It takes an ace eye to spot all these details on Adam-12!

A cop always has to pay close attention.

Malloy and Reed are good cops. What makes a good cop? People skills, patience, intuition… and a great eye for details.

You'll need to pay close attention to the following scenes. It's time for a game of "I Spy"!

Try to find the correct object in these images from Adam-12!

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  1. Which sporty thing can you see in this scene?
  2. What musical item can you spot in this scene?
  3. Who do you see in this scene?
  4. Try to find one of the following in this scene.
  5. What can you spot in this scene?
  6. Let's assume this dune buddy woman is drinking black coffee. How much did she pay for it?
  7. Find one of these edible items in this diner scene.
  8. Which iconic food brand can you find in this store?
  9. Finally, if you do things by the book, you can tell which part of Los Angeles this is.

It takes an ace eye to spot all these details on Adam-12!

Your Result...

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque nec ante ipsum. Mauris viverra, urna et porta sagittis, lorem diam dapibus diam, et lacinia libero quam id risus.
 
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MichaelGreene 3 months ago
Also, you gotta keep up on the locations. One stop for Malloy and Reed was 6th and Alvarado. It's a real intersection in Los Angeles(on the NE corner of MacArthur Park), but (when I was last in the area) it was an older built-up area. The Adam-12 version of 6th and Alvarado has some open spaces. Also, you have to listen for the locations...the Adam-12 unit gets sent to "5th and Melrose". Melrose Avenue and 5th Street run parallel to one another, close to a mile apart. OK, so "the names have been changed to protect the innocent". Maybe it's me, but did the Adam-12 writers need to play with Los Angeles street patterns to "protect the innocent"?
TexasGreek 20 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
You kept your eye on the prize! Nice work!
Rusty 20 months ago
Never been to California so I guessed and got lucky.
JDnHuntsvilleAL Rusty 9 months ago
Why did you need to guess? The answers were right in front of you.
Cowgirl 20 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
You kept your eye on the prize! Nice work!
I've never been to Los Angeles, so I had to enlarge my screen to see what was written on the sign.
Dale42 20 months ago
Damn missed the last one...I can’t believe I got that wrong...Taluca Lake?? Oh well...
MrsP58 20 months ago
#7: Excuse me? Dune buddy?!?!? That's a dune BUGGY!
GeoRubik MrsP58 20 months ago
Speed Buggy would agree.
Utzaake 21 months ago
9/10. "This itching. Driving me nuts." Misinterpreted #2. Overlooked the stiff topping the trophy. Was thinking Billy Grabarkewitz or Bill Sudakis but neither was in the picture.
Joe1954 Utzaake 3 months ago
Missed that one too. I was looking for a "player" not a likeness of one.
primetime9567 21 months ago
9/10 It was hard to see the wonder bread.
Runeshaper 21 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
You kept your eye on the prize! Nice work!

Got #4 wrong, but that's because I didn't know which show she was on LOL
rycki1138 Runeshaper 20 months ago
She actually appeared on all three of the shows listed, but she was a guest star on two of them. She was a main star of The Waltons as Grandma Walton.
EmBee 21 months ago
Since neither Pasadena nor Santa Monica are actually part of Los Angeles proper and since the Adam-12 boys were Los Angeles proper, didn't really need to look at the photo to determine that Toluca Lake being part of LA proper) was the correct answer.
JerryE 21 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
You kept your eye on the prize! Nice work!
ERROL 21 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Acoustic guitar?
dune buddy?
Dave ERROL 21 months ago
Obviously, whoever wrote this quiz meant "dune BUGGY", not "dune buddy"! I guessed "acoustic guitar", because I was looking at the funny-looking lute against the wall in the background. It was funny that only after I clicked on "acoustic guitar", I THEN saw the acoustic guitar resting against the wall, next to the funny-looking lute!
RobCertSDSCascap 21 months ago
10/10! Jeepers, creepers, give it up for my sharp peepers!
#9- Been around much longer than the show.
Ahhhh, nothing like a non-filtered Pall Mall along with a couple slices of the whitest bread ever made.
Made for each other.
"Been around much longer than the show." You ARE referring to THAT particular loaf of Wonder Bread, right?
jpdirisio13 harlow1313 21 months ago
Toast the bread, add a cuppa Java and you've got "The Breakfast of Champions".
Sure, a vintage 1930 pre-sliced loaf.
LeeHarper 21 months ago
10/10 And that's a nice 1971 Bell helicopter.
ERROL LeeHarper 21 months ago
1971 BELL 47G-3B-2 owned by FALLINI JOE B JR
Dave ERROL 21 months ago
You guys sure know your helicopters! I knew it was a Bell 47 "The Bubble", but I couldn't tell you the exact year and model number! How did you guys know that?!
KellyShort 21 months ago
You got 10 out of 10....... not really a quiz
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