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Internal Affairs begins to investigate Kelly and Sipowicz's arresting of the officers they caught robbing drug dealer's apartments, then they begin looking into Kelly's handling of the notebook that was part of Medavoy's case. Janice's murder trial continues where she takes the witness stand to give an emotional testimony about her reluctant involvement with the mob and is sent to prison with a two-year sentence. Meanwhile, Kelly and Sipowicz investigate a double murder. Written by Anonymous

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18 October 1994 (USA)  »

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In interviews taken shortly after Amy left the series, the actress revealed that she was essentially fired from the series thanks in due part to David Caruso's departure. Janice was so tied to John Kelly that when David left that left nothing for the character.

From GQ Magazine Dec. 1995:

QUOTE: "I'd like to say I planned [to quit], but I was fired. My character demanded so much attention, and without David Caruso what was I? They tried putting Janice behind a desk. But she's a mob chick. So they wrote me off the show." See more »

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Norman Gardner: You girls know the rules: your homework is late, I have to spank you.
Denise: We know.
Norman Gardner: Well, get in the position.
Denise: [spanked] Ouch.
Suzie: [spanked] Ouch!
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References Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) See more »

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NYPD Blue Theme
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Composed by Mike Post
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