CHiPs: Vintage ‘54
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  • On the down side of that, as much as I love to watch Greer as Baricza, his fake driving was horrendous

    • by Orrymain

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      CHiPs: Vintage ‘54 had some good moments in it, including some with that lovable elderly lady, Mrs. Downey, played by Marjorie Bennett. She did a few episodes in this first season of CHiPs. This time her car gets stolen and she demands to have it back ‘now’. I just love it when OFficer Baricza (Brodie Greer) is supposed to take her home and she keeps him

      driving around LA for a while as she looks for the car.

      On the down side of that, as much as I love to watch Greer as Baricza, his fake driving was horrendous. If he really turned the wheel as much as his hands indicated, he’d be swerving all over the streets.

      Jed Allan guest starred in this episode in one of my favorite bits. He’s the husband, meeting ...

      • his wife in preparation of a trip. She still has more to do, though, so he’s taking the kids to the cabin and she’s going to join them. They have a baby and both are talking about who is going to take the little one to the relative’s. You can guess what happens. With their many children all buzzing around, each parent thinks the other
        has the baby, and off they go, leaving the baby on the ground. Oops!

        I love this baby story. It’s cute to see how Jon and Ponch react to the baby. This kind of thing still happens, so this story is very realistic. Anyone who thinks it’s fiction hasn’t been around big families as this TV family was.

        This is really a fun episode. I like it a lot.

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