Prime-time network TV listings for Thursday April 21, 1977:
|[CBS 8:00] The Waltons [Reg]: The Nightwalker
Season 5, episode 6
W: Paul West D: Harvey Laidman
With The Rhythm Kings, Peggy Webber (Eva Hadley), Gary Tomlin (Lorin).
A mysterious night prowler causes the people of Walton's Mountain to be fearful of attending Jason's dance at Ike Godsey's hall.
(Repeat program, originally aired 10/28/1976)
|[ABC 8:00] Welcome Back, Kotter [Reg]: Sweatside Story
Season 2, episode 3
W: Eric Cohen D: Bill Persky
With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli).
The Sweathogs form a club and almost get involved in a rumble with a tough gang.
(Repeat program, originally aired 10/7/1976)
|[NBC 8:00] The Fantastic Journey [Reg]: Riddles
Season 1, episode 9
W: Katharyn Powers D: David Moessinger
With Carole Demas (Krysta), Dale Robinette (Kedryn), William O'Connell (Simkin), Dax Xanos (The Rider), Lynn Borden (Scott's Mother).
A mysterious horseback rider tells the travelers they can return home if they find a series of stones.
|[ABC 8:30] What's Happening [Reg]: The Runaway
Season 1, episode 1
W: Alan Eisenstock, Larry Mintz D: Dennis Steinmetz
With Debbi Morgan (Diane), Helen Martin (Millie), James A. Watson Jr. (Ray Clemens), Teddy Wilson (Mr. Wilson), Tracee Lyles (Mrs. Wilson), Alycia Gardner (Girl), Lila Perry (Betty Wilson).
Debut of a contemporary comedy about three high school boys in a middle-class black neighborhood of a large American city. In the premiere episode, Raj may miss a party because he has to babysit for his little sister.
(Repeat program, originally aired 8/5/1976)
|[CBS 9:00] Hawaii Five-O [Reg]: We Hang Our Own
Season 7, episode 7
W: Walter Black D: Douglas Green
With Leslie Nielsen (Colonel Faraday), Perry King (Jay Farraday), Bruce Boxleitner (Cam Farraday), Jerry Waialae (Larry Kahela), Elissa Hoopai (Carmen Kahela), James Nishimura (Captain Ohano), Charles Bent (Amos), Alvin Chong (Sergeant Kwan), Masanori Kushi (Judge Hing).
McGarrett steps in when a Big Island cattle baron starts making his own laws to avenge the beating death of his son.
(Repeat program, originally aired 10/22/1974)
|[ABC 9:00] Barney Miller [Reg]: Noninvolvement
Season 3, episode 8
W: Reinhold Weege D: Bruce Bilson
With Alex Henteloff (Arnold Ripner), Oliver Clark (Charles Yusick), Ron Feinberg (Lyle W. Farber), June Gable (Det. Maria Baptista), Lucille Meredith (Mrs. Hanson), Mike Kellin (Al Mitchell).
Wojo arrests a citizen for not stopping a robbery and Baptista, a new woman detective, brings in a flasher.
(Repeat program, originally aired 11/18/1976)
|[NBC 9:00] Captains & The Kings: Chapters 6 & 7 [special]
W: Steven Karpf, Elinor Karpf, Douglas Heyes D: Douglas Heyes
With Richard Jordan, Blair Brown, Patty Duke, Harvey Jason, Terry Kiser, Jane Seymour, John Houseman, Perry King, Robert Vaughn, Lee de Broux, Ken Swofford.
Joseph plunges headlong into a plan to win the Presidential nomination for his son.
|[ABC 9:30] Three's Company [Reg]: It's Only Money
Season 1, episode 6
W: Paul Wayne, George Burditt D: Bill Hobin
With William Pierson (Dean Travers), Joey Forman (Police Officer).
The roommates believe that a burglar has stolen their rent money and frantically try to avoid Mr. Roper.
|[CBS 10:00] Barnaby Jones [Reg]: The Eyes Of Terror
Season 4, episode 23
W: Larry Alexander D: Allen Reisner
With Clu Gulager (Sheriff Hollister), Sheila Larken (Dory Crandall), Terry Kiser (Arlie Burke), Anthony Geary (Deputy Jeffries), Mills Watson (Frank Carter), Elizabeth MacRae (Lucy Thornburgh), Janis Hansen (Paula Morgan), Carol Demas (Marie Carter), Jim Bohan (Ralph Beaumont), Ken Sidwell (Sid Larkin).
A desert town sheriff is hostile toward Barnaby when he comes to help a teacher clear a retarded youth who has been accused of murder.
(Repeat program, originally aired 3/11/1976)
|[ABC 10:00] Sinatra & Friends [special]
With John Denver, Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole, Loretta Lynn, Dean Martin, Leslie Uggams.
Musical special in which the guests each have a solo and team up with Sinatra for duets. Frank sings with Natalie Cole on "I Get a Kick Out of You" and with Leslie Uggams on "The Lady Is a Tramp" and with John Denver on "September Song".