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NYPD Blue. : Season 4 (2006)
(DVD)

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Published: Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2006]
Description:  4 videodiscs (1001 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9786310108438,
Language:  English


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Created by David Milch and Steven Bochco

Originally broadcast on ABC television during the 1996-1997 season

Contains all 22 episodes from the fourth season

Special features: Disc 1, Side A: "Where's Swaldo?" optional episode commentary by director Mark Tinker and writer Bill Clark ; Disc 2, Side B: "Alice doesn't fit here anymore" optional episode commentary by director Mark Tinker and writer Bill Clark ; Disc 3, Side A: "Tom and Geri" optional episode commentary by Andrea Thompson and Debra Christofferson ; Disc 4, Side B: "Through the lens: the look of Blue" featurette; "In with the new" featurette

Dennis Franz, Jimmy Smits, Kim Delaney, James McDaniel, Nicholas Turturro, Gordon Clapp, Sharon Lawrence

New York City's 15th Precinct is as hectic as ever. While Lieutenant Fancy continues as precinct commander, Detective Andy Sipowicz, although still a bit rough around the edges, has mellowed with the birth of his son. Detectives Bobby Simone and Diane Russell take the next step in their relationship, James Martinez becomes the Squad Delegate, and Greg Medavoy considers becoming a surrogate father. But one thing that hasn't changed is the squad's determination to make sure the bad guys get their day in court--and to also attempt to maintain a touch of normalcy in their personal lives, even as they investigate cases that often put them directly in the line of fire

DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital surround, double sided, NTSC

English, Spanish or French languages, subtitled in English or Spanish; closed-captioned



Disc 1, Side A: Episode 1: Moby Greg / teleplay by Theresa Rebeck ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Mark Tinker -- Episode 2: Thick Stu / teleplay by David Mills ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Brad Silberling -- Episode 3: Yes, we have no cannolis / teleplay by Leonard Gardner ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Mark Tinker -- Episode 4: Where's Swaldo? / written by Stephen Gaghan & Michael R. Perry and David Milch ; directed by Mark Tinker. Disc 1, Side B: Episode 5: Where'd the Van Gogh? / teleplay by Nicholas Wootton ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Michael M. Robin -- Episode 6: Yes sir, that's my baby / written by Rift Fournier ; directed by Davis Guggenheim. Disc 2, Side A: Episode 7: Ted and Carey's bogus adventure / written by Meredith Stiehm ; directed by Dan Sackheim -- Episode 8: Unembraceable you / teleplay by Theresa Rebeck ; story by Bill Clark & Theresa Rebeck ; directed by Michael M. Robin -- Episode 9: Caulkmanship / teleplay by George D. Putnam ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Donna Deitch -- Episode 10: My wild Irish nose / written by Hugh Levick ; directed by Robert J. Doherty. Disc 2, Side B: Episode 11: Alice doesn't fit here anymore / teleplay by Leonard Gardner & Nicholas Wootton ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Mark Tinker -- Episode 12: Upstairs, downstairs / teleplay by David Mills ; story by Bill Clark & David Mills ; directed by Paris Barclay. Disc 3, Side A: Episode 13: Tom and Geri / teleplay by Meredith Stiehm ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Adam Nimoy -- Episode 14: A Remington original / teleplay by Nicholas Wootton ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Michael M. Robin -- Episode 15: Taillight's last gleaming / written by David Mills ; directed by Randall Zisk -- Episode 16: What a dump! / teleplay by Leonard Gardner ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Perry Lang. Disc 3, Side B: Episode 17: A wrenching experience / teleplay by Meredith Stiehm ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Michael Watkins -- Episode 18: I love Lucy / teleplay by Theresa Rebeck ; story by David Milch & Theresa Rebeck ; directed by Kathy Bates. Disc 4, Side A: Episode 19: Bad rap / written by Thad Mumford ; directed by Matthew Penn -- Episode 20: Emission impossible / teleplay by Bill Barich ; story by David Milch & Bill Clark ; directed by Robert J. Doherty. Disc 4, Side B: Episode 21: Is Paris burning? / written by David Shore ; directed by Paris Barclay -- Episode 22: A draining experience / written by Jane Wallace ; directed by Michael Watkins -- Special features

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