# 4, "It Shouldn’t
Happen to a Dog"
Catching sight of activity
down an alley, a Police Officer (Karl Lukas) and his partner discover
a disheveled housewife looking for her lost dog. Mrs. Darrin Stephens
was escorted home, with assurances that the officers would find and
return her dog.
# 22, "Eye of the Beholder"
While investigating a car
that had been left in front of the park all day, Officer Kern (Mark
Tapscott) and his partner discover a distraught Darrin Stephens with
a woman not his wife (or so they assume), and encourage him to return
# 23, "Red Light, Green
A Policeman (Robert Dorman)
tries to keep the peace at a traffic jam caused by a mass rally for
community traffic signals. Also in the blotter is a crackpot report
that a London Bobby was spotted in the living room of a Morning Glory
Circle resident. Oddly enough, at about the same time, a report came
across the international news wire that a London traffic officer had
vanished mysteriously from his post.
# 25, "Pleasure O’Reilly"
Darrin Stephens reports to
the Police Sergeant (William Woodson) that next door neighbor Pleasure
O'Reilly is being threatened by her ex-boyfriend, football star Thor
# 26, "Driving Is the
Only Way To Fly"
Drivers Ed student Samantha
Stephens simply waves back at an officer who is trying to flag her down.
# 27, "There’s
No Witch Like an Old Witch"
Judge Virgil Winner (Gilbert
Green) presides over a hearing to determine if Aunt Clara is a competent
babysitter. The Judge finds her to be charming, and hires her as his
own son’s sitter.
# 39, "We’re In
for a Bad Spell"
Detective (Richard X. Slattery)
accompanies Mr. Abercrombie, a bank manager, to the Stephens home to
investigate the theft of $75,000 from his bank.
# 42, "Take Two Aspirin
and Half a Pint of Porpoise Milk"
A Police Sergeant (Larry Mann)
and Officer (Ray Hastings) deal with the repeatedly strange behavior
of a Darrin Stephens, who is arrested for stealing an ostrich feather from a woman’s
hat, and burglarizing the home of horticulturist Mr. Norton.
# 44, "The Very Informal
Judge Crosetti (Hardie Albright)
finds the account of an unclothed Darrin Stephens to be preposterous,
despite the testimony of two policemen (Dick Balduzzi and Gene Darfler).
# 48, "A Strange Little
A Policeman (Dick Balduzzi)
intercepts a burglar at the Stephens' home after he is captured by Merle,
a child whom the Stephens were baby-sitting.
# 50, "Speak the Truth"
A Policeman (Mort Mills) has
a strange encounter with an overly truthful Darrin Stephens, and also finds himself
oddly more truthful than he would have liked.
# 63, "The Leprechaun"
Brian, a man alleging to be
a Leprechaun, is jailed.
#s 66 and 67,
"Follow That Witch, Parts 1 and 2"
# 71, "The Catnapper"
detective Charlie Leech (Robert Strauss) mercilessly hounds average
American housewife Samantha Stephens, in an apparent attempt to dredge
up dirt on her husband, an advertising executive.
# 80, "Endora Moves
In for a Spell"
A Desk Sergeant (Arthur Adams)
sends Officers Floyd (Paul Smith) and Noel (Sid Clute) to investigate
the reported appearance of a house on a previously vacant lot.
# 85, "Oedipus Hex"
A Policeman (Paul Smith) is
written up for dereliction of duty when he joins in with a "fun-loving"
group at the Stephens’ home, and misses several hours of duty.
# 87, "My Friend Ben"
# 88, "Samantha for the Defense"
The Judge (Harry Holcomb)
presiding over the case involving "Ben Franklin's" theft of a city fire-engine,
finds the old gentleman to be charming and acquits him of all charges.
# 91, "Sam in the Moon"
In an entry thought to have
been "dreamed" up by the Air Force in an attempt to mislead
UFO conspiracy theorists, Military Officers were reported to have imprisoned
a woman with extraordinary powers, when moon dust was found to be in
# 94, "The Corn is as
High as a Guernsey’s Eye"
Police investigate the disappearance
of a cow. It turns up again unharmed, leading investigators to believe
that it had simply wandered off.
# 95, "The Trial and
Error of Aunt Clara"
An entry in the blotter highlights
the case of a woman known only as "Clara," who underwent a competency hearing before
a Judge Bean (Arthur Malet). The ruling shows that he declared her "earthbound,"
which we can only conclude meant that her driving privileges were revoked.
# 124, "Samantha’s
da Vinci Dilemma"
A Museum Guard (Vince Howard)
witnesses a man claiming to be Leonardo da Vinci vandalizing valuable
# 128, "Hippie, Hippie,
Serena (refused to give last
name), cousin of a Samantha Stephens, is arrested at a Love-In for inciting
a riot. When a photo of her leaving the paddy wagon appears in the newspaper,
Darrin Stephens, husband of Samantha, nearly loses the Giddings tractor
# 135, "I Confess"
In perhaps the most bizarre
entry ever found in the blotter, a
military officer and a secret agent reportedly investigated a case that
involved a witch that had revealed her true nature. Apparently confirming
that the report was true, the entire family, consisting of two witches
and one mortal, were taken into custody on a military base. No corroboration
of any of these strange events has ever been possible, leaving some
to believe that this entire incident had simply been "dreamed"
up as a practical joke.
# 137, "Samantha’s
Captain Tugwell (Eldon Ouick)
and Colonel Burkett (Larry D. Mann) from the United States Air Force
investigate Gladys Kravitz’ report of a UFO in the Stephens' backyard.
Mrs. Kravitz later retracts her claims in an apparent state of drunkeness.
Her penchant to imbibe may explain the original report.
# 138, "The No-Harm
A fearless Darrin Stephens
foils a bank robbery perpetrated by a fake security guard (Paul Smith).
# 156, "Serena Strikes
Again, Part 2"
A Policeman (Richard X. Slattery)
is bitten by a presumably stolen monkey, and chases after it.
# 171, "Samantha and
In a blotter entry that can
only be considered a prank, a guard (David "Deacon" Jones)
is recorded as being given his pink slip for incompetently guarding
the "Giant's Castle" from intrusion.
# 173, "Samantha’s
Officer #1(John J. Fox) and
Officer #2 (Herb Ellis) try to keep the peace after a public disturbance
by a strange man claiming to be Julius Caesar.
# 174, "Samantha’s
An officer on motorcycle (Tommy
Davis) pulls a speeding Darrin Stephens over, but finds no pregnant
passenger about to give birth, as Darrin claims was his reason for speeding.
He is ticketed.
# 177, "To
Trick or Treat or Not to Trick or Treat"
A Policeman (Paul Sorensen)
gives a speeding ticket to a Darrin Stephens, who is inexplicably in
# 179, "Samantha’s
An airport security guard
(Jerry Rush) accompanies a Larry Tate to arrest a Darrin Stephens for
company theft. Mr. Stephens appears innocent when the stolen layouts
are found to belong to another McMann & Tate employee, Ralph Jackman.
# 190, "Super Arthur"
(Paul Smith) and his partner investigate reports of a flying man (known
only as "Uncle Arthur") in a Superman costume, which his niece,
Samantha Stephens, reveals to merely be a little publicity stunt for
her husband's advertising agency.
# 203, "The Salem Saga,
Policeman #1 (Richard X. Slattery)
and Policeman #2 (Ron Masak) follow accused bed warmer thief Darrin
Stephens back to the Hawthorne Motor Hotel after two eye witnesses,
tour guide Miss Ferndale and vagrant Mr. Potter, testify that they saw
the stolen item in the Stephens' car.
# 204, "Samantha’s
Hot Bed Warmer, part 2"
Policeman #1 (Richard X. Slattery)
and Policeman #2 (Ron Masak) find the stolen bed warmer in the Stephens'
possession, and arrest Mr. Stephens. Later, the bed warmer disappears
from the evidence room from under the watchful eye of Capt. Harkness
(Jack Wells). At trial, Miss Ferndale drops charges after the bed warmer
is recovered, and the Judge (Bill Zuckert) dismisses the case.
# 206, "Paul Revere
Officer Clancey (Ron Masak)
and a Desk Sergeant (Parley Baer) are puzzled by a public disturbance
involving a man claiming to be Paul Revere. "Mr. Revere's"
horse-ride through town is explained to be a advertising campaign stunt.
# 208, "Samantha's
Old Salem Trip"
An interesting item was found
in the historical archives that details the events of a witch trial.
The witch was apparently seen to remove her shackles by a peculiar nose
movement, turn into a bucket of water, and ultimately escape into thin
air. The Judge, deciding that they could only have been hallucinating,
declared an end to the Salem Witch Trials.
# 216, "The Good Fairy
Strikes Again, part 2"
Officer #1 (Vic Tayback) and
Officer #2 (Paul Smith) take a bewildered woman, known only as Mary,
down to the station after they find her intoxicated and wandering the
streets. She is released into the custody of a Darrin Stephens.
# 222, "Darrin Goes
After receiving a call from
a frantic Gladys Kravitz, Officer Mitchell (Paul Smith) and Officer
Hyams (Sidney Clute) arrive on the scene and confirm that an ape is
indeed loose inside 1164 Morning Glory Circle. Said officers call headquarters,
and Sergeant Miller (Herb Vigran) dispatches Animal Regulation to the
# 223, "Money Happy
Police arrive and apprehend
corrupt bookie Rudolph Kosko (Arch Johnson) and co-thug, Mr. Braun (Karl
Lukas), at the home of Darrin Stephens. Mr. Stephens was reported to
have found an envelope of money in a taxi, and was then visited by the
thugs, who were seeking their missing money. Police were alerted to
the events at the Stephens' home when they heard the siren of another
police unit. Said police unit must have been on another case, as they
were never seen or identified.
# 225, "Sam’s
A store detective (Irwin Charone)
accuses a Phyllis and Samantha Stephens of shoplifting after several
items disappear near where they were shopping. All the merchandise soon
turned up, so no charges were filed.
# 226, "Samantha’s
Policeman #1 (Jack Denton)
and Policeman #2 (Ed Deemer) attempt to investigate a report of a man
seen looking into the Stephens’ windows. The man is seen by the
officers, but mysteriously escapes before they can bring him into custody.
# 238, "Hansel and
Gretel in Samanthaland"
Policeman #1 (Richard X. Slattery)
and Policeman #2 (Joel Lawrence) escort two lost children back to the
Stephens' home, where their odd state of dress and speech is explained
as being due to the siblings' participation in a children’s theatre
# 249, "George Washington
Zapped Here, part 1"
A Police Sergeant (Herb Vigran)
and Officer (John Garwood) encounter a public speaker dressed as George
Washington, who becomes violent when asked to cease & desist. He
is arrested and brought to trial.
# 250, "George Washington
Zapped Here, part 2"
At the trial of public nuisance
"George Washington," the presiding Judge (Jack Collins) finds
the old gentleman charming, and acquits him of all charges.
# 253, "Sam’s
Witchcraft Blows a Fuse"
A Police Sergeant (Herb Vigran)
sends Officer Fred (Richard X. Slattery) out to investigate the report
of a strange bird seen on the rooftop of the Stephens' home. Later,
Darrin Stephens is arrested for the burglary of Ben Fong’s Chinese