Adam-12 Season 1

Season 1

Adam-12 Season 1

First Air Date: September 21, 1968

First Aired on    :   1968
Episodes    :   26 episodes

This is a list of episodes from the first season of Adam-12.



Episodes

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1x26 Log 022: So This Little Guy Goes Into This Bar (April 05, 1969)


Malloy and Reed on patrol deal with a domestic dispute, the theft of a fur, and the noise from a loud party.


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1x25 Log 092: Tell Him He Pushed Back a Little Too Hard (March 29, 1969)


A couple of neighbors co-own a boat and continually fight over it so Malloy and Reed do their best to mediate this latest rift.


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1x24 Log 172: Boy, The Things You Do For The Job (March 22, 1969)


Malloy writes a young woman a traffic ticket and then is bombarded with attention and affection, all of which he doesn't want.


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1x23 Log 012: He Was Trying to Kill Me (March 15, 1969)


A "child-left-alone" call turns up a horrifying case of child neglect. A 6-year-old girl is left home with her baby brother and both parents are unable to provide for their children.


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1x22 Log 152: A Dead Cop Can't Help Anyone (March 08, 1969)


Malloy and Reed respond to a domestic disturbance, involving a man with a gun. Officer Wells and his partner arrive on the scene as their backup. Wells barges into the apartment, nearly getting shot. However, Wells' reckless habits catch up with him, when on a similar call as earlier, he again rushes toward the front door of the residence and is shot.


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1x21 Log 102: We Can't Just Walk Away From It (March 01, 1969)


A teenager is threatening to commit suicide and Malloy and Reed try to talk the troubled youth out of it.


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1x20 Log 073: I'm Still A Cop (February 22, 1969)


Malloy is a part-time student at a local college, where he suddenly finds himself in the middle of of a riot.


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1x19 Log 051: A Jumper - Code Two (February 15, 1969)


Not long after an elderly woman insists that Reed and Malloy help adjust her television antenna, the officers are called to a high-rise hotel, where a suicidal man is determined to jump. Malloy incorrectly handles the situation and Mac harshly reprimands him the follow-up investigation.


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1x18 Log 112: You Blew It (February 08, 1969)


Reed and Malloy make a routine traffic stop on a motorist. Before the NCIC check is completed, the dispatcher broadcasts a domestic dispute call in the two officers' patrol area; Reed and Malloy take the call and let the motorist go. Bad choice; the lieutenant soon calls the two errant officers in to scold them. Turns out the motorist had warrants out for his arrest on robbery and weapons charges. Malloy and Reed then come up with and carry out an ultimately successful plan to nab the wanted criminal.


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1x17 Log 033: It All Happened So Fast (February 01, 1969)


It's been a long night of patrol for Malloy and Reed. Just as the two tired officers are headed to the station to turn in for the night, shots are fired at the patrol car. In the blink of an eye, Reed kills whom he believes was the gunman. Back at the station, Reed undergoes a night of intensive questioning from the captain and lieutenant, as part of the superior officers' investigation into the incident. In the end, the captain confides in Reed that his story is credible and the rookie officer will likely be allowed back on patrol upon the completion of the investigation.


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1x16 Log 062: Grand Theft Horse? (January 18, 1969)


Reed and Malloy assist park rangers in catching a horse thief, a homesick Texan who was high on drugs at the time. The officers then chase two gunmen in a high speed pursuit.


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1x15 Log 036: Jimmy Eisley's Dealing Smack (January 11, 1969)


Reed volunteers to line up entertainment for the department party, just as Malloy needs to serve a subpoena on a famous singer. The team learns of a drug den from their informant and are handed the bust when detectives are too busy to look into it.


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1x14 Log 081: The Long Walk (January 04, 1969)


After roll call, Reed and Malloy provide backup at a robbery, help a lost man return home, handle a call about a prowler, then respond to a silent alarm. Malloy demonstrates for Reed the importance of "officer presence".


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1x13 Log 122: The Thief Who Stole Christmas (December 21, 1968)


On Christmas eve Reed and Malloy make rounds distributing police department donation packages to needy families, and pull many heartstrings.


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1x12 Log 061: The Runaway (December 14, 1968)


When officers Reed and Malloy get to a communal house occupied by hippies, they find a young girl, who has run away from home, extremely sick from narcotic use.


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1x11 Log 111: Snake In The Trunk (December 07, 1968)


Officers Reed and Malloy have to break apart a couple of feuding neighbors, attempt to find a stolen car with a boa constrictor in the trunk, and effect a rescue of two people from a house on fire.


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1x10 Log 132: The Producer (November 30, 1968)


Reed tries to pawn off his new litter of puppies to co-workers, strangers, even victims. The officers work a silent alarm, rescue a boy with his head stuck in a fence, and track down a prowler.


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1x09 Log 101: Someone Stole My Lawn (November 16, 1968)


Reed gets Malloy to agree to an early dinner when his wife puts him on a low-cal diet. However, one after another event prevents them from going code 7 all night long. Events include the theft of a man's sod, stolen credit cards, and a suspected car theft.


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1x08 Log 072: El Presidente (November 09, 1968)


Malloy teases Reed about calculating the cost of a new house while their first baby is still 6 months away. In the meantime they settle a domestic dispute between arguing neighbors, help a taxi driver that was just robbed, and a local man mistaken as the President by a group of rural Mexicans. Finally, they must arrest a psychotic shooter holed up in his house.


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1x07 Log 071: I Feel Like a Fool, Malloy (November 02, 1968)


Among other calls, Officers Malloy and Reed answer a loud noise complaint and discover a teen-age babysitter in desperate need of help.


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1x06 Log 161: And You Want Me to Get Married! (October 26, 1968)


Officers Malloy and Reed look for a robbery suspect, help a woman pinned under her crashed car and settle a family dispute, among other duties.


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1x05 Log 091: You're Not The First Guy's Had The Problem (October 19, 1968)


Officer Reed learns that a professional officer has to keep their emotions under control; even when confronted with an abusive drunk-driver, right after clearing an "officer down" call & finding his close friend from the Academy critically wounded.


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1x04 Log 131: Reed, The Dicks Have Their Job And We Have Ours (October 12, 1968)


Officers Malloy and Reed assist a young mother whose baby is threatened by a deranged man and they help a woman being harassed by a spiteful neighbor.


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1x03 Log 011: It's Just A Little Dent, Isn't It? (October 05, 1968)


Officers Malloy and Reed are involved in a high speed chase, a murder case and a family dispute as they work the P.M. watch. Reed worries all evening that the small dent in the fender he caused while backing the car up for fuel might lead to termination, since he is still on probation.


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1x02 Log 141: The Color TV Bandit (September 28, 1968)


Officers Malloy and Reed attempt to save two small victims of narcotic pills, and then pursue a long-sought burglary suspect in a foot chase.


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1x01 Log 001: The Impossible Mission (September 21, 1968)


Pilot Episode: Working out of a patrol car designated "Adam-12," Officers Malloy and Reed perform a typical day's work, which includes a high speed auto-chase, the capture of two robbers, and an emergency call to save a suffocating baby. Malloy decides to turn in his badge after his young partner was killed a few weeks earlier. But at the end of the shift, he comes around and decides that he can't let inexperienced Jim Reed loose on another officer, so he decides not to leave the force.




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