Nash Bridges (1996–2001)
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Apocalypse Nash 

Nash butts heads with a cop whom Nash thinks is dirty. When he kills him and two other cops, he arrested because there's some personal stuff between them which is believed to be the actual ... See full summary »

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Insp. Joe Dominguez
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Nick Bridges (credit only)
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Evan Cortez (as Jaime P. Gomez)
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Cassidy Bridges (credit only)
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Commissioner Debra Woods
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Paul Avery
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Lt. Darren Isley
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David Pembrook
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Rebecca Taylor
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Caitlin Cross
Lawrence Radecker ...
Hubert Fine
Craig Lewis ...
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Nash butts heads with a cop whom Nash thinks is dirty. When he kills him and two other cops, he arrested because there's some personal stuff between them which is believed to be the actual motive for their feud. Bettina is assigned to defend Nash and he brings in a cop from Internal Afffairs, Caitlin Cross to find out the truth. But she's operating under the assumption that Nash is guilty. Nash also claims that he thinks that there was another man at the shoot out, who got away, whom he thinks is their partner. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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23 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Insp. Harvey Leek: That looks suspicious as hell.
[to Evan after they see a shadow quickly pass curtains in a house]
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References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »

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