Joe Friday and Bill Gannon meet Pete Malloy and Jim Reed.
The cast of Adam-12 ( Milner,McCord ) appears in this movie!
The show is mentioned by name by one of the police detectives.
Mentioned during lie detector skit
A policeman makes reference to the series: "They never shoulda taken that show off the air."
Mentioned by Jeremy over the police radio
"Wasn't he on Adam 12"
Adam-11's name is a play on the TV show's title.
Joel: 1 Adam-12, see the man who's shins were stolen.
Tom: "One Adam-12, seize the mare."
Crow: "One Adam 12, One Adam 12, seize the stupid monster."
Servo: 1 Adam-12, movie needs resuscitation.
Crow: "One Adam-12, stop the movie."
Tom: "Adam-12, what are you doing in Wisconsin?"
Crow: "One Adam-12, see the crawler."
Joel: "One Adam-12, see the hand."
Tom: "One Adam-12, One Adam-12"
Servo: Meanwhile on an Adam-12 episode not far away...
Adam-12 is mentioned
The man at the check-in window of the impound lot asks Carey "You ever patrol with those two guys from Adam-12?".
Servo: 1 Adam-12 see thousest the main corner of Coldwater and Mullholland.
Listed as fake reason Pete became a police officer.
Adam Shatner's son is called Adam 12
Adam 12 mentioned
Kill Moves calls "One-Adam-12"
Included in a $16,000 question
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "TV Numbers"
A Houston police officer identifies his patrol unit over the radio as "1 Adam 12," which is the same patrol unit identification used by the main characters in the classic TV series Adam-12 (1968).
Chet's radio call sign is "One Arkin 12," "One Sandler 12," and "One Carolla 12" - all Adams.
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Mike.
The firefighters are watching an Adam 12 episode and miss the end due to going on a call. Gage spends the remainder of the episode attempting to find out how the show ended.
At least one clip from the "Adam-12" series was included in this "Frontline" episode.
shown in Jack Webb segment
Shown as part of the 1970 episode, even though it originally aired in 1968.
Parodied as "Adam and Eve 12".