A new officer believes he is a jinx.
A hairdresser (Rocky Graziano) wants to box.
The officers use Sylvia to catch a con man.
Toody tries to give Lucille a special gift.
A matchmaker pairs local people with stars.
Thieves use TV ideas; guest Jake LaMotta.
The partners seek guests for a bar mitzvah.
The officers try to help an alcoholic.
Muldoon forgets the partners' anniversary.
The Toodys' boarder is a counterfeiter.
An elderly gang copies a previous crime.
Toody and Muldoon escort Soviet officials.
Toody opposes Muldoon for club president.
A paroled bookie returns to his old ways.
Crooks buy a restaurant next to a bank.
The officers transform Muldoon for a date.
The partners think the captain is a thief.
The boys help make a flop become a successful play when they are seen leaving the theater.
While trying to do a good deed, the boys discover that an impoverished woman has a million-dollar secret.
While recovering from a diet, Sylvia is hired to do cookie commercials.
Toody goes crackers attempting to teach Capt. Block's parrot to talk.
Toody goes under cover and becomes the national underworld leader.
The officers of the 53rd Precinct invest in a Broadway show that depicts police brutality.
A group of confidence men attempts to swindle Sylvia Schnauser and Toody by mistake.
Mrs. Bronson refuses to leave her new apartment even though the building has no walls.
Toody, Muldoon, Schnauser and Wallace audition for the "Mitch Miller Show.".
Schnauser's horse from his mounted policeman days is still making the rounds, but now it's for crooks.
Toody and Muldoon find it impossible to stop doing everything alike.
Muldoon and Lucille go to extremes to prove they aren't having an affair.
Toody and Muldoon are chosen to drive the president of the U.S. to the United Nations building.
Jealousy strikes Toody when Lucille becomes a blonde to be more enticing to him.
Toody's nephew offers solutions for some unsolved robberies in the precinct.
The club wants to buy Capt. Block a gift.
Sylvia Schnauser plans for the elaborate wedding that she feels she missed by eloping 15 years ago.
The timid man in charge during Capt. Block's vacation is rumored to be an ogre.
A clever pickpocket who always wanted to be a cop arrests Toody and Muldoon.
Muldoon is tired of being harassed for his shyness and pretends he has a date with a beautiful girl.
Toody feels inferior to an intellectual rookie and asks to be reassigned.
Toody and Muldoon devise a plan to keep Officer Schnauser and his wife from fighting.
Toody is given a painting by an artist that he and Muldoon must evict.
Muldoon fears that his job may be in jeopardy because he is too tall.
While on an undercover assignment, Toody is accused of leading a double life.
In an effort to keep Toody and Muldoon, the residents of their beat refuse to permit any crime to occur.
Their incessant practice for a barbershop quartet contest jeopardizes Toody and Muldoon's chances for winning.
Toody believes that Muldoon has refused a promotion so they can remain a team.
The precinct puts on a Christmas show.
Muldoon is mistaken for a bank robber when he tries to make a withdrawal.
Toody's efforts to make investments for the Precinct Brotherhood Club backfire.
Gunther is annoyed when his efforts to tame Lucille work too well.
Toody covers for a friend on the Jack Parr show and is a hit until he freezes and must be helped out by Muldoon.
The Toodys sublet an apartment from a jailbird, but his wife appears with an alibi and they are evicted.
A gypsy fortuneteller (Maureen Stapleton) facing eviction puts a curse on Toody.
Lucille plays matchmaker for an old school chum and Muldoon. Guest star: Alice Ghostley.
Toody and Muldoon take Car 54 in for repairs and happen upon a car theft ring.
Toody rescues a famous actress from a mob of screaming fans and hides her in Muldoon's house.
Toody and Muldoon must find a way to convince an elderly lady to leave the condemned building she's living in.
Toody and Muldoon begin to annoy each other just when they're going to be photographed as a good example of police cooperation.
Toody and Muldoon help a petty thief who can't adjust to life outside of Sing Sing.
Toody, Muldoon and their co-workers try to get a plaster cast of Sgt. Abrams' feet without him knowing it.
Toody and Muldoon try to avoid giving out tickets so they won't have to appear in court on their day off.