Reed and Malloy are assigned to "team policing", where officers from different departments work as a unit. Their team uncovers and busts a car accident insurance scam and works an undercover stakeout for a daylight burglar.



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Episode complete credited cast:
William Boyett ...
Elaine Rogers
Patricia Rainier ...
Flora Bingham
William Bramley ...
Fred Culligan
Doug Johnson ...
Investigator J.J. Strickland
Gary Rogers
Fred Stromsoe ...
First Driver
Peter Leeds ...
George Porter


With the new team work concept the officers are helping each other. Malloy and Reed complete a home survey to improve the security of the house. When the owner recommends the officers check her son's room, he is embarrassed by a poster of a pig as a police officer on the wall. They handle the investigation of a traffic accident along with Officer Grant. Malloy is suspicious when a driver states a female witness gave him the name of an attorney to call. A hot dog stand owner complains about illegally parked cars at his new stand. They tell him he needs proper signs as he did at his previous place. They report their suspicions about the woman at the accident to the detectives. While at the station the boy with the poster comes by to apologize and say he is part of a neighborhood watch. Officer Grant tells them Officer Woods is handling another accident and the same woman is there. They confront her at the accident where she is again a witness. After the driver talks, she is arrested. ... Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery





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8 October 1974 (USA)  »

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William Bramley plays Fred Culligan A hot dog vendor that complains to Malloy and Reed about non customers parking in the parking lot of his hot dog joint. The officers explain to Culligan that he must have "customer only" signs on his lot. This is a repeat of Bramley"s role from "Log 131: Reed, the Dicks Have Their Jobs, and We Have Ours" from season 1 episode 4 where he played Cullen, the owner of a hot dog joint that had non customers filling up his parking lot. Malloy and Reed had to make several trips to the stand to explain the proper signage regulations. It was the exact same building and parking lot. See more »


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