Barney Miller Season 4
Barney Miller Season 4
First Air Date: September 15, 1977
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4x23 Inauguration (May 18, 1978)
Harris does some extensive soul searching when he's offered a job on the mayor's security team.
4x22 The Sighting (May 11, 1978)
A man liquidates all of his assets into gold, much to his wife's dismay; Wojo claims he saw a UFO over Staten Island.
4x21 Evaluation (May 04, 1978)
The members of the squad nervously await Barney filling out their evaluation forms. Meanwhile, Harris arrests a numerologist who will only give his name as ""1223,"" and a porno shop reporting vandalism turns out to be a mom and pop operation being hassled by their kids.
4x20 Hostage (March 23, 1978)
Harris finally finds an apartment in the Village; a ventriloquist insists he's not responsible for his dummy's insensitive remarks; a prisoner holds the boys at gunpoint.
4x19 'Quo Vadis?' (March 02, 1978)
Barney uncovers, if you will, the real reason behind a woman's vehement insistence that a nude-painting exhibit at a local art gallery be shut down; the Millers may be heading for divorce.
4x18 Wojo's Problem (February 23, 1978)
Wojo comes to Barney with a problem his superior would rather not know about; the 12th's new female detective has a very jealous husband, suspicious of her all-male co-workers; somehow a shoplifter escapes - in a wheelchair.
4x17 Eviction (2) (February 09, 1978)
The hotel situation now involves a SWAT team, while Dietrich learns the identity of his amnesic ""girlfriend.""
4x16 Eviction (1) (February 02, 1978)
Barney puts his career on the line by refusing to forcibly evict the tenants of a condemned hotel, while Lugar tries to figure out what to do with his vacation time.
4x15 Rape (January 26, 1978)
The city legalizes off-track gambling, to the delight of Yemana; a woman wants her husband arrested on a rape charge; a master of disguise perpetuates a crime spree.
4x14 Appendicitis (January 19, 1978)
Yemana is hospitalized with appendicitis; the cage is a stopping-off place for a sugar addict and an aging bounty hunter.
4x13 The Ghost (January 12, 1978)
The detectives are unimpressed with a man who claims he's being visited by a poltergeist - that is, until they lock the man up and strange events begin occurring about the squad room.
4x12 The Bank (January 05, 1978)
A man charges a sperm bank with murder after the lab unwittingly destroys the man's last sample.
4x11 Atomic Bomb (December 15, 1977)
Neither the bomb squad nor the government recognizes a college student's physics project as a functional atomic bomb - but Detective Dietrich does.
4x10 Tunnel (December 01, 1977)
Wojo is buried alive after a tunnel collapses on a burglar burrowing towards the diamond exchange; a homeless Harris is combing Manhattan for a new apartment.
4x09 Thanksgiving Story (November 24, 1977)
The detectives clean up after three mental patients sit down to Thanksgiving dinner at an automat.
4x08 Chase (November 17, 1977)
A taxi company is irate when Wojo totals a borrowed cab while pursuing a robbery suspect; Lieutenant Scanlon tries to ferret out 12th Precinct corruption with a drug pusher.
4x07 Blizzard (November 03, 1977)
A blizzard holes up the 12th with an unwelcome guestâ€”a corpse; a self-proclaimed prophet is sure that the weather is indicative of a new ice age.
4x06 Copy Cat (October 27, 1977)
Yemana scours the TV Guide to try to second-guess the felon who's aping the prime-time lineup crime shows; a drunk forgets the most important element in a hold-up - a weapon.
4x05 Burial (October 20, 1977)
Retired Sergeant Fish returns to assist Barney in locating a pilfered corpse.
4x04 Corporation (October 06, 1977)
A quixotic environmentalist faces the high-priced lawyer hired by the chemical plant he's been assaulting.
4x03 Bugs (September 29, 1977)
Listening devices discovered in the squad room may have come from Internal Affairs - or the Nixon administration!
4x02 Goodbye, Mr. Fish (2) (September 22, 1977)
Fish finally shows up for work, but refuses to acknowledge his mandatory retirement.
4x01 Goodbye, Mr. Fish (1) (September 15, 1977)
A neighborhood vigilante group runs amok, and Fish is AWOL on the day of his retirement.