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  • Right Place Right Time

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    S 4 : Ep 22 - 5/4/09

    Ted explains to his future kids how a series of unrelated events led to a chance encounter with a former girlfriend. Barney makes the 200th notch in his bedpost. Marshall goes overboard when he discovers GNB has a department that can make him charts and graphs.moreless
  • Art Isn't Easy

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    S 4 : Ep 5 - 10/28/07

    Bob and Lee's contemporary water sculpture in their front yard prompts the Wisteria Lane neighborhood association into action, as the women show disdain for the controversial work of art. Determined to keep Katherine from going after her kids' treehouse, Lynette goes up against her in the run for president of the homeowners' association, leaving Susan torn between her best friend and the decision to get rid of the fountain. In the meantime, Bree is shocked to learn her daughter has been staying with Phyllis (guest star Shirley Knight), and Edie begins to worry about how distant Carlos has become. At a hotel, Gabrielle runs into John Rowland (former main castmember Jesse Metcalfe), who realizes he still has feelings for her.moreless
  • Of Ice and Men

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    S 3 : Ep 7 - 11/26/06

    When Francine discovers Stan's secret, decades-old passion for competitive figure skating, she decides to be supportive and becomes his pairs partner until Stan's competitive nature gets the best of him and he ditches her for a new partner. Meanwhile, Steve's classmate Snot finds new respect among his peers when he parades his mail-order bride around the playground.moreless
  • Iced

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    S 3 : Ep 19 - 4/4/06

    Gibbs and the team are called in when a couple of kids stumble upon the body of a missing Marine in a frozen lake. As the NCIS team searches the frozen lake bed for clues, they come across three more bullet-ridden bodies. During the autopsies, Ducky and Gibbs discover that the three additional victims had gang tattoos. With this crucial piece of information, the team works to uncover the Marine's connection with a deadly street gang.moreless
  • Daddy Dearest

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    S 5 : Ep 19 - 3/7/06

    Jim believes that Bill (played by Joseph Bologna), the father of one of Rubys and Gracies classmates is actually his real father that abandoned Jim when he was a child.
  • Alone in a Crowd

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    S 11 : Ep 15 - 2/17/05

    Ellie Shore is a mother of three who has a stroke and cannot speak. While she is treated, we are inside her head, hearing her thoughts. Wendall dumps Carter on their three-month anniversary, since he's clearly still attached to Kem. Neela and Ray treat three kids with a suspicious father. Morris has applied for Chief Resident. Luka and Carter want Pratt for the job, but he's not interested. Dubenko wants to write up a case with Abby, but is he interested in taking her on a date instead? Luka and Sam discuss kids.moreless
  • Great Balls of Ire

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    S 12 : Ep 3 - 10/12/04

    The detectives are on the scene of ex-con Lester Byrd's homicide when Sipowicz receives a call from his wife telling him that Theo didn't arrive at school this morning. Sipowicz leaves the scene and arrives at the school to find that Theo has shown up. He finds out from Theo that he was met by a man who said he was a friend of his dad, the man had a detective shield and exhibited knowledge of recent events in their lives. The man took Theo for a half hour ride. Back at the squad, Bale introduces his new movement log policy and he puts John Irvin in charge. The detectives run the case by Bale. Sipowicz arrives and Bale magnanimously lets him not charge his morning's activity to lost time. Sipowicz asks to be off the case for the day, citing that Jones can work the case with Clark. Sipowicz wants to catch up on his paperwork and Bale allows him to do this, but says that he is not setting a precedent. Theo's guardian Anna comes into the squad and he questions her about what happened this morning. He presses her had, testing her to she if she has any involvement. He winds up bring her to tears, but he now knows that she's not involved. Jones and Clark interview Drew DeRoche about his relationship with Lester Byrd. He tells them about a woman who was making Byrd's parole hard, Hilary Blair. She turns out to be one of Byrd's rape victims. In their case against Byrd, DNA test was made inadmissible when the tests went bad, which significantly reduced his sentence. Sipowicz, who didn't sign the log, finds Hatcher and asks him what he was doing at 8:00 AM. Hatcher denies having anything to do with Theo's morning ride. He tells Sipowicz he is "ready for the rubber room." Sipowicz returns with his old files. He enlists Medavoy's help in running some names from old cases that might have a vendetta against him. Clark and Jones interview Hilary Blair about her connection with Byrd. She shows no remorse for the death of their victim and she tells them the story of Byrd's raping of her. Murphy tracks down a web posting of someone who wanted to kill Lester Byrd. She's contacts the provider, but knows they aren't going to get the user's real name until they get a subpoena. Clark goes talk with Sipowicz, who tells him about Theo's brief kidnapping. Clark wants to help, but John Irvin interrupts, Det. Clark has some visitors. Two of his lady friends from the bar scene, Kelly and Angela, stop by; they want to get the tour of the squad that he promised them. Murphy and Ortiz talk with Eliza Todd about her rape by Lester Byrd and her feelings about their victim. Todd doesn't give them a substantial alibi for her whereabouts in the morning. Sipowicz finds Fraker, who is working in a bar these days, also doesn't know anything about Theo's morning ride. Fraker has an alibi but he reminds him that "what goes around, comes around. Think about it." Medavoy finds a name of someone in one of Sipowicz's old case files, someone who was paroled three years ago and as of two years ago was living in Sipowicz's neighborhood. Murphy finds out from the provider that Eliza Todd made the web posting. Clark and Jones bring her in and interview her about her writing. The postings make reference to a gun, and she tries to keep the detectives from finding the gun she owns. She admits to owning the unregistered gun and tells them where to find it. Bale wants them to prosecute her for the weapons charge, if they can't get her for the murder. Murphy tries to make her case for the woman, when Ortiz interrupts with a lead for them to follow. Murphy is annoyed by her interruption. They go to the bar where Lester Byrd was drinking last night. The bartender tells them that Byrd was there arguing with another man. Jones and Clark interview Steve Pines, who tells them about Drew DeRoche and the hold he has over his nephew Ben's safety in prison. While they wait for Drew DeRoche to return home, Clark and Jones decide to visit Ben Pines for more background on DeRoche. Clark and Jones talk with Ben Pines, who tells them about Drew DeRoche and his relationship with their victim, they were lovers in prison. They go back to confront Drew DeRoche about his relationship with Lester Byrd and eventually breaks down and confesses to the murder. Murphy tries to get Bale to let Eliza Todd off of the weapon's charge. She shows her annoyance with Ortiz for not backing her up. Clark tries to talk to Sipowicz about his problem; he wants to help. Sipowicz tells him that he can't trust him until he gets his head on straight. Bale comes out of his office, angry with Ortiz; because of something she wrote in her 5s on the weapons charge, the DA is not going to be able to pursue their prosecution. Ortiz tells him that she made a mistake. Bale tells her and the other detectives that they are only allowed one mistake, and she has used hers up. Still angry Bale reminds Sipowicz that he didn't see any of the paperwork that was being caught up on. Sipowicz tells him that some personal business came up and Bale replies by telling him today will be charged against lost time. Tomorrow Sipowicz will work cases and get that paperwork done. Murphy likes what Ortiz did for Eliza Todd; she asks Ortiz if they can start their working relationship over. At the Sipowicz home, Theo tells his dad about his nightmare and they talk about the morning's event. Andy tells Theo that the man who took him for a ride this morning was a friend who was playing a joke.moreless
  • Who's Your Daddy?

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    S 11 : Ep 22 - 5/11/04

    John meets Jennifer for breakfast, she appears to be on the road to recovery and he continues to offer her his support. At a crime scene Sipowicz arrives a little out of sorts, earlier that morning Connie gave birth to their son, Matthew Nicholas, 7 lbs. 3 oz. Jones and Medavoy also arrive at the scene, where a woman has been robbed and beaten to death in her apartment. Irma Pacheco, one of Ronson's old contacts from narcotics comes to the squad and tells Ronson and Ortiz some information about a guy she's seeing, Pete Murphy, who is going to be receiving a shipment of arms. Irma wants to know from Ronson what kind of reward she might receive and whether or not it would be enough money for her and Ronson to run off together, a comment which leaves Ortiz speechless. Sipowicz and Clark talk with the dead woman's husband, Andrew Moss. He mentions his wife's ex-husband, Ed Pisarchik, as someone they need to look at. Jones leaves to go to the court; the jury has come back in Craig Woodruff's trial. Special Agent Charlie Marcus comes to the squad and talks with Ronson and Ortiz about Pete Murphy. He tells them about Pete's father, someone they are looking for some possible jewelry heists, but Pete Murphy is still small time. He also tells them that their source, Irma's credibility is questionable. Ronson and Ortiz need to talk to Irma again. The jury comes in and has found that Craig Woodruff is not guilty on all charges, he is free to go. Jones leaves the court discouraged by this turn of events. Ed Pisarchik is brought in for questioning; he highlights his relationship with his ex-wife and her new husband. He didn't want her dead; he still loved her and hoped they could get back together. Ronson and Ortiz talk again with Irma, who tells them that the arms deal was something that Pete Murphy has put together on his own. Ronson still believes in her old contact and plans to get Gibson and the Feds to authorize Irma wearing a wire for her next meeting with Murphy. Michael comes into the squad and tells Jones tells him the result of trial. Michael wonders if he did anything wrong during the trial that got his father acquitted. Jones tells him he did okay; for now they are going to live their lives as before and not worry about the fact that his father is out on the street. A strange man caught using one of Leslie Moss's credit cards is questioned by Sipowicz and Clark. John Irvin interrupts the interview to tell Clark that Jennifer Devlin called but she was slurring her speech so he didn't fully understand her message. Ronson, Ortiz and others are listening in as Irma wears a wire during her meeting with Pete Murphy. When Irma isn't as loose as she normally is with him, Murphy becomes suspicious and finds the wire. The detectives rush into the scene, but find no evidence of the pair. Clark gets to Devlin's apartment and finds her body lying on the floor. Andrew Moss is brought back in and Sipowicz is going to question him when the news comes into the squad about Jennifer Devlin's suicide and the fact that Clark has gone missing. Sipowicz questions Moss about his recent calls to a divorce attorney and the other relationships he's had with his secretaries. Moss wants to get out of there, but Sipowicz tells him he's not leaving until they get things sorted out. Ronson and Ortiz interview Pete Murphy's father to see if they can discover his whereabouts. Joe Murphy tells them his rules about dealing with cops, but he relents and gives the location of his old body shop. Ronson and Ortiz go to the scene (without backup?) where they find Pete Murphy holding a gun and a knife on Irma. They talk him into giving himself up. In the meantime, Sipowicz talks with Ed Pisarchik and his son about him and his mother's relationship with her new husband. He tells them that his new step-father wasn't around much, but when asked if he knew Andrew Moss was around the house this morning the boy doesn't respond with an answer. Sipowicz gets a call and goes to a bar where Clark has gotten into a fight with someone. Sipowicz tries to offer Clark some assistance, but Clark prefers instead to go for a walk on his own. Something at the Pisarchik house interview didn't sit right with Sipowicz, so he asks Medavoy to get the father to come into the squad, while he goes to the house to talk to the son alone. Jones leaves the squad because a call has come in that there is a problem at Michael's school. Medavoy offers to come along, but as has been the case with these Michael related activities, Jones prefers to go it alone. At the Pisarchik house, Sipowicz gets the boy to tell him what he had done recently that could have made his father angry with his mother. He says that she wanted him to call Andrew Moss "dad" and two weeks ago his did that in front of his real father. Jones finds Craig Woodruff enjoying that cold beer that Jones once told him he would never have again. They go outside to discuss the situation further and Jones offers Woodruff a chance to fight him without the protection of his badge. After it appears as though Woodruff is not going to fight him, Jones turns away allowing Woodruff to land a cheap shot, but Jones counters and quickly puts him down. Back at the squad, Sipowicz interviews Pisarchik about the "dad" situation. Pisarchik tells him that her having his son call the other man "dad" took the only thing he had left away from him and that's what caused him to lose it and hit his ex-wife with a baseball bat. Ortiz and Ronson report that Pete Murphy has given up all the information related to the gun deal and that Irma is getting stitched up at Bellevue. John Irvin tells Sipowicz that no one has heard anything from Clark. Sipowicz is leaving to go to see Connie at the hospital, but before he leaves he talks with Jones about the injury to his face. He advises Jones to watch his relationship with Craig Woodruff and that he should take steps to protect himself in case Woodruff tries to file a complaint against him. Jones suggests that Sipowicz keep tabs on his situation. At the Sipowicz household, Andy talks with Theo about his upcoming responsibilities as a big brother. He sends Theo off to get ready for bed when there is a knock at the door. John Clark has come over to apologize for his behavior this afternoon. Andy doesn't want him to leave, but John tells him he needs to keep on moving. After he leaves Andy goes to Theo's room to read him a story.moreless
  • You Da Bomb

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    S 11 : Ep 10 - 2/10/04

    John and the good doctor have renewed their intimate relationship, but something is wrong; her medication isn't letting her feel anything. She decides that for his benefit they need to end their relationship. The detectives are on the scene of a homicide that looks like a mob hit. The building superintendent (a poet) has a lot of detail for the detectives, including the license plate number of the vehicle driven by Russians. Following up, Sipowicz and Clark go to the address where the car was registered. They find a man, Ilya Antropov, knocking on a nearby door and determine that the door they were at was the door he was really intending on knocking on. They bring him in for questioning and decide to hold him in a cell until they can check out his story about being a busboy. McDowell is planning to go to the doctor for her first ultra-sound. Sipowicz and Clark go to talk the woman, a renowned photographer that their victim worked for. The photographer recently had taken photos of convicts and perhaps one of them may have done her a favor. She decides they need to talk to her attorney. Ilya Antropov story checks out and he can be let go. A man, Brad Cutshall, comes up into the squad room; he wants to file a report regarding constant break-ins to his car. McDowell gets ready to take his statement and he handcuffs himself to her. He tells everyone that he is wired with a bomb. The people who attached the bomb to him (and are holding his daughter) are demanding the release of Ilya Antropov. With the bomb up in the Squad room the precinct is full of activity in the lobby. Sipowicz and Clark go and talk with Antropov and he denies knowing anything about Cutshall. He does tell them that back in Russia he was once leader of a loyal group of rebels, but that group is now scattered and he doesn't know how to contact them. McDowell starts talking with Cutshall and manages to get him to give her is cell phone number. Cutshall's phone rings and they now have one hour to let Antropov go or the bomb will be detonated. Clark remembers that Antropov said something in Russian to an old man when they were leaving that building. They decide they need to bring that man in for questioning. Back at their original crime scene, Medavoy and Ortiz do some follow-up questioning and find out a tenant that had a dead cat nailed to her door. They talk with Katie Driscoll and find out that her father had been living with her for the last few weeks. They ask her to contact her dad. Meanwhile back at the squad, McDowell talks with Cutshall trying to gather further information. Sipowicz asks Rodriguez why they can't just let Antropov go, they were going to do it this morning anyway. Rodriguez tells him the brass doesn't want to negotiate. They find out that Cutshall has gambling debts. Perhaps he owes money to the Russians? Cutshall says no. The old man that Antropov talked to earlier that morning is brought in and he eventually tells the detectives that Antropov is someone he is more afraid of than the police. Sipowicz and Clark go back to Antropov's cell and Sipowicz tries to "convince" him to call off this bomb. Katie Driscoll brings her dad to the precinct where he doesn't recognize a photo of Antropov. They decide to keep pursuing every possible lead. A dumpster blows up outside the precinct. Sipowicz goes upstairs and McDowell insists that he go back downstairs. Cutshall gets another call on his cell phone that says that the next bomb is theirs. The FBI arrives, but they have nothing on Antropov. A background check of Katie Driscoll's father reveals that he has a record for crack possession. Clark goes to see Driscoll and gets him to confess the name of his Russian dealer, where he works out of and that he is in debt to the Russians for $50,000. The pieces begin to fall together; Antropov is really a big hitter that came to US under an assumed named. Sipowicz decides on a plan of action. He needs to get Cutshall's phone so that Antropov can make the call he needs to make. Sipowicz has brought Antropov's son to the cell. Sipowicz threatens that he will bring Antropov's son upstairs and cuff him to the bomb. Antropov calls the bomb off and after it has been removed from Cutshall everyone can breathe a sigh of relief. Cutshall is reunited with his daughter and everyone can go home for the evening. At the Sipowicz home, Theo only concern for the day is that he needs to get a new baseball mitt and shoes. A short while later Connie breaks down when the impact of the day's events finally hit her.moreless
  • And the Wenner Is...

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    S 11 : Ep 8 - 11/18/03

    McDowell and Sipowicz go into Rodriguez's office and tell him about her pregnancy. Of course she'll be assigned to desk duty from this point forward. Back in the squad room, they let the others know that their wedding is back on and Sipowicz asks John Irvin to perform a simple service at their apartment at 8 o'clock that evening. The reality of the job sets back in when a call comes in for another "Time Bar" homicide; McDowell citing the stomach flu stays behind while the other detectives leave for the scene. They meet up with Jones and Medavoy who are already on the scene. The crime scene is very familiar and the victim was a nurse at the hospital where Dr. Devlin works, Clark plans to follow up with her about the nurse. Sipowicz suggest that Russell should go and deal with what she needs to deal with; she tells him that she would prefer to keep working. Back at the squad, McDowell runs a theory past the others that the perpetrator might be an impersonator, since none of the crime scenes involved forced entry. One name comes up that might be worth looking into, Raymond Gerson. Dr. Devlin drops by the squad to answer Clark's message, she didn't know the victim. She apologizes again for her recent behavior and tells him that she is back on her medication. Sipowicz and Clark go to find Raymond Gerson and a neighbor informs them the man they want to talk to is a detective, who carries a gun. On their stakeout, waiting for the return of "Det." Gerson, Sipowicz tells Clark about McDowell's condition. Gerson returns and the detectives easily collar him for questioning. Gerson makes a lot of noise when entering the precinct and Rodriguez suggests to Sipowicz that he sit the interview out, since Rodriguez was just in the process of telling the Inspector that they are going by the book on this investigation. Gerson tries to tell Clark and Russell that he is a frustrated actor whose been faking he's a cop to entertain his sick nephew. McDowell goes to talk with Russell, who is still awaiting the results of her tests. They talk about that, the upcoming wedding and Russell tells McDowell that she knows she's pregnant. Clark and Russell go back at Gerson hard when his stories haven't checked out. Gerson doesn't give them anything and they can only sit and wait until Lucy Wenner comes in for a lineup to possibly ID him. Lucy Wenner looks at the lineup and doesn't recognize anyone. Gerson isn't their man. Lucy Wenner is beside herself when she realizes the detectives aren't making any headway. In doing some cross checking, Ortiz finds that Gerson had a friend who's been a known sex-offender. Sipowicz realizes they need to go back at Gerson hard to find out his friend. Clark assures him that he's got the interview covered. Gerson confirms for them that his friend might just be their man. To let her see a photo of Gerson's friend McDowell tries to contact Lucy Wenner, only she hasn't returned home yet and no one seems to know where she is. Lucy Wenner hasn't returned home yet when Russell, Clark and Sipowicz arrive at her apartment. They are let into her apartment by the super, but they break into her bedroom when they find that door locked and Russell has one of those feelings. What they find in the bedroom is evidence that points to Lucy Wenner as being their prime suspect in the "Time Bar" murders. The detectives find the addresses of two other possible victims. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell go to the home of one of those possible victims; they find that victim is entertaining a visit from Lucy Wenner, who was posing as a charity worker. They subdue Lucy Wenner and look into her briefcase and find all the tools of her recent trade. The detectives try to understand why Lucy Wenner has committed these crimes. She cites that she is getting back at Jimmy Carlin for once calling her a "no tit pig." Rodriguez is ready to celebrate the closing of the case with a trip to the local bar, but is reminded that another event is to he held that evening. He declines the invitation to attend, so that he might be able to maintain his ability to deny knowledge of the relationship, but he offers his detectives best wishes nonetheless. Before she makes it to the wedding, Russell goes to the Time Bar to tell the ever grateful Carlin about the outcome of the case. It seems that Lucy Wenner got what she wanted; Carlin has had to go out of business. When she is leaving the bar, she gets the call she has been waiting for all day. Andy tells Theo about his duties as best man. John Irvin is nervous about his upcoming duty. Diane arrives and passes along her news to Andy and Connie, her test results are negative. With everyone present the ceremony begins. John Irvin tries to read from his script, but after he flubs the first couple of lines, he decides to speak from the heart and joins the two in the bonds of holy matrimony.moreless
  • Yo, Adrian

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    S 10 : Ep 21 - 5/13/03

    Sipowicz (with McDowell watching) works with the lawyer on his testimony in the custody hearing that is going to be held later in the day. The other detectives are on the scene of a woman who was murdered in her own apartment. A neighbor, who had heard some commotion going on in that apartment gives them the name of the victim's boyfriend. Meanwhile, Sipowicz meets with Diane Russell, who is now working in the special victims unit. He tells her about their suspicion that Adrian Caffee was made pregnant by her father when she was a teenager. Sipowicz believes with her experience Russell might be able to talk with Caffee and Russell agrees to try helping out. Clark and Ortiz interview the boyfriend of their victim, whose name is Stan. He tells them his girlfriend was doing her brother-in-law, which is one of the reasons why she was his ex-girlfriend. He appears to be shocked when they tell him about her death, and he gives them an alibi to confirm. He claims to have been returning from Atlantic City early this morning with his father. Jones and Medavoy talk with the victim's brother-in-law. He tells him that he only use his sister-in-law's apartment for an affair with his assistant. He would then help her out with her rent. More evidence turns up that ex-boyfriend Stan owes some people some money and they haven't yet been able to reach Stan's father to confirm the alibi. Sipowicz tells McDowell about his reaching out to Diane Russell, which gives McDowell some reason to hope. Stan is brought back in and Clark and Ortiz talk with him about his gambling problem. They ask him about the $10,000 he borrowed from her last week. He tells them in that case it was a business loan. Russell goes to Adrian Caffee's apartment and she tells her about the abuse she suffered from her father when she was growing up. When she sees signs that Adrian Caffee is drinking to help her with her issues, Russell tells he that her abuse led to her drinking problem. Stan's father shows up at squad and begins making a scene at the same time that Sipowicz receives a call from Russell that she talked to Caffee but wasn't sure how much good it was going to do. It all results in Sipowicz going into the bathroom and venting his anger with all that is going on. Sipowicz believes that McDowell is going to lose the custody battle for Michelle and they are going to go through him to do it. Jones and Medavoy interview the ex-boyfriend's father. He tells them he met the victim and gave her the $10,000 that she claimed his son owed her to keep her quiet about a bad check. They are convinced the Stan's father isn't responsible for the murder; however, rather than go right back at Stan, the decision is made to take Sipowicz and Rodriguez's advice to gather some more background on Stan. They decide to start with the loan shark Stan had recently made some frequent calls to. Sipowicz consults his magic 8 ball about an unspoken question (Perhaps it was will this day work out for the best?), but his facial features give no clear indication as to what answer he's received. The loan shark is brought in for questioning and he eventually Clark and Ortiz that Stan paid him the money he owed him today, plus some additional money for more bets. The total is $10,000. He also tells them that Stan has $60,000 in markers all around the city. Adrian Caffee comes to Russell's office. She tells Russell that she is reluctant to testify as she is worried about the effect it will have on her current family. Russell tells her that if she doesn't start trying to stop living the lie now, it will eventually catch up to her. Russell knows that she has actually come here to testify, and she willing to help her get the help she needs to get her through this. Clark and Ortiz go to Stan's apartment to confront him and tell him his father is looking good for the murder. They question Stan, but he is only interested in the score of the game. The detectives run their case by Haywood, but they don't really have enough to charge Stan with murder. Sipowicz suggests that before they let Stan go, they remind him that with the $60,000 he still owes other loan sharks, he is probably about to written off. Clark lets Stan out of the pokey, and then reminds him that he needs to watch his back out on the street. Clark tries to make a Stan a deal, which Stan refuses. At family court, Sipowicz is on the stand and is not performing well under the questioning of Colohan's attorney. Then Russell brings Adrian Caffee into the courtroom and suddenly John Colohan is more than prepared drop their petition. Russell offers to help Adrian with initial support she is going to need to get on the road to recovery. John and Jennifer have dinner together at John's apartment. They get into a discussion about the excessive force that is sometime used by police officers. This leads to a fight and John shows her the door and she begins to leave. She comes back in to make one more point and they kiss and then some. At the Sipowicz/McDowell household, the family is celebrating along with Diane. Andy tells Diane that he owes her one. She tells him it was payback for something she owed him from long ago. Now the decks are clear. After Diane leaves and Michelle is put to bed, Andy and Connie start to discuss the possibility of marriage; that is they start to until Theo comes in looking for a storyteller.moreless
  • Meet the Grandparents

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    S 10 : Ep 19 - 4/29/03

    Connie prepares for the hearing that will let her obtain custodial rights to Michelle. She mentions the fact that the question of home status came, that is "not being married." Andy wonders if that is something they should talk about, but thinks again and changes the subject. The detectives respond to scene of the death of an African man (the third in 6 months). One of the other residents of the building exchanges a few words with Sipowicz. No one at the scene is cooperative, except a uniform at the scene who tries to help out to much. They get into the victim's apartment, where they find his wife screaming and bleeding from her arm. At the hospital the detectives find out the status of the victim, she will be able to leave the hospital and come down to the squad for questioning. Clark is caught flirting with the attractive doctor who is caring for victim's wife. Both Ortiz and Sipowicz are witness to this event. Clark seems oblivious to the fact that anything happened. Jones talks with Haywood about her stalker, as she hasn't had any hang up calls or heard from him in any other way. McDowell asks Haywood about the family court judge, who Haywood calls a straight shooter. McDowell and Ortiz talk with a waitress who tells them she is being stalked by a doctor for the past two weeks. They agree to have a talk with the doctor. Sipowicz goes into Rodriguez's office to talk about his need for some help getting a waiver for a friend who wants to move in with a co-worker. Rodriguez, who has not been blind to his detective's activities, is well aware of the situation of Sipowicz's friend but he agrees to help. At family court, McDowell and Sipowicz are surprised by the appearance of the parents of Frank Colohan. They are petitioning the court to take custody of the granddaughter Michelle. Back at the squad, the others help McDowell and Sipowicz make sense of what happened at family court. Attempts are made to contact Haywood, who's tied up in court. Medavoy suggest that they try contact the grandparents on their own. McDowell is willing to talk with them, even if their lawyer is present. The wife of the dead African man is brought into the squad, where Sipowicz and Clark begin to interview her, once they discover she actually can speak English. They ask her about the victim's brother, his activities and where they might find him. McDowell and Ortiz bring in Dr. Hale, who tells them that the waitress was one of his patients, and that he is a psychiatrist. Since the waitress had stopped seeing him, the doctor decided to go her workplace and check up on her. Clark gets a call from Dr. Devlin. Sipowicz and Clark have the victim's brother in for questioning and come to realize that despite his background, he hasn't done anything that would have put his brother's life in danger. Haywood tells McDowell and Sipowicz that the grandparent's lawyer is sharp and they need to be prepared for the fight. At another crime scene, one block from the morning's shooting, Sipowicz sees the body of the man he had words with at the scene that morning. No one at this crime scene seems anymore willing to help the detectives. Rodriguez leaves for the deputy commissioner's office to help start the waiver process, but before he leaves he tells the Sipowicz and Clark about a boy that their latest victim was trying to find since the morning's shooting. McDowell and Ortiz go to the visit the waitress at her restaurant, where they tell her what the doctor told them. One of the other waitresses confirms her story. Medavoy and Jones interview the 16-year-old boy named Josh from a white gang who tries to act like a streetwise punk. He isn't very convincing, even when he cops to the crime of shooting the African man. They convince him that he shouldn't outright cop to the crime, since as a 16-year-old he isn't the minor that he thinks he is. He changes his story and tells him that he was a witness to the crime that's only intent was to score points in their gang. He gives them the name of his accomplice. McDowell and Ortiz go to Dr. Hale's office and discover that the man they met earlier is not the doctor they are meeting now. They find out the man they met earlier is one of Dr. Hale's former patients and was dangerous in the past. Ortiz calls the restaurant and finds out the waitress left for home ten minutes earlier. McDowell and Ortiz meet Jones and Medavoy at the waitress's apartment, where they find the "doctor" is trying to help his patient. Sipowicz and Clark interview the other gang member, who cops to the crime so that he can score more points. Josh cops to his end of the crime and Sipowicz tells him this is his only break. Just as Sipowicz is in the midst of berating Josh's mother about not being aware of her son's activities, the Colohans and their attorney arrive at the squad. McDowell and Sipowicz meet with the Colohans and their attorney in the coffee room. McDowell tries to reason with the grandparents, the attorney is only interested in a deal. The battle begins as the grandparent's air what they know of Sipowicz (alcoholic) and McDowell's (child out of wedlock) past. Sipowicz warns them that they better be "perfect." The detective squad decides to start looking into the past of the Colohans for themselves. They have four days before their next appearance in family court. Rodriguez takes a call that Haywood was attacked in the hallway of her building. At the hospital Jones talks with her, Haywood didn't see anything, but it doesn't stop Jones from leaving right away and going to the apartment of Jerry Wells. Jones arrives with plans to get even for what he believes Wells did to Haywood. Unfortunately for Jones, Wells is at his apartment with his mother and his nieces and he claims he's been there all day. Jones has no choice but to leave the scene, when there is the threat of a video camera is made. At the Sipowicz/McDowell household, Andy and Connie strategize about their defense. He offers to marry her if need be, he also offers to leave if removing his baggage will help their case. Connie won't stand for the breaking up of their family.moreless
  • Marine Life

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    S 10 : Ep 18 - 4/15/03

    The morning after their breakup and Clark and Ortiz are on the scene of a homicide and there is a hint of tension. Aware of what has transpired, Sipowicz tells McDowell that it is just a matter of time before it hits the fan between Clark and Ortiz. The homicide the detectives have caught involves a victim who was bludgeoned to death. The murder weapon is still at the scene and contains one good fingerprint. Back at the squad they run the case for Rodriguez. Sipowicz gets a call from Theo's teacher, who refers to McDowell as Mrs. Sipowicz, something which appears to make Sipowicz uncomfortable. Jones and Medavoy are sent to the scene of an assault, once the get there the victim (a Russian woman) claims that she is okay and doesn't want to press charges. The woman's husband, Roy Pardee arrives on the scene. Sipowicz and Clark arrive at the office of Carla Whitford, a woman who was doing business with their victim. Sipowicz plays the answering machine message she left for their victim. She tells them the victim was gay and is "a grade A prick." Jones and Medavoy talk with Roy Pardee and he tells him that he really doesn't know anything about his wife's personal life, she is very secretive. After discussing the case, Rita reminds John about the naïveté of the concept of remaining friends during the short term. At the criminal courts building, Haywood tries to keep a jury convicted drug dealer Jerry Wells from being released on bail (the only witness against him has recanted his testimony). The judge lets Wells go, but as he prepares to leave, he makes a comment to Haywood about there being no hard feelings and he winks at her as he leaves the courtroom. McDowell and Ortiz talk with Justin Tangier who they've found is using their victim's credit card. He tells them that he was using the in conjunction with his band that the victim was backing. He gives them the name Remy Blanchard as his alibi. Jones and Medavoy talk with their victim's co-worker, whom they've been told that he is more than friends with. He tells them about that the relationship that their victim has with her husband Roy Pardee. Blanchard confirms Justin's alibi; but the fingerprint on the murder weapon gives the detectives the name of an AWOL Marine named Russell Stokes, whom another witness says was seen with Blanchard. Sipowicz and Clark go the apartment of Remy Blanchard and they get him to admit knowing Stokes. They get Blanchard to place a call to Stokes and have him return to the apartment. When Stokes returns, Sipowicz and Clark take him into custody. Jones and Medavoy reinterview Roy Pardee about his wife. They tell him they also know about his previous marriage to another mail order bride, who mysteriously disappeared a few years earlier. Sipowicz and Clark bring Stokes into the precinct. Before they can get him to the pokey room for questioning, John Irvin has a chance to see him and recognizes something in him that he had gone through 15 years earlier, which is being gay and coming to grips with it. Stokes is brought into the pokey room and gives them his story, which is that Justin had brought him to the victim's apartment and that he woke up with the murder weapon in his hand. When confronted with being outed, Stokes tries to position himself as being able to commit to the crime. He tells them that they need to talk to Justin. John Irvin has witnessed their interview of Stokes. Jones and Medavoy run their case by Rodriguez as Haywood arrives. She is there to talk with Jones about the creepy feeling she got from Jerry Wells earlier in the day. He gets Wells information from her and tells her that he will take care of it. McDowell and Ortiz go back at Justin. He only admits to making a phone call, which set the meeting up between Stokes and the victim. Sipowicz and Clark talk with Haywood about their case with Stokes. They plan to go back at Stokes, when John Irvin confesses to Sipowicz that he watched their interview of Stokes. He hears what John Irvin has to say about Randall Stokes, it makes Sipowicz decide that they need to go back at Remy Blanchard. They get him to admit to concocting a story with Justin and they bring him to the pokey to confront Justin. Justin gives them the story of what happened. Jones and Medavoy interview Pardee's brother, who they suspect may have assisted his brother in beating his current wife and getting rid of his first wife. Using his FBI lie detection technique, Medavoy get Pardee's brother (who is slow of mind) to confess to his crimes. The brother confesses that he alone had killed his brother's first wife and beat his current wife, since both women were just using his brother. Sipowicz and Clark come down to Stokes cell and tell them about Justin copping to the murder. John Irvin comes into Stokes' cell and talk with him about the issues he perceives that Stokes is facing, just to let him know that there is help available out there. Jones and Medavoy take Roy Pardee out to where they've found that his brother has buried the body of his first wife. Later, Jones goes to the apartment of Jerry Wells and lays down the law for him regarding Haywood. Andy and Connie attend Theo's performance, where plays the letter "Z." They meet his teacher and clarify the relationship issue, but the discussion gives Andy pause for thought.moreless
  • Nude Awakening

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    S 10 : Ep 16 - 2/25/03

    Theo walks into bathroom on Connie, who's naked and getting ready to take a shower. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. arrive at crime scene, with Clark Jr. commenting to Sipowicz that he hasn't been able to get in contact with his father. At the crime scene, the detectives encounter Julian Pisano, the snitch who led them to finding Sorenson's body. Julian was shot in the arm, but heard his shooter also cry out in pain. Sipowicz asks him to go alphabetically through the list of people who would want to see him killed. He tells them about "The Dentist" a man he may have recently screwed over in a deal. They tell him to go to the hospital and stay there. Back at the squad, McDowell tells Ortiz about her encounter with Theo, which John Irvin overhears. McDowell asks Sipowicz how Theo was when he dropped him off at school. Sipowicz tells her that Theo insisted that he be dropped off at Hooters. Jones and Medavoy interview "The Dentist" who tells them about the bad deal he had with Julian, but denies wanting to kill him over it. McDowell and Ortiz respond to the scene of a robbery where a woman was conned out of $100 and insists on talking to a detective. The woman is insistent on having the detectives look into her case. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with Julian in the pokey room; he'd already left the hospital, despite them asking to stay. He tells them he was out trying to find information. He tells them about a man at the place where he wife used to work. That man had made some inappropriate comments regarding Julian's wife and his subsequent confrontation of that man, may have led that man to hire someone to kill him. A man comes into the squad telling the detectives that he caught the morning's shooting on videotape. He'll give it to him, as long as he can retain exclusive rights to the tape. The woman, whose case that McDowell and Ortiz are working, comes in with more information for the detectives. They take the woman up to anti-crime to look at mug shots. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with the man, who they have on the videotape shooting Julian. He tells them that after he fired his gun, his back locked up on him. He also tells them that he was hired by Julian's wife and her lover to kill him. Rodriguez talks with McDowell and Ortiz about the status of their case; it seems their complainant has raised the profile of the case up to the Chief of Detectives. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. tell Julian about his wife and her lover's plot to kill him. He doesn't believe it. They try to get him to calm down enough to help them with their plan to capture his wife on tape confessing to setup the hit. At their complainant's apartment, McDowell and Ortiz find out about her from her neighbor. She had lost her son to a drunk driver, three weeks earlier. The detectives plan to fake Julian's death, so they can use the photos when they meet with his wife later. Jones and Medavoy are going to take Julian to an alley, where they will meet Sipowicz and Clark Jr., but first Clark Jr. wants to stop by his father's home to see if he can find out why his father has been out of touch. At his father's home he and Sipowicz find that his father has apparently committed suicide. Clark Jr. is shocked at this turn of events; Sipowicz calls it in and then looks around for cleaning supplies for the gun. Sipowicz talks to the 45 Supervisor and seems to convince him that the death was accidental, that it occurring during the cleaning of Clark Sr.'s gun. Ortiz arrives at the scene. Sipowicz comes back to the squad, pissed off about what Clark Sr.'s actions may have done to his son. John Irvin asks if there was a note, Sipowicz emphasizes the fact it was an accidental shooting. Sipowicz joins a cold Jones and Medavoy in the alley and tells them about Clark Jr.'s father and finds out that Julian is no longer with them. Sipowicz knows where to find Julian and does. He talks him out of shooting him; he gets him back to the alley where they stage his death. Back at the late John Clark Sr.'s home, Rita tries to help John deal with his father's death. The detectives prepare to capture Julian's wife on tape. Haywood tells them what she needs to hear on the tape to make sure Julian's wife and her lover go down for the crime. She also hears about the gun cleaning accident. Sipowicz meets with Julian's wife and shows him the pictures. He gets the money from her and gets her to confess to the crime and implicate her lover as well. Julian whose been listening in with Jones and Medavoy takes great delight in showing his wife that he is still alive after the detectives collar her. Back at the squad, Julian thanks the detectives for helping him out. The woman that McDowell and Ortiz were working with earlier in the day arrives at the precinct. McDowell asks the others for $20, so that she can give the woman the money and tell her that the perp ran off. Medavoy asks if they can do anything else to help sell her and she suggests one of them act as the boyfriend of the perp, who can then give her the money back. Julian Pisano, who is still in the squad room, volunteers as a token of his thanks. McDowell brings the woman into the room, where Julian acts instead as the perp's husband. The woman accepts the money and then gets off her chest was has been on her mind, likely since her son's tragic death. Julian in turns gets emotional when he talks about his wife's actions. John and Rita arrive at his apartment, and they find an envelope with his name on it outside of his door. The envelope contains a videotape, which John watches in his apartment alone. On the videotape, his father tells him that he is proud of what his son has become tells him that life without his late wife just hasn't felt right. He tells his son that his job with him is done and that he knows what he is going to do is wrong, but now he just wants to be at peace with his wife.moreless
  • Tranny Get Your Gun

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    S 10 : Ep 15 - 2/18/03

    The tension that has been building between Andy and Connie almost comes to a head after the babysitter has to cancel and Andy can't stay behind to watch the baby until the replace arrives. They exchange a few words with ends with Andy saying he is leaving. Theo, who must have overheard some of their discussion, asks his father if he will be coming back, after all he said he was leaving. Andy tells him he will never leave him as Connie watches the pair leave their home together. Sipowicz arrives late to the crime scene where Clark Jr., Medavoy and Jones are beginning to investigate the death of an 18-year-old Pakistani woman. McDowell arrives to the squad late, citing babysitter problems, which she assures Sipowicz are taken care of. A man, Gordon Dillit, and his wife come in to report that he was mugged and his wife's antique watch was stolen. As he is still in a good mood from the morning's events, Sipowicz says the man is a "hen pecked slob." Jones and Medavoy interview the man who might be the father of their victim and he confirms for them that it is his daughter. Medavoy notes that the man doesn't seem to be affected in anyway by his daughter's death. Ortiz and McDowell are on the scene of the death of a "tranny pros" named "Lana" where Sipowicz and Clark Jr. join them. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk to the hotel manager and he gives them a license plate number to check; but Sipowicz's conduct at the scene, that is in the questioning of the manager and his interaction with his fellow detectives this morning, especially McDowell, leave much too be desired. Jones and Medavoy are off to visit the boyfriend of their victim, as the other detectives return to the squad. They report to Rodriguez that they got a hit off the license plate, it belonged Dillit, the man they saw earlier that morning. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. have a conversation with Dillit. They inform his that the prostitute was a transvestite. Dillit tells them that not long after he and the prostitute had set a price, another man entered the room and held him at knife point, planning to keep him until midnight, when he could get Dillit to use his ATM card again. He tells them that he got out of the room, when the prostitute and the man with the knife got into a fight. When he came in to report the missing watch, he didn't want his wife to know about the prostitute. Jones and Medavoy talk with their victim's boyfriend who tells them he doesn't know where she is. When they inform her that she is dead, his reaction isn't such that makes them suspicious of him, but they ask him to stick around until they check out his story. The detectives are bringing Rodriguez up to speed on their case when a woman comes into the squad asking to speak to someone about the Yusuf murder case. Jones and Medavoy talk with the woman who says she is the victim's cousin and she tells them that the she overheard her uncle tell her father that he killed his daughter as an "honor killing." They ask for her further cooperation, but promise to keep her out of it, if at all possible. John Irvin passes a message on to Sipowicz from Clark Jr. about their case. Sipowicz asks him how he likes living in his new apartment, telling him that he's heard rumors they are cracking down on cohabitating detectives. John Irvin tells Sipowicz that he doesn't want to tell him how to live his life, but he think about giving his current situation some time to work itself out. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk to Randy, the man that "Lana" had made several phone calls to the night before. This man picks up the fact the "Lana" is dead and tells them Gordon Dillit did it. He denies running a "Murphy Game" on Dillit and claims that when he came in, Dillit ran out covered in blood. Jones and Medavoy talk with their victim's father again, only this time as a suspect. The father denies killing his daughter, but he does admit to telling people that he killed his daughter, in order to get respect back in his community. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. run their case by Haywood, but they are still waiting for McDowell and Ortiz to bring in the woman that Dillet claimed he ran by when exiting the building. McDowell and Ortiz bring in and talk with "Monika" who tells them she saw a man leave the place with blood on his pants; she also says she saw the man who looked out for "Lana." Jones and Medavoy canvas the area where a knife was found that may have been used in their victim's murder. They encounter a crazy homeless man, who tells them about someone named "Derrick," but they also find their victim's wallet amongst the homeless man's possessions. Back at the squad, Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go to have another conversation with Dillit; they tell him that they know he is homophobe. They tell him about the "Monika" backing up Randy's story; they suggest that if he wants to get out from under this, he'd better give them permission to search his clothes. Jones and Medavoy tell Rodriguez about the outcome of their case, the boyfriend and the father are both going to be let go and the homeless man charged. The detectives find more evidence that points toward Randy as "Lana"'s killer, he had a past history with "Monika" and also was seen pawning the watch earlier this morning. With this new evidence in hand, Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go back at Randy. With evidence mounting against him, Randy confesses the truth. As the boyfriend and father are leaving the precinct, the father realizes that his daughter's death was his fault, as he wasn't strong enough to make her behave like a "proper woman." Back upstairs, McDowell gets ready to leave, but Sipowicz tells her he will be another hour, maybe more. After she leaves, Clark Jr. tells him the 5s can wait, but the problem he is avoiding isn't going to go away, he inevitably has to face it. Dillit comes upstairs and is able to retrieve his wife's watch, he comments to Sipowicz that sitting in the cell today made him realize how precious his relationship with his wife is. And finally John Irvin passes onto to Sipowicz the name of great florist who does wonderful things with "Gerber Daisies." At the Sipowicz/McDowell household, with daisies in hand, Andy returns home, where Connie has made them a nice dinner. They decide that they have been fighting about nothing that really matters. They agree to start over again.moreless
  • Arrested Development

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    S 10 : Ep 12 - 1/14/03

    At the Sipowicz/McDowell household all is not right with the world as Theo has wet the bed for the 3rd night in a row and Andy hasn't made the time to pick up the detergent to get the sheets clean from the previous events. The baby is colicky and crying and tensions are mounting as Andy's pager goes off. With the morning off to a great start, Sipowicz and McDowell arrive late to the scene where the other detectives are starting to investigate the death of a woman found bludgeoned to death in her kitchen. Back at the squad, Rodriguez is back from his ex-wife's funeral. Jones and Medavoy are out on a different case where they encounter the relaxed on the job Officer Ed Laughlin. Their victim is dead in his SUV filled with picnic supplies. The homeless man who found the body offers them no help. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview the husband of their victim, who can account for all of his time; except for the 4 hours he was sleeping (he and his wife have separate beds). He does give them information on the illegal immigrant that was doing some tile work for them. Jones and Medavoy in the meantime are interviewing a man named Omar Givens, whose business card was found in their victim's SUV. He tells them about the last time he saw their victim, after a barbeque held the previous day. He tells them the victim was his hero and he would have done anything for anyone. He can't see how anyone would want to hurt him. Jones is suspicious of Givens who's been somewhat nervous throughout their interview of him. They let him go for now and pursue some additional leads. McDowell and Ortiz bring the illegal immigrant tile worker in for questioning. McDowell and Ortiz interview the tile man, who admits to having a fight with the victim over the work he had for her. He tells them that he walked away from the job. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview their victim's son, who also points at the tile man. He tells them his father couldn't have done it and his own relationship with his mother was normal. Other evidence comes in that point toward the victim's husband as having motive. Sipowicz tells Clark Jr. about Theo's bed-wetting problem. Jones and Medavoy interview the woman who their victim was supposed to meet. She tells them about their victim's cousin who had recently got out of prison. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go to office of their victim's husband to confront him about the domestic disturbance calls that were filed on his address. He lawyers up and the two detectives return to the squad. Sipowicz tosses his notebook to McDowell so that she can look up the number of fiancée of the victim's son, indicating he still has some tension about the morning's events. In the coffee room, to help explain Theo's bedwetting problem, Medavoy tells him the story about how he used to take a dump on the front lawn when his younger brother was first born. They return to the main room to find two men in suits going to Rodriguez's office. Sipowicz suspects the "rat squad." Clark Jr. is asked to join them in the office and then they accompany him outside the building to the parking lot where he unlocks his car for them. A search of the car reveals a quantity of heroin found underneath the driver's seat. With that evidence in hand, Clark Jr. is arrested. Back upstairs everyone is trying to get Clark Jr. some representation, but Rodriguez tells them that business must still be carried on when one of Jones and Medavoy's suspects is brought in. Sipowicz goes downstairs and has a confrontation with Laughlin, who he suspects of having set Clark Jr. up. Jones and Medavoy interview the cousin of their victim, who in Jones' opinion attitude and alibi suck. Medavoy remembers the name of a defense attorney that tore him apart on the stand and recommends him for Clark Jr.'s defense. The ME report on their victim gives Jones and Medavoy a good lead on who they need to reinterview for their case. The fiancée arrives at the squad for her talk with McDowell and Ortiz. They way she handles her fiancé raises some eyebrows. The fiancée describes her future mother-in-law as the "c" word. She also describes her fiancé's relationship with his mother as too close. At IAB, Clark Jr. is being interrogated and realizes it isn't going to go well when Fraker enters the room. He tries to point them into looking at Laughlin for setting him up, they don't seem to listen and only want a urine sample from him. Sipowicz re-interviews the victim's son and his frustrations of the day help him to get a confession. The report comes back from the lab that Clark Jr. was in "possession" of 4 ounces of heroin, which Haywood tells them is Class A felony. As a result, Clark Jr. has been moved to a holding cell. Sipowicz is going to see Clark Jr. and he makes a promise to McDowell that he will stop and get some detergent on the way home. Rather than get into it McDowell tells him to not worry about the detergent and to go help Clark Jr. who she knows he is worried about, and she is too. Jones and Medavoy reinterview Givens, who eventually tells them about the stupid argument about cake that lead to their victim's death. Rita is with John in his cell as Andy arrives and she agrees to go tell John's father about the day's event. Andy and John strategize about how they are going to prove Laughlin is behind. Andy leaves and John is now alone in his cell for the night.moreless
  • Healthy McDowell Movement

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    S 10 : Ep 10 - 12/10/02

    The Sipowicz's have moved out of their apartment and Andy has sublet it to John Irvin, which will allow him to keep his same address with the department and avoid any "jackpots" with him and Connie living together. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. are at the scene of a vandalized apartment, where the victim is the father of the perpetrator, a schizophrenic. He doesn't want to press charges, but he'd like them to find his son Michael. McDowell and Ortiz get diverted to help out Jones and Medavoy, but before she leaves McDowell talks with Sipowicz about the layout of their apartment. Sipowicz is not giving up his fish and when he looks for some sympathy from Clark Jr., who's been strangely quiet this morning, he doesn't get any. Back at the squad, Rodriguez is trying to get hold of his ex-wife, who missed her breakfast appointment with him. Sipowicz confronts Clark Jr. about his lack of support and Clark Jr. tells him about his father and IAB. Sipowicz tells him they'll talk to Martens to see what they can do to get this worked out. Jones and Medavoy, and McDowell and Ortiz are on the scene of a homicide, where a woman was murdered in her apartment and a burnt videotape might hold a key to the crime. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. find Michael, the schizophrenic son, and bring him in. Rodriguez stops by Angela's apartment, to find her recovering from a night of booze and cocaine. He tells her that he's done, but she pleads with him for his help in getting straight. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with Michael, advising him of what will happen if he causes trouble for his father again. Near the end of their discussion with him, he says the phrase "she can't breathe;" they don't know what he means by it, he tells them it's a line from a song. The parents of the murdered woman come into the squad. They disclose to McDowell and Ortiz that their daughter was adopted and seemed predisposed to a life that will lead to trouble. When they both find out that she's dead, the mother is starting to have a breakdown, while the father wonders why they are asking them questions. Rodriguez reports that the lab has retrieved a frame from the videotape of the victim naked on her bed, the lab is trying to restore more frames. The Michael's father comes into the squad, reporting that his son had just attacked him. They tell him that they will find Michael and try to get him some help. Martens from IAB stops to by to talk to Sipowicz and Clark Jr. and from him they find out that the only way his dad might get out from underneath is to retire, right away. Despite the fact he doesn't like Laughlin, Clark Jr. asks Martens if there is anything that can be done to reinstate him. Jones and Medavoy interview the dead women's therapist, who does tell them that her patient was seeing an older man who was providing for her. Clark Jr. tells his father what he needs to do get out of his situation; he's made an appointment for his father to put his retirement papers in, tomorrow morning at 9:00 AM. Tony tells Angela that he's made arrangements for her to move into a clean living program. She tells him she will go and he tells her will take her there tonight. Photos from the videotape arrive, revealing the victim having sex with someone who'll become their prime suspect when they bring him in. Meanwhile, a woman who knows Michael comes in to talk with the detectives and perhaps give them a lead on finding him. She confirms with them that she has heard Michael say the phrase "she can't breathe." Rodriguez breaks into the interview to tell them that Michael was picked up vandalize his father's home again. Jones and Medavoy start their interview with their prime suspect, the victim's adopted father, who they show a photo of him having relations with his adopted daughter. His response is to lawyer up and stop talking. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. retrieve Michael and bring him back to the precinct. McDowell and Ortiz talk their prime suspect's doctor, who because of confidentiality will not give them anything. With the father and his doctor not talking, Rodriguez suggests that they have a talk with their suspect's wife, to see if she knows about the relationship and if that will give them anything further to work with. As the prime suspect's doctor is leaving, Sipowicz asks if he cares enough to help them with talking to Michael, who the detectives can't seem to get through to. The doctor agrees to help and with the two detectives they get Michael to indicate what he means by the phrase "she can't breathe." They realize that Michael witnessed his father smothering his mother to death, many years earlier. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. bring in Michael's dad to talk with him about the suffocation. Something he did to help relieve his wife from the pain of the terminal cancer she was battling. They tell him that they will talk to the DA to see what they can do, since they have to charge him with murder. McDowell and Ortiz talk with their prime suspect's wife about his relationship with her daughter. The woman breaks down when they tell they know about the phone calls to her from her daughter from the night before. She tells them her daughter showed her the videotape this morning and she struck her, not intending to kill her. Haywood listens to the detectives' information on Michael and his father and agrees that they should be able to work something out. Clark Jr. announces that his father is retiring and there will be a small gathering later that evening for those who are interested. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. (along with Michael's father) try to explain to him what his father did for his mother. Michael doesn't seem to get it right away, until he responds with a "she can breathe now." Tony stops at Angela's apartment to pick her up for her trip to rehab, but he doesn't find her there and she's not answering her cell phone. At the McDowell/Sipowicz residence, the boys are trying to move in; but Theo still isn't comfortable with the new arrangement.moreless
  • Half-Ashed

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    S 10 : Ep 9 - 11/26/02

    Sipowicz and Clark Jr. are on the scene of the death of a caseworker in child services, it's not clear whether she committed suicide or was the victim of foul play. The uniforms on the scene and back at the house have copped an attitude towards the detectives; it seems that those officers who had admitted to their relations with the auxiliary cop are going to be questioned by IAB. Both Sipowicz and Clark Jr. deny to them that they contacted IAB. With murder a possibility, the detectives receive the dead caseworker's files to begin sorting through. An old member of the squad's widow, Ruth Dwyer comes in to talk with Sipowicz about her husband's last wish, which was to have half of his ashes buried or spread somewhere at the 15th squad. He agrees to try and help her out after he runs it by the boss. Rodriquez isn't comfortable with the notion and plans to run it by building services and in the meantime, Sipowicz is going to talk to Eddie Gibson, who might better remember Dwyer because Sipowicz doesn't. Medavoy and Jones start one of the many interviews of parents who were dissatisfied with the caseworker, as she had their child (or children) removed from their home. This first parent, whose behavior they don't like, surprises them by telling them that he and his wife regained custody of their children, despite the victim. They later contemplate with Haywood whether they can do anything about that situation. Andrew Taylor comes to talk with Rodriguez about his relationship with his ex-wife, Angela, which of course is also Rodriguez's ex-wife. Taylor tells him about his missing BMW and how he believes that she stole it recently for her cocaine habit. McDowell and Ortiz talk with another disgruntled parent, this one is HIV positive, as is her daughter. Medavoy and Jones talked with another disgruntled parent and he wants a lawyer to make sure the system doesn't railroad him again. The case files are depressing to the detectives. Rodriguez reports that building maintenance will not allow the ashes to be spread at the squad, due to health code violations. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. encounter Laughlin in the lobby on their way out to pick up a disgruntled parent who hasn't returned their calls. Laughlin makes accusations which Sipowicz denies and tells him and the uniforms they had nothing to gain from it and if there are anymore comments, they will be taking it outside. McDowell and Ortiz talk to a father, Richard Webb, whose liberated sexual values had gotten his son taken away. This man shows no remorse, but a little smirk when he hears about the caseworker's death. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. have their talk with a man who they were waiting for the call back from. The detectives are only a quarter of the way through the files and everyone seems like a suspect. Dwyer's widow returns to find out if anything can be done with her husband's ashes. They regret to inform her that they can't do anything at the squad; Sipowicz offers an alternative that the widow rejects. McDowell and Ortiz talk with yet another disgruntled parent. The ME rules against suicide for the caseworker, Sipowicz finds out that the gun used was part of a shipment of guns that ATF is trying to track down. ATF tells them the name of a bartender that they can question. Martens from IAB stops by the squad and the detectives want to know where the uniforms got the idea that they ratted them out. Martens' denies that is was any of the cops that flipped, which only means it was an informant. Medavoy and Jones talk with another disgruntled parent, but this one has bipolar disorder, which makes for an interesting interview. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with bartender about ATF and the guns. The bartender wants them to show him the videotape. They get off on the wrong foot, but when they start over he relents and picks out a photo of the "idiot" he sold one of the stolen guns to the week before. Eddie Gibson shows up at the squad and Sipowicz fills him in on Paul Dwyer. Gibson tells them that Dwyer saved his life; he feels that they need to do right by Dwyer. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with their prime suspect, Richard Webb, who eventually tells them that he was the vessel that facilitated the victim's karma. Haywood tells the detectives that there is little they can do about that first father they interviewed; she was only able to ask that he be watched. The detectives are preparing to go home, when building maintenance shows up to fix a plumbing in the bathroom, Sipowicz gets on the phone to Dwyer's widow, while John Irvin goes to take of Theo. Tony talks with Angela about his encounter with her ex, the car and whether or not she is still using. She says it is not his car and she denies using; she's been in rehab, she does counseling and she's clean. At the Clark Sr. residence, John stops by to talk with father about IAB and the uniforms. He knows that his father is the only one that he told the story to; his father breaks down and confesses that he is the one that informed IAB. He tells of their threats against his pension and his son's career, he had to give IAB something. John wonders what they are going to do now. The widow Dwyer, Sipowicz and the maintenance man make sure that Paul Dwyer is a permanent part of the 15th squad. His ashes are mixed in the cement used in the bathroom tile.moreless
  • Below the Belt

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    S 10 : Ep 8 - 11/19/02

    Angela comes into Tony's office and tells she does want something after all; she wants him to take a look a spot on her inner thigh where she thinks she was injured on the subway this morning. As his office isn't the right place for that sort of activity, he takes her into the observation room for a look and then some. At the scene of a homicide where the detectives have all gathered, one of the uniforms recognizes the victim as one of the precinct's auxiliary cops, her name is Heather Peterson, who is 17-years-old. At the squad they report in on what they know so far and start to go through Heather's affects. McDowell and Ortiz are sent out to a firebombing of car. The owner of the car and his sister isn't very forthcoming with useful information. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview their victim's last known boyfriend, who she had an order of protection against. He consents to search of things, which turns up nothing for the detectives. Haywood talks with Jones about her grandmother who she believes is getting involved in a phone scam. Her grandmother doesn't want any help from her; in fact she threatens to stop to speaking to her if she does. Jones agrees to look into it for her. McDowell and Ortiz can't find anything to go with what their firebomb victims told them, then a call comes in about a stabbing, where the victim is located just across the street from the firebombed car they looked into earlier. Medavoy reports that Heather's diary contains the names and contact information for numerous uniforms within the precinct. They also realize that the girl's diary records her encounters with other officers in the precinct. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview the captain of the auxiliary unit Heather was assigned to. They produce the girl's diary and talk with him about his relationship with her, and also suggest to him that he step down from his post. McDowell and Ortiz arrive at the scene and encounter a stabbing victim who isn't very forthcoming with information about who stabbed him or who may have provided him with the beating he was subjected to. Jones meets with Haywood's grandmother and finds out that she has in fact been the victim of a phone scam. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with Shannon, who admits to having relations with Heather, and later Laughlin, who won't admit to having any relationship with her, since he doesn't trust the detectives. He tells them where he was, but won't admit to any relationship with the girl, not without his delegate and lawyer present. Even though they have just returned to the squad, McDowell and Ortiz are sent back down to the street of the firebombing, where shots have been reported fired. They encounter the brother and sister from the morning's firebombing, who don't have anything useful information to offer them here either. As an end result, the pair is taken back to the precinct for questioning. Medavoy interviews Craig Rall, a man whose car was seen near the scene of Heather's death. Jones starts questioning the man who'd been calling Haywood's grandmother, who is initially in denial of the scam, but changes his story when he finds out that his victim's granddaughter is in the DA's office. He doesn't have all the money, since he's been using it to pay gambling debts, but will return what he has left. After questioning Rall and looking into the contents of his car and finding nothing there, it is decided to let him go. Laughlin returns to the squad, and decides to tell Sipowicz and Clark Jr. about a man he knew was hassling Heather. It turns out to be the man that Medavoy just released to the street, Craig Rall. With Rall's address in hand and annoyed with Laughlin's reluctance to come forward sooner, Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go after him. McDowell and Ortiz talk with the brother and find out that he's been getting into it with their stabbing victim, because he believed that his sister was rape by that man. They talk with the sister, who tells them that she let her brother believe that, as she didn't want him to know the truth. The girl is anxious to get home, as she knows that her father is about to return and since he won't know what the truth is, he make matters worse for the stabbing victim. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. arrive at Rall's apartment, and after a shot is fired and Rall is wounded they get him to tell them what went on (or rather didn't go on) between him and Heather. McDowell and Ortiz get back to the firebomb street in time to talk the girl's father out of doing additional harm to their stabbing victim. Haywood finds out what Jones did for her grandmother; for his effort she offers him dinner sometime. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. have a follow up conversation with Laughlin, telling him that he isn't any good for the job and he should think about getting out of police work in the next two days, otherwise they are going to get IAB involved in his relationship with Heather. Tony has dinner with Angela and they decide to take it slow. John finds his father at the usual bar/restaurant where he will eventually tell his father about the day's events with the uniforms and the auxiliary cop and how they were able to keep IAB out of it. John also finds out from the bartender that his father's been drinking there heavily every night. After a hard game of "Hungry, Hungry Hippo," Andy and Connie talk with Theo about the possibility of their moving in with Connie and the baby. Theo likes his bedroom just where it is, Andy figures it will just take a little time.moreless
  • Das Boots

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    S 10 : Ep 7 - 11/12/02

    Theo tells his father that he misses having Connie around. Andy tells him that Connie has other responsibilities with the new baby but they will get to see her again, eventually. At the squad McDowell is on the phone checking on the baby (again) when they are called out to the scene of homicide in a vacant lot. The victim is a woman that Sipowicz believes is a hooker, based on her wardrobe; but her ID indicates she was a fashion student. Meanwhile, Jones and Medavoy are on the scene of another homicide where a woman was killed in her apartment building's laundry room. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview a friend of their student victim, who is offended when they imply her friend may have been prostituting herself. Rodriguez meets his ex-wife for lunch; she is interested in making amends with him for her past indiscretions with drug use that led to their breakup. Rodriguez is wary of their meeting, feeling that she just wants something from him; he's not ready to go through it all again.

    Jones and Medavoy report to Rodriguez on the current status of their case, when a reverend comes to the squad on behalf of one of her parishioners, someone that she knows they wish to talk to. The man is wary of the police, because of past encounters. The reverend gets them to promise that they will treat him fairly. The body of another victim is found in the vacant lot, her body was missed in the morning's visit to the crime scene; this victim is a real prostitute. Jones and Medavoy talk to the building maintenance guy, a person people in the building think of as a lothario. He as much admits to his reputation, but mentions that their victim is someone he wouldn't have messed with, as she has an intimidating boyfriend. The latest victim from the vacant lot had cell phone which gives the detectives some leads to look into, one call was made to another prostitute and another incoming and outgoing call was made to/from Reed Jacobson. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. talk with Jacobson about his whereabouts and activities the previous evening. McDowell and Ortiz talk with the dead prostitute's friend who puts their victim in the location of where Jacobson lived. McDowell and Sipowicz talk about Theo, the baby and everything that is going on. Sipowicz asks her to let him and Theo into her life to help her out. With all that is going on, McDowell doesn't need that dumped on top of her as well. She leaves the room.

    McDowell and Ortiz talk with Jacobson, but he sees through their questioning and gives them nothing. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. decide to visit Jacobson's place of employment to find out more about Jacobson's recent meltdown on the job. Jones and Medavoy finally get to talk to the man they've been interested in seeing; he only tells them that the victim was tutoring him. Their suspect is nervous being in the police station and isn't very forthcoming with any information. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. meet a co-worker of Jacobson and she fills them in on Jacobson's behavior at work. Jones and Medavoy tell Rodriguez about their lack of success with their suspect, but they decide to take another run at him, trying to use the reverend to their advantage. Rodriguez's ex-wife stops by the squad to give him his dad's old money clip; she also leaves him her phone number. Jones and Medavoy go back at their suspect and use the reverend to get him to admit to committing the crime after blacking out, something he'd admitted to doing in the past. Afterwards the reverend gets the impression that she may have been used by the detectives. The student victim's friend brings her laptop into the squad, which her friend had used to visit the websites of several escort services, admitting to the detectives (Sipowicz in particular) that they were right about her friend.

    Jones and Medavoy lay their case out to Haywood, when Rodriguez tells them the ME reports that the blood from under the fingernails of their victim comes back as a type different from that of their primary suspect. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go back at Jacobson, with their knowledge of Internet transactions with the call girl victims. Sipowicz tells them that they will find the chink is armor. Clark Jr. mentions the co-worker. Jones and Medavoy reinterview the lothario, and go back at him hard with they find wounds on him that they victim left. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. get Jacobson's co-worker to help them get Jacobson to confess to his crimes. She does, and it is enough to put him over the edge and confess. Jones and Medavoy offer an apology to their original suspect and the reverend comes in reminds them (Jones and Medavoy) of their promise to treat him fairly. Tony decides to meet his ex-wife for dinner and she takes him to show him a vacant apartment, where they reignite the passion of their past relationship. Connie brings the baby by the Sipowicz home and while Theo is holding the baby, Connie and Andy discuss the possibility of moving in together.moreless
  • Meat Me in the Park

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    S 10 : Ep 4 - 10/15/02

    Sipowicz and Clark Jr. arrive on the scene at a park, where a 5-year-old girl has gone missing, when her father thought that the girl was being watched while he went to the bathroom. Back at the squad, the detectives are gathering the facts they know about the girl, when her mother, who's just come back from out of town, arrives wondering what they are doing to find her daughter. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview the nanny, whom the father thought was watching his daughter when he stepped away. She mentions a street artist in the park that the kids are fond of; Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go to the park to interview him. The other detectives respond to the scene of a homicide, where the pregnant victim was dragged behind the car she was pushed out of off. The victim is revealed to be the former girlfriend of a NBA prospect. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview the artist, who tells them that the missing girl's father has even left the girl in his care in the past. Back at the squad they decide they are going to look into the father, after they talk with the missing girl's friend. McDowell gets a call from a uniform officer, regarding her sister's involvement in domestic dispute. McDowell goes to the scene, where her sister has locked herself in the bathroom. When she gets her to open the door, she has her brother-in-law arrested. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview the little girl, who tells them about an ice cream truck. Jones and Medavoy interview the NBA prospect about his ex-girlfriend; he denies any knowledge of her death. Ortiz finds out that the NBA prospect's cell phone made calls to his manager, before and after his ex-girlfriend's murder. McDowell returns with her sister and then tries to get her sister to see what the reality of the situation with her husband. Jones and Medavoy interview the NBA prospect's "manager." While interviewing an ice cream vendor at the park, Clark Jr. spots some suspicious activity around the men's bathroom. They uncover a hangout for homosexual activity, which they suspect the missing girl's father may have been participating in. Back at the squad, Sipowicz and Clark Jr. wait for the father to arrive, while Jones and Medavoy find out that another of the manager's prospect's car was used in the homicide. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. confront the missing girl's father about his activities in the bathroom and how it impeded their investigation when Ortiz tells them that they have a line of an ice cream vendor with a prior history of molestation. Jones and Medavoy interview the driver of the car in her homicide, and he tells them what the manager did to the girl. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. manage to get useful information out the ice cream vendor driver which leads to the recovery of the girl and the arrest of man keeping her captive. Jones and Medavoy go back at the manager, who claims that the NBA prospect made him do it. At the hospital, the little girl's mother accuse the detectives of wasting time talking to her husband about their finances, when Sipowicz tells her what her husband was doing when his daughter was kidnapped. The father comes to the squad and complains about Sipowicz, calling him a "homophobe." John Irvin comes to Sipowicz's defense, telling the father he "should count his blessings and leave it at that." Jones and Medavoy reinterview the NBA prospect, who claims that the he didn't tell them to "take care of her," he said "take care of it." He wanted the girl to get an abortion; they need to confirm that with his boy Anthony who was there when he made the call. Sipowicz goes down to the cell, where he has a "conversation" with McDowell's brother-in-law, warning him that he is going into the system and when he gets out Sipowicz is sending him out of town, or into the hospital. At Connie's apartment, she and her sister talk. Connie tells her about Andy and Michelle realizes that they probably don't know each other like they should, which they agree to work on. At the Sipowicz home, Andy and Theo play together.moreless
  • You've Got Mail

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    S 10 : Ep 2 - 10/1/02

    John Irvin is showing off a picture the new car he plans on buying with his inheritance. Clark Jr. tells Rodriguez that he is fit to catch cases. Rodriguez agrees, but doesn't care or want to know the details of Clark Jr.'s relationship with the dead prostitute. Sipowicz gets a call from the FBI that a bomb may have been forwarded in the mail to the Family Court building. The detectives go to the scene and after dealing with a minor bureaucrat start an evacuation of the building. McDowell and Ortiz respond to the scream of a woman who's opened an envelope that has covered her with white powder. Hazmat sets up do some field testing for anthrax; McDowell and Ortiz need to be checked out. Laughlin takes some time to try breaking Clark Jr.'s balls, he breaks them back. Clark Jr. needs to meet with IAB about his situation. The anthrax test comes back negative, but Sipowicz receives a call that another letter has exploded in white powder. The victim has gone into cardiac arrest. Sipowicz arrives at the scene of the latest exploding envelope and meets with McDowell and Ortiz who tell him the envelope has also tested negative for anthrax. At IAB, Clark Jr. is interviewed by Rodriguez's friend Capt. Fraker. He offers to help Clark Jr. out, by asking him for some information that might be used against someone like Sipowicz. Clark Jr.'s refusal gets him put on restricted duty at the squad until the IAB says otherwise. Back at the squad, Medavoy has information on a possible suspect; Jones has information on where the original bomb threat call from and a contact in vice who has voodoo contacts that might be able to tell them the origin of the white powder that is laced with egg shell and cayenne pepper. Sipowicz goes with McDowell to pick up Medavoy's suspect and Clark Jr. returns to the office with restricted duty. Clark Jr. wants to be brought up to speed on the current investigation, but his conversation with Ortiz is only about the IAB situation. He suggests to her that she might want to see someone else if his current reputation is crimping her style. Medavoy and Jones meet with a Santeria priest who tells them the powder is a Santeria type recipe that is obscure. The priest then has some fun with Medavoy who's just knocked over what might be a sacred candle. Sipowicz and McDowell start to interview their suspect, who has some issues with authority and seems harmless, that is until there is a threat that his bi-weekly visitations with his son might be taken away. McDowell and Sipowicz send him down to the cells to cool off, while they investigate further. John Irvin leaves to pick up his car. Another suspect's name comes up with the name of Hale and he has an unknown relationship with a Hispanic woman named Fernandez, who because of her ethnic background may know something about the Santeria powder. Sipowicz goes to retrieve Hale, while McDowell and Ortiz go to retrieve Fernandez. Maya Anderson comes down from anti-crime and asks Baldwin to lunch. He agrees to go with her to lunch, and while there she gets him to agree to go out with her for some fun, nothing like that "heavy" relationship he just went through. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. start an interview Hale, who doesn't know what happened to the judge and the lawyer in the family court case where he lost everything. Clark Jr. is left at the house to take care of the testing of Hale, while Sipowicz leaves to go take care of something. McDowell and Ortiz start talking Fernandez about her relationship with Hale. They start out being straight with her and on the third chance they give her she confesses to obtaining the powder for Hale, who she thought was going to play a practical joke on their boss at the post office. Sipowicz meets with Clark Sr. and tells him what has been going on with son. John Irvin is out driving his new car, a Mercedes convertible, when he is carjacked. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview Hale and tell him what they know and what will happen with the FBI and others if they don't come to understanding. Hale tells them about the hell that the judge, his wife and her lawyer put him through with his divorce proceeding, but he agrees to write up his confession. Haywood tells the detectives that the FBI is going to prosecute Hale; Sipowicz tells her that he wants to break that news to Hale. Rodriguez tells Clark Jr. that IAB wants to see him. Medavoy tries to get a description of the carjacking suspect from John Irvin; who is then told that his car is on TV. The carjacker crashes the car and John Irvin's dream of owning it. At IAB, Clark Jr. enters the office to find his father with Capt. Fraker. Clark Jr. admits to covering for his father, which Fraker verifies, he then tells them the prostitute's murder was found and that Clark Jr. can return to full duty, but Clark Sr. has to stay. Back at the squad Clark Jr. tells them what happened at IAB. He makes an arrangement to call Ortiz later that evening. Out on his date with Maya, Baldwin tries to loosen up. Andy shows Theo how to shave, when Clark Jr. stops by to tell him thanks for staying behind him and that his father only got a 10 day suspension (which seems a little suspicious to me). John and Rita renew their relationship.moreless
  • Ho Down

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    S 10 : Ep 1 - 9/24/02

    It's a hot morning in NYC as the detectives go to a tenement building to retrieve Lyle Dennison, a suspect in a shooting case they are working. On their suspect's floor Sipowicz gets into a verbal encounter with a woman that winds up with her spitting on him and him helping her to the floor. They find their suspect is one the hallway's onlookers of the incident. They take him out of there and back to the precinct where they start their questioning, but all their suspect can do is wonder what is going to happen to Sipowicz. He tells them that Sipowicz knocked to the floor, the main woman of a big player in the neighborhood named "Money T." Moments later Det. Winslow stops by and tells Clark Jr. that his name was in a dead prostitute's call book. While he doesn't recognize her immediately, Clark Jr. identifies her as one of his CIs (Confidential Informant), although she is unregistered with the department. The detective promises to try and keep him out of the report. Jones and Medavoy go to the scene of home invasion, where Jones gets reacquainted with Officer Anderson (from the end of last season). McDowell and Ortiz return from the home invasion investigation with nothing, but get to look into "Money T" when Clark Jr. tells Rodriguez about the threat against Sipowicz. IAB Sgt. Martens comes to the squad to talk with Clark Jr. about the dead prostitute and what his connection was to her, giving him some advice along the way. When the interview is done, Clark Jr. leaves the squad to go and meet with his father to tell him about the situation with the dead prostitute. His father admits to having used the woman's services. Clark Jr. hopes that it won't go past getting a rip for having an unregistered CI. His father says the he will step in if it gets past that. McDowell and Ortiz report on "Money T" to Sipowicz and Rodriguez. Ortiz then goes to tell Clark Jr. the same thing, but asks him what is going on with him and IAB. He gives her a story that she doesn't believe and leaves frustrated as Sipowicz enters the room. Their witness that will put Dennison is leaving town, they need to run a game on Dennison to get him to give them information about the whereabouts of "Money T." Jones and Medavoy interview a man caught using the credit card one of their home invasion victims. He points them to a "goofy white guy" that his algebra teacher will know. Dennison's tip leads to a small time set of dealers. Outside the precinct, Sipowicz and Clark Jr. get into a discussion about the events of Clark Jr.'s day and the situation with his dad. As they get out of their car, shots are fired, they make it into the building, but there is at least one innocent victim. The precinct scrambles looking for the shooters. Sipowicz decides to take another run at Dennison. Clark Jr. gets in his way, to make sure he doesn't go at him too hard. Sipowicz lays it on the line to Dennison, who faced with the reality of the situation, gives them all the details about "Money T"'s stronghold. The male detectives get their vests on as the women of the squad get "tarted" up. Jones and Medavoy return with their suspect, the "goofy white guy." Their suspect gives them nothing, but a piece of mail not belonging to him is discovered. They leave him to go and find this woman. McDowell and Ortiz distract the doorman of "Money T"'s stronghold and the detectives and their significant backup make their way into the stronghold and find "Money T" and a mother lode of cash. Jones and Medavoy find the woman beaten in her apartment, severely beaten. While everyone did "good work today," Rodriguez tells the squad that the Feds are taking over the prosecution. They all prepare to go home for the evening. Clark Jr. asks Ortiz is he will see her later, she says unless they have something to talk about, don't bother. Jones and Medavoy go back at their suspect hard, he breaks down and tells them about being the "new kid at school," which he is a lot because of his father's job. At John's apartment, Rita arrives and he finally tells her what's been going on. She gives him her opinion, which he doesn't seem to want to hear, so she takes her opinions and goes home. At the Sipowicz apartment, given the day's events, Connie brings her bag, telling Andy that she wants to stay the night. They decide to run it by Theo, who doesn't seem to have a problem with it (although he really doesn't understand). It is decided that Connie will stay the night, but Andy clears her some space in the closet, which means that she might be staying longer.moreless
  • Better Laid Than Never (1)

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    S 9 : Ep 22 - 5/21/02

    The morning after his return from Florida with McDowell and his son, Sipowicz picks up a case with a missing child and gets a "thumbs up" from one of the uniforms. He arrives at the scene of the missing child's home, only to meet the mother, Catherine Lowe, gathers a few details of the case and gets a "your my hero" from one of the other uniforms. Back at the squad the father of a friend of the missing boy (Tommy Dwyer, a guy retired off the job) stops by to tell the detectives what he knows. He doesn't believe the boys are together anywhere, since he knows his son was at school. He also mentions the missing boy wasn't thrilled with his homelife; preferring to live with his father over his mother. A man, Ted Munns, who believes he has information about their missing child case. He tells them about his suspicions about a man who's online and lives near where the missing boy lived. Jones and Medavoy talk with him and then they lay out a plan to capture this predator, which they successfully execute. They question their predator, Volney, who cites that he was expecting to meet a fully grown man, because of something he calls "age-play". He knows nothing of their missing child. The missing boy's father checks in and agrees to come in; meanwhile one of the uniforms takes a moment to harass Sipowicz. John Irvin meets with the attorney for his father's estate. He ultimately tells John that he and his sister will probably inherit around $800,000, each. The boy's father comes in wondering how his son disappeared under his ex-wife's nose. He mentions his ex-wife's boyfriend, Steve Dansick. McDowell and Ortiz start following up on child whose name was found on the computer of the predator Medavoy and Jones question. When the boy's mother comes in, they ask her why she never mentioned her boyfriend as someone who had access to her son. Citing conditions for her continued custody of her son as the reason, she eventually gives them information on where to find him. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. meet and talk with the boyfriend, who they bring in while they check on his alibi. McDowell and Ortiz talk with the parents of the boy who they found on Volney's computer. Then they talk with the boy, who eventually breaks down and tells them of Volney's activities at a hotel that resulted in a sexual assault. Medavoy and Jones go back hard at Volney, who confesses, but also cites that the "kiddie porn" found on his computer came from their informant. He also reiterates that he doesn't know anything about the missing boy. The detectives re-strategize and Sipowicz asks John Irvin about the lawyer. John tells him about his eventual inheritance, but he is not going anywhere in the near term. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go back at the boyfriend, who confesses to being with his old girlfriend, which he didn't want Catherine to find out about. Emergency Services calls the squad, with the report of a body found in a vacant lot. On his way out of the building, Desk Sgt. Mahoney gives Sipowicz a package that was left for him. He unwraps the package; it's a trophy for "The Luckiest Man of the Year". At the vacant lot, the boy's body is found with a gunshot wound. At the mother's home, Catherine who has taken some valium isn't very responsive when they give her the news. Jones and Medavoy talk with Munns about the contents of his own computer. He cites that he needs the photos so he can use them to bait would be pedophiles. They remind him of a public lewdness collar he had from 2 years ago. They question him about their murder victim, and he claims to have "never ever" wanted to touch or hurt a child. Jones comes back with a "but you've wanted to," which causes the guy to break down and agree to get some help. At the end of the day, the detectives aren't close to finding the boy's killer. Sipowicz, McDowell, Clark Jr. and Ortiz go out to dinner, where Clark Jr. and Ortiz confess to their relationship. Sipowicz feeling some pressure decides he needs to go home. At home, Theo asks his dad about Connie and whether he can call her "mommy". The following morning, Clark Jr. mentions that he is going to have dinner with his father, and he'd like her to join him. At the squad, Ortiz and McDowell catch a homicide. When the boyfriend Dansick's story didn't totally check out, they bring him back in for questioning. They don't get anything from him, but his attitude doesn't sit right with Sipowicz.moreless
  • Dead Meat in New Deli

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    S 9 : Ep 21 - 5/14/02

    The detectives start investigating the robbery of deli, where the owner was killed. Back at the squad, Sipowicz has done some thinking this past week since the hostage situation. He wants McDowell to join him and Theo on their trip to Disneyworld, despite what others in the squad might think. So McDowell puts in her vacation request with Rodriguez. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview the son of their victim. Then they meet with Det. Frank Hughes from the robbery squad who tells them that he knows who their perp is, Terence Cates. A man comes to the squad to report that his sister may be in trouble. McDowell and Ortiz interview the man who reports that a priest wants a $1000 to get her out of trouble. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. bring in Terence Cates and Hughes tells them that the victim's son identified Cates from the mug book. They plan to interview Cates to find out for themselves. So there isn't any mystery, Sipowicz announces to the squad that he and McDowell are going to Disneyworld with Theo and if anyone wants to bust their balls, they'd better do it now. Rodriguez says "have a good time." Sipowicz and Clark Jr. start interviewing Cates, who claims that he "didn't do no murder." McDowell and Ortiz discuss relationships as do Medavoy and Jones, while they stakeout the rendezvous with the priest. Their recording off the payoff goes bad, when a passing garbage truck obscures their sound. Back at the squad, Det. Hughes almost taints the lineup ID of Cates, by the victim's son. The priest is brought in and is exposed for being a fraud. He tells them about the girl's need to pay off a debt. A fingerprint is found on a pack of cigarettes left on the counter at the deli, that lead to another possible suspect, so Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go back to the son to reconfirm his story, which he does, leaving them with something more to ponder. The other detectives locate the sister who may have put the "priest" up to con. Sipowicz tells Hughes about their fingerprint. They also find out that the victim's son didn't make the 911 call from the deli; he did it from two blocks away. They re-interview the son, who picks out their real suspect, the one whose fingerprint they found. McDowell and Ortiz interview the sister, who is worried that her brother might find out what she's been doing. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. locate their new suspect and they bring him in for questioning. He is less than cooperative. McDowell and Ortiz reunite the brother with her sister, and then she tells them her story, which essentially has her as a sex slave to the owner of the massage parlor. The massage parlor owner also implicates the "priest", who offers up them up some names. Haywood tells them that their witnesses recanting of his previous ID and a new ID in the same day isn't going to hold up. They find out that their suspect's brother was also at the scene, and they use that information to get their suspect to flip. Det Hughes, missing for most of the day, finally shows up back up at the squad, only to have his balls busted by Sipowicz. Later that night, John and Rita further consummate their relationship and Andy and Connie try to help Theo pack.moreless
  • Oedipus Wrecked

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    S 9 : Ep 20 - 5/7/02

    It's the morning after and John and Rita scramble to get ready to leave for work as their pagers go off. Rita must have been gentle, because John isn't showing any signs of suffering from a groin injury. They both join the other detectives at the scene of a double homicide, with an additional victim at the hospital. Medavoy announces that his daughter is going to be getting married, he's going to meet the future bride and groom for dinner tomorrow evening. McDowell and Ortiz respond to a call about a middle-aged woman who's discovered carrying narcotics. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview a suspect who was in one of the victim's appointment books. He comes on strong, until he hears about the murder. Ortiz and McDowell interview their middle-aged drug courier, but she denies knowledge about where the drugs came from. Then she has a realization and confesses to being the courier; but her story doesn't sit right with them but they give up pursuing it further. Katie Medavoy stops by the precinct to see her father to tell him that her mother has planned to not come to the wedding, as long as her father is going to be there. He tells her to have the wedding without him. She's appreciative, but he seems disheartened. McDowell finds out about their middle-aged suspect's son and they go to talk with her. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. start interviewing another one of their victim's customers who seems to be reasonable guy, but a background check reveals an outstanding warrant for his arrest for a five-year-old arson charge. McDowell and Ortiz talk to their suspect about her son and while she initially tries to cover for him, she eventually gives him up. Sipowicz goes back to talk to their suspect about his outstanding warrant. He claims identity theft, until Sipowicz wants his fingerprints. The guy gets hold of a gun and begins holding Sipowicz hostage in the interview room. The detectives try to figure out what to do and how it happened. Medavoy, who hasn't been thinking right since his daughter stopped by, thinks that he may have missed finding the gun Andy's captor has in his possession. Rodriguez tells them to keep working their cases as there isn't anything they can do here. In the interview room, Sipowicz tries to keep his captor talking. McDowell and Ortiz interview their suspect's son but he denies any knowledge of his mother and the narcotics that were in her possession. In the observation area, the tactical unit sets up with plans to take Sipowicz's captor out. Sipowicz tries to keep him talking. Out on the street, Clark Jr. and Jones grab up a suspect for the now triple homicide, the surviving victim didn't make it. The tactical officer tells Rodriguez what is going to go down. Sipowicz keeps him captor talking, about the decriminalization of marijuana. Sipowicz offers his captor a joint. The tactical officer gives Rodriguez 15 minutes to end this situation. McDowell and Ortiz put the middle-aged woman's son in the holding cell with his mother, asking them to both to decide who's going to jail. The son eventually breaks down and gives it up. Clark Jr. and Jones get their suspect to tell them what went down with the homicides after they threaten to bring him to be identified by the "surviving" victim. After having a few puffs on his joint, Sipowicz's captor is convinced to begin writing down his story after Sipowicz promises to help him get the word out. Sipowicz then gets hold of the captor's gun and then goes to retrieve his own gun as the tactical squad swarms in. The hostage crisis is over. McDowell offers to get Theo home. Medavoy's daughter stops back at the precinct to tell him that she wants him to be at the wedding, despite her mother. When Sipowicz finally makes it home, he asks McDowell to stay a while longer; she tells him that she will stay as long as he needs.moreless
  • Gypsy Woe's Me

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    S 9 : Ep 17 - 3/26/02

    Andy and Theo discuss their upcoming trip to Disney World, but Theo tells him that if Connie's not coming, then he's not going. At the scene of the day's case, the detectives follow up on a report that a cab was seen leaving the scene. When the cab's plates are run, it is revealed to be Ryan Lipe, the cab driver that helped them out on the baby shooting case a few weeks earlier. Also at the scene, Officer Laughlin asks Clark Jr. about Ortiz's dating status, to which he is reminded that Ortiz just buried her husband a week earlier and that he might want to remove his wedding ring before he starts hitting on her. Ryan Lipe is brought in and Sipowicz and Clark Jr. question him; Lipe claims that the shooting was in self defense. After the interview, Sipowicz asks John Irvin about whether he had made any attempt to talk with his father, to which John tells him about his attempt to talk with his father. An old friend of Rodriguez's stops by to ask him for a favor, looking into a situation that his son was in. Rodriguez agrees to look into it; his friend then tries to leave him an envelope of money, which Rodriguez gives back to him, telling him that as a friend he was going to look into it. Jones and Medavoy have been sent to investigate the beating death of a man outside of a bar; the victim's companion, who a witness, reports was beaten down by a large black man. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. along with Haywood and Rodriguez decide that Ryan Lipe can be let go, since they don't have enough to hold him on at this point. In the precinct lobby, Laughlin makes a play for Ortiz, which Clark Jr. comments on as he's leaving the house. Jones and Medavoy interview their witness, an ex-boxer who denies that he killed the guy he's been hanging around with lately, who was an ex-ballet dancer. The ex-boxer was acting as a companion for the victim. Rodriguez starts to follow up on the favor. The man he interviews says that if there is some financial consideration, he might be willing to compromise. Rodriguez starts smelling the rat squad and leaves. Andy finally tells Connie about Theo and his Disney World demand and she offers to come along. Ballistics comes back on Lipe's gun, two more bodies are found on it from the previous month. John's sister stops by to talk, which John tells her he just can't do right now. She is able to tell John that his father would like to talk with him. Ryan Lipe is brought back in and they tell him about the other shootings, which he attributes to the further conspiracies of the NYPD against him. Lipe finally tells them that he bought the gun off of a fare. Rodriguez talks to his friend about the favor and the money. Rodriguez then uncovers the wire his friend is wearing. IAB comes in and puts Rodriguez under suspension. Fraker tells Rodriguez that his failure to report the bribe attempt is a violation of department policy. Rodriguez feels like the "whole thing played out more like a personal vendetta." Jones and Medavoy interview the large black man that was called an ape; but he only admits to slapping the victim. Meanwhile, McDowell and Ortiz interview a woman who saw the beating outside the bar. She tells them the large black man did slap the guy once, but it was the victim's companion who had knocked him down to the ground. Clark Jr. finds out there was a witness in one of the previous shootings with Lipe's gun, so he goes to interview her. Back at the squad the detectives have been wondering what's going on with Rodriguez, when he comes back to the squad to clear out his stuff. Rodriguez tells them that IAB has a groundless case against him, but that he's clean and that the department is sending them a replacement. Sipowicz probes further, but gets nothing from Rodriguez. Jones and Medavoy re-interview their victim's companion, who finally tells them that the victim had accused him of being a "bigger fairy than he ever was," when he didn't punch the black guy who slapped his companion. His retaliation to that comment was to punch his companion. Laughlin challenges Clark Jr. to fight him in the precinct's smoker, a charity boxing match. Clark Jr. reiterates his position on Laughlin's need to layoff of Ortiz. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. re-interview Ryan Lipe, who they tell about the witness to one of the earlier shootings. They try to help him to get his story straight, while he still has a chance of being heard. The detectives discuss what's happening with Rodriguez and agree to keep in touch if they hear anything. Ortiz, who's already heard about the fight, talks with Clark Jr. who says it's no big deal. Ortiz says that someone standing up for her is a big deal and she thanks him. John stops by the hospital to the visit with his father, who says he is on his death bed. Together they finally come to understanding. Sipowicz meets with Martens, to find out what the story is with Rodriguez and Fraker. From what Martens knows, years ago in undercover narcotics, Rodriguez had made a report that wound up getting Fraker assigned to the rat squad.moreless
  • Oh, Mama

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    S 9 : Ep 12 - 2/19/02

    Sipowicz and Clark Jr. begin an investigating the death of high school student. McDowell and Ortiz start investigating the death of a 3 year old girl who was shot while sleeping in her crib. Medavoy and Jones interview a girl about death of the student and she mentions a boy nicknamed "Swirly" that had a fight with the victim. McDowell and Ortiz report back to Rodriquez that an engagement party was going on underneath the little girl's window. Rodriquez also asks Ortiz about what her husband may be calling about. She tells him that they are getting a divorce. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. interview "Swirly" and he confesses to the crime. They go to "Swirly"'s home and meet his naked eccentric mother. McDowell and Ortiz question the new fiancée about his engagement party and who might have fired a gun last night. He denies that any shots were fired. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. return and are doubtful that "Swirly" committed the crime. Andy asks John for a quick haircut. Haywood and Jones talk about the baby, but Haywood seems distant, she tells him that she is just tired, which the doctor says is normal. John tells Andy about his upcoming trip to Africa with Ray Maxwell, the guy whose bulldog puppies were stolen. Since he is going to be gone for three weeks, John won't be able to watch Theo, but since things seems be to going well with Det. McDowell, he doesn't think it should be a problem. Andy asks him what he means by that. Someone trying to sell the high school victim's videogames is brought in for questioning. He points to a guy named Nick as the perpetrator and knows where the murder weapon is. Nick is picked up by Sipowicz and Clark Jr. Their questioning of him leads nowhere. McDowell and Ortiz question a cab driver who refuses to assist the police, because of an incident with a rookie police officer ten years earlier that was ruled to be the officer's fault and cost the driver his license(s). He didn't even get an apology. On behalf of the NYPD, McDowell and Ortiz apologize. It seems to be enough for him as he tells them about the two men he saw fighting and the shot he heard fired. The interview with Nick continues, but is going nowhere until his dad arrives and helps the detectives to get a confession. "Swirly" is told he is free to go, but Sipowicz asks him is he is alright with going home to his mother. McDowell and Ortiz question one of the men who they know was involved in the argument. He admits to firing the gun overhead to scare the guy who was keeping him boxed in his parking space. He is devastated to learn where the bullet went. Sipowicz asks Jones what's up between him and Medavoy and then he asks McDowell if she would like to join him and Theo for a movie. "Swirly"'s mom comes to pick him up, but Sipowicz and Clark Jr. find her kissing her son in a provocative way. They work to get her some much needed help, but Clark Jr. wonders what they may have done to the boy. After dinner and a movie, Andy and Connie share more than a quick peck on the cheek goodbye (stay tuned). Meanwhile, Clark Jr. seeks out his father if anything just to thank him for being there for him while growing up.moreless
  • Jealous Hearts

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    S 9 : Ep 10 - 1/15/02

    Sipowicz visits Gibson at the hospital to ask him about Mrs. Hornby and her missing jewelry. Harrison starts quizzing his wife about her whereabouts, which starts escalating just as Rodriguez enters. The detectives begin investigating two DOAs at a restaurant robbery, another victim played dead. At the scene McDowell spots a woman pretending to be a cop. The woman claims that she is just trying to help, but McDowell and Ortiz decide to check her out. McDowell mentions she is going on a blind date, with a lawyer, which leads to a couple of comments from Sipowicz. Julian Pisano stops by the squad to offer information on the restaurant robbery/homicide. Pisano tries to strike a deal with Sipowicz before Sipowicz strikes him. He offers them up the name, Gio Deloria. Sipowicz's further comments about McDowell's possible blind date and the relationship that she's building with Theo lead to him telling her "not to put herself out" in regards to making time for Theo. Rodriguez talks with Ortiz about the situation with her husband, she says it is nothing she can't handle. After not finding Gio Deloria at home, Medavoy asks Jones why he's been quiet lately, leading to Medavoy reminiscing about Donna Abandando. McDowell and Ortiz go to apartment of the phony cop's mother and find her body, by the smell dead for a couple of weeks. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. find Deloria at his girlfriend's apartment and after a scuffle, bring him in. Back at the squad, McDowell and Ortiz discover that their phony cop has disappeared; she slipped out while Astrachan had stepped away for a few minutes. Deloria denies being at the restaurant and is going to be subjected to a lineup. Sipowicz gets help from an old friend retired cop friend who gets him access to some financial records, so that Sipowicz can look into Mrs. Hornby's affairs. The documents reveal that Mrs. Hornby's affairs are being mishandled by Cory Beacham. In the lineup, the shooting survivor picks out Deloria, but the ID might be lost, when their witness's father reveals that his son fried his brain by sniffing glue when he was a teenager. Haywood and Jones discuss the fact the she's been keeping him out of the loop in her decision making. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. re-interview Deloria, holding his daughter over his head to make sure that Deloria gives a statement that will eliminate the need for the lineup. Deloria mentions that Pisano is the only one who knew about the fact that he was going to commit this crime. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. go after Pisano, but realize that they can't hold him on anything. A report comes in about a cop being shot. The wounded cop turns out to be the phony cop. The phony cop tells McDowell that since she wasn't able to help her mother, she wanted to at least be able to help someone else. McDowell tells her she "did good" just before the woman dies. Sipowicz tries to tell Mrs. Hornby about her finances and she tells him that she found her necklace and he shouldn't worry about it. He finds out from her that Cory Beacham is her late husband's nephew. He tries to give her the facts about what Beacham is doing and that she'll be broke in about a year. He asks her whether he should begin investigating further. Flustered Mrs. Hornby tells to just go ahead then. At dinner McDowell's blind date doesn't go well, nothing in common. She leaves it early and makes a phone call to the "Sipowicz residence". She and Andy talk resolving their differences of the day.moreless
  • Here Comes the Son

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    S 9 : Ep 9 - 1/8/02

    The detectives start investigating a massage parlor rip-off. While their rip-off involves a homicide, there are similar rip-offs occurring in the Bronx. Sipowicz and Clark Jr. are going to work the case with detectives from the Bronx, including Clark Sr. This leaves the others to look into the case of an elderly woman being robbed in her home by exterminators. Mrs. Hornby sends her agent, Beacham, to ask Sipowicz to come back to her apartment and work security. The dollar figure for the job is raised and other perks are offered, but Sipowicz rejects them all. McDowell, Ortiz, Jones and Medavoy look into the exterminator case. Through the efforts of two Samaritans, one of the exterminators was captured and subdued at the scene. The other has gotten away, but is quickly grabbed up. While waiting to talk to the victim and one of the perps at the hospital, small talk leads to Ortiz telling McDowell that she and her husband are working on their marriage. In the meantime, back at the squad, Ortiz's husband stops by to check up on her, asking Rodriguez to keep an eye on her. Rodriguez denies the request. When the subdued exterminator dies as a result of his injuries, the detectives are forced to find out everything that went on at the scene to determine if charges need to be filed against the Samaritans. Haywood tells Jones that she thinks she is pregnant and he wonders when he will be involved in the decision process. The Bronx detectives arrive at the squad to compare cases and the tension begins mounting. A doctor who was known to be at the massage parlor won't talk, asks for his lawyer, and gives Sipowicz and Clark Jr. nothing for their interview. Clark Sr. says that the next interview is theirs. While staking out someone who used a stolen credit card from the massage parlor, Sipowicz tells Clark Jr. the story of his past history with Clark Sr. Essentially Sipowicz's methods and his drinking at the time rubbed the "by the book" Clark Sr. the wrong way. Also, Clark Sr.'s inability to lie when he should have allowed a mistrial to occur. An elderly woman died a month later as a result of that suspect being freed. The credit card user is subdued and Clark Sr. and his partner conduct the interview, "using honey instead of vinegar to attract the bees". Jones and Medavoy conduct another interview, but the interviewee seems much more interested in Jones. When other evidence points to the Samaritans beating the exterminator more than he needed to be, McDowell and Ortiz are charged with bringing the Samaritans in to inform them that they are facing man-slaughter charges. The man given up by the credit card user is taken into custody, but not until after hitting Clark Sr. and giving them all a workout. Clark Sr. and his partner bring the suspect back to the precinct, while Sipowicz and Clark Jr. get the doctor to give them the ID that they need. Clark Sr. starts to conduct an interview, but Clark Jr. and Sipowicz get the job done. Sipowicz tries to make it right between him and Clark Sr., trying to keep Clark Jr. out of it, telling him he shouldn't alienate his son. Clark Sr. tells him to go to hell. Valerie and Baldwin start to discuss some of their options as Sipowicz sells out for $400 a shift. He arrives back at his apartment and observes Connie's motherly interactions with Theo.moreless
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