Ponch teaches the explorer scouts the value of teamwork during a basketball game against their rivals. Meanwhile, a junior high shakedown ring is infiltrated.
Did You Know?
Carter uses the radio identifier 23 (the 15 spoken is the radio frequency used) when pursuing the stolen Chrysler. This same radio identifier was used by Webster in CHiPs: Firepower
(1983). In the past, officers used numbers and phonetic identifiers, such as 7 Adam (Baricza), 7 Charles (Clark), or 7 David (Turner). See more
Subordinates would not take a theft report involving a superior officer such as Getraer, especially since Getraer was negligent and in violation of state law for leaving his keys in the car. The report would either be taken by local law enforcement or CHP personnel not in Getraer's chain of command. See more
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