Man-eating cat stalks the Sierras, making Stu's inquiry about a friend's daughter a low priority with frazzled mountain residents. Stu's old buddy suspects his daughter is rebelling against his strict single-parenting by getting mixed-up with shady characters. A mild-mannered geology professor boarding at the buddy's house, packing heat on his wilderness sabbatical makes Stu wary too.
Did You Know?
This episode marks the return of Edd "Kookie" Byrnes to the show following his contract dispute with Warner Brothers. See more
In close up scenes Bailey drives a 1960 Thunderbird convertible, but the car being driven up the mountain in the distance shots is a 1959-60 Pontiac Bonneville. See more
Hi Kookie, Did you finish your training?
Are you kidding? I'm the new secret weapon.
Ours or theirs?
Let's face it, Stu. We've all aged since I've been away, including your jokes.
77 Sunset Strip
Written by Mack David
and Jerry Livingston
Theme song; short instrumental version played during opening credits; full vocal version performed during closing credits See more