'NYPD Blue' Season 4 Episodes
NYPD Blue - Season 4
In the fourth season of this award-winning show, the action at 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.
Sipowicz admits he froze during a shootout because he was afraid of dying, and Russell seems equally afraid to accept Simone's marriage proposal.
Simone and Sipowicz grow suspicious while investigating a missing persons case in which a man reported his infant daughter was snatched, and Martinez runs for Squad Delegate.
“Yes, We Have No Cannolis”
Simone investigates a murder in his apartment building and also reopens a robbery case after he and Sipowicz begin to suspect an innocent man was convicted of the crime.
Martinez's first delegate case involves a policeman married to two women; Simone and Sipowicz discover a robbery may have been staged, and Russell's sobriety is put to the test.
“Where'd the Van Gogh?”
Medavoy and Martinez investigate a shooting at a bodega, which they suspect is just a front, and Sipowicz and Simone try to track down the killer of two victims gunned down in their car.
“Yes Sir, That's My Baby”
The detectives search for two men involved in the shooting death of an ex-fireman turned chauffeur. Kirkendall investigates a possible child abduction.
“Ted and Carey's Bogus Adventure”
A mother claims her mentally-retarded daughter was raped. Sipowicz fears the worst when an odd man who speaks in gibberish expresses concern over his mother.
Fancy aids a teenager arrested for heroin possession. Simone and Sipowicz target an ex-con whom witnesses identify as a murder suspect. Medavoy's friend Abby drops a bombshell.
A Polish-American couple become the prime suspects in a murder investigation. Residents of a close-knit neighborhood are mysteriously closemouthed regarding the death of one of their own. Russell realizes she was drugged by Liery.
“My Wild Irish Nose”
Simone jeopardizes Russell's undercover assignment by taking Liery into custody. The detectives discover drug addicts auctioning-off a dead man's possessions-with the corpse still inside the room. A murder witness puts his life on the line in an attempt.
“Alice Doesn't Fit Here Anymore”
Detectives fear the worst when a woman carrying a jewelry consignment disappears. Gina is wounded during a rape attempt.
Tension mounts within the precinct when Sipowicz and Simone investigate a policeman who witnessed-and may have been involved in-a double homicide. Kirkendall and Medavoy investigate the death of a model who appeared in a fetish video.
“Tom and Geri”
The detectives investigate the murder of a labor coalition leader. One of Geri Turner's close friends is found dead.
“A Remington Original”
A woman's body is discovered at a salvage yard. A man is killed by a most unusual object. Gina returns to the squad.
“Taillight's Last Gleaming”
Sipowicz experiences dreams about his dead son. Fancy and his wife are pulled over by a racist cop. A detective from another precinct attempts to take credit for arrests made by his colleagues.
“What a Dump!”
The body of a Russian woman is found in an alleyway. Gang members open fire from a city bus.
“A Wrenching Experience”
A woman is reluctant to identify her gangster-boyfriend's killers. Inspector Bass pressures fancy for a quick arrest after a man with political connections is found murdered. Detetives suspect an infant may have been shaken to death by a baby-sitter.
“I Love Lucy”
A transvestite prostitute is assaulted by his boyfriend. Kirkendall comes to the aid of an old high school friend who stole from her parents to fund her drug habit. Fancy reluctantly sells his wife's franchise products to his staff.
A rap star wounded in a hold-up refuses to cooperate with detectives. Fancy is caught in the middle when a drug dealer accuses Szymanski of robbery. Abby tells Medavoy her true intentions.
The detectives investigate a multiple homicide at a nightclub. A man rapes his twelve-year-old stepdaughter.
“Is Paris Burning?”
Simone is investigated by internal affairs. A nervous building superintendent places his own life in jeopardy after he identifies a violent tenant as the perpetrator of an assault.
“A Draining Experience”
Simone's involvement in an internal undercover operation jeopardizes his career. A psychiatrist becomes the prime suspect in death of one of his patients. A Britisher critical of American police enforcement reports a stolen wallet.