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Encyclopedia > NYPD Blue Episodes (Season 3)
No. Episode title Original airdate
1 E.R. October 24, 1995
2 Torah! Torah! Torah! October 31, 1995
3 One Big Happy Family November 7, 1995
4 Heavin' Can Wait November 14, 1995
5 Dirty Laundry November 21, 1995
6 Curt Russell November 28, 1995
7 Aging Bull December 12, 1995
8 Cold Heaters December 19, 1995
9 Sorry, Wong Suspect January 9, 1996
10 The Backboard Jungle January 16, 1996
11 Burnin' Love January 30, 1996
12 These Old Bones February 6, 1996
13 A Tushful of Dollars February 13, 1996
14 A Nutty Confessor February 20, 1996
15 Head Case February 27, 1996
16 Girl Talk March 19, 1996
17 Hollie and the Blowfish March 26, 1996
18 We Was Robbed April 2, 1996
19 Auntie Maimed April 30, 1996
20 A Death in the Family May 7, 1996
21 Closing Time May 14, 1996
22 He's Not Guilty, He's My Brother May 21, 1995
NYPD Blue
Characters Andy Sipowicz | John Kelly | Bobby Simone | Sylvia Costas
Actors Dennis Franz | David Caruso | Jimmy Smits | Rick Schroeder | Mark-Paul Gosselaar
James McDaniel | Gordon Clapp | Nicholas Turturro | Sharon Lawrence | Kim Delaney | Sherry Stringfield
Gail O'Grady | Andrea Thompson | Bill Brochtrup | Henry Simmons | Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon
| Charlotte Ross | Esai Morales | Jacqueline Obradors | Currie Graham | Bonnie Somerville
Creators Steven Bochco | David Milch
Episodes Season 1 | Season 2 | Season 3
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