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There is no Next Episode of The Blue Knight planned.
Two brutal hoods put their victims through savage beatings in Bumper's (George Kennedy) district.
The lawyer of a wounded mugger is his sister, who doesn't believe he is a hood.
The assistant of an unscrupulous bookmaker refuses help from Bumper (George Kennedy) for fear of reprisal.
Bumper (George Kennedy) learns of a fashion-house chief's design to strike a big drug deal. During the police crackdown on drug traffic, Bumper Morgan arrests a suspected pusher and discovers that a high style fashion firm, headed by a shrewd woman designer is the front for a smoothly operated narcotics trade.
Bumper (George Kennedy) becomes the target of an ex-con and a professional hit man.
Bumper (George Kennedy) trails an odd hotel burglar whose speciality is slashing teddy bears.
After Bumper (George Kennedy) catches a heroin dealer, he learns that the criminal is being freed to help federal narcotics agents.
Trouble comes in the form of a loan shark collector who's terrorizing people in Bumper's (George Kennedy) territory.
One of Bumper's informers helps in the case of a burglary ring headed by a pawn shop operator.
Bumper's erstwhile girlfriend is a victim of a pair of armed robbers.
Trying to avoid inevitable violence, Bumper (George Kennedy) searches for a bookie's collection man who fled with a week's worth of receipts.
Bumper makes use of an alcoholic, down-and-out attorney called The Counselor to close down a bar for crooks and nab a sadistic hood named Sally G.(John Crawford). The bar atmosphere, Leonard Stone's Counselor, and the appearance of Joanna Moore as Molly, one of the hood's victims, give this effort the kind of seedy flavor it needs.
Bumper (George Kennedy) grows philosophical about his personal laws, despite the fact that an aggrieved message parlor operator, Tina (Salome Jens), may cost him his badge. Along with the customary police series plots, which means putting the heat on Bumper Morgan's cop on the beat, the George Kennedy series specializes in old broads. This week Bumper faces abuse from Tina, a massage parlor manager, and takes it without flinching. Bumper also contemplates a wrestler with a penchant for wrecking cars. Harold Sakata, Kennedy's sidekick on his "Sarge" series, goes into his violent act and picks up a paycheck.