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    I loved the series based on the Joseph Wambaugh books. They were a variety of stories about different cops. Anyone remember them? Even Dandy Don Meredith starred in a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniperfox
    I loved the series based on the Joseph Wambaugh books. They were a variety of stories about different cops. Anyone remember them? Even Dandy Don Meredith starred in a few.


    Dandy Don and David Groh starred in my personal favorite episode...one which almost everyone has seen but can't remember.
    "A Shadow for a Face" aired in 1976, and features two GREAT gags, one perpetrated by each of the major stars.

    Dandy Don is invited to "Kick over that bike and see how a REAL Iron Horse feels" by an outlaw Biker, and he promplty does...right over an emabankement and down a hill.

    David Groh, berated by a "I'll have your job" asshole driver, spreads peanut butter on the driver's license and eats it (This is LONG before credit card type driver's licenses). He then cites the guy for driving without a license.

    The episode ends with Tige Andrews, their Sergeant, asking Groh if he ate some guy's license.....

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    Some of the greatest episodes were with Don,he was just natural and of course I loved the fact that his southern accent was authentic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BACADetective
    Dandy Don is invited to "Kick over that bike and see how a REAL Iron Horse feels" by an outlaw Biker, and he promplty does...right over an emabankement and down a hill.

    David Groh, berated by a "I'll have your job" asshole driver, spreads peanut butter on the driver's license and eats it (This is LONG before credit card type driver's licenses). He then cites the guy for driving without a license.

    The episode ends with Tige Andrews, their Sergeant, asking Groh if he ate some guy's license.....
    LOL!!!!! That is too funny...
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