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NYPD Blue: The Final Season,
This review is from: NYPD Blue: Season 12 (DVD)
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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Initial post: Feb 28, 2010 6:43:46 AM PST
Born to Read says:
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.
Posted on May 18, 2013 2:21:35 PM PDT
Drew A. Nicholson says:
In many ways season 12 of NYPD Blue was the best because it showed Sipowicz becoming fully mature. I have yet to figure out why heck they won't release it! What is sad is that
Bonnie Somerville finally got another show (Golden Boy), but it was cancelled! My wife and I enjoyed it, too. At least we can follow another "blue" show: Blue Bloods!
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In reply to an earlier post on May 18, 2013 5:00:09 PM PDT
Born to Read says:
OMG, Golden Boy was cancelled!!! So sad to hear that. Darn. Anyway, appreciate your comments on the NYPD Blue Season 12. I missed the last episode and l love Bonnie Somerville. So thanks for the reminder that I do have some good TV to watch. Hope this comes out soon.
Posted on Jul 27, 2013 6:13:28 AM PDT
Dorvell T. Stewart says:
The remaining 8 seasons were released in the UK between December of last year and either April or May of this year. You can find them on amazon.co.uk, although you'll need a Region-Free DVD Player to watch them.
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