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NYPD Blue 12 Seasons

Season 11
4.9 out of 5 stars (601) IMDb 7.5/10

Drama about the intertwined personal and private lives of New York City police detectives.

Starring:
Dennis Franz, Gordon Clapp

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Season 11

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1. Frickin' Fraker

The detectives investigate the shooting death of a man whose brother is a registered sex offender; and when Captain Fraker's trial gets underway, Sipowicz worries that his own testimony may have harmed the prosecution's case.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 23, 2003

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2. Your Bus, Ted

Sipowicz and Clark investigate the death of a transvestite whom a friend insists was having a relationship with a married man; a surgeon's hand is badly cut during a robbery; and Rodriguez testifies in the Fraker trial.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 30, 2003

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3. Shear Stupidity

The detectives search for clues when a group of perpetrators torture a man for no apparent reason; a woman reports her husband as missing, but Sipowicz and Clark suspect she's not being completely forthcoming; and Fraker testifies in court.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 7, 2003

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4. Porn Free

The detectives investigate the strangulation death of a former porn star; a thirteen-year-old boy holds the key in implicating his father in his mother's murder; and the jury reaches a verdict in the Captain Fraker trial.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 14, 2003

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5. Keeping Abreast

The detectives investigate a strangulation murder that may be tied to one of Diane Russell's cases; Russell consults a doctor when she discovers a lump in her breast; Medavoy and Jones investigate an arson linked to two boys.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 21, 2003

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6. Andy Appleseed

Sipowicz, Russell, and Clark attempt to connect the murder of a young woman to two other killings; Medavoy and Jones investigate the shooting death of a mother whose children feared her.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 28, 2003

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7. It's To Die For

A woman survives the serial killer's attack, and her account prompts the detectives to focus on Carlin, his partner, and a bodyguard; Medavoy and Jones investigate when an off-duty officer kills a man; and McDowell comforts Russell during a biopsy.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: November 4, 2003

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8. And The Wenner Is...

When another woman is murdered by the serial killer, the detectives arrest a suspect... and discover the killer's identity; and expecting a baby, Sipowicz and McDowell decide to get married.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 18, 2003

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9. Only Schmucks Pay Income Tax

Sipowicz and Clark search for two burglars who terrorized a retired cop and his wife; Medavoy and Jones assist an author who wrote a book on how to avoid paying income taxes; and Jones deals with Michael's father.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: November 25, 2003

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10. You Da Bomb

A man armed with a bomb walks into the station house and handcuffs himself to McDowell; unless the detectives release a Russian mobster from jail in one hour, the bomb will detonate.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 10, 2004

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11. Passing The Stone

When a Jewish jewelry-store owner is murdered, the detectives focus their investigation on two suspects: a Caucasian man who converted to Islam, and a rap star whose expensive jewelry turned out to be fake.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 17, 2004

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12. Chatty Chatty Bang Bang

Sipowicz and Clark search for an African-American driver who fled the scene of a hit-and-run accident after unwittingly running over an Italian mobster's young daughter.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 2, 2004

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13. Take My Wife, Please

Sipowicz and Clark investigate the shooting death of a jogger who'd been having an affair with a police officer; and Medavoy and Jones search for answers when the body of a comedy club owner is found in the trunk of a stolen car.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 9, 2004

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14. Colonel Knowledge

A new detective, Stan Hatcher, joins the squad; the detectives investigate a shooting death that Hatcher believes is linked to a dispute between gang members; and a man insists that his young daughter has been kidnapped.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 16, 2004

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15. Old Yeller

The detectives attempt to link a suicide note to a man who kidnapped women off the street and tortured them in his basement; and Medavoy is attracted to a free-spirited elderly woman whose ring was stolen.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 23, 2004

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16. On The Fence

Sipowicz searches for the truth when Hatcher is shot by a man who mistook him for a burglar; and a former pharmacist dies in a flophouse when someone fires a bullet into his room.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 30, 2004

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17. In Goddess We Trussed

After Hatcher's uncle transfers Sipowicz to the morgue, Sipowicz sets out to prove that Hatcher killed his wife by rigging her car with a bomb; and Clark, Medavoy, and Jones investigate the death of a dominatrix.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 6, 2004

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18. The Brothers Grim

When an old murder case is reopened, Sipowicz comes to believe he helped convict an innocent man who served eighteen years in prison; Ortiz and the newest member of the squad, Kelly Ronson, investigate the disappearance of a little girl.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 13, 2004

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19. Peeler? I Hardly Knew Her

Sipowicz and Clark reopen an eighteen-year-old murder case after DNA evidence exonerates the man originally convicted of the crime; a man who survived being shot in the head develops complete amnesia, stymieing Medavoy and Jones' investigation.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 20, 2004

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20. Traylor Trash

Sipowicz and Clark continue tracking down leads as they attempt to solve a rape-homicide case that sent an innocent man to prison for eighteen years.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 27, 2004

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21. What's Your Poison?

As they continue investigating the Cindy Clifton case, Sipowicz and Clark focus on one of her former teachers; a tourist who reports his wife's expensive necklace as stolen is tied to an Internet scam; Michael testifies against his father in court; and Clark searches for Devlin after she flees a hospital.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 4, 2004

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22. Who's Your Daddy?

Sipowicz investigates a murder involving the victim's current husband and ex-husband; a longtime informant gives Ronson information about an illegal gun shipment, but the suspect's father is being followed by the FBI; Jones gets into a fight with Craig after he's acquitted of murder charges; and Sipowicz is the proud father of a baby boy.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 11, 2004

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By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 20, 2015
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The eleventh season of NYPD Blue is filled with high drama, strong plotlines, and great acting. This was the last season for Esai Morales as Lt. Tony Rodriguez. After Capt. Fraker is acquitted of attempted murder, Rodriguez grows embittered with the job and puts in his papers. But not before starting a romance with Det. Rita Ortiz on his way out. Andy and Connie decide to get married after discovering that Connie's pregnant with yet another son for Andy. Before she goes, though, a bomber handcuffs himself to her in the squad room in one of the season's most intense episodes. Baldwin begins a long storyline involving a 13-year-old boy named Michael who witnesses his father Craig kill Michael's mother. After Lt. Rodriguez leaves the squad, none other than loudmouth Eddie Gibson is named the new squad commander. As Andy asks, is it April Fool's Day? This move leads to Eddie bringing in Stan Hatcher as a new detective, which begins another long storyline pitting Stan against Andy in a battle for the squad. Zack Morris, I mean John Clark, continues to develop as a solid detective, despite getting distracted by his new girlfriend, Doctor Jennifer Devlin. This also turns into an extended story, as John finds himself trying to save another loved one from their own demons. And, one of the real highlights of the season, Diane Russell guests in several consecutive episodes! She starts to seem like a part of the squad again around the third episode. It's great seeing her character come back, as they rarely bring anyone back on this show. Even though several key castmembers had left by Season 11, the writers and core of the show kept it alive and well during its last couple years. Season 12 would be the final season, but it was as strong as ever right up to the end. Season 11 proves it one episode after another.
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As I have said in my reviews of other seasons of "NYPD Blue," it is my opinion that this is the finest hour-long television program of any kind ever broadcast on commercial television in the United States. Season 11 is no exception.

Season eleven sees the departure of Lt. Rodriguez after the evil Captain Fraker is inexplicably acquitted of his attempted murder. It sees him being replaced by the quintessentially incompetent Eddie Gibson, who Sipowicz previously arranged to get promoted to Sergeant in anticipation of his retirement (and who inexplicably disappears, along with the interesting detective who replaced the luscious pregnant Charlotte Ross/Connie McDowell, the seemingly lesbian Kelly Ronson, played by Jessalyn Gilsig, following season 11).

It also introduces you to the most evil detective in the whole history of NYPD Blue, Detective Stan Hatcher, who uses his unwitting uncle, the Chief of Personnel, to get Sipowicz transferred to the morgue.

You also see the rapid fall of Sipowicz's partner, Detective John Clark Jr. (Mark-Paul Gosselar), whose bipolar but excruciatingly beautiful and outrageously hot girlfriend, Dr. Jennifer Devlin (Chandra West), commits suicide, which on the heels of the suicide of his father becomes the straw that breaks John's camel's back.

This whole series, season one start to season twelve finish, is a real treat. I LOVE it that Amazon Prime offers it all up for free, in genuinely excellent technical quality.
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An ageless cop show.......since there's 12 seasons, it gets a bit formulaic, but after 10 years, it's still a solid show/ It's also one of the best binge-watching series out there. It has a superb opening theme song (Mike Post). The best line ever delivered in television: Andy's son walks in on Andy's new wife (Charlotte Ross...hotter then hell and naked as a jaybird) preparing to shower. Later, in the squad room, Andy's wife (who's also a cop) tries to engage Andy about how his son is, and asks, "did you take Theo to school?" Andy, dead-panned, responds, "Nope. Took him straight to Hooters.....he insisted."

Main characters get under your skin, and are replaced or die off. You'll be skeptical about whether the replacement character will work, but they all do. Start with the first season if you can, and watch them in order. But if you can't, every episode holds it's own.
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Definitely among the best shows ever. The character development is so patiently constructed - it evolves over a 12 season span. Some elements are not even fully realized until you are deep into the show; many seasons into the shown. This is great script writing at its best; founded on this idea of a patient audience who wants more than instant gratification and a cheap quick but ultimately unsatisfying 'fix.' Instead this show requires you to evolve with the characters. Dennis Franz's portrayal is stand-alone - one of the great character studies of all time. The detective you love to hate; then hate to love, then learn to love. And it takes all 12 seasons to go through that arc. Well worth it.
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Another NYPD Blue Season filled with great plot lines, and some of the funniest episodes of the entire series. After Eddie Gibson takes command of the 15th Detective Squad, he does the Chief of Personnel a favor by hiring his nephew, Stan Hatcher, which is a total debacle, as Hatcher has no business being a cop, as is soon revealed. The way that whole thing unravels, how it nearly brings Andy Sipowicz to ruin...very interesting.

And Eddie Gibson's African Grey Parrot, named "The Colonel" provides some of the funniest episodes, after someone mysteriously teaches the Colonel to repeat the word, douchebag, over and over, at the most inopportune times. Oh boy! My sides still hurt.
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