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The Nasty Boys are a special unit of the Las Vegas Police Department. The unit consists of undercover cops and their identities are withheld, even from the department. They only answer to their boss, Lt. Krieger, who in turn only answers to the Chief. And if there is ever an instance that they have to bust the people they are working on, they wear ninja type outfits to conceal their identities. Written by
That's right, High Mountain Rangers sucked! It sucked Big TIME!!! And I don't mean Maybe!!!!! Robert Conrad basically couldn't act, for some silly reason, and neither could his sons! The only reason to watch this show was Robin, the hot looking Swedish Babe with blonde hair and blue eyes... After her, there wasn't much but the stupid dialog, and bad acting... That was only the first season. In the second season, Robin left the show, and so did the majority of the audience... Conrad should have stuck to acting... Oh, yes... Back to the Nasty Boys. It was PC claptrap. Craptrap, too, due to the Politically Correct movement back then...
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