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Radioactive (s1, ep8)
Dan Mathews and his officers race against time to find a stolen oil indicator device that contains potentially lethal radioactive pellets.
Burglary - Helpful Woman (s4, ep14)
Police track down a thief who specializes in elderly people.
Homicide - Who Killed Who? (s4, ep15)
A shooting case exemplifies how the police gather—and why they must sometimes withhold—evidence.
Dear Robbie (s4, ep4)
Robbie is chosen to write an advice column on love for the school paper.
Bill Wigs Out
"Jenn Zee and the Aliennabbers believe that Bill is aging backwards after he accidentally glues a wig to the top of his head. Cartoons include the classic Chuck Jones short "Rabbit of Seville," starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. "
The Grass Is Always Greener (s2, ep15)
Beaver and Wally make friends with the garbage man's kids, Chris and Pete. They quickly learn that they take for granted what they have. Simple things like just having a yard to play in leave Chris and Pete in awe.
The Boat Builders (s2, ep16)
Wally, Chester and Tooey are building their own boat and plan to sail on it, despite Ward and June's forbidding Wally. Once at the lake, Beaver is the only one small enough to get in it and once on the water, the boat tips over leaving a soaked Beaver behind. However, it's trying to keep their afternoon of boating a secret from Ward and June, that's really going to wipe Wally and Beaver out.
The Case Of The Lurid Letter (s6, ep10)
A young widowed high school English teacher in a small town is accused via letter of making passes and more towards some of her male students. But a small town is a small town and it seems that all the key figures are involved.
The Formula (s5, ep)
A young acquaintance of Matlock's asks for his expertise when accused of murder and the theft of a secret formula.
Hello In There (s3, ep13)
Bubba refuses to believe that a former teammate embezzled funds from the bank where he worked. And sets out to prove that his friend was framed and murdered. Harriet hopes that art therapy can help the man's traumatized son, who becomes a target himself when the killer realizes he witnessed the crime.
The Prophecy (s4, ep4)
John's 25th high school reunion is being planned; he thinks he is not successful, but at the reunion, everyone thinks he is the winner
How To Kill A Woman
"When a man is murdered on a stagecoach, the stagecoach driver thinks that there might some connection between the stagecoach station manager (Jesse Daggett) and the stagecoach robber (Nate Pilcher)."
Cows And Cribs
"When a young couple dies of the fever out on the prairie, Doc, Matt and Chester bring the couple's young baby into Dodge to find a good home for the young baby. Matt turns the baby over to Ma Smalley for temporary care until adoptive parents can be found."
A Hot Day For A Hanging (s4, ep4)
On behalf of his father, Hoss sets out to deliver a large sum of money to the town of Dutchman Flats. Upon his arrival, however, Hoss is arrested by Sheriff Stedman on a charge of bank robbery.
The Blowout (s2, ep3)
Newly arrived gunslinger Al Walker throws a mammoth party at the saloon, keeping acting Marshal Ben Waller busy until Lucas is forced to intervene.
Obituary (s2, ep4)
Newspaperman Byron Claremont specializes in profiles of famous gunmen. One of his stories was responsible for an old-time marshal's death; and his next subject is Lucas.
The Wanda Snow Story (s8, ep16)
"Wanda Snow has several times seen events before they have happened, causing several people on the wagon train to accuse her of being a witch. A medicine show peddler/magician gets the idea to use her in his act, but this creates friction between him and his devious partner."
Log 153 -- Find Me A Needle (s2, ep2)
Malloy and Reed are on the lookout for the "Mulholland Mauler," who has raped six female hitchhikers and left them for dead. They quickly make an arrest of a likely suspect and take him to the location of an abandoned vehicle, after learning its owner never made it to her destination.
Log 52 -- Good Cop: Handle With Care (s2, ep3)
Malloy and Reed see a man passed out in an alley and stop to lend assistance, deliver bad news to a young wife, apprehend a mentally ill man who then becomes uncontrollably violent in their patrol car, and respond to a robbery that needlessly becomes a tragedy. All along the way the officers have their every move second guessed by a pair of young, unethical freelance journalists who are determined to document police brutality.
Ophelia Visits Morticia (s2, ep24)
Following yet another broken relationship with a man, Morticia's sister Ophelia comes for a visit. It seems her latest boyfriend left her for the Peace Corps and Uncle Fester agrees to join the Peace Corps in order to find him. However, when Fester is rejected and not wanting to hurt his feelings, Gomez and Morticia try to get Uncle Fester to change his mind about the whole thing.
Richie Moves Out (s2, ep1)
Richie feels that he doesn't have enough privacy, so he decides to move in with Chuck. He quickly discovers, though, that bachelor life isn't quite what he expected.
Who Knew? (s11, ep5)
Hawkeye volunteers to deliver the eulogy for a dead nurse that he briefly dated, and belatedly discovers her deep feelings for him.
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.
Guest In The House (s5, ep24)
Andy's pretty young cousin, Gloria, comes for a visit after breaking up with her boyfriend. Aunt Bee asks Andy to be nice to her and his attention makes Helen jealous.
The Case Of The Punch In The Nose (s5, ep25)
In going through some courthouse paperwork, Barney discovers an open case involving Floyd and Charlie Foley. He tries to close the books on the case, but ends up reopening the arguments.
Car For Sale (s5, ep1)
Hacker plans to get even when Sgt. Carter sells his car to Gomer instead of to him.
My Husband, The Rooster Renter (s1, ep5)
Mr. Haney rents Bertram the rooster to Oliver for fifty cents a day. Unfortunately, he's a "pecker", not a "crower", so he also gets a chicken named Alice. Oliver then sets about getting a phone installed in the kitchen (though the line won't be connected for three months), the plumbing and roof fixed, and electricity via a rickety power generator. Mr. Douglas also meets his county farm agent, the absent-minded Hank Kimball, who takes some soil samples for analyzing.
The Gasoline War (s5, ep4)
Hogan and his men plan to destroy a gasoline station that has just been built in camp.
Unfair Exchange (s5, ep5)
Hogan kidnaps Burkhalter's sister in order to exchange her for a captured Allied agent.
The Carol Burnett Show
Guests Jonathan Winters And Dionne Warwick
"Guests Jonathan Winters and Dionne Warwick. Originally aired on 01/29/68."
The Case Of The Dubious Bridegroom (s2, ep29)
Mason returns to his office late one night and finds an attractive woman climbing into his balcony window. She claims to be Virginia Colfax, the secretary of Ed Garvin, who has an office next door to Mason's.
The Obsolete Man (s2, ep29)
In a future state where religion and books have been banned, a librarian is judged obsolete and sentenced to death.
Day Of Reckoning (s1, ep)
An easygoing guy has a curious difficulty: he can't convince anyone that he murdered his adulterous partner.
A Way To Dusty Death (s7, ep2)
Mannix ruffles some feathers in a small town when he arrives in search of a missing youth.
"Cannon is hired to investigate when an Army researcher seems to have gone insane for no obvious reason. Another cry for help comes out of Cannon's past. A girl he once knew is concerned about her husband's -he's a research scientist- fits of irrational behavior. they touch on mind-boggling drugs here, a topical subject."