S5, EP24 "Jack Soo, a Retrospective"
The cast offers an affectionate tribute to the late Jack Soo by reviewing Sergeant Nick Yemena's more memorable moments at the Twelfth Precinct.
S5, EP23 "Graveyard Shift"
Late-night visitors to the precinct include an irate tourist and an insomniac who's convinced that he'll be possessed by a succubus once he dozes off.
S5, EP22 "Computer Crime"
A black doctor claims to be cursed by vodoo; Dietrich and Levitt haul in a brokerage firm employee suspected of embezzlement.
S5, EP21 "Identity"
A man whose name was changed after he testified against the mob is falsely arrested for attempted robbery.
S5, EP20 "Open House"
A psychiatrist refuses to divulge the name of a known arsonist in his care; and the Twelfth Precinct holds an open house that attracts only vagrants.
S5, EP19 "The Counterfeiter"
The detectives try to track down a counterfeiter who produces bogus one-dollar bills to supplement his army pension.
S5, EP18 "Middle Age"
Barney's graceful transition to middle age suffers as his squad expresses concern for his stamina and mental state.
S5, EP17 "Wojo's Girl"
Wojo's girlfriend, an ex prostitute accepts his invitation to move in; Wojo is afraid of romantic commitment.
S5, EP16 "Wojo's Girl"
A man threatens to leave his wife to become a soldier of fortune; and Wojo moves in with his new girlfriend, a reformed prostitute.
S5, EP15 "The Spy"
Convinced he's the victim of a government conspiracy, an unemployed spy holds the detectives at gunpoint.
S5, EP14 "Voice Analyzer"
Internal Affairs puts the detectives through a lie-detecting test after newspaper reports of a bribery and kickback racket.
S5, EP13 "The Indian"
An elderly Indian arrested for disorderly conduct and trespassing expresses his wish to die with dignity in Central Park.
S5, EP12 "Toys"
Barney discusses holiday plans with his estranged wife; A claustrophobic robber and two feuding toy dealers are hauled in during the Christmas season.
S5, EP11 "The Radical"
A former '60s radical wanted by the FBI is dismayed that his arrest for shoplifting doesn't create some publicity.
S5, EP10 "The Harris Incident"
Police mistake Harris for burglar and shoot him; A stockbroker leaves Wall Street to become a beggar.
S5, EP9 "The Vandal"
A disgruntled TV fan assaults a network programmer in a coffee shop; and Levitt is the detectives' chief suspect in the squad room vandalism.
S5, EP8 "Loan Shark"
Sent out to investigate a loan-shark operation, Harris returns with a prime suspect: a 14-year-old boy carrying $7,000.
S5, EP7 "The Prisoner"
A gun-toting parolee wants to return to prison claiming that the regimentation of penal life hasn't prepared him for the outside world.
S5, EP6 "The Accusation"
A lonely woman accuses Dietrich of making indecent advances; Yemena arrests a rabbi for running a gambling operation in his synagogue.
S5, EP5 "The Baby Broker"
Wojo uncovers an illegal adoption ring and Harris arrests a research professor on an obscenity charge.
S5, EP4 "Dog Days"
Frightened Wojo faces rabies injections after trying to break up a dog fighting ring; Barney has the blues about his impending separation.
S5, EP3 "The Search"
The officers reopen a 28-year-old missing persons case; The host of a children's science show goes berserk; Harris takes a turn at cross-dressing mugging detail.
S5, EP2 "The Kidnapping"
Wojo delivers the ransom money for the kidnapped department store owner. The prostitute charms Wojo and the victim's son.
S5, EP1 "The Kidnapping"
Sympathizing with those oppressed by capitalism, kidnappers of a department store owner demand that his merchandise be given away to the public.