NYPD Blue (season 12)

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You see him go inside, you wait. If he's in there for a while, then you write 'im up. If he comes right back out again, you talk to 'im. Tell 'im you're tryin' to keep traffic movin'. If he's a right guy, you be a right guy.

Seasons: 1 2 12 |Main

NYPD Blue (1993–2005) was an American TV show airing on ABC, set in New York City, exploring the internal and external struggles of the fictional 15th precinct of Manhattan. The show was created by Steven Bochco and David Milch and inspired by Milch's relationship with Bill Clark, a former member of the New York City Police Department who eventually became one of the show's producers.

Dress for Success [12.01]

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Fish Out of Water [12.02]

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Great Balls of Fire [12.03]

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Divorce Detective Style [12.04]

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You're Buggin' Me [12.05]

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The Vision Thing [12.06]

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My Dinner With Andy [12.07]

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I Like Ike [12.08]

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Old Man Quiver [12.16]

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Sergeant Sipowicz' Lonely Hearts Club Band [12.17]

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Det. John Clark, Jr.: [Sees Andy in uniform at the crime scene and holds up his badge] All right, step aside! Homicide!
Sgt. Andy Sipowicz: How long you been waiting to say that to me?
Det. John Clark, Jr.: First thing I thought of when I woke up.

[Officer Akins, a rookie at the 15th Precinct, has detained a driver; Andy arrives on scene]
Andy: Whaddya got?
Officer Akins: I'm about to write this guy up for being double-parked. When he comes out of the building he starts in on me. I gave him his warning, I told him he was gettin' outta line; when he wouldn't stop I put the cuffs on him.
Clarence Bell: When I get my turn?
Andy: I'll be right with you. [to Akins] He put his hands on you?
Akins: I think it was headed in that direction.
Andy: But it hadn't happened.
Akins: No.
[Andy goes over to the handcuffed driver]
Andy: Alright, what's your story?
Clarence Bell: I work for the medical lab. I come here every day to pick up the blood samples from the doctor's offices. It takes me thirty seconds. I walk in, I grab the box, and I walk out.
Andy: What'd you say to the officer?
Clarence Bell: I said "I'm tryin' to make a livin'."
Andy: That's it?
Clarence Bell: I tried to show the man respect when I first came out. I told 'im! I got over thirty stops to make, there's no place to park! I don't leave my car but for a minute! But he don't listen. He says, "It's too late." That's when I got mad.
Andy: Alright, step back for a second. [goes back over to Akins] That true what he said?
Akins: Pretty much.
Andy: What do you wanna do here?
Akins: What do you mean?
Andy: I mean do you want to create a situation? This is a workin' man. He's not stickin' nobody up. You're gonna cost him two days' wages with that ticket, and then when he gets mad you're gonna collar 'im?
Akins: Well, what should I have done?
Andy: You see him go inside, you wait. If he's in there for a while, then you write 'im up. If he comes right back out again, you talk to 'im. Tell 'im you're tryin' to keep traffic movin'. If he's a right guy, you be a right guy.
Akins: About how long do I wait while he's in the building?
Andy: [considers] Five minutes.
Akins: Sorry.
Andy: It's the kinda thing you get a feel for after a while.
Akins: What do I do now?
Andy: Give me his summons. [Akins hands it over] Now go over there, take the cuffs of 'im, tell 'im to have a nice day.

Lenny Scissorhands [12.18]

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Bale to the Chief [12.19]

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Moving Day [12.20]

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