BJ AND THE BEAR

February 10, 1979 - May 9, 1981
NBC Comedic Adventure - 48 Episodes

Cast:

B.J. McKay:   Greg Evigan
Sheriff Lobo:   Claude Akins
Teri Garrison:   Candi Brough
Geri Garrison:   Randi Brough
Angie Cartwright:   Sheila DeWindt
Sheriff Masters:   Richard Deacon
Deputy Higgins:   Otto Felix
Wilhemina 'The Fox' Johnson:   Conchata Ferrell
Captain Rutherford T. Grant:   Murray Hamilton
Samantha:   Barbara Horan
Tommy:   Janet Julian
Stacks:   Judy Landers
Sheriff Cain:   Ed Lauter
Callie:   Linda McCullough
Sergeant Beauregard Wiley:   Slim Pickens
Lt. Jim Steiger:   Eric Server
Bullets:   Joshua Shelley
Deputy Perkins:   Mills Watson
Cindy Grant:   Sherilyn Wolter

B.J. McKay was a good-looking young trucker who traveled
around the country in his big red and white rig, with a
single companion, his pet chimp Bear. Although he logged
a lot of miles, B.J. was based in rural Georgia, where
he was confronted by a succession of corrupt local sheriffs.
Tommy was a lady trucker friend of B.J.'s and Bullets ran
the local hangout, the Country Comfort Truck Stop.

In the second season B.J. had settled down to run a
trucking business in Los Angeles called Bear Enterprises.
For B.J., however, corruption seemed to follow where-
ever he went. His new adversary was Rutherford T. Grant,
a corrupt politician who headed the state Special Crimes
Action Team. Grant was a silent partner in TransCal,
the largest trucking firm in the state, and stopped at
nothing to stamp out potential competition. Because of
Grant's intervention, B.J. found it impossible to get
regular male truck drivers to work for him and he had
to settle for a crew of seven beautiful lady truckers.


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