Mod Squad: Season 2, Episode 26

The Loser (7 Apr. 1970)
"The Mod Squad" The Loser (original title)

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After he tries to stop a runaway car, the son of a former cop and friend of Captain Greer is charged with stealing the vehicle. Then it is learned that the car, which belonged to a judicial... See full summary »

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Claire Tragis
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Russ Hayman
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George Williamson
Milton Selzer ...
Alfred Weaver
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Brad Johnson
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Louise Johnson
Robert Broyles
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After he tries to stop a runaway car, the son of a former cop and friend of Captain Greer is charged with stealing the vehicle. Then it is learned that the car, which belonged to a judicial candidate's campaign worker, was also involved in a hit-and-run. The trio goes undercover at the candidate's headquarters to further investigate. Written by rbecker28

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Trivia

When Claire answers the phone at the campaign headquarters, a close up of the telephone dial shows its number to be 311 555-2368. This is a phone number set aside by AT&T as a safe phone number for use in any movie or TV show. It has been used a number of times and was most famously used as the phone number of Jim Rockford in The Rockford Files, where it's visible during the opening credits of that show. See more »

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In Linc's apartment, a distressed Greer enters, and is poured a drink. As he leaves, he pauses in the doorway. Outside of Linc's doorway is a painted backdrop of banana leaves and garden. The backdrop is not high enough behind Greer's head level. Above the edge are boards and a horizontal steel pipe in the studio. See more »

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