CHiPs (1977–1983)
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Mitchell & Woods 

In a spin-off episode, Ocean City PD motorcycle officers Paula Woods and Melanie Mitchell are promoted to detective and investigate a murder.

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Officer Jon Baker
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Officer Frank Poncherello
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Sgt. Joseph Getraer
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Chickee
Ann Coleman ...
Eleanor Martin
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Avrom
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Wilder
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Lawrence
Paul Gale ...
Lt. Richards
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Lance
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Billingsley
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Biker
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Buddy
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In a spin-off episode, Ocean City PD motorcycle officers Paula Woods and Melanie Mitchell are promoted to detective and investigate a murder.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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18 December 1981 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Detective Kennedy tells Detective Mitchell while in the frozen meat locker that she couldn't believe Rocky punches "these" referring to the hanging meat. They then go through the secret entrance to meet Avrom. Avrom was played by Tony Burton who played Apollo and Rocky's trainer in all the Rocky movies. See more »

Goofs

While Woods is riding on top of the criminals car, it makes a jump. When the car lands all the hub caps fly off, however, on the next shot of the car all the hub caps are in tact and on the car. See more »

Connections

References CHiPs: Ponch's Angels: Part 1 (1981) See more »

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"Bad" just isn't quite strong enough a word.
19 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So are you looking for a quality script? Keep looking! Maybe you desire a plausible plot. You won't find it here. How about some actors that rise above the level exhibited by your 5th grader's class play. Score one for the 5th grade. Hey, nobody turns on CHIPS and expects Gielgud, Olivier, and the Bard, but this train wreck makes Michael Bay seem like Stanley Kubrick. Perhaps a hack like Michael Bay would find this slop acceptable. Not everything on television rises to the level of say Lonesome Dove or MASH, but this garbage is flatter than a CD. An obvious attempt at a pilot. Mercifully, we were all spared any additional assault on our histrionic sensibilities.


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