This flashy cop series is all about the bicycle patrol of the Santa Monica Police Department, in which the officers and their flashy equipment are as young and casual as their work area, mainly the beach, and as agile and well-trained on their bikes as traditional mounted police on horseback. The bulk of their work is prevention and petty crime, such as pickpockets and purse-snatchers, but of course the more spectacular atypical cases, often one-offs, sometimes even involving the FBI, get extra attention. No less attention is paid to the relationships between all these hotshots (some change during the series), young and ambitious, sexy and horny, so there's lots of temptation, amorous and professional rivalry, conflicting personal and professional interests. Of course this causes most worries for their commanding Lieutenant, usually the one who has to deal with the regular hierarchy above him, originally Anthony Palermo, later on the very former rookie who long gave him most cause for concern, Terence "T.C." Callaway. —KGF Vissers
Bring back Pacific Blue!
I love Pacific Blue and this definitely needs a complete DVD release package with director and cast commentary please. Perhaps a reboot or something like that please. Sure, the acting wasn't Emmy stuff, but still it was entertaining and always watchable. Love the scenery. Hard to imagine Pacific Blue being filmed in a place like perpetually drizzly Carlisle in England. Still, maybe Pacific Blue can bring a lot of warmth to cold and damp places.
- Feb 26, 2020
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