MeTV Schedule For Washington D.C., DC
Oil Lease (s2, ep9)
Dan Mathews joins forces with the Army in a desperate attempt to capture two dangerous men armed with a bazooka.
D.h.q. - The Victims (s4, ep26)
Friday's cases range from purse snatching to homicide.
The Lsd Story (s1, ep1)
Sergeant Joe Friday and his partner, Bill Gannon, encounter a freaked-out young LSD user. This is the famous "Blue Boy" episode.
Happy Birthday, World (s7, ep9)
After Robbie's girlfriend's father asks him to deliver a birthday cake, he immediately goes into the cake business.
"Bill and Toony celebrate Boop! The Musical with all Betty Boop cartoons."
Boarding School (s1, ep35)
An old friend of Wally's stops by with stories about how great it is at the military school he attends. This leads Wally to decide that he would like to attend military school, despite a wary Ward and June.
Beaver And Henry (s1, ep36)
An animal is chewing up June's flower bed, so Ward and the boys set a trap to catch it. They soon catch a white rabbit, which Beaver talks Ward and June into keeping. Beaver names him Henry only to later discover Henry is really a Henrietta and she's expecting.
The Case Of The Blind Man's Bluff (s4, ep19)
Crooked jewelry store owner Karl Addison learns that he needs an operation that will temporarily blind him. Addison makes plans to rob his own store knowing that his sightlessness will provide him with a perfect alibi.
The Reporter (aka The Widow) (s1, ep)
A reporter asks for Matlock's help in clearing a newlywed (Caryn Richman) charged with the murder of her husband.
A Depraved Heart (s7, ep4)
The daughter of an old friend asks Bubba to arrest the man who knowingly gave her AIDS.
The Battle Of Drucilla's Pond (s6, ep10)
Soldiers practice war at Drusilla's pond
Nina's Revenge (s7, ep12)
Nina Sharky hatches a plan to get away from her tight-fisted father and fortune-hunting husband.
A Man Without Land (s8, ep29)
When Ben prevents crooked Ponderosa foreman Ed Philips from swindling rancher Matt Jeffers, Philips uses Joe and Jeffers' son as pawns in an elaborate revenge scheme.
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 Vittorio Bottecelli Story (s3, ep11)
A king orders his womanizing nephew to San Francisco. He joins the wagon train but causes the Major problems as the husbands are complaining about the man's salacious ways.
Suspect Number One (s7, ep5)
Malloy tries to find a way to help a 60-year-old career criminal he arrested 10 years ago, who was recently released and begs to be re-arrested so he can spend his retirement years in the federal penitentiary. Meanwhile, he and Reed become suspicious while investigating an apparent home burglary, and later respond to a bank robbery in progress.
Point Of View (s7, ep6)
Sgt. MacDonald is suffering a marital crisis and turns to Malloy for advice. On today's patrol, a female cashier is taken hostage inside a grocery store by a couple of trigger-happy robbers who attempt to escape on the roof, and an elderly woman turns up missing from her retirement home.
They Call The Wind Korea (s7, ep7)
A strong windstorm affects the M*A*S*H personnel in varying ways: Hawkeye and most of the unit busy themselves securing items that could blow away; Radar prepares his animal hutch for the worst; a disgusted Charles switches his Tokyo-leave transportation from air to ground and runs into a difficult medical situation en route to Seoul.
Major Ego (s7, ep8)
Captain Tom Greenleigh of "Stars and Stripes" comes to the 4077th to write an article about Charles, which makes him act even more egotistical than usual.
Baby, It's Cold Outside (s7, ep9)
While everyone is complaining about the record cold snap, Charles becomes the most unpopular man in camp, when his parents send him a winterized polar suit that he insists on flaunting in front of everyone.
See what it's like to be a patient at the 4077th.
Point Of View (s7, ep10)
In this unique episode, the camera becomes the eyes of a young wounded soldier. It records his sensory responses to being wounded, flown by helicopter to the 4077th, examined, operated on and treated in post-operation.
Runaway Kid (s1, ep6)
Opie becomes friends with an eight-year-old runaway.
Andy The Matchmaker (s1, ep7)
Andy, trying to lift Barney's spirits, stages a minor robbery and tries to match his deputy with a shy seamstress.
The Wedding (s8, ep21)
To keep Shorty in line, Shad has built a cage. Shorty escapes but is soon captured and brought to his wedding rehearsal. The slippery Shorty, however, escapes again.
The Spot Remover (s6, ep19)
Lisa's Uncle Boris sends her a jar of his incredibly effective cleaning fluid. It removes stains from suit coats and rugs, not to mention green from toupees. Seeing dollar signs, Haney sneaks a sample and has it analyzed; the secret formula ends up being a magical recipe for cabbage soup.
Guess Who Came To Dinner? (s4, ep9)
Hogan learns his underground contact may be a double agent after he arranges for her to go to England.
No Names Please (s4, ep10)
Right after Hogan helps a journalist escape from the Germans, an American paper tells of Hogan's operations at his camp.
Guests Chita Rivera And Bob Newhart (part 1)
"Guests Chita Rivera and Bob Newhart. Originally aired on 02/22/71."
The Case Of The Green-eyed Sister (s1, ep21)
Arthur West, a disreputable private investigator, has found J. J. Stanley in a cheap motel. He knows Stanley and his partner, Ned Bain, were involved in the embezzlement of the Texas National Bank. He wants to blackmail Bain into giving him money to keep quiet.
On Now: 12:35am
One For The Angels (s1, ep2)
A street salesman cleverly eludes Death. But if he lives, a little girl must die in his place.
Schartz-metterklume Method (s5, ep35)
The arrival of a governess at the Wellington household has surprising results.
Letter Of Credit (s5, ep36)
A researcher comes to a small-town bank to find out what happened at a robbery years earlier.
Missing: Sun And Sky (s3, ep1)
A valuable racehorse has disappeared on the way to Florida. Mannix is hired to retrieve the noble animal learn why it was abducted.
"Cannon is hired by the wealthy family of a young man, who is assumed to have died from an accidental death in Acapulco."