NYPD Blue 12 Seasons 2004

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Season 12
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(161) IMDb 6.4/10
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9. The 3-h Club TV-14 CC

Jones becomes a murder suspect after Michael's father is shot to death; and Ortiz and Murphy investigate a molestation case that might involve a priest; Medavoy gets his hearing in trial court.

Starring:
Dennis Franz, Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
November 30, 2004

The 3-h Club

Season 12
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Still the best cop show ever on TV.
Roger Stokes
Excellent writing, acting, storytelling, and characters.
Connecticut bookworm
I have watched every episode more than once.
Fred Di Francesco

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bill on August 23, 2013
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Itis one of the best Police series of all times. I am a retired police office and know none of them are 100% acurate but this was very good entertainment.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By capecodder on August 20, 2013
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. I watched it when it was on TV originally. The years with Jimmy Smits and Kim Delaney were the best, but overall...great series
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By NYPD Blue Afficionado on March 4, 2009
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The series comes full circle with Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) assuming command of the 15th Detective Squad on the last episode. This season introduces a new Lieutenant (Currie Graham) from the Rat Squad, who, while trying to reform the "rogue squad" to conform to "today's policing," actually comes around to Sipowicz's way of thinking. Also new are Bonnie Somerville as Det. Laura Murphy and Lisa Lackey as ADA Munson.

This set is yet to be released as are seasons 5-11. ABC only ran season 12 once (no reruns) saving the time slot for Blind Justice in the spring of 2005.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Born to Read VINE VOICE on February 28, 2010
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I had to give five stars because a DVD like this would be off the hook!!!
This site professes to have it, but I am not willing to pay $99 because I only missed one episode. I wish TV Land would buy it. This was the second greatest cop show ever on TV, Hill Street Blues being the first and ground-breaking, which all other shows emulate. NYPD Blue was right up there and absolutely the greatest during it's 12-year run and we still mis it. Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue, and Law and Order CI, and Law and Order original. Nothing compares. Nothing will be that unique again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gordon K. Davis on February 5, 2014
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This entire program...all 12 seasons was strangely moving to me. The charavter all had a place in my mind that moved and changed over the years...I could not believe I was sobbing with Bobby Simone passed away. Jimmy Smits...who is that guy.How could I like a TV character like Andy Sipowitz...what a dick..what a sweetheart...Great to watch the evolution of the roles of women from pretty faces and tight sweaters to strong multi demensional characters
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Farina on June 11, 2013
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After 12 seasons, it was getting hard to come up with new angles and to involve relatives of the characters in various difficult situations. We watched them all and enjoyed them The quality of the video improved vastly as HD became the norm. Worth watching.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By thebaldguy on September 6, 2013
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I watched Andy Sipowicz go from obnoxious drunk to great leader in twelve seasons. I missed the show on TV the first time, and ended up experiencing twelve seasons in a couple of months. I'm sad that my daily dose of great drama is done.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Doc Holliday on April 15, 2014
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The whole series has been about the redemption of Sipowicz and this season has put the bookend on the redemption–from drunk to a boss. The acting and writing is superb. I am not sure why people like Bochco (NYPD Blue/Hill Street Blues) and Chris Carter (X Files) can manage to produce enduring art surpassing even Spielberg's attempts at TV, while others write dreck. The amount of character development is phenomenal, long before the end of the series you start caring about them and, in the end, feel almost if you are losing friends. The characters that show up every once in awhile continued to build their legends and remain interesting; I was always glad to see them. The transitions in command kept the show lively, especially in this season with Lt. Bale. (The boss you learn to hate.) The resolution of the Fraker matter was handled brilliantly, with an ending no one could have seen coming. The supporting actors have always done a great job that continued in the final season. Gordon Jump is either a complete idiot who stumbled through the show or a brilliant actor who performed better than anyone, (including the leads), acting like a character stumbling through the show. (I think I am love with Medavoy's new girlfriend, although not as much as I loved Sharon Lawrence as Sylvia Costas.) The only thing missing was an appearance by Sharon Lawrence in the Sylvia Costas role. (Special 'ghost' appearance.) By the end of the season, Sipowicz had become the 'sage' of the precinct and its natural leader. Redemption complete.

In retrospect, the only way the show made it this long was by dumping David Caruso who was really made for procedurals that don't require much range.
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