Paul Gigante leaves the FBI to be a detective for the rural Bakersfield, California P.D. But the sophisticated Gigante (Giancarlo Esposito, Do the Right Thing (1989)) has more trouble ... See full summary »
A cruising area takes on majestic proportions as we discover Greek-esque male bodies in the forest. The sonnets 18, 57, 20 by William Shakespeare add to the Midsummer Nights Dream like ambiance of the film.
Kevin and Jamie are two roommates. Kevin is irresponsible and sloppy, but compared to super-slob and slacker Jamie, Kevin looks almost anal-retentive. While both are content to wallow in ... See full summary »
The Southern California Poker Tour was the first television program of its kind, featuring amateur poker players in events with prize pools in excess of $100,000. Complete with overhead and "hole-card" cams. Wild poker action!
When Andrew Sterling, a successful black urbanite writer buys a vacation home on a resort in New England the police mistake him for a burglar. After surrounding his home with armed men, ... See full summary »
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Paul Gigante leaves the FBI to be a detective for the rural Bakersfield, California P.D. But the sophisticated Gigante (Giancarlo Esposito, Do the Right Thing (1989)) has more trouble trading opera for the Bakersfield Sound, than he imagined. To his bored fellow officers, especially not-so-good old boy Denny Boyer ('Chris Mulkey' of Twin Peaks (1990)), the professional, dedicated city slicker's way harder to figure out than even the most diabolical cow-napping. Written by
I've got a petition going and will be regularly emailing Fox for a good reason why we can't get this great show on DVD!
Here's the petition link: www.petitiononline.com/mod_perl/signed.cgi?bpdondvd
Sadly my memory of it is fading - I rely on friends to remind me of the great bits. How sad is that?
And all the time, Fox have got the tapes somewhere, gathering dust. Since axing this Fox have discovered the power of DVD to bring back shows - like Family Guy - so if they released this it might not only be a success, but it might be successful enough to warrant a new series!
Come on Fox! You won't even have to do any advertising, the whole internet word-of-mouth thing will sell thousands of copies.
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