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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]

That Girl You Loved To Tease
November 7, 1999

Gordon Hom

This episode, with returning sleazeball Rick Bettina, charts his always forward slide into criminality. Rick finally goes bad as the curveball of this episode refers to his theft of City Pension Funds (how low is that?) Rick is the lowest of lows, a shameless piece of turd that somehow sees Nash as his friend. This couldn't be the end of Rick (everytime you think it is, he returns to sink even lower). Rick is going to have a swell time in prison.

Last week Caitlin was all covered with cake - this week she gets slimed in a dumpster searching for a baseball. Caitlin is that girl you loved to tease in the fourth grade, whom you secretly liked but could never admit to in front of the guys. So the writers of NASH BRIDGES do all these awful things to her for our amusement.

She hurls Nash's baseball through a window pane (somehow Nash/Don Johnson is the sort of man that induces a woman to throw things). The look on Caitlin's face is priceless as she realizes what she has done. She does all these things to Nash, but makes up for it by looking stunning in black lace, a party dress, or a sweater.

If only we could all reclaim that little girl, make her forget the past and all the awful things we've done to her, declare our love her, and get to keep her like Nash does. This boyish fantasy exists only in NASH world, as modern boys must deal with XENA warriors - these new breed of girls are empowered and return fire.

* For more, see synopsis for Episode 84


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