History Series / NYPDBlue

12th Apr '18 4:15:51 PM fruitstripegum
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* ShowWithinAShow: In one episode the VictimOfTheWeek, private investigator Mike Roberts, has written a bad novel called ''The Cases of Mike Robertini'', and we see a few scenes acted out.


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* ShowWithinAShow: In one episode the VictimOfTheWeek, private investigator Mike Roberts, has written a bad novel called ''The Cases of Mike Robertini'', and we see a few scenes acted out.
12th Apr '18 4:09:42 PM fruitstripegum
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* LyingToThePerp: A technique often used by the detectives when interviewing suspects.


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* LyingToThePerp: A technique often used by the detectives when interviewing suspects.
12th Apr '18 4:08:03 PM fruitstripegum
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* GeodesicCast: Andy and his current partner, Medavoy and his, often a third female duo.



* GeodesicCast: Andy and his current partner, Medavoy and his, often a third female duo.
* TheGreenEyedMonster: Rita Ortiz's husband is jealous to the point of paranoia, even asking Lt. Rodriguez to keep an eye on her (which Rodriguez refuses to do).
* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: One VictimOfTheWeek is a Marine Corps recruiter who is having an affair with his married partner. Though she's married to a recently retired General.

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* GeodesicCast: Andy and his current partner, Medavoy and his, often a third female duo.
* TheGreenEyedMonster:
GreenEyedMonster: Rita Ortiz's husband is jealous to the point of paranoia, even asking Lt. Rodriguez to keep an eye on her (which Rodriguez refuses to do). \n* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: One VictimOfTheWeek is a Marine Corps recruiter who is having an affair with his married partner. Though she's married to a recently retired General.


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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: One VictimOfTheWeek is a Marine Corps recruiter who is having an affair with his married partner. Though she's married to a recently retired General.
2nd Apr '18 9:27:31 AM hullflyer
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** Particularly strange in-story is his complete non-appearance at Sipowicz's wedding. Apparently the writing staff were tempted to [[PutOnABusToHell put John Kelly on a bus to hell]] following the way Caruso had treated them, as a TakeThat to the actor. But ultimately they felt that whatever problems they had to deal with as far as the actor was concerned, the ''character'' of Detective John Kelly deserved more respect than that, so they allowed him to have a dignified departure with no repercusions.

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** Particularly strange in-story is his complete non-appearance at Sipowicz's wedding. Apparently the writing staff were tempted to [[PutOnABusToHell put John Kelly on a bus to hell]] following the way Caruso had treated them, as a TakeThat to the actor. But ultimately they felt that whatever problems they had to deal with as far as the actor was concerned, the ''character'' of Detective John Kelly deserved more respect than that, so they allowed him to have a dignified departure with no repercusions.repercussions.
28th Jan '18 11:28:24 PM nirao01
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''NYPD Blue'' is a CopShow with [[CrimeTimeSoap Soap Opera elements]] that ran on ABC from 1993 to 2005. Originally a star vehicle for David Caruso (who left after the first season to pursue a movie career), the show evolved into an [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters ensemble]], with Det. Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) as the focus character.

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''NYPD Blue'' is a CopShow with [[CrimeTimeSoap Soap Opera elements]] that ran on ABC from 1993 to 2005. Originally a star vehicle for David Caruso (who left after the first season to pursue a movie career), the show evolved into an [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters ensemble]], with Det. Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) (Creator/DennisFranz) as the focus character.
27th Jan '18 11:45:49 PM nirao01
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The show courted controversy from the start with its [[TooSexyForThisTimeSlot liberal use of nudity]] (mostly sideboob and butts, with the occasional steamy love scene) and salty language (one of Sipowicz's first lines is calling A.D.A. Sylvia Costas a "pissy little bitch", and it was one of the first shows to use the word "shit" on network television). The [[MoralGuardians Parents Television Council]] was formed primarily because of this show. It was also noted for resurrecting the careers of those (besides Caruso) who played Andy's partners ([[Series/LALaw Jimmy Smits]], and former child stars [[Series/SilverSpoons Rick Schroder]] and [[Series/SavedByTheBell Mark-Paul Gosselaar]])

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The show courted controversy from the start with its [[TooSexyForThisTimeSlot liberal use of nudity]] (mostly sideboob and butts, with the occasional steamy love scene) and salty language (one of Sipowicz's first lines is calling A.D.A. Sylvia Costas a "pissy little bitch", and it was one of the first shows to use the word "shit" on network television). The [[MoralGuardians Parents Television Council]] was formed primarily because of this show. It was also noted for resurrecting the careers of those (besides Caruso) who played Andy's partners ([[Series/LALaw Jimmy Smits]], (Creator/JimmySmits, and former child stars [[Series/SilverSpoons Rick Schroder]] and [[Series/SavedByTheBell Mark-Paul Gosselaar]])
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* JobTitle: The '''PD''' in the title of this show about cops stands for Police Department.


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* ThePlace: The '''NY''' in the title stands for New York.


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* TeamTitle: The '''PD''' in the title stands for Police Department. One of the show's premise is about the titular cops' dynamics.
23rd Oct '17 11:13:08 PM DrOO7
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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: The main plot of "Roll Out The Barrel" is based on the murder of [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Reyna_Marroquin Reyna Angelica Marroquin]], a crime discovered a few months before the episode aired.
21st Nov '16 5:49:51 AM haloinsider
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* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: The series finale introduces a new pair of detectives, Ray Quinn and Joe Slova, who get assigned to the squad in order to fill the void left by Medavoy retiring and Sipowicz being made squad commander.
7th Aug '16 6:10:43 PM haloinsider
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* AndTheAdventureContinues: Although the final season features Medavoy retiring and Sipowicz being bumped up to the squad leader, the finale plays out pretty much like a regular episode, with new detectives being brought in as members of the staff, cases being explored, and everyone wishing Andy well as he remains at the office to finish up the paperwork for the night. Just another work day, with the implication that this will be the way things go tomorrow, and for a long while afterwards.

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* AndTheAdventureContinues: Although the final season features notable changes, like Medavoy retiring and Sipowicz being bumped up to the squad leader, the finale plays out pretty much like a regular episode, with new detectives being brought in as members of the staff, cases being explored, and everyone wishing Andy well as he remains at the office to finish up the paperwork for the night. Just another work day, with the implication that this will be the way things go tomorrow, and for a long while afterwards.
7th Aug '16 6:10:03 PM haloinsider
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* AndTheAdventureContinues: Although the final season features Medavoy retiring and Sipowicz being bumped up to the squad leader, the finale plays out pretty much like a regular episode, with new detectives being brought in as members of the staff, cases being explored, and everyone wishing Andy well as he remains at the office to finish up the paperwork for the night. Just another work day, with the implication that this will be the way things go tomorrow, and for a long while afterwards.
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