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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Misadventures Of Sheriff Lobo' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'The Misadventures Of Sheriff Lobo':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns.)

September 18, 1979: The Day That Shark Ate Lobo
Season 1, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Dick Harwood

With Caren Kaye, Christopher George (Dandy Jim Brody), Booth Colman (Professor), Greg Evigan (B.J. McKay), Robert Lussier (Josh Wilkins), Christina Cummings (Liz).
Series premiere. A bank robber and a mean-tempered shark upset the plans of the larcenous Sheriff Lobo to con thousands of dollars out of a group of fishermen.

September 25, 1979: Dean Martin And The Moonshiners
Season 1, episode 2
W: Glen A. Larson, Frank Lupo   D: James Sheldon

With Dean Martin (Himself), Ben Cooper (Waverly), Karen Austin (Lily), Pamela Jean Bryant (Buttercup Beauregard), Dennis Fimple (Elmo Beauregard), Bruce M. Fischer (Mountain Beauregard), John Chappell (Harry Cunningham).
When Dean Martin refuses to perform at a re-election rally for Lobo, the wily sheriff comes up with his own dastardly means of persuasion.

October 9, 1979: The Big Game
Season 1, episode 3
W: Harvey Bullock   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Gloria DeHaven (Gladys), Harold Gould (Slick Willy), Al Checco (Lenny Phillips), Bubba Smith (Rhino), Roman Gabriel (Himself), Ed Lauter (Capt. Cain), Happy Hairston (Harley).
Determined to beat a nearby sheriff's football squad, Lobo arrests nine big men and presses them into service as his team.

October 16, 1979: Disco Fever Comes To Orly
Season 1, episode 4
W: Richard Landau   D: Daniel Haller

With George Murdock (Mayor Hawkins), Warren Berlinger (Harvey Crowder), Joyce Bulifant (Dixie Wilson), John Mitchum (Trapdoor Operator), Olan Soule (Pop), Michael McManus (Officer Mullinger), Don Maxwell (Danny).
After becoming part-owner of a strip joint, Lobo learns the strippers are male.

October 23, 1979: The Mob Comes To Orly
Season 1, episode 5
W: Glen A. Larson, Michael Sloan   D: Mel Ferber

With Raymond Burr (The Godfather), Carl Ballantine (Monty the Hitman), Leann Hunley, Joey Forman (Carl Bates), Jim Antonio (Mobster), John Kerry (Mobster), Karen Carlson (Lani), Zitto Kazann.
After selling swampland to visiting real estate executives, Lobo learns they are mobsters plotting to overthrow their leader.

November 6, 1979: Run For The Money (2)
Season 1, episode 6
W: Michael Sloan, Sidney Ellis, Frank Lupo, Robert L. McCullough   D: Bruce Bilson

With Greg Evigan (B.J. McKay), Ed Lauter (Capt. Cain), Slim Pickens (Sgt. Wiley), Conchata Ferrell (The Fox), J.D. Cannon (Oscar Gorley), Glen Campbell (Himself), Jeannie Wilson (Monique), James Olson (Paul Vane), Renne Jarrett (Debbie Hastings), Deborah Shelton (Agent Adams), Otto Felix (Deputy Higgens).
Lobo and two other law officials, engaged in tough competition for a police award, race to find the loot B.J. supposedly stole.

November 27, 1979: Buttercup, Birdie And Buried Bucks
Season 1, episode 7
W: Robert Baublitz   D: Daniel Haller

With Pamela Jean Bryant (Buttercup Beauregard), Larry Storch (Pappy Beauregard), Dennis Fimple (Elmo Beauregard), Bruce M. Fischer (Mountain Beauregard), Charles Bloom (Junior Beauregard), Richard Stahl (Casey), Harvey Lembeck (Hank).
Lobo, a gang of bandits, and a hillbilly gang all set off on a wild search for thousands of dollars in stolen money.

December 4, 1979: The Senator Votes Absentee
Season 1, episode 8
W: Robert Wolterstorff, Paul Belous   D: William P. D'Angelo

With James B. Sikking (Jack Wiley), William Mims (Senator Flowers), Lara Parker (Evelyn Flowers), James McEachin (Barnes), Arthur Batanides (Max).
When a Senator up for re-election dies in Orly, his unscrupulous campign manager tries to cover up the death until after the polls close.

December 11, 1979: The Boom Boom Lady
Season 1, episode 9
W: Stephen Miller   D: Daniel Haller

With Jeanette Nolan (Maude Nickerson), Richard X. Slattery (Red Daniels), Paul Brown (Pilot), Tommy Bush (Eddie Green), Eric Lawson (Paul Werblin), Ana Alicia (Millie Rogers).
An elderly lady with a complaint against the city is blamed for a series of explosions which were actually planted by a gang of bank robbers.

January 8, 1980: First To Finish, Last To Show
Season 1, episode 10
W: Robert Wolterstorff, Paul Belous   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Jack Ging (Dr. Peterson), John Anderson (Col. Clayborn), Eric Server (Peter Lacy), John Myhers (Big Joe Wabash).
Sheriff Lobo and his deputies become involved with a gang of confidence men from the world of horse racing.

January 15, 1980: Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here
Season 1, episode 11
W: Stephen Miller   D: James Sheldon

With Charles Dierkop (Dr. Doom), Katherine Justice (Toni Moore), William Watson, Dick O'Neill (Walter Cruikshank), Sandy McPeak, Catherine Campbell (Gretch the Wretch), John Tuell (Cheney).
Sheriff Lobo is delighted when a gang of lawless motorcyclists turns Orly upside down, as it will help him qualify for a state grant on the basis of a crime wave. But when Perkins infiltrates the gang, he suffers a concussion that turns him into an ill-tempered biker.

January 22, 1980: The Luck Of The Irish
Season 1, episode 12
W: Richard Bluel, Pat Fiedler   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Duncan Gamble (Eddie Rico), Kimberly Beck (Vicky Bowers).
A crooked gambler from another county attempts to blackmail Lobo into letting him expand his operation into Orly.

January 29, 1980: Double Take, Double Take
Season 1, episode 13
W: Robert Wolterstorff, Paul Belous   D: Daniel Haller

With Suzanne Lederer (Helen/Jeannie Brooks), Red West (Sgt. Reynolds), Bernie Hamilton (Capt. McGraw), Paul Lambert (Lester Jenkins), Alex Henteloff (Louis D. Johnson), Jed Allan (Jesse Welles), Beth Scheffel (Cindy), Ron Soble (Russ), Robert Feero (Vic).
Perkins escorts the key witness in a murder trial to Los Angeles to testify, unaware the she plans to use her twin sister to help her escape.

February 5, 1980: Police Escort
Season 1, episode 14
W: Robert Feinberg, Howard Liebling   D: James Sheldon

With Dennis Burkley (Harry Cunningham), Ben Cooper (Waverly), John Fiedler (Mr. Parkhurst), William Schallert (Mayor Hawkins), Rosemary DeCamp (Mama Lobo), Don Keefer (Dr. Casey), Charlie Picerni (Phil Jones), Cheryl Miller (Jennifer).
An ex-con returns to Orly plotting revenge on those who put him away.

February 19, 1980: Who's The Sexiest Girl In The World?
Season 1, episode 15
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Daniel Haller

With Paul Sylvan (Hitman), Candy Loving (Herself), Stefan Gierasch (Eavesdropper), Kenneth Cory (Governor Denton), Lynne Marta (Miss Smith), William Daniels (Dr. Taylor), David Ruprecht (Hal Hendricks).
Orly police protect a Playboy centerfold who has received death threats, which gives Sheriff Lobo the opportunity to get some free publicity for his re-election campaign.

February 26, 1980: The Martians Are Coming, The Martians Are Coming
Season 1, episode 16
W: Stephen Miller   D: James Sheldon

With Deborah Ryan (Marla), Ken Swofford (General), Burr DeBenning (Officer Evans), John Kerry (Officer Price), Susanne Reed (Felicity), Candy Ann Brown (Black Stripper), Bill Fletcher (Schmidt), John Finnegan (Teddy), Lew Brown (Jim Spencer), Ken Scott (Colonel).
A UFO crashes near Orly, starting rumors of an outer space invasion.

March 4, 1980: The Treasure Of Nature Beach
Season 1, episode 17
W: Mark Jones, Stephen Miller, Glen A. Larson   D: Daniel Haller

With Ben Cooper (Waverly), William Schallert (Mayor Hawkins), Tim Gillin (Deputy Purvis), Kathrine Baumann (Erika), Jenny Neumann (Susie), Heather Thomas (Caroline Capote), Rebecca Reynolds (Heather Fern), Lewis Van Bergen (Brian Delaney), Charles Rowe (Howard Sloan), Clete Roberts (TV Newsman), John Gowans (Harvey Slate).
Rumors of buried treasure have Lobo thinking of ways to get his share.

March 11, 1980: Perkins Bombs Out
Season 1, episode 18
W: Mark Fink, Stephen Miller   D: Jack Arnold

With Ben Cooper (Waverly), Pat Paulsen (Don Wilber), John Fiedler (Boomer Barton), Robin Eisenman (Ann), Howard Morton (Banker), Morgan Hart (Amy Marsh), Frederic Downs (Lewis Vandercamp), Michael Mancini (Tony), Christopher Stone (Jack), Kathy McCullen (Joan Stacy).
Bank robbers kidnap Lobo and threaten to blow him up unless he pulls a job for them.

March 18, 1980: Birdie's Hot Wheels
Season 1, episode 19
W: Mark Fink   D: James Sheldon

With Morgan Woodward (Sheriff Lockwood), Pat Klous (C.R. Jameson), Brian Cutler (Dave Beeman), Peter Liapis (Bobby Kelton), Joyce Jillson (TV Interviewer).
Birdie is favored to win the Southern Drag Racing Championship, until his vehicle is stolen from under Perkins' nose.

March 25, 1980: The Haunting Of Orly Manor
Season 1, episode 20
W: Mark Jones, Robert E. Feinberg, Howard Liebling   D: Daniel Haller

With Delta Burke (Diane Stone), Flora Plumb (Prof. Nina Evans), Richard Bakalyan (Mr. Crawford), Stu Gilliam (Mr. Avery), Cynthia Leake (Paula), Michelle O'Brian (Sandy), Lachelle Chamberlain (Jane).
Lobo investigates strange occurrences at a reputedly haunted house.

May 6, 1980: Mystery On The Orly Express
Season 1, episode 21
W: Lloyd Turner   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With William Schallert (Mayor Hawkins), Camilla Sparv (Nicole Russo), Ellen Travolta (Myra Kimberly), Rosemary DeCamp (Mama Lobo), Cesare Danova (Mr. Medici), Roger C. Carmel (Hubert Hemmings), Ivan Bonar (Karl Hess), Arthur Batanides (Francis).
While judging a beauty contest, Lobo is suspected of stealing a diamond from a lovely temptress during the historic final ride of the Orly Express.

May 13, 1980: Orly's Hot Skates
Season 1, episode 22
W: Robert Feinberg, Howard Liebling, Stephen Miller   D: Jack Arnold

With William Schallert (Mayor Hawkins), Rosemary DeCamp (Mama Lobo), Cesare Danova (Mr. Medici), Roger C. Carmel (Hubert Hemmings), Arthur Batanides (Pickpocket), Camilla Sparv (Nicole Russo), Ellen Travolta (Myra Kimberly), Vince Howard (Conductor), Ivan Bonar (Karl Hess), Pat Aktins (Matilda Detweiler).
Sheriff Lobo suspects that a member of a touring female roller-skating squad is a bank robber.

December 30, 1980: The Dirtiest Girls In Town
Season 2, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Corey Allen

With Richard Anderson (Eric), Milt Kogan (Harvey), Luke Andreas (Customer), Sam Chew Jr. (Governor's Aide), Deborah Richter (Colleen), Philece Sampler (Lori).
Lobo and his deputies investigate a female mud-wrestling club which serves as a front for a credit card scam.

January 6, 1981: The Girls With The Stolen Bodies
Season 2, episode 2
W: Mark Jones   D: Dick Harwood

With Richard Herd (Dr. Smith), Dave Madden (Sidney), Sondra Currie (Nurse), Boyd Bodwell (Harvey Myers), Deborah Benson (Candy Striper), Bill Capizzi (Mr. Makowitz).
Lobo investigates when Perkins, hospitalized for a minor wound, reportedly dies on the operating table.

January 20, 1981: The Fastest Women Around
Season 2, episode 3
W: Bill Dial   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Jeannie Wilson (Car Thief), George Loros (Mr. Logan), Peter Mark Richman (Mr. Sherman), Jenny Sherman (Car Thief), Al Stevenson (Bartender), Stack Pierce (Bartender), Cathey Paine (Mary).
Lobo and his deputies try to infiltrate a ring of car thieves who bait their victims with beautiful women.

January 27, 1981: Macho Man
Season 2, episode 4
W: Mark Jones, Glen A. Larson   D: Gene Levitt

With Tricia O'Neil (Sheila McKnight), George McDaniel (Officer Cassidy), Eddy C. Dyer (Officer Caldwell), Thad Geer (Protestor), Bill Cross (Protestor), Scott Wells (Joel), Anne Bloom (Photographer), Dudley Knight (Crime Lab Technician), Debbie Kaine (Receptionist).
Birdie poses nude as a male magazine centerfold in an attempt to track down the murderer of two models.

February 3, 1981: Airsick -- 1981
Season 2, episode 5
W: Frank Lupo   D: Bruce Kessler

With Peter Brown (Hijacker), Peter Hobbs (Bomber), George Murdock (Mr. Sheldon), Judy Strangis (Stewardess), Don Ross (Pilot), Woody Eney (Tower Controller), Bruce Gray (Co-Pilot), Anita Merritt (Terri), Read Morgan (Security Guard), Wendy Hoffman (Hostess).
While transporting a criminal by airplane, Lobo and Birdie's flight is taken over by a hijacker and a bomber. Birdie -- posing as a crew member -- takes over the controls when the pilot is injured.

February 10, 1981: Coeds With Sticky Fingers
Season 2, episode 6
W: Jeff Wilhelm   D: Dick Harwood

With Coleen Riley (Shelly), Reni Santoni (Meeker).
Lobo and his deputies investigate a rash of house burglaries linked by the presence of a teenage babysitter prior to the crime.

February 17, 1981: Sex And The Single Cop
Season 2, episode 7
W: Mark Jones   D: Sidney Hayers

With Mark Roberts (Governor), Elaine Joyce (Beverly Davis), Edward Grover (Councilman Davis), Jay Ingram (Morgan Smith), James Mendenhall (William Townson), Anna Upstrom (Mrs. Townson), George Dickerson (Dr. Roberts), Lionel Decker (Dr. Finkel), Lorrie Mahaffey (Nurse Kristi).
Lobo and Hildy pose as husband and wife at a sex-therapy clinic whose former patients are being blackmailed, with some committing suicide as a result.

February 24, 1981: Another Day, Another Bomb
Season 2, episode 8
W: Mark Jones   D: Dick Harwood

With Sid Caesar (Bomber), Ellen Regan (Teri Kerns), Dudley Knight (George), Karlene Crockett (Martha), Lloyd Alan (Jerry), Darleen Carr (Social Worker).
A mad bomber cites his love for America as the reason he's bombing it; Chief Carson is held hostage by a mother whose baby is a robbery suspect.

March 3, 1981: The French Follies Caper
Season 2, episode 9
W: Bill Dial   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Burr DeBenning (Rick Conti), Belinda Montgomery (Kate Benson), Herb Vigran (Pops), Douglas Dirkson (Frank Ingram), Kristine DeBell (Ginger), William Benedict (Junior), Marsha Haynes (Fifi), Robert Sutton (Larry), David Varnay (Collins), Charles Bartlett (Joe).
The puzzling theft of Perkins' hat puts Lobo, Birdie and Perkins on the path to cracking a bigger case involving embezzled funds and attempted murder by the impresario of a French Follies revue.

March 24, 1981: Bang Bang, You're Dead
Season 2, episode 10
W: Jeffrey Scott   D: Sidney Hayers

With Susan Powell (Margaret Anderson), Bill McKinney (Ernie Kelbow), Sam DeFazio (Norman Carlino), Gretchen Corbett (Kathleen Dixon), Frederic Downs (Judge Miller).
Perkins becomes a hero when he captures one of the most notorious hitmen in the country, but feels less than heroic when the killer escapes.

March 31, 1981: The Cowboy Connection
Season 2, episode 11
W: Cliff Ruby, Elana Lesser   D: Harvey Laidman

With Barbi Benton (Kitty Rhinestone), Joyce Brothers (Police Psychologist), Bobby Sherman (Jeff Courtland), Russ McCubbin (Bad Bob), Joey Forman (Bill), Hugh Gillin, Rory Calhoun (Mr. Hobbes), Robert Swan (Danny), K.C. Winkler (Connie), Michael J. London (Ross), David Somerville (Emcee).
To uncover a gem smuggling ring threatening country singer Kitty Rhinestone, Birdie, Brandy, Peaches and Hildy go undercover as the country band "Birdie and the Belle Girls."

April 7, 1981: What're Girls Like You Doing In A Bank Like This?
Season 2, episode 12
W: Mark Jones   D: Dick Harwood

With Paul Carr (Bank Manager), Jennifer Holmes (Jamie), Deborah Benson (Debbie), Val Avery (Man), Shari Belafonte (Bank Teller), Dean Brooks (SWAT Capt. Smith), Joyce Jillson (Newscaster), Adrienne Larussa (Tess), Alex Hyde-White (Tommy), John Towler (Policeman).
Perkins is moonlighting as a security guard in a bank that is held up by two beautiful machine gun-wielding women. Among their hostages are a wounded Chief Carson and a distraught Hildy.

April 21, 1981: Lobo And The Pirates
Season 2, episode 13
W: Lou Shaw   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Lynette Mettey (Jessica Wright), Phillip R. Allen (Mr. Gregory), James A. Watson Jr. (District Attorney), Tom Stern (Benny), Doug France (Bodyguard), Bill Watson (Bartender), Sonny Shields (Man).
Perkins' romantic entanglement with a crooked music executive threatens to blow the cover off the department's investigation of a record pirating operation.

April 28, 1981: The Roller Disco Karate Kaper
Season 2, episode 14
W: Frank Lupo, Mark Jones   D: Sidney Hayers

With Harold Sakata (Ku Long), James Saito (Steven Chiu), Pat Morita (Assistant), Helen Funai (Miss Cummings), Rosalind Chao (Leslie Chiu), Alvin Young (Soo), Ed Parker (Tanaka), Dudley Knight (George), Nathan Jung (Kahuna).
Lobo and his men face karate-trained killers when they investigate a fraudulent charity operation.

May 5, 1981: Keep On Buckin'
Season 2, episode 15
W: Jeffrey Scott, Frank Lupo, Lou Shaw, Mark Jones   D: Daniel Haller

With Anne-Marie Martin (Charlotte McGraw), Ellen Bry (Julie Rawlins), Duncan Gamble (Archie McGraw), Gerald McRaney (Jake), Denny Miller (Jesse), Bob Neill (Willie Rawlins), Mora Gray (Polly), Steven Ford (Cowboy).
When a rodeo star is shot, the husband of one of Lobo's former girlfriends is accused of the crime. Lobo and his men infiltrate the rodeo disguised as roustabouts to find the real killer. (Last show of the series.)

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