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The life of a top cop in suburban Eastbridge.

Latest episodes

aired 52 days ago
Drug dealers die after a mysterious caller offers to help Tony; Rachel is offered a good job in Buffalo.
aired 52 days ago
A rapist preys on blind young women; Rachel makes a surprise investment in art.
aired 52 days ago
A former movie queen (Stella Stevens) is implicated in her lover's murder; a reality police-show crew visits.
aired 52 days ago
Crime runs rampant in Eastbridge after Tony's men call in sick during a wage dispute.
aired 53 days ago
A man takes his ex-wife hostage; Tony imagines himself Julius Caesar, surrounded by conspirators.
aired 53 days ago
Colette (Telly Savalas) vows to kill Tony after his son dies in a shootout.
aired 53 days ago
A retired mobster (Telly Savalas) and his son raise Eastbridge's crime rate.
aired 53 days ago
The leader of militaristic preppies disappears; David's behavior gets worse after the baby arrives.
aired 53 days ago
Tony and charges search for the kidnapper of a gravely ill infant.
aired 53 days ago
Tony suspects a video-dating client is a homicidal thief; Stan tries to protect Carmela from a curse.
aired 53 days ago
A target of car-jackers, Tony clashes with Cyd over pursuit; Tony's surgeon may be a notorious criminal.
aired 53 days ago
Sleep-deprived new father Tony puzzles over a serial rapist with diplomatic immunity.
aired 53 days ago
Rachel witnesses a robbery/murder while grocery shopping and becomes the target of the killer's threats.
aired 53 days ago
A friend's (Barton Hayman) crisis keeps Tony away from Rachel, who is in labor.
aired 53 days ago
An escaped convict targets one of Tony's men, whose family harbors a secret; Rachel redecorates.
aired 53 days ago
Tony's old friend, experiencing marital trouble, may be causing deadly incidents; with Pat Sajak.
aired 53 days ago
A heart is cut from a corpse at a funeral home; town believes a recluse (Ray Walston) taints Halloween treats.
aired 53 days ago
A socialite running a call-girl service is murdered; Tony is listed as a client.
aired 53 days ago
When his friend shoots a bully, it divides David's loyalties.
aired 53 days ago
A porn producer helps Tony escape kidnappers, then they pursue a sleazy film entrepreneur.
aired 53 days ago
Tony infiltrates a New York ring making porno films with teenagers.

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