Release Date : Mar 27,2001
Language : English
Total Episodes : 260
Episode Description : A body is found in a trunk, which Sipowicz and Sorenson believe might be a message to the members of the Scarpelli crime family, since the car was found in their neighborhood. Russell and McDowell interview a man whose member (penis) was sliced off and later found two blocks away by a woman at an ATM. Fancy gets his promotion to Captain. Sipowicz suspects that Fancy knows who his replacement is, only he doesn't know why Fancy's holding onto the information. He has lunch with Cynthia have lunch and discuss what they may or may not be looking for. They concede to see how it goes. Sipowicz finds out that Fancy's replacement is a female lieutenant from the rat squad. John Irvin knows her from GOAL, Gay Officer's Action League, and he describes her as a real ball-buster. The other detectives search for a suspect in the dismemberment as Sipowicz and Sorenson collar a member of the Marino crime family. Their suspect wants a deal with the US and district attorneys, promising that and h
Series Description : Awards: Won 4 Golden Globes. Another 81 wins & 201 nominations. ,
Series Storyline : The gritty details of life as a member of a New York City police unit. Detectives from NYPD's 15th squad investigate homicides within there precinct. An Emmy award winning series. NYPD Blue is an American television police drama set in New York City, exploring the internal and external struggles of the fictional 15th precinct of Manhattan. Each episode typically intertwined several plots involving an ensemble cast. The show was created by Steven Bochco and David Milch and was inspired by Milch's relationship with Bill Clark, a former member of the New York City Police Department who eventually became one of the show's producers. The series was broadcast on the ABC network from its debut on September 21, 1993‚ and aired its final episode on March 1, 2005. It remains ABC's longest-running primetime one-hour drama series. In 1997, "True Confessions", written by Art Monterastelli and directed by Charles Haid was ranked #36 on TV Guide's 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time. In 2009, TV Guide ranked Hearts and Souls, Jimmy Smits' final episode written by Steven Bochco, David Milch, Bill Clark, and Nicholas Wootton and directed by Paris Barclay, #30 on TV Guide's 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time.