Adam-12 (1968–1975)
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Log 22:...So This Little Guy Goes Into a Bar, and... 

Reed hears a joke from Ed Wells before roll call, then spends the shift retelling it to Malloy. The partners solve a mystery for a little old lady. Later, Reed needs to break up a noisy party hosted by an old school chum.

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Gary Crosby ...
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Alice Hoyt
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Henry Fletcher
Joyana Frederics ...
Muriel Fletcher (as Joy Ana Frederics)
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Howie Hewlitt
Donna Mantoan ...
Lorna
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Wells tells Reed a joke before shift that has Reed in stitches which he tells Malloy in between calls on the shift. An elderly lady reports her jealous friends took a mink scarf. She keeps it in the refrigerator but Malloy discovers it in the freezer. A domestic dispute has an angry husband cutting his wife's hand but Malloy has a bad feeling about it. Further checking proves Malloy right. They wanted the husband arrested to increase their welfare payments. Reed finishes the story with Malloy and two officers at dinner but only one of the officers thinks it is funny. A noisy party call involves Reed's high school friend who thought Reed would ignore the issue but Reed forces him to quiet down the party much to everyone's displeasure. Written by Anonymous

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5 April 1969 (USA)  »

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Another Great Episode, Thanks Guys
4 May 2007 | by (Fahaheel, Kuwait) – See all my reviews

This episode goes back to the "beat" episode where the guys take on several calls. There's a movie star appearance here, Harry Dean Stanton is a low life trying to get arrested to get more welfare for his low life family. Funny now that I think about it but welfare in a family with 5 kids often resulted in NON marriage, people will find a way to scam. Good scene were Reed is telling a college friend who is now an executive type to turn down the noise in his company party. The condescending looks he gets are very true to life. Once again Adam 12 delivers, no guns fired, or burglaries committed, or drug busts happen, but somehow the show stays entertaining based on regular peoples interactions. 8 of 10 episode, 10 of 10 show.


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