MeTV Schedule For Washington D.C., DC

Illegal Entry (s4, ep28)
Dan Matthews investigates an illegal immigration racket.
Homicide - Cigarette Butt (s4, ep7)
A murder victim's smoking habits help Friday track down the killer.
D.h.q. - Missing Person (s4, ep8)
A high school student is missing.
Be My Guest (s5, ep21)
Robbie puts pressure on his dad to join him at the exotic Brookdale Country Club.
Ham Radio And Cheese
"Breaker, breaker! Bill shows Toony the joys of amateur radio, from ham to C.B."
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 Case Of The Jaded Joker (s2, ep18)
Danny Ross is a television comedian who has been promised a television show and desperately needs to make a comeback. Charles Goff, advertising executive who promised Danny a new show, double-crosses Ross and offers the show to another comedian. When Goff turns up dead, Ross is the prime suspect.
The Diner (s8, ep)
Matlock takes Leanne to meet Martha Jordan, the wife of his very first client back in 1962. Stan Shaw was a black cook at a diner accused of killing a white sheriff after a disagreement. Charlie Matlock pushed his son to take the case, despite the fact that his representing a black man wouldn't sit well with the townspeople.
Bounty Hunter (s4, ep12)
Gillespie receives word that a former Spartan is wanted for the murder of a socialite in Houston. But a ruthless bounty hunter, sent by the victim's jealous husband is already in Sparta and sees the man's sister as a means to locate his quarry.
The Breakdown (s4, ep6)
Jason spends too much time playing with a band
Innocent Broad
"Linda Bell comes to Dodge to meet her fiance Lou Paxon. Lou makes Linda take a job at the Long Branch. Matt is suspicious of Lou and Joe Bassett."
The Big Con
"Mr. Shaneway wants Mr. Pap at the bank to loan him $20,000 for a poker bet. Doc gets kidnapped."
A Good Night's Rest (s6, ep28)
Ben's noisy sons are keeping him from sleeping, prompting a trip to the hotel in town. But rather than finding sanctuary, Ben is bothered by more noise and other irritations that prevent him from a good night's rest.
Dead Cold Cash (s3, ep9)
The widow of a bandit killed by Lucas plots a grotesque revenge.
The Schoolmaster (s3, ep10)
Mark and his friend become trapped in an old mine.
Log 142 -- As High As You Are (s2, ep11)
As Malloy and Reed's patrol begins, an uneventful traffic stop becomes more interesting when something catches Malloy's eye. Later, they discover an unusual situation responding to a break-in at a hospital supply warehouse, which becomes even more odd when the warehouse owner and a group of revenge-seeking thugs show up at the scene. The shift ends in a fitting way when they are called to an apartment where a baby has been left unattended with a pet lion.
Log 43 -- Hostage (s2, ep12)
Malloy and several civilians are taken hostage after he is shot and seriously injured by robbers while stopping for lunch at Duke's Longhorn Café.
Dear Comrade (s7, ep11)
Hawkeye and B.J. discover that Charles is living the "life of Riley," thanks to the attentions of his menially paid Korean servant, Comrade Park, a man of unusual skills. He has an important contribution to make—a native remedy for a seemingly insoluble medical problem.
Out Of Gas (s7, ep12)
Heavy casualties are arriving, creating severe problems for the M*A*S*H unit because they are nearly out of Pentothal. Mulcahy takes up a collection from everyone—including a case of wine from Charles' private supply—and he and Charles take the jeep to make a trade with the black marketers for Pentothal.
An Eye For A Tooth (s7, ep13)
Father Mulcahy takes being passed over for promotion philosophically until he hears of the rapid advancement made by a heroic helicopter pilot. Then his uncharacteristically bold actions stun Colonel Potter and the entire company.
Sheriff Barney (s2, ep12)
Barney gets an offer to become the sheriff of Greendale, and Andy tries to discourage him. Unsure how to handle matters, Andy gets the idea to let Barney be sheriff of Mayberry for a day.
Jethro In The Reserve (s6, ep14)
Granny still believes she captured the real Ulysses S. Grant, still unsure that he is an actor in a movie. Granny also thinks that Colonel Blake is responsible for starting the second Civil War. Granny is upset at Blake, as well as Drysdale, for running away from battle. Drysdale tries to get in good with Granny by replacing Grant’s picture on the fifty-dollar bill with General Lee and tells her he captured Grant. Of course, she knows better.
How To Get From Hooterville To Pixley Without Moving (s4, ep12)
After Oliver orders the Monroe brothers to finish work on the bedroom, they confess that they never got a building permit. Oliver storms off to get one himself, only to discover his barn is in Hooterville but his house is in Pixley. Haney, who sold them the farm, offers to hook a rope to the house and pull it to Hooterville with his truck.
Eight O'clock And All Is Well (s6, ep8)
Hogan finds that a new prisoner is a German spy right after he tells the man all about their secret operations.
The Big Record (s6, ep9)
Klink gives the prisoners a recorder so they can send messages home, but Hogan plans on using the device to record a top-secret SS meeting.
Guests Nanette Fabray And Art Carney
"Guests Nanette Fabray and Art Carney. Originally aired on 02/19/68."
The Case Of The Murderous Mermaid (s8, ep23)
After a swimming stunt goes horribly wrong, a young woman is charged with orchestrating the mayhem, and Mason must set the record straight.
A Hundred Yards Over The Rim (s2, ep23)
In 1847 an American pioneer sets out to find medicine for his dying son—and stumbles into modern-day New Mexico.
The Hands Of Mr. Otterhole (s2, ep32)
A serial killer uses the heavy London fog to confuse the police.
A Man Greatly Beloved (s2, ep33)
A newcomer refuses to allow his garden to be used for a church activity.
Nothing Ever Works Twice (s1, ep6)
When an old flame is found dead, Mannix is named the prime suspect.
A Well Remembered Terror
"Mobsters kidnap Judge Hayes's daughter, on the orders of their boss who is on trial in Hayes's courtroom. Cannon must find and rescue her before the judge is forced to preside over a miscarriage of justice."
Killing Point, The (s8, ep14)
Barnaby looks for a millionaire's mistress, unaware that she's stolen a priceless objet d'art.