Officers Coughennower and Weispfenning are dispatched to an intoxicated subject fleeing from a bar with her child in a stroller. The woman is found a short ways away arguing with good samaritans trying to protect the child. The woman is arrested for public intoxication and child endangerment. The woman’s daughter is released to the custody of her great grandmother, and she is transported to jail. The bartender is interviewed, and explains the woman came in to fill out an application for a job. The woman then got drunk and fought with other patrons in the bar which started the ordeal and prompted calls to police.
The latest installment of COPS: Skyrim from the folks over at Nerdist
“Just when you thought it was safe to start marauding again, those diligent and overworked men and women keeping the dirt paths and carriageways of safe for peasants are back for the third season of COPS: Skyrim.”
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band performing their infectiously catchy song “Your Cousin’s On Cops” which according to a University of Rochester, Campus Times interview with (frontman) Reverend J. Peyton. The song was written in reaction to Peyton spotting Breezy’s cousin in an episode of COPS:
It wouldn’t be an interview if I didn’t ask about one of the songs on your new album. What is the story behind ‘Your Cousin’s on Cops”?
Well, it’s just like the song says. We were watching ‘Cops” and Breezy’s cousin was on there. We didn’t know she was going to be on there, she was just on there and that was the inspiration for the song.
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band is a three-piece American country blues band from Brown County, Indiana, living in a rural area north of Nashville, Ind., and south of Bean Blossom. They play more than 250 dates per year at venues ranging from bars to festivals. To date, they have released eight albums. On August 7, 2012 they released their newest album Between the Ditches.
COPS: Do Me a Favor…
COPS: Star Wars Parody
This video takes look at what the show COPS would be like if it was shot within Skyrim. It’s billed as “Episode 1,” so hopefully we’ll get some more, because it is excellent.