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Nash (Don Johnson) is a smart-alecky police inspector, who's seen fighting crime on the streets of San Francisco, California, while driving around in his screaming yellow 1970ish Plymouth Hemi Barracuda. He's the typical super-cop on the beat, who always wins in the end. Unfortunately, his personal relationships leave much to be desired. He has two ex-wives, a sixteen-year-old daughter needing a lot of supervision, and a father with Alzheimer's disease who keeps getting kicked out of retirement homes and dropping by to visit.Written by
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I enjoyed watching Nash Bridges, when I was stoned enough. It was flashy, had amusing actors and wonderful location shots. It brought back my days as a bicycle messenger in SF.
My father-in-law, an ex-cop born and raised in San Francisco, despised the show as utter bull####. I suspect his opinion reflected the views of many cops. Why isn't Bridges in a chain of command? Why aren't reports filed whenever a firearm is fired? Ah, reality is superfluous here. Just enjoy the flash.
For viewers who are sufficiently stoned, and unaware of the realities of police work, Nash Bridges is great fun.
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