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I remember watching C.O.P.S. and buying the toys and all that jazz. It was great! Very entertaining and interesting, a cops show designed for the Saturday morning set. I even remember friends debating a scene where they catch a criminal and he begins to cry, one friend wonders why and the other goes on about the conditions of living in prison. See this was my childhood OZ!
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