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I Love a Cop

In 1992, I announced my departure from SNL, after 6 years in the cast, by showing my diamond engagement ring on the Update Desk and then singing, “I Love a Cop.” I moved from NY to Miami, to marry a cop and raise a family which I have done for the last 20 years. (You can read details about this in my new book, “Is My Bow Too Big?“)

Over the last 20 years, I have come to know many cops through my husband and his work and I am deeply in awe of them and grateful to them for their bravery, dedication, and unselfish service to our community.

So, when I stumbled on this poster on FB, I jumped in to spread it around. It’s a great idea! Here’s the photo I am submitting!
i love a cop


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  • swmpfx3000

    That is a pretty cool picture. I never cared much for the term “cop” when referring to upstanding police officers. For those that are truly attempting to do a good job, I use the more formal term “police officer”. Cop has been usually used disparagingly over the years (so has copper). Not that it is necessarily incorrect to use the term “cop” as you can see below from

    The most probable explanation is that it comes from the slang verb cop, meaning “to seize”, originally a dialect term of northern England which by the beginning of the nineteenth century was known throughout the country. This can be followed back through the French caper to the Latin capere, “to seize, take”, from which we also get our capture.

    The situation is complicated because there are — or have been — a number of other slang meanings for cop, including “to give somebody a blow”, and the phrase cop out, as an escape or retreat. Both of these may come from the Latin capere. But it’s suggested that another sense of cop, “to steal”, could come from the Dutch kapen, “to take or steal”. There’s also “to beware, take care”, an Anglo-Indian term from the Portuguese coprador, and phrases like “you’ll cop it!” (“you’ll be punished, you’ll get into trouble”), which could come from the idea of seizing or catching, but may be a variant of catch.

    But the “seize; capture” origin for the police sense seems most plausible. So policemen are just those who catch or apprehend criminals, a worthy occupation. And a copper is someone who seizes, a usage first recorded in Britain in 1846.

  • amysopinion

    Oh my gosh, you’ve won!! I literally support law officers. I work at a state police office! I love my guys, and I know how hard they work everyday to serve and protect.

  • Rebecca McGrath

    I thought the police department was a commie government plot to take away your freedoms?


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