Barney Miller: Season 8, Episode 16

Inquiry (26 Mar. 1982)

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Internal Affairs is called in when an arrest target levels a charge of excessive force against Wojo. An angry parent takes action when an exclusive kindergarten denies admission to his child.

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Internal Affairs is called in when an arrest target levels a charge of excessive force against Wojo. An angry parent takes action when an exclusive kindergarten denies admission to his child.

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Michael Lombard and Barry Gordon
1 September 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Inquiry" begins with mugging victim Edward Meyers (Allan Rich, last of three) arrested for mugging someone else, desperate for cash since he'd just been robbed. Joseph M. Loftis (Michael Lombard, last of four) and wife Emily (Bonnie Bartlett, second of two) cause a disturbance at the Wainwright Academy for Boys after their 3 year old son is rejected by the admissions director. The school's headmaster (Norman Bartold, last of five) comes down to press charges (Harris: "are we missing our nap time?"), suggesting the Tick Tock Day School instead ("they'll take anybody!"). The main focus is Wojo's having to shoot an armed assailant high on drugs (Sal Viscuso, last of four), forcing an interdepartmental inquiry conducted by attorney Raymond Waymond (Joe Mantell), with Wojo represented by David Fingler (Barry Gordon from FISH, last of two). The third degree doesn't sit well with the hard working Wojo, fearlessly admitting to wanting to blow away the guy, who was nicked in the arm but otherwise unharmed (Barney doesn't believe that anything serious will come of it).


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