Reed can't think about much beyond Malloy paying off his lost bet to him, the payoff a nice French dinner out for him and his wife. Malloy, on the other hand, would rather forget the entire bet. But first, they will have to deal with two calls where some of the supposed victims in question are less than cooperative. First, they are called to an upscale home, where the maid reports a missing seven-month old infant. But when the homeowners, the Wilkinsons, arrive home, they, acting suspiciously, tell Malloy and Reed that the infant is with its grandmother. And second, they are called to a home with a suspected prowler. Upon their arrival, they do find a man outside trying to get into the home, but the young mother inside, who is also acting suspiciously, says the supposed prowler is indeed a man she knows. Malloy and Reed just hope that the two sets of victims will voluntarily come forward with whatever they are hiding. Next, they deal with a theft at a college's football team locker ... Written by
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James Lydon, who played "Tyler", the bogus adoption agent, also starred with Martin Milner in the movie, "Life With Father" in 1947. Lydon played Martin Milner's older brother, Clarence Day, Jr. See more