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  • Knowing they had this man in their grasps, is something that bothers both Malloy and Reed, but especially the veteran Malloy

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      “Adam-12″, Log 112, is a satisfying episode with some humor and some drama, making it a well rounded show.

      The humor aspect comes in with the set up early on, when Officer Pete Malloy gets hit inside a bar during a disturbance call. The key is that he never saw who punched him. This continues on through the rest of the episode


      when, at the end, he learns who hit him. It just wasn’t the heavyweight he’d suspected, and seeing Pete’s face when the big reveal happens is a riot and worth the wait.

      The main drama comes when Pete’s bad day continues and he and his partner let a traffic violation go in favor of responding to a ‘hot shot’ call. Of course,


      • that calls fizzles and the traffic violator turns out to be a dangerous felon. Knowing they had this man in their grasps, is something that bothers both Malloy and Reed, but especially the veteran Malloy.

        What makes “Adam-12″ so neat to watch is that it does a good balancing act between the humor and the drama, and this shows highlights that, from the

        intrigue of the person who hits Malloy to the verbal lashing the boys get for taking the ‘hot shot’ call instead of finishing up with the stop they were on. Other bits are intermingled among these key segments, including a batty landlord whom Pete finally threatens to handcuff. I wish he would have!

        It’s another good episode of a great TV series.




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