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Color me Blue

With Sipowicz as its antihero, show made an art of imperfection

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / February 27, 2005

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In its 12 seasons on the air, ''NYPD Blue" has lived up to the best promise of series television. The cop opera's creators, Steven Bochco and David Milch, have taken full advantage of the medium's most distinctive commodity -- time -- to create one of the richest, messiest prime-time heroes ever: Andy Sipowicz. (Full article: 1388 words)

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