Malloy sits one out as Reed drives and pairs up with a new partner: Dana Hall, a policewoman! The sexual attitudes of the 1970s run rampant with Wells representing the worst of the era while Reed, ever the Renaissance Man, treats his temporary partner with respect and bemusement.
Did You Know?
Ed Wells is not wearing Corporeal stripes that he was been seen wearing in the past having Malloy outrank him. See more
The scenes where the cruiser is driving in the parking ramp, other than when it is parked, the steel whip antenna is missing. This is so the long whip does not continually hit the cement beams of the low parking ramp and make a noise or damage the car. See more