Perry Mason was my favorite episode on the list and also shared the highest IMDb rating of 8.5 with Northern Exposure. Perry Mason 1.8 The Case of the Crimson Kiss My sister in-law was visiting and I always try to play something special when we sit down so I picked this one. It didn't disappoint with lots of twists and turns and a great performance by the regular cast as well as the guest stars. I always like it when Della gets out of the office with Perry. My wife and I were impressed with her conservative but stylish outfit, she was a very pretty actress in a conservative way without having to call attention to herself. Plot from IMDb 8.5 (191) Fay Allison and her roommate Anita are found unconscious by Fay's aunt, Louise Marlow, who calls her attorney Perry Mason in desperation. In the girls' apartment Perry and Della discover a key that leads them to the body of Carver Clement. Get Smart 1.7 KAOS in CONTROL I'm not sure how Don and Barbara kept a straight face during some of the scenes of this episode, they probably had to redo a lot of them. Barbara Bain Guest stars on this episode right before her Mission Impossible role so this was sort a whimsical warm up for her more serious espionage effort. As Barbara Feldon describes in her introduction, Max figures out who the real double agent is with his encyclopedic knowledge of Captain Kangaroo. Plot from IMDb 7.7 (125) At a conference of some the the most brilliant men on the planet, KAOS plans to hit them with a regression gun. Good Times 2.16 The Nude I haven't watched this show for a long time and this episode was pretty good. The episode features Carl Weathers of Rocky fame as the jealous husband. It's pretty funny watching James try to act not interested while JJ is painting the portrait of their sexy neighbor. The picture quality on this episode was pretty good. Plot from IMDb 7.9 (37) One of the Evanses sexiest neighbors wants JJ to paint a very special picture of her to give to her husband for her birthday. However, Flo puts her foot down when she learns that the woman wants to be painted in the nude. The woman then suggests that instead of a nude that she would be glad to pose in her bathing suit. However, things really get complicated when the woman's husband thinks that she and JJ are having an affair. Now JJ must keep from getting his face pounded before he gets paid for his first commissioned portrait. I Dream of Jeannie 1.7 Anybody Here Seen Jeannie? I absolutely love 60s sitcoms and this is a good one. It's hard to take everything in while watching this show from the subtle references to the clothes styles and furnishings. This episode was especially funny when Jeannie convinces Dr. Bellows that he's loosing it. Plot from IMDb 7.5 (108) Jeannie sabotages Tony's tests prior to his launch because she doesn't want him breaking his tether on a spacewalk and being lost in space. Jake and the Fatman 1.17 I'll Be Seeing You In my opinion this is an underappreciated show. It got it's start as a spin off from a Matlock episode and one of it's episodes served as a back door pilot for Diagnosis Murder. Unlike the other two shows you hardly see it today in reruns. It was actually cancelled after season one but when Magnum ended CBS was left with an expensive lease on an empty Hawaii studio so they brought it back in Hawaii for the duration of the lease. The ratings for the show went up significantly after the move and it continued for a total of five seasons. Plot from IMDb 7.4 (12) A guy who worked for a criminal offers to testify against his boss. McCabe is incredulous because he knows the man is untrustworthy and only thinks of himself. When he takes the stand he has a heart attack, at the hospital, one the criminal's men brings him some money, then kills him. McCabe later discovers he was trying to shake down his boss so that he could leave his daughter an inheritance. Later Jake finds the daughter and asks for her help to get the man who killed her father but she might working her own angle. Northern Exposure 2.1 Goodbye to All That I used to watch this show all the time. It had a great mix of Quirky characters, witty dialog, comedy, and an interesting perspective on social issues. Each episode holds your interest with multiple storylines and this one features a dear John letter to Joel and Shelly's TV addiction. Plot from Wikepedia IMDB rating 8.5 (123) Joel receives a Dear John letter from his fiancee Elaine, who married a retired federal judge. When Holling installs a satellite dish at the bar as a gift for Shelly, she becomes addicted to watching television shows from around the world and buying offerings from home shopping networks. She finally breaks down and has a "confessional" with Chris. Matlock 3.15 The Thief: part 2 As a rule I don't watch shows on tv that I own on DVD but my wife was watching part one on MeTV and we wanted to see the ending so I got the DVD out. Matlock must have set a record for the number of two part episodes but I don't mind it. It allows more space for plot and character development and also provides a lot of movie length episodes for the Sunday night movie. Linda Hansfield helps Tyler on the investigation in this episode so it was probably an audition for the character but they must not have liked it because in season four Clarence Gilyard Jr. (James Trivette Waller Texas Ranger) took over the role as Conrad McMasters. Plot from IMDb 7.5 (42) While trying to recover from the surprise testimony at the end of Part 1, Matlock discovers the true motivation for Linda's actions. as well as discovering the vital clue that leads to the real killer. MacGyver 2.6 Jack of Lies If I was a binge watcher MacGyver would definitely be on my list of binge worthy shows. This episode features Dalton's first appearance. Of the recurring characters featured in this show Dalton was one of the more memorable so much so that he is a regular cast member in the reboot of the show. The action is pretty much non stop and keeps your interest the entire time and includes several of MacGyver's clever uses of everyday items to get out of trouble. I like how at the end they keep you guessing about what happened. Plot from IMDb 7.8 (203) Jack Dalton asks for MacGyver's help in rescuing a botanist in Central America. Once there, MacGyver finds out that the botanist is an old friend. Jake and the Fatman 2.5 Why Can't You Behave? Since the ratings for the show went up significantly after the move to Hawaii I wanted to watch an episode to see how it was different. While the episodes from season one were enjoyable this episode was a notch better. Part of it is the actors seem a little more comfortable and relaxed in their roles. William Conrad is great as the crotchety old guy and Joe Penny is quite good as the savvy detective. As with Magnum and H5O the exterior shots are always nice. The story was good but not that much different from season one, a little bit grittier than Matlock or Diagnosis murder but not excessively so with some very good stunts and action scenes. I've seen a lot of negative comments about the picture quality on Amazon but in my system it looks very good. Plot from IMDb 7.8 (11) McCabe's son whom he hasn't seen because of something he did, comes to see him and McCabe is not ready to forgive him. They then investigate a plane crash and in turns out that it was caused by defective parts. And among the persons involved with the company that sold the parts is McCabe's son.