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Serena Williams Chases After Man Who Steals Her Cell Phone at a Restaurant

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“He began to run, but I was too fast”

Serena Williams was enjoying Chinese food when someone stole her phone.

Tennis star Serena Williams was dining at an unidentified Chinese restaurant when someone tried to snatch her phone. The thief had no idea that she wouldn’t let him get away with it.

“I was sitting enjoying some Chinese food (delicious may I add), and this guy stands next to me…,” Williams wrote on a Facebook post, “…and something (I have now dubbed it my SUPERHERO sense) told me to watch him. My phone was sitting in the chair but I just didn't feel right. He was there too long. I looked at the chair, then shouted, ‘Oh my gosh, that dude took my phone!’”

Williams continued in the post, “I jumped up, weaved my way in and out of the cozy restaurant (leaping over a chair or two), and chased him down. He began to run, but I was too fast (those sprints came in handy). I was upon him in a flash!”

When Williams tracked the thief down, she asked if he “accidentally” took the wrong phone. He fumbled to reply, but eventually said he did, indeed, grab the wrong phone. Once she returned to the restaurant with her recovered phone, she received a standing ovation.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18March 29, 1996 ( 1996-03-29 ) May 17, 1996 ( 1996-05-17 )
223September 13, 1996 ( 1996-09-13 ) May 2, 1997 ( 1997-05-02 )
323September 19, 1997 ( 1997-09-19 ) May 15, 1998 ( 1998-05-15 )
424September 25, 1998 ( 1998-09-25 ) May 14, 1999 ( 1999-05-14 )
522September 24, 1999 ( 1999-09-24 ) May 19, 2000 ( 2000-05-19 )
622October 6, 2000 ( 2000-10-06 ) May 4, 2001 ( 2001-05-04 )

Season 1 (1996) Edit

Nash poses as an undercover computer chip buyer to bust a black market criminal ring that recently stole $2 million worth of the chips.

A ruthless home invasion gang brutally attacks a Chinese family, killing the father, a move that confuses Nash and the SIU.

Nash and the SIU team respond to a bomb threat against Mayor Bobbie Werksman. In a tenement, they find the bomb, but accidentally trigger the timer.

While investigating a gang shootout, Nash discovers that the weapon used for the job is the Army's recently disappeared man-portable, anti-tank system: The Javelin.

On the way to an undercover purchase of some heavy industrial equipment from some Russian gangsters and carrying $300,000 of the city's money, Inspector Harvey Leek vanishes, and the money vanishes with him.

A high-priority case begins the day Nash plans to take a belated honeymoon with Kelly, putting him on the trail of San Francisco's most notorious bookie and renegade FBI officer, #9 on the Most-Wanted List.

Also starring: Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Lisa witnesses a murder, but there is no evidence afterward to prove what she saw.

Season 2 (1996–97) Edit

Nash and the SIU find themselves chasing after renegade Internal Affairs cops after unwittingly triggering one of their investigations.

Joe is exposed to a dangerous virus at a bio-lab, which is a crime scene of a drug theft in which the thief was also exposed, threatening the entire city. The SIU must find the thief, who also has the virus's cure.

Nash must track down two escapees from a hijacked bus full of San Quentin prisoners, one being a para-military activist who seeks bitter revenge on Nash.

While a professional robber and his crew hit San Francisco and conduct a series of crimes, Nash slips into the role of private eye as he hunts down the missing car of the San Fran Giant.

A world-renowned hit-man has been hired to kill the chief witness in a far reaching drug prosecution. However, this man is Nash's childhood friend gone wrong.

Nash and Joe trail two brothers who are heirs to a Mafia family to make matters things worse, one of them used to be involved with Kelly.

While on their way home, Nash and his fellow SIU cops are caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous train heist.

While Joe goes undercover to capture a drug dealer, Nash goes head-to-head with the notorious San Fran serial killer: Zodiac, who has not made an appearance in twenty years.

Nash is stuck with an eleven-year-old delinquent who's the link to busting a drug kingpin, while Joe is reunited with his own son, J.J.

Nash and Joe find themselves striking a deal with gangland money launderer Carlos Casas, offering him freedom in exchange for his testimony.

Special guest star: Tracey Walter as Angel

Nash and Joe must help and follow a police custody escapee named David Chung, who seeks bitter revenge when his parents are murdered.

The SIU team is trapped at the office on Christmas Eve, as they finish wrapping up a murder investigation and prostitution case. Joe freaks when Nash's 'Cuda is stolen while he is getting it detailed.

Nash and Joe realize that there is a leak in the prosecution team as they escort a key witness who has joined the Witness Protection Program to San Fran, while Cassidy decides to go out with J.J. (Stephen Berra)

Joe goes undercover inside State Prison to bring down a ruthless Mexican gang leader who put out a hit (from behind bars) on a SFPD undercover cop who had infiltrated the Mexican Mafia. Nash runs the investigation on the outside, hoping to fulfill a promise to the dead man's widow by catching the trigger man. Naturally he'll have to overcome the distraction caused by Nick, putting together his will, who discovers some long-forgotten wealth.

Nash and the SIU uncover a counterfeitering group where the money is top-of-the-line Supernote quality. Moving in to bust the group, they discover a fake SIU gang impersonating the police. Cooperation becomes tense as suspicions abound over who and what to trust. In the interim, as Nick gets in over his head financially with his horse costs, Nash reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on an off-duty case searching for a Super Bowl ring. However, Nash and Joe soon find themselves impersonating a gay couple as the case develops differently from Nash's expectations.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler, Sherman Howard, John Diehl and Stephen Lee as Tony B.

Nash busts computer hacker/robber, Andy, and discovers Andy's committed the crime because his wife has been kidnapped. The crew of crooks want Andy's hacker skills as their ransom. The SIU must work to save the woman and bring down the crew before their daring daytime robbery is successful. Meanwhile, Nash and Whitney finally consummate their relationship.

Nash's sister, Stacy (Angela Dohrmann), is robbed, forcing her to come out of the closet as a lesbian. Nash deals with his own secret romance with Nick's nurse Whitney. The fallout from these family revelations takes place while Nash tracks down a kinky couple responsible for the robberies.

Guest starring: Angela Dohrmann, with Robert Carradine and Kate Vernon as Whitney Thomas

When Cassidy is shot by a stray bullet at school, Nash and Joe hunt down a dealer who has been selling guns to teenagers.

When James and Lorraine, a wild couple, go on a crime spree, Nash must hunt them down while dealing with Cassidy's half-nude photo being displayed all over town on a safe-sex poster.

Nash's old nemesis from the SIU, Rick Bettina (Daniel Roebuck), now a bounty hunter, is back and in competition with Nash as they both try to track down mobster Ray Goetz (Louis Mandylor), who Bettina wants on assault and battery charges in Vegas, and Nash suspects of "hitting" a high-level mob boss. Meanwhile, Joe fears repercussions from Inger after losing his wedding ring.

Guest starring: Tim Ransom, John Kapelos, Ed O'Ross, Shannon Whirry, with Caroline Lagerfelt, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash solves murders in Chinatown and helps out an old friend, Cedrick Hawks, a professional gambler who is in San Francisco to clear up a bad debt.

Guest starring: Meat Loaf, James Pax, With Don Stroud and Tommy Chong as Barry Chen

Nash and Joe butt heads with the leader of a team of Urban Commandos who has been hired to protect an inner-city community. While awaiting the birth of the new baby, Joe searches for the family crib that he lent to Nash seventeen years ago.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Douglas Spain and Karmin Murcelo

Season 3 (1997–98) Edit

Nash and Joe help FBI Special Agent Katz recover stolen FBI weapons. Joe sets Nash up on a blind date with his nanny.

Willie Nelson plays Earl Dobbs, a convict who gets a furlough from San Quentin to help Nash and Joe catch his former crime partner.

Nash and Joe track down a former mob underboss who's murdering San Francisco criminals. Meanwhile, Inger has to go out of town, leaving Nash and Joe with the baby.

Special guest star: Louis Mandylor

Nash and Joe follow the trail of a criminally insane mental patient who believes he is the nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. Joe hires a baby nurse who takes over his life.

Nash, on the verge of closing a case while undercover, narrowly escapes getting killed in an explosion, losing a week's worth of memory as a result. With Joe's help, he has to retrace his steps, resolve the case, and deal with the various personal snafus resulting from his memory loss. Michelle Chan (played by Kelly Hu) joins the SIU.

Cassidy finds herself in the middle of an SIU case when she becomes the victim of a high-climbing jewel thief and Nash begins to close in on the suspect: her new boyfriend. Stacy becomes concerned that Nick is being turned into a lab rat at the university where he has volunteered for a research study

A sniper terrorizes San Francisco on Halloween as a city-wide Blue Flu forces our SIU detectives to assume beat cop responsibilities. In the process, Michelle may have killed an innocent person. Joe tracks down a hard to find Halloween costume for Lucia.

Guest starring: Patrick Fischler and Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan

When a reporter is murdered while covering the new "French Connection", Nash comes face-to-face with a startling revelation – his brother, a Vietnam MIA, thought dead for the last 24 years, may be alive and in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Lisa's sister, Lynette, arrives to house-sit at Lisa's indefinitely.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, With Kelly Hu as Michelle Chan, and Jan Michael Vincent as Bobby Chase

Sultry criminal and Nash's ex-girlfriend Tamara VanZant (Donna Scott) resurfaces, this time as a player in a plot to sell stolen plutonium. Joe plans to make a mint by marketing a secret-recipe salsa that's been in his family for generations.

Rick Bettina returns as the head of the S.I.U. when Joe is accused of stealing 3 million dollars from a suspect. Harvey has a torrid affair with a woman he once arrested.

A million dollar bounty on Nash's head triggers an onslaught of attacks by a series of ultimate fighters. Michelle meets "Mr. Right" while on a stakeout trying to trackdown an Internet rapist. Nash is convinced Cassidy's new boyfriend is gay.

While drinking with a young biker couple, Nash's drink is spiked with LSD at the same time Geraldo Rivera comes to interview him and Joe.

Nash is forced to take 10 months and 13 days off under the command of Rick Bettina, who uses his new position to throw the SIU office into chaos.

Nash and Joe team up with a tough-talking NYPD Special Crimes Detective (Penny Marshall) in order to track down a famous fashion model's deadly stalker. Meanwhile, Harvey helps Evan track down his lost badge before Nash finds out. A shopping trip doesn't turn out the way Nick and Lynette had planned.

Guest starring: Suki Kaiser, Stephanie Romanov

Nash and Joe investigate several brutal drug-related gangland murders and follow a complicated trail of clues to a surprising suspect – Bruce Sutcliffe, a multi-millionaire from a well-respected San Francisco family. When Nash discovers that Sutcliffe has been a major drug kingpin for years, he risks his job and his life to expose the magnate's secret life. Meanwhile, Evan and Bettina go undercover in a transgender beauty pageant to trap a blackmailing murderess who pretends to be a man impersonating a woman.

Bettina is accused of killing a high-class call girl. Only Nash can help Rick find out who framed him for murder. Meanwhile, a man masquerading as Joe has become a major romantic figure in town (with Joe's credit cards), much to Inger's chagrin.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a ruthless gang of thieves threatening to release the lethal nerve gas over downtown San Francisco unless the area is evacuated. Once the area is cleared of people, the criminals plan to move in and rob the banks in the area. Racing against time to capture the criminal mastermind behind this scheme, Nash is surprised to discover that the gang leader is Pamela Smith, a beautiful, brilliant chemist who created the deadly gas. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman appears who claims to be Joe's daughter from a college fertility experiment in which he participated years earlier.

Nash must protect Lynette from ruthless Hong Kong mobsters when she unknowingly becomes involved in an Asian forgery ring. When Lynette's old flame, Brian, mails her a flawless forgery plate for $100 bills, Nash must protect her from the brutal Hong Kong gangsters from whom the plate was stolen. When Brian unexpectedly appears at Lynette's door, their attraction is re-ignited, but he soon becomes the chief suspect in Nash's investigation into the forgery ring, run by an Asian crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Joe's visiting father (Ismael Carlo), a sheriff from New Mexico, drives Joe crazy with his meddling until he uses his own brand of Wild West sleuthing to expose a murderer in Joe's apartment building.

When Nash and Joe investigate the mysterious disappearance of several armored cars and their drivers, they uncover a high-tech, covert crime operation run by ex-Navy Seals. When the robbers kidnap Evan, Nash must lure them out of hiding by staging an armored car delivery. Meanwhile, an off-duty case finds Nash and Joe searching for a star football player's dream girl, whom he spotted in a stadium filled with 65,000 fans but doesn't know. Also, the relationship between Evan and Cassidy intensifies as they struggle to keep their affair a secret from Nash.

Harvey's shot by death-metal rockers Stacy and Nash meet Nick's long-lost love Joe finds Evan and Cassidy in a compromising situation.

Season 4 (1998–99) Edit

Nash discovers that some financial hanky-panky involving an old flame has burned up his life savings.

Nash and Joe are the targets of a bail bondsman, who bails out small time thugs and uses them as assassins. Nash and Joe also open up a new detective agency Bridges & Dominguez – – their first case is finding the stolen wig of a Cher impersonator. Harvey and Evan's friendship is tested when Evan sells Harvey a faulty washing machine.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a Prowler who is terrorizing San Francisco and kills Michelle Chan (played by guest star Kelly Hu, in her last episode). When Nick springs for dinner at a Hawaiian restaurant, Joe's son J.J. chips his tooth on a piece of poi Joe and Nick conspire to get a settlement from the restaurant.

An innocent man is scheduled for an execution. Nash, working the entire case from the 'Cuda, must bring the true killer to justice before the midnight deadline. Lucia's bullying of a schoolmate forces Joe and Inger to attend conflict resolution therapy, which only leads to more conflict.

Nash and Joe are arrested for the murder of three SFPD Investigators. Told in a non-linear style, we slowly unravel a conspiracy trying to frame Nash and Joe.

Guest starring: Meagen Fay, Carlton Wilborn, Pat Skipper, Michael Wiseman, with Kimberly Quinnm and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a renowned assassin who has come to San Francisco to kill FBI special agent David Katz. Lisa Bridges returns from Paris and announces she's engaged to marry a famous French chef named Henri, but there's a problem Nash and Lisa's divorce was never finalized—they're still married. The new S.I.U. is introduced.

Nash and Caitlin go undercover as swingers to bust a male-female team who prey on wealthy swinging couples. Joe and Boz help Nick recover the corpse of an old friend to whom Nick made a war-time promise.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash becomes the objective of mercenaries controlled by a Singapore billionaire and his American counterpart, locked in battle to capture each other's most prized possessions. Bettina wants Joe and Evan to investigate his fiancee's alleged affair.

Nash pursues a deadly arsonist who torches a church and the only witness is Angel (Tracey Walter). Caitlin investigates Evan on a police brutality charge, probing into his past. Nash's friends and family plan a surprise birthday for him.

Nash and Joe have to babysit Mickey Tripp (Paul Gleason), a motormouth shockjock, after a body armor-wearing assassin tries to kill him. Their search for the assassin is compounded by the fact that Nick has hired them on an off-duty case to find his softball team's star pitcher – a Salvadoran defector named Chus (Jose Canseco), who's on the run from the INS. Caitlin babysits her roommate's kids.

Nash finds himself defending Caitlin when she's the main suspect for a murdered CIA agent connected to her mysterious past. Joe begins working out with the trainer from hell. Cassidy and Nick enter a tango dance contest.

Nash is accidentally shot in the butt by Caitlin, leaving Rick Bettina in charge. Rick is duped by phony FBI agents attempting to swindle half a million in sting money. Cassidy is stalked by a violent classmate.

Harvey tracks down two teenage boys who are deadly snipers. Joe has a rat problem in Nash's house, causing a dispute between landlord and tenant. Evan proposes marriage to Cassidy Cassidy is involved in a deadly auto accident. A case of mistaken identity causes Nash to think Cassidy has been killed.

Nash and company, along with marginal cop Jake Cage (Stone Cold Steve Austin), track down pushers of a deadly steroid which makes body builders go hyper-aggressive. Cassidy is haunted by the death of her friend from the auto accident.

Nash and the SIU secretly investigate a plot involving the missing married Governor of California who has fallen in love with a former prostitute. Joe gets stuck with a painting while bidding for someone else at his daughter's pre-school charity auction.

The Bayside Killer resurfaces after a four-year absence, while Nash finally unravels Angel's identity. Harvey's ex-wife Bonnie stops by for a visit. Joe and Caitlin coach rival girls' soccer teams, with Caitlin's new boyfriend as her assistant coach.

Nash and company foil a Russian mobster's kidnap plan to fix a hockey game. Inger wants another baby Evan blows a hole in the roof of the Watch Commander's car.

An ex-cop Caitlin indicted gets out of prison and terrorizes her. Harvey has an affair with a woman he's met undercover. Joe has urgent sex with ovulating Inger.

Nash and company discover a gang of female bank robbers who plan to break their husbands out of jail. Nick schemes to move into a formerly all-women retirement home. Caitlin readies her negative report on the SIU, much to Nash's consternation.

The SIU is disbanded by MCD: Nash and Joe are assigned to Park Detail, Harvey to Homicide, Evan to Traffic, and Caitlin to Vice. Still, Nash manages to solve a murder involving the Head of MCD's daughter and a drug dealer. Evan and Cassidy announce a wedding date best man Harvey throws a bachelor party, but finds out the stripper is Anna. Nash tells Caitlin he loves her, but she accepts a job in Boston.

Nash and company, along with Jake Cage, catch three escaped convicts to save the SIU. Harvey has fathered a child with Anna Evan cheats on Cassidy Nash and Caitlin finally consummate their relationship.

Guest starring: Michael Hagerty, with Amanda Foreman, and Cliff De Young

Season 5 (1999–2000) Edit

When a controversial Latina actress is shot and killed, suspicion turns first to her former lover, then to a crazed stalker. Evan comes back to work after surgery, but Cassidy wants nothing to do with him. Caitlin moves in with Nash, and causes strife between her and Nick.

Nash and company foil a failing restaurateur's kidnap plan to ransom his nanny's child. Nick has sex with Bridget, Caitlin's inept maid. Inger returns for a visit, but leaves for Sweden again. Cassidy has a friend attempt suicide because he can't get a date with her.

Nash and company foil a jewelry heist ring posing as firemen. Nash hits a pedestrian and gets sued. But Caitlin has misplaced Nash's auto insurance bill, and he blames Caitlin.

Cassidy finds an apartment, only to be mistaken for the previous renter who has stolen money from drug dealers. Lonely Joe carries on an online romance, but the other "woman" turns out to be Pepe. Evan bottoms out in his broken relationship with Cassidy

Jake Cage and Caitlin go undercover to capture an international fugitive returning home for the wedding of his daughter. Nash and Joe steal a violin for corporate clients, only to have the violin stolen again by one of Joe's detective students. Evan gets involved with a street prostitute.

An embezzler with a twin, along with bumbling Rick Bettina, confound the efforts of Nash and the SIU to recover stolen city funds. Caitlin tosses Nash's baseball out the window after they miss their flight to Jamaica.

Guest starring: Leslie Hardy, J.C. Wendel, with Nadine Stenovitch, and Daniel Roebuck as Rick Bettina

Evan puts himself under suspicion after he takes $40,000 of drug money during a bust Nash and the SIU take down a drug dealer. Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an animal extremist.

A small time getaway driver sets up two robbery gangs to rob each other, while he walks away with the loot and complete immunity. Evan is brought in for another chance in Joe's off-duty case concerning a kidnapped son who has had a gender change. The 'Cuda hood is graffitied, and Nash puts Boz Bishop on the case.

Nash goes undercover as a hitman for a drug cartel. Nick's poker buddies plan a bank heist Inger returns from Sweden with her mother Evan gets his engagement ring back from Cassidy.

A married woman is murdered by her lover and his wife. Evan is beaten up trying to free his girlfriend/hooker from the clutches of a pimp. Joe takes Evan in, but Evan attempts suicide. Boz Bishop asks for a promotion at the detective agency.

Frankie Dwyer returns again, putting out a contract on Nash's life while smuggling heroin inside of tofu containers. Nash and Caitlin's relationship is strained Inger sets up Nick with her mother Ulla Evan is born again in a baptism.

A gang of female prisoners escape in search of five million dollars in bearer bonds, while Nash helps the woman framed for the theft of the bonds. Joe has trouble with a delivery boy, while Cassidy considers a career with the CIA.

The Chief of Police is assassinated and a money laundering operation is set up between San Francisco and Las Vegas. A rogue DEA agent and the assassin are after half a billion dollars in cash, with Nash and Joe following them to Las Vegas. Nash locates Angel's lost wings and Nash gets Nick a cell phone.

After following the turncoat DEA agent to Las Vegas, Nash goes undercover as "Tommy Malone" to flush out Jimmy Z. Nash summons Evan and Harvey to come to Vegas to help him catch Jimmy Z's henchman, McNair, who escaped custody. Cassidy follows, and proposes to Evan. He accepts, but is, while undercover, killed while pursuing McNair. After capturing Jimmy Z and his boss, Nash goes to bring the bad news to Cassidy. Caitlin Cross tells Nash her decision to leave the SIU and move to Washington D.C.

Season 6 (2000–01) Edit

An old nemesis of Nash's breaks out of prison. Joe finds a new house through Ulla, makes an incredible deal on it, but it turns out to be a disaster. Harvey's new partner, Antwon Babcock, joins the SIU.

Nash clashes with his new rival, Deputy Chief Max Pettit, who has assigned Cassidy to a dangerous undercover gig involving synthetic diamond smugglers and a deadly assassin working for the South African diamond cartel. Joe tries to back out of the house purchase Cassidy and her new partner Rachel McCabe join the S.I.U.

Nash pursues an old flame who is involved with an arms dealer Joe takes a private detective case to discover if a symphony conductor is having an affair Cassidy struggles to let go of Evan's memory when she is asked out on a date.

Nash and Joe are on the trail of a high profile robbery ring that targets San Francisco socialites. Nash runs into Angel when Belinda Cruz hires him to prove her sister's pregnancy (she's a nun) is not a virgin birth. Joe enlists Nick to build a speed bump in front of his house.

A drug gang knocks over a DEA evidence warehouse and proves elusive for the members of the team Antwon has a seizure while chasing down the leader of the gang.

Nash and Joe discover that someone is using their detective agency's name to stir up business for themselves, and that one of the impostor's clients is out to kill Nash a college student is believed to have drank himself to death, but Cassidy suspects he was actually murdered Hank intervenes when his neighbors get too rowdy.

Nash tries to stop a deadly game in which participants shoot and kill each other until only one is left alive a wealthy family's gardener is murdered and Nash starts to fall for a beautiful new investigator working the case.

Guest starring: Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop

Nash must track down Rick Bettina, who escapes custody during his parole hearing, and recover the $2.5 million dollars in pension money he stole. Joe plays a modern-day Cyrano when the love affair between Dov and Amy abruptly ends, jeopardizing his remodel.

A madman guns down five people in an elevator, but leaves a young news reporter alive. Unfortunately, she's as interested in reporting the story as she is in catching the killer. Also: a woman steals Joe's car and commits a robbery using it.

Nash must resurrect Tony B., who fakes his own death to escape a mob boss, only to discover that Tony's ripped the guy off and has good reason to want to be dead. Nash's ex-wife's past comes back to haunt him when he reveals that his ex was once dating this mob boss.

Rachel is accused of murdering a man who was helping the police investigate corruption in an accounting firm, but Nash is convinced she was framed Joe tries to find a ringer to represent the department in an arm-wrestling contest (and eventually finds Rulon Gardner).

Nash's former lover Tamara Van Zant forges his name on a marriage license and claims to be married to him in order to protect herself from a thug out to kill her Nick pretends to be romantically involved with a lesbian friend to deflect suspicion from the woman's son, a high-profile gangster from Philadelphia, PA.

Nash and a Federal marshal are taken hostage by a Miami drug lord who wants to exchange them for a witness who's scheduled to testify against him in court Joe tries to get out of being audited by the IRS.

Nash is suspicious of a teen's involvement in a brutal ambush that targeted a pair of lawyers, leaving one riddled with bullets and the survivor barely wounded. Meanwhile, Joe is burdened by an unwanted roommate, and Cassidy begins seeing Rachel's blind date.

Nash hunts for a vigilante who claims he's helping solve crimes by murdering deadly criminals, including a serial rapist Nash's distant and eccentric cousin, who is also a cop, visits from Scotland.

Nash goes up against a gang of ruthless techno-geeks who are designing robots to perform robberies. Joe mistakenly sells a painting containing the Declaration of Independence at this yard sale and realizes he must do anything to get it back. Nick believes that he is going to die very soon.

Harvey becomes attracted to a fellow "Deadhead," a mysterious woman who is the target of a murderous stalker Joe is promoted to Lieutenant, but discovers that his new duties mostly involve paperwork Nick injures his leg and makes life difficult for Nash and Cassidy, who are just trying to take care of him.

Guest starring: Caroline Lagerfelt, Suzanne Krull, Kellita Smith as Regina Adams

Cassidy is suspended following her involvement in the fatal shooting of a bystander during a bank robbery and becomes the target of department cronies who want to use her to get rid of Nash.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Ned Vaughn, Claire Yarlett, Matt Gallini, John Haymes Newton

A robbery at the Filmore during a concert by Phil Lesh prompts Nash to investigate a soccer coach and his daughter, a stolen motorcycle and a record producer.

Guest starring: Suzanne Krull, Tommy "Tiny" Lister as Mr. Switch, with Christian J. Meoli as Boz Bishop, and Kool Moe Dee as Masta Blasta

A serial killer who picks up passengers in a cab and then murders them stalks the city Cassidy struggles with whether she wants to continue to be a cop.


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