Gannon and Friday visit a self-described guru who advocates mind-expansion through drugs. Brother William is suspected of giving or selling LSD to minors. The detectives debate their ideas of drug use with the suspect.

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Gannon and Friday visit a self-described guru who advocates mind-expansion through drugs. Brother William is suspected of giving or selling LSD to minors. The detectives debate their ideas of drug use with the suspect.

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11 January 1968 (USA)  »

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William Bentley: And we're right back where we began. You haven't made a point. You claim marijuana leads to hard narcotics and ultimate addiction. I disagree, because most people are normal, and only a psychologically defective personality is prone to true addiction.
Friday: You're half-right, Bentley.
William Bentley: Half-right?
Friday: It takes more than psychologically defective personalities to become addicts
William Bentley: Really? What's that?
Friday: Something to become addicted to.
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Born with no eyes
22 January 2013 | by (Sun City, Arizona) – See all my reviews

That's what this episode wants you to believe. They got away with their ignorant diatribe back in 1968, but such phony milk-toast is boring today. If you are having any fun, then you must be breaking the law. If you are wearing anything other than a black/gray suit, then you must be doing something illegal.

It's a shame that Harry Morgan had his acting skills connected to this show. Playing the perpetual unsmiling character of Jack Webb must have been a burden. His yawning speeches of morality make me cringe. His fawning public wanted 4 seasons of this stuff? Is this the best he could do after appearing in Sunset Blvd?


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