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Ponch has returned to the police force, and is determined to help his friend Jon in investigating various car thefts.

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Cast

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Captain Jon Baker
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Officer Frank 'Ponch' Poncherello
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CHP Commissioner Joseph Getraer
Paul Korver ...
Officer Peter Roulette
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Officer Sergeant McFall
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Herself (as Judge Judy Sheindlin)
Jonathan Baker ...
Bicyclist
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Ricardo
John Bebita ...
Medic
Jerry Bishop ...
Announcer
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Bendix
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Himself
Brian Fenwick ...
Slater
Brodie Greer ...
Baricza
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Nyeman
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Ponch has returned to the police force, and is determined to help his friend Jon in investigating various car thefts.

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It's their road. It's their rules.

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Crime | Drama

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27 October 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

I peripolos tis ethnikis odou  »

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Goofs

When the driver of the Porsche sees smoke coming from his car he says "Ultimate Driving Machine my butt". "Ultimate Driving Machine" is the BMW marketing slogan. See more »

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Referenced in V.I.P.: Thunder Val (1999) See more »

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Something is not right.
17 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

During the show's final season, the character of Jon Baker left the CHP and was in Wyoming with his father. And Ponch was there with a new partner, Bobby Nelson. Eventually, his brother, Bruce would become Ponch's new partner. First off, it was strange that Bruce was there and Bobby wasn't, and he wasn't even mentioned. And as I said Jon was the one who left and Ponch stayed, so why was it that Jon was the one who was now the Captain and Ponch was the one who came back. It doesn't make much sense to me. Unless you are not that devout a follower of the show. Like on EIGHT IS ENOUGH, one the characters was an actress for most the series' run but during the final season tried out broadcast journalism. But when the reunion movie came out, she was an actress again.


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