A few teenagers want to start their own country on an island off the coast of California. They steal from local stores to fund their efforts.




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Episode complete credited cast:
Paul Seever
Roger Mobley ...
Charles L. Vail
Dennis J. Meldon
Nathan Vollmer
Ed Deemer ...
Off. Jim Edwards
Lindon Crow ...
Off. Wilson


A few teenagers want to start their own country on an island off the coast of California. They steal from local stores to fund their efforts.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery




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7 March 1968 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Roger Mobley went on to be an undercover narcotics officer and a green beret. See more »


Sergeant Joe Friday: Don't think you have a corner on all the virtue vision in the country or that everyone else is fat and selfish and yours is the first generation to come along that's felt dissatisfied. They all have, you know, about different things; and most of them didn't have the opportunity and freedoms that you have. Let's talk poverty. In most parts of the world, that's not a problem, it's a way of life. And rights? They're liable to give you a blank stare because they may not know what you're talking ...
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They stole everything but soap....
21 November 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This show begins with a robbery. A business is being burglarized after hours but when the business owner shows up, he's roughed up and a group of hippies escape with a lot of merchandise. The list of supplies is rather odd and why they stole these items is confusing. A short time later, this same group rob another store but some of them are caught. The arresting officers bring three dumb hippies to Friday and Gannon to question.

The WHY is interesting. These jerks want to start their own Utopia--living primitively on an island. They hope to live on love and see themselves as superior to the 'bankrupt society', though they don't seem to see that by stealing and assaulting people they are far from superior! And, to make things worse, they are dumber than a trees--as they seem to have no idea how to survive in the wilderness. In fact, dumb is too good a word--they somehow go beyond mere stupidity because of their senses of entitlement and moral superiority. To quote Eric Cartman "@#^*!@@# hippies!".

Overall, the episode does come off as a bit preachy and talky--like Joe Friday versus hippies. However, in this case, you can't help but agree with Joe about these kids in particular--they are total jerks.

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