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The Big Bookie (s1, ep13)
Friday goes undercover with the department's chaplain in order to bust a gambling ring.
The Subscription Racket (s1, ep14)
Friday learns about a scam artist with a novel twist: he uses an authentic Congressional Medal of Honor to solicit magazine subscriptions.
Mother Bub (s3, ep15)
Chip and his friend, Sudsy, see a model auto at the toy store.
Peace, Love And Toons
"Bill and Toony get groovy with the 60s from fashion trends to the hottest toys!"
Forgotten Party (s2, ep36)
An old friend of Beaver's, David Manning, invites him to a birthday party and Beaver promises to attend, but as the week passes Beaver forgets all about it. When the day arrives, June, Ward and Wally scramble to find the Beaver, who is spending the day with Larry, wandering around town.
Beaver The Athlete (s2, ep37)
After getting a poor grade in gym class on his report card, Beaver becomes determined to prove to everyone that he is a good athlete, so he signs up to play baseball—where it's the boys versus the girls.
The Case Of The Impetuous Imp (s9, ep5)
Mason helps a young woman who believes her aunt was murdered by her husband, but he soon turns up dead, too.
The Con Man (s4, ep)
When a victim of a group of con men is charged with murdering one of them, Matlock takes the case while Michelle attempts to get close to the remaining con artists.
Child's Play (s7, ep1)
Chief Gillespie is fired by the city council and Sparta's new police chief Hampton Forbes arrives in town. Bill's last case with Sparta P.D. is a murder investigation in which a young boy has been implicated.
The Widow-maker (s19, ep5)
A gunfighter wants to forget his past...and wants everyone else to forget it, too. Unfortunately for him, this is not easy to accomplish.
Blessed Are They (s3, ep30)
Ben Cartwright and Virginia City's enigmatic new minister work together to decide which set of feuding grandparents, the Mahans or the Clarkes, will have custody of their recently orphaned twin grandchildren.
Day Of The Hunter (s2, ep15)
A famous buffalo hunter tries to goad Lucas into a shooting match.
Mail Order Groom (s2, ep16)
When a stranger arrives to marry the town spinster, two brothers who want her land try to discourage him with threats and a beating.
The Dr. Denker Story (s5, ep18)
The wagon train takes in a terrified young boy who has just seen his father murdered by a bandit gang. While Bill and Flint try to help him recover, embittered Civil War vet Ed Beaufort tells the boy that taking vengeance is the best medicine. Soon a traveling musician, Dr. Denker, joins the wagon train and he and Billy hit it off, but it becomes evident that Billy and the doctor had a prior connection.
Log 104 -- The Bomb (s2, ep20)
Malloy and Reed search for a suspect who frames an employee of a manufacturing plant for theft and then plants a powerful bomb on the premises. They also apprehend two criminals after questioning a suspicious man who is carrying heavy bags down the street, and protect an innocent motorist from a street race that still ends in tragedy.
Log 74 -- Light Duty (s2, ep21)
Malloy and Reed spend a night shift on desk duty after Malloy breaks his wrist and another office worker calls in sick. With the assistance of a new female recruit, they deal with a homesick elderly woman who refuses to identify herself, help a lenient father bail out his son and become suspicious of a man who walks in looking for a wanted fugitive.
Old Soldiers (s8, ep18)
Hawkeye is appointed temporary commander of the 4077th when Colonel Potter rushes off to Tokyo on a mysterious mission. While in command, Hawkeye's main problem is housing a large group of Korean refugees comprised mainly of rambunctious children who need medical care.
The gang is making pranks galore on April Fools Day.
April Fools (s8, ep25)
A no-nonsense Colonel, who is notorious as a hard-nosed disciplinarian, visits the 4077th during an outbreak of April Fools' Day pranksterism. Colonel Potter tries in vain to halt the mayhem before Colonel Tucker arrives in camp.
It Happened One Night (s4, ep3)
It happened one night: freezing cold, an artillery barrage that's coming too close, a patient going downhill and Frank's searching Hot Lips' tent for his letters.
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.
Cyrano Andy (s1, ep22)
Andy tries to help Barney express his lovestruck feelings for Thelma Lou.
Andy And Opie, Housekeepers (s1, ep23)
Andy and Opie go to great lengths to show Aunt Bee what a mess they'd be without her.
Cool School Is Out (s3, ep28)
Elly and Jethro join the beatniks at the Parthenon West, and Granny tries to get them out. But her attempts fail, and she becomes a beatnik herself, after inventing "The Tater Digger,” a new dance. Jed is all for the young ones expressing themselves, but once he sees Granny dressed the way she is and acting the way she is, he changes his mind.
The Day Of Decision (s1, ep22)
Lisa agreed to try out Green Acres for six months. Today's the day she decides whether to stay in Hooterville or return to New York. Everyone anxiously awaits her decision. In the meantime, Oliver flashes back to their first days on the farm, his physical mishaps around the house, and Haney's lousy products.
The Big Broadcast (s6, ep12)
Hogan uses Klink's car radio to sneak a message to London when a pair of radio detection trucks enters the area.
The Gypsy (s6, ep13)
In an effort to transport a German anti-radar to London, Hogan passes LeBeau off as a fortune teller after convincing Klink he was struck by lightning.
Vincent Price and Joan Rivers join Carol for a fun-filled episode!
Guests Joan Rivers And Vincent Price
In Alice Portnoy, Carol plays a Fireside girl scout who blackmails a best-selling author. Then, in The Ham Actor, the understudies rebel against the players in order to perform. Finally, in The Walnuts, Carol and the gang parody the hit TV show "The Waltons".
The Case Of The Promoter's Pillbox (s5, ep29)
Aspiring screenwriter Herbert Simms submits a teleplay to unscrupulous producer Charlie Corby, who passes the manuscript off as his own. Corby's scheme dies with him, however, when he is fatally whacked over the head with a whiskey bottle.
Four O'clock (s3, ep29)
A bitter, self-righteous man believes that he can will every evil person in the world to shrink to two-feet tall at four o'clock.
A Nice Touch (s2, ep)
An adulterous partner is caught between a drunken husband and a determined lover.
The Sound Of Murder (s5, ep1)
Mannix is in search of a businessman who disappeared without a trace. Then a second disappearance happens, and this time the culprit leaves a tape recorder.
Man In The Middle
"As a last request, Frank's former police mentor has asked him to go to Mexico and retrieve his son."
Sins Of Thy Father (s5, ep3)
A pilot's body, slashed by a propeller, is found on an airship.