Who said it: Officer Reed or Officer Malloy?

Was it the seasoned vet, or the rookie who said these lines on Adam-12?

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For seven seasons, Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed patrolled the streets of downtown and the greater Los Angeles area. 

Several arrests, chases and false alarms took up most of Reed and Malloy's time. Though most of their conversations were about police work, there were several instances the two talked as pals while on patrol. 

Take a look at the lines below, pulled directly from Adam-12, and try to guess which character said them!

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  1. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "No, I do not want to spend the rest of the watch trying to figure out why anybody would keep a Boa constrictor as a house pet."
  2. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "I could live without that Indianapolis qualifier..."
  3. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "It's your life insurance, and mine."
  4. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "I'm not giving you a license. I'll work with you one day at a time."
  5. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "That's what happens when you let yourself get involved. You should've listened to me. I should've listened to me."
  6. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "Well it's my allowance, mother. I can spend it on whatever I want."
  7. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "This is unit one-A-12, we are clear."
  8. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "What happens when the weekend is permanent and there's no job to go back to?"
  9. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "The automobile has two shotgun racks, one attached to the bottom portion of the front seat, one in the vehicle trunk."
  10. Who said it, Officer Reed or Officer Malloy? "When's Hicks going to learn to clean this car out after a watch... Banana peel and a pickle. Where does that guy go to code 7, at a street fair?"

Who said it: Officer Reed or Officer Malloy?

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Mark 10 months ago
8 out of 10. #'s 3 and 9 are from the classic speech Malloy gives to Reed about the police car in the very first episode.
JeffPaul76 10 months ago
"You got 6 out of 10 correct!" -------I got 4, 6, 8 and 10 wrong.
marmetv20 10 months ago
9/10 lived that show! Reed was so cute.
MikefromJersey 10 months ago
You got 10 out of 10 correct! "One Adam-12, you've cleared this quiz.""One Adam-12, roger."

Officers Reed and Malloy said they'd take me for a ride and an ice cream cone
for getting every answer correct.
If I was still a kid, okay, but I was hoping for a ride along with Officer Dana Hall(uber babe Jo Ann Pflug). Aw what the heck, I'll have a vanilla cone with sprinkles on it.
JeffPaul76 MikefromJersey 10 months ago
She was Chuck Woolery's wife at one time. Jo Ann Pflug. I don't know how long they were married though.
MikefromJersey JeffPaul76 10 months ago
I wondered what happened to Woolery but apparently he is a member of some wacky
extremist organisations and has repeatedly praised things Hitler did and conflates being
Jewish with being a communist. Good riddance, let him stay in his own foul world of hate
and away from our TV screens and decent people.
Mark MikefromJersey 10 months ago
Game show insider Randy West (Press Your Luck winner in the '80s, later an announcer for The Price Is Right and Supermarket Sweep) says that both Woolery and Pat Sajak are great guys, as long as you don't get them started on politics.

Jo Ann Plug found religion, quit the business some time ago and moved back to her native Texas.
Mark Mark 10 months ago
Damned auto-correct...PFLUG!
MikefromJersey Mark 10 months ago
Hi Mark,
Thanks for the info. I have no problem with people holding opposing political views,
I don't make moral judgments based on that. Most people have no independent base
of knowledge anyway, they just parrot whatever the clown on their favorite radio/tv
station says, and have no idea when said clown is BSing them.
Let Pat Sajak believe what he wants, as you said he is a basically a nice guy.
But Woolery sounds like he has deep bigotry issues, though a "nice guy", that may explain
why his career went into the toilet and why he has been basically exiled from Hollywood.
We had a FBI agent talk to our class about going undercover in the KKK for 3 years, he said
many of these guys would go to church every Sunday, would return a wallet if they found it,
would never think of stealing or not giving 100% at work.
But they were sick with hate for the "Other" who is going to take away their America.
The agent was struck by the deep weirdness of their contrasting natures which
enabled them to commit terrible acts and still feel justified at Sunday services.
I hope Jo Ann Pflug is happy, at least she got away from Chucky.
JERRY6 10 months ago
8 of 10 missed 2 and 10 , really should have done better
JL1965 10 months ago
9/10 Not to bad . Great show
AllisonWunderland 10 months ago
🤷‍♀️ all guesses 5/10…I’ll need more than a backup on this one 😂
Wendy57 10 months ago
I always enjoyed Adam-12.
James9 10 months ago
JeffPaul76 James9 10 months ago
Hi Otis!! How are you? Staying out of trouble? So you don't land in jail again?
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