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No, not exactly. Though fourteen years after the series ended stars Martin Milner and Kent McCord reunited in a cable television movie called Nashville Beat which aired in 1989. They portrayed two veteran police officers who had begun their careers with the LAPD and had transferred to the Nashville, TN police department. Cast as Captain Brian O' Neal and Lieutenant Mike Delaney, Milner and McCord were now back in uniform and with their police expertise they were now fighting big city crime again though this time in the deep south. This television movie marked the first time that these actors had worked together since the end of Adam-12 and their new characters were remarkably similar to their old Adam-12 personas.

The dispatcher is saying, "See the woman." This means that a woman has called the police and they are being told to speak with her at the address the dispatcher gives to them. FYI, it's my understanding that all dispatchers cast for the series were working LAPD dispatchers.


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