CHiPs (1983)

Season 1 Episode 17

Hitch-Hiking Hitch

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 09, 1978 on NBC
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Jon and Ponch find two girls hitch hiking. One blames the other for being there, but Ponch and Jon learn that this is not true. Later they have to save them out of a dangerous situation.

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    Robert Pine

    Robert Pine

    Joe Getraer

    Paul Linke

    Paul Linke

    Officer Grossman

    Erik Estrada

    Erik Estrada

    Officer Frank "Ponch" Poncherello

    Lew Saunders

    Lew Saunders

    Officer Gene Fritz (1977-81)

    Larry Wilcox

    Larry Wilcox

    Officer Jon Baker (1977-1982)

    Brodie Greer

    Brodie Greer

    Officer Baricza (1977-82)

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      • From CHiPs Online:
        As we see the sail-racer pass Ponch and Jon at the beginning of the show, it's on their side of the road and there are no cars visible. In other shots, the sail-racer is in or close to the high-speed lane and surrounded by cars.

        Speaking of cars, they're moving far below the speed limit.

        Before Jon started to reach down to help the guy off the sail-racer, he took the glove off of his right hand. When they jumped to the close-up, he had the glove on.

        When Jon writes the ticket, he takes both gloves off. When he handed the guy the ticket, both gloves were on.

        In some of the shots of the sail-racer and Ponch and Jon, there's a white VW Beetle visible. As Ponch leaves Jon to write the ticket, we see it drive by twice.

        If Baricza's really slowing down the truck with his brakes, he shouldn't be bouncing on and off the bumper of the truck.

        Why does Getraer wear his helmet in a cruiser?

        When the guy is moving the motors to the sidewalk, the radio handset on one of them falls off and is dragged along the ground. When he sets the motor down, it swings up and slams against the seat.

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