Mathnet (1987–1992)

The Case of the Parking Meter Massacre 

George and Kate investigate a series of stolen parking meters all over New York City and in the midst of the investigation, George's wife informs him that his apartment is robbed.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Beverly Leech ... Sgt. Kate Monday
Joe Howard ... Officer George Frankly
Bari K. Willerford Bari K. Willerford ... Benny Pill
Emilio Del Pozo Emilio Del Pozo ... Captain Joe Greco
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray DeMattis Ray DeMattis ... Walter Premium
Margaret Devine ... Liza Borden
Tom Flagg Tom Flagg ... Mike Mallice
Bill Fretwell Bill Fretwell ... Officer Krupke
Helen Hanft ... Female Customer
Esther Hyun Esther Hyun ... Siree
Cullen O. Johnson Cullen O. Johnson ... Edwin Moose
Wayne Knight ... Peter Pickwick
Michael McGrath Michael McGrath ... Barney Oldmeal
Conrad McLaren Conrad McLaren ... Fred Furd
Irving Metzman Irving Metzman ... Blons Moedock
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George and Kate investigate a series of stolen parking meters all over New York City and in the midst of the investigation, George's wife informs him that his apartment is robbed.

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1990 (USA) See more »

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TurtleBack Productions See more »
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Peter Pickwick's name is similar to the title of Charles Dickens' first novel, "Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club," often abbreviated as "Pickwick Papers." The next case Mathnet: The Case of the Unkidnapping (1990) contains an even more specific Dickens reference. See more »

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Narrator: [Camera cuts to Peter Pickwick's mugshot] Peter Pickwick was tried in Manhattan, in and for the city of New York, and convicted of a 155.40: Grand larceny in the second degree,
[Pickwick nods]
Narrator: And a 165.52: Criminal possession of stolen property.
[Pickwick nods again]
Narrator: [Camera cuts to Barney Oldmeal's mugshot] Barney Oldmeal was tried an convicted of a 140.20, a 155.30, and a 165.45: Doing bad things. Both were put away from society and parking meters for a good long time, making automobile parking ...
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References West Side Story (1961) See more »

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