :02x22 - The Mole

First aired: Mar/18/1976
Writer: Danny Arnold, Chris Hayward, Reinhold Weege
Director: Mark Warren
Guest star: Dean Santoro (Unknown), Richard Russell Ramos (Unknown), Severn Darden (Unknown), Ron Carey (Angelo Molinari aka The Mole)

Wojo and Harris chase a suspect through the city sewers. Fish is worried over an upcoming operation he needs.



36 :03x01 - Evacuation

First aired: Sep/23/1976
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Kenneth Mars (Callahan), Paul Lichtman (Beckman)

Wojo takes it upon himself to create a better evacuation procedure for the 11 million citizens of New York. Det. Fish befriends a young thief.



37 :03x02 - Quarantine (1)

First aired: Sep/30/1976
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: Paula Shaw (Miss Capshaw), David Darlow (Dupree), Arthur Peterson (The Doctor)

The 12th precinct is overcrowded when a prisoner is diagnosed with smallpox, creating a quarantine.



38 :03x03 - Quarantine (2)

First aired: Oct/07/1976
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ray Stewart (Daryl Driscoll)

The smallpox scare remains as the strange group of people are still stuck with each other caused by a quarantine.



39 :03x04 - Bus Stop

First aired: Oct/14/1976
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Sal Viscuso (Brenner), Florence Halop (Mrs. Pierce), Candice Azzara (Miss Lambert)

A bus load of commuters storm the 12th precinct to confront a man who held them up at gunpoint.



40 :03x05 - The Election

First aired: Oct/21/1976
Writer: Tom Reeder
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: Gilbert Green (Crippen)

Election day finds a prisoner demanding to cast his vote, and a man who caused a commotion by refusing to let his wife vote.



41 :03x06 - Werewolf

First aired: Oct/28/1976
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Queenie Smith (Mrs. Fuller), Janet MacLachlan (Nurse Jackson), Jon Lormer (Mr. Fuller)

A full moon brings out the usual wacko's, along with a man who insists that he will change into a werewolf.



42 :03x07 - The Recluse

First aired: Nov/11/1976
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Ivor Francis (Unger), Denise Miller (Jilly), John Cassisi (Victor Kreutzer)

A man is apprehended that remained held up in his home for 3 decades to avoid serving on jury duty. His cell mate is a man who claims doom and gloom is upon them all.



43 :03x08 - Non-Involvement

First aired: Nov/18/1976
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Oliver Clark (Charles Yusick)

Wojo arrests a citizen who stood by while a mugging occurred.



44 :03x09 - Power Failure

First aired: Dec/09/1976
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Susan Brown (Dr. Fitzgerald)

The 12th precinct houses a prisoner with a split personality, during a blackout.



45 :03x10 - Christmas Story

First aired: Dec/23/1976
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Reinhold Weege
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Nobu McCarthy (Miss Muratami), Jay Gerber (Mr. Gerber)

Det. Fish goes undercover as a street Santa Claus. Barney invites Inspector Luger for a Christmas dinner. Yemana is smitten with an Asian hooker.



46 :03x11 - Hash

First aired: Dec/30/1976
Writer: Tom Reeder
Director: Noam Pitlik

Wojo's girlfriend bakes the squad some brownies that has everyone acting giddy. Barney has them analyzed to reveal they are laced with hashish.



47 :03x12 - Smog Alert

First aired: Jan/06/1977
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Alan Haufrect (Antoine McCarthy), Lee Kessler (Renee Pettit)

A woman in the squad room strikes a relationship with a graffiti artist who designs obscene artwork. Meanwhile, Fish takes it easy during a first stage smog alert.



48 :03x13 - Community Relations

First aired: Jan/13/1977
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Judson Morgan (Mr Lukather), Joseph V. Perry (Hauser), David Tress (Pissano)

A lawyer accuses Barney of harassing a blind shoplifter after his arrest and booking. A homeless man goes after his former landlord with an antique musket.



49 :03x14 - The Rand Report

First aired: Jan/20/1976
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: John Evans (Schweikert), Anna Berger (Mrs. Himmel)

Wojo would rather resign from the force than wear a police uniform, as recommended by a department study.



50 :03x15 - Fire '77

First aired: Jan/27/1977
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Howard Platt (Lawrence Weiskoff), Sal Viscuso (Thomas Vitella), K Callan (Gwen Baxter)

An arsonist has set fire to the precinct, which delights a couple who are determined to commit suicide.



51 :03x16 - Abduction

First aired: Feb/03/1977
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Tom Reeder, Reinhold Weege
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Rod Colbin (Joe Wheaton), Vivi Janiss (Lois Wheaton), Buddy Lester (Sidney the Bookie), Jane Alice Brandon (Barbara Lynn Wheaton/Praknamurti)

A distraught couple turn to Barney for help after kidnapping their daughter away from a cult. Yemana's bookie is a prisoner of the 12th precinct.



52 :03x17 - Sex Surrogate

First aired: Feb/10/1977
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Marilyn Sokol (Dr. Lorraine Dooley), Gene Elman (Mr. Kaufmann), Billy Barty (Mr. Resnick)

A man is shot by his wife after seeing a sex surrogate. Harris is upset when a band of ruffians soil one of his designer suits.



53 :03x18 - Moonlighting

First aired: Feb/17/1977
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: John Dullaghan (Sylvester White), George Pentecost (Rev. Albert Carrey), Jan Stuart Schwartz (Tom Fields)

Barney makes a discovery that Harris has been moonlighting. Dietrich arrests a priest who serves as a fence for stolen goods. A retarded kid is used as a numbers runner.



54 :03x19 - Asylum

First aired: Feb/24/1977
Writer: Reinhold Weege, Tony Sheehan, Roland Kibbee, Danny Arnold
Director: Alex March
Guest star: Michael Panaieff (Bulganov), Ion Teodorescu (Jininsky), Louis Zito (Gage)

A Russian defector asks for Wojo's help for political asylum. Marty is in violation of probation when he is arrested with an ounce of marijuana.



55 :03x20 - Group Home

First aired: Mar/10/1977
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: John Cassisi (Victor), Don Calfa (Mr. DiLucca), Phil Leeds (Lou Hector), James Cromwell (Sgt. Wilkinson), George Murdock (Sgt Reville)

The Army recruiting office is being threatened by a mad bomber. It's Det. Fish's turn at mugging detail, which includes dressing in drag.



56 :03x21 - Strike (1)

First aired: Mar/24/1977
Director: Jeremiah Morris
Guest star: Peggy Pope (Miss Lane)

The squad discuss whether to go on strike if their union suggests it. A computer date leads to a robbery.



57 :03x22 - Strike (2)

First aired: Mar/31/1977
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Peggy Pope (Miss Lane), Joe George (John Blomquist)

Inspector Luger is called back into action as a replacement for the striking officers. Meanwhile, the woman robbed by her computer date refuses to press charges.



58 :04x01 - Goodbye, Mr. Fish (1)

First aired: Sep/15/1977
Writer: Danny Arnold, Reinhold Weege
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Barbara Barrie (Elizabeth Miller), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Gregory V. Karliss (Harold Stimple), Jack Somack (Mr. Cotterman), Arny Freeman (Mr. Rothman)

Detective Sergeant Phil Fish faces mandatory retirement. But on his last day of work, he is nowhere to be found! Barney and his squad try to control Bruno Binder's vigilante group.



59 :04x02 - Goodbye, Mr. Fish (2)

First aired: Sep/22/1977
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Tim Jerome (Harold Sanders), Larry Gelman (Edward Sellers), Florence Stanley (Bernice Fish)

Fish finally shows up for work. having refused to acknowledge his own retirement. This leaves Barney in the unenviable position of negotiating Fish's departure, which he does with some help from Bernice, Fish's wife.



60 :04x03 - Bugs

First aired: Sep/29/1977
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Dennis Koenig, Larry Balmagia
Director: David Swift
Guest star: Mari Gorman (Mrs. Kerlin), Sammy Smith (Exterminator), Lavelle Roby (Miss Duquette), Paula Shaw (Miss Shaw), Robert Costanzo (Mr. Kerlin)

An exterminator discovers a different sort of bug - a listening device - in the squadroom, leaving the detectives to wonder whether Internal Affairs or someone even more highly placed planted the device...



61 :04x04 - Corporation

First aired: Oct/06/1977
Writer: Danny Arnold, Tony Sheehan, Lee H. Grant
Director: Hal Linden
Guest star: David Dukes (Laneer), Vernon Weddle (Trager), Fran Ryan (Mrs. Hirsch)

Arrested for vandalizing a chemical plant, an environmentalist faces the company's high-powered lawyer - and threatens to commit suicide as a protest against environmental contamination.



62 :04x05 - Burial

First aired: Oct/20/1977
Writer: Michael Russnow
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Jack Kruschen (Mr. Wittnow), Abe Vigoda (Phil Fish), Sy Kramer (Mr. Hubbard)

A man steals his best friend's corpse from a local mortuary, and then hides it and refuses to tell anywhere where to find it. Retired Detective Sergeant Fish returns to help Barney locate the deceased.



63 :04x06 - Copy Cat

First aired: Oct/27/1977
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Douglas Wyman
Director: Jeremiah Morris
Guest star: Don Calfa (Angelo Dodi), Don Sherman (Mr. Boston), John Dullaghan (Harold Durrell), Norman Bartold (Roy Jenkins)

A drunk thief forgets to take his weapon to a holdup. Another criminal gets ideas for his crimes from police-themed television shows, prompting Yemana to seek the clues needed to nab him from his TV Guide magazine.



64 :04x07 - Blizzard

First aired: Nov/03/1977
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Lou Cutell (Jerome Grodin), Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner), Tom Henschel (LaSalle), Lewis Charles (Leo Lujak)

A blizzard paralyzes the city, forcing the detectives of the 12th to retain custody of a corpse longer than they'd like, and a prophet of doom claims that the storm marks the beginning of a new ice age.



65 :04x08 - Chase

First aired: Nov/17/1977
Writer: Danny Arnold, Tom Reeder, Reinhold Weege
Director: Jeremiah Morris
Guest star: George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Luis Avalos (Antonio Mione), Mews Small (Sheila Rosen (as Marya Small)), George Loros (Glynn), Joey Aresco (Bando)

Internal Affairs Lieutenant Ben Scanlon, once again certain there's corruption in the 12th, enlists a drug dealer to help him ferret it out. Wojo borrows a taxi to chase a robbery suspect - and wrecks the vehicle.



66 :04x09 - Thanksgiving Story

First aired: Nov/24/1977
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: David Swift
Guest star: Anita Dangler (Ana Rogers), Tom Lacy (Gerrity), George Skaff (Dr. Engels), Susan Davis (Miss Krewson), Ian Wolfe (Biederman), Kip King (Paul Powell)

A man winds up in custody after he stabs his brother-in-law during a dispute over a piece of Thanksgiving turkey. Meanwhile, three mental patients escape custody and visit an automat for their meal, causing chaos.



67 :04x10 - Tunnel

First aired: Dec/01/1977
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Michael Russnow
Director: David Swift
Guest star: Leonard Stone (Burton Shaw), Jay Gerberg (Howard Gabriel), J.J. Barry (Leroy Kreutzer)

Wojo attempts to trap a burglar who is trying to tunnel into the diamond exchange, and is trapped when the man's tunnel collapses! The squad's telephones go dead, and Harris continues his quest for the elusive "good apartment in New York."



68 :04x11 - Atomic Bomb

First aired: Dec/15/1977
Writer: Tom Reeder, Reinhold Weege
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: John Getz ((unknown)), Will Seltzer ((unknown)), Al Ruscio ((unknown)), Stephen Pearlman ((unknown)), Karl Bruck ((unknown)), Phil Leeds (Harry Kruger), Rod Colbin (Mr. Swanson), Helen Verbit (Evelyn Kruger)

A college graduate student constructs a functional atomic bomb as part of his physics class project - all it needs is fissionable material. Barney doesn't believe the device is real until jack-of-all-trades expert Dietrich recognizes it immediately. Then Barney must deal with the FBI...



69 :04x12 - The Bank

First aired: Jan/05/1978
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jodie Mann ((unknown)), Sandy Sprung (Miss Bateman), Peter Jurasik (Hamel)

A man accuses a sperm bank of destroying his donation. He has since had a vasectomy and cannot provide a new donation...



70 :04x13 - The Ghost

First aired: Jan/12/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: Lee Bernhardi
Guest star: Titos Vandis (Sefano), Kenneth Tigar (Mr. Kopeckne), Caroline McWilliams (Tricia), Nehemiah Persoff (Carl Simms)

A suspect claims that a poltergeist (named Julius) plagues him, but the detectives do not believe him. Then they lock him up and strange things begin to happen around the squad room...



71 :04x14 - Appendicitis

First aired: Jan/19/1978
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jade McCall ((unknown)), Norman Klar ((unknown)), Jack Bernardi (Kleiner), Michael Durrell (Altman)

A bounty hunter past his prime and a self-proclaimed sugar addict plague the squadroom. Yemana doubles over with stomach pain from appendicitis; the detectives rush him to the hospital.



72 :04x15 - Rape

First aired: Jan/26/1978
Writer: Dennis Koenig
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: L. Harvey Gold ((unknown)), Linda Dano (Leslie Dornan), Dick Balduzzi ((unknown)), William Bogert (Korchak), Joyce Jameson (Catherine Lindsay), Michael Pataki (Martin Lindsay)

A woman brings a charge of rape against her husband. Faced with an uncertain prosecution, Barney seeks out a female district attorney and persuades her to handle the case. Meanwhile, a master of disguise embarks on a crime spree, and Yemana takes advantage of New York's newly legal off-track betting parlors.



73 :04x16 - Eviction (1)

First aired: Feb/02/1978
Writer: Tom Reeder, Reinhold Weege
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Rosanna DeSoto (Elena Elezando (as Rosanna Soto)), Donna Baccala (Amnesia Victim), Felipe Turich (Jorge), Dave Madden (Clayton Walsh)

Barney refuses to enforce a court ordered eviction; the residents of the condemned hotel are poor and have few options. Inspector Luger ponders how best to spend his vacation.



74 :04x17 - Eviction (2)

First aired: Feb/09/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege, Tom Reeder
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Dave Madden (Clayton Walsh), Donna Baccala (Sister Jennifer DiLucca), John Clavin (Lt. Vogel), Rosanna DeSoto (Elena Elezando (as Rpsanna Soto)), Felipe Turich (Jorge), Bruce Kirby (Lt. Rossmore)

After the poor tenants refuse to leave their condemned home, and Barney refuses to force them out, the department relieves him of command and brings in a SWAT team. But Barney is the only man the tenants will talk to; if the city wants a non-violent solution, Barney will have to provide it.



75 :04x18 - Wojo's Problem

First aired: Feb/23/1978
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Max Gail
Guest star: Mari Gorman (Detective Roslyn Licori), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Henry Slate (Louis Frankel), Ray Girardin (Vince Licori)

Wojo has a problem that strikes many men at one time or another in the era before a little blue pill could fix it... and he brings it to Barney, who would have rather never known about it! Detective Roslyn Licori joins the squad and the detectives must deal with her very jealous husband. A shoplifter escapes - in his wheelchair!



76 :04x19 - 'Quo Vadis?'

First aired: Mar/02/1978
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Alex March
Guest star: Barbara Barrie (Elizabeth Miller), John Dullaghan (Milt Loftus), Ivy Bethune (Miss Jacobs)

An irate woman regards an exhibit of art that contains nudes as pornography and demands the prestigious museum hosting it remove it. Barney and his wife Elizabeth face a marital crisis over her concern for the hazards of his job.



77 :04x20 - Hostage

First aired: Mar/23/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: Hal Linden
Guest star: Earle Towne (Oscar Leeds), Don Calfa (Leon), Alix Elias (Louise Helton), Mari Gorman (Detective Roslyn Licori), Oliver Clark (Vern Bidell)

A gunman imprisons the detectives in their own holding cell, which they must share with a ventriloquist who claims he is not responsible for the utterances of his foul-mouthed mannequin. Harris finally finds and apartment that he likes in the Village.



78 :04x21 - Evaluation

First aired: May/04/1978
Writer: Larry Balmagia, Reinhold Weege
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Richard Libertini ("1223"), Gene Elman (Eddie Schuman), Larry Block (Russell Schuman), Garn Stephens (Susan Schuman-Edwards), Kay Medford (Irene Schuman), Mari Gorman (Detective Roslyn Licori)

Harris arrests an assailant who will not provide his name, only a number. Vandals strike a "mon and pop" pornography shop - and their identity surprises mom and pop. Meanwhile, the detectives sweat as Barney prepares evaluations of their performance.



79 :04x22 - The Sighting

First aired: May/11/1978
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Alex March
Guest star: Peter Hobbs (Phillip Brower), Jack Bannon (Capt. William Donnelly), Doris Roberts (Harriet Brower)

A woman reports her husband because she objects to his turning all their assets into gold. Wojo arrives to work late. His excuse? He was tracking a UFO that he saw over Staten Island.



80 :04x23 - Inauguration

First aired: May/18/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege, Carol Gary
Director: Alex March
Guest star: Philip Sterling (Noel Cadey), Florence Halop (Evelyn Hawley), Dino Natali (Zitelli), Basil Hoffman (Korbel), Edward I. Koch (Himself)

The mayoral inauguration creates mayhem at the 12th. The detectives investigate a possible suicide, study hate mail directed at the mayor, and learn Harris will leave the squad to join the new mayor's staff.



81 :05x01 - Kidnapping (1)

First aired: Sep/14/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege, Tony Sheehan, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Barrie Youngfellow (Marsha Dixon), John O'Connell ((unknown)), Stefan Gierasch ((unknown)), Fred Sadoff (Mr. Wilmore), Beverly Sanders (Lorraine Siegel), Ralph Manza (Eddie Blake), Todd Susman (Andrew Siegel), Harold Stone (Mr. Siegel)

A political extremist kidnaps the owner of a department store. His demand? That the man give his merchandise to the public. Meanwhile, Wojo arrests a prostitute and her customer - a visitor for Arkansas.



82 :05x02 - Kidnapping (2)

First aired: Sep/14/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege, Danny Arnold, Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Barrie Youngfellow (Marsha Dixon), Todd Susman (Andrew Siegel), Harold Stone (Mr. Siegel), Beverly Sanders (Lorraine Siegel), Fred Sadoff (Mr. Wilmore), James Gregory (Inspector Frank Luger), Ralph Manza (Eddie Blake)

Conclusion. Barney must defuse the kidnapping of a department store executive by a crazed activist who wants him to give away his merchandise.



83 :05x03 - The Search

First aired: Sep/21/1978
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jenny O'Hara (Teresa Schnabel), Arny Freeman (Milton Holly/Mr. Science), Bruce Kirby (Mr. Claymore)

The squad tries to help a woman find her father - who has been missing for 28 years. Harris must part with his beloved mustache so that he can cross-dress to help trap a mugger preying on women. Detectives must arrest popular children's show host Mr. Science.



84 :05x04 - Dog Days

First aired: Sep/28/1978
Writer: Reinhold Weege
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Joseph V. Perry (Lasorda), John Lawlor ((unknown)), Rosalind Cash (Carolyn Slade)

Wojo busts an illegal dog fighting ring and a German Shepherd bites him. It may be rabid, so Wojo must overcome his fear of needles so he can receive the vaccinations. Barney's impending separation has him down in the dumps.



85 :05x05 - The Baby Broker

First aired: Oct/05/1978
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Fredric Cook (Harold Adelman), Martine Getty (Ana Schlesinger), Phoebe Dorin (Harriet Adelman), Michael Durrell (Philip Kubrick), Ivor Francis (Professor Henry McDowell)

Sometimes the process of adoption fails certain people for one reason or another, and they turn to other approaches. Such is the case in this episode, when a childless couple arranges through a lawyer to adopt the child a young German girl carries. Their problem is that she no longer wishes to surrender her baby, and instead plans to flee the country, so they try to stop her and the 12th squad winds up in the middle. Other matters include a man writing a book on obscenity, and Officer Levitt, who is flying on pep pills so that he can complete a thirty-six hour shift, another in his many schemes for reaching the rank of detective.



86 :05x06 - Accusation

First aired: Oct/12/1978
Writer: Wally Dalton, Shelley Zellman
Director: Max Gail
Guest star: George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Gene Elman (Rabbi Joseph Greenblatt), Miriam Byrd-Nethery (Doris Whittaker), Michael Tucci (Rubin), Ruth Warshawsky (Ruthie Greenblatt)

Yemana must arrest a rabbi who has set up an illegal casino in his synagogue, despite the cleric's claim that the profits go to charity. A lonely woman accuses Dietrich of "improper conduct:" prompting an unpleasant visit from the rat squad's Lieutenant Ben Scanlon.



87 :05x07 - The Prisoner

First aired: Oct/19/1978
Writer: Shelley Zellman, Reinhold Weege, Wally Dalton
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Henry Jones (Father Clement), Peggy Pope (Frances Newbound), Bruce Glover (Fred Denton), Jeff Corey (Ralph Timmons)

A paroled convict has trouble adjusting to life on the outside and decides he liked it better behind bars. A cat burglar's widow decides she wants to continue the "family business." Barney receives embarrassing from the chaplain.



88 :05x08 - Loan Shark

First aired: Nov/02/1978
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Larry B. Scott (Leland), Boris Aplon (Fallon), Mario Roccuzzo (George Willis), Lewis Charles (Dellarosa)

Harris arrests a fourteen year old loan shark, and then tries to offer him advice. After twenty years on the force, Yemana begins to feel taken for granted. A tattoo artist refused to remove his work from a client having second thoughts.



89 :05x09 - The Vandal

First aired: Nov/09/1978
Writer: Dennis Koenig, Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Christopher Lloyd (The Vandal), Jay Gerber ((unknown)), Howard Honig ((unknown))

Someone vandalizes the squadroom, and Barney comes to believe Levitt is the culprit! An unhappy television viewer takes out his ire on a network executive he meets in a coffee shop.



90 :05x10 - The Harris Incident

First aired: Nov/30/1978
Writer: Wally Dalton, Reinhold Weege, Shelley Zellman
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ed Peck (Slater), Rick Waln (Darvec), Marilyn Chris (Ruth), Michael Lombard (Sanford)

Harris seethes, suspecting racism, after a rookie officer assumes he's a felon and shoots at him. Wojo arrests a beggar who has a wife, children and a nice house! He's a former stockbroker who left that business to become a beggar on purpose...



91 :05x11 - The Radical

First aired: Dec/07/1978
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: James Gregory (Inspector Frank Luger), Corey Fischer (Jonathan Dodd / Gerald Morris), Sam Ingraffia (Ambulance Attendant), Stuart Pankin (Marola), Craig Richard Nelson (Morantz)

The squad arrests a man who turns out to be a famous radical who disappeared in the 1960s. He's disappointed that his arrest has not generated more controversy. Inspector Lugar argues himself into a possible heart attack debating the man. Harris collars a rotund burglar.



92 :05x12 - Toys

First aired: Dec/14/1978
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Walter Janowitz (Stefan Metterling), Sydney Lassick (Mr. Cummings), Zachary Berger (Berman), Barbara Barrie (Elizabeth Miller), Gregory V. Karliss ((unknown))

Investigation of a toy store burglary reveals the problem might just be overzealous competition. A claustrophobic prisoner claims he cannot withstand the holding cell. Barney faces his first holiday since separation from his wife Elizabeth.



93 :05x13 - The Indian

First aired: Jan/04/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Charles White-Eagle (George Tenfingers), Dino Natali (Zatelli), Phil Leeds (Horace Chandler), Alix Elias (Maggie DuBois), Richard Stahl (Philip Owens)

Detectives investigate a strange sort of thief: he steals the shoes right off a woman's feet. An old Indian wishes to die in Central Park; Wojo must arrest him and take him to Bellevue but refuses to do so, instead waiting with the old man until he dies as he wished to.



94 :05x14 - Voice Analyzer

First aired: Jan/11/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Allan Rich (Mr. Ramsen), Barry Pearl (Mario Pellegrini), George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Philip Roth (Mr. Sanders (as Phil Roth))

A furrier files a robbery report that Barney comes to suspect may not be genuine. The never welcome Lieutenant Scanlon visits; he's after police corruption with his latest tool, a lie detector. All of the detectives pass their lie detector examinations, save one...



95 :05x15 - The Spy

First aired: Jan/18/1979
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Estelle Omens (Felice Douglas), Philip Sterling (Mitchell Warner)

A spy holds the detectives and some civilians hostage. Is he the victim of a government conspiracy, or is he simply paranoid? Other detectives bring in a disorderly mime.



96 :05x16 - Wojo's Girl (1)

First aired: Jan/25/1979
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Doris Roberts (Harriet Brower), Darlene Parks (Nancy), Michael Conrad (Col. Charles Dundee), Peter Hobbs (Phillip Brower), Lewis Arquette (Finney), Philip Bruns (Mallory)

A man tells his wife he is leaving to become a mercenary, leading to the discovery of an organization that recruits such "soldiers of fortune." Wojo tries to decide if he should move in with his latest lady, a reformed prostitute.



97 :05x17 - Wojo's Girl (2)

First aired: Jan/25/1979
Writer: Tony Sheehan, Danny Arnold
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Doris Roberts (Harriet Brower), Darlene Parks (Nancy), Peter Hobbs (Phillip Brower), Michael Conrad (Col. Charles Dundee), Philip Bruns (Mallory), Lewis Arquette (Finney)

Conclusion. The detectives investigate a mercenary group while Wojo struggles to decide whether to move in with a reformed prostitute.



98 :05x18 - Middle Age

First aired: Feb/01/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Richard Libertini (Richard Perito), Kres Mersky (Mrs. Perito), Raleigh Bond (Glass), Nehemiah Persoff (Burger)

Dietrich arrests an aging decathlon hopeful for practicing the javelin toss in Central Park. A thief robs a Hassidic diamond trader of a fortune in stones. Barney begins to feel his own approaching middle age - and his men don't help the transition when they start to express concern for his physical and mental well-being.



99 :05x19 - The Counterfeiter

First aired: Feb/08/1979
Writer: Jeff Stein, Reinhold Weege, Frank Dungan
Director: Max Gail
Guest star: J. Pat O'Malley (Walt Hathway), George Pentecost (Dr Bordeau), Jack Riley (Lavelle), Al Ruscio (Sidney Becker), Susan Davis (Lisa Lavelle)

The detectives catch an old counterfeiter, and Harris sees a goldmine of story ideas, prompting him to pump the man for his life's history. The husband of a plastic surgery client, unsatisfied with the work, attacks the surgeon.



100 :05x20 - Open House

First aired: Feb/15/1979
Writer: Wally Dalton, Tony Sheehan, Shelley Zellman
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Allan Miller (Brickman), David Fresco (Starkwell), Carmen Filpi (Fabiani), Christopher Lloyd (Vincent Carew)

The precinct hosts an open house that attracts only vagrants; Wojo and Harris try to identify an arsonist but their efforts are thwarted when the man's psychiatrist refuses to reveal his patient's name; Barney prepares to move back home, but the hotel manager where he's staying refuses him a refund.



101 :05x21 - Identity

First aired: Mar/01/1979
Writer: Tom Reeder
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jack Somack (Mr. Cotterman), Don Calfa (Calvin Kendall), David Clennon (Chester Monahan), Kip King (Nicholas Baskin)

The detectives nab a thief, and then the Justice Department comes calling. It seems the man is in the Witness Protection Program, and Justice wants the NYPD to make the theft charge go away. Dietrich saves Harris' life, and that burden bears down on Harris.



102 :05x22 - Computer Crime

First aired: Mar/15/1979
Director: Max Gail
Guest star: Mabel King (Mother Zilla), Roger Aaron Brown (Dr. Anthony Keeling), Barry Gordon (Stanley Fine), Rod Colbin (Michael Harvey)

Dietrich catches an embezzler in the computer room of his employer, but they may have difficulty recovering the money. Harris is shocked when he meets an educated young doctor who believes himself under a voodoo curse.



103 :05x23 - Graveyard Shift

First aired: May/10/1979
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Raymond Singer (Phillip Bart), Lee Kessler (Natalie Blier), Paul L. Smith (Leon Stipanich (as Paul Lawrence Smith))

An angry tourist learns about the NYPD from the inside; Harris starts a new police novel; a man believes that if he falls asleep he will be possessed by a succubus.



104 :05x24 - Jack Soo, a Retrospective

First aired: May/17/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik

A look back at actor Jack Soo (Nick Yemana), who passed away in 1979. The remaining cast gather to tell their favorite stories and pay the last respects to their fellow cast mate. Clips are shown containing the best of Yemana.



105 :06x01 - Inquisition

First aired: Sep/13/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: David Darlow (Burglar), George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Dino Natali (Zitelli), Norman Bartold (Jack Corwin), Peter Jurasik (Alsop)

An angry customer destroys a store's Muzak machine; the ever-odious Lieutenant Scanlon, acting on an anonymous tip, hunts the precinct for a gay officer.



106 :06x02 - The Photographer

First aired: Sep/20/1979
Writer: R.J. Colleary
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Anita Dangler (Louise Meyers), Kenneth Tigar (Jesus Christ), Sal Viscuso (Joseph Beatty), Phil Leeds (Gilbert Letier), Jack Bernardi (Mr. Gelman), Ben Slack (Leo Rossman)

A self-proclaimed Jesus Christ chastises the pimps on 8th Avenue for using woman as harlots. An elderly mugger poses as a charming photographer.



107 :06x03 - Vacation

First aired: Sep/27/1979
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ben Slack (Leo Rossman), Jack Bernardi (Mr. Gelman), Bruce Kirby (Frank Rossman)

The new vacation schedule causes a ruckus in the squad room. When a man refuses to donate a kidney to his brother, a dispute erupts. Meanwhile, a number of false reports has the officers believing a sniper is planning an attack.



108 :06x04 - The Brother

First aired: Oct/04/1979
Writer: Shelley Zellman, Wally Dalton
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Gary Imhoff (Joseph Hutton), Elise Caitlin (Denise Strauss), John Christy Ewing (Brother Thomas Kelvin)

A monk is worried about foul play after one of his fellow brothers disappears in New York City. Dietrich must take his turn in drag with mugging detail.



109 :06x05 - The Slave

First aired: Oct/18/1979
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Peg Shirley (Arlene Kenton), Sumant (William Nu), Manu Tupou (Philip Azari), Stanley Kamel (Lance Parks)

A traffic accident reveals that a limo driver is indentured to a Burmese diplomat. Harris regards this as slavery and objects.



110 :06x06 - Strip Joint

First aired: Nov/01/1979
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan, Jaie Brashar
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Todd Susman (Edward Yakel), Rosanna DeSoto (Theresa Taxco (as Rosana Soto)), Diana Canova (Stephanie Wolf), James Cromwell (Neil Spencer), Walter Janowitz (Ivan Kessler)

A man believes he is due to spontaneously combust. A new strip club irritates the owner of a book store, who claims it will ruin his sales.



111 :06x07 - The Bird

First aired: Nov/08/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Martin Garner (Samuel Tragash), Michael Lombard (Walter Elkins), Miriam Byrd-Nethery (Myrna Dunbar)

Harris' publisher demands a signed release before he will publish the detective's new novel, but Harris has a problem getting all the detectives to sign. A suicide hotline operator decides to kill himself. A store owner sells Wojo a sick parrot. When the bird dies, Wojo learns the man has a strict no-returns policy.



112 :06x08 - The Desk

First aired: Nov/22/1979
Writer: Frank Dungan, Jeff Stein
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner), Jeff Corey (Caleb Webber), Don Calfa (Gilbert Lesco), Fred Sadoff (Dr. Milton Prentice)

A once brilliant thief is now a mere shell of his former self after undergoing a partial lobotomy. An Amish man was unable to ask for help after a mugging since he didn't know how to use a telephone.



113 :06x09 - The Judge

First aired: Dec/06/1979
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Philip Sterling (Judge Philip Hall Gibson), Peggy Pope (Lois Marcum)

An attorney files charges against a judge who has assaulted him with his gavel. A confused woman believes she has witnessed a crime, which is discovered to be the plot of a daytime TV soap opera.



114 :06x10 - The DNA Story

First aired: Dec/13/1979
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Kay Medford (Mitzi Kamen), A. Martinez (Claudio Ortez), Stefan Gierasch (Dr Joseph Burlson), Raymond Singer (Dr. Eric Rubin), Jack Kruschen (Rudolph Kamen)

A research laboratory is missing a dangerous disease culture slide. Meanwhile, a woman claims her husband must have been replaced by an identical clone.



115 :06x11 - The Dentist

First aired: Dec/27/1979
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Arthur Malet (Crichton), Oliver Clark (Dentist), Estelle Omens (Evelyn Swofford), Jenny O'Hara (Sgt. Holly Scofield)

A woman accuses her dentist of taking advantage of her while under she was under anesthesia. Wojo arrests a man who annoys people by making disgusting sounds with his hands.



116 :06x12 - People's Court

First aired: Jan/03/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Judson Morgan (Unknown), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Rod Colbin (Bogert), Michael Tucci (Rizzo), Howard Honig (Donald Ganz), Helen Verbit (Stella Rothman), Ralph Manza (Mr. Roth)

A census taker takes matters into his own hands when he breaks into the apartments of uncooperative citizens. A group of vigilantes hold a thief prisoner in a basement cell.



117 :06x13 - Vanished (1)

First aired: Jan/10/1980
Writer: Frank Dungan, Tony Sheehan, Jeff Stein
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Elaine Giftos (Laura Kirgo), John Dullaghan (Ray Brewer)

Harris disappears while posing as a vagrant to investigate a rash of missing homeless men. A woman settles for Wojo or Dietrich to be a father of her baby.



118 :06x14 - Vanished (2)

First aired: Jan/17/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: James Gregory (Inspector Frank Luger), Ralph Olivia (Unknown), John Dullaghan (Ray Brewer), Elaine Giftos (Laura Kirgo), Leonard Frey (Alfred Royce), David Fresco (Bum)

Harris returns after solving the mystery of the missing bums. Inspector Luger must choose between a demotion or retirement.



119 :06x15 - The Child Stealers

First aired: Jan/24/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Richard Libertini (Adam Boyer), Jack DeLeon (Marty), Ray Stewart (Darryl Driscoll), Dino Natali (Zatelli), Joanna Miles (Mrs Driscoll)

A young boy is kidnapped by his own father, Darryl Driscoll, a friend of Marty. A man claiming to be from the future arrives at the 12th precinct.



120 :06x16 - Guns

First aired: Jan/31/1980
Writer: Rich Reinhart, Frank Dungan, Tony Sheehan, Jeff Stein
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: David Paymer (Felix Martin), Jack Dodson (Mr. Vogel), Madison Arnold (Osborne), Mario Roccuzzo (Vincent Turso)

Wojo fears that Luger is planning suicide after accepting a demotion. A gun collector robs a liquor store using a classic dueling pistol. A citizen robs the vault after arriving to claim his stolen TV set.



121 :06x17 - Uniform Days

First aired: Feb/07/1980
Writer: Richard W. Beban, Judith Nielsen
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Stuart Pankin (Alex Fleischer), Michael Alaimo (Michael Fantimo), Leonard Stone (William MacDonald)

It's time for the annual department mandated uniform day, but Harris refuses to participate, arriving instead in his usual dapper duds.



122 :06x18 - Dietrich's Arrest (1)

First aired: Feb/28/1980
Writer: Frank Dungan, Tony Sheehan, Jeff Stein
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Peter Hobbs (Roy McManus), Candice Azzara (Audrey McManus), George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon)

An anti-nuclear protest lands a defiant Dietrich in a cell. Meanwhile, a man causes a disturbance after throwing his lottery winnings from a window. Barney finds himself priced out of his apartment when the owners convert it to a condominium.



123 :06x19 - Dietrich's Arrest (2)

First aired: Mar/06/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Kay Medford (Lila Wakeman), George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Allan Miller (Nelson Haskell)

Harris is forced to book a defiant Dietrich after his arrest at an anti-nuclear rally, and that attracts the unwholesome attention of Lieutenant Scanlon. Meanwhile, a nuclear engineer sprays the protesters with what is believed to be radioactive waste water.



124 :06x20 - The Architect

First aired: Mar/27/1980
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jesse Aragon (Unknown), Paul Lieber (Gunman #1), Chu Chu Malave (Gunman), Norman Bartold (Schuyler), David Clennon (Howard Speer)

An architect would rather see his building bombed into rubble, than see the planned changes put forth.



125 :06x21 - The Inventor

First aired: May/01/1980
Writer: Frank Dungan, Tony Sheehan, Jeff Stein
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ben Piazza (John Essex), Arny Freeman (Herbert Emery), Dan Frazer (Dr. Matthew Kramer)

Wojo is put under hypnosis in order to remember key information to a case. Meanwhile, an inventor is accused of stealing the blueprints to his own creation.



126 :06x22 - Fog

First aired: May/08/1980
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: J.J. Barry (Fred Bowers), William Dillard (Jennings), Robert Levine (Howard Kimbro), Sydney Lassick (Victor Carse (as Sidney Lassick))

A foggy day is the backdrop to this day as a street musician is accused of assaulting a string quartet who moved in on his corner. Meanwhile, Barney is apparently hiding his feelings after being passed over for promotion to deputy inspector.



127 :07x01 - Homicide (1)

First aired: Oct/30/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jack Dodson (Henry St. Martin), Tricia O'Neil (Alex Kramer), Jack Somack (Mr. Cotterman), Allyn Ann McLerie (Harriet Shulton), Johnny Silver (Kingman), Al Ruscio (Mr. Roth), Marjorie Bennett (Miss Stratton), Harold Stone (Steven Haddad)

A man confesses to murdering his barber after receiving a horrible hair cut. Meanwhile, a woman decides to cancel the contract she had with a hit man to kill her husband.



128 :07x02 - Homicide (2)

First aired: Nov/06/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Jack Dodson (Henry St. Martin), Tricia O'Neil (Alex Kramer), Michael Alaimo (Vincent Sykes), Jack Somack (Mr. Cotterman), Allyn Ann McLerie (Harriet Shulton), Ben Piazza (David Shulton), Harold Stone (Steven Haddad)

The squad must hunt down a man scheduled to be killed by a hit man. Also, Harris is smitten with the new crime photographer.



129 :07x03 - The Delegate

First aired: Nov/13/1980
Writer: Jim Tisdale
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Tom Henschel (Unknown), Don Sherman (Unknown), Phil Leeds (Louis Nash), Bob Dishy (John Milford), Bonnie Bartlett (Ellen Milford)

A newly assigned officer is discovered to be an impostor. A disorderly vagrant seems to be left over from the 1976 Democratic Convention.



130 :07x04 - Dorsey

First aired: Nov/27/1980
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Paul Lieber (Eric Dorsey), Andrew Bloch (Devoe), Michael Lombard (Kenneth Pryor), Darrell Zwerling (Adelson), Cal Gibson (Mr. King)

The men of the 12th precinct try to convince a new detective that they are not on the take. A man from an anti-smoking clinic complains that their methods are actually harmful to people's health.



131 :07x05 - Agent Orange

First aired: Dec/11/1980
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Robert Phalen (Unknown), Lyman Ward (Unknown), Michael Currie (Unknown), Paul Lieber (Eric Dorsey), Doris Roberts (Harriet Brower), Louis Giambalvo (Serrano), Peter Hobbs (Phillip Brower), Joe Regalbuto (Peter Rankin)

When an apartment complex goes clothing optional, one woman puts up a protest. A Vietnam vet claims his problems all stem from being exposed to Agent Orange.



132 :07x06 - Call Girl

First aired: Dec/18/1980
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Paul Lieber (Eric Dorsey), Tasha Zemrus (Rhonda Haleck), Sarina C. Grant (Lenore DuBois), Paul Kent (Ray Athens), Arthur Malet (Malcolm Gower), Nancy Bleier (Christine Scott)

Dorsey plays the protector of a young prostitute. A hooker gives Harris financial stock advice. Dietrich is thinking about becoming celibate.



133 :07x07 - Resignation

First aired: Jan/08/1981
Writer: Frank Dungan, Jeff Stein
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Mario Roccuzzo (Ira Russo), Peter Elbling (Jordan Heath), Allan Rich (Leonard), Steve Franken (Edward Novak)

After shooting a robbery suspect, Dietrich is consumed with guilt. A playwright assaults an actor he believes is ruining his work.



134 :07x08 - Field Associate

First aired: Jan/15/1981
Writer: Jordan Moffet
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ned Glass (Stanley Golden), Florence Halop (Karen Golden), Jeffrey Tambor (William Klein)

Internal Affairs receives incriminating evidence from inside the 12th precinct. A burglar celebrates his fiftieth anniversary of robbing homes, while Harris helps him reunite with his wife who had reported him missing many years earlier.



135 :07x09 - Movie (1)

First aired: Jan/22/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Arny Freeman (Philip Helm), George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Dennis Howard (Brinkman), Dino Natali (Zitelli)

A veteran radio newsman is charged with assaulting an inept TV anchorman. The department asks Harris to create a short pornographic movie.



136 :07x10 - Movie (2)

First aired: Jan/29/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Norman Bartold (Unknown), Jay Gerber (Unknown), J.J. Barry (Arthur Duncan), Ralph Manza (Mr. Roth)

Harris proudly displays his wildly over-budgeted, spectacular porno flick to the men of the 12th precinct and their guests, a blind mugging victim and an overly enthusiastic charity collector.



137 :07x11 - The Psychic

First aired: Feb/05/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Robert Burgos (Unknown), Kenneth Tigar (Philip Pollock), Fred Sadoff (Hanra), Larry Hankin (Earl Kelso), Rod Colbin (Joyce)

A linguist defaces an advertising billboard as a protest over their use of horrid grammar. Meanwhile, a psychic stops a purse snatching before is happens.



138 :07x12 - Stormy Weather

First aired: Feb/12/1981
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Seymour S. Bernstein (Lucas), Phyllis Frelich (Madeline Schaefer), Peter Wolf (Tiano), Robert Costanzo (Ed Ferengy)

Wojo's pursuit of a looter ends with both men jumping into the Hudson River. Meanwhile, a deaf woman is arrested as a prostitute.



139 :07x13 - The Librarian

First aired: Feb/19/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Allan Miller (Unknown), James Gallery (Pomerantz), Zachary Berger (Zelinka), Miriam Byrd-Nethery (Louise Austin), Titos Vandis (Werner Zlinka)

To keep things quiet, a librarian brings a loaded gun to work. A novelty store owner is being harassed daily by a gypsy.



140 :07x14 - Rachel

First aired: Feb/26/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Homer Powell
Guest star: Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Chu Chu Malave (Joseph Rubio), Anne Wyndham (Rachel Miller), Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner)

A sporting goods store operator concocts an elaborate and dangerous anti-theft system. Shyster lawyer Arnold Ripner returns with a lawsuit against Harris for using him in his novel, without consent. Wojo wants to ask Barney's daughter Rachel out for a date.



141 :07x15 - Contempt (1)

First aired: Mar/12/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Roy Andrews (Unknown), John Dullaghan (Unknown), Larry Gelman (Sidney Bouton), Maggie Brown (Salvation Army Lt. Melinda Holly), Jack Murdock (Perelli), Dale Robinette (Hagan), William Windom (Cellmate)

Refusing to reveal the name of an informant has Barney charged with contempt of court. A man contends that he was refused service in a restaurant because he was deemed too ugly.



142 :07x16 - Contempt (2)

First aired: Mar/19/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: John Dullaghan (Unknown), J.J. Barry (Arthur Duncan), Jack Murdock (Perelli), Maggie Brown (Salvation Army Lt. Melinda Holly), William Windom (Cellmate)

Barney's absence puts Harris in charge of the 12th precinct.



143 :07x17 - The Doll

First aired: Mar/26/1981
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: James Gregory (Inspector Frank Luger), Oliver Clark (Eugene Corbin), A. Martinez (Joseph Montoya), Dee Croxton (Christine Lawson), Philip Bruns (Elvin Swift)

A priceless antique doll is held for a ransom. An naive optician claims he bought a ticket to ride on the space shuttle. Inspector Luger wants to add Barney as a beneficiary of his will.



144 :07x18 - Lady and the Bomb

First aired: Apr/09/1981
Writer: Lee H. Grant
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Ben Freedman (Unknown), James Murtaugh (Unknown), Judson Morgan (Unknown), Howard Mann (Unknown), Peggy Pope (Unknown), Abe Vigoda (Sgt. Phil Fish)

Sgt. Fish pays a visit to the 12th precinct. Harris loses his libel lawsuit with shyster lawyer Arnold Ripner. A quiet woman reveals that she has a homemade bomb in her purse and wants to blow up the 12th precinct.



145 :07x19 - Riot

First aired: Apr/30/1981
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: James Gregory (Inspector Frank Luger), Victor Brant (Unknown), Pat McNamara (Unknown), Nehemiah Persoff (Burger), Howard Platt (Nelson), Susan Tolsky (Wendy)

When Inspector Luger takes charge of a small disturbance of Hasidic Jews against the police department it turns into a full blown riot. A city steam tunnel is the home of a pair of urban survivalists.



146 :07x20 - The Vests

First aired: May/07/1981
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Don Calfa (Arthur Thompson), Alice Hirson (Dorothy St. Clair), Warren Munson (John Norvis)

The officers are against wearing the new bullet proof vests issued by the department. Inspector Luger writes down the squads personal information for the purpose of writing their obituaries.



147 :07x21 - The Rainmaker

First aired: May/14/1981
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: Leonard Stone (Ernest Lun), Bruce MacVittie (Clayton), Beatrice Colen (Lillian Hamilton)

An old man is apprehended during a ceremony in Washington Park, who was hired by the city officials as a rain maker to end a city-wide drought.



148 :07x22 - Liquidation

First aired: May/21/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Noam Pitlik
Guest star: James Cromwell (Jason Parrish), Walter Olkewicz (Walter Cushing), Martin Garner (Martin Golden)

Harris must sell everything he owns in order to raise the $320,000 he lost to lawyer Alan Ripkin in a libel suit.



149 :08x01 - Paternity

First aired: Oct/29/1981
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Stefan Gierasch (Lupton), Dana Gladstone (Frane), Rebecca Holden (Wendy McWilliams)

A purse is stolen from a beauty queen. A movie goer vandalizes a theater which runs snuff films, and a women charges Wojo with a paternity suit, only to make a upsetting discovery.



150 :08x02 - Advancement

First aired: Nov/05/1981
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Mario Roccuzzo (Anthony Shapper), Phillip Simms (Mr. Brotsky), Howard Honig (Mr. Yager), Anna Berger (Miriam Buckman), Martin Garner (Ira Buckman)

Inspector Luger asks for Barney's assistance in writing a letter to his mail-order bride. A couple are threatened by the winner of the lottery after losing his winning ticket. Harris signs a deal to pen another novel.



151 :08x03 - The Car

First aired: Nov/12/1981
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Joe Regalbuto (Sanitation Cop), Alice Backes (Mrs. Shawcross), Pat McNamara (Boskin), Larry Gelman (Joseph Hilyer)

A litterbug is threatened at gunpoint by a sanitation cop. Levitt performs a heroic act concerning a child. A car thief confesses 25 years after the crime, and still has the evidence in mint condition.



152 :08x04 - Possession

First aired: Nov/19/1981
Writer: Roland Kibbee, Tom Reeder
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: Phil Rubenstein (Roy Griswold), Allan Miller (Police Chaplain), Susan Peretz (Norma Griswold), Kenneth Tigar (Mr. Kopeckne)

A man charged with disorderly conduct believes he is possessed by the devil, in which is exercised by a department chaplain. A man is charged with assault after forcing his full figured wife into a pair of designer jeans.



153 :08x05 - Stress Analyzer

First aired: Nov/26/1981
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Bruce Bilson
Guest star: James Cromwell (Dr. Edmund Danworth), James Murtaugh (Peace Corp Recruiter Vincent Bondell), Florence Halop (Wanda LaMear), Phil Leeds (Brent LaMear), Ann Morgan Guilbert (Mrs. Swallock), Rod Colbin (William Jessup)

A recruiter for the Peace Corps goes berserk during a job fair. Barney fears Dietrich has been shot when a new stress analyzer sets off a alert.



154 :08x06 - Games

First aired: Dec/10/1981
Writer: Jordan Moffet
Director: Gennaro Montanino
Guest star: Philip Sterling (Frank), Vernon Weddle (Unknown), Trinidad Silva (Unknown), Warren Munson (Unknown), Sarah Kennedy (Alice Grant), Carol Eve Rossen (Sgt. Legg), John O'Leary (Leo)

An Army WAC is supplementing her income as a prostitute in Greenwich Village. A created of video game chips is accused of being a KGB spy.



155 :08x07 - Homeless

First aired: Dec/17/1981
Writer: Jordan Moffet, Frank Dungan, Jeff Stein
Director: Lee Lochhead
Guest star: David Clennon (Weckler), Zane Buzby (Unknown), Walter Janowitz (Unknown), Paul Stolarsky (Kellog), Ben Piazza (Minch), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Don Calfa (Eddie), Mari Gorman (Mrs Binder)

Christmas eve finds a group of homeless people gathering for shelter at the 12th precinct. An upset greeting card designer loses his job. A merchant is arrested for using a cattle prod on a vagrant.



156 :08x08 - The Tontine

First aired: Jan/07/1982
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Homer Powell
Guest star: Jay Robinson (Unknown), Lou Cutell (Unknown), Ivor Francis (Mercurio), Jane Dulo (Edna Sligman), Ian Wolfe (Joseph Spidonie), Dennis Lipscomb (Pryne)

One of the two survivors of a tontine plans to commit suicide so his cousin can enjoy the money he would receive.



157 :08x09 - Examination Day

First aired: Jan/14/1982
Writer: Jordan Moffet
Director: Gennaro Montanino
Guest star: Jack Kruschen (Diamond), Louis Giambalvo (Unknown), Lyman Ward (Jetter)

Inspector Luger roughs up a suspect, and then chastises Barney for being too soft. Meanwhile, the officers are on the streets in uniform while Levitt and others take a sergeants examination.



158 :08x10 - The Clown

First aired: Jan/21/1982
Writer: Sam Simon
Director: Alan Bergmann
Guest star: Jed Mills (Unknown), Michael Alaimo (Unknown), Michael Tucci (Unknown), Walter Olkewicz (Unknown), Howard Platt (Unknown), Philip Bruns (Unknown), J.J. Barry (Arthur Duncan)

Street clowns are being single out for a rash of serial muggings. A bureaucrat eases jail overcrowding by releasing the prisoners from Madison Avenue onto the streets during the dark of night.



159 :08x11 - Chinatown (1)

First aired: Feb/04/1982
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Leonard Stone (Sidney Bottney), Joanna Barnes (Mrs. Fitzjames), George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Chao-Li Chi (Mr. Ling), Fred Sadoff (Walker)

A wealthy mugging victim catches Lt. Scanlon's eye. The owner of a restaurant is charged with breaking into his business. Harris and Dietrich are forced to share a hotel room with the only witness to a murder.



160 :08x12 - Chinatown (2)

First aired: Feb/11/1982
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Joanna Barnes (Mrs. Fitzjames), Peter Pan (Mr. Chao), Phil Diskin (Gillis), Chao-Li Chi (Mr. Ling)

Harris and Dietrich are driving each other insane while watching over an uncooperative witness to a homicide. A wealthy robbery victim charges Lt. Scanlon with harassment.



161 :08x13 - Hunger Strike

First aired: Feb/18/1982
Director: Tony Sheehan
Guest star: Stanley Kamel (Dr. Michael Fielding), Ion Teodorescu (Joseph Avrakian), Nora Meerbaum (Ms. Smith), Larry Gelman (Philip Bishop)

An activist holds a hunger strike as a protest to the nuclear arms race. Dietrich assists a man who is either speaking a foreign language, or is truly psychotic. Barney decides not to accept a nomination for promotion.



162 :08x14 - Arrival

First aired: Feb/25/1982
Writer: Jordan Moffet
Director: Lee Lochhead
Guest star: Carina Afable (Perlita Avilar), Andrew Bloch (Brysom), Alan Oppenheimer (William Dietz)

Inspector Luger's mail-order bride finally arrives, and will meet for the first time. A man claims he was mugged by an elderly woman. Petty crimes are being committed by a man with a genius IQ.



163 :08x15 - Obituary

First aired: Mar/11/1982
Writer: Nat Mauldin
Director: Gennaro Montanino
Guest star: Peggy Pope (Mrs. Bergendahl), Richard Stahl (Lund), Phil Diskin (Beilin), Barney Martin (Wendell Bergendahl), Will Seltzer (Unknown)

A citizen is angered when a local newspaper prematurely prints his obituary. A chicken thief models himself as a modern day Robin Hood.



164 :08x16 - Inquiry

First aired: Mar/26/1982
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Gennaro Montanino
Guest star: Michael Lombard (Joseph Loftis), Allan Rich (Edward Meyers), Norman Bartold (Gordon Wendell), Sal Viscuso (Victor Renaldi), Joe Mantell (Raymond Waymond), Barry Gordon (David Dingler), Bonnie Bartlett (Emily Loftis)

When the administrator for an exclusive school denies a child a place in the kindergarten class, the parents retaliate with violence. Wojo is charged with unnecessary violence during an arrest, causing an investigation with Internal Affairs.



165 :08x17 - Old Love

First aired: Apr/02/1982
Writer: Philip Jayson Lasker
Director: Hal Linden
Guest star: Mario Roccuzzo (Deluca), Ben Hammer (Unknown), Mitch Kreindel (Kroner), Sharon Spelman (Cynthia), Audrey Christie (Mrs. Kroner)

A has-been, former child actor assaults his former agent with a telephone. An old college flame of Dietrich's, spends the day with him.



166 :08x18 - Altercation

First aired: Apr/09/1982
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Alan Bergmann
Guest star: Todd Susman (Neil Hackett), Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner), Miriam Byrd-Nethery (Beverly Wakefield), Robert Pastorelli (Edward Guthrie), Rod Colbin (Lawrence Wheeler)

When shyster lawyer, Alan Ripkin threatens Harris with a second law suit, he retaliates with physical harm. A mugging victim confesses she has had a romantic spark for Barney the past 25 years.



167 :08x19 - Bones

First aired: Apr/29/1982
Director: Max Gail
Guest star: Howard Platt (Gordon Lynch), Mark Banks (James Long), Panchito Gomez (Gilbert Pedrosa), Luis Avalos (Jorge Jesus Maria Sanchez), Ivor Francis (Dr. Otto Travis)

An Indian is arrested after he steals an ancestral bone from a museum exhibit. A Boy Scout master apprehends a mugger. Meanwhile, the 12th precinct's plumbing has once again shut down.



168 :08x20 - Landmark (1)

First aired: May/06/1982
Writer: Tony Sheehan
Director: Tony Sheehan
Guest star: James Gallery (Unknown), Keith Langsdale (Unknown), Susan Tolsky (Victoria Hoffline), Philip Sterling (Howard Spangler), Al Ruscio (Jack Norrell), Pepe Serna (Julio Rodriguez)

A buyer is interested in purchasing the 12th precinct after Wojo discovers an ancient weapon hidden away. A South American immigrant requests a return home after being released as a political hostage. An unemployed man is robbed while at an ATM machine.



169 :08x21 - Landmark (2)

First aired: May/13/1982
Writer: Jeff Stein, Frank Dungan
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: Carina Afable (Perlita Avilar), James Murtaugh (Joseph Saxon), Helen Verbit (Estelle Bobus), Florence Halop (Wilma Kestner), Al Ruscio (Jack Norrell), Robert Costanzo (Professor Vincent Thorndyke)

Dietrich shuts down a school for criminals and a pair of its students. Inspector Luger decides he doesn't want to get married to Perlita. The 12th precinct is sold to a real estate developer.



170 :08x22 - Landmark (3)

First aired: May/20/1982
Writer: Jeff Stein, Tony Sheehan, Frank Dungan
Director: Danny Arnold
Guest star: George Murdock (Lt. Ben Scanlon), Walter Janowitz (Unknown), Jack DeLeon (Marty), Stanley Brock (Bruno Bender), Meshach Taylor (Melvin Jackson), F. William Parker (Unknown), Carina Afable (Perlita Avilar), Ray Stewart (Daryl Driscoll), J.J. Barry (Mr. Duncan), John Dullaghan (Ray), Mari Gorman (Mrs Binder), Oliver Clark (Carl Ebling), Earl Boen (Warren Gimble), Ralph Manza (Mr Roth), Judson Morgan (Unknown)

Old faces stop by the 12th precinct to bid farewell to Barney and the squad. Harris decides to resign instead of being reassigned to Flushing Meadow.