A sleep-deprivation experiment elicits bizarre behavior.
Harry considers quitting the force to play jazz saxophone.
Two tenants fight over an apartment; a pregnant thief bedevils Harry.
Harry coaches a convicted hacker in romance.
Bijoux gets jealous of Harry's girlfriend.
Harry gets the police commissioner's bumbling nephew as a partner.
A strike of ambulance drivers inconveniences Harry and McNeil.
Harry gives friends a bad stock tip; a porno queen wreaks havoc.
Harry falls for a nun who protests her mother superior.
Harry allows the filming of a low-budget shocker in his building.
Harry tries to dodge a date for the policeman's ball with Capt. Stern by asking DeMott.
Harry finds himself attracted to his new girlfriend's roommate.
A seductive shoplifter gets Harry in a compromising position.
Harry visits "hell"; DeMott learns of Silardi's plans to dissolve their partnership.
Harry rents an apartment to McNeil.
Harry protects a witness against a highly respected but dangerous community benefactor.
Harry deals with Susan's departure; Bijoux gets lost.
Hernia patient Harry pursues a thief in the hospital.
Harry's uncertain relationship with Susan dogs him.
Harry must deliver the eulogy for a loathed colleague.
Silardi's twin visits.
Harry teams with a dwarf private eye to investigate a case.
He-and-she criminals abduct Harry on their way to Canada.
Harry and Susan fear impending parenthood; a vigilante targets abusive parents.
McNeil refuses to see a doctor about his failing eyesight.
Harry helps a clumsy boxer join the force; McNeil gets on a game show.
Susan urges Harry to date other women; guest Joanna Kerns.
A vengeful convict's release causes concern for arresting officer Harry.
Harry buys his dream car from a drug dealer he just busted.
Harry's favorite informant seeks sanctuary from a vengeful assailant.
Harry goes under cover to investigate a string of funeral-home thefts.
A disparate group descends on the station house on Christmas Eve,
Harry fears for an elderly shoplifter who claims he can identify a masked gunman.
A hostage situation sees Harry exchanging himself for those held captive.
A princess entrusted to Harry's care gives him the slip.
Harry infiltrates a brutal loan shark's hideout; Pritzger and Stern brave a Chinatown shootout.
Harry and Pritzger go under cover to thwart a convenience-store robber.
Harry enlists a psychic to identify a murder victim.
Harry nabs a mouthy rapist who turns out to be a federally protected witness.
A handsome actor researching a role accompanies Mo and Silard on their rounds.
Harry tries to pass Bijoux off as a narcotics dog after he bites the mailman.
A San Francisco plainclothes detective doubles as the landlord of an apartment building.