Adam-12

Season 1 Episode 17

Log 33: It All Happened So Fast

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Feb 01, 1969 on NBC
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During a nighttime patrol, Reed instinctively returns fire in the dark and kills a teenage sniper who attacked the patrol car in a residential area.  He is immediately subjected to an intensive interrogation as part of an investigation to determine if the shooting was justified.

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    Lee Stanley

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    Officer Johnson

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    Dick Delmar

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    Officer Brinkman

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    Detective Bob Calkins

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    Art Gilmore

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    Lt. Moore

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    Sgt. Jerry Miller

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      • Reed states in this episode that he has been on the job for about six months. That would indicate that this episode takes place after the episode Log 51: Jumper - Code Two, where Reed reveals that he has only been on the job for about three weeks. Apparently the Log's are not numbered in chronological order.

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      • Kent McCord landed his Adam-12 role largely on the strength of a guest appearance on Dragnet, playing a young cop who was subjected to a similarly grueling interrogation by Detectives Friday and Gannon.

      • After Adam-12 aired two episodes which showed officers involved in shootings going right back out on patrol, the show decided, probably with some prodding from the LAPD Chief of Police, to show what actually happens not only when an officer discharges his weapon, but when that shooting results in a death. In real life, the investigation would go on for days, even weeks, and the officer would be put on paid administrative leave until the shooting board and Internal Affairs cleared him of wrong doing.

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