Friday and Jacobs are called to the apartment of a man who phoned in the fatal shooting of his wife. He claims it was suicide, but upon looking at the crime scene and talking to neighbors they begin to wonder if it was murder.
Friday and Jacobs question a jeweler regarding the robbery of a colleague. The man takes offense at being questioned about the incident, but as the detectives begin to amass evidence, the jeweler’s outrage quickly begins to lose credibility.
Someone murdered a secretary late at night in her office. She was beaten to death with a metal pipe wrapped in newspaper. Could it be the drunk found three blocks away beating his head against a wall?
Friday begins to question Henry Ross, a suspect in a man’s disappearance, which Friday believes is actually a murder. Ross coolly and calmly denies any involvement in the disappearance, but Friday’s relentless interrogation soon begin to crack the man’s facade.
Twins are born in a hospital, but soon one is kidnapped. The detectives must find the missing baby before it’s too late.
A trail of stolen narcotics lead Friday and Romero to a TV actor who is addicted to heroin.
An ex-con bears a grudge against the city of Los Angeles. He wants to blow up city hall unless his demands are met. He has a powerful bomb. The police find 28 sticks of dynamite in his apartment. Only Sergeant Friday has the power to stop this 1950s terrorist attack.
In a totalitarian future society, Winston Smith, whose daily work is re-writing history, tries to rebel by falling in love. This is a TV adaptation of George Orwell’s classic book.
Ozzie has tickets to the Riviera Ballet, but Harriet doesn’t want him to go because the actresses will be wearing skimpy bathing suits.