Frank's reunited with the son he never knew; Jan's medical secret isn't safe with O'Neill; Pip's patrol car is stolen while he's shopping. Doug: Del Pentecost. Frank: Lenny Clarke. Jan: Diane Farr. Pip: Bill Nunn.
Even on vacation in Mexico, O'Neill misbehaves, spying on his mistress's fun in the sun and trying to get the goods on a suspected fugitive. Toni: Karyn Parsons. Luis: Robert Kelley. O'Hara: Stoney Westmoreland.
A jealous McNeil has cops spy on his wife, whom he suspects of infidelity; fan-crazed Tommy searches for Robert De Niro's lost dog. Ron: Harry O'Reilly. Jen: Valerie Hubbard. Jerry: Douglas I. McInnis. Davey: Rory Culkin.
Veteran character actor Eli Wallach plays a murder suspect under investigation by McNeil, who's ensnarled in more marital duplicity. Karen: Wendy Makkena. Toni: Karyn Parsons. Roger Weiss: John Kassir. Frank: Lenny Clarke.
Under spousal pressure, intemperate McNeil swears off the sauce but starts abusing other drugs, including sex-enhancing pills. Toni: Karyn Parsons. Karen: Wendy Makkena. McNeil: Denis Leary, who co-wrote the episode with series co-creator Peter Tolan.
Jealousy seizes McNeil, who's suspicious of his girlfriend's fidelity; a day at the races excites Frank, who's playing a hot tip with illicit cash. Toni: Karyn Parsons. Ruben: John Ortiz. Frank: Lenny Clarke. Karen: Wendy Makkena.
A lover's quarrel and the security of actress Gina Gershon (portraying herself) entangle McNeil with a pugnacious female assailant. Actor Scott Wolf also appears as himself. Kiki: Lea DeLaria. Adinah: Janet Hubert. Al: Julian Acosta. Sharon: Joelle Carter.
Precinct voyeurs get their kicks from a telescope, which also figures in an arrest; Jan's hot date (Cameron Mathison) leads a double life. Daphne: Elizabeth Hobgood. Tommy: Adam Ferrara. Pip: Bill Nunn. Jan: Diane Farr.
Weird cases involve the detectives with a hard-drinking Central Park eccentric and a soup-maker who's concocted a grisly broth. Injun Joe: Gary Farmer. Soup Guy: Harry Carnahan. Monsignor: Page Johnson. Frank: Lenny Clarke. Pip: Bill Nunn.
McNeil (Denis Leary) is ordered to help a DA's bratty 12-year-old with a school assignment on cops. Series co-creator Peter Tolan plays McNeil's cousin, a priest. Kimberly: Zena Grey. Monsignor: Page Johnson. O'Malley: Peter Gerety. Nun: Tamara Gorsky.