Barney Miller Season 7
Barney Miller Season 7
First Air Date: October 30, 1980
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7x22 Liquidation (May 21, 1981)
Harris is forced to liquidate his possessions to pay off his lawsuit.
7x21 The Rainmaker (May 14, 1981)
The officers arrest a rainmaker, only discover that he was hired by the drought-ridden city; Wojo, Harris and Dietrich each consider a job opening in vice.
7x20 The Vests (May 07, 1981)
The detectives are reluctant to wear their new bulletproof vests; Luger interviews them in case of the need for a quick obituary.
7x19 Riot (April 30, 1981)
Luger takes a small disturbance with the Hassidic community and turns it into a full-scale riot; the squad discovers a survivalist couple setting up housekeeping in the sewers.
7x18 Lady and the Bomb (April 09, 1981)
The verdict is in on the Harris/Ripner libel suit, and a woman threatens to blow up the squad room with a homemade bomb. What better time for Detective Fish to drop by for a visit?
7x17 The Doll (March 26, 1981)
An expensive doll is abducted for ransom; a man claims he was swindled in exchange for a ticket on the space shuttle; Luger informs Barney that he's in his will.
7x16 Contempt (2) (March 19, 1981)
When Barney spends the night in jail, the squad room is left in the natty hands of Sergeant Harris.
7x15 Contempt (1) (March 12, 1981)
A restaurant may have refused a man service because of his appearance; Barney won't name an informant so he's charged with contempt of court.
7x14 Rachel (February 26, 1981)
Ripner is suing Harris over the lawyer's portrayal in the detective's novel; Wojo asks Barney's daughter out on a date; a sporting-goods storeowner takes the law in his own hands.
7x13 The Librarian (February 19, 1981)
A serious tone pervades this episode about a gypsy and his harassment of the owner of a novelty store; on the lighter side, a librarian takes extreme measures to ensure quiet amongst the stacks.
7x12 Stormy Weather (February 12, 1981)
A deaf woman is arrested for prostitution; Barney anxiously awaits news of Wojo, who dived into the Hudson River in pursuit of a looter.
7x11 The Psychic (February 05, 1981)
An accused mugger claims that he was answering a psychic vision; a language professor takes vandalistic umbrage to a grammatically incorrect billboard.
7x10 Movie (2) (January 29, 1981)
A blind mugging victim and an overzealous charity collector are among the disparate audience members at the screening of Harris' overbudget film.
7x09 Movie (1) (January 22, 1981)
Harris is assigned to direct a pornographic movie; an old-time radio newsman assaults a vacuous television anchor.
7x08 Field Associate (January 15, 1981)
Someone is sending specific information on transgressions of the men to Internal Affairs; Harris sets up a reunion between an elderly cat burglar and the wife who reported him missing years ago.
7x07 Resignation (January 08, 1981)
Dietrich, stricken with guilt when he shoots a felon, tenders his resignation; a playwright assaults an incompetent actor.
7x06 Call Girl (December 18, 1980)
Dorsey takes a protective stance to a young prostitute; Harris is getting stock tips from another one; and Dietrich is tempted by all of them as he experiments with celibacy.
7x05 Agent Orange (December 11, 1980)
Another domestic dispute at the Brauer household occurs when their apartment building becomes ""clothing optional""; Wojo takes a personal interest in the plight of a fellow vet whose crime spree may be a result of the Agent Orange chemical.
7x04 Dorsey (November 27, 1980)
The new detective is convinced that his compatriots are on the take and asks to be dealt out.
7x03 The Delegate (November 13, 1980)
A drunk and disorderly turns out to be a delegate from the 1976 Democratic convention; Barney discovers a problem with the newly assigned Officer Nash - he's not a cop.
7x02 Homicide (2) (November 06, 1980)
Harris woos the precinct's crime photographer, while Dietrich tracks down the hit man's intended target; Barney's frustration boils over when the new homicide-only edict results in the death of an old friend.
7x01 Homicide (1) (October 30, 1980)
When the NYPD restructures its precincts as specialty squads, Luger pulls some strings and gets the 12th assigned as a homicide squad. Business is good; a man murders his barber, and a woman hires a hit man to kill her husband, and then changes her mind.