Sgt. Friday and Officer Gannon search for a burglary suspect dressed in a bright green cape and Napoleon hat who only steals photos of an old comic-strip hero.
Bill and Joe seek a burglary suspect who fancies himself a superhero but is actually a common thief, stealing memorabilia of his childhood hero, Captain Midnight. When they find their man, they don't know whether to take pity, or take him to jail.
Burglary: Sgt. Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Gannon (Harry Morgan) search for a burglary suspect dressed in a bright green cape and Napoleon hat who only steals photos of an old comic strip hero. Tim Donnelly guest-stars.
Sgt. Friday and Officer Gannon pose as implement buyers at a convention where gamblers are luring strangers in town to a private game.
Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon are called to a theater to investigate an acid-throwing incident. Traced to his home, a teenage suspect runs away — carrying a live grenade.
Friday and Gannon's faith in young people is shaken when they bring in Gerald Paulson, who threw sulfuric acid on a fellow student. When Paulson brings a hand grenade to a party, the detectives' fears are realized. Jan Michael Vincent guest stars.
The Grenade: When Friday and Gannon trace a teenage suspect to his home, he runs away carrying a live grenade.
Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon are called to a theater to investigate an acid-throwing incident.
Sgt. Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Gannon (Harry Morgan) crack down on a gang of juvenile shoplifters, in "The Big Kids". When teen-ager Bobby Lassin (Mickey Sholdar) is caught stealing a strange assortment of goods, including diapers, paper clips and hair dryer, Sgt. Friday delves into the reasons why a boy would take such items. The investigation leads to a mod-clad club, which has a unique set of entrance requirements. The cast includes Roger Mobley as Audie, club leader, Peggy Webber, as Mrs. Lassin, Bobby's mother, Art Balinger as Police Capt. Richey and Richard Crane as Police Sgt. Pearson.
Alice makes Dennis promise not to fight after he is picked on by the school bully.
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