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Copter Cave In (s4, ep18)
A gunman fleeing from prison forces a prospector to hide him in an abandoned gold mine.
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.
The Missing Realtor (s2, ep10)
A woman real estate agent is missing and turns up dead in a vacant home. The detectives' one suspect, the woman's ex-boyfriend, is cleared; then credit card bills for purchases made after the woman's death start appearing.
Doctor In The House (s3, ep13)
Steve throws out his sacroiliac and is convinced that there is only one doctor who can help him.
Bill Is Sleepwalking
"Bill sleepwalks through the episode. Plus, there’s a great Popeye cartoon which influenced the game "Donkey Kong." "
The Poor Loser (s6, ep31)
Ward is given two tickets to a baseball game and is faced with an impossible decision. Should he take Wally or Beaver? Beaver lets him off the hook when he announces he has plans with Gilbert. However, when they fall through, Beaver changes his mind about the game and becomes convinced because he's the youngest he gets the short stick.
Summer In Alaska (s6, ep33)
Eddie is happy to break the news that he plans to spend his summer on a fishing boat in Alaska and this prompts Wally and Lumpy to think about signing up to do the same thing. However, they all get a dose of reality when they discover just what kind of conditions they would be living in.
The Case Of The Injured Innocent (s5, ep10)
After a test driver deliberately crashes a race car equipped with an experimental engine, claims the collision paralyzed him and then ends up murdered, Mason defends the investor behind the engine's creation.
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The Student (s4, ep)
Matlock is on the case when a professor is murdered and one of his students, whom he was having an affair with, takes the blame. Matlock soon uncovers that the motive was not love, but something far more unusual.
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Prisoners (s2, ep5)
Sweet risks his life to prove that the Sheriff of a neighboring county is guilty of the racially motivated murder of a young man that Sweet was friends with in high school.
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The First Day (s3, ep3)
Everything seems to go wrong on John-Boy's first day at Boatwright University
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Reunion 78
"Belle Archer recognizes Jerry Shand and hides her face. Jerry has a grudge against Andy Cully, a paunchy hardware drummer. At the Long Branch Jerry is beating Andy up. Matt's ready to lock Jerry up. Andy bails him out. On the street Andy apologizes and offers Jerry $600. Jerry knows Andy is a murderer."
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"Troy Carver, an aging ex-lawman gets off the stage. Matt calls to him. Troy turns and almost shoots Matt. Matt tells Troy if someone is after you I'll help. Troy says mind your own business. Moss tells Matt Lee Polen has been hanging for several days. Lee says he's going to kill Troy for killing his brother."
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The Honor Of Cochise (s3, ep3)
The Cartwrights and a calvary captain find themselves surrounded by Cochise and out of water. When Adam is injured, Ben decides he must try to barter with the Indians to save all their lives.
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The Day The Town Slept (s4, ep29)
The town of North Fork becomes a haven for outlaws when suave Ben Judson smooth-talks his way into the marshal's job.
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The Davey Baxter Story (s6, ep17)
"When his wagon falls down a cliff, Davey Baxter's mother is killed, and his arm is crushed. The doctor is unavailable, so Chris is forced to make the decision to amputate. This changes everything for Davey and the girl he plans to marry."
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Trouble In The Bank (s6, ep15)
While on a quiet patrol, Reed decides to spend part of his lunch break doing business at his bank while Malloy waits in the patrol car. Unfortunately, he walks into the clutches of a pair of ruthless robbers who take him hostage.
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North Hollywood Division (s6, ep16)
Reed volunteers to write a profile on Malloy for the LAPD's magazine to honor his 10th anniversary on the force, but soon discovers he may be in over his head. Out on patrol, an apparent gas station armed robbery gets turned on its head when they question the parties after a long chase, a man goes to extreme lengths to get his neighbor's poodle to stop barking, a woman's plan to get her husband arrested backfires and a liquor store robbery suspect barricades himself inside a house's garage after a high-speed chase.
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The Addams Family And The Spacemen (s1, ep27)
Pugsley has been having fun setting off homemade rockets. However, this has prompted neighbors to call into MSO (Mysterious Space Objects), to report unidentified flying objects. This leads two investigators to check out the situation and soon become conviced the Addams family are Martians.
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Social Studies (s11, ep13)
Chachi is hesitant about asking girls out for fear that he will be rejected. Fonzie tells Chachi that girls will ask him out because he has the Fonzarelli power.
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Are You Now, Margaret? (s8, ep2)
A Congressional aide, Williamson, visits the 4077th on a supposedly routine fact-finding tour, but it's discovered that his motives are far deeper—too uncover Margaret as a communist sympathizer. His case is full of innuendo, so the gang set out to help Margaret.
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Man In A Hurry (s3, ep16)
Big businessman Malcolm Tucker is stuck in Mayberry on a Sunday when his car breaks down outside the city limits. He's soon driven to frustration when he finds there is no way to get anything done until the following day.
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The Recruiting Poster (s4, ep2)
Gomer learns his face will be on a recruiting poster—instead of Sgt. Carter's.
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The Coming Out Party (s6, ep2)
Lori, the little girl who missed the train back to the city, is staying with the Douglases. Lisa's plan to introduce her to the local children by having a party and gets out of hand; the festivities grow to include Haney giving biplane rides. While Oliver fights to downsize her event, he searches for a replacement part for his ancient tractor.
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The Crittendon Plan (s3, ep1)
Crittendon disrupts Hogan's plan to blow up a tunnel and stop a convoy of rocket fuel.
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Some Of Their Planes Are Missing (s3, ep2)
The Germans plan to send their men into England via captured planes.
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Guests Ken Barry And Jack Weston
In The Operation, Carol asks Harvey for a divorce, moments before he operates on an ailing patient. Then, in Ethel Herman, Jack Weston flirts with Carol, who replies to him only in song. Finally, in The Old Folks, Carol teases Harvey that he's too old to play golf.
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The Case Of The Terrified Typist (s1, ep38)
While a woman is searching the office of the South African Diamond Company, George Baxter enters to meet Walter Lumis and Duane Jefferson. He notices things in disarray and tries to question the woman, but she makes her escape and seeks out Mason.
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Coming, Mama (s6, ep25)
A woman begins to realize that her mother has no intentions of cutting her from her apron strings.
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Deathmate (s6, ep26)
An older woman tries to convince her young lover to end her husband's life.
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A Walk In The Shadows (s5, ep1)
Tom Farnon is in a tight spot: When he wants to catch his wife, Linda, with her lover on his yacht, a shot rings out and Linda falls dead overboard.
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Killer On The Hill (s4, ep17)
A military general hires Cannon to find the daughter he put up for adoption years ago but it appears as though someone doesn't want the girl to be found.
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Deadlier Species, The (s3, ep21)
A lawyer is killed when he finds out who's been swindling women.