THE TEENAGE BROTHER OF A FALLEN SOLDIER IS SUSPECTED
IN THE MURDER OF AN ARMY SERGEANT, ON ABC'S "NYPD BLUE"
"Sergeant Sipowicz' Lonely Hearts Club Band " - When a U.S. Army sergeant is shot to death, Clark suspects the brother of a soldier killed in Iraq. Meanwhile, a homeless man is found dead in a dumpster, and Medavoy's new girlfriend, Brigid Scofield (Mary Page Keller), makes him an offer he can't refuse, on "NYPD Blue" TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 (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, Rebecca Lowman as Angela Payson, Lesley Fera as Debra Campo, Jeffery Sams as Steve Nutting, Tegan West as Oren Dixon, Lou Myers as King Tut, Sean Marguette as Paul Corbelli, Mary Page Keller as Brigid Scofield, Jon Manfrellotti as Ed Corbelli, Joe Nieves ad Roy Gonzales, Andrew Sikking as desk sergeant, Ernie Grunwald as Jonas Grissom, Jernard Burks as Clarence Bell, Scott Hamm as Officer Akins, John C. McDonnell as Carl Payson, Lacey Kohl as Lara Kent, Anthony Azizi as Nestor Duarte and Andre Marellous as desk sergeant.
"Sergeant Sipowicz' Lonely Hearts Club Band" is written by Bill Clark and Tom Szentgyorgyi, with teleplay by Szentgyorgyi. The episode is directed by John Hyams.
"NYPD Blue" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound.
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