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Don Johnson (Crockett) and Philip Michael Thomas (Tubbs) reunite on Nash Bridges
Don Johnson has received a multimillion-dollar payout for settling his lawsuit against the co-producers of his hit series Nash Bridges , it has been reported. Attorneys for the actor sued Rysher Entertainment in , claiming that Johnson was contractually entitled to earn half of the show's profits following the show passing 66 episodes. Rysher apparently claimed that the show never actually made a profit. An appellate judge later partially ruled on the side of Rysher by insisting that the original judge miscalculated what Johnson was owed. According to The Hollywood Reporter , the sides have now reached a settlement, rather than continuing the legal battle. Nash Bridges aired for episodes from to on CBS. Type keyword s to search.
Sign in. Nick tells Nash he thinks his son, Bobby is back and following him. They think he's missing in action in Vietnam but Nash knows he's alive and is in the drug business in Southeast Asia. Nash sees Nash and Joe guard a chimpanzee, while Jake Cage goes undercover as an Nash pursues the disturbed brother of a dead cop, who uses the uniform to take law into his own hands and just plain take from people.
The series ran for six seasons on CBS from March 29, , to May 4, , for a total of episodes. As the show begins, he's in his 40s, twice-divorced, and dealing with a feisty teenage daughter, Cassidy Jodi Lyn O'Keefe. Nash convinces recently retired Inspector Joe Dominguez Cheech Marin to return to the force to partner with him. Nash's father Nick James Gammon suffers from mild dementia and has a habit of getting kicked out of nursing homes. He eventually moves in with Nash, and is often involved in comic subplots.
Sign in. Alex Borstein , RuPaul , and other stars at the Emmys answer our fans' burning questions. Watch now. Nash's old partner is back in town, but trouble follows him. Meanwhile Joe has a money making scheme involving Nick's horse. As soon as guest-star Philip Michael Thomas walks in, the magic is almost back.