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Log 22:...So This Little Guy Goes Into a Bar, and... 

"Log 22:...So This Little Guy Goes Into a Bar, and..." is an episode of Adam-12 starring Martin Milner, Kent McCord, and Gary Crosby. Reed hears a joke from Ed Wells before roll call, then spends the shift retelling it to Malloy. The partners solve a mystery for a little old lady. Later, Reed needs to break up a noisy party hosted by an old school chum.

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... Officer Pete Malloy
... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
... Alice Hoyt
... Henry Fletcher
Joyana Frederics ... Muriel Fletcher (as Joy Ana Frederics)
... Howie Hewlitt
Donna Mantoan ... Lorna
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Dick O'Shea ... Man
Tom Williams ... Peters
Penny Gaston ... Jan Hewlitt
Barbara Luddy ... Woman
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Wells tells Reed a joke before shift that has Reed in stitches which he tells Malloy in between calls on the shift. An elderly lady reports her jealous friends took a mink scarf. She keeps it in the refrigerator but Malloy discovers it in the freezer. A domestic dispute has an angry husband cutting his wife's hand but Malloy has a bad feeling about it. Further checking proves Malloy right. They wanted the husband arrested to increase their welfare payments. Reed finishes the story with Malloy and two officers at dinner but only one of the officers thinks it is funny. A noisy party call involves Reed's high school friend who thought Reed would ignore the issue but Reed forces him to quiet down the party much to everyone's displeasure. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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5 April 1969 (USA)  »

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Awful Music!
24 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

This was an average sort of Adam - 12 episode. The usual collection of calls. But, in this particular episode all the calls are fairly minor and easily dealt with. And in this episode the underlying theme is Reed's attempt at finishing telling a long joke he heard, to Malloy. The radio keeps him from being able to finish his story until later in the episode. And once he does. Malloy and some other are not impressed, and Reed can't understand why. He winds up learning a lesson about superior officers, and their comic abilities. The negative the reappearance of the cheesy rock music that used over and over whenever a party or thoughtless person involves music. This stuff was terrible from the minute it was conceived, and it hasn't gotten any better. It's more of that awful synthesizer music that was all over TV in the late 1960's and all through the 1970's. It was all barely musical and got old very fast. Television shows were loath to pay for real music back in the day for some reason.


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