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Hostage Officer (s3, ep36)
When an officer is taken captive, Mathews uses his expert skill in radio-electronics to locate the fugitives and free his officer.
The Grenade (s2, ep1)
A surly teenager throws acid on the back of another student and later crashes a party armed with a live hand grenade.
The Shooting Board (s2, ep2)
Friday lands in hot water after a thief he attempted to apprehend, and in the process shot at, turns up dead and SID can't find evidence that the man fired at Friday.
The Baby Nurse (s9, ep5)
Hoping to become Robbie and Katie's baby nurse, Uncle Charley embarks on a marathon of babysitting jobs so he can learn the ropes.
Very Superstitious
"Bill doesn't beleive in superstitions... or does he?"
Junior Fire Chief (s4, ep34)
Beaver decides to run for junior fire chief and, to his surprise, wins. However, as soon as he's elected, he lets the responsibilities go to his head and begins issuing citations to not only his family but his neighbors as well.
Beaver's Frogs (s4, ep35)
Beaver wants a canoe and makes a deal with Ward: If Beaver can come up with half the money, Ward will pay for the other half. So Beaver, comes up with a way of making money by selling frogs. However, little does he know that the man who's going to buy the frogs, uses them for class dissections.
The Prisoner: Part 2 (s4, ep)
When a prison guard is accused of murder, Matlock goes into the prison to defend him.
My Name Is Hank (s3, ep9)
A young refugee claims to be the son of a Sparta cop who died in the war. But quickly becomes a suspect in a murder/robbery after he accepts a ride with the criminals who actually committed the crime. Gillespie looks into his story, while Virgil and the boys track down the shooter. Meanwhile, the young man’s presence triggers a surprisingly bitter reaction from Parker, who views him as a painful reminder of the war.
The Remembrance (s8, ep18)
Zadok Walton visits the mountain. He seems eccentric, but turns out he is held in esteem by Boatwright University for his work
Extradition: Part 1 (s9, ep10)
Matt tracks an accused murderer to Texas.
A Lawman's Lot Is Not A Happy One
"When he is called to testify in an out-of-town lumber shark case, Roy recruits Hoss to temporarily serve as sheriff. Hoss quickly finds his hands full dealing with a reluctant groom, who plans a robbery to make himself less appealing to his assertive fiancé; and a persistent salesman wanting to sell stock for a resort in the Virginia City area. Will Virginia City ever be the same?"
The Three-legged Terror (s1, ep30)
When a rambunctious teenager wrecks a schoolroom, Lucas McCain, as a member of the North Fork school board, asks the boy's reluctant uncle to pay for the damages.
The Angry Man (s1, ep31)
The McCains try to be tolerant of their embittered neighbor, Abel MacDonald, who tells Lucas to keep off his land and won't allow his son to become friends with Mark. However, McCain decides he's gone too far when he won't allow his injured boy to get medical treatment.
The Bruce Saybrook Story (s5, ep9)
"Lord Bruce Saybrook, London millionaire, takes his brother, wife and employee out west on a hunting trip hoping to repair his relationships. They run into hostile Indians. During the ensuing battle, everyone's the true character comes out."
Sub-station (s4, ep20)
On temporary assignment at LAX, Reed and Malloy have to save a stewardess who is taken hostage inside a lounge by a man desperately trying to get the attention of a television producer. Afterward, they go undercover as rental car employees to intercept a large narcotics delivery from Toledo, and then try to identify and apprehend a rape suspect before he's able to escape on a flight.
Back-up One L-20 (s4, ep21)
While transporting a burglar to the station with Malloy's assistance, Sgt. MacDonald strikes and kills a jaywalker with his cruiser, but unfortunately all of the witnesses on the sidewalk inexplicably claim she was in the crosswalk. With the burglar unmotivated to testify on MacDonald's behalf, Malloy has to take it upon himself to clear his boss.
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.
The Education Of Ernest T. Bass (s5, ep4)
Ernest T. is back in Mayberry to get his diploma. He is so determined that Andy convinces Helen to allow him to attend class, but Ernest T. isn't exactly classroom material.
Aunt Bee's Romance (s5, ep5)
An old beau of Aunt Bee comes to town to court her.
The Psychiatrist Gets Clampetted (s1, ep34)
Jethro returns to Dr. Twombly’s office to get his Certificate Of Health. Twombly examines Jethro, learning about each member of the family. But the family member that interests the psychiatrist is Granny. Twombly asks Drysdale to help him learn more about the family, wanting to know more about Granny. Meanwhile, Pearl is hoping to see the doctor again, and Granny creates a love charm for Pearl to use to conjure the doctor to her.
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It's Human To Be Humane (s2, ep18)
Bored and looking for a project, Lisa becomes the head of the "Hooterville Human Humane Committee". She takes her cause to the extreme, declaring everything from duck hunting to selling chicken eggs off limits. Soon, the Douglases house is a zoo and the locals are ready to run her out of town.
The General Swap (s2, ep17)
Hogan captures a German general to trade for an American general who dislikes Hogan.
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The Great Brinksmeyer Robbery (s2, ep18)
Hogan robs a bank to help pay for a map to German rocket installations.
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Carol Burnett and Friends
Guests Anthony Newley And Dick Martin
In Singles Bar, an obnoxious and prying Carol sabotages Vicki's chance with a guy. Then, in Salute to Detective Movies, the gang parodies classic films, including "Sherlock Holmes", "The Maltese Falcon", "Sam Spade", and "Miss Marple".
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The Case Of The Lucky Legs (s3, ep10)
Marjorie Cluny wins a contest for best-looking legs sponsored by Frank Patton of Stellar Productions. Her prize is a trip to Hollywood and a role in Patton's next picture. Unfortunately, there was fine print in Marjorie's contract that she didn't read.
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The Passersby (s3, ep4)
A Confederate soldier and a widower meet during the end of the Civil War.
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Decoy (s1, ep37)
Gil is in love with a married singer who wants to kill her abusive husband.
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The Creeper (s1, ep38)
A serial killer known as “the strangler” terrorizes a New York neighborhood.
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Lifeline (s5, ep1)
After a nightclub singer, and friend of Mannix, begins displaying erratic behavior, he soon becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation.
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Night Flight To Murder (s3, ep7)
A man hires Cannon to find out who is using trained dogs to kill the man he served with in Vietnam, and why. It might have something to do with the unit's commanding officer, permanently disabled, perhaps by his own men.
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Run Away To Terror (s5, ep24)
A runaway thinks she committed a murder.