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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
This show had a good cast; Dennis Franz and Benjamin Bratt, but it didn't last very long. It was bit stereotypical: the asian cop owned a martial arts dojo, colombians were drug pushers, african-americans were crack addicts, etc. However, it had great story lines, good character development, and great action sequences. The producer of this show, Dick Wolf, later added Benjamin Bratt to another of his long running vehicles, Law & Order. It just wasn't given enough time to develop.
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