SIPOWICZ UNCOVERS EVIDENCE BELONGING TO BALE IN A SUSPECT'S HOME,
CLARK PROTECTS A.D.A MUNSON FROM A LECHEROUS JUDGE, AND THE
BROTHER OF AN UP AND COMING BASKETBALL PLAYER IS A SUSPECT
IN A DRIVE-BY SHOOTING, ON ABC'S "NYPD BLUE"
"Bale Out" - Sipowicz finds Bale's credit card in a crime suspect's home and has to confront Bale with his findings. Meanwhile, a respected attorney is shot to death in his car, Ortiz and Murphy investigate a drive-by shooting at a basketball court, Clark accompanies A.D.A. Munson to a party honoring a lecherous judge, and Medavoy has a lunch date, on "NYPD Blue" TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14 (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 Lisa Lackey as A.D.A. Munson, Mary Page Keller as Brigid Scofield, Arjay Smith as Tyler Newell, Ricky Harris as Stanley Newell, Marcus Brown as Byron, Michael Anthony Scott as Kevin, Jesse D. Goins as Marcus Dayton, Carl Anthony Payne as Lucas Benchley, Byron Cotton as Pee Wee, David Garrison as Dr. Russell Fain, Chad Allen as Kyle Tanner, Steven Anderson as Howard Serny, Michael Kagan as Judge Lasak, Joseph Carberry as uniform sergeant, Hugh Holub as attorney, Robert Clotworthy as Roger, Sam Moyer as waiter and Gary A. Rodriguez as uniform.
"Bale Out" story by Bill Clark and Keith Eisner with teleplay by Keith Eisner. The episode is directed by Jake Paltrow.
"NYPD Blue" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound.
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