Adam-12 (1968–1975)
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Log 142: As High as You Are 

Malloy and Reed encounter a lion in an apartment building and investigate a break-in at a medical supply warehouse. Malloy fends off cop haters and maintains the peace.

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Officer Pete Malloy
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Officer Jim Reed
Jerry Ayres ...
Herbert
Frank Campanella ...
Ben Owen
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Will Davis
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Mrs. Killian
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Mrs. Langborne
Tony Colti ...
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Michael Bow ...
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As he is now a father, Reed is reading up on dogs in relation to children, believing it will also assist in any cases that involve the need to identify dog breeds. Early on in Adam-12's shift, they stop a motorist on a routine non-functioning brake light issue. Although the on-paper items with this stop check through, Malloy notices something that may make this not a routine stop. Next, they are called to a medical supply warehouse, where a silent alarm has been broken. Inside, they find the perpetrator who in many ways could not have chosen a better warehouse to break into for what he is going through. But in processing this case, Malloy and Reed also have to deal with a group of irate men outside, they who spotted the patrol car and refuse to let them carry out their duties as the brother of one of those men was recently arrested - unfairly in his mind - and deal with the uncooperative owner of the medical supplies company who is solely concerned about his personal property and not ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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20 December 1969 (USA)  »

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Reed mentions about "How every boy should have a dog." while reading a book about different dogs. This implies that he plans to get a dog for his newborn son. However in the previous season Reed had already stated that he and his wife had a dog that just had puppies as he was trying to give them away to other officers at the station. See more »

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