Friday and Gannon take Stanley home so they can retrieve the stolen items. Stanley’s room is covered in posters and Captain Lightning collectibles. For a fictional one-off character, the art department really went all out. The front door of the house is heard closing and Mrs. Stover calls out to see if Stanley is home. He panics. “OH GOD HOW I WISH I WERE CAPTAIN LIGHTNING,” he says, also wishing for invisibility. He turns away as he starts sobbing. Joe and Bill exchange a glance before Joe puts his hand on Stanley’s shoulder.
Then the worst thing to ever happen on Dragnet happened. Worse than the baby in the bathtub. Worse than the guy eating paint during Blue Boy’s LSD party. When Stanley started sobbing, his face was pressed up against a poster of Captain Lightning. When Joe pulls the young man away, we see that Stanley’s tears lined up EXACTLY where Captain Lightning’s eyes were on the poster. AHHHHHHHHHH. Part of me hopes that Burt Prelutsky, the writer for this episode, started with that image and reverse engineered the episode.
On May 10th, trial was held in Superior Court of California for the county of Los Angeles. The results of that trial: Stanley is under the supervision of LA County Probation for 2 years, with extensive psychiatric care. Sadly, as he stands in front of the gray wall of judgment, Stover is wearing street clothes instead of his stupid costume.
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