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* We're in the process of adding screen captures to [[:Category:Season 1|Season 1]] episodes.
* [["CHiPs": The Complete Third Season]] is coming soon.
* [["CHiPs": The Complete First Season]] and [["CHiPs": The Complete Second Season]] are currently available on DVD -- the [[:Category:Season 3|third season]] [[DVDs]] have not been announced yet.
* [["CHiPs": The Complete First Season]] and [["CHiPs": The Complete Second Season]] are currently available on DVD.
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"CHiPs" is an acronym for California Highway Patrol and is the name of a popular television program which ran on NBC from 1977 to 1983. "CHiPs" starred Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox (and later Tom Reilly and Bruce Penhall) as CHP officers "Ponch" and "Jon" (and "Bobby" and "Bruce").

Each week for six years, these officers were shown riding their motorcycles through southern California as they kept the Los Angeles streets and freeways safe for citizens like you and me.

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Ponch's Firebird is pretty hot in "Down Time".

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Phil Bondelli was born December 10, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the director for 22 episodes (more than 15%) throughout all six seasons of "CHiPs". He started out as an assistant director on The Mod Squad and quickly made his way to the director's chair. In addition to "CHiPs", he directed several well known television shows, including The Six Million Dollar Man, Charlie's Angels, Fantasy Island, and T.J. Hooker.

Phil passed away on January 31, 2011 in Mesa, Arizona at age 83. [More...]

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