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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.

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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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A librarian employs artillery to enforce order in her reading room; and a Gypsy is arrested for continually harassing the owner of a novelty store.
aired 3 days ago
Barney picks up a deaf woman that is a hooker; Wojo swims the cold Hudson River in pursuit of a burglar.
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A linguist vandalizes a billboard to protest improper grammar in advertising; and a psychic foils a purse snatcher--before the crime is committed.
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The precinct is the setting for the premiere of Harris' porn film; a blind man is mugged; and a overzealous charity collector stages a holdup.
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A veteran radio journalist roughs up an insipid TV news anchor; and Harris produces an undercover porno movie.
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A burglar celebrates his fiftieth year in crime; Someone is leaking squad room infractions to Internal Affairs.
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Dietrich is plagued by guilt after he's forced to use his gun to stop a robbery; and a playwright assaults an incompetent actor.
aired 9 days ago
Dorsey plays big brother to a young prostitute; Harris solicits stock tips from a well-heeled call girl; and Dietrich explores celibacy.
aired 10 days ago
A woman complains when her apartment building has become nudist; and a confused vet blames his condition on exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam.
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The squad's new member insinuates that the detectives are corrupt; and a refugee complains that their methods are hazardous to his health.
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Wojo and Dietrich respond to a complaint lodged against a delegate from the 1976 Democratic convention.
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The detectives attempt to find the hapless husband before the hit man does; and Harris makes a pass at the station's new crime photographer.
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A man admits that he killed his barber after a bad haircut; and a woman decides to cancel the murder contract she put out on her husband; The 12th precinct becomes a homicide squad.
aired 24 days ago
a genius turns to petty crime; and a man is mugged by an elderly woman; Luger's surprised when his mail-order bride arrives from the Philippines.
aired 24 days ago
A prisoner stages a hunger strike to end nuclear arms; Dietrich aids a psychiatric patient; Barney refuses his latest nomination for promotion to deputy inspector.
airs in 11 days
Harassment charges are pressed against Lieutenant Scanlon; Harris and Dietrich interrogate a key witness to a gang murder.
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Lieutenant Scanlon falls for a wealthy mugging victim; a restaurateur breaks into his own restaurant; The squad investigates Chinatown gang wars.
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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.
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The plainclothes detectives step in while the rest of the force takes an examination.
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One of the last two survivors of an old-world tontine tries to commit suicide in order to allow a cousin to inherit.

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