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Hearts and Souls 

Sipowicz helps his ex-wife deal with a drunk-driving violation. Simone's body rapidly succumbs to infection in the wake of his heart transplant.

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Det. Bobby Simone
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Lt. Arthur Fancy
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Det. Diane Russell
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Det. Greg Medavoy
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Det. James Martinez
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Det. Jill Kirkendall
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Patsy Ferrara
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Dr. Victor Carreras
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Dolores Mayo
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Katie Sipowicz
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Dr. Swan
David Kriegel ...
Mitchell Wolf
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John Irvin
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Sipowicz helps his ex-wife deal with a drunk-driving violation. Simone's body rapidly succumbs to infection in the wake of his heart transplant.

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24 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jimmy Smits did not comment on his Season 6 departure from his role as Det. Bobby Simone, only saying "it was time to do something else" and agreeing to a five-episode story arc to properly let the character say goodbye. Speculation ran amok as to what was going on, but years later Smits told the whole story: he found series creator David Milch's creative and writing style so erratic and exhausting that he needed to take a break from both the show and acting altogether for a little while. See more »

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SPOILER: At the end of each episode the executive producers, Steven Bochco and David Milch, names usually appear as white letters with a black background. In this episode however,, they appear with black letters against a while background!. See more »

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Referenced in How to Get Away with Murder: We're Not Friends (2014) See more »

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