A shady homeless man, named Lou, comes to the station thinking he's a werewolf and demands to be locked up into a cell before he kills someone when the night comes. However, things take a ... See full summary »

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A shady homeless man, named Lou, comes to the station thinking he's a werewolf and demands to be locked up into a cell before he kills someone when the night comes. However, things take a turn when Kelly investigates Lou when he may be a witness in the murder of a nine-year-old immigrant boy. Meanwhile, Sipowicz is visited by his long-estranged son, Andy Sipowicz, Jr. with his fiancée, Patty Constance, an older woman who Sipowicz discovers that she has been cheating on Andy Jr. Elsewhere, Giardella is killed in his hotel room by a Mafia button man dressed as a window washer before he can testify to a grand jury against his superiors and Laura finds herself the only witness to the murder. Written by Anonymous

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First appearance of Andy Sipowicz Jr. (Michael DeLuise). See more »

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A.D.A. Sylvia Costas: Normally, I would be very happy with the package, but in this instance, I am a little concerned.
Det. John Kelly: In the area of...?
A.D.A. Sylvia Costas: Does it need saying, Detective Kelly? My chief witness thinks that he is a furry carnivore.
Det. John Kelly: Let me tell you something about Lou. He has his ways, but down deep...
A.D.A. Sylvia Costas: ...he's a stand-up wolf.
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References The Wolf Man (1941) See more »

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NYPD Blue Theme
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