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Previously on Cop Rock: Officer Quinn got shot, but luckily it was just a flesh wound. Her husband Ruskin demanded she get a new partner, but it was all a transparent ploy to get his wife away from Campo,…
Previously on Cop Rock: Officers Campo and Quinn were hot for each other, even though Quinn is married to forensics detective Ruskin. We know they’re hot for each other because there’s a clip of an awful musical number where…
Most new shows take a few episodes to really find their footing, and this episode may be where Cop Rock finally started to improve. It never becomes good, mind you, but it generally avoids anything as embarrassing as the musical numbers of the first three episodes.
If the point of these numbers is to allow us to get to know the characters in ways that mere spoken dialogue can’t provide, shouldn’t the vast majority of them have been performed by the show’s main cast?
It’s almost like the makers of this show were daring viewers to change the channel.
Aaaand then a drum machine kicks in, and the dealers and bystanders all perform a rap song while the cops just smirk and shake their heads like perps breaking out into an impromptu musical number while being arrested is a totally normal thing. Such is the world of Cop Rock, producer Steven Bochco’s ill-fated 1990 attempt to fuse the police drama and musical genres.
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