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Hot Dust (s3, ep8)
Dan Matthews searches for a laboratory worker who exposed himself to radioactive isotopes.
The Big Dog (s2, ep11)
A purse-snatching dog? This is the case Friday and Gannon must solve. Making things more difficult, victims give different descriptions of the four-legged thief.
The Pyramid Swindle (s2, ep12)
A female con-artist uses an evangelistic approach to lure buyers into her pyramid scheme. The Bunco division can't charge her with false advertising, so they prosecute her for operating a lottery.
Instant Hate (s2, ep2)
The good neighbor policy goes out the window when the boys, and later Bub, tangle individually with members of the new family across the street.
Cy-bill 3000
"After Bill begins acting like a cyborg, Toony is convinced that there's a robot uprising and that humanity is being replaced by machines. Cartoons feature Bugs Bunny, Popeye and Tom & Jerry. "
Beaver's Accordian (s4, ep13)
An advertisement in the mail for a free tryout of an accordion has Beaver sneaking around behind Ward's back. After rescuing the flyer from the trash, Beaver sends it in and indeed gets an accordion that he quickly finds hard to hide from his parents.
Uncle Billy (s4, ep14)
Ward's Uncle Billy arrives in Mayfield for a visit and begins telling Wally and Beaver exaggerated stories. Not realizing this, Beaver expects Billy to come through after promising Beaver a fishing reel.
The Case Of The Mythical Monkeys (s3, ep17)
Author Mauvis Meade sends her secretary, Gladys Doyle, out to a mountain cabin to pick up a package. Gladys gets lost and her car gets stuck in the mud. She then walks to a cabin looking for help and encounters a mysterious man who appears to know her.
Best Friend (s2, ep)
Matlock agrees to defend Vanessa Douglas when she's accused of murdering Stephen Cassidy, an author who destroyed a political family's ambitions with a tell-all book. When Matlock realizes his client is indeed guilty, he sets up an ingenious plan to draw out a confession.
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When The Music Stopped (s6, ep9)
Singer Eddie Larran returns to Sparta for a concert, but not everyone is a fan. An angry man insists that Eddie owes him money. And their dispute soon ends in violence.
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Women For Sale: Part 1 (s19, ep1)
Matt becomes involved in investigating the disappearance of female settlers and travelers in the region. He links it to a band of renegade Native Americans, who plan to sell the women as sex slaves to a band of ruthless white mercenaries.
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Vendetta (s1, ep13)
While in the bank arranging for a letter of credit, Ben and Hoss encounter the bank robbing Morgan gang. Both Ben and one of Morgan's men get shot. When Billy Morgan dies, his brothers promise to avenge his death by going after Ben.
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The Deadly Wait (s1, ep26)
Dan Maury, released from Yuma prison, arrives in North Fork intent on getting even with Marshal Torrance, who helped send him to jail.
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The Wrong Man (s1, ep27)
Young Mark McCain is eager to help lawman Jay Jefferson, who has arrived in North Fork intent on killing an outlaw for the reward, whether he is the right man or not.
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The Eleanor Culhane Story (s4, ep33)
"Flint goes to visit Eleanor Culhane, an old flame of his who had been married to a notorious gunman. He finds everyone in the town she lives in shunning her, and unwilling to discuss her, because they blame her for her husband's misdeeds and the shame he caused the town. When Flint finds her they begin to rekindle their romance. But then her husband, thought dead for the last five years, shows up in town. And Flint realizes there is another side to Eleanor that he was unaware of as well."
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Log 124 -- Airport (s2, ep18)
Malloy and Reed are rendered powerless when a drunken man with no flight experience decides to take a solo flight in a stolen airplane at a busy airport. Later, they try to locate a 17-year-old runaway living in a condemned home with a much older man, engage in a shootout with a convenience store robber and search for a booby-trapped bank safe that has been stolen with a tow truck.
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Morticia, The Sculptress (s2, ep9)
Morticia has been bored and decides she would like to acquire a hobby to cheer her up and decides to take up sculpting. Later, Gomez hides an art critic, Bosley Swain's bad critique of her work from Morticia and hires Sam Picasso to come in and buy her work but in the mean time, this nearly bankrupts Gomez.
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Southern Crossing (s9, ep13)
After seeing reports on television, Al feels compelled to visit the South to take part in an upcoming freedom march. Fonzie, concerned for his friend's well-being, decides to go with him. Meanwhile, the Cunningham's television set is broken, and, while it is away being repaired, Howard suffers withdrawal symptoms.
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The Bus (s4, ep6)
Driving back from a medical conference, Radar, Hawkeye, B.J., Sherman and Frank find themselves lost. When they decide to turn around, the bus does not want to start. And when Radar goes off in the middle of the night for the latrine, he does not immediately return.
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Dear Mildred (s4, ep7)
It's Potter's anniversary. While Potter writes home, Frank and Hot Lips have a wood carving made for him, and Radar rescues a horse and makes him a present of it.
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Otis Sues The County (s5, ep15)
After Otis slips and falls in the Mayberry jail, he meets an opportunistic lawyer who convinces him to sue the county.
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Barney Fife, Realtor (s5, ep16)
Andy lectures Opie about the importance of informing a potential buyer of the true condition of the item being sold. Meanwhile, Barney decides to dabble in the real estate field.
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Gomer Pyle, Pow (s2, ep15)
On maneuvers, Sgt. Carter gives Gomer false information, hoping he'll be captured by the enemy camp.
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Old Mail Day (s4, ep8)
It's "Old Mail Day" and Sam Drucker hands out letters that have gotten misplaced in his post office. Having learned nothing from his previous letter-writing fiascos, an upset Oliver complains to the Postmaster General for delivery service. The locals soon turn on Oliver because Drucker's General Store is never open; he's always on his bicycle delivering mail.
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Fat Hermann, Go Home (s5, ep17)
Hogan plans to get a trainload of stolen paintings back to London, but things get complicated when Marya uses Schultz to impersonate Reich Marshall Goehring.
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The Softer They Fall (s5, ep18)
Kinchloe fights a German boxing champ, creating a diversion for a heist Hogan is planning.
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Guest Tim Conway
In The Family, Eunice and Mama stop by her husband's hardware store, only to get in another fight. Then, in Shower Blackout, Carol steps out of the shower singing "When Your Lover Has Gone". Finally, in The Oldest Man, Harvey gets his grandfather clock fixed by the Oldest Man.
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The Case Of The Scarlet Scandal (s9, ep20)
Another fishing trip goes awry for Mason when he's drawn into the murder of a woman who was killed while delivering a blackmail payment.
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The Old Man In The Cave (s5, ep7)
A mysterious guardian helps a tiny community survive after nuclear war destroys much of the Earth.
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Poison (s4, ep1)
Two plantation owners plan to break up their partnership so one of them can get married.
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Don't Interrupt (s4, ep2)
A little boy on a train tries desperately to tell someone a secret.
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Fly, Little One (s3, ep23)
Mannix is asked to clear a psychotherapist charged with murder and robbery, the main witness being an autistic girl.
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Murder For Murder (s2, ep18)
A writer was murdered. His latest book would deal with the biography of an industrialist. Cannon must protect the co-author and investigate the activities of the industrialist.
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Murder Go Round (s1, ep10)
It's one killing after another as Barnaby investigates a hit-and-run accident while wealthy townspeople plot his murder.