Sgt. Friday invites Officer Gannon and his wife, Eileen, to dinner only to have the evening interrupted by neighbors and a pair of burglary suspects.
It's a rare glimpse into the private world of Det. Joe Friday when he invites Bill and his wife over for steaks. But the quiet dinner party is interrupted by phone calls, noisy neighbors and a pair of small-time criminals. So much for a night off.
Homicide: Sgt. Friday (Jack Webb) invites Officer Gannon (Harry Morgan) and wife, Eileen (Randy Stuart) to dinner only to have the evening interrupted by neighbors and a pair of burglary suspects.
Friday's evening at Gannon's home is disrupted by a string of neighbors seeking Gannon's advice. While most of the issues are trivial, a woman fleeing an abusive husband and a home invasion spurs both men to action.
Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon can’t even enjoy a quiet football game at Gannon’s home in their off-duty hours when phone calls from Gannon’s neighbors with their petty gripes keep disturbing them.
Friday and Gannon find it difficult to enjoy a football game on TV due to Gannon's neighbors.
The Big Neighbor: Friday and Gannon find it difficult to enjoy a football game on TV due to Gannon's neighbors.
Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon can't enjoy a quiet football game.
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