TV Series | TV-PG | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart "Mac" McMillan and his amateur detective wife keep their marriage unpredictable while solving the city's most baffling crimes.
In many episodes Sally is seen wearing a football jersey as a nightgown. The jersey is an authentic early-1970 era San Francisco 49ers jersey. Her jersey sports the number 18. This was the jersey of 49er Gene Washington, a wide receiver who played for the 49ers after being drafted in 1969 until 1977. Washington was a 4 time Pro Bowler (69-72) and 3 time 1st Team All-Pro in 69.70 & 72. Interestingly, Washington would later make a guest appearance in the season four episode McMillan & Wife: Guilt by Association (1974).
There an inconsistently with the spelling of Commissioner McMillan's first name. In at least one early episode, the first name was shown spelled as, "Stuart," while later it was commonly spelled as "Stewart." Given that he is supposed to be of direct Scottish descent, it would more likely be that his name should be spelled as Stuart.