Don Johnson and Cheech Marin were perfectly cast for this show. They had such great chemistry on screen, with Nash always laughing at, but usually falling for, Joe's get rich quick schemes. And Joe always trying to get Nash to "lighten up." The mood was mostly on the light side, but definitely had its more somber moments, especially when dealing with Nash and his strained relationships with his family members.
I certainly won't forget his 'Cuda, and how he always pampered. You could be certain he'd get quite upset whenever anyone did anything to damage it. And by damage, I mean scratch, that's all it took for him to go off.
Also, Nash Bridges was the first time I recall hearing SOB on TV with any regularity. But, it was done in such a way to be funny instead of an actual swear.
Great show all around. I only hope it comes to DVD.