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The series focuses on life in Greenwich Village's 12th Precinct station house. Initially, it looks at Capt. Barney Miller and his work and home life, but it gradually becomes about the officers of the precinct, including always-on-the-verge-of-retirement Detective Fish.

Latest episodes

aired 5 days ago
Harassment charges are pressed against Lieutenant Scanlon; Harris and Dietrich interrogate a key witness to a gang murder.
aired 5 days ago
Lieutenant Scanlon falls for a wealthy mugging victim; a restaurateur breaks into his own restaurant; The squad investigates Chinatown gang wars.
aired 5 days ago
A mugger singles out street clowns; and a bureaucrat alleviates jail overcrowding by quietly releasing a hundred inmates on Madison Avenue in the dead of night.
aired 6 days ago
The plainclothes detectives step in while the rest of the force takes an examination.
aired 6 days ago
One of the last two survivors of an old-world tontine tries to commit suicide in order to allow a cousin to inherit.
aired 6 days ago
When a blizzard paralyzes the city on Christmas Eve, several homeless people take refuge in the squad room.
aired 6 days ago
The FBI steps in when micro-processor chips designed for computer games are being exported to Poland.
aired 6 days ago
A Peace Corps recruiter goes crazy at a job fair; Dietrich's portable stress analyzer stops working while he's investigating an assault case.
aired 12 days ago
Barney calls in the police chaplain when a man claims he is possessed by a demon; a full-figured wife assaults her husband for forcing her into a pair of designer jeans.
aired 12 days ago
Levitt performs an act of heroism; A 1957 DeSoto is the prized possession of a man who admits he stole the car 25 years ago.
aired 12 days ago
Harris signs another book deal; and a lottery winner threatens the couple who lost his winning ticket; Luger shops for a mail-order Asian bride.
aired 12 days ago
A beauty queen has her purse snatched; an angry moviegoer vandalizes a theater for showing snuff films; and Wojo is slapped with a paternity suit.
aired 13 days ago
Harris loses his libel appeal and his assets; Dietrich handles a news dealer's dispute with a construction crew.
aired 13 days ago
A rainmaker offers his help when New York suffers from a water shortage; Wojo, Harris, and Dietrich all eye an opening in the vice squad.
aired 13 days ago
Bullet-proof vests arrive after Harris and Dietrich are sent to an office building with a gun-toting man inside.
aired 13 days ago
A group of Hasidic Jews riot to protest the department's ineffectiveness; Urban survivalists are found living in steam tunnels beneath the city.
aired 13 days ago
An agitated woman with a homemade bomb threatens to blow up the squad room; Sergeant Fish drops in for a visit.
aired 13 days ago
An expensive antique doll is kidnapped for ransom; a naive optician buys a bogus ticket to ride the NASA space shuttle; and Luger puts Barney in his will.
aired 13 days ago
Harris assumes command of the precinct after Barney is jailed for his contempt citation; Barney is left in a cell with a neurotic murder suspect.
aired 13 days ago
Barney is charged with contempt of court when he refuses to name an informant; and a man complains being ugly is why he was refused service at a restaurant.
aired 20 days ago
The owner of a sports store rigs a lethal trap to catch a burglar; Arnold Ripner sues Harris for libel; Wojo asks Barney's daughter for a date.

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