Malloy is embarrassed at morning inspection as Mac notices that his driver's license has expired, meaning that he and Reed will have to switch responsibilities for their shift, which Reed ... See full summary »

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Tyler Finch
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Malloy is embarrassed at morning inspection as Mac notices that his driver's license has expired, meaning that he and Reed will have to switch responsibilities for their shift, which Reed relishes. As such, it's going to be a long shift for Malloy. On patrol, they are flagged down by a young teen girl, who tells them that a man in an ice cream truck tried to sell her drugs. What concerns Malloy and Reed the most is that the girl's description sounds like the pusher is targeting youth. Next, they attend to a call of a bank robbery in progress. Upon their arrival, they find that the robber is not all he appears on the surface. Next, they attend to a call from Lars Lowell, a man who had been out of town for six weeks, and upon arriving home found that everything in the house had been stolen. He knows who the thieves are from reports from a specific neighbor, one thief who is open about what she did and does not understand why what she did was wrong. Their next call is a report of a ... Written by Huggo

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11 March 1971 (USA)  »

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The character name Camille Gearhardt was previously used in the Dragnet episode The Hammer (episode 1.7) from March of 1967. See more »

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When Malloy jumps from the car to chase the man involved in the ice cream truck drug deal. His hat falls out onto the ground and when Reed moves the car he runs over Malloy's hat. The question is, was this written this way in the first place. Or did it happen during the film by accident? Leading to some new lines having to be added to save that film. And avoid a re-shoot. See more »

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