Homicide: Life on the Street (1993–1999)
A poster can be seen at NBC's room.
Promoted during Larry's interview with Daniel Baldwin.
Mentioned by Larry.
Frank Pembleton and Tim Bayliss come to New York to assist in the investigation of a subway gas attack in a crossover that concludes on Homicide: Life on the Street: For God and Country (1996).
Harry mentions the show while Dick is being tied up.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Belzer talks about a funny incident while filming the show
UK scheduling discussed
John Munch and Paul Falsone come to New York to assist in the investigation of a teen model found dead in a two-part episode that concludes on Homicide: Life on the Street: Baby, It's You (1997).
Det. John Munch appears
Carly mentions the series
John Munch and Rene Sheppard come to New York to assist in the investigation of a Government worker's murder in a two-part episode that concludes on Homicide: Life on the Street: Sideshow (1999).
Munch says he's never going back to Baltimore.
Det. John Munch appears
Det. Munch references his time on the Baltimore police force by saying he spent seven years in Homicide.
one character mentions the series
Sala mentions "Homicide" and says that Yaphet Kotto's one of the finest actors working today.
referenced in documentary
Belzer discusses reprising his "H: LOTS" role on "SVU"
Detective John Munch appears
John Munch appears in Baltimore and mentions he owned a bar
Mentioned in dialogue
Betsy getting stuck in the toilet and having her internal organs sucked out is likely a reference to the "Subway" episode of "Homicide: Life in the Street". In that episode, a character played by Vincent D'Onofrio is pinned between a subway car and the platform and kept alive until fireman eventually move the subway car.
Listed on the TV listing.
Clark Johnson makes a cameo appearance as Meldrick Lewis. In the final scene, Munch answers the phone and says "Homicide".
Andre Braugher talks about his former series
Title mentioned during Democratic Debate Cold Open
Joel Fitzgerald is in the interview room talking Detective Marcus Bell and Captain Thomas Greyson. He asks, "What do you call this room? Is this the Box?" "The Box" is what the detectives on Homicide: Life on the Street (1993) called their interview room. Reed Diamond, who plays Fitzgerald, played Detective Mike Kellerman on Homicide: Life on the Street (1993).
Seth mentions the series and Richard Belzer's role as John Munch
Melissa Leo talks about playing a female detective in '90s Baltimore
Referenced in television review
cop show distortion and tropes
Frank Pembleton is an example of the "Crusader".
Homicide: Life on Sesame Street parody