Barney Miller Season 3
Barney Miller Season 3
First Air Date: September 23, 1976
|First Aired on||:||1976|
3x22 Strike (2) (March 31, 1977)
Barney and Inspector Luger man the fort alone when the detectives go out on strike.
3x21 Strike (1) (March 24, 1977)
An impending strike is on everyone's mind, except the woman who was robbed by her computer date. (Part 1 of 2)
3x20 Group Home (March 10, 1977)
Yemana assists a bigoted Army officer when a bomber threatens a recruiting facility; it's Fish's turn for mugging detail as Victor and Jilly resurface with Bernice in tow.
3x19 Asylum (February 24, 1977)
Marty is picked up for parole violation with a half ounce of marijuana; Wojo prematurely grants a Russian defector asylum.
3x18 Moonlighting (February 17, 1977)
Barney discovers that Harris has been moonlighting; Dietrich arrests a priest who's fencing stolen goods; a racketeer is using a retarded boy as an assistant.
3x17 Sex Surrogate (February 10, 1977)
Weary of waiting for promotion, Levitt announces that he's quitting the force; Barney investigates a sex clinic that borders on brothel status; Harris investigates a rash of crimes ostensibly committed by a juvenile.
3x16 Abduction (February 03, 1977)
Barney has his hands full with a couple who want his assistance with their cult-influenced daughter, and Nick's bookie who's arrested for his efforts.
3x15 Fire '77 (January 27, 1977)
The 12th may go up in smoke, to the delight of a suicidal couple.
3x14 The Rand Report (January 20, 1976)
Rather than return one week per month to uniformed patrol, Wojo quits the force.
3x13 Community Relations (January 13, 1977)
An evicted tenant greets a landlord with a musket; Barney's charged with harassment when he books a blind shoplifter.
3x12 Smog Alert (January 06, 1977)
All eyes are on Fish as the city undergoes a first-stage smog alert; an unlikely connection is made between a potential suicide victim and an obscene graffiti artist.
3x11 Hash (December 30, 1976)
Wojo brings hashish-laced brownies his new girlfriend made to the 12th Precinct, getting the detective squad stoned; while an actor and critic (""natural enemies"" says Harris) square off with dueling swords.
3x10 Christmas Story (December 23, 1976)
Wojo wants to tell Yemana that his Christmas Eve date is a call girl; Fish dons a red suit to catch a mugger who's targeting Kris Kringles; Luger fishes for an invitation from Barney for Christmas Day.
3x09 Power Failure (December 09, 1976)
A power failure darkens spirits at the 12th, where they play host to a man with a split personality.
3x08 Noninvolvement (November 18, 1976)
Barney doesn't see a crime, but Wojo's brought in a man for refusing to aid a mugging victim.
3x07 The Recluse (November 11, 1976)
A latter-day prophet claims the end is near - 5:30, to be precise; a man who hasn't left his apartment since World War II is brought in for refusing to serve jury duty. John Cassisi appears as Victor Kreutzer, a role he would continue to play on ""Fish.""
3x06 Werewolf (October 28, 1976)
A disturbance in the park turns out to be a man who claims to be a werewolf.
3x05 The Election (October 21, 1976)
Election Day at the One-Two includes: A woman, being held from voting by her husband, throws a toilet seat into the street to get attention; a shoplifter gets escorted to vote by Wojo, who promptly 'loses' him; and Inspector Lugar comes electioneering for a old time political hack.
3x04 Bus Stop (October 14, 1976)
Quarters are tight at the 12th when a holdup man is confined with his busload of victims.
3x03 Quarantine (2) (October 07, 1976)
The quarantined 12th Precinct tries to make it through the night: Lugar has a 'talk' with Marty and Daryl Driscoll; and Harris has a loud rant in his sleep.
3x02 Quarantine (1) (September 30, 1976)
Wojo brings in a sick perp who collapses on the floor...resulting in the 12th being put under quarantine,with the following personnel present:A lady of the evening [who gets friendly with Fish!], Marty and Mr Driscoll, and of course, Inspector Lugar....
3x01 Evacuation (September 23, 1976)
Wojo is dismayed to discover that the city doesn't have up-to-date evacuation procedures in the event of an emergency; Fish meets Jilly Pappalardo, a young thief who he will eventually care for in the ""Barney"" spin-off ""Fish.""