A realistic police drama following the lives of two officers of the LAPD, veteran Pete Malloy and his rookie partner, Jim Reed. Done in a spare, almost "docudrama" style, each episode covered a variety of incidents that the officers encountered during a shift.
Adam-12 (1968) Season 7 (1974-1975)
|7x01 Camp (1) |
Beginning with this episode, Malloy now shows two silver stripes on his lower left sleeve, indicating 10 years with the LAPD. The watch opens with a burglary attempt, the suspect ...
|Sep. 24, 1974|
|7x02 Camp (2) |
Malloy is at the camp with Greg Whitney and a group of other boys, and due to his lack of height is told to bunk with the younger boys. Greg gets into trouble right away, accused ...
|Oct. 01, 1974|
|7x03 Team Work |
Malloy and Reed are assigned to "team policing"–officers from different departments working together as one unit. The team assists in a routine security check of a home, where they ...
|Oct. 08, 1974|
|7x04 Roll Call |
Every officers worst nightmare comes true for Malloy & Reed while on patrol: Another officer radios in for 'officer needs help', but then doesn't respond when asked for their location. ...
|Oct. 22, 1974|
|7x05 Suspect Number One |
A former convict desperately wants to go back to prison, and is willing to do whatever it takes to do so; Malloy and Reed try to stop the madman.
|Oct. 29, 1974|
|7x06 Point of View |
When a holdup at a shopping center does not go as planned, two armed criminals grab an innocent woman and hold her as hostage on the roof of a building.
|Nov. 12, 1974|
|7x07 Earthquake [a.k.a. - "Lady Beware"] |
A serial rapist is on the loose, and the officers team up with Sgt. Gloria Tyler to teach self-defense techniques (a LAPD community program called "Lady Beware") to a group of girls ...
|Nov. 19, 1974|
|7x08 X-Force [a.k.a. - "Excessive Force" |
Malloy and Reed search a neighborhood for a missing young girl wearing a red sweater. During the canvassing of the neighborhood, Malloy & Reed go door-to-door asking residents if they've ...
|Dec. 03, 1974|
|7x09 Alcohol |
A burglar is on the loose, and the officers handle a call with a drunk who is nearly a dead-ringer for the burglar, later he ends up falling down at a bar where Officer Woods was ...
|Dec. 10, 1974|
|7x10 Credit Risk |
Reed's wife Jean is turned down for credit when purchasing a washer and Reed goes to the credit bureau to see why; the reason was that his name was confused with another James Reed ...
|Dec. 17, 1974|
|7x11 Christmas |
The series' final Christmas episode has the officers on a number of holiday-themed calls: Citizens complain about a man playing his bagpipes, delivering a Christmas tree to a retirement ...
|Dec. 24, 1974|
|7x12 Pot Shot |
On his day off, Malloy stops by a laundromat to drop off his (and his girlfriend's) clothes when the manager complains about a patron tying up a dryer...which contained marijuana, ...
|Jan. 14, 1975|
|7x13 G.T.A. |
A rash of auto thefts which result from the cars being tagged as abandoned has hit the city, Malloy and Reed get a call for such an occurrence, then get another and decide to use ...
|Jan. 21, 1975|
|7x14 Victim of the Crime |
The watch starts with an elderly woman whose TV was stolen, later asks why nothing more is done for victims of crime, then a silent alarm at a shop results in the owner being shot ...
|Jan. 28, 1975|
|7x15 Pressure Point |
Officer Woods has a new rookie partner, Don Allen, who has a stuttering problem, which nearly gets Malloy and Reed killed because ...
|Feb. 04, 1975|
|7x16 Lady's Night |
Malloy and his girlfriend Judy (played by Aneta Corsaut, "Helen Crump" from ...
|Feb. 18, 1975|
|7x17 Citizen with Gun |
The watch begins with Malloy and Reed backing up Officers Wells and Brady (who, like Wells, likes to "do things his own way") on a domestic dispute involving a husband with a gun, ...
|Mar. 04, 1975|
|7x18 Follow Up |
Reed tries to sell Malloy on a used fishing boat, but Malloy feels something isn't right. Calls include a man trying to sell a stolen horse to a riding academy, get a tip on a restaurant ...
|Mar. 11, 1975|
|7x19 Suicide |
A man in a green Pinto called his wife and told her he was going to commit suicide at 2pm that day. Malloy and Reed locate the car ...
|Mar. 18, 1975|
|7x20 Operation Action |
Malloy is kidnapped leaving the station by a drug runner and his female accomplice, demanding her boyfriend be released from jail in exchange for Malloy. When the couple has Malloy ...
|Mar. 25, 1975|
|7x21 Gus Corbin |
Malloy is filling in for Sgt. MacDonald as Watch Commander, so Reed rides with a new partner, Gus Corbin (played by Mark Harmon), ...
|Apr. 01, 1975|
|7x22 Dana Hall |
Malloy continues his assignment as acting Watch Commander, so Reed is paired with Officer Dana Hall (played by Jo Ann Pflug), while ...
|Apr. 29, 1975|
|7x23 Something Worth Dying For (1) |
In Part I of the series finale, Reed's bust of a drug dealer named Sparky was thrown out in court, and after Sgt. MacDonald offers him a chance to join the Vice squad for 30 days ...
|May. 13, 1975|
|7x24 Something Worth Dying For (2) |
In Part II of the series finale, Reed is awarded the Medal of Valor by the LAPD for rescuing a wounded Malloy from the shootout (presented by then-LAPD Chief Edward M. Davis), and ...
|May. 20, 1975|
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