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Sipowicz and Clark investigate the murder of a sexologist; Ortiz and her new partner, Laura Murphy, question a wealthy woman about her participation in a homeless outreach program and the death of a transient; An unknown prankster targets Sipowicz.
Fish Out of Water. Great Balls of Ire. When a convicted rapist is found shot to death, his victims become suspects in the murder investigation; Sipowicz searches for answers when a stranger targets Theo as he walks home from school.
Divorce, Detective Style. You're Buggin' Me. The Vision Thing. My Dinner with Andy. I Like Ike. A gunman tries to kill a witness after a mistrial is declared in the Simon Kerensky arson case; Jones goes to extremes to stop Craig from adopting Michael.
The 3-H Club. Join us below for a look back at some of the most notable NYPD Blue cast members and discover what they've been up to since turning in their badges.
Prior to busting perps and flirting with a young Amy Brenneman as Det. That last one proved prophetic for Caruso's big-screen career.
His character Lt. Caruso has kept a low profile in recent years, retiring from showbiz when CSI: Miami ended in Though he's forever associated with cantankerous recovering alcoholic Det.
Andy Sipowicz, Franz previously played the equally irritable Lt. Norman Buntz on Bochco's Hill Street Blues and its forgotten fish-out-of-water spinoff Beverly Hills Buntz.
Bochco called on his pal to play lovable grump Sipowicz, a role that would score Franz four Emmys not to mention a memorable nude shower scene we can never unsee.
Following NYPD Blue 's final season in , Franz left showbiz to focus on a quiet life that presumably doesn't involve smacking suspects with phone books and rocking short-sleeved dress shirts with ties.
He resurfaced at the Emmys, reuniting with former costar Jimmy Smits to the delight of fans. Maybe it's time for Netflix to greenlight Sipowicz: The Frickin' Golden Years.
Following David Caruso's departure from the show, Steven Bochco called on his L. Law star Jimmy Smits to join the cast of NYPD Blue in season two.
Fans and critics were initially skeptical of Det. Bobby Simone, who became Sipowicz's partner after Caruso's John Kelly resigned from the force.
But thanks to Smits' strong performance and natural chemistry with Franz, Simone quickly blended into the precinct and remained until the sixth season.
His tragic death from a heart condition made for one of the most moving episodes of the series. Bobby and Diane, who had placed their relationship on hold while she attended AA, resume seeing each other.
Diane begins drinking again when her abusive father beats her mother. Her father is eventually killed, and her mother becomes the prime suspect.
James Martinez and new detective Adrienne Lesniak begin an affair, but Lesniak later breaks it off, because her last relationship with a fellow cop ended disastrously, and tells Medavoy Martinez's partner and the squad gossip that she is gay.
After James is shot, recovers, and returns to work, and Lesniak and he get to know each other, she admits that the story she told Medavoy was a lie.
Martinez later breaks up with her due to her controlling and unpleasant behavior, and Lesniak eventually leaves the squad. Medavoy leaves his wife, recognizing that she is holding him back, but it is too late to save his relationship with Donna, who leaves to take a job with Apple in California.
During the next two seasons, a few minor cast changes are made: Donna is replaced by several PAAs, most notably by Gina Colon played by Lourdes Benedicto , who eventually marries Martinez and is written out; and Det.
Jill Kirkendall played by Andrea Thompson is partnered with Russell. Also during this time, Franz won four Emmy Awards, and both Delaney and Clapp won an Emmy for supporting roles.
Season six is a major turning point for the series, as Smits decided not to renew his contract and left the show. In episode five, "Heart and Souls", just episodes after marrying Russell, Simone dies due to an enlarged heart and a subsequent infection caused by complications from a heart transplant.
Smits was replaced by Rick Schroder , as Det. Danny Sorenson. Two additional critical incidents occur during season six , the heroin overdose death of PAA Dolores Mayo played by Lola Glaudini , and the death of Costas, who is accidentally gunned down by Mayo's distraught father at the trial of the suspect accused in Mayo's death.
Costas's final words to Sipowicz, "Take care of the baby", led to his initial withdrawal from the squad.
Yet, his keen perceptiveness allows him to gain a confession from the suspect in Mayo's death, who had tried to buy his way out of trouble. Furthermore, Sipowicz reaches a level of understanding with PAA John Irvin portrayed by Bill Brochtrup , whose homosexuality had been a stumbling block for Sipowicz in their interactions to that point.
The next two seasons had the continuation of Sipowicz's relationship with Sorenson in whom Sipowicz sees a resemblance to his late son , along with more changes in the squad.
Departing during this time were Kirkendall due to her unknowing involvement in her ex-husband's dirty dealings , Martinez following his promotion to uniformed sergeant , Fancy as squad leader following his promotion to captain , and Russell for a leave of absence to grieve the loss of Simone.
Arriving to replace them are Det. Baldwin Jones played by Henry Simmons , Det. Connie McDowell played by Charlotte Ross , and Lt.
Tony Rodriguez played by Esai Morales. Also arriving in season eight was new full-time ADA Valerie Haywood played by Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon.
At the end of season eight, Sorenson is approached by the owners of a strip club to work for them providing information. Still reeling from Russell's abruptly ending their brief affair, he accepts the offer.
After reporting to Lt. Rodriguez, Sorenson goes undercover, but then turns up missing, after a stripper he was seeing turns up dead in his apartment though not by his doing.
The Sorenson character was written out at the start of season nine , at Schroder's request; he wanted to spend more time with his family.
The fourth and final phase of the show took place over the final four seasons. Season nine initially tied-in with the September 11 terrorist attacks.
In the "Sorenson missing" storyline, continuing from the previous season, a suspect trades immunity for a robbery and shooting in exchange for information on a buried rug in Brooklyn that turns out to contain Sorenson's dead body.
Assisting on the investigation is Officer John Clark, Jr. He is promoted to detective third grade for his heroic actions in the shootout that ended with the death of the hitman who had murdered Danny and an undercover Federal agent; Sipowicz is promoted to detective first grade at the same time.
Fancy had previously recommended Sipowicz for first grade at the same time as Simone for a high-profile case they both worked several years earlier; while Simone was promoted, the negative incidents in his past caused the department to disapprove Sipowicz's promotion.
The newly minted Det. Clark becomes Sipowicz's newest and greenest partner. As had occurred with Simone and Sorenson, initially tension exists between Clark and Sipowicz, largely due to an old feud from years earlier involving Sipowicz and Clark's father, John Clark, Sr.
Joe Spano , an average, by-the-book detective from a low crime precinct, who is enraged that his son chose to join the 15th Precinct to work with Andy.
Season nine also has the introduction of Det. Rita Ortiz played by Jacqueline Obradors. Two other actresses were first cast in roles as young, Latina detectives who were intended to be regular cast members; one was dropped in the pre-filming process over creative differences, and Vanessa Marcil made an appearance as Det.
Carmen Olivera in the Season 9 premiere, with the possibility of becoming a regular cast member. Producers were not convinced about Marcil, and made her character a one-time guest role, then continued casting until they hired Obradors.
Marcil did come back for another one-episode guest spot in Season The remaining four years had a continuing focus on Sipowicz as the main character, as had been the case since Simone's death.
Another unlikely romance developed between Sipowicz and Connie McDowell. This came about due to her ability to stand up to Sipowicz's gruffness, and her tender relationship with Theo played by Austin Majors.
They eventually married, and after adopting McDowell's sister's baby daughter following the sister's murder by her husband, Connie's brother-in-law , had a child of their own.
The McDowell character eventually became an off-screen character in the second half of the 11th season and throughout the final season due to issues between Ross and show executives.
In the final few episodes, the storylines revolved around the impending retirement of Det. Medavoy and Sipowicz's promotion to Sergeant and later assumption of command of the 15th Detective Squad.
The series finale introduced two newly minted young detectives named Quinn and Slovak, who echoed the first days of Irish-American Det.
John Kelly and Polish-American Det. Andy Sipowicz. The series included more nudity and raw language than was common on broadcast television, which resulted in at least 30 of the network's affiliates—mostly in smaller markets—to not run the series when it debuted.
In , L. Brent Bozell III told TIME that the nudity on the series influenced him to establish the Parents Television Council , for which he served as president from to The FCC ruled that the language in the episodes was indecent but decided not to fine ABC, because the episodes aired before a ruling that obscenities would lead to an automatic fine.
According to NYPD Blue: A Final Tribute , a retrospective broadcast aired the same night as the last episode, the controversy was not limited to what was on the screen.
NYPD Blue has won 84 out of award nominations. The series has garnered 84 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, winning 20 of them. Of the 20 wins, the series won the award for Outstanding Drama Series ; Dennis Franz won four times for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series ; Kim Delaney won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series ; Gordon Clapp won for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series ; Shirley Knight and Debra Monk each won for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series and Paris Barclay won twice for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series.
NYPD Blue received 13 TCA Award nominations, winning once for Outstanding Achievement in Drama. NYPD Blue has generally received rave reviews from leading television critics.
All of the sets contain the original master recordings, the original ABC broadcasts, and custom-made credits.
After the release of the fourth season in , Fox announced that they would be reviewing the possibility of further releases, citing the lack of sales.
On October 3, , it was announced that Shout! Factory had acquired the rights to the series in Region 1. They have subsequently released seasons five to 12 on DVD.
In Region 2, Mediumrare acquired the rights to release the remaining eight seasons of the show on DVD in the United Kingdom.
Seasons are available on Hulu the American subscription video on demand service. TV reviewer and author Alan Sepinwall informally began his career by blogging recaps and analyses of NYPD Blue episodes.
The sequel of the series was announced in October The storyline revolves around the murder of Andy Sipowicz, with his son Theo as a uniformed police officer who works to earn promotion to detective while investigating his father's killing.
On May 10, , it was reported that the sequel's pilot would be retooled for a potential midseason pickup. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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