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Episode List



1 Jan. 1968
Bed of Strangers
Charles DeClose receives a call at his office from someone telling him that his wife is having an affair with her young tennis instructor. He grabs a gun from his desk and goes to confront them near the tennis courts. The instructor manages to disarm Mr. DeClose, but a fight ensues, and while the younger man has him on the ground in a choke hold, DeClose manages to grab a nearby rock and fatally strike him. Sam andJim pursue him as he goes on a rampage involving kidnappkidnapping, assassault and car theft.
8 Jan. 1968
Killing, Country Style
Detectives Sam and Jim work to create an airtight case against mobster Gus Mills so he can be extradited. But Mills is intent on disrupting their effort by sending his gang to make the evidence disappear.
15 Jan. 1968
The Flip Side of Fear: Part 1
The manager of popular singer Julie Browne is found dead on the beach. Sam and Jim follow the trail to creepy music publisher Ollie Olds, who's out to get her contract by any means possible.
22 Jan. 1968
The Flip Side of Fear: Part 2
Jim escapes death in a burning car, intensifying his efforts to nail Olds, who's got Julie under the influence of LSD and planning to marry her.
5 Feb. 1968
The Love Victim
Con artist Tycer (sic) Edwards has beautiful young heiress Susan Douglas convinced that he wants to marry her, but he's really a kidnapper out to get a ransom from her rich father. Sam and Jim try to convince Mr. Douglas to let them handle the situation, but he refuses and sends his tough-guy chauffeur to deliver the money, resulting in the chauffeur being shot and killed.
12 Feb. 1968
The Deadly Abductors
Reformed safecracker Jonah Clifton is being transported by Sam and another cop to testify in a trial when they're ambushed by three punks. Sam and the other cop are critically wounded, Clifton is taken hostage,and Jim and Dan are on their trail.They plan to use Clifton in a burglary they're planning to commit.
19 Feb. 1968
Nightmare on a Dead-End Street
A hit man is killed by a car bomb which he planted to kill Jim. As this was the third such attempt on his life in recent days, the young cop is ordered to go into hiding while Sam tries to figure out who's after him. Determining that Mob boss Cal Wolff is behind the threats, Sam deduces that Jim saw something, possibly Wolff being in the company of a girl who washed up dead on the beach.
26 Feb. 1968
Epitaph for a Cop
Sam and Jim drop by a coffee house he likes. After they leave two men come in and kill the owner whom Sam knows. They leave a note telling Sam they're after him. Sam takes it hard. Later one of them calls Sam on the pretext of being able to give him info on who killed the owner. When they get there, they to kill him but miss. Sam is later told to stay off the streets. On info they give Dan, he thinks he knows who's after Sam.
4 Mar. 1968
Man on Fire
A mild mannered man "Bug", is a paid arsonist but fails to complete an assignment. Detectives Sam and Jim are confident he will try again and must find a way to stop him.
11 Mar. 1968
Image of Evil
Stone and Briggs are investigating the death of a man who fell out of the sky. They suspect that the man fell out of a plane. They talk to his wife who says he went to work but Stone thinks she wants to tell them something but is afraid to. They learn that the man her husband works, Virgil Haney has a private plane. They talk to him and denies that he was in the area where the man fell. Stone thinks he's lying. He talks to the pilot who says what Haney said but Stone senses he's lying. He talks to a Senator whom Haney has dealings with. The Senator on Haney's ...
18 Mar. 1968
The Human Target
Sam and Jim arrive at the scene of a warehouse robbery and murder. The dead man is the co-owner of the warehouse, andhis partner blames Sam for the death. He convinced the warehouse owner to take a chance and hire ex-con Joe Morales, whom the co-owner insists is the killer. As they search for the young fugitive, Sam can't help but be convinced that he was framed.
27 Sep. 1968
A Fashion for Dying
Top fashion model Bobo pulls designer T.J. Gaynor away from his party for a private discussion. She tells him she's pregnant and that he's the father and that he'd better be ready to pay her a lot of money. Gaynor strikes her, causing her to fall and fatally strike her head. He drags the body to his balcony and throws her off, making it appear to be a suicide. Arriving on the scene, Sam immediately is skeptical that her death was a suicide. Gaynor immediately turns his attention to aspiring model Lynne, thinking her to be a possible witness. Can Sam and Jim save her ...
4 Oct. 1968
Jury of One
Four teenagers, three boys and a girl, break into a house under construction in order to get high. A bit of horseplay ensues, during which the girl falls through a plate glass door and is badly injured. One of the boys drops the girl off at a hospital emergency room and flees, and before she goes fully unconscious, she tells the attending nurse that 'Joe Jack' was the name of the boy who dropped her off. Sam recognizes Joe Jack as Johnny Taylor, the son of a friend of his, lawyer Royce Taylor. He goes to see them, but doesn't get much help from Johnny, as Royce has ...
11 Oct. 1968
Underground Nightmare
Ellen Willis pays a frantic visit to the Squad, claiming that her boyfriend, Eddie Costa, was murdered for real in a death scene from an underground film by hippie producer Benjy Panozian. Sam and Jim drop in on the filmmaker, but all they get from Panozian is that Eddie is alive and doesn't want anything to do with the 'square' Ellen. They really can't do much of anything else, but when Eddie is found dead for certain from a stab wound, they visit Benjy again and get even more of a runaround.
18 Oct. 1968
The Deadly Innocents
Betty Joyce Foster is babysitting when she looks into the window of the neighbors and witnesses the man of the house in an argument with a much younger man. She sees the older man strike the younger man from behind, possibly killing him. Sam and Jim investigate the neighbors, Mr. and Mrs.AAnderson, after Betty Joyce calls them, but no evidence of foul play is found and the girl is found to have a very active imagination. Shortly thereafter, the body of another young girl is fished out of the ocean, and her boyfriend, who's wanted for questioning, is missing, followed ...
1 Nov. 1968
Kiss Me, Kill You
Aggie Sloan, an heiress, seduces Art, a much older gas station owner, and brings him back to her family's mansion, where things start to get weird. Her brother Tony accuses Art via loudspeaker of seducing his sister, and the older man tries to escape the mansion but is unable to. Sam and Jim are assigned to investigate Art's disappearance. Meanwhile, Tony pulls the same thing with a waitress named Mary, and Aggie's menacing voice is heard over the loudspeaker. Now there are two mysterious disappearances connected to the bored rich kids. Jim sets himself up as a third ...
8 Nov. 1968
The Nowhere Man: Part 1
As Sam and Jim begin their investigation into a fatal armed robbery, they welcome a new detective to the squad, a young black man named Cliff Sims. From the description of the killer, Cliff is able to identify him as Jesse Hawkins, a guy he knows from the neighborhood and whose brother happens to be a leading black militant. He manages to get Rex, Jesse's brother, to try and persuade him to turn himself in, but his efforts fail, leading Cliff to question whether or not he wants to continue being a cop, despite encouragement from his fellow officers.
15 Nov. 1968
The Nowhere Man: Part 2
Sam tries to persuade young black detective Cliff Sims to remain on the force, to no avail. The robbery and murder suspect he tried to help, Jesse Hawkins, is now threatening Cliff and his family, adding to his burden.
22 Nov. 1968
Matched for Murder
Two strangling deaths are connected to a computer dating service. Sam and Jim must race to prevent a third girl from being killed.
29 Nov. 1968
The Fatal Hours
Dan was on his way to the station with a woman when suddenly they both collapse. They're brought to the hospital. Sam and Jim show up and learn that they were poisoned and that unless they know what they were poisoned with, they don't have much time. They learn that the woman went to the station and was saying that her life was being threatened and wouldn't say anything else. Dan brought her home and somehow convinced her to file a report. He was bringing her when they collapsed. Sam and Jim go to her apartment and see that they had coffee. So they take everything to ...
13 Dec. 1968
Jim escorts a woman who is testifying against a criminal he and Dan pursued. When in court the man's girlfriend gives him a gun and he then takes the woman testifying against him hostage and shoots Jim. He then takes the woman and runs. Dan arrives and while Jim is being treated, he tries to find the man. Dan is told the building's been sealed so he can't get out. But Dan knows the man didn't just decide to do this, he planned it so he must have some kind of escape plan. He figures out what it is and catches his accomplices but the man shows up and goes back into the ...
20 Dec. 1968
The Distant Shore
George 'Lucky' Collins escapes from prison, where he was serving a sentence for manslaughter. He picks up his adorable young daughter as she's walking home from school. Sam and Jim pursue them as they make their way to a boat, where Lucky plans to flee, following a trail of violence.
27 Dec. 1968
Dark Memory
An accountant is fatally gunned down in a parking lot. Sam and Jim visit Reardon, the dead man's boss, and Jim discovers that his college sweetheart, Linda Jo Benson, also works for the same company. Evidence points to her either being the killer or covering for the killer. Either way, Jim has to arrest her.

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