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Convict's Wife (s2, ep29)
An escaped convict abducts his estranged wife and forces her to help him elude the Highway Patrol.
The Big High (s2, ep8)
An elderly businessman concerned about the welfare of his grandchild informs Friday and Gannon that his daughter and son-in-law are using marijuana regularly. The young couple make no apologies for their lifestyle, which inevitably leads to disaster.
The Big Ad (s2, ep9)
An ex-con named Steve Deal contacts Friday and Gannon when a classified ad that he placed, offering to do "anything" for money, results in an offer to commit murder. Friday goes undercover as Deal.
Big Chief Bub (s3, ep21)
Chip and the other Cub Scouts are in need of another den mother.
Summer Blockbuster Showdown
"Bill and Toony track the history of the Summer Blockbuster through the films of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas."
The All-night Party (s6, ep36)
After graduation, an all-night party is set to begin, which has June and Ward very wary. They aren't sure if they should allow Wally to attend. Meanwhile, Wally's date for the party has the same problem. This leads her to invite Wally to meet her folks and put their worries to rest.
Beaver Sees America (s6, ep37)
Beaver has the chance to travel around the country for six weeks during the summer and he's all excited about it. However, he quickly realizes when he's gone Gilbert will go after the girl Beaver has a crush on, Mary Margaret. But he quickly realizes, there's more to life than Mary Margaret.
The Case Of The Silent Six (s9, ep11)
Police Sergeant Dave Wolfe warns Joe Oliver to stay away from his kid sister, Susan. Now Susan's been beaten up in her apartment, Oliver has been shot to death and Dave is being charged with murder.
The Witness (s4, ep)
With Matlock out of town, Michelle takes a murder case in which she suspects an old lawyer friend may be the culprit.
Singin' The Blues (s7, ep7)
Luann moonlights as a singer at a nightclub and finds romance with the clubs owner. Her happiness is short-lived when she realizes that the bartender is dealing drugs.
The Calf (s1, ep3)
The children are upset when their father sells a newborn
Susan Was Evil (s19, ep12)
When a woman and Dillon's wounded prisoner fall in love, her selfish niece makes plans to turn him over to bounty hunters.
The Artist (s4, ep3)
Wallowing in self-pity after having gone blind, Matthew Raine begins coming out of his self-imposed exile after befriending Ben's housekeeper, Ann Loring. However, there is someone who doesn't want Matthew to extricate himself from his miserable state.
Shotgun Man (s2, ep29)
Shotgun man John Beaumont, who Lucas sent to prison, returns with vengeance on his mind.
Sins Of The Father (s2, ep30)
After shooting a man in self-defense, Andy Moon turns to Lucas for protection from his vengeful brothers.
The George B. Hanrahan Story (s5, ep26)
"An ousted Ute medicine man rescued by Duke who knows Chris predicts the future of wagon train passengers but he tries to withhold the deadly fortune of the man who takes him in but is a shyster himself."
Log 75: Have A Nice Weekend
"The officers investigate robberies, attempted arson and a violent argument."
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War Co-respondent (s8, ep23)
B.J. finds himself attracted to a famous war correspondent, Aggie O'Shea, who has fallen in love with him.
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Bombshells (s11, ep6)
Posing the theory that people will believe in anything, Charles and Hawkeye start a rumor that Marilyn Monroe plans to visit the 4077th, which gets everyone excited. Meanwhile, B.J. feels responsible when he's unable to rescue a wounded soldier, and is less than impressed when he is presented with a Bronze Star.
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Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind (s5, ep3)
While fixing a stove that explodes, Hawkeye's face is badly burned. His eyes are bandaged, and it is not known if he will ever see again. Meanwhile Frank bets on the outcome of a baseball game, which he has already heard on the radio.
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The Abduction Of Margaret Houlihan (s5, ep6)
After hearing that North Korean prisoners have been released in the area, everyone is upset when Margaret disappears. Colonel Flagg is called in to investigate, and bungles things in his usual manner.
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Andy And The Woman Speeder (s2, ep3)
A stubborn but charming lady speeder makes life difficult for Andy.
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Mayberry Goes Bankrupt (s2, ep4)
Frank Myers is about to get evicted by the city council when he discovers an old bond that the city of Mayberry issued 100 years ago. Mayberry now owes him $350,000 and can't pay.
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The Art Center (s3, ep34)
Mrs. Drysdale has a new plan to get rid of the Clampetts and add culture to Beverly Hills. She gets the Clampetts to donate their home as an art gallery. Of course, they misunderstand this and think they have to provide the art. They go on and sculpt and paint up a storm for this new art center and end up filling their mansion with their homemade creations.
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Send A Boy To College (s1, ep28)
Eb's talent for curing sick animals leads the Douglases to send him to veterinarian school. Unfortunately, his college career is short-lived due to one small oversight.
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Guests Steve Lawrence And Sally Struthers
In The Boring Twenties, Carol and the gang parody the classic film "The Roaring Twenties", following a singer in a dumpy bar.
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The Case Of The Hateful Hero (s6, ep5)
Young cop Jimmy Anderson and his veteran partner come across a robbery at the Wilson Plastics Company while on patrol one night. His partner killed in the ensuing shootout, evidence then points to Jimmy as having been an accomplice.
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The Dividing Wall (s2, ep)
A break-in gang's newest heist may be their last: the booty contains a radioactive capsule.
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Scapegoat (s5, ep1)
Mannix has been hired to deliver from London to L.A. jewelry worth $8 million dollars. But before he can complete his task, he is kidnapped and replaced with a double.
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The Game Children Play
"Cannon is hired when the only witness to a robbery is a young child who blames an Arabian heir for the crime."
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Renegade's Child (s5, ep9)
Barnaby's search for a 6-year-old boy leads him to the boy's father - a vagrant who deals in illegal arms.