Item description for What Would Sipowicz Do?: Race, Rights and Redemption in NYPD Blue (Smart Pop series) by Glenn Yeffeth & Shanna Caughey...
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Taking an entertaining, intelligent look at the culturally influential 11-year television run of NYPD Blue, this examination includes a collection of essays on topics ranging from the series' portrayal of race relations in New York City to Sipowicz's famously thorny demeanor. A media critic, two police psychologists, and addiction, interrogation, and sex experts contribute essays that take an accessible, intelligent look at a show that has redefined the police drama genre. From insightful analysis of the show's evolution to lighthearted jabs at its quirks, this is a work that will deepen any fan's Blue experience.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Benbella Books
ISBN 1932100342 ISBN13 9781932100341
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More About Glenn Yeffeth & Shanna Caughey
Glenn Yeffeth is the editor of the nonfiction essay anthologies "Alias Assumed, The Anthology at the End of the Universe, Navigating the Golden Compass, Seven Seasons of Buffy, Taking the Red Pill, "and "War of the Worlds: Fresh Perspectives on the H. G. Wells Classic." He lives in Dallas, Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about What Would Sipowicz Do?: Race, Rights and Redemption in NYPD Blue (Smart Pop series)?
Not Enough Sipowicz Dec 14, 2005
I was disappointed by this book. It was not what I thought it was going to be. I love NYPD Blue and I love Sipowicz. I think Sipowicz is the most interesting, complex, and real character on television. I found that many of the essays (the book is comprised of 16 essays on different themes in NYPD Blue) use Sipowicz and NYPD Blue merely as a launching pad to discuss more general topics. For example one chapter starts off discussing Sipowicz's interaction with AA, but then turns into an essay on AA, not on Sipowicz or NYPD Blue. There's not enough Sipowicz in this book for me.
This is awesome May 14, 2005
Great book I love NYPD Blue and this is great with some good insight into the show. I love this and love Andy so you need to buy this now.