Animals have been trained to rob banks. Meanwhile, Ponch is being mistaken for a Chippendale's stripper.
Did You Know?
When Randi Oakes had first visited Hollywood Tropicana in the episode Alarmed, she described the female mud wrestling as "vulgar, demeaning and debasing". Apparently seeing the men strip off their clothes at Chippendales is different, as she tells Paul Linke when he questions her about the show she's going to: "... because the striptease dancers are men? Big deal Grossie. Welcome to the 1980s." See more
Getraer tells Baker and Poncherello that Herzog is facing 5 years for robbery and 14 years for hit and run. Circa 1982 in California, the penalty for felony robbery was more severe than for traffic offenses such as hit and run. Additionally, the injury to the dancer was not an accident but was an intentional act, so a hit and run (accident) charge would be improper. See more
Officer Bonnie Clark
Welcome to the 1980's!