A hybrid reality/docu-drama series that follows the Parcoses, a New York City family that runs their own private investigation firm.




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Series cast summary:
Danielle Parco ...  Herself 13 episodes, 2005-2006
Vinny Parco Vinny Parco ...  Himself 8 episodes, 2005-2006
Vinny Parco Jr. Vinny Parco Jr. ...  Himself 8 episodes, 2005-2006
Carol Parco Carol Parco ...  Herself 6 episodes, 2005-2006
Chris Parco Chris Parco ...  Himself 6 episodes, 2005-2006
Cher Cosenza ...  Private Investigator / ... 6 episodes, 2005
Sherry Hwang Sherry Hwang ...  Private Investigator 5 episodes, 2005-2006


A hybrid reality/docu-drama series that follows the Parcoses, a New York City family that runs their own private investigation firm.

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Real P.I. Real Stories. And a family that 's always on his case.





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Court TV





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28 August 2005 (USA) See more »

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An ergonomically-sound show
10 October 2005 | by endicottcoolmossSee all my reviews

Reality shows suck; Court TV does not suck, however I can channel surf while watching Court TV. That was not the case today Monday, Oct. 10, 2005. Court TV decided to take the day off and provide ten hours of Parco P.I., a show I had never viewed before today. I had seen a few advertisements, but disregarded them because; who needs another reality show? After checking the release dates, I discovered it's been airing since Aug. 28, 2005.

I have been watching nonstop since this morning without eating, answering the door and telephone or surfing the channels. That is unusual, but all is not lost; I am able to still surf the Net while watching. I read a review on the IMDb web site and it must have been written by someone unveiled in one of Parco's cases. Who gives a crap about actual footage or any of the other crap that that person complained about. If you want actual footage, watch the Apprentice. That show use to be watch- able until the main emphasis shifted to 90% on the stupid people. Don't get me wrong, I understand how protagonist vs. antagonist, drama and conflict captivate an audience, but enough on the Dumb and Dumber highlights. They should just edit out all the footwork and produce shows that just include board-room scenes with Trump and his right-hand lady.

Guys, I'm no expert, but to me it seems that with this Parco thing you all have a hit. And, comparing it to other reality shows, it's should be a mega-hit. Hopefully for you the extra ordinary popular delusions and the madness of crowds will shift their interests from their morbid craving for the obliviously-unmindful characters to the sensitively-preceptive and penetrating characters of Parco and crew.

However, if our next major shift is not towards viewing audiences who desire to see the movers and shakers who uncover injustices and settle grievances; well, Parco and crew may be a little bit ahead of their time. Besides, who the hell wants to watch a show where we can pick up a few points and tips on cleverness and common sense.

This Parco guy has more heart and stage presence than Trump has ever had. Hey, I like watching Trump and what he has to say, but I get this fundamental gut feeling that Parco's values and standards are in a different ball park--a winning ball park! Good luck. On a 1 to 10 scale, I give it a 20.

Consummately, Michael Pasquarelli

P.S. it's three o'clock; thank God for the reruns, now I can eat.

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