Friday and Gannon investigate a series of crimes, including two homicides and an armed robbery.
Friday and Gannon investigate a safecracker who robs for sport.
An angry wife blames several robberies on her ex-convict husband.
Friday and Gannon investigate two fellow detectives accused of stealing $800 from a dead man.
Friday is nearly forced out of night school when he makes an on-campus arrest of a classmate.
Friday and Gannon question a suspect in a bunco-forgery scheme involving credit cards.
Friday and Gannon must learn the identity of a young woman whose body is found off a pier.
Friday and Gannon track a pair of thieves who steal dogs and then collect the rewards.
Friday and Gannon track down the 'big' man behind a factory turning out dangerous drugs.
Friday and Gannon find their weekend of rest and recreation plagued by interruptions.
While investigating a burglary, Friday and Gannon trail the suspect into a world of small-time narcotics pushers.
Friday and Gannon answer a multiple homicide call at an old apartment house.
Friday and Gannon search for a woman who picks elderly people as her victims in a theft scheme.
Friday and Gannon search for a former narcotics addict who they fear has returned to drugs.
A vaudevillian-turned-wino claims that he was bilked out of money he found on the street.
Friday and Gannon discover a Fagin-like gang in operation while probing a series of business burglaries.
Friday and Gannon must solve a 14-year-old crime before a prison convict can be released.
Friday and Gannon find that their case against three burglars is in jeopardy over technicalities.
Friday and Gannon follow an unusual trail in search of a missing juvenile.
The smoking habits of a murder victim help Friday and Gannon nab the suspect.
While tracking down a narcotics supplier, Friday and Gannon are led to a hippie's pad.
When Friday and Gannon apprehend a burglary suspect, they discover he is also guilty of forgery and bigamy.
Friday and Gannon deal with a mentally challenged man and a dying assault victim.
Friday and Gannon track down a burglary suspect and uncover $25,000 worth of hidden loot.
The suspect in a double slaying turns out to be an ardent reader of stories about strange attitudes toward death.
Friday and Gannon try to make things easier for the wives of two officers shot in the line of duty.
Friday plays along with a superpatriotic group and uncovers a large cache of stolen weapons.
Friday and Gannon are called in to investigate after a department store chain is bilked of $100,000 in merchandise.
When a 4-day-old infant is found in a trash can, Friday and Gannon search for the mother.
Friday and Gannon enlist the help of the California Highway Patrol to find a dog that may be rabid.
Friday and Gannon track down a forgery suspect who has been brainwashed by her friends.
Crooked gamblers victimize delegates to a farm-equipment convention until Friday and Gannon step in.
Friday and Gannon search for a burglary suspect who steals only pictures of an old comic strip hero.
When Friday and Gannon investigate a child-abuse case, a young boy is reluctant to reveal who injured him.
Computer data reveals that disability checks are being issued to dead people.
Thrill-seeking teenagers find that car theft can lead to more serious crimes -- and tragedy.
A fellow officer tries to include Friday in a gambling operation.
Friday and Gannon introduce the use of dogs to the LAPD to sniff out marijuana.
Friday and Gannon find life in the Business Office Division busier than they expected.
An elderly man solves the murder of a young woman who lived in the apartment building he manages.
A black officer and his white colleague become aware of their prejudices at a police conference.
A police officer recommended for the LAPD's Medal of Valor is accused of assaulting a civilian.
A businessman assists Friday and Gannon in organizing the 'Smarteen Club.'.
Friday and Gannon organize a citizens' action committee in a high-crime neighborhood.
Friday sets an anti-police magazine writer straight on the functions of policewomen and how they are trained.
Friday and Gannon work with the Secret Service in making precautionary arrangements for the arrival of the president.
Friday and Gannon meet a wide variety of clients when they work the robbery detail desk.
When Friday invites Gannon and his wife to dinner, the evening is interrupted by neighbors and a burglary.
Friday and Gannon are called in to track down tow-truck racketeers operating on Los Angeles' freeways.
Friday and Gannon work in the LAPD's Emergency Control Center following the assassination of Martin Luther King.
Friday and Gannon assist an officer faced with a near-riot situation.
Friday and Gannon show how the juvenile division deals with an abandoned baby, a runaway boy and a drugged-up youth.
Friday and Gannon defend fellow policemen in a debate over charges of brutality, ineffectiveness and ignorance.
Friday and Gannon find the solution when several charges of police brutality are brought against the department.
A suspect trips himself up by his own bad habits when a small industrial firm reports $100,000 has been embezzled.
Friday and Gannon check out an applicant to the police academy and discover that six months of his life are missing.
Juveniles who claim they want to be self-sufficient burglarize a grocery store.
Friday and Gannon race against time to stop a man from killing himself.
Friday and Gannon break up an extortion plot and reveal a new scientific crime device.
After a child is injured, Friday and Gannon discover the parents to be child abusers.
A woman and her son-in-law agree to keep the Gypsy community under control if Friday will give them some illegal help.
The trail of a runaway leads to a thriving pornographic movie business.
A phony police officer is discovered when he wins a businessmen's club's 'All-American Policeman' award.
Friday and Gannon discover that a psychedelic cult is mainly concerned with legalizing the sale of marijuana and LSD.
Friday and Gannon investigate the disappearance of two girls from their mother's front yard.
When a plane crashes, a large amount of narcotics is found aboard -- but the pilot is missing.
Friday and Gannon help to recover a Christ-child statue stolen from a church.
Friday and Gannon use an unusual method to clear a fellow officer.
Men posing as police officers swindle businessmen by soliciting ads for a magazine.
An evangelizing woman lures 'prospectors' into her illegal money-making scheme.
Dogs come out as the main suspects in a rash of purse snatchings.
The disappearance of a real estate agent leads Friday and Gannon to a vacant house -- and to a murder.
Friday and Gannon are helped by an ex-con when a reply to a newspaper ad indicates that someone wants to hire a killer.
A wealthy businessman asks Friday and Gannon for help when his daughter and son-in-law experiment with marijuana.
Friday and Gannon uncover a pattern that leads them to a daring daylight burglar.
Friday and Gannon must track down a police sergeant who has turned to alcohol before he loses his job.
Friday and Gannon find it difficult to enjoy a football game on TV due to Gannon's neighbors.
A bank robber forces women to help him while he holds bank employees at gunpoint.
Friday and Gannon bait the trap for a pair of shakedown artists who pose as vice officers.
Friday finds himself in trouble after he kills a man in self-defense and can't find the suspect's spent bullet.
When Friday and Gannon trace a teenage suspect to his home, he runs away carrying a live grenade.
Friday and Gannon investigate an apparent suicide after evidence sheds a new light on the incident.
A gang of juvenile shoplifters steals the oddest things until Friday and Gannon discover the reason why.
Friday and Gannon investigate the death of a Japanese-born widow.
A swindling magazine-subscription salesman uses an authentic Congressional Medal of Honor for his credentials.
Friday works under cover in a drive to break up a gambling ring.
Friday and Gannon enlist the help of a forensic chemist after two pedestrians are killed by a motorist.
A police officer suffering from a complete blackout cannot identify the pair of convicts who shot him.
Friday and Gannon investigate the reported theft of $200,000 worth of jewelry.
Friday and Gannon must recover $100,000 worth of fine furs stolen from an exclusive department store.
A gunman successfully holds up 10 stores in a confectionery chain.
After an apartment house manager is bludgeoned to death, Friday and Gannon track the murderer to a small Arizona town.
Friday and Gannon stop a scheme to bilk elderly citizens out of their savings.
Four armed bandits, always disguised in red masks, hold up six cocktail lounges in as many weeks.
A new undercover narcotics officer is suspected of holding up a liquor store.
A young gunman forces a secretary to withdraw money from a bank and takes her hostage.
Friday and Gannon must prevent 400 pounds of dynamite from detonating.
The national problem of LSD use among teenagers is investigated.
A police impersonator is collecting cash as evidence.
A woman is found beaten to death in a parked car; Friday and Smith suspect her husband.
Friday and Smith investigate con artists who are selling phony magazine subscriptions.
A heroin user won't give up his source to Friday and Smith, but they are on the case.
A hit-and-run driver of a sports car kills a pregnant woman.
After a suspect turns himself in, Friday begins to question the man's guilt.
Friday and Smith try to prevent a teenage gang war. They go after one of the leaders, but his mother is convinced he is blameless.
When a woman picks up the wrong prescription, Friday and Smith must find her before she takes any of the incorrect medication.
Friday and Smith are called to investigate when a little girl is killed in a hit-and-run accident.
The police hunt a man who beats and robs women.
Friday and Smith struggle with their investigation of a car-theft ring.
Friday hunts for a check forger who is using the name of a deceased actor in his crimes.
Friday and Smith investigate burglars in a new housing development who kill pet birds.
Investigation of a man with a scarred face who assaults women.
The customer of a pawn shop appears to have been victimized by con men.
The customer of a pawn shop appears to have been victimized by con men.
Friday suspects a confessed robber is covering for someone.
Friday has trouble finding clues to a string of home burglaries.
Friday enlists a bank security guard to catch a robber.
An elderly man threatens to kill the person who poisoned his dog.
Friday and Smith work with a newspaper reporter to look into the activities of TV repairmen, who may be overcharging customers.
A businessman vanishes, leaving two bullets and a suicide note.
Friday and Smith investigate two teens who run down an expectant mother.
Friday and Smith work out of Central Receiving Hospital on New Year's Eve.
A robber leaves an empty milk bottle at every neighborhood store he robs.
Friday hunts for a holdup man who is targeting bars and killing some of his victims.
Burglars posing as a couple pawn items taken from vacationers' homes.
Friday goes after missing children and their kidnappers in Los Angeles.
Con artists pose as cops to victimize out-of-towners at fancy hotels.
Joe Friday investigates a case of obscene literature being sold to children in public schools.
Friday has doubts about the guilt of a gardener who has confessed to a crime.
Thieves intimidate their victim and his family to keep him from testifying against them.
Frank and Joe suspect a hit-and-run victim was murdered. With Carolyn Jones.
A gun leads Friday to a hitchhiker committing violent robberies.
Friday searches for a delivery truck involved in a hit-and-run homicide.
An investigation into a shoplifting spree leads Friday to suspect a mentally unstable woman.
An elderly man apparently committed suicide by shooting himself with a rifle but Friday and Smith soon discover that it was actually a homicide.
A mother faces charges of neglect when her three children are found abandoned, filthy and starving.
Friday and Smith investigate a girl's suicide that seems suspicious.
Friday seeks four robbers who have escaped from San Francisco.
A woman is found murdered in her apartment and the only clue is a trunk that she never opened.
A statue of the infant Jesus is missing from an impoverished church's creche.
Friday feels shaken after killing a drug thief in a shootout.
Friday goes under cover in a prison, hoping to get a convict to confess to killing a cop.
A rich man is murdered; Friday and Smith investigate the case.
Friday must catch con artists who use the names of dead people in their crimes.
Friday and Smith are on the lookout for two thugs who seem to have disappeared.
A 21-year-old woman is brutally murdered; Friday and Smith search for her killer.
Friday and Smith investigate the suspicious death of a woman.
The apparent suicide of a wealthy man is suspicious; Smith and Friday investigate.
Friday wants vengeance when Smith is critically wounded while the two investigate a robbery.
Friday and Smith try to determine whether a Hollywood producer's death was really murder.
A convict escapes from San Quentin and goes on a crime spree.
Friday pursues Mark Hoffman following his escapes from state and military prisons.
Friday and Smith investigate when a young pianist claims to have killed a woman.
A woman gives a baby to Frank and Joe, claiming a stranger left it with her.
Friday and his partner are on the lookout for an elderly woman writing bad checks.
Tragedy ensues when a young boy is given a gun as a Christmas present.
When the teenage crime rate begins to increase, Friday discovers that drugs are involved.
Friday copes with the death of his partner as he and his new partner search for escaped convicts.
A man stands on the window ledge, threatening to jump to his death.
Friday tries to track down a burglar who has been cracking safes for months.
Friday and Jacobs are called to the apartment of a man who phoned in the fatal shooting of his wife.
Friday and Jacobs question a jeweler regarding the robbery of a colleague. He takes offense at being questioned, but as the detectives amass evidence, the jeweler begins to lose credibility.
The investigation into a woman's untimely death leads investigators to a drunk and her former boyfriend.
Friday begins to question Henry Ross, a suspect in a man's disappearance.
Friday and his partner investigate the disappearance of a newborn from the hospital.
A small-time television actor leads Friday and Smith to a drug ring.
A man threatens to blow up City Hall unless his demands are met.
Con artists sell fake jewelry.
A husband is suspect in a mother's disappearance.
A serial killer targets cops on New Year's Eve.
A bakery truck kills a woman and injures her son.
A prostitute is shooting her customers.