Nash Bridges: Season 5, Episode 4

Girl Trouble (15 Oct. 1999)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Action, Crime, Drama
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Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to ... See full summary »

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Nick Bridges (credit only)
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Insp. Evan Cortez (as Jaime P. Gomez)
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Mark Hicks / Frankie Dwyer
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Desmond Kenner
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Mia Costello
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Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy. Written by Hollywood Yoda

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Caitlin Cross: What the hell is that?
Insp. Harvey Leek: Disco Inferno! You remember? The Trampps? Yeah, Disco Inferno. do you hear that? I maintain that the energy underneath that melody is exactly the same as the energy underneath some of Jerry's work during the Rolling Stones period. Except for the disco part.
[casually drinking coffee as Caitlin cough from the smoke]
Caitlin Cross: Yeah, I understand. Where the hell is it coming from?
Insp. Harvey Leek: I don't know. If you figure it out, tell us.
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