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The Bookie and the Kooky Cookie 

Simone and Sipowicz search for a killer of a bookie in which Mike Roberts returns to offer his help. Meanwhile, Donna returns from her long vacation trip to resume her position at the ... See full summary »

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... Det. Bobby Simone
... Det. Andy Sipowicz
... Lt. Arthur Fancy
... Det. James Martinez
... A.D.A. Sylvia Costas
... Det. Greg Medavoy
... Donna Abandando
... Det. Diane Russell
... Joyce Novak
... Wanda Padzik
... Earl Padzik
... John Irvin
... Mike Roberts
... Bartender
... Calendar D.A.
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Simone and Sipowicz search for a killer of a bookie in which Mike Roberts returns to offer his help. Meanwhile, Donna returns from her long vacation trip to resume her position at the station and her temp, John Irvin, gives everyone farewell greeting cards when he is moved to the anti-crime lab upstairs. But Donna continues to treat Medavoy with resentment which leads to him thinking that she might be finished with him. Simone's obsessive witness, Joyce Novak, goes too far when Simone rejects her advances after he tells her that she will not testify in the upcoming trial. This leads to Joyce attempting to murder Diane Russell when she correctly assumes that she and Simone are romantically involved. Sipowicz and Sylvia meet with the priest to help with their wedding and later she hears a story about what has contributed to Sipowicz's loss of faith. Written by Anonymous

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9 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Det. Andy Sipowicz: I worked a case once. A couple's kid was missing. A 14-month old kid. He wondered away in a park, and we're looking everywhere, and there's flyers we got out, they're interviewed on the radio. The guy's a dog trainer in from the Midwest who came here so he could take this special course with a German Shepherd that he's got. And the wife's half an oilier. You can tell that she likes to drink. I'm just getting this bad feeling about the both of them. So, I go at her a little bit. ...
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