Malloy teases Reed about calculating the cost of a new house while their first baby is still 6 months away. In the meantime they settle a domestic dispute between arguing neighbors, help a ... See full summary »

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Malloy teases Reed about calculating the cost of a new house while their first baby is still 6 months away. In the meantime they settle a domestic dispute between arguing neighbors, help a taxi driver that was just robbed, and a local man mistaken as the President by a group of rural Mexicans. Finally, they must arrest a psychotic shooter holed up in his house. Written by cine_tigers

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When Officer Malloy picks up the tear gas launcher case, the top of his bullet proof vest is sitting just below the nipple line. Immediately afterwards as he walks over to Officer Reed with the tear gas, the top of the bullet proof vest is four or five inches higher, now near the top button of his shirt. See more »

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Officer Peter J. Malloy: Come on out Slade, you're surrounded. Put the gun down and come out now. Don't shoot Slade, we see you.
[Gunshot rings out]
Officer Peter J. Malloy: Well that's not gonna work.
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Del Moore steals the scene
11 May 2015 | by (Las Vegas, NV) – See all my reviews

Jack Webb liked actors who were good at playing offbeat characters, and he used them often on his television shows. Actors like Burt Mustin, Foster Brooks, Vic Perrin, and the ill-fated Jill Banner were called upon often by Webb. One of these actors which found work frequently with Webb was Del Moore. Moore, who began as a radio announcer, also did much work for Lucille Ball and Jerry Lewis.

In this episode, Moore plays a man who is mistaken by some Mexican tourists for the President of the United States and is letting them hold a fiesta for him. Moore's down-played interaction with Malloy and Reed is one that is best left for the viewer to see.


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