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  • Series DescriptionTV-14
    Each week viewers see the gritty reality of life in a New York City Police unit as the officers go about their work with a grim determination. Two partners, Detectives Andy Sipowicz and John Kelley (later replaced by Bobby Simone), are the central characters in this weekly police drama, and personify very different approaches to their difficult job. Sipowicz’s brash gruffness (covering an emotional vulnerability) is tempered by the precise and controlled demeanor of the two partners with whom he has worked.


    Tagline: Ride along with the boys in blue.

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    10.13: Bottoms Up

    directed by: Donna Deitch written by: Bill Clark & Greg Plageman Air Date: February 4, 2003

    Andy goes on the warpath to prove that Officer Ed Laughlin set up Clark on the heroin bust from a week ago. Andy checks Laughlin’s old arrests and contacts. He finds out a non-reformed dealer was asked by Laughlin for heroin but declined because he does not trust Old Ed very much. He also meets a punk who offers to lie and save the day, and ends up shoving the punk’s face into a plate of gross-looking barbecue. Ed once again threatens Andy, but Andy’s more confident now and ignores Ed. Andy then gets a break when the cops find a guy who was ripped off for the heroin involved in Clark being arrested. Unfortunately, the guy is terrified of being killed by his boss and an attempt to get Laughlin incriminating himself on tape fails. Clark Jr. meanwhile is visited in prison by now-retired Clark Sr., who seems more angry that his son trusts Andy more than his drunken self to handle the case than that his son has been framed due to Clark Sr.’s stupidity. Clark Sr. begs Andy to help, gets useless information, and Andy tells him he’s a drunk just like Andy is. A broken Clark Sr. asks Andy if it’s his fault his son is in jail, and Andy pointedly refuses to answer him. The light from earlier in the day flickers out when the guy who got ripped off is gunned down on the streets, and Clark Jr. asks Andy how he’s going to beat the case at trial. In the B story, two young women are raped in public parks. They’re both furious at their boyfriends for not comforting them, but Rita and Connie find out the boyfriends were bound and gagged and forced to witness the attacks. They also find, surprisingly, that the rapist—who yelled that he was infecting the girls with HIV—was using a condom during both attacks, and that he took off his stocking mask as well. The boyfriends stop fronting and ID him from photos as an ex-con named Will. Connie tells Will they know his sad story, how he tried to break into an ATM with his car and got 2 years jail time, and once he was inside he ended up being raped by just about every bigger, older prisoner in the entire place. He was left HIV+, carried out the rapes as retaliations and is not sorry about going back to jail and getting more revenge.



    Additional Information (production, filming locations, etc)

    Filming of season one took place in Los Angeles, California and New York City, New York.


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