B.J. and the Bear: Season 2, Episode 12

Silent Night, Unholy Night (15 Dec. 1979)

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BJ helps a pregnant lady who has some very incriminating evidence against the evil sheriff, Nathan McCandles, on Christmas Eve.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Pamela Susan Shoop ...
Alison Spencer
Sheriff Nathan T. MacCandles
Tom Spencer
Joshua Shelley ...
Otto Felix ...
Deputy Higgins
Janet Julian ...
Tommy (as Janet Louise Johnson)
Officer Cain
Hank Garrett ...
Officer Rosen
Susan Powell ...
Jill Cummings (as Susan Gay Powell)
Tom Jackman ...
Deputy Karlen
Hank Underwood ...


BJ helps a pregnant lady who has some very incriminating evidence against the evil sheriff, Nathan McCandles, on Christmas Eve.

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Adventure | Comedy




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15 December 1979 (USA)  »

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Alison Spencer: What are you looking at?"
BJ McKay: I'm just lookin' at your eyes that's all.
Alison Spencer: Oh, they're all sunken and tired.
BJ McKay: No, no, No, No, They're beautiful. It's amazing what you can tell from somebody's eyes uh? It's like they, like little mirrors, show everything. Everything you're feeling and everything you're thinkin'.
Alison Spencer: You know what I see in your eyes?
BJ McKay: No, what?
Alison Spencer: A lot of compassion.
BJ McKay: That's 'cause I don't like to see people getting hurt, ya know, I like to see people happy.
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The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
Composed by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells
Performed by Greg Evigan
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