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One problem I had with the A-Team was that those guys were ex-Green Berets, i.e. expert marksmen, and there wasn't a single gunshot wound for the entire series.


I mean, they were USUALLY shooting Mini 14's on auto!!! Razz





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Walking Tall...


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CSI, all of them.

It has every idiot who literally dropped 0.25 dollars in the line at Walmart convinced that we will find the person who "Stole" their quarter, and not only that, we will do so in 35 mins plus commercials...


This.

By God, THIS.

Detective work is simple these days, y'know. All you gotta do is a quick montage of you dusting for prints, then you stick them in the computer, and after a brief commercial break, it will spit out the suspect's name, address, ID photo, all known associates, social media history, blood type, favorite color, a satellite feed of their current location, and the real-time audio from their cell phone microphone where they're conveniently confessing to the crime.

Case closed!
 
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TJ Hooker - as mentioned Heather Locklear in her prime made it worthwhile.

Quantico - Similarly, Priyanka Chopra and other eye candy made the first season or two, at least, watchable.

I remember very little about the show Enos, but it has to rank right up there with the worst of them:




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I like car 54,some of the episodes were spot on with what goes on in a NYPD Pct.
 
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Car 54 is sacred. Note the avatar.
I took a lot of hoorah over my last name back when it was on. It still gets brought up by guys my age who read my name plate.
 
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Car 54 is sacred. Note the avatar.
I took a lot of hoorah over my last name back when it was on. It still gets brought up by guys my age who read my name plate.



OK OK Do you look like Toody or Muldoon? I had not heard Idlewild Airport mentioned recently except in Goodfellas. The theme song is what annoyed me back then, but not as much as that stupid bird in Baretta.
 
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Not Toody..."oh-oh Frances"
I retire 09/01/18 and I just saw the engraved P-320 slide from my issued duty pistol that they're giving me. "Captain D. Muldoon".
 
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Not Toody..."oh-oh Frances"
I retire 09/01/18 and I just saw the engraved P-320 slide from my issued duty pistol that they're giving me. "Captain D. Muldoon".


Congratulations on your retirement. Enjoy your time off.
 
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Baretta.
Is it true that he never fired his weapon?


He might have in 2001. Eek
 
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No love for Sledge Hammer! ? That show was great ( and terrible) because it was a complete farce spoof of all the other ‘serious’ cop dramas. It was just good comedy, not too heavy. Fun fact the female lead in that show Detective Dori was married to Michael Crighton for partsof 3 decades.


Here ya go:



[FLASH_VIDEO]<iframe frameborder="0" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/R03Dtu1r6nk" width="420"></iframe>[/FLASH_VIDEO]


I loved Sledgehammer and still do. Great comedy. He is the reason I became a cop!!!!
 
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My Dad was a cop and loved Barney Miller. I thought it was the dumbest show I have ever seen.


I've posted this many times..."Barney Miller" was probably THE most authentic Cop show, ever on the tube. Endless hours in the Office doing paperwork. Dealing with the SAME nut jobs day in, day out. That WAS real, east coast cop work at the time.
 
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Andy Griffin

Sheriff had no gun and Deputy had one bullet in pocket.


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Andy Griffin

Sheriff had no gun


Andy may not have carried a handgun all the time, but he had plenty of guns...

He grabbed his revolver on several occasions, and shotguns on a few occasions. And there was a gun rack in the office with a number of rifles too.









 
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Andy Griffin

Sheriff had no gun


Andy may not have carried a handgun all the time, but he had plenty of guns...

And he had more than one bullet for his revolver Smile.
 
 
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Not saying it was a bad show, but "Murder, She Wrote" has been completely misinterpreted.

Everywhere this woman went, bodies showed up. The quiet town of Cabot Cove had a per capita murder rate higher than Honduras.

Jessica Fletcher had great skill on pinning these murders on other people using obscure facts and evidence. The truth was that she was one of the world's most prolific serial killers, with nearly 300 victims. Cool




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How did this thread get this far without someone mentioning “Flashpoint”?

What a total shitshow.




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Baretta.
Is it true that he never fired his weapon?


He might have in 2001. Eek

Aw, snap!




Phone's ringing, Dude.
 
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Longmire.




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CSI, all of them.

It has every idiot who literally dropped 0.25 dollars in the line at Walmart convinced that we will find the person who "Stole" their quarter, and not only that, we will do so in 35 mins plus commercials...


This.

By God, THIS.

Detective work is simple these days, y'know. All you gotta do is a quick montage of you dusting for prints, then you stick them in the computer, and after a brief commercial break, it will spit out the suspect's name, address, ID photo, all known associates, social media history, blood type, favorite color, a satellite feed of their current location, and the real-time audio from their cell phone microphone where they're conveniently confessing to the crime.

Case closed!


I still vote Cop Rock, but CSI was horrible,unless you watched CSI Miami and accepted that Horacio clearly had superpowers. Seriously. He could teleport behind people, at least once materialized in a locked safe, had super hearing, and killed more people than cancer without ever filling out any paperwork. He also didn’t sweat in Miami in a black suit.

I was WORKING CSI when those shows were big and it was a pain in my posterior. No ma,am I can’t get prints off of that and you really don’t want this stuff anywhere near your white shag carpet...oh, you know the mayor and you insist?

All real police know that Supertrooper’s is the only accurate portrayal of Law Enforcement to ever appear in any medium.
 
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