MeTV Schedule For Washington D.C., DC

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Fire (s4, ep38)
An arsonist sets fire to a warehouse, bringing the Highway Patrol in pursuit.
The Big Explosion (s1, ep2)
A neo-Nazi psycho has planted a bomb somewhere in L.A. Friday and Gannon have to find it.
Trap And The Prince (s5, ep31)
Tramp causes confusion in two households when he runs away from home for fear of a cat.
Fall Crafting
"Toony tries to fetch some cash with Bill's DIY fall crafts."
Beaver's Electric Trains (s5, ep17)
June runs across Beaver's old electric trains while cleaning and because he hasn't played with them in years, finds someone who will take them, with Beaver's consent. However, Beaver quickly re-discovers the fun of playing with the trains and wants to withdraw from the arrangement, even though the new owners-to-be are expecting them.
Beaver's Jacket (s5, ep19)
Richard has just gotten, as Beaver describes it, a "keen" new jacket and this prompts Beaver to ask his parents for one exactly like it. June and Ward are hesitant after learning the price but decide to give in. However, when Richard loses his jacket, he coerces Beaver into a plot to trick his parents.
The Case Of The Spanish Cross (s2, ep28)
Young Jimmy Morrow can't seem to catch a break. Already on probation for car theft, he's charged with stealing a valuable Spanish cross and killing its owner. Mason feels sorry for the kid and decides to take the case.
The Kidnapping: Part 1 (s8, ep)
Abductors try to kidnap Leanne but take Billy instead and hold him for ransom.
A Turning (s4, ep22)
Althea thinks Virgil needs a new line of work after seeing the aftermath of a deadly shooting at a roadhouse. Virgil finds himself in danger when they arrest the man who committed the crime.
The Secret (s4, ep16)
Jim-Bob wonders if he is adopted because he does not look like other family members
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Marshal Proudfoot
"Matt goes along with a hoax when Chester's aging Uncle Wesley arrives for a visit. Wesley thinks Chester is the marshal and Dillion is his assistant."
Passive Resistance (s4, ep19)
Joe Kell and Hank Voyles kill all Gideon Seek's sheep and burn his house but Gideon won't tell the Marshall who did it.
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Devil On Her Shoulder (s7, ep6)
A religious sect, which has suffered through a series of misfortunes, accuses one its members of being possessed by the devil.
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The Queue (s3, ep34)
A Chinese man and his son fight prejudice as they try to open a laundry in North Fork.
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The Vaqueros (s4, ep1)
While Lucas and Mark are traveling across the Mexican desert they encounter a trio of Mexican bandits. They demand payment from Lucas for crossing "their" desert. Lucas refuses. In retaliation, the three slam Lucas in the throat with his rifle, strip him of all his possessions (including Mark), tie him to a tree and leave him to die of thirst and exposure.
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The Charles Maury Story (s1, ep32)
Adams becomes suspicious of a soldier who's supposedly providing protection for the wagon train from bandits.
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Your Retention Please (s9, ep7)
Klinger is so depressed by news that his ex-wife plans to remarry, he reenlists for an additional six-year stretch. Meanwhile, a male nurse has a gripe against the Army.
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Tell It To The Marines (s9, ep8)
Winchester takes command during Potter's absence; and B.J. and Hawkeye try to convince the Marines to grant a hardship discharge to an immigrant soldier, Private Jost Van Liter.
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Taking The Fifth (s9, ep9)
Hawkeye uses a bottle of vintage wine to lure unsuspecting nurses into his den; and Potter tries to secure a different sort of anesthetic when the army threatens to ban a painkiller.
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Operation Friendship (s9, ep10)
Klinger saves Winchester's life when an explosion rocks the operating room; and B.J. is reluctant to reveal the extent of his injuries after the blast.
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Andy's Rich Girlfriend (s3, ep2)
Andy has begun seeing Peggy McMillan and he discovers she is from a wealthy family. The differences in their upbringings and education unsettle Andy, and he begins to doubt the ability of the relationship to endure.
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Jethro Proposes (s6, ep24)
Granny has heard that Miss Jane has never been proposed to and wants to help out. She tries to get Jed to propose, but has no luck with that plan. Granny then settles to have Jethro propose to her. Jethro asks Miss Jane out, and she accepts. While at the bank, Jethro also meets the gorgeous new night guard, Ilse.
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Oh, Promise Me (s4, ep22)
The Douglases learn their marriage license is actually a dentists' license. Lisa moves in with the Monroe Brothers until Oliver agrees to have a big church wedding to make their marriage legal.
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The Late Inspector General (s1, ep4)
A visiting general upsets plans to blow up a train.
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The Flight Of The Valkyrie (s1, ep5)
Because of all the "funny business" going on, Klink brings in Colonel Crittendon to replace Hogan as officer in charge of POWs. His arrival louses up plans to help a German baroness escape to England.
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Guests Imogene Coca And Vic Damone
"Guests Imogene Coca and Vic Damone. Originally aired on 12/09/68."
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The Case Of The Candy Queen (s9, ep3)
Claire Armstrong has built a candy empire, but things go sour when her cousin is almost killed by poisoned candy and a man is found dead in his office.
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Night Of The Execution (s3, ep13)
A tramp confesses to a crime. Unfortunately, the D.A. has already prosecuted another man.
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The Percentage (s3, ep14)
A young gangster tries to repay an old Army buddy by starting a business for him.
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Run, Sheep, Run (s1, ep15)
Mannix is hired to determine which cops are tied in with a vice ring.
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The Stalker (s3, ep25)
Reclusive Virginia McKellar insists her sister did not die five years earlier, as everyone believes, and she'll willing to pay Cannon to prove it.
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To Catch A Dead Man (s1, ep2)
A sportsman's plans for a new life begin with murder.