Friday and Gannon investigate the murder of a man found in an alley, with no leads or witnesses. Friday invites Gannon and his wife, and a date over to his apartment for a dinner party.

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Eileen Gannon
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Edie Augburn
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Roy Sellick
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Virna Sellick
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Frank Wheeler
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Lofkin
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Capt. Hugh Brown
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Friday and Gannon investigate the murder of a man found in an alley, with no leads or witnesses. Friday invites Gannon and his wife, and a date over to his apartment for a dinner party.

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24 October 1968 (USA)  »

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In the 6/16/2013 Mad Men episode, "The Quality of Mercy," Don Draper is shown watching this episode. See more »

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Joe invites his partner and his wife over for dinner. The original plan was to have dinner at 6:30. Moments after his partner and wife arrive, they are interrupted by another neighbour regarding a noise complaint. Joe tells the neighbour that it's only 8:00. An hour and a half has mysteriously disappeared from the City of Los Angeles. See more »

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The credits for this episode list Sam Edwards as being in the episode as a character named George Haller. Sam Edwards was never in the episode and their was never a character with the name George Haller. See more »

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A followup to "The Big Neighbor".
22 November 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In many ways, this episode from season 3 is like a followup to Season 2, Episode 5: "The Big Neighbor". In "The Big Neighbor", Joe goes to Bill's house on an off day to watch a football game. And, because of constant interruptions from neighbors, they never really got to see much of the game. In this episode, Joe invites the Gannons to his apartment for a cookout with his girlfriend. But, like this previous episode, again and again things seem to conspire to ruin the evening--things at work, Friday's lady friend coming late and problems with the neighbors. It just goes to show you that a cop's job is never done! It's all very mundane but at least gives you an idea of what life is like if you work for the police department. Not a must-see, but an example of the sorts of unusual episodes that began to appear more and more frequently following the first season.


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