Toody makes a grand entrance at the policeman's ball.
Unknowingly, Toody's 11-year-old nephew Marvin's casual remarks help Toody and Muldoon solve tough cases. But by the time they realize what's happening, they're not the only ones that want to have Marvin around.
Officers have differing opinions of what to get Cpt. Block for his wedding anniversary.
After attending a large wedding, Sylvia becomes upset that she and Leo had been married by a Justice of the Peace. She firmly insists on correcting that situation.
The inspector announces that Cpt. Block needs to take a vacation. A temporary replacement is assigned.
A professional pickpocket steals Toody's wallet and assumes Toody's identity as a Police Officer. He arrests other pickpockets, until he himself is finally caught.
Sick of having a clean reputation, Muldoon is determined to change what people think of him.
Cpt. Block investigates the success of the Toody-Muldoon partnership.
One Thursday, Toody and Muldoon persuade the Precinct that today is Friday.
An artist gives Toody one of his paintings. Toody doesn't realize its value until it's too late.
Muldoon panics when he discovers that his height might disqualify him from the force.
Toody goes undercover with a female police officer and a boy to catch a purse snatcher. When Lucille gets wind of this new assignment, she assumes that her husband leads a double life.
The Chief Inspector judges Toody and Muldoon's performance to be unacceptable. He charges Cpt. Block to change things.
The Whippoorwills from the 53rd Precinct enter a barbershop quartet contest.
A broken television set inspires Toody to take up reading.
The Precinct puts on a special Christmas program for their friends and family. The program features songs depicting life at the Precinct rather than Christmas carols.
Lousy big-screen version of the silly '60's television series about a couple of wacky New York City cops who are assigned to protect a mob informant. Busted!
Set in the Bronx's 53rd precinct, where the cops depicted are all great comedic characters, as are the residents of the neighborhood they patrol. The central figures of the show are the Mutt & Jeff squad car team of Toody and Muldoon, played by Joe E. Ross and Fred Gwynne.
This release from the classic sitcom Car 54, Where Are You? includes all 30 episodes from the show's first season, following the infamous police officers Francis Muldoon and Gunther Toody as they bumble their way through solving crimes - and trying to keep themselves out of trouble.