Nash Bridges

Season 2 Episode 4

Wrecking Crew

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Oct 04, 1996 on CBS
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Wrecking Crew
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While a professional robber and his crew hit San Fransisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giants shortstop.

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      • Nash: Listen, if you walk away from this without proving to yourself and to me that you can still kick ass, then I'm going to kick you ass.
        Evan (laughs): Wouldn't be too hard, would it?

      • Joe: Oh, man. I thought I lost you, brother.
        Nash: So did I.
        Joe: Did you have to use the Pinto? I mean, was that your best idea?
        Nash: No, I had one other.
        Joe: Don't tell me what it was.

      • (After Bobby's crew takes them)
        Nash: Well, this is brilliant. Take us to an army barracks somewhere inside the city limits. Now where could that be?
        Joe: Uh, maybe the Alamo. No, hey the Presedio.
        Nash: Heyyy. How about that?
        Bobby: Shut up. I want some information.
        Nash: Make up your mind. You want us to talk or you want us to shut up?

      • Nash: Man, why do I always listen to you?
        Joe: Because you're very smart, that's why.

      • Cassidy: You know, I've been thinking about what we talked about, you know, with college. And you know, I don't think I have to go right away.
        Nash: What?
        Cassidy: Well, my friend Elizabeth she's gonna take a year off and waitress, and then she's gonna decide what she wants to do.
        Nash: Uh huh. Well, you're going, sister.
        Cassidy: But dad, you need me. I mean, let's face it. Your life the last few years has been kind of crazy, you break up with mom, that whole thing with Kelly, grandpa's not doing so good. I mean, you need me here, don't you? (Nash laughs) I mean, not on the East Coast running around some where.
        Nash: Believe it or not, I can actually take care of myself. Sweetheart, I know you're nervous. But once you get there, you're gonna love it.
        Cassidy: But dad, I don't even know what I'm going to do with my life yet.
        Nash: But that's what college is all about is going there and figuring out what you're going to do with life. I want you to reach, I want you to be the best you can possibly be. You get it?
        Cassidy: Yeah, I get it.

      • Nash: You want to have heart palpitations? Get a load of that. (hands Joe a folder on Cornell) Tuition.
        Joe: Ouch. That is a lot.
        Nash: How am I supposed to do that?
        Joe: You want to make some easy money?
        Nash: Why is it that every time you mention that every survival instinct in body screams, 'Run!'
        Joe: I'm serious. This is truly easy money. The detective agency that I used to work for, they called the other day. They got this quick cushy job for me.
        Nash: They do?
        Joe: Yes, they do. Look, we can do it together and we'll split the money. It's easy, with our skills, two minutes. It pays five figures. It's completely legal under the police department rules.
        Nash: Am I gonna regret this?
        Joe: Not a chance. You're gonna love me even more if that's possible.
        Nash: I'm gonna regret this.

      • Harvey: A.J, come on, just out of curiosity, 'cause I should learn this... Do you start with your weight forward or on the back foot?
        A.J: Forget it, Harv. Trade secret. (kicks the door in)

      • Joe: Hey, we're having this debate down at the bar. The question is how many Village People were are?
        Nash: Have I ever given you any indication to make you believe that I'd be some sort of expert on the Village People?

      • Joe: I tell you what - calling for help sounds a little bit better right now.
        Nash: I got a phone. Let's think about this. If I call for a patrol unit to rescue us, are you prepared to live with years of ridicule from our fellow officer?
        Joe: Yes, I am. Hey, what's little ridicule, man. We always have retirement as an option.
        Nash: Speak for yourself, Bubba. Man, this dog is seriously pissed off.

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