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During a very rainy day, the squad must endure both the precinct roof threatening to collapse, and bad Bicentennial jokes from a nightclub comedian
Two pounds of confiscated marijuana is missing, a homeless man is brought in for spending a night in a department store, and a man is arrested for stealing a police car. Meanwhile Wojo is bitten by a rat, and Fish is brought down by a kidney stone.
Yemana is shot in full view of disinterested bystanders, and Barney is offered a job in Florida.
A mugging victim wants a piece of Harris' upcoming book advance; A former hostage has trouble adjusting to freedom; The discovery that the 12th Precinct was a one-time headquarters for Teddy Roosevelt suddenly tranforms it into an historical landmark - and the target of a real estate developer.
The precinct is on the lookout for an arsonist; Chano brings in a man who used a deadly weapon on a vending machine.
A wife claims spousal abuse; Wojo and Wentworth are bait for a park rapist.
Luger's mail-order bride arrives; A Mensa office is burglarized by one of its members.
Dense fog causes a burglar to mistake a Christian Science reading room for a jewelry store; An elderly street musician is accused of using his trumpet as a weapon against a violinist invading his turf; A man takes a sledge hammer to a phone company's microwave transmitter, believing it's responsible for his (and everyone else's) declining health; Barney is down in the dumps when he is passed over again for deputy inspector.moreless
Wojo and Wentworth pose as marrieds in order to bust a burglary ring set in a posh hotel. They catch the perp, but have to give up the collar when the hotel's security director brings a young man in on a rape charge.
Marty claims that a member of the 12th is harassing the gay community; the precinct computers think Fish is dead; a suicidal man reacts poorly to the possibility of being institutionalized.
A judge provides an attorney with the ultimate over-ruling—a gavel on the noggin; the crimes reported by a lonely woman emanate from daytime television soap operas; Levitt is devastated upon discovering Yamana's desk has been removed from the squad room.
On New Year's Eve, a man threatens to jump off a building if peace in the Middle East isn't achieved by midnight, a shoplifting suspect goes into labor in the squad room, and a drunk man has his pocket picked.
Barney, Fish and Yemana feel the crunch when a labor layoff forces them to do without Chano, Harris and Wojo; a manicurist goes deeper than the nail; a morose stockbroker takes to petty theft.
Around the New York bicentennial celebrations a hansom cab owner reports his horse missing; a man assaulted in his hotel room insists he was alone; and Wojo arrests a seller of flag clothing.
A man is convinced that a photo of Jean Harlow is his missing wife; a pair of lady cops makes an overzealous drug bust.
Weary of housework, Liz tries her hand at social work, to Barney's dismay; a master forger fascinates Harris.
A disgruntled man with a belt of dynamite threatens to blow himself and the squad room sky high unless President Nixon agrees to speak with him; the plumbing goes kaput; Wojo arrests a phony man-of-the-cloth.
A glimpse at Detective Fish's home life ensues when the detective is forced to go on restricted duty.
Romance blossoms as Wojo and Wentworth go under cover as a married couple in the honeymoon suite of a hotel experiencing a rash of robberies.