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Episode List



5 Jan. 1971
A Short Course in War
Student activists protesting for academic changes at their college take over the administrative building, and hold Julie and an elderly and ill female teacher hostage. Meanwhile, a seemingly quiet but demented student named Walter has taken their otherwise peaceful fight into fanatical-warlike territory with a rifle and other weapons! It's up to both the men of Mod Squad and the hostages to stop Walter before he kills any more innocent people.
12 Jan. 1971
Kicks Incorporated
Linc goes undercover in a well organized ring of vandals who have been harassing a number of citizens. The leader behind the ring is a golfing partner of Lieutenant Greer's.
19 Jan. 1971
A Bummer for R.J.
In a reversal of the more common situation, a conventional young friend of Julie's asks the trio's help in locating her father, who has gone into the hippie subculture. Unknown to any of them, he has also unwittingly become involved in a girl's murder, which the trio is also trying to solve.
26 Jan. 1971
The Hot, Hot Car
A businessman reports the theft of his partner's car---and admits that he wired it with dynamite, set to go off in eight hours. Unfortunately, the search for the car is complicated, as the thieves change the plates, and the car changes drivers more than once.
9 Feb. 1971
Suffer, Little Children
A straight-laced young minister comes to L.A. to investigate the murder of his brother, a doctor who had set up an inner city free clinic for homeless and runaway youths. Many stolen goods were found in the doctor's clinic after his murder, and no one, including Pete, Linc, and Julie as well as the brother, believe he could have been involved in burglary. Linc is assigned to go undercover and accompany the minister in his search for answers.
16 Feb. 1971
Is That Justice? No, It's the Law
Greer and another veteran cop have both been frustrated by a drug pusher they've been trying to nail, who has twice had his case dismissed on legal technicalities. Finally, the third time appears to be the clincher, as the man is caught at an airport with a case full of heroin. But then the pusher calls Greer to his cell and insists that he has been framed, and Greer reluctantly agrees that something about the case doesn't fit.
23 Feb. 1971
A Double for Danger
A girl working undercover for a cop trying to bring down a drug lord is accidentally killed. Because of her resemblance to the dead girl, Julie is quickly recruited to impersonate her and continue in the mission, despite the great risk.
2 Mar. 1971
Welcome to Our City
The trio tries to help a boy in his search for his father, who came to L.A. from West Virginia hoping to find work. It soon becomes apparent that there are people who don't want them to find the man, and that he is in debt to loan sharks.
9 Mar. 1971
The Comeback
A middle-aged legendary prizefighter tries for a comeback match, mainly to please his troubled son, whom he thinks wants him to prove he's not a has-been. But the son may have other reasons: he is in debt to gamblers who want him to give them inside information on his dad's odds. Linc feels that the fighter may be in physical danger if he goes ahead with the match.
16 Mar. 1971
We Spy
While working undercover as safe crackers, Pete and Linc meet a timid, clumsy young man who asks them to teach him about their trade. They learn that the young man has a twin brother who is a successful businessman. What they don't know is that the businessman is actually the leader of the industrial spying ring they are trying to investigate. And that's only the start of the surprises to come.
23 Mar. 1971
The Price of Love
When his motorcycle breaks down on a trip, Linc stops in an abandoned town, only to discover that a kidnapped boy is being held there for ransom. The kidnappers decide to hold Linc as well until they get the money.
14 Sep. 1971
The Sentinals
While searching for a pair of murderers, the trio uncovers a link between murder, a stolen car and a threatened epidemic.
21 Sep. 1971
Julie and a young boy named Cricket go to the park where Cricket finds a gun dropped by a man he runs into. Cricket then accidentally shoots Julie and, thinking he's killed her, runs away.
28 Sep. 1971
Home Is the Streets
A former addict helps the trio catch a cop killer - her own stepfather.
5 Oct. 1971
After Julie picks up a blind hitchhiker, they have a flat tire and flag down a passing car for help. Unfortunately, the people in the car trick them into switching cars and abandon them in the desert.
12 Oct. 1971
Color of Laughter, Color of Tears
A circus owner asks the trio for help in finding out who's committed sabotage and murder in the big top.
19 Oct. 1971
The Medicine Men
Julie is drawn into a bittersweet romance and blackmail.
26 Oct. 1971
The Sands of Anger
Julie, Linc and Pete attend a dune buggy race where a pickup truck blows up, killing a young man Julie had just met. The trio then investigate the incident, suspecting foul play.
2 Nov. 1971
The Poisoned Mind
After Captain Greer shoots and kills a young man in self defense during a bust, he suffers from feelings of guilt and remorse. Julie suggests he take a vacation at a secluded resort to sort things out.
9 Nov. 1971
Exit the Closer
The trio helps a used-car salesman who's made a deal with the devil.
16 Nov. 1971
Whatever Happened to Linc Hayes?
On his way to the liquor store, Linc is mugged and hit over the head. When he comes to, he wanders around in a daze, unable to remember who he is or what he was doing.
23 Nov. 1971
And a Little Child Shall Bleed Them
The trio must protect a TV clown from an assassination attempt.
30 Nov. 1971
Real Loser
Someone is out to kill an unfortunate young man.
7 Dec. 1971
Death of a Nobody
The trio investigates after an innocent bystander is killed by a speeding car after it narrowly misses Pete.
14 Dec. 1971
Feet of Clay
Linc saves a guard from a warehouse fire, then gets involved with a young-deaf mute targeted for assassination.

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