Barney Miller

Season 2 Episode 2

The Social Worker

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Sep 18, 1975 on ABC
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The Social Worker
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Weary of housework, Liz tries her hand at social work, to Barney's dismay; a master forger fascinates Harris.

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    Hal Linden

    Hal Linden

    Capt. Barney Miller

    Abe Vigoda

    Abe Vigoda

    Det. Sgt. Phil Fish

    Ron Glass

    Ron Glass

    Det. Ron Harris

    Gregory Sierra

    Gregory Sierra

    Det Chano Amangual

    Barbara Barrie

    Barbara Barrie

    Elizabeth Miller

    Max Gail

    Max Gail

    Det. Stan Wojciehowicz

    Art Metrano

    Art Metrano

    Detective Mike Lovatelli

    Guest Star

    Alex Henteloff

    Alex Henteloff

    Harold Polansky

    Guest Star

    Herbie Faye

    Herbie Faye

    Nathan Levine

    Guest Star

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      • Barney: Fish, what did the doctor say?
        Fish: He said I was at-- at the time of my life when my body is going through changes.
        Barney: Sounds like menopause.
        Fish: It is menopause. I caught it from Bernice.

      • Barney: You know, you kiss good for a social worker.
        Liz: Oh, tanks. Tanks. My field supervisor will be very pleased. She asked me if I had good relations with the police.
        Barney: What did you tell her?
        Liz: I said, uh, whenever I could.

      • Barney: Where they sending you today?
        Liz: South Bronx.
        Barney: South Bronx? That's a rough area.
        Liz: The Rockefellers in East Hampton don't need me.

      • Fish: Maybe I am going out of my mind.
        Lovatelli: Yeah, when you're getting older, that's the first thing that goes.
        Fish: Not according to Bernice.

      • Polansky: I am a student of American history. You know, when I was a kid I used to dream about signing the Declaration of Independence.
        Chano: Oh, yeah?
        Polansky: Now I can.

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