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Dan Mathews races to save an innocent man from a murderous stranger.
Cousin Geri Returns
Blair suspects the French teacher of ulterior motives when he asks out her cousin.
When Tootie beats Natalie for the lead role in the school play, a rift grows between the two of them.
Sam's Big Brother
Arnold's preoccupation with girls and school leaves younger brother Sam alone and bored until Willis steps in, takes over as "big bro" and causes a row when Arnold decides to fight back for the title.
Granny decides to start her own boarding house. The Clampetts put out signs welcoming any incoming boarders and advertising what they offer. When the Drysdale's new butler, Arthur Pinckney, arrives in town he thinks the signs are meant as a welcome for him so he goes to the Clampetts' mansion.
Dodie Goes Downtown
When Steve, Barbara and Uncle Charley are out of town, Ernie is to look after Dodie for a few days.
Wanting Ward to become a millionaire, Beaver buys him a book called "I Became a Millionaire in Twelve Months." Ward thanks him for it but Beaver quickly learns that Ward is just being polite as to spare his feelings.
Beaver's Secret Life
After revealing that he wants to be a writer when he grows up, Ward buys Beaver a diary to practice writing and Beaver begins keeping a record of his daily activities. However, June and Ward pick the lock and sneak a peek at his diary after Beaver neglects to come home on time.
The Case Of The Stand-in Sister
Two brothers, one a businessman, one a mobster, at separate times have claimed the same young girl as their daughter. Trouble follows when it is revealed that $100,000 due to the girl via a trust fund has been mishandled.
An ex-convict is arrested for robbing the same bank he robbed years earlier. Matlock knows he didn't do it and has a star witness, who won't talk unless Matlock gets his father out of prison.
Slam Dunk Dead
Jesse's new part-time job as trainer of the pro basketball Mustangs turns deadly when he's accused of murdering a star player.
...and Justice For Some
Gillespie and his officers are outraged when a drug courier who ran down the son of Virgil's next door neighbor makes a deal with the F.B.I. to avoid prosecution.
Waste: Part 2
Matt helps a young boy find his mom while finding an outlaw. Marshal Dillon confronts the outlaw after helping the boy locate his mother.
Mark Of Guilt
Hop Sing tries to prove Joe is innocent of a murder by teaching Hoss and Candy the ancient Chinese art of finger printing.
Seven condemned murderers escape and take over the town of North Fork.
When Mark finds gold on their property, a fast-talking salesman who tried to sell Lucas a new lightning rod offers instead to buy the ranch's mineral rights.
The Cappy Darrin Story
Old salt Cappy Darrin is on the train with his orphaned grandson, Tuck. Cappy's daughter granted custody of Tuck to his uncle, but as their parting nears Cappy finds he is reluctant to let Tuck go.
Looking for a thrill, poor little rich girl Samantha Courtney breaks into a greenhouse and stumbles upon a murder. Since Charlie is an old friend of the girl's aunt, the Angels are put on the case.
The Gravelberry Pie King
Trouble follows when Fred goes into the pie business.
The Stonefinger Caper
When Fred and Barney admire a car in a spy movie, their alien pal Gazoo brings the vehicle to real life--along with all the other characters in the film!
Dear Dad, Again
Once again, Hawkeye writes home to his father, telling him of the latest gossip: the camp gets a new surgeon, who turns out to be a fake; Hawkeye bets he can walk into the mess tent naked for lunch and no one will notice; and Radar cheats on his final exam.
The Long-john Flap
The camp suffers from the severe cold, except for Hawkeye who has received some long johns from his father. They get passed around from person to person as a gift, a gambling stake, a trade, a bribe, stolen and given up to Father Mulcahy, who ends up giving them away.
Andy And Barney In The Big City
While staying in Raleigh, Barney believes he is witnessing a man casing the hotel clientelle. Barney is right in believing a crime about to be committed, but he is tailing the house detective and has hooked up with the real crook.
Wedding Bells For Aunt Bee
After Clara convinces Aunt Bee that Andy won't be able to find a wife as long as she's around, Aunt Bee begins searching for a man whom she can marry.
Desk Job For A Sergeant
Sgt. Carter takes a new job as a training coordinator. But when he finds out the platoon is doing fine under Cpl. Boyle's command, he decides he wants his old job back.
To his chagrin, Oliver learns he shares his birthday with Arnold Ziffle. While Oliver's convinced he's going to be feted with a surprise party, he refuses to spread the joy by getting a gift for the pig.
A Tiger Hunt In Paris: Part 1
"Tiger," a female underground agent, is arrested while trying to document secret German bases and is held in Paris for questioning. Hogan and LeBeau become stowaways aboard Klink's staff car and head for Paris to free her.
A Tiger Hunt In Paris: Part 2
While trying to free the underground agent "Tiger" in Paris, Hogan seeks help from a Parisian fortune teller and also enlist the aid of a man who is a lookalike for Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler.
Guest Joanne Woodward
In The Family, Eunice reunites with an old friend who's now a carefree divorcee.
The Case Of The Dangerous Dowager
Matilda Benson is a tough old broad who rules her children with an iron hand and the promises in her will. When Benson and her brood become involved in a gambling scandal and the death of a nightclub owner, Mason looks into the matriarch's matter.
An eccentric loser gets a new life from his guardian angel, but there is a price to keeping it.
The Baby Blue Expression
Philip Weaver concocts a scheme to murder his employer.
Man Who Found Money
Traveler William Benson learns the hard way that integrity may not always be the best strategy.
A Ransom For Yesterday
Someone demands a quarter-of-a-million-dollars ransom—for a boy missing six years!
The Cure That Kills
""Reverend" Will can heal the sick by the power of faith. Or can he? Either way, his "powers" won't keep a witness to murder from coming forward, and that means... another murder."