Frank's stalker turns out to be his long-lost son; Pip's squad car is stolen; McNeil leaks Jan's secret to other detectives.
McNeil's vacation in Miami turns into a hunt for a fugitive.
McNeil suspects Frank is gay; a trip to an electronics store turns into a bust.
McNeil assigns Ruben and Al to spy on Ron, whom he suspects of trying to seduce Karen; Tommy and Frank search for Robert De Niro's missing dog.
McNeil's mistress announces she is going to tell his wife about their affair.
Pip and Adinah throw a vices-free party for their 25th anniversary.
Toni forces McNeil to meet her parents over dinner.
McNeil seeks a substitute vice to help him quit drinking.
McNeil suspects Toni is cheating on him with her boss; Frank places bets at the track using police-department money.
When Ruben moonlights as a security guard for actress Gina Gershon, McNeil scams his way into taking over his assignment.
Tommy gets a telescope from a crime scene, prompting hours of fun for the guys in the precinct.
A missing ballerina's whereabouts might be linked to Frank's favorite new soup.
McNeil and Pip must take the district attorney's 12-year-old daughter on a ride-along.
When cameras capture an altercation, Mike must attend anger-management classes to prevent future incidents.
McNeil samples the services of a massage parlor to test its legitimacy.
The discovery of a severed foot prompts visits to mob contacts.
A suspect takes McNeil hostage in the bathroom.
The guys in the precinct compete for assignment to a harassment case involving Elizabeth Hurley.
A New York detective (Denis Leary) tackles tough assignments while trying to balance his personal and professional lives.