The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party (Part 2)

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The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party (Part 2)
Episode # 406
Air Date December 7, 1980
Briefing None

Plot

After being treated to scenes from Part 1, we find Ponch and Jon riding bikes on patrol near the boulder. (They look like they belong on Pacific Blue instead of "CHiPs".) While the thieves from Part 1 get comfortable in their new home, Ponch chases after Linda Rondstat and Robert Redford.

When a helicopter comes and tries to haul the boulder away, it can't lift it. Eventually, we get to see the fund-raiser where there are plenty of stars and Harlan does a constant play-by-play of the action.

Back at the boulder, Ponch and Jon get ready for blasting. Unfortunately, Jon's little friend picked a bad time to decide to climb on the boulder. He spray-paints "CHERYL" on the side. Jon runs up and gets him down.

After saving the boy, Jon spots the prototype motorcycle and they catch the thieves. Back at the fund-raiser, everyone's playing a variety of games including "DiP A CHiP".

Soon, the party is interrupted when everyone stops to watch the boulder blow up. After the dust clears, the boulder's STILL there. The head engineer says they'll have to build a retaining wall and take it apart piece by piece.

The show ends with shots of Getraer, Jon, Ponch, and Harlan being dunked.

Guest Stars

  • Ken Berry as Kelly
  • Don Galloway as Steve
  • Felicia Jeter as Herself
  • Tammy Lauren as Cheryl
  • Tina Louise as Edie
  • Alex Rocco as Ansgar
  • Ronnie Scribner as Dane
  • Milton Berle as Himself
  • Ellen Geer as Julie Borris
  • Bob Hackman as Furrier
  • Bill Boyett as Rhodes
  • Sandy Lipton as Mrs. Bosco
  • Kimberly Alexander as Wendy
  • Robin Evans as Roberto
  • Jerome Guardino as Vendor
  • Cindy Harrell as Chris
  • Kevin King as Racer
  • Michael O'Leary as Bernie
  • Heidi Bohay as Corky
  • Paddy Edwards as Fur Lady
  • Dana Halsted as Carole
  • Cathy Cook as Hot Tub Girl
  • Kim North as Hot Tub Girl
  • Celebrity Doubles Provided by: Ron Smith Celebrity Look-alikes

Uncredited Appearances

  • George Peppard (The A Team)
  • Earl Holliman
  • Elinor Donahue
  • Joyce Bulifant
  • Jackie Joseph
  • Rose Marie (The Dick Van Dyke Show and Hollywood Squares)
  • Marcia Wallace (The Bob Newhart Show)
  • Lee Meriwether (Catwoman on Batman)
  • "Boomer" the dog (Here's Boomer)
  • Jo Ann Pflug
  • Chuck Woolery (Love Connection)
  • David Groh (Rhoda)
  • Gil Gerard (Buck Rogers & the 25th Century")
  • "The Bear" (BJ and The Bear)
  • Brett Somers (Match Game)
  • Merlin Olsen (Little House on the Prairie, former NFL player)
  • Susan Richardson (Eight is Enough)
  • Conrad Bain (Diff'rent Strokes)
  • Daniel J. Travanti (Hill Street Blues)
  • Betsy Palmer
  • Michael Warren (Hill Street Blues)
  • Gary Burghoff (M*A*S*H)
  • Todd Bridges (Diff'rent Strokes)
  • Dody Goodman
  • Dick Van Patten (Eight is Enough)
  • Dean Butler ("Little House on the Prairie")
  • Sheila DeWindt
  • Linda McCullough
  • Candi & Randi Brough
  • Barbara Horan
  • Judy Landers
  • Wesley Eure (Land of the Lost)
  • Nancy Kulp (Beverly Hillbillies)
  • Peter Marshall
  • Altovise Davis
  • Madlyn Rhue
  • Ruth Buzzi (Laugh In)
  • Johnny Ray
  • John Ericson
  • Robert Mandan (Soap)
  • Lynn Gordon
  • Charlene Holt
  • Donna Mills (Knot's Landing)
  • Brian Kerwin (The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo)
  • Cindy Williams (Laverne & Shirley)
  • Laurie Walters (Eight is Enough)
  • Tom Hallick
  • Richard Paul (Carter Country)
  • Shawn Stevens
  • Robert Walden (Lou Grant)
  • Richard Kline
  • Vic Tayback (Alice)

Crew

Fun Facts

  • Both parts of this episode originally aired together as a two-hour episode.
  • Near the beginning of this episode, the usual opening credits sequence is parodied with a montage of Jon and Ponch on bicycles.

Mistakes

  • Harlan keeps calling Jeb Turner "Jed" when he's in the dunking tank.
  • The kid drops the spray can when he's only halfway through the "L" of "CHERYL", but the name is complete when they try to blow up the boulder.
  • During the chase near the end, the motorcycle and sidecar split apart before they hit the barrier. After they split, the sidecar miraculously gains two extra wheels and manages to keep up with the motorcycle.


Preceded by:
"The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party"
The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party (Part 2)
406
Followed by:
"Satan's Angels"