Mod Squad (1968–1973)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama

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Three young outsiders fight crime as undercover agents for the police. (One white man, one black man, one blonde woman.)




  • "Mod Squad" Peggy Lipton Circa 1969 ABC
  • Al Freeman Jr. at an event for Mod Squad (1968)
  • Peggy Lipton and Fabian Gregory in Mod Squad (1968)
  • Peggy Lipton at an event for Mod Squad (1968)
  • Della Reese and Yvonne Craig at an event for Mod Squad (1968)
  • Richard Dreyfuss in Mod Squad (1968)

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Tony Barrett, Harve Bennett, Sammy Hess, Buddy Ruskin

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12 January 2017 | guthriebruce
| Continuously helpless female lead
As I'm re-watching the series on DVD, two things stand out to me:

* It's very much of its' late 1960s time with the counter-culture and all. But it's amazing to me that three full-time undercover cops have so much time to not do, well, cop things. They seem to start their own cases all the time instead of being assigned what you'd expect undercover cops to do... long-time stake outs of drug dens and such. They're being paid for something but they're always just living a teenage life and crime just happens to show up while they're doing it.

* The fact that Julie apparently can't do anything to defend anyone except running for Linc and Pete just grates my nerves. She sees trouble, she screams, and she runs for help. There were some strong women in the 1960s -- nobody messed with Kitty on "Gunsmoke" -- but "Mod Squad" isn't there. It would be a decade before a show like "Cagney and Lacey" hit the airwaves but it was desperately needed.

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