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* AlphaBitch: In the episode, ''"Cop of the Year"'', Sgt. Enright's wife, Monica Fontaine ''full stop'' long before winding up an AssholeVictim by her own hand... accidentally. In fact, she '''milked it''' by blackmailing every man she'd ever come across, all so she could screw over Enright in one staged "shooting" earlier in the episode.
* BagOfKidnapping: In the episode "The Fine Art of Staying Alive", Sally McMillan is kidnapped this way by two thugs after being knocked out with chloroform.
* TheBusCameBack: John Schuck guest starred in one episode of ''[=McMillan=]'' as Sgt Enright.
* BusCrash: Poor Sally...
* NameAndName
* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'5". Nancy Walker is 4'11".

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* %%* AlphaBitch: In the episode, ''"Cop of the Year"'', Sgt. Enright's wife, Monica Fontaine ''full stop'' long before winding up an AssholeVictim by her own hand... accidentally. In fact, she '''milked it''' by blackmailing every man she'd ever come across, all so she could screw over Enright in one staged "shooting" earlier in the episode.
* %%* BagOfKidnapping: In the episode "The Fine Art of Staying Alive", Sally McMillan is kidnapped this way by two thugs after being knocked out with chloroform.
* %%* TheBusCameBack: John Schuck guest starred in one episode of ''[=McMillan=]'' as Sgt Enright.
* %%* BusCrash: Poor Sally...
* %%* NameAndName
* %%* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'5". Nancy Walker is 4'11".



* PutOnABus: Mildred, Sally and Enright.

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* %%* PutOnABus: Mildred, Sally and Enright.



* WheelProgram: One of the anchors for ''Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie''.

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* %%* WheelProgram: One of the anchors for ''Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie''.


* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'4". Nancy Walker is 4'11".

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* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'4".6'5". Nancy Walker is 4'11".

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* BagOfKidnapping: In the episode "The Fine Art of Staying Alive", Sally McMillan is kidnapped this way by two thugs after being knocked out with chloroform.


A part of the [[WheelProgram rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] & Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Creator/RockHudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).

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A part of the [[WheelProgram rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] & Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Creator/RockHudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), (Creator/SusanSaintJames), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) (Creator/JohnSchuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker).(Creator/NancyWalker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).


* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'4". Susan Saint James is 4'11".

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* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'4". Susan Saint James Nancy Walker is 4'11".

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* OneHeadTaller: Creator/RockHudson is 6'4". Susan Saint James is 4'11".


A part of the [[WheelProgram rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] & Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Rock Hudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).

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A part of the [[WheelProgram rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] & Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Rock Hudson) (Creator/RockHudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).


* AlphaBitch: In the episode, ''"Cop of the Year"'', Sgt. Enright's wife, Monica Fontaine ''full stop'' long before winding up an AssholeVictim by her own hand... accidentally. In fact, she '''milked it''' by blackmailing every man she'd ever come across, all so she could screw over Enright in one staged "shooting" earlier in the episode.



* SuicideNotMurder: The plot of one episode, where the "victim" is trying to frame Enright.

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* SuicideNotMurder: The plot of one episode, ''"Cop of the Year"'', where the "victim" is trying to frame Enright.Enright by his supposedly shooting her in a fit of rage.


A part of the [[WheelProgram rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] and Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Rock Hudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).

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A part of the [[WheelProgram rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] and & Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Rock Hudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).


[[caption-width-right:224:Susan Saint James and Rock Hudson]]

A part of [[WheelProgram NBC's rotating Mystery Movies series]] in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] and Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Rock Hudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).

The series emphasized the [=McMillans'=] marriage with a lighthearted spirit, putting to use Hudson's gift for light comedy (also seen in his sex comedies with Doris Day in the previous decade). Saint James, Schuck and Walker all left the series; the final season (with a name change to ''[=McMillan=]'') followed [=McMillan's=] life as a widower (Sally and their son having died in a plane crash), but the series was cancelled before a full complement of episodes was made.

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[[caption-width-right:224:Susan Saint James and Rock Hudson]]


A part of the [[WheelProgram NBC's rotating rotating]] ''[[Series/TheNBCMysteryMovie NBC Mystery Movies series]] Movie]]'' series in the early 1970s, ''[=McMillan=] and Wife'' followed the adventures of San Francisco Police Commissioner Stewart [=McMillan=] (Rock Hudson) and his wife Sally (Susan Saint James), assisted by his aide Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright (John Schuck) and the [=McMillans'=] shrewd and sharp-tongued housekeeper Mildred (Nancy Walker). The couple's cases were as apt to arise from their personal life as from his professional one (attending a charity event that is robbed, or finding a skeleton in the wall of their house after an earthquake).

The series emphasized the [=McMillans'=] marriage with a lighthearted spirit, putting to use Rock Hudson's gift for light comedy (also seen in his sex comedies with Doris Day in the previous decade). Saint James, Schuck and Walker all left the series; the final season (with a name change to ''[=McMillan=]'') followed [=McMillan's=] life as a widower (Sally and their son having died in a plane crash), but the series was cancelled before a full complement of episodes was made.made.


* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The final episode of the first season featured a ''very'' pregnant Susan St. James as Sally [=McMillan=]. The next season opens with no pregnancy, and no mention of any baby.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The final episode of the first season featured a ''very'' pregnant Susan St. James as Sally [=McMillan=]. The next season opens with no pregnancy, and no mention of any baby. Something similar happens in season 4. This time, the only mention is at the beginning of season 5 when Sally remarks that they will "try again". Otherwise, no mention was made of her pregnancy at all during season 4


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