NYPD Blue (1993–2005)
The character of John Irvin originally appeared on NYPD Blue
Servo: Iowa P.D. Blue.
Shawn asks Cory and Eric if they have ever seen "NYPD Blue".
Spoken of by the mayor at a press conference.
Fran refers to actor David Caruso in relation to being a New York City police officer.
Shawn refers to the series when Mr. Turner asks for a modern example with as much love, sex, and slander as "Much Ado About Nothing".
The show is mentioned by name.
Peggy: "Shop at Home Network? I'd like to order your 'NYPD Blue' naked-butt salt and pepper shakers."
When Zoey sees the cops she comments, "It's just like NYPD Blue except they have their pants on."
Homer says he wishes he were Detective Sipowicz.
One of the programs listed on the KMUP station line-up chart is "NYPD Green"
Harry mentions the show after first meeting Don.
Krusty says that his "NYPD Shoe" segment is much the same as his "Mad about Shoe" sketch.
Tom: "Later, on 'NYPD Grey'"
Austin mentions 'NYPD Shag'
Det. James Martinez appears
"Does this mean we have to see Dennis Franz's butt"
Mike: I can't believe they're showing Dennis Franz's butt.
Charlie (awkwardly shaking his camera while filming): "I got a great shot of the limo pulling away - very 'NYPD Blue'!"
When Squad Car 72 pulls up beside them, Shawn says, "It's Sipowicz."
"NYPD Blue-berry pie..."
Title reference in "NYPD BOO."
While impersonating a cop, Phoebe has to name another cop she works with and the only name she can think of is "Sipowicz"
mentioned when talking about David Caruso
Furio mentions watching "PD Blue" on Italian TV.
Lily calls Harrison detective Sipowicz.
Jor calls Tony "Sipowicz".
Courtney calls Alex "NYPD blue."
referenced in documentary
Mentioned in Live with Regis and Kelly
mentions parts (not actually) played by character Johny Drama (while it's performer Kevin Dillon did)
Mentioned by 'Peter O'Toole' (Jude Law)
Cast on stage at an upfront gathering.
Shelly makes mention of the show
"Looks like NYPD Blue"
"How many episodes of NYPD Blue did you have to watch..."
Lorelai talks about a plotline from the show involving Sipowicz's son.
Mentioned by the writers.
correct response in "Arresting Television" category
correct response in "TV D.O.A." category
NYPD Blue is mentioned
Jane complains that all of them are just a bunch of gunmen that all they do is watch this TV Show
"Yo, check you, all "MPD Blue'."
"I like 'NYPD Blue'."
Referenced by name
Bill references this show because of a controversial episode in the 1990's.
Listed as one of Debrah Farentino's credits.
Martha says that she appeared on this show
Flack is sprinkled with blue dust from the Indian Color Festival. He notes it by saying "NYPD Blue".
Mentioned by Seth in connection with Dennis Franz
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "TV Sole Dads"
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "The Comeback Kids"
Subject of a $500 question
Included in a $10,000 question
Reference to Dennis Franz's role in a $500 question
When Messer and Flack talk to Rufus, Rufus calls Flack "Sipowicz". Andy Sipowicz ('Dennis Franz') was the central character on "NYPD Blue".
Referenced by name
Mentioned while introducing Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Chelsea mentions the show by name.
Shawn refers to Henry as "Sipowicz."
Jon likens Castle to NYPD.
Brogan's article is entitled "NYPD Blech".
"Angela, I thought we had a breakfast plan, but you didn't show. Oh well, maybe I got mixed up. Ok, same message on your cell. Call me when you get this.:
Korsak calls the dog "Sipowicz."
Dustin refers to the series.
Mentioned by Jimmy as he introduces Mark-Paul Gosselaar
clips from this show are used in this special
Featured in documentary about this show
A clip from this show appears.
Oops called: David Caruso: Adieu to "NYPD Blue" (1993)
Footage from this TV show was edited into this mini-series.
Features clip from the movie
Various clips from this show are featured in the interview segment with Gosselaar.
Clips are used
Andy Sipowicz is an example of the "Crusader".
Snob alludes to it. Also, footage of this television series is shown.
The cover of the MAD magazine that Bart reads has an "NYPD Blue" spoof on it that reads "NYPD Blech."
Wyatt "leaps" into a police station with similar camera work and a Sipowicz-esque character.
The episode's cold open recap sequence is a parody of NYPD Blue's "shaky camera" technique.
NYDP Blues is a parody of this show,
Andy Sipowicz shows a suspect his ass in order to get him to talk
The policeman is based on the main character from NYPD Blue.
Phil uses shakey camera shots like in the show when making the commercial.