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NYPD Blue: Zeppo Marks Brothers

Witnesses to a murder are killed in cold blood on the street, leading the detectives to scramble to rebuild their case against the Olivas.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x18
Production Number: 0K20/5120
Airdate: Tuesday March 22nd, 1994



Guest Stars
Anna GunnAnna Gunn
As Kimmy
Recurring
David Harris (2)David Harris (2)
As Off. Donny Simmons
Recurring
Gail OGail O'Grady
As Donna Abandando
Recurring
Gordon ClappGordon Clapp
As Det. Greg Medavoy
Recurring
James HandyJames Handy
As Borough Commander Haverill
Recurring
Leland OrserLeland Orser
As Zeppo Marchansky
Recurring
Michael HarneyMichael Harney
As Mike Roberts
Recurring
Robert CicchiniRobert Cicchini
As Nicky Constantino
Recurring
Sharon LawrenceSharon Lawrence
As ADA Sylvia Costas
Recurring
Vincent GuastaferroVincent Guastaferro
As Sgt. Vincent Agostini
Recurring
Carlos PalominoCarlos Palomino
As Jesus Cepeda
George AlvarezGeorge Alvarez
As Nando Cepeda
Grace HightowerGrace Hightower
As ESU Woman
Howard FrenchHoward French
As D.A. Det. #2
Ken KermanKen Kerman
As D.A. Det. #1
Kyle SecorKyle Secor
As Dr. Danny Schrager
Reece HollandReece Holland
As Cat Dancer
Main Cast
Dennis FranzDennis Franz
As Det./Sgt. Andy Sipowicz
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Det. John Kelly
Sherry StringfieldSherry Stringfield
As Laura Michaels
Amy BrennemanAmy Brenneman
As PO Janice Licalsi
Nicholas TurturroNicholas Turturro
As Det. James Martinez
James McDanielJames McDaniel
As Lt. Arthur Fancy
Cultural References
Title: Zeppo Marks Brothers

The Marx Brothers were a highly successful and hilarious comedy team from the early days of film. Originally started as a vaudeville act, there were five brothers, never all part of the act together. The original four were known by the stage names Groucho, Harpo, Gummo, and Chico. Gummo, unlike the others, did not enjoy being onstage, and quit, to be replaced by the youngest of the five, known as Zeppo. When talking films came along, their popularity took off, and they released a succession of well-received and profitable films, starting with a filmed version of their stage play, The Cocoanuts (1929) and reaching their peak with A Night At The Opera(1935) and A Day At The Races(1937). Groucho is one of the more recognizable characters of American film, and went on to host a classic game/quiz show throughout the 1950s called, You Bet Your Life.



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