Malloy and Reed are on front desk duty because Malloy has a busted hand. A rally at a college gets rowdy requiring Reed to assist, leaving Malloy at the desk worrying about Reed. Malloy's shift isn't all quiet as he captures two criminals.


(as Alan Crosland)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Officer Doris Mills
William Boyett ...
Ed Ligh
Mrs. Higgins
Mr. Edwards
Off. Sanchez
Off. Williams
Scott McCartor ...
Ed Ligh, Jr. (as Scott G. McCartor)
John Nolan ...
Bill Bradley
Walter Kightly ...
Off. Grant


Out of circumstance, primarily the result of Malloy's on-the-job sustained injured wrist, Malloy and Reed are assigned to the desk for their shift. Along with them is Officer Doris Mills, who is fresh out of the academy and who is assigned the desk for the next three months. Despite hoping that it will be a quiet night, they know it has the potential to blow up because of a student protest taking place in Grant Park. They are not so concerned about the student protesters who Malloy believes have some legitimate gripes, but rather the "sympathizers" i.e. those who seem to protest anything for the sake of causing a ruckus. Reed spends the better part of the start of the shift helping a walk-in who reported part of his car stolen, the process to report which would go faster if Reed knew the correct form to use. Meanwhile, Malloy and Mills deal with an elderly women picked up at the bus station for possible vagrancy. They use the soft approach in trying to get her story, which looks to be... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery





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21 March 1970 (USA)  »

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