06x11 - 74 Epiphanies

Episode transcripts for the TV show "Rookie Blue". Aired: June 2010 to July 2015.
Once described as the Grey's Anatomy in the world of rookie cops, "Rookie Blue" follows the lives and adventures of a group of ambitious young police officers and the veteran cops who work with them.
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06x11 - 74 Epiphanies

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[Groans] McNally?

Yo. Up and at 'em. It's 10 after 8:00.

We got to get a move on!

Why... why are you hollering at me?

Come up here and say hello.

No! You can't see me until the ceremony.

Hey. Get over here.

That's ridiculous.

It's actually tradition.

It's a superstition.

Look, I'm gonna take boo for a walk and then take him to the sitter's, okay?

Uh, you have like 40 minutes to get ready and get out of here.

Also, don't forget that Oliver's taking you, all right?

Traci's gonna take me.

Uh, do you have the music on your phone?

I do.

Okay. What about your vows?

I do... memorized.

Would you please come up here and say hello?

[Sighs] Okay. Close your eyes.

I'll know if you're cheating.

My eyes are closed.


A perfect match, McNally, you and me.

'Cause you are very high-maintenance, and I can fix anything.


I love you.

Let's go.



Let's do this thing.

Marty Nash, where are we on the Lindsay McConnell m*rder?

Uh, I've been working it all night with Gail and Detective Anderson.

Gail was the first on-scene.

And we're still not sure what happened.

What are you, new? The husband did it.

The husband always did it.

Okay, but I've had him in interview for four hours.

His story hasn't changed.

He said he came home from work last night and he found her d*ad.

And you bought that?

Okay, sir, it's just that it's Andy and Sam's wedding day.

I'm the maid of honor... do you know who Daniel McConnell is?

The defense lawyer?

Yeah. He's also the victim's Uncle.

He called me six times.

He wants to know if we're laying any charges.

And tonight I'm having dinner at a charity fundraiser.


Guess who's sitting at my table.

Before you go anywhere today, I need a working theory, Detective.

I'm sorry about the timing.


Traci. Aren't you supposed to be helping Andy?

Yeah, I am, but I'm not, clearly.

Okay. What do you need?

The flowers are being delivered probably right now to the Sally port.

I need you and Chris to drive them up to the church.

All right.

In my locker, you're gonna find, um, um, um, ribbons for the Mason Jars, and the projector...

Oh, my God. The slide show.

I was supposed to do it last night. It's a surprise.

No, it's cool. I will stay. Hey, I got you covered, right?

Okay, a little star transition, a little slo-mo, a little Phil Collins... I got this.

Nash! Any day.

Two minutes?

Thank you.

We have tons of time.

I should have picked the route.

Do not worry.

It's not us I'm worried about.

[Cellphone vibrating]

Hey. Did Traci call you?


It's just a little snag.

Uh, she got held up at work, but she's already sending a car.

Well, can you push it up?

I... I... traffic is impossible all the way out of town.

You know what? Change of route.

407 to the 9 to the 5, okay? Tell everybody.

Yes, I got it. I got it.

I love you. I got to go.

Don't worry.

[Sighs] Love you.

Listen to her, buddy. Remember my wedding?

My cousin, and he left our rings on a city bus.

I had to chase that thing for like 10 blocks.

Okay? These things always have a way of working themselves out.

Duncan: Fellas. Sup?

Um, I got a quick question.

What's the whole situation with the plus-one?

I'm taking Chloe.

Duncan: Oh.

Well, she's technically invited, so you're supposed to bring somebody else.

Don't think it works that way.

Diaz, my man...


So, is this my lucky day or what?

Just in time for the bachelor party.

You guys got dancers? Better hope so.

Dov: Sorry. Who are you?

My name's Jay Swarek. I'm the father of the groom.

But I guess you guys wouldn't recognize me.

I'm sure that my picture didn't end up in his wallet.



You're Sam's dad?

Yes, I am.

Now, he told me I should meet you guys and hook up here and we'll drive up together.

Is that all right?

Yeah, but...

Don't worry about it. You relax, there, Nancy.

Special parole. Just a day pass for good behavior.

It's a special occasion.

Come on. Let's go.

[Car door closes]


My vows.

[Knock on door]


You're supposed to call when you get here.




You look beautiful.

Oh. [Chuckles]

Thank you.

I thought you weren't supposed to put that on yet.

Well, yeah.

I was just trying it on one more time... you know, make sure it was perfect.

Come in.

You're coming, right?


Actually, I'm, uh, I'm heading to Vancouver in two hours.

Oh. I don't know for how long, but I figure it's worth a sh*t, right?

Ohh. Okay.

Do you need anything before I, uh... Before I go?

Uh, I mean, something borrowed, something blue.

Uh, my vows. How about those? 'Cause I lost them.

Okay, well, where was the last place you, uh, you saw them?

Here, actually, on the counter.


[Fabric rips]

This is not happening.

Sewing kit?

Eh... my bag, right there.


[Sighing] Oh, come on!

Let's see.

How bad is it?

Um... You want to take that off?

'Cause if I stitch you into there, you will not be able to get out.


Uh, fine. Just do it. It's fine.


Yeah. I don't have time.

All right.


I mean, you know what you're doing, right?

Of course I do.

Teach you how to sew in the army?


Yes, ma'am.



Deep breath in.



You're happy, huh?

Yeah. Yeah, I really am.

Good. I'm glad.

What about you?

Over the moon.

I mean, the marlo stuff is a little tricky.

Um... But... I don't know.

I actually can't believe we made it this far.

Well, I actually can't believe I'm stitching you into your wedding dress.


There we go.

Thank you.


Thank you, thank you.

If I had to ask the driver to do it, that would have been pretty awkward.

Something borrowed.

Thank you.


[Cellphone vibrating]


Have a great flight.

You have a great, uh... Wedding.

Break... break a leg.

Okay. Bye.

I'm coming. I'm coming.


No, I don't have 40 minutes.

No, it's my wedding, guy!

Okay. You know what? Don't... uh, don't even come.

I'll drive myself.


[Engine turns over]

[Parking brake disengages]

[Tires squeal]

So, what do we know?

Gail: Lindsay McConnell... she's found d*ad last night, bottom of the basement stairs.

Blunt-force trauma to the head, blood on the hammer lying next to her on the floor.

Husband comes home, 6:00 P.M., said he found her that way.

♪ Dreaming ♪

Oh! Sh... my bad.

♪ I must be dreaming ♪

Shh! Sorry. Sorry.

Coroner's report. d*ad nine hours.

Time of death... approximately an hour after hubby left for work.

If the husband did it, what's his motive?

What do you mean, "what's his motive?" They were married.

So that's his motive... they were married.

But, I mean, it's all pretty thin.

They were married a couple years.

Everyone said they were happy.

Everyone's happy. What does that even mean?

You're happy when you're with someone at first and all their little quirks seem cute.

And then after a while, you hate the way that they chew their food and find yourself holding a hammer.

Know what I mean?

Wonder what she was making for dinner.

Looks like a marinade of some kind.

Maybe Piri Piri? Mmm.

That's what my mom would be making.

Portuguese specialty. [Chuckles]

Who is that muppet?

[Pop music playing over stereo]

♪ The color in your eyes ♪
♪ oh, oh, oh, oh ♪

"I, Andrea McNally, take you, Samuel Swarek, to be my partner in life, loving what I know of you and trusting what I do not know yet"... which better not be a lot, because I hate surprises.

Oh, man.

"I promise to honor you and cherish you"... learn how to read a map.

And I promise that if we ever get married again, I will leave way more time to get to you.

Hey, do me a favor. Take a right right here.

[Chris sighs]

A right.

This isn't the way out of town.

I got to make a quick pit stop. Do you mind?

Now, come on. It's a wedding.

I... I'm coming empty-handed. I got to get a wedding present.


All right, but make it quick.

No problem.

Okay, good.

This one?

Yeah, perfect.

A buddy of mine's in there.

He's waiting for me. He's got it.


Be right back.


We're sure he knows this guy, right?

[Doorknob rattles]

Looks like nobody's home.

Hey! Are you crazy?

You're standing in the middle of a highway!

Yeah, hi. Um, I really need a ride.

Okay, but stand on the shoulder, man, okay?

You're gonna get hit.

Okay, yeah. Great.


Uh, whoa, whoa, whoa. No, no.

What are you... what are you doing?

You said "okay."

No, I said, "okay, stand on the shoulder," not, "okay, I can give you a ride."

Look. Please? Okay?

Just like 20 minutes north to Uxbridge.


It's like 20 minutes north.


Fine. Buckle up. I'm in a rush.

Okay. Thank you.

[Seat belt clicks]

Where you coming from?

A friend's house.

It's hard to get around, living out here.

It's, uh... used to ride my bike, actually, but then it... it broke.

Is that a... is that a wedding dress?

You getting married or something?

[Chuckling] I am, actually.

To a guy named Sam.

That's awesome. I'm happy for you.

Well, thank you.

You have a boyfriend or...?

I... I used to, yeah. He went to jail.

But he was kind of a jerk anyways, though, so... You know, it's not a... a great loss.

That's good.


Okay, I'm in the kitchen, I'm cutting chicken.

My husband wakes up. He comes downstairs.

Gail: I'm the husband.

And I don't like the way you chew.

I grab a hammer.


So, why am I at the bottom of the basement stairs?

Why am I just gonna, like, leave the hammer lying next to you and then head to work?

[Blows nose]

What's your problem?

Oh, it's just... it's just so special, you know?

It's just the end of an era.

All the moments just... Coming together.



You weren't even around for all those moments.

You're just walking in... the last act of the show.

It's the best part, Gail.

Sam: I... I think she should be here by now.

Even with traffic, it's an hour's drive.

Yeah, hey. You know, w... w... we're in great shape, okay?

Father Jean Pierre is here.

Chris and Dov left with the rest of the flowers on schedule.

[Singsong voice] And look who I ran into.


Hey. Did you get my present?

Is that your present?





You hang it above your bed, and I guarantee you seven years of passion.

Oh. Only seven years?

[Both chuckle]

Hey, uh, what's... what's with the smoke?

Oh, it's a purifying ritual.

It's gonna cleanse all the negative energy.

Oh. Nice.

[Dance ringtone plays]

[Cellphone beeps]


Duncan, it's Epstein.

I need you to run an address for me.

139 west 22nd Street.

I want to know who lives there, if they have a criminal record, if they have any connection to a guy named Jay Swarek.

Call me back.

Okay. I'm on it. I'm on it.

Um, hey.

Uh, any word about the whole plus-one thing?



Come on. We're good. Let's go.

[Car door closes]

Did you get your present?

Yeah. Right here.

[Engine turns over]

So, let's shake a leg. Come on.

So, what's your name?


With two r's.


You seem really anxious.

And I actually thought I had cornered the market on anxiety today.

I'm fine.

I... I, um, I mean, I just had a... a bit of a bad ride before you.

But I'm all good now.

A bad ride?

Yeah, just a creepy driver, kind of.

He, uh, he was a big sh*t.


What does that mean?

Like, $100 kicks, you know, big, fancy convertible, thought he owned the world.


Hey, what happened to your hand?

Uh... y... you know, I... you can tell me. It's okay.

No, I... I really don't want to talk about it, okay?


[Cellphone chimes]

So, how did... how did you meet this Sam guy?

Uh, in an alleyway.

I basically kicked his ass.

Um, Starr, did you get into it with the driver back there?

Because I passed by a red convertible that was on the side of the road.

Is that him? Is that who you're talking about?

Um... You know, I'm actually good...

I'm good to get out here now, actually.

No, that's okay. I can take you to Uxbridge.

Why are you turning around?


Okay, pull over.

Let me out of this truck.

No! Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!

Let me out!


Tell me what happened!

What happened to you?

Look, the guy was wasted, okay?

He pulled me onto this side road, uh, I punched him in the nose, and then I took off.


[Cellphone chirps]

Are you gonna stop now?

Hey, can you just... do me a favor.

Grab the charger out of the glove compartment, please.

No, there's no...


There's no phone charger.


Look, I don't want to go back and see him, okay?

I... I understand that.

But if this guy as*ault you, then he should be arrested.

I'm a police officer. I can handle him.

I'm not getting out of the truck.

That's fine. You don't have to. I'll take care of it.


I'm a police officer. I want to talk to you for a second.

Get out of the car.


I... I can't move.

Get out of the car.

I can't m... m... move.





Come on!!

It's my wedding!!

Get out of the car... now.

I can't.

Why not?

S... she s*ab me.

[Dance ringtone plays]



Duncan. It's Andy.


Hey, I only have a few seconds right now...

Andy, listen, like, I'm honored to be on your mind right now, but look, please, today's about you, okay?

You need to focus.

No, you need to listen to me right now!

I am at a d*ad-end road off of Concession 5, uh, probably about three klicks east of Whitevale.

I was driving Sam's truck, and I... I'm with this guy right now, and he's...





Okay, okay, uh...

Do you have a shirt in your duffel bag?

[Weakly] Yeah.

Look, the kid was just standing in the middle of the highway, and she flagged me down.

S... s... she said she needed a ride home, and she wanted me to turn down this road here.

Then she pulled out a knife and then...

Okay. Okay.

I need you to put pressure on here, okay?

And keep the pressure on.

She said she wanted my wallet and my phone, and I said no.

And then she... she hit me with the butt of the knife, and then... and then she... she...


No, no, no! You can't... you have to let go! Please!

Don't touch it, okay?

We have to leave it in because I don't know what it's hit.

Are you just gonna leave it in me?

Yes, we're gonna wrap it up, okay?

Don't look. Don't look down. Keep pressure.

[Breathing shakily]

Where are your car keys?

She... she took them with her.


[Cellphone buzzes]


So, the house belongs to a known associate of Jay Swarek.

They had a couple of B&Es back in the '90s.

Really? That's very interesting.

Yeah, it's crazy. Listen.

Um, any word about the whole plus-one situation?

Because, I mean, I tried to ask Andy, but her phone cut out.

Should I be worried?

Jay, you lied to us. That house back there belongs to a known criminal.

Criminal? Stewart? [Chuckling] Stewart's not a known criminal. He's a known yellowbelly. And he wasn't home, so technically, I wasn't associating with anybody, right?

So, what? You decide to break into his house?

Look. This watch is originally my son's watch. I gave it to him. This watch means more to him than anything. I got to get it to him. I got to get it to him today.


'Cause a long time ago, I took this watch away from him, okay? He broke a window in my house after I warned him, so I took it off him as payment.

It's tough love.

Okay, maybe too tough.

But look how it all turned out.

And I never had the chance as a father to show him how absolutely proud I am of him.

And I figured this might do the trick.

We don't need to charge someone. We just need a theory.

Okay, so you want to just flip a coin and pick one?

Gail: Do you have a better idea?

What's the knife for?

She was making Piri Piri, right?

No one never said she was making Piri Piri.

Shut up.

Piri Piri, you marinate the whole chicken, which is why you don't need a knife.

Plus, it's a lot of chicken for two people.

It was frozen.

It was frozen. She was using the knife to separate it.

I do it all the time 'cause I live alone.

Well, you don't say.

I'm constantly forgetting to put the chicken out the night before, so it's always rock-solid, so I have to use the knife to wedge it apart.

It's actually really dangerous, which is why...

Which is why what? What?

Which is why I use a hammer to pound on the end of the knife.

She was... she was... she was carrying the hammer.

That's why her prints are all over it.

And she was bringing it back downstairs.

So, she tripped... She fell...

She landed on the hammer, and she smashed her head open?

So, maybe they were happily married.

Maybe not every relationship is a piece of crap! Ha.

Still very tragic, but maybe... maybe it wasn't a m*rder.

It's a theory. I'm gonna take it.

Okay, I'm telling Jarvis. You guys just go.

Forget it. We're late. You drive like a maniac.

You're my plus-one.

You can thank me later, by the way.

Oh, I don't like her.

Okay. I'm just gonna recline you a little bit, okay?


Just keep breathing.


D... did you just get married or something?

Uh, I'm about to.

I have about 15 minutes.

I... I'm sorry.

It's okay. It's okay. You know what?

Someone's gonna come soon, but until then, I've got you, all right?

So, we just need to keep pressure on here.


I need you to talk to me, all right?

What were you gonna do today?

Uh, I... I rented this s... silly red car so I could surprise my girlfriend, L... Linda.

I was on my way to the cottage.

And... and she wasn't expecting me till tomorrow, but I... I couldn't wait.

Oh, yeah? Why not?

'Cause I missed her.

I wanted to... I wanted to go for one last swim before it gets too cold, you know?


I figured that could be 74.

74 what?

E... epiphanies.

Just... Like...


You know? Big or... or small.

Just... Things I wouldn't have noticed before I met her.


Angus, hold on.

Angus, come on. You got to stay with me.

Okay, you know what we're gonna do?

We're gonna, uh, get you out of here right now.

You're gonna come with me to the highway, okay?

I'm gonna get you up. Yes. We're gonna count to three.

No, I c... I can't.

One, two, three. Come on, Angus.


Come on. Let's go.


You're okay. You got it.


Come on.

Oh, no, no. I can't.


I can't.

That's so weird. I can't even move.

Okay, okay. Look, I'm gonna go out to the road.

I'm gonna flag somebody down and get us some help.

I need you to keep pressure on this.

I'm gonna die here, aren't I?

No! No, you're not.

No, listen. I'm gonna go out to the road.

I'm, I'm... I'm gonna be right back.

Okay? I promise, okay?

Keep pressure.




You know, one time, I had a bride show up on a Saturday when the wedding was actually on a Sunday.

That's pretty weird.

Father: Mm-hmm.

She's gonna be here.

Uh, the wedding's in, uh, 10... 10 minutes.

Come on. You know the girl.

She's probably working on one of her lists.

She wants everything to be perfect before she walks through the door.

Yeah, you think?

Yeah, I do.

She loves you.

I, um... I just talked to the guys in Northbrook, and there's been no reported accidents.

So... Sam, do you want us to go and look for her?

Like, put an APB out on the truck?

Jay: Sammy!


I made it.



What are you doing? I come in peace!


Sammy, I brought you something.

Where is it?

H... how did you get here?

We drove him.

That wasn't the plan?

Thanks, guys.

Did Sarah tell you about this?

Yeah. She probably thought I'd just send you a card.

Look at this.

Buddy, you just got to breathe, all right? Breathe.

[Exhales sharply]


After all this time, look what I got for you right here.

It's your watch.

Remember how you loved that?

I figured today would be a good day for you to have it, bring you luck.

That's funny, Dad. Um [Chuckles] thanks.

I already have one, funnily enough.

Friend of mine gave it to me... before he died.


It's kind of an olive branch, anyway.

I don't mean to be a burden, but I do need to inform you that we have a funeral here at 3:00 P.M.


[Horn honks]

Did we miss it?

[Car doors close]


Where's Andy?



Please, please, please! I need your help!

[Horn blares]

Hey! No, no, no! I need your help!


What is wrong with you?!

You are what's wrong with the world!

I'm getting married!

[Door opens]

[Door closes]

Jay: Well.

We all die alone.

That's what they say.

That's very helpful, Dad. Thanks.

Well, we... we might all die alone, but that doesn't mean we have to live alone.

And you know what?

If we're gonna choose to live with other people, chances are we're gonna have to make a compromise at some point.

And you know what? I've learned how to compromise.

I've also learned how to be vulnerable.

You know what? You don't have to act like a fruit to catch a woman.


You really don't.

Actually, they hate it, in my experience.

Well, thanks for the dating tips from, uh, Millburn Prison.

Hey, at least your mother showed up for our wedding.


But, hey, if your girl doesn't show up, what you're gonna do is pick yourself up on your own two feet, act like a man.

You know that because I had to show you how hard life is.

Oh, you showed me how hard life is.

Thank you.

That's fine.

So, what about the watch? I can give it back to Stewart?

You're out of prison one day, you're already robbing people?

Eh, so what?

So I go back to prison.

What else was I really gonna do?

Work in a dollar store? Pay rent?

Oh! I can sit around your, uh, highfalutin condo.

We could talk about being vulnerable all night.

Look, thank your lucky stars you didn't end up like me.

That's pretty huge.

And if your girl knew how hard that was, I think she'd be here right now.

Well, thanks, pop.







What are you doing out here, Andy? You're gonna get squashed.

I have never been so happy to see someone in my whole life.

Listen, the first rule in road safety is you don't stand in the middle of it.

How... how did you find me?

I tracked the nav system in Sam's truck.


You sounded stressed out on the phone, so I figured, you know... I mean, I know I'm a dummy, but I'm not deaf, you know, and I figured I'd come out... [engine turns over] .. and make sure you're okay.





Hey, hey, hey! Angus!

Can you hear me?

[Groans weakly]


You came back.

'Course I did. I promised.

Big day for promises, huh?

Yeah, it is.


[Sirens wailing]

These guys are gonna call your girl, let her know where you are.

Thank you.

You're welcome.

[Siren chirps]

Hey, Duncan. Can I use your phone?


[Bells tolling]

Oliver: [Coughs] Sam?

We're gonna... we're gonna go and we're gonna find her.



[Cellphone vibrating]


Uh, Sam. It's me.


Where are you?


Uh, Concession 5 Road, just this adorable little d*ad end.

Um, there was this girl. She s*ab this guy.

Actually, it's a really long story.

Is it? Is it a long story?

I'm sorry.

Uh, did you think I wasn't gonna show up?

Sweetheart, I never doubted you for a second.

All right. We still good to do this thing?

Well, uh, we missed our first window, but give it about 45 minutes, we could be back in business.



Are you okay?

I'm great.

I love you.

I love you, too.

She's on her way.

♪ Going to find just one ♪


Thank you.

You look perfect.


Something blue.

♪ Seems to be the goal of everyone ♪



See you in a minute.

♪ From the search to the hurt ♪
♪ I believed I could take you on ♪


♪ We would drink, we would dance ♪
♪ and you would watch me whenever you want ♪
♪ and can you give me ♪
♪ everything, everything, everything? ♪
♪ 'Cause I can't give you anything ♪
♪ and if you wait ♪
♪ if you wa-a-a-a-a-it ♪

I love you.

♪ I will trust in time that we will meet again ♪
♪ if you wait ♪

Dearly beloved...

We are gathered here today to witness the union of Samuel Jay Swarek...

Andrea Grace McNally... in holy matrimony.

Into this estate, these two present come now to be joined.

If anyone can show just cause why these two should not be lawfully joined together, let them speak now, or they can forever hold their peace.

[Light laughter]



I, Samuel Jay Swarek... take you, McNally...

[Both laugh]

Andrea Grace McNally... as my lawfully wedded wife... to love and to cherish... to... embrace... and to set free.

You took a broken man and you made him whole.

And each day, I will be grateful.

I am grateful for everything you've given to me.

So, now I take you... my friend, my best friend, my partner, and the love of my life... for better or for worse, in sickness and in health, for now, forever, for always.



[Voice breaking] I had the greatest vows ever.

And I can't find them.



Here I am... looking at you.

And this is what I know.

I have loved you since the moment I saw you.

Loved you and feared you.

Well, not you, but this.


I have been so terrified to love... this profoundly.

But not anymore.


For good and for bad... for great and for hard... for dreams...

And the truth behind the dreams...

I am here.

I am yours.

Sam Swarek...

I choose you.

I promise to honor you and cherish you.

And while I will not obey you, per se...

[Both chuckle]

I will always hear you.

And I will keep loving you... one moment after another... one epiphany at a time.

We got any rings?


Here you go, pal.

With this ring, I thee wed.

Thank you.

[Laughing] But I think you have the wrong ring.

Oliver: Sorry. [Chuckles]

[Clears throat]

♪ From the meaning, the moment you tried to take me on ♪

Sam: Once again. Okay.


♪ From the air to the room, a bed that I own ♪

With this ring, I thee wed.

♪ And can you give me ♪
♪ everything, everything, everything? ♪
♪ 'Cause I can't give you anything ♪


With this ring, I thee wed.

♪ And if you wait ♪
♪ if you wa-a-a-a-a-it ♪

By the power vested in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife.


[Cheers and applause]

[Glass clinking]

Ladies and gentlemen, if I could have your attention.

Troops, this is, uh, like parade, I guess.

[Laughter] And no one listens anyway.


All right.

I am honored... no, I am thrilled... to present... where are they?

Uh, Mr. and Mrs...

Uh... Andy and Sam!

[Cheers and applause]


[Cheers and applause]

♪ A certain kind of light never shone on me ♪
♪ but I want my life to be lived with you ♪
♪ lived with you ♪

Frankie: You know, the worst part about this marriage thing is that it could actually happen to us now.

Like, it's a possibility.

[Laughing] Whoa.

You just need to, like, relax, string bean.

We're not getting married.

I already don't like the way you chew.

I didn't mean you and me.

Oh, did you mean "the gays"?

Yeah. Sure you did.

Equality is a terrible thing.

Uh, hey, ladies.

Have either of you seen Jay Swarek?

I don't know who that is.


♪ When I say the truth is written on my skin ♪
♪ girl, you're like a pearl on the outside ♪

Hey, Andy.

Um, can I talk to you for a quick second?



I just want to say thank you for everything.

Yeah. I should be thanking you.

I did save the day, didn't I?

I'm just playing.

Um, but being invited to this means a lot.

Oh. [Chuckles]

I... I didn't invite you.


Well, I mean, being included feels nice, too.


I'm being transferred to 16 Division.

I wanted to wait until after the ceremony to let you know, but... you know, just in case you got too distracted and forgot your vows or something... which were awesome. They almost made me cry.

I'm actually gonna miss you.

I'm gonna miss you, too. Come here.

You taught me everything I know.

But I got to find Jay, okay?

You have an amazing wedding, all right?

Thank you.

See you.

Stay out of trouble.

[Dance music playing]

How you doing?



That's you.


Oh! Ohh!



Go, Duncan!

♪ I'm gonna find a better way ♪

What's on your mind, McNally?

Traci: Whoo!

Just that everyone we love is here... together.

And we're here... together.

I feel like I'm gonna explode into, like, a million shiny pieces.

I think that's called "joy."

[Chuckling] Yeah.

Yo. Price.



♪ Lately, I've been, I've been losing sleep ♪
♪ dreaming about the things that we could be ♪


♪ Baby, I've been, I've been thinking hard ♪

Good morning, Mrs. Swarek.

Good morning... Mr. McNally.


♪ Yeah, we'll be counting stars ♪

[Coffee pours]



Okay, then.

Hey. Walk here today?

Yeah. You?

Yeah. Exercise. Keeps the anxiety down.

You're telling me.

♪ Old, but I'm not that old ♪
♪ young, but I'm not that bold ♪

You believe this?

Six years at this place.

Six years together.

Whatever happens, you're a solid cop, McNally.

A great partner.

You too.

♪ I couldn't lie, couldn't lie, couldn't lie ♪


[Sighs] No.



♪ I've been losing sleep ♪

Uh, excuse me. That's my locker.



They just gave me a number, so I...

I wondered why there was stuff in here.

So you were just going through my personal things?

♪ We'll be counting stars ♪

No, I...

Move it, child.

Oh, my God. I knew it.

They're transferring me... 27 Division.

sh**t me now.

Do not say that unless you mean it, Chloe.

You're right. It's just an unfortunate figure of speech.

[Voice breaking] Oh, my God.

I'm gonna miss you guys so much.

♪ I feel something so wrong ♪

Same division.

Me too. Andy?


My name's not even on here.

Check over there.

Detective in training.

It's what you wanted, right? You've done all the courses.

The new staff said you were ready.

♪ Baby, I've been, I've been losing sleep ♪

It's fine. 27 Division's fine.

At least I know my way around.

Can it, Price. You're staying.

Same platoon?

Same platoon.


[Laughing] Wow. That was totally worth it.

You have some good moves there, Price.

You ready to go?

What happened?

I kind of missed bossing you guys around.

Now, I dig that corner office.

It's the drawers.

And the glass.

So much glass.

Is that why we're still here?

Uh, only thing that I said to Jarvis... you guys are not the problem. You are the solution.

Let's go meet your rookies.

What do you mean, "our"?

I mean you're gonna be training them, Diaz... you and Peck, McNally.

And today, you are gonna be reporting to Detective Sergeant Traci Nash, our brand-new head of g*n and Gangs.

That's right. Get in there. There's been a lot of...


Don't even talk to me right now.

All right, that is where we're gonna focus our day.

Hey! Come on, children, inside. Class is about to start.

All right, everybody. Listen up.

"A" platoon is reporting for parade.

So, everybody else, you know what that means.

I will be available right after this to discuss next moves, all right?

♪ We could be ♪

Uh, anyone that doesn't know who I am, I'm Acting Staff Sergeant Oliver Shaw, and I will be your hostess today, okay?

Uh, there are fresh faces here, and I will tell you, we are glad that you are here.

Okay, down to business.

McNally, you're taking Connor.

Diaz, with Zettel.

Peck, you're rolling with Fox, who looks a little bit nervous, so you will go gentle on him.

Traci: Staff?


More shots fired on Richmond.

All right, get out there.

T.O.s, keep eyes on your rookies.

Rookies, keep eyes on your T.O.s.

Stay together.

Serve, protect... and don't screw up.

♪ Take that money, watch it burn ♪
♪ sink in the river the lessons are learned ♪
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