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NYPD Blue: Large Mouth Bass

The detectives investigate the brutal murder of a young woman. Their investigation leads to one main suspect – Derrick Cobb, the girl’s former stepfather. Simone worries that one of his close friends, Raymond diSalvo, has gotten involved in drug dealing at a dance club. Lesniak investigates con artist Mac McClellan.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x12
Production Number: 0V12/5212
Airdate: Tuesday February 07th, 1995

Director: Charles Haid
Writer: Theresa Rebeck


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Guest Stars
Al Sapienza
As Tommy
Recurring
Bill Clark (2)
As Det. McDermott
Recurring
Carmine Caridi
As Det. Vince Gotelli
Recurring
Christopher Spiro
As Uniform Cop
Recurring
James Luca McBride
As Off. Mike Shannon
Recurring
Jay Acovone
As Raymond DiSalvo
Recurring
Jeff Allin
As Mac McClellan
Recurring
Justine Miceli
As Det. Adrianne Lesniak
Recurring
Larry Joshua
As Capt. Clifford Bass
Recurring
Lenny Citrano
As Det. Sharma
Recurring
Melina Kanakaredes
As Benita Alden
Recurring
Vincent Guastaferro
As Sgt. Vincent Agostini
Recurring
Al Pugliese
As Supervisor Kozyck
Barbara Pilavin
As Mrs. Brooks
Jim Youngs
As Det. Mulligan
Lynn Wanlass
As Lisa Machurski
Michael Champion
As Derrick Cobb
Ralph Seymour
As Richard Herman Esq.
Shirley Knight
As Agnes Cantwell
Main Cast
Dennis Franz
As Det./Sgt. Andy Sipowicz
Gordon Clapp
As Det. Greg Medavoy
Nicholas Turturro
As Det. James Martinez
James McDaniel
As Lt. Arthur Fancy
Gail O'Grady
As Donna Abandando
Sharon Lawrence
As ADA Sylvia Costas
Jimmy Smits
As Det. Bobby Simone
Warning: NYPD Blue season 2 episode 12 guide may contain spoilers
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