A MAN'S SON IS KIDNAPPED FOR RANSOM, AND SIPOWICZ
AND CLARK MAY CEASE TO BE PARTNERS, ON ABC'S "NYPD BLUE"
"Divorce, Detective Style" - A man reports that his son has been kidnapped for ransom; Sipowicz and Clark have a falling out; A young woman is found murdered in the closet of her apartment; Clark's testimony at a murder trial is impeached because he had sex with a girl involved, and a mysterious party continues to harass Sipowicz, on "NYPD Blue" TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
"NYPD Blue" stars Dennis Franz as Detective Andy Sipowicz, Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Detective John Clark, Gordon Clapp as Detective John Medavoy, Bill Brochtrup as John Irvin, Henry Simmons as Detective Baldwin Jones, Jacqueline Obradors as Detective Rita Ortiz, Currie Graham as Lieutenant Thomas Bale and Bonnie Somerville as Detective Laura Murphy.
Guest starring are John de Lancie as Scott Garvin, Ross Partridge as Parks Benton, Scott Atkinson as Steve McClintock, Timilee Romilini as Samantha Lewitis, Joshua Leonard as Todd Garvin, Lisa Lackey as A.D.A. Munson, Lisa Banes as Attorney Calhoun, Gibby Brand as Judge Carrazo, Lisa Rotondi as Mandy, Amy Lyndon as Tanya Larkin, Michael Leydon Campbell as Agent Kevin Silas, Richard Lawson as Agent Wycoff, Larry Goldman as Steve Kaufman, Holly Fulger as Lainie Rutter, Christopher Curry as Barry Henning, Ray LaTulipe as Josh Astrachan and Billy Concha as Officer Miller.
"Divorce, Detective Style" is written by Bill Clark and Keith Eisner with teleplay by Keith Eisner. The episode is directed by Mark Tinker.
"NYPD Blue" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound.
This program carries a TV-14,D,L parental guideline. It contains adult language. Viewer discretion is advised.