Baker's Thanksgiving becomes a "family" affair.
An angry elderly couple holds Mayor Teddy hostage.
Baker and Roy compete for a higher-paying job.
Someone has defaced Baker's house.
Baker buys a house next to Jasper's.
A benefit-show skit takes an unexpected turn.
Roy is shunned for firing popular Harley.
Roy is charged with non-payment of alimony.
Teddy builds an amusement park for his fiancee.
Baker is trapped on his wedding day.
Mayor Teddy says he will slash the police budget.
The men throw Baker a bachelor party.
Baker and Lucille clash over marriage.
Roy begins to think he's too old for police work.
Frustrated Baker returns to New York.
An orphan blames Roy for her convict father's death.
Mayor Teddy retaliates against Roy's bullying.
Roy plans an encounter session for his officers.
Roy believes a Soviet ballerina defected for him.
Roy's friend is accused of cheating customers.
Jasper takes over as a hurricane approaches.
Roy's teacher friend is fired for being homosexual.
Teddy learns Roy never graduated from high school.
Roy and Baker make a bet on a football game.
Mayor Teddy's new factory threatens butterflies.
The mayor's race turns into a fight.
Roy opposes Teddy for the mayoralty.
A determined cub reporter causes problems for Roy.
Roy disappears en route to Atlanta with a prisoner.
Jasper reforms when he thinks Baker saved his life.
Roy believes he has seen a UFO.
Roy is called for an IRS audit.
Roy is suspended after an arrest backfires.
Baker regrets urging Roy to hire a black officer.
Roy must perform in a dress for a local show.
An unopened ballot box threatens Teddy's mayoralty.
Baker bows out of a benefit for a bigoted officer.
Roy becomes a "swinging single."
A physical exam suggests Baker has tuberculosis.
Moonlighting means trouble for Baker and Roy.
Roy is injured in a hunting accident.
Teddy hires a labor negotiator to deal with Roy.
The Peanut Festival softball game renews a rivalry.
President Jimmy Carter visits Clinton Corners.