Nash Bridges

Season 4 Episode 14


Aired Friday 10:00 PM Feb 12, 1999 on CBS
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Nash puts an attractive musical artist under protection, when a group of vampires seem to be after her. Her flirtatious attitude towards Nash has Caitlin and him butting heads. Joe puts Boz in charge of buying a car for Inger, and things don't go as planned. Evan meets a beautiful woman while walking Harvey's dog, King, but she turns out to be different than Evan first thinks.


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    Michael Des Barres

    Michael Des Barres

    Niles Maynard

    Guest Star

    Jenny McShane

    Jenny McShane

    Finn Tucker

    Guest Star

    Josie Davis

    Josie Davis


    Guest Star

    Ronald Russell

    Ronald Russell

    Officer Ronnie

    Recurring Role

    Christian J. Meoli

    Christian J. Meoli

    Boz Bishop

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (15)

      • Nash: Hello. What are you doing?
        Caitlin: I'm moving my office back downtown. Something opened up in the Hall of Justice. (Nash looks down) What? You should be happy. It's what you wanted, isn't it?
        Nash: No, that's not what I wanted.
        Caitlin: I came over yesterday to try and explain to you how difficult this all was for me, and I... I was just trying to be honest. And I was, so now I'm leaving. Bye.
        Nash: I don't do good-byes. I'm not playin'. (Nash's phone rings and Caitlin walks out)

      • Nash: Harv, why the 'I've got something that I don't want to tell Nash' look on your face?
        Harvey: Oh, for some reason, boss, Caitlin's been packing up for the last few hours.

      • Evan: Look, I'm gonna tell 'ya the truth. I was using King to try and scam on this chick.
        Harvey: Oh, don't even talk to me about it.
        Evan: No, but here's the beauty of it, right? I found that I'm really in love with Cassidy and I'm not into the chase anymore.
        Harvey: Evan Cortez, you're making a mature decision.
        Evan: Well, you know what, Harv. Things happen.

      • Nash: What happened?
        Joe: Well, it seems my car had 5 keys of black tar hidden in the gas tank. Which explains the crappy mileage. And why somebody just stole it. (Nash tries to hide that he's laughing) Don't say I told you so.
        Nash (laughing): I'm not sayin' nothin'.

      • Nash: Why are you here?
        Finn: You know why I'm here. (kisses him)
        Nash: I want to, but I can't do this.
        Finn: So where can I sleep?
        Nash: How about I make something on the couch for you? This takes a lot of discipline.

      • Finn: So what's up with you and Nash?
        Caitlin: Pardon me?
        Finn: Something's obviously going on between you guys.
        Caitlin: Well, my personal life is not really open for discussion.
        Finn: This is only between you and me. I just don't want to go someplace that I'm not wanted.
        Caitlin: Meaning that you're interested in Nash?
        Finn: Yeah. I think that he could use a good woman.
        Caitlin: He's not the type of guy to mix business with pleasure.

      • Caitlin: Well, I need to talk to you and I didn't want to do it at work.
        Nash: Well, uh--
        Caitlin: Okay. Let me just get this out. I didn't mean to scare you off, Nash. See? I just never expected that you know, well, anything would happen between us, you know? I mean, I'm investigating you. It's ridiculous to think that I could feel both ways at the same time. Am I clear?
        Nash: Uh...
        Caitlin: Uh, no, no, right? I'm not being clear.
        Nash: Well, you know, we could talk about this later.
        Caitlin: Okay, well, just let me finish, see? More than anything I didn't want to give you the wrong idea.
        Nash: Mmhmm. Um, you know, you don't-- You don't need to tell me all this now.
        Caitlin: I keep finding myself fighting my emotional instincts. I mean, we both know that I'm not the most open person in the world and, uh, you know, I don't really know what's going on between my heart and my head, I just know that I'm really battling it out.
        Nash: Um, we could--
        Finn (comes out of the shower): Oh, whoops.
        Caitlin: I... I thought that you were alone.
        Finn: I could leave you guys alone.
        Caitlin: No. No, no, no. I'll leave. I'm sorry I barged in like this. You know, it's my fault. I'll just-- I'll go.
        Nash: Well, I'll walk you out.
        Caitlin: I know the way.
        Nash: Look, uh, Caitlin-- (Caitlin keeps walking) Caitlin. Caitlin. Wait. Whatever it's worth, she slept on the couch.
        Caitlin: It doesn't matter.

      • Nash: Where's Finn?
        Harvey: Topside, boss. Coffee and Caitlin.
        Nash: Oh-ho. This oughta be interesting.
        Joe: I wanna see this.

      • Joe: I gotta tell 'ya, Nashman. This is one of the stranger gigs we've had in a while.
        Nash: Ah, you strip away the make-up, fangs and the capes and it's still about somebody wanting to possess something that doesn't belong to them.

      • Joe: If we put them in the same cell together will they start feeding off each other?
        Harvey: No, get hip with the vampireology, Joe. Because you can't feed off of the undead.
        Joe: Oh. Excuse me, I spend all my free time in werewolves.

      • Finn: So how long have you had this car?
        Nash: Oh, about since I learned how to drive. My brother gave it to me.
        Finn: Hey, maybe I can use it for my next video.
        Joe (laughs): He's very particular about who drives his car.
        Finn: Well, maybe I could borrow him, too.

      • Harvey: Alright, Ev. Here's the key and the alarm code. (hands Evan keys a piece of paper) Oh, here's the directions for the walk. You got to go in precisely those directions because King, he just gets disorientated and stuff. Watch out for the greyhound that lives at the corner. King and he do not get along. And before you let him out the door, make sure he's got his leash on. (Harvey hands Evan his belt)
        Evan: Um, Harvey, isn't this your belt?
        Harvey (takes the leash out of the bag): Oh, there's his leash.
        Evan (laughs): Harv, you're gonna be in court for like five hours, not five weeks.
        Harvey: Buddy, as soon as you get back, you gotta brush him. (hands Evan a brush) Oh my god, I almost forgot. (hands Evan a pill bottle) Here. He's also got to have two of these with his food. But it's got to be his dry food which is in a paper bag, you know, like this next to the washing machine. I'm forgetting something, what--
        Evan: Uh, I don't think you forgot anything, Harv. You know what? I'm thinkin' that maybe you should get a life. But I'm also thinking that maybe this is the reason that you don't have a life.
        Harvey: If I'm not back by six, you gotta turn on the radio for him, okay? Because he suffers from abandonment fears.

      • Caitlin: The dead body guard, his name was Bernie Hall. He was a North Beach patrol cop on a moonlighting gig. M.C.D wants me to investigate.
        Nash: Why?
        Caitlin: Well, they want me to determine for the record whether or not he was killed in the line of duty to see if his family is entitled to full pension benefits.
        Nash: Oh, man. Now, that's charming. Department protocol at it's worst.
        Caitlin: Yeah, I agree.
        Nash: D-Did you just say 'I agree' to me?
        Caitlin: Come on, Nash. If we were on the opposite sides of everything that wouldn't be much fun.
        Nash: Oh, you wanna play nice today, eh? Okay, two can play at that game. You look terrific today.
        Caitlin: Oh-ho. Going for the jugular. Alright, alright. You wanna play dirty? I find your conversation scintillating and your personality only half as grading as I thought.
        Nash (laughs): Taking no prisoners, I see.
        Caitlin: Hey, baby, I play to win.
        Nash: Alright, try this. The symphony, Saturday.
        Caitlin: What do you mean? You and me?
        Nash: Yeah, you and me. Caitlin: Uh, that sounds suspiciously like a date.
        Nash: Oh, no, no, no. We don't have to call it a date. We could call it good music or, ah, some scintillating conversation.
        Caitlin: Ah, I, I don't think so, but thank you.
        Nash: Why not?
        Caitlin: Well, my history with mixing business and pleasure hasn't been exactly successful.
        Nash (laughs): Well, now, there's somethin' we have in common.
        Caitlin: My point exactly.
        Nash: Look, I'm not your fiancée and this isn't the CIA. So, maybe it's time you get over it.
        Caitlin: Being responsible for the death of someone you really care about, you don't just get over it, Nash.
        Nash: You do if you want to get on with your life. The offer stands if you change your mind.

      • Nash: What are you reading there, bubba?
        Joe: The police office listings. I'm buying Inger a new car.
        Nash: I have a car broker, a very, very good one that you should look into.
        Joe: Pardon me, but you haven't bought a new car since Nixon was in the White House, have you?
        Nash: This is all very true, not for myself. But I have for my various ex-wives and daughter.
        Joe: Yeah, well, broker's want fees.
        Nash: And they also give guarantees. And let me enlighten you to something else. I am not going to sit on those folding chairs for three hours waiting for your dream car to come up.
        Joe: Yeah, well, neither am I. Boz is doin' it.
        Nash: Boz Bishop is buying Inger's new car?
        Joe: Mmhmm.
        Nash: Oh, no, no, no. Big danger.
        Joe: Why can't you just admit that this is a great idea?
        Nash: Because it sucks.

      • Nash (to a "vampire" who is staring at a band-aid on Nash's hand): I'll tell ya what you tell us where we can find him and I'll give ya the bandage for dessert.

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