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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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aired 301 days ago
The investigators arrest a Woody Allen look-alike suspected of arson; Chano arrests a man who assaulted a vending machine with a deadly weapon.
aired 301 days ago
The detectives disguise themselves as women to apprehend rapists and muggers; A wife claims spousal abuse.
aired 301 days ago
Barney is tempted by a Florida job offer; disinterested bystanders watch as Yemana is shot in plain sight.
aired 301 days ago
A city-wide labor layoff forces Barney, Fish, and Yemana to do without the services of Chano, Harris and Wojo. A morose stockbroker resorts to petty theft.
aired 301 days ago
Barney worries when his wife, a social worker, is assigned a case in the violent South Bronx; Harris is interested in a Master forger.
aired 302 days ago
Assured that no one knows his whereabouts, a state's witness against the syndicate gets a phone call right after he arrives at the 12th precinct.
aired 302 days ago
Inspector Luger visits Barney to complain; Wojo arrests a cross-dressing teamster. A neighborhood vigilante is over the hill.
aired 302 days ago
Barney creates a problem when he assigns a robbery case to Fish and Yemana and turns the typing over to newly assigned Detective Janice Wentworth.
aired 302 days ago
A bureaucrat is arrested for drunkenness; a 12-year-old who robs Chano's apartment; Wojo forces the precinct's favorite deli closed for minor health code infractions.
aired 309 days ago
A drug stakeout fails when the entire neighborhood knows the detectives' whereabouts.
aired 309 days ago
Wojo is attracted to a hooker picked up on a raid and she threatens harassment charges; Rachel wants her own apartment.
aired 309 days ago
Barney's friend is assigned to investigate allegations of corruption in the 12th precinct; Chano pursues an obscene phone caller.
aired 309 days ago
Money is missing from department store receipts left in Wojo's safekeeping; Barney saves the life of a suicidal flasher.
aired 309 days ago
The men look for a "mad bomber" who placed a bomb in the squad room; Fish contemplates the idea of retirement.
aired 309 days ago
A teen drug addict grabs Fish's gun and hold the precinct hostage; Captain Barney Miller must talk him down.
aired 316 days ago
Harris punches Arnold Ripner when the lawyer threatens another libel suit; and a mugging victim reveals that she's carried the torch for Barney since 1966.
aired 316 days ago
A former child star assaults his agent with a telephone; a good Samaritan is charged with assault; and Dietrich spends the afternoon with a college sweetheart.
aired 316 days ago
An angry parent assaults the admissions director of a private kindergarten; and Wojo faces a police inquiry for using excessive force in a recent arrest.
aired 316 days ago
A man assaults a journalist for writing a premature obituary; The squad celebrates Barney's birthday.
aired 316 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 316 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.

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