Wisecracking New York City cop Detective Eddie Arlette (Mark Valley), who has no respect for authority, finds himself a fish out of water when he ends up being assigned to a Police precinct in the U.K.
American detective Eddie Arlette: London address...New York state of mind
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On this show, an American detective is sent to Scotland Yard, while a similar premise played out in Nobody's Perfect
(1980), where a Scotland Yard detective was sent to America. See more
Why can't you just say "good morning?"
Why can't you just say "I've found my own flat." Five simple words to brighten up a rainy day. It's not hard. I've. Found. My. Own. Flat.
Really? When are you moving out?
The R1 DVD replaced the score by Orbital and most of the licensed music that was used in the show on its broadcast run with a different composer's music. One of the few exceptions was the episode "Citizen Cecil," which still retained the Duran Duran songs used in its broadcast run, mainly because they were so integral to the plot. See more