A man who suffers form a vision disorder shoots his own brother. Was it a case of mistaken identity... or murder?
Bobby and April's long awaited, romantic honeymoon in Paris is interrupted by Sheila Foley, an enigmatic, well-to-do woman, while J.R.'s frustration mounts when he realizes all escape routes from the mental institution are blocked.
Diana uses a computer dating service to investigate a stolen vial containing a deadly virus.
When the third victim of the bus strangler is found, Charlie's Angels are called in to investigate. Two leads turn up; the victims were disadvantaged older men who rode the bus home at night and all were last seen in the vicinity of Freddie's Disco. The Angels concoct a cover, enabling them to question suspects in disguise. They suspect Disco owner Fred (Freddie) Halston, dance shill, Mario Montero and Freddie's D.J., Harry Owens. Further investigation rules out Freddie and Mario. Kelly questions Harry Ovens in his apartment. His lecherous intentions are cut short by his father's arrival, a meeting Harry had forgotten. The father berates Hardy, his job and his station in life, leaving Harry visibly shaken. Kelly informs the Angels of her suspicions about Owens. When they approach Harry's glass D.J. booth at the Disco, they find the music automatically controlled and Harry's voice pre-recorded. The suspect is nowhere to be found. The girls speculate that Owens is stalking yet another victim. On the beach they find Harry about to strangle Mario's father, Hector. The Angels prevent the killing, subdue Harry and haul trim off to jail.
Older men are being found strangled to death on the bus in the vicinity of Freddie's Disco. The Angels suspect the club's D.J., Harry Owens, and when they go to confront him in the booth, he's gone.
Columbo must dig deep when a brilliant filmmaker and blackmailer uses subliminal cuts in a movie to lure his victim to his death. But with an airtight alibi, will he get away with murder? Robert Culp guest stars.
Jeannie's very British Uncle Azmire appears, announcing he must approve Tony. Then Uncle Vasemir, a Cockney, shows up to check on the future groom. As they fight, Tony arrives. Azmire and Vasemir disappear, warning Jeannie they will be observing Tony.
Tony's bachelor party surprises everyone.
Aunt Clara chooses Samantha to defend her when she goes on trial to decide if she should be banished from the witches community, because she is losing her magic Larry stops by at the Stephens' home to pick up some papers for Darrin. Practicing basic witchcraft, Aunt Clara tries to levitate a pencil into a desk drawer just as Larry arrives. The desk, out of Aunt Clara's control, pops out of the room. Samantha gasps when she finds it on the stairs, drawers open, and papers strewn everywhere. While Aunt Clara hastily stuffs papers into the file, Samantha distracts Larry by asking advice about Tabitha?s college career.
Samantha saves Aunt Clara from banishment.
Opie causes a stir in town when he writes a school paper on the historic Battle of Mayberry. He finds that the truth does not match the legend.
Opie upsets the whole town when he proves that the famous Battle of Mayberry was only a bloodless brawl, settled over a jug of corn liquor.
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