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This site is about the tv cop show Nash Bridges, starring Don Johnson, which aired on CBS with 122 episodes in 6 seasons. The series is currently syndicated in many television markets and is available on DVD.

 [The Original Unofficial NASH BRIDGES]

* "HIT & RUN"
February 20, 2000

Episode 93       Airdate: 02/18/00      Writer: Shawn Ryan     Director: David S. Jackson
Guest Stars: Tim Ransom, Deborah Cox, Kel Mitchell, Stefanos Miltsakakis, Jordan Marder, and Caroline Lagerfelt.

Caitlin:You can't commit, and I can't wait.
Nash:You know, this is only an impass if we let it be.
Caitlin:Nash, I'm thinking about my future.
Nash:Me too.
Caitlin:Why can't you just tell me what you want? Just say it, tell me what you really want?
Nash: Well, for starters, I don't want you hurt.
Caitlin:Too late.
Nash:I hope not.

In the 'Cuda, on their way to a new off-duty gig, Joe reveals to Nash that he has gotten Swedish TV on his satellite dish to make his mother-in-law Ulla homesick so that Ulla will return to Sweden. Nash and Joe meet Steven Clark, head of an Internet gaming company. Suddenly someone tries to break into the 'Cuda, drawing Nash and Joe outside. As they step outside, the entire building blows up, along with Steven Clark.

The bomb was professionally made, with the main suspect being Harlan Dent. The 'Cuda has been disabled, so Motor Pool officer Howard Larkin loans Nash a Porsche confiscated from a forfeiture case. Steven Clark's partner James reveals that Nash was to be their main security consultant, on orders from Genucom, their financial backers and parent company.

Frankie Dwyer has hired Harlan Dent to kill Nash. Meanwhile Vanessa Swan is the new temporary replacement for Evan. Harvey and Vanessa go on a raid on the Genucom headquarters, but the building is an empty front office. While in the 'Cuda, Nash and Joe are trapped by two bulldozers, but Nash manages to escape and capture three thugs. The three Glick brothers, Gary, Gunther, and Gordie reveal that they were hired by Elden to kill Nash.

A Dr. Minh visits Nash to obtain his medical history for a 10 million dollar life insurance policy as security consultant for Genucom. Gary Glick is forced to set-up Elden, and Harvey and Vanessa take down Elden. A search of Elden finds tofu containers filled with heroin. Frankie Dwyer calls on Elden's cell phone, but Nash answers. Meanwhile, Harlan Dent blows himself up trying to plant a bomb on Nash's temporary Porsche.

Inger hatches a plan to keep Ulla in the United States. Nick is called upon to date Ulla. Nick ends up sleeping with Ulla much to everybody's consternation. But Ulla has a seeming heart attack, putting Joe's marriage in a crisis. It turns out to be heartburn, but Joe is still in trouble for trying to get Ulla to leave for Sweden by making her homesick with Swedish satellite TV.

A Genucom corporate credit card traced to a hotel reveals Frankie Dwyer's moll Jenna. Jenna has been cheating on Frankie with Elden. After Elden falls into the Bay, fearing that Elden will drown, Jenna reveals the secret location of Frankie's tofu factory. Meanwhile, Frankie has hired a new female assassin to kill Nash. The tofu factory is raided, but Frankie is not there.

Evan has turned his life around by helping out troubled kids. He invites Cassidy, Harvey and Joe to his baptism. Caitlin has left Nash to see her family, and on her return things are chilly between them. Caitlin wants marriage, more than Nash is willing to give. Over dinner they argue, and Nash is attacked by the female assassin disguised as the wine waiter. He subdues her, and through her, finds Frankie's limo outside. Nash, Joe and Harvey are waiting inside the limo to arrest Frankie as he gets in the car.

* For more, see commentary for Episode 93


 
 
 
 
 

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