Two NYPD Cops who never shut up debate mundane topics such as coffee, cologne, and who's got a gluten allergy.
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Scott Baker Scott Baker ...  Officer Baker 16 episodes, 2015-2016
Tom Malloy ...  Officer Malloy 16 episodes, 2015-2016
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Midtown is based on the true cop stories of former NYPD cop turned improv comedian Scott Baker. The show features Scott and Tom Malloy, star of the film Love N' Dancing (Dir: Rob Iscove) and graduate of the famous IoWest Improv Training center in Los Angeles. The series features real cop banter, and is based on situational humor related to being a cop in the NYPD. All of the dialogue is unscripted, and relies only on the improv comedy talents of Baker and Malloy. Written by Anonymous

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Well Worth Your Time
15 May 2020 | by LilCProductions-CASee all my reviews

This show is hilarious. Each episode is about 10 minutes. There are two characters. They are partners in the NYPD. They debate gluten-free food, Caribbean vacations, cake etiquette, zoo animals and more, all while being hilariously but endearingly politically incorrect (well, Baker anyway). It's too bad this little gem wasn't picked up by Comedy Central or Adult Swim or something. With a little investment in production values, I could see this being a hit. Anyway, give it a try. You'll laugh out load at least once per episode. If you don't like it, you won't have lost too much time.


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6 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Rochester, New York, USA

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