JONES AND CRAIG WOODRUFF COMPETE FOR CUSTODY OF MICHAEL,
AND BALE BUSTS MEDAVOY FOR MOONLIGHTING, ON ABC'S "NYPD BLUE"
"My Dinner with Andy" - A material witness in a murder case is beaten in an alley, Medavoy's job is at risk when he's caught moonlighting as a bar bouncer, and Jones wants custody of Michael - but so does the boy's felonious father -- on "NYPD Blue," TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 (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 Cyrus Farmer as Craig Woodruff, Andre Jamal Kinney as Michael Woodruff, Clare Wren as Lucy Welker, Kathryn Meisle as Janet Welker, Salli Richardson Whitfield as Bobbi Kingston, Barry Shabaka Henley as Archie Day, Jude Ciccolella as Simon Kerensky, Larry Pointdexter as Barrett Gooden, Richard Herd as Jimmy McGowan, Michael Olifiers as Carl Melon, Lisa Lackey as A.D.A. Munson, Kate Mulligan as Emily Friedman, Victor Raider Wexler as Judge Kolisch, Christopher Amitrano as Lou DaSilva, Joe Sabatino as uniform, Matt Gottlieb as bystander and Tamara Taylor as Bobbi Kingston.
"My Dinner with Andy" was written by Bill Clark and Tom Szentgyorgyi, with teleplay by Tom Szentgyorygi, and directed by Kevin Hooks.
"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,L parental guideline. It contains adult language. Viewer discretion is advised.