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Ambitious young cops try to prove themselves in their high-stakes careers, in which the smallest mistake can have deadly consequences. At the core of the close-knit group is perfectionist Andy McNally, whose father was a homicide detective before he burned out on the job. The series follows Andy and her four colleagues -- Dov Epstein, Gail Peck, Traci Nash and Chris Diaz -- as they experience the trials, triumphs and tribulations of police work, as well as its effect on their personal lives.

Andy and Chris accidentally screw up one of the biggest drug busts of the decade when they arrest one of the players. In an effort to save the operation, Swarek and Andy go undercover to make the drug buy. When Andy realizes that their bait and switch has created an ambush that will endanger Swarek’s life, it’s all hands on deck as the coppers of 15 Division rush to save the life of one of their own.MORE-LESS

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- Dov wouldn't tell you, huh? - No. I offered him money.

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Excuse me!

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Diaz.

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I mean, money laundering, counterfeiting, maybe.

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are involved in this thing, how many people I could've arrested?

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Well, then if you didn't know, how are Chris and I supposed to?

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I'm sorry. I'm really sorry. I was scared,

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Okay.

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You have your uniform.

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Uh, Frank, Nash is on desk now.

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We we run a full background check,

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Hello?

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Uh, appreciate the gesture, McNally,

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Hmm? You want to be a rookie forever?

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And what's our story?

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Did he just make you my supervisor or something?

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in a triple homicide we're investigating

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when we live together, maybe I shouldn't have said yes.

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Uhh! Aah.

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Come on!

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- with Gabe Lessing two or three times a week - Dov, I can explain!

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I guess I was afraid how you'd react.

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He doesn't need to be here, but he is for you.

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So at least now you know why the bad guys are scared of you.

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And I got hurt and hurt some people

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I'm tired

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That's a beautiful outfit, and you wear it well.

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You just get that feeling, right?

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Oh, it's not here. Not here?

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Deal's good, I call Gabe, and he lets Rick take the money. Done.

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Now that's a girl you can count on.

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No, no. We have no sign. We got no deal.

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We haven't heard from Chris or Gail in over an hour.

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Epstein, you waiting for an invite in the mail?

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Sure, yeah. A couple blocks.

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Well, Landry did give him $2 million.

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which you will not do if you keep pointing that gun at a cop.

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Stop!

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There’s a nervous tension in the air on Judgment Day for all the rookies at 15 Division who will have to undergo make-or-break assessments by Staff Sergeant Frank. But after the death of an unidentified girl at a house party – an emotionally harrowing experience that pushes all of her buttons – Andy begins to question whether she has what it takes to be a copper and contemplates handing in her badge.MORE-LESS

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If I thought that a woman couldn't be a single mom

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It's a door, mcnally. You knock, it opens.

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I'm not really hungry. And you call yourself a copper?

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Do you hany more info on the call? No call back. Stand by for the patch.

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I've never seen her before in my life. So what's she doing at your party?

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Ran off when they heard the sirens.

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According to the logbook, Mr. Joseph signed in at this morning.

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The more I realize what we're missing

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These kids are graduating, and they still can't spell.

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Make a line. I got questions, all right?

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I'm officer williams. This is officer mcnally.

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Well, actually, my little sister julia

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And you be sympathetic, but don't drag it out.

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Why?

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You can go in and help with the witnesses.

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How do you expect me to believe she's dead If you won't let me see her?

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More sleepy than hungry. You want one?

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Yeah, but He came here

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Find out all that we can about julia-

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My mom's not waiting to grieve. She's just like that now.

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T.C.O.

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You know that other officer,

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The next thing we knew, they were screaming at each other-

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She was being all dramatic, and she was yelling at me

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She's a girl. You know what I mean.

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So? So real men use their hands.

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Is everything okay?

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And the next, your little girl's standing at the bedroom door

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You just wait until this job has ruined every relationship

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And I wasn't there for her.

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Drop the gun, dana.

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All right, so that's the kid who taped it.

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I know, but not even a hair tousle or a high five? Yeah.

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it's like it's all adding up.

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That family tonight-the pain that I brought into their home-

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Andy, listen to me. The uniform does not make the cop.

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But it's up to you.*************

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Right. Well, it's a good thing you speak idiot.

What was to be a routine day for Andy is abruptly put on hold when her ex-copper father, Tommy, confesses that he might have committed a serious crime during one of his alcohol-induced blackouts while settling a score that has tortured him for years. As she and Swarek try to piece together what happened, little by little she begins to uncover the truth about the case that sent her father over the edge – evidence that could possibly send him to prison.MORE-LESS

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Yeah, well, I had to drop some stuff off at my dad's place.

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So you and Callaghan

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Memorial. Gotta take a statement.

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"The Guardian is running from cops, hiding in alley."

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Somebody needs to go and warn Mr. Hudson here

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What makes you think she's gonna talk to us?

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Yeah, Luke, I I really don't think

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This is ridiculous.

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You know, for someone sleeping with a detective,

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- You been following him? - Somebody has to.

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- Okay, hold on. - Hey, Epstein. Epstein!

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Doesn't prove anything.

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No, just listen, okay? Maybe he went there last night.

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No, it's for my mother. It's a lifetime achievement award.

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- Can I get your name? - Valerie Kaliciak.

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So what The Guardian's gonna do it?

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No. Trevor and I hadn't really fallen back into a routine yet.

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Your dad's a good shot, even when he's loaded.

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18, dump in an industrial park?

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He blew it.

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no matter how good you are, how straight,

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But I call her something else."

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Okay.

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Look, most of what I do is nighttime surveillance

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Uh, no, not really.

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You've been drinking.

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Or maybe it was just wrong place, wrong time.

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How closely did you look at this file?

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He was gonna get out and do it all over again.

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Andy, come on. What else are you not telling me?

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You're my little girl.

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I actually believed you killed somebody today.

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This is good work. This is gonna look good on you boys.

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Or a Halloween party.

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I mean, I got him all cleaned up,

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Andy’s attempt to avoid Swarek is thwarted when both are assigned to a prisoner transport. When things go awry and the inmate breaks loose, the two officers are led on a cat-and-mouse foot chase through the meandering woods. Meanwhile, Chris and Traci help Jerry reconstruct the missing notes of a vital court case, and Dov and Gail piece together the mystery behind an amnesiac John Doe.MORE-LESS

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That's the pair you grew?

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Do you need something?

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Anyone, can you help me? Anyone?

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Serve, protect and keep your eye on the target. Please!

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Thank you.

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The witness Swarek and McNally are picking up in Sudbury--

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Why don't I do that? Ohh, I don't feel good. Oh. All right. Okay. All right, all right.

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Not fake polite, real polite-- and we act as friends,

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Small-time drug dealer, witnessed a double murder.

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To testify against the shooter. He was the only eyewitness.

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You know what? What?

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Mm. Yeah, guy's wasted, right?

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yeah. So--so what are you guys up to? Yeah.

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He might walk. Okay, well, let's-- let's put it all together.

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Yeah, I like the who.

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I try not task. Officer Epstein?

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There's some basic rules for picking up a prisoner. All right.

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Miss! Miss.

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I gotta say, I did not expect ham-bulance

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we're gonna be escorting you to the prosecutor's office.

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I was apprenticing for a tool and die maker.

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It's just that You know, every moment offers you

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Whoa. Uh, sorry, but, uh, I'm using this room.

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You know what? This isn't, uh, gonna work for me.

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And I'm admitting this guy to mapleview.

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We would've been running on fumes the rest of the way home. Needle on empty means a quarter tank.

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He just likes silence.

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Don't talk to the prisoner. Don't get out of the car.

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I didn't think he would try anything like that.

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Uh, uh, I could just go. Oh, come on, Traci. You gotta admit,

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He went that way.

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no, McNally. They fell off a freakin' beaver.

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Mr. Doe, that's not a real family. We'll try again.

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Word association exercises to do. I really appreciate your efforts, officer,

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The numbers on these I.D.E.N.T. forms are different.

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That's gotta be him.

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Of goodwill, aren't you? You're such a hypocrite.

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Yeah, my dad used to take me every summer.

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Nothing really worked.

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Between us

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After a routine speed trap leads to a messy accident on a city highway, Chris and Gail find one of the cars mysteriously empty and quickly realize that its license plate matches the one being broadcast in a citywide “Amber Alert” – a nine-year old girl has been abducted and the driver of the vehicle is the prime suspect. A whirlwind manhunt ensues involving a complex interrogation of the missing child’s parents. As always, everyone has a secret.MORE-LESS

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Just remember to point it directly

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And--and three, I thought you'd respect that.

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Thank you. "oh, officer, please.

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Mr. "I've got it all figured out,"

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Noelle, let's--let's get this done.

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You gotta figure out if she's connected to this, okay?

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Hey!

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I'm looking through it now. Yeah. Did you get anything?

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We got the dad coming in. I want you to handle it.

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Anything you need? Coffee? Water?

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Hi. Please tell me that you found her. Please.

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Don't know how long she'll be asleep.

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So Rebecca was with you this morning, Mrs. Leigh?

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But Rebecca hates it, because she wants to be a big girl.

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Excuse me, folks.

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Every little detail. I don't care who you are. You try to remember something.

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What's the Bevilacqua case? First big one I worked as a rookie--

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You gonna keep 'em together?

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And I'm still your training officer,

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Yeah, but what the hell is he so sorrabout?

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This ain't "C.S.I.," all right?

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Yes, that's it. Edith Larson,

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Yeah.

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That's who we need to take a run at. What do you think?

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When do you find out? I mean, it's kind of exciting.

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We didn't just bust the french connection.

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A guy like me--not exactly the beefiest guy in the room.

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We know she's connected to Chapman,

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Okay.

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I-I have no idea what it's been like for you

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I don't know.

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And It was the school,

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Please just look at the picture. I can't.

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With a convicted sex offender?

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Sir, please step this way.

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No, I gotta get home. Zoe had the girls all day.

After their High School Outreach assignment goes awry, Andy and Chris stumble on the victim of a vicious beating behind a nightclub. When the trail of clues leads them to discover the man’s assailant was a cop, the rookies are faced with a gut-wrenching moral decision – a choice that could dramatically jeopardize their future on the force. Meanwhile, the senior officers compete in a retraining exercise led by Frank Best, the new acting Staff Sergeant.MORE-LESS

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All right. Fine. Fine, $

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Second, from our wounded Officer Oliver Shaw.

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The rest of you, get ready to serve, protect

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Uh pfft. I went there.

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Well, I'm gonna say the feeling of polyester pants after you start to sweat a bit.

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everything starts to fall apart their job, relationships.

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but I think it's only fair that we give the detectives a shot at the booze, too.

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Look, again, I'm really sorry about the miscommunication.

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Traci said you might be going up to a cabin tonight.

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Alleyway west of Bloor and Brunswick. We need an ambulance now.

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A couple of guys came up. They s suckered me.

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It happens. The right dance moves with the wrong dude's girlfriend.

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Ladies.

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No, no. I I don't need your notes, Diaz. Just give me the highlights.

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Oh, yeah, definitely. You mean, running on the spin team catching bad guys?

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- I'm ready! - Bring it on.

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No. This shouldn't be happening.

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The man cannot think for himself.

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Look, I should've been honest.

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There's gotta be an explanation.

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You think brianna was on drugs?

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It's it's okay. Take your time.

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Please? Just let it go.

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I should never have went to him.

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Oh, my God.

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stuffed in the golf bag.

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I mean, we're not even fully fledged cops yet.

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You know what? I'm gonna take this one.

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So what, this Robin chick is making you guys take amphetamines?

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Oh, that's hilarious. I'm referring to a case, Sam.

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I I have no idea.

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Oh, okay. So you just want to pass the buck and let the detectives decide?

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My sister told me that she explained the, uh situation.

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You've done your little bit of police work.

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You do, and I will systematically destroy your reputations in this service,

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So, you went back to school today, huh?

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A severe heat wave wreaks havoc on the city, forcing the rookies to work around the clock to keep the peace. In the midst of the chaos, Andy discovers that a serial rapist may have resurfaced to prey on vulnerable teenage girls. And when the extreme temperature precipitates a citywide blackout, Andy finds she’s cut off from all backup and must take.MORE-LESS

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During the investigation of a highway accident, Chris and Gail find a license plate matches that of an Amber Alert. When disturbing secrets come to light after the parents are questioned, the entire division becomes involved in the search for the 9-year old girl.

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Rookie Blue Show Summary

A fun, fresh, high-stakes drama with a twist of danger follows the lives of five young, ambitious cops right out of the Academy. From their very first day on the job, these rookies are plunged into the world of big city policing, a world where even the smallest mistake can have life-or-death consequences and serious emotional fall-out.

The soul of this close-knit group is year-old perfectionist Andy McNally. Honest to a fault, all Andy has ever wanted to be is "good police". Her father was a cop, and while he wasn't the best cop - or the best father - Andy knows she'll never find this sense of family, loyalty and excitement in any other job.

The series explores the trials, triumphs, competition and camaraderie of Andy and her rookie family - boyfriends, best friends, mentors and competitors - who are about to learn that no amount of training can prepare them for life.

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The adventures o ambitious young police officers and the veteran cops who work with them.

Show Details:

Start date: Jun
End date: Jul
Status: cancelled/ended
Network(s): Global (CA)
Run time: 60 min
Episodes: 74 eps
Genre(s): Crime/Mystery, Drama

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Rookie Blue (previously known as Copper) is a Canadian police drama television show starring with Missy&#;Peregrym and Gregory&#;Smith. It was created by Morwyn&#;Brebner, Tassie&#;Cameron and Ellen&#;Vastone.The one-hour police drama premiered on Thursday, 24 June and airs simultaneously on Global TV in Canada and on ABC in the United States.

On 12 July , the series was picked up for a second season after only three episodes had aired.

Plot[]

The series follows the lives of 5 fellow Rookies and their Training Officers, that are "fresh" from the Academy. They must learn not only to deal with their duties as police officers, but also deal with the problems and expectation of their families and friends.

Production and development[]

The series is produced by E1 Entertaiment, Canwest and Thump, Inc. The pilot script was written by Ilana&#;Frank.In February , Canwest ordered the show straight-to-series with a 13 episode order under the title Copper.ABC purchased the U.S. broadcast rights to the series in April

The first role cast was Andy McNally, portrayed by Missy&#;Peregrym,followed by Gregory&#;Smith cast as Dov Epstein. Additional casting was announced in July, and production began in Toronto on 14 July , and was expected to continue through November

Filming of the second season was scheduled to begin between September and end January

Cast[]

Main cast[]

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Rookie Blue

Canadian police drama television series

Rookie Blue is a Canadian police dramatelevision series starring Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith. It was created by Morwyn Brebner, Tassie Cameron and Ellen Vanstone.[1] The police drama premiered on June 24, , at &#;p.m. Eastern/&#;p.m. Central,[2] and aired on Global in Canada and ABC in the United States.[3]

On July 17, , Global and ABC following later announced that Rookie Blue was renewed for a fifth season.[4] Originally intended to be a single season consisting of 22 episodes (up from the usual 13),[5] the season was split in two. Season 5 premiered on May 19, , on Global,[6] on June 19 on ABC,[7] and on July 20 on Universal Channel in the UK.[8] The second 11 episodes aired in and were later re-branded as season 6.[9][10][11] The final episode of Season 6 aired that July.

On October 16, , it was announced that Rookie Blue had completed its run after six seasons and would not be returning.[12]

Plot[edit]

Main article: List of Rookie Blue episodes

There's something really primal about the idea of being a rookie—it hits that horrible, eternal sense of feeling like a fraud, like a kid dressed in grown-up clothes, trying to pretend you know what you're doing. And I thought, what if you were feeling just like that—but with a gun?

—Tassie Cameron, Executive Producer[13]

Set in Toronto, the series follows the lives of five rookie cops from fictional 15 Division who have just graduated from the academy. Training's over, life begins. They must learn to deal with not only their duties as police officers, but also the problems and expectations of family, friends, and romantic attachments at the office. They are first responders who are about to learn that no amount of training prepares you for life.[citation needed]

"To serve, protect, and" is usually used in the parade room before shift starts by the cop leading the parade. It always has a significant meaning in the context of the episode plot. More often than not, however, they use "to serve, protect, and don't screw up".[citation needed]

Rookie Blue has been described as the Grey's Anatomy of the world of rookie cops.[14]

Setting[edit]

The series is set in Toronto, sometimes making references to local street names. The streets are often recognizable, as is the case with Jameson Avenue in Parkdale, the location of a call-out in the pilot episode.[15]

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of Rookie Blue characters

Main[edit]

Officers[edit]

  • Missy Peregrym portrays Andrea "Andy" Grace McNally,[16] the series protagonist. She is driven by the desire to do the right thing even if it means not following procedure. Her father, Tommy McNally, was formerly a homicide detective before he burned out. As a result, McNally carries her father's baggage, trying to prove herself. Andy is the most positive person on the job—because she knows first-hand where the job can take you, and she does not want to go there. Her mother, Claire, is a social services worker who abandoned them when Andy was a teenager. She studied Sociology/Psychology before becoming a cop and she was an A student.[17] At the beginning of the series she begins a relationship with homicide detective Luke Callaghan, and the two move in together at the end of season 1, although she and her training officer, Sam Swarek, have a palpable chemistry. After having shot her first person on the job, she is confused and runs to him, intending to sleep with him in order to stop thinking. Before it progresses too far, she walks out on him, something that leaves them in discomfort for several episodes. She later becomes engaged to Callaghan but breaks up with him after he sleeps with his ex-girlfriend, Detective Jo Rosati. She finally admits that she has feelings for Swarek, but by the time she is ready to tell him he has already left on an undercover mission. The last three episodes of Season 2 show viewers the beginning of Swarek and McNally's relationship, even though he is undercover, which leads them both to suspension for "conduct unbecoming" when they are discovered. In the beginning of season 3, Andy returns from a trip after her three months suspension and gets her job back as well as restarting her relationship with Swarek. When her mother suddenly appears in her life due to a work case, she decides to let her back in after she asks for a second chance. After Detective Barber's death, Swarek breaks up with her, which causes a lot of pain for Andy. After a month and a half, and in a life-threatening situation when she is holding a grenade, Swarek says to her that he loves her and then he tries to get her back. But for Andy, it is too little, too late. Then Detective Callaghan asks her to participate in a task force, which will keep her isolated and away from 15 Division for an extended period of time. She accepts but has to leave immediately, which leaves Swarek drinking at the Penny (the local bar) while waiting for her. In the first episode of season 4, when she returns, she finds out he has been dating Officer Marlo Cruz while she was gone. She is a bit competitive but eventually decides to move on. She becomes closer to Nick Collins, who was her partner undercover, resulting in the two of them beginning a new relationship. When Sam gets shot in the season 4 finale, she goes in the ambulance with Sam, and then confesses that she still loves him. It is shown in season 5 that the two are together again. At the end of season 5, Andy is caught in a bomb attack at the station, but escapes unharmed. In Season 6, when it is revealed that Marlo is pregnant with Sam's child, it causes tension between Andy and Sam, with Andy feeling left out. However, their relationship remains strong and they marry at the end of Season 6.
  • Charlotte Sullivan portrays Gail Peck. She spent a few years as a half-goth.[18] Underneath her caustic exterior, Gail is vulnerable and feels lonely. Because she is the daughter of high-ranking officials in the police force she is often seen by others as getting preferential treatment. Her mother is a superintendent, her father is an inspector, her brother a successful narcotics detective, and her godfather is the chief of police. Because of this, she feels the need to prove to herself and others that she can do the job without help, which further isolates her. In Season 1, she develops a relationship with Chris Diaz. However, the two break up in season 2 because Chris believes that she likes Dov but none of them are willing to clarify how they really feel. In Season 3, it is revealed that she was previously engaged to the new rookie, Nick Collins, with whom she begins a new relationship. Later, she is kidnapped by a cab driver after working undercover as an escort and is rescued, but at the expense of Detective Jerry Barber's life. When she takes the fall for a shooting in the 15 Division, her job is put on the line, but she does not lose it under the condition that she be treated as a new rookie. Gail ends up isolating herself from her friends due to the way she treats Chloe. Seeing how close Nick and Andy had gotten since their undercover operation, she becomes jealous and cheats on Nick with a detective who worked with him and Andy during their sting operation. As a result, she and Nick break up. Later in season 4, she ends up meeting and befriending Holly, a forensic specialist, and lesbian. The two share a brief kiss in the coat closet at Frank and Noelle's wedding and eventually begin a tentative relationship.[19] At the end of season 5, Gail and Holly break up and Gail decides to adopt Sophie, the orphaned daughter of a woman killed in a case Gail worked on.
  • Travis Milne portrays Chris Diaz. He is often seen as taking the "by the book" approach. He believes in the chain of command, following orders, doing the right thing and above all, he believes in defending the weak. Despite this seemingly good trait, it makes him unable to take initiative. He becomes involved in a relationship with Gail Peck until he is forced to notify the authorities of corruption that Peck's brother's partner was involved in. This temporarily costs him the relationship with Peck. However, the two reconcile and are seen happily together in the beginning of season 2. Their relationship ends when he accuses her and Dov of sneaking around behind his back. He eventually makes amends with Dov, but not with Gail. After a while, he realizes that he still has feelings for Gail, only to discover that she is now with Nick Collins. He finds out that his ex-girlfriend, Denise, had his child without telling him but accepts his role as a father and begins making family-centred decisions. He considers a transfer to Timmins at the end of the third season because Denise does not want to live in the city and he still wishes to remain close to his son, Christian. In the fifth episode of season 4, Chris accepts his transfer to Timmins early and leaves, only saying goodbye to Oliver. However, he reappears in the ninth episode of season 4 when he comes to visit for the long weekend with Denise and Christian. Christian is later kidnapped while under the care of Andy and Nick, and it is later to be revealed that the kidnapper is his biological father, Gene McKenzie. In episode 10, Chris transfers back to 15 Division. He is no longer with Denise, but struggles to be so far from his son. Dov later discovers that Chris is becoming addicted to cocaine, which results in a fallout between the two. However, Chris takes some time off to recover and things are made right again with Dov. In Season 6, he is in affair with Jamie, a recovering alcoholic, who is revealed to be the wife of Inspector Jarvis. Chris tries numerous times to end things with her but finds himself incapable of doing so. At the end of Season 6, it is revealed that Jarvis had known about the affair but that he himself had a girlfriend since he and his wife were getting divorced.
  • Peter Mooney portrays Nick Collins. He appears for first time in season 3. He is a former soldier who served for four years, including a tour in Afghanistan, before becoming a cop. Before the series began he was in a relationship with Gail Peck, and they were ready to marry in Las Vegas before he enlisted. When he first comes to 15 Division they start a new relationship, albeit after much coaxing on his part. His military training and experience is often considered as an asset by his colleagues. In the season 3 finale he is selected as the other officer to participate in Callaghan's task force, resulting in his developing feelings for Andy. He eventually breaks up with Gail when he finds out that she slept with someone else. He tells Andy on the night of Frank and Noelle's wedding that he has romantic feelings for her, but Andy needs time to sort things out. He and Andy begin a relationship shortly after. However, Nick knows subconsciously that Andy is still in love with Sam, which is acknowledged when the latter is shot at the end of Season 4. He tells Andy to go see Sam at the hospital, showing that he knows that she can never let go of Sam. In Season 5 they are no longer together but eventually go back to being good friends. In Season 6 Nick meets Officer Juliet Ward who, unbeknownst to him, is an undercover officer for Internal Affairs. He expresses an immediate interest in her, but Ward tries not to get close to any of the officers that she is investigating. However, the two eventually give in to their feelings for each other and begin a relationship. When it comes to light that she is investigating their division, Nick breaks it off with her, feeling betrayed. At the end of Season 6, Ward is on her way to Vancouver when Nick stops her to tell her that he wants to go with her, indicating that he has forgiven her.
  • Priscilla Faia portrays Chloe Price. She appears for the first time in season 4, when she is first introduced as a one-night stand of Dov's and then later revealed to be Frank's goddaughter and the newest rookie to be transferred to 15 Division. She is talkative and bubbly, which sometimes annoys the other rookies. However, she shows herself to be a competent officer. She and Dov embark on a relationship, until Dov finds out that she is married to Wes, an officer from her old division. It does not help that he finds out about Wes by meeting Wes himself while Chloe is in a coma and unable to explain anything. When Chloe wakes up and recovers, she assures Dov that she and Wes had not been together for a long time and that they were getting divorced. However, she kisses Wes one day and Dov breaks up with her. She spends the season trying to win him back but Dov responds coldly. At the very end of Season 6, Dov has an outburst and their problems are finally out in the open. They kiss and get back together.

Detectives[edit]

  • Gregory Smith portrays Dov Epstein. He was a sickly asthmatic kid who watched reruns of Starsky and Hutch while in bed[20] and his older brother, Adam, killed himself, something that Dov still does not understand. His parents were "hippies", but his grandmother paid for him to have a private education. He is often shown to be overeager to get involved in everything even when it is not necessary for him to do so. This characteristic has gotten him into trouble many times, so much so he has been told to "slow it down". However, in season 2, Epstein's desire to be heavily involved enables him to save a man's life. He is Chris Diaz's best friend and roommate, and later Gail's roommate as well when she moves in with them. In season 2, he meets and becomes involved with Sue, a bomb technician from ETF, whom he always tries to impress, thinking he does not deserve her. They break up when he develops feelings for Crystal, the sister of the boy he shot and killed. In season 4 he has a one-night stand with Chloe Price, a woman he met in a bar and later finds out to be Frank's god-daughter as well as 15 Division's latest officer. By the middle of the season, however, the two of them have started a relationship. When Chloe is shot on the job, Epstein finds out that she is still married to an officer from her old division, Wes. He forgives her for this, but after he discovers that Wes kissed her and she hid the evidence from him, he breaks up with her, much to Chloe's dismay. They eventually get back together. At the end of season 6 he is promoted to detective.
  • Ben Bass portrays Samuel "Sam" Jay Swarek. He is known for following his instincts rather than following the book and is thus labeled as a rogue cop by his frustrated superiors. Formerly an undercover officer working on a money laundering operation, his cover is exposed when McNally arrests him in the series premiere, believing him to be a suspect in a murder case. He returns to 15 Division as a training officer for the rookies, awaiting a position to open up in Guns and Gangs. In episode 7 (Hot and Bothered) of season 1, Andy, upset and confused, goes to see him at night and almost sleeps with him. This makes their relationship awkward afterward, but the two talk and make amends later. Although McNally is his love interest, he insists that their relationship is strictly professional. But in season 2 there still might be hope for McNally and him because of McNally's fiancé Luke Callaghan cheating on her. During episode 10 (Best Laid Plans) of season 2, he went back into undercover operations before he had the chance to become romantically involved with McNally. However, they meet in the following episode and finally hook up. After getting suspended, he asks Andy to have a real relationship, but she leaves town to keep her job, since one of the terms of the suspension was for Swarek and McNally to not see each other, which leaves him disoriented. In the beginning of season 3, Andy convinces him to restart the relationship, although he wants to take it slow. He has a sister, Sarah, who was attacked as a kid, and that is why he became a cop. When Andy's mother reappears in her life, he investigates her, and we see that he doesn't like or trust Claire because he blames her for Andy's pain. When Detective Barber dies, he goes into a dark place and starts to question Andy's instincts as a cop. He then wonders how much he will sacrifice for their relationship, so he breaks up with her saying that he cannot take it anymore. Everyone tells him how foolish he is for what he's done, but he has already noticed. When he sees Andy terrified and holding a grenade, he confesses his love for her. Then he tries to convince her that breaking up was a mistake, that he will do anything to make it up to her, but she is hurt and not sure he means it. He asks her for drinks, but he is left waiting as she is already gone for the task force without talking to him. In season 4, he becomes detective and has been dating Officer Marlo Cruz. He was shot in the last episode of season 4, but recovers. It is later revealed in season 5 that his father, Jay Swarek, is an inmate at Millburn Penitentiary, and was in and out of his childhood. He and Oliver Shaw begin to have suspicions about corruption within the police force. At the end of season 6, his daughter with Marlo is born and he marries Andy McNally.
  • Adam MacDonald portrays Steve Peck. Steve is Gail's older brother and a corrupt detective in the Guns and Gangs division. He is partnered up with Traci to serve as a distraction from dealing with the copycat of the man that murdered Jerry, her dead fiancé. He ends up having feelings for Traci which are reciprocated, but she doesn't think it's the right time. He reveals that he is a corrupt cop and is arrested which also ended his relationship with Traci.
  • Noam Jenkins portrays Jerry Barber. A divorced detective at 15 Division, he actively participated in operations and stings, coordinating officers and other resources at his disposal. He later became Traci's boyfriend and eventually sold his car, Stella, as sign that he wants to be serious in being more family oriented. Detective Barber died in episode 9 of season 3 due to a fatal stab wound to the abdomen while trying to solve Peck's kidnapping.
  • Eric Johnson portrays Luke Callaghan. A homicide detective at 15 Division, he is tireless and exceedingly charming. He was involved in a relationship with McNally until he cheated on her with his ex-girlfriend, Jo Rosati. McNally ends the relationship, but Luke wants her back, and the fallout causes Jo Rosati to leave 15 Division. He is heartbroken but eventually accepts that Andy doesn't want him back. This is particularly seen when he discovers that Andy and Sam had been seeing each other while Sam was undercover. He is gone half of third season due to a task force mission. He comes back after Gail's kidnapping. At the end of the season, he asks Andy and Nick to participate in the task force with him.
  • Melanie Nicholls-King portrays Noelle Williams. Was originally a training officer and is veteran of the police force, she hoped to become head of 15 Division but was beaten out by Frank Best. Noelle is not only great at her job, but she is also an invaluable mentor for the rookies in her division. During the first season, she was trying to get pregnant with the aid of hormone injections. She was caught by Traci who subsequently helped her. In episode 9 of season 2, she and Frank Best kiss, embarking on a relationship. It is revealed in the finale of season 2 that Noelle is pregnant with Frank Best's child and in the beginning of the third season, she is keeping it a secret. In episode 9 of season 3, she goes into labour a month early and delivers a healthy baby girl named Olivia. In season 4, she becomes engaged to Staff Sergeant Frank Best after he proposes to her following a faked homicide involving officers Peck and Epstein. On their wedding day, Noelle goes missing, and Traci discovers that she is planning to ditch the wedding because she had found a possibly-cancerous lump in her breast. She is later convinced to go through with the wedding, and has since been optimistic about her recovery. As of season six, she is a Detective working for central headquarters, presumably coordinating Toronto Police's Internal Affairs branch.
  • Rachael Ancheril portrays Marlo Cruz. During the six months in which Andy and Nick are away, Sam moves on and enters into a relationship with her. She is well liked by everyone, but she and Andy end up in situations together as partners. The tension between them builds. It is later revealed that she is bipolar, and she tells Andy, who promises to keep her secret. In episode 12 of season 4, Marlo's obsession with proving a man is a child molester causes her condition to take her over. When the man is attacked after Marlo confronted him, Andy tells Sam about Marlo being bi-polar and they try to hide her involvement in the case. Her job is on the line, after she may have caused something very tragic for 15 Division, she transfers to Intelligence. Now a Detective, she is put on a case with 15 Division and there is some tension between her and Andy. It is revealed at the end of season five that she is pregnant (with Sam's child). In season 6, Marlo gives birth to her and Sam's daughter.

Sergeants[edit]

  • Enuka Okuma portrays Traci Nash. The calm in the eye of the storm and the consummate confidante, Traci is the anchor for her fellow rookies. She is also practical and responsible, likely the result of having had a child, Leo, while in high school. She is a single mother trying to find the balance between her work and her family. Complications arise both at work and at home as she once dated Detective Jerry Barber until she decided to try to get back together with her son's father, Dex. She's always trying to focus on her son and do everything that's best for him. However, this sometimes gets in the way of her being a police officer. She later starts a serious relationship with Detective Barber, culminating in an engagement. In season 3, Traci becomes a detective in training. She is devastated when Detective Barber is murdered in the line of duty. In season 4, Gail's brother, Steve Peck, returns. He is a detective from Guns and Gangs and he develops feelings for Nash. She is wary at first to start a new relationship with him, after Jerry's death. She is also worried about her son Leo getting attached to another man. But Peck proves to her that he is serious about her and the two start dating. She is heartbroken after finding out that Steve was involved with the corruption scandal and she leaves him. She is promoted to Detective Sergeant, head of Guns and Gangs, at the end of season 6.
  • Matt Gordon portrays Oliver Shaw, one of the rookies' training officers and a veteran of the police force. He is the kind of cop who doesn't go looking for trouble but doesn't shy away from it when it finds him. He is one of the few older police officers with a functional marriage and family, having a wife and three daughters, but he is kicked out by his wife in episode 9 of season 2 after she finds out that he went to a strip club. He and his wife had been on and off before he realizes that she was in love with someone else. He then files for divorce and moves out. He is dating a witch named Celery, played by Emily Hampshire. He is promoted to staff sergeant in season 5, but opts to return to an Officer's role during season 6, however he re-accepts the job at the end of season 6.
  • Lyriq Bent portrays Frank Best. In the first episode of the series, it was revealed that he was newly divorced. Frank was a training officer until he was promoted to Staff Sergeant after Boyko was promoted and departed in the episode "Honor Roll". During season 2, he became romantically involved with Officer Noelle Williams. In season 3, their daughter was born. In season 4, Frank proposed to Noelle after a fake homicide involving Peck and Dov was staged. They later married. In season 5 after the events concluding season 4, Frank is released as Staff Sergeant.

Supporting[edit]

  • Peter MacNeill portrays Tommy McNally. He is Andy's father. Formerly a homicide detective, he has a drinking problem. His wife, Claire, abandoned him and Andy when she was a kid. In the first season, Andy tries to help him. He refuses at first but finally agrees after she gives him an ultimatum. In episode 11 of season 1, he becomes a murder suspect. Swarek and Andy try to prove that he didn't do it, and they succeed.
  • Barbara Williams portrays Claire McNally. She is Andy's mother. She works in social services. She had an affair with a professor when Andy was a kid and asked her to leave with her, which Andy refused. Andy's father then gets custody of her and forbids Claire to talk to or visit her, as she was confused and hurt. She comes back into her life during a work case, which reveals many contradictory emotions for both of them. Andy finally accepts her back, and during the season, we see them doing some mother/daughter things together.
  • Aaron Abrams portrays Donovan Boyd. He is a guns and gangs detective who seems to be always over the edge. He is the one who drags Swarek into undercover operations. He gets ticked off with Andy when she and Chris arrest a drug dealer who is part of an operation that he is running on the dark, which makes him look like a fool. At the end of the second season, he recruits Andy, Traci and Dov to go on a little scavenger hunt to accumulate drugs and money. That ends with Andy running into Swarek, who is also on an undercover operation with a dangerous criminal, Jamie Brennan. Boyd is responsible for the cover up of Brennan's wife and daughter's murder, which puts Sam at risk as Boyd didn't create a proper cover story for Swarek.
  • Camille Sullivan portrays Jo Rosati. She is a homicide detective. She was engaged to Luke, as they were partnered together for three years before leaving to pursue a career opportunity that only one of them could take even though Luke wanted them to stay together. She comes back to 15 Division trying to get Luke back, just to find out he is with Andy now. This situation puts her in the middle of Luke and Andy's relationship. After Luke is shot, she convinces him to do a surveillance job in a hotel room, and they hook up in the end. While partnered with Andy, the truth comes out, and Andy calls off the engagement. Luke asks her to leave because he wants to get Andy back.
  • Mayko Nguyen portrays Sue Tran. She is a bomb technician for ETF. She meets Dov when he is trapped by a bomb in a drug lab and saves him. On their first date she helps him solve a robbery bank case. In the beginning of season three it seems that they live together. Later on, Dov breaks up with her because of his feelings for the sister of the boy he shot.
  • Aliyah O'Brien portrays Holly Stewart. Appears for the first time in Season 4 Episode 7. She is a forensic pathologist who soon becomes one of Gail's closest friends and later girlfriend when they meet during an investigation. Holly Stewart is a lesbian. At the end of season 4, Holly and Gail begin a tentative relationship.
  • Jim Codrington portrays ETF Sgt Bailey. He is seen throughout seasons 3–5 with his team helping the officers of 15 Division.
  • Emily Hampshire portrays Celery. Celery is dating Oliver. Oliver first met her when she was arrested with suspicion of poisoning somebody, but it was soon very obvious that she had nothing to do with it. Oliver later takes her to Frank's wedding and this was like their first date.

Production and development[edit]

The series is produced by E1 Entertainment, Canwest, and Thump, Inc. The pilot script was written by Ilana Frank.[14] In February , Canwest ordered the show straight-to-series with a 13 episode order under the working title Copper.[14][21][22] ABC purchased the U.S. broadcast rights to the series in April [23]

The first role cast was Andy McNally, portrayed by Missy Peregrym, followed by Gregory Smith cast as Dov Epstein.[24][25] Additional casting was announced in early July.[26] Production began in Toronto, Ontario, on July 14, , and was expected to continue through November [27] Thirteen episodes were produced.[3]

On June 21, The Accessible Channel announced that Rookie Blue would be the first series to premiere with a simultaneous Described Video broadcast for people with vision impairments.[28]

Filming of the second season took place between September 1, and January 25, [29]Tassie Cameron serves as head writer and the series showrunner.

Filming of the third season took place between August 25, and January 23,

Filming of the fourth season took place between August 20, and January 25, [30]

Filming of the combined fifth and sixth seasons took place between January 20, and October 1, [31]

On September 3, , during an interview with Missy Peregrym in The Hollywood Reporter, it was reported that the season six finale would likely be the Rookie Blue series finale, since the series regulars have not been called back for another season.[32]

Broadcast[edit]

Rookie Blue is distributed by E1 Entertainment. NBC Universal Global Networks (also known as Universal Networks International) purchased broadcast rights in all markets except Canada (country of origin), France, Germany, and the United States.[33]Ion Television acquired the off network rights to the series in the United States.[34][35] Ion ran the show starting in December on Friday nights at &#;p.m. with five episodes in a row, however by mid-February the show had been pulled from Ion's schedule due to low ratings, and replaced first by Blue Bloods, then Cold Case.

Home media[edit]

Entertainment One releases the show on DVD and a few season on Blu-ray in Region 1. The Canadian releases contain an additional French audio track and the Canadian Blu-ray release is three discs instead of four. In Australia (Region 4), only the first two seasons were released. However, Via Vision Entertainment has acquired the rights to the series and will released the complete series boxset on November 18,

DVD NameRegion 1Region 2Region 4Ep #DiscsExtras
Rookie Blue: The Complete First SeasonMay 31, October 10, April 4, 13 4Making-Of Featurettes
The Stryker Report: Behind the Scenes on Rookie Blue, Season 1 Trailer
Season 2 On-Set Trailer
Rookie Blue: The Complete Second SeasonMay 29, October 8, July 18, 13 4Season 2: Every Day is a First
Shots Fired: Inside the Season Premiere
Horsing Around
Cops on Coffee
Travis Talk
Disorderly Conduct
Split Screen Behind-the-Scenes Footage
Rookie Blue: The Complete Third SeasonMay 7, August 12, May 7, (Questionable Source - Was Never Made Available Or No Longer In Production For This Region) 13 4Making-Of Featurettes that include Behind-the-Scenes material
Interviews with the Cast and Crew
Rookie Blue: The Complete Fourth SeasonMay 6, September 1, Entertainment One Canceled This Release For This Region 13 4Five "Making-Of" Featurettes

Rookie Blue: In Session Webisodes

Rookie Blue: Season 5 August 18, 11 3
Rookie Blue: Season 6 March 8, 11 3
The Complete Series March 8, (Canada)[36]/September 20, (US)[37]November 18, [38]74 22

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Metacritic summarizes the response as "mixed or average reviews".[39] One of the more favorable reviews came from Alessandra Stanley of The New York Times, saying "it's not a groundbreaking police drama, nor is it divertingly cheesy. It's well made and well meaning."[40] Robert Lloyd from the Los Angeles Times was also favorable with the show, and agreed with Stanley describing it as nothing new to television, but he rather enjoyed it and saying "Rookie Blue doesn't oversell itself. It is modest and plain in a way that makes even its less likely moments feel credible enough."[41] Rob Salem of the Toronto Star favorably compared the series to Grey's Anatomy. "Call it Blues Anatomy (or Gray's Academy, take your pick)." Salem found the show "slickly produced and engagingly acted" and had a particular fondness for Missy Peregrym's character, which he described as "the Meredith surrogate".[42]The Globe and Mail's television critic, John Doyle, described Rookie Blue as "a good cop show with a terrible title." Doyle went on to say "it's a very slick, glossy melodrama, all handsome actors and admirably sharp storylines. Yet it's true to its Toronto roots."[43]

Among the more negative reviewers was Rob Owen of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Owen calls the show "Grey's Anatomy in a police station." He did however hope to see some interaction between religion and police through one of the characters but stated "Given the generally bland nature of Rookie Blue, that's probably too much to ask."[44] Paige Wiser from the Chicago Sun-Times describes the show as overly generic and claims that the rookies look more like puppies than police officers. She said "if you're looking for a new cop drama to serve and protect your entertainment interests, leave the rookies alone to ripen, and go for a ride-along with Jason Lee'sDwight."[45] Randee Dawn from The Hollywood Reporter was much harsher, calling the writing lazy and describing the motivation of the rookies as selfish, saying that they are there to make themselves feel good and not to protect the city. Dawn said "at its core, Rookie is a terrible show."[46] Alex Strachan of Montreal's The Gazette was unimpressed, stating that "The acting is uneven, the writing and directing aren't particularly stylish or inspired, and you've seen it countless times before." Strachan went on to say that Rookie Blue is "a harmless enough diversion on an otherwise lazy summer TV night."[47]

Ratings[edit]

The Canadian premiere drew an audience of million viewers[48] with , in the 18–49 category,[49] placing first for the night and second for the week.[48] It is the highest rated premiere for a Canwest-commissioned drama series within the previous five years.[49]

In the U.S.A the premiere drew million viewers and an audience share in the 18–49 category of out of 6.[50] Furthermore, it improved upon the programming a year beforehand (20/20 special) by having + million viewers and +18% in the 18–49 age group. The premiere became the most successful scripted summer debut in over a year and in nearly six years for ABC.[51]

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Awards and nominations[edit]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rookie_Blue
Rookie Blue Season 6 Episode 11 6 x 11 Final Scene of Series

Rookie Blue recap: Perfect Family

Don&#x;t you just love when the lesson you&#x;re teaching people at work is the same lesson you need to learn at home? Happens to me ALL the time. But seriously, Perfect Family did find a nice way to tie in the Sam has a baby mama story into our case of the week. It wasn&#x;t one of the most suspenseful cases that the 15 Division has taken on, but it was pretty compelling.

A year-old girl named Hayley Hill (played by Zoé de Grand Maison, a.k.a. Gracie from Orphan Black!) has gone missing. Her mom, dad, and little brother show up at the precinct to report it. The story goes that she went to the corner gas station for milk the night before and never returned. Her dad, Lloyd (played by David Sutcliffe, a.k.a. Rory&#x;s dad from Gilmore Girls!) says he went to the gas station at 9 p.m., but it had already closed.

Andy, using her keen detective skills, realizes 9 p.m. is a bit early for a gas station to close. Sixteen-year-old Connor Frye (played by an actor who has not been in any of my favorite Canadian&#x;or season 1 Canadian&#x;shows) was working the late shift but closed down early and never returned. A clue!

Chloe and Duncan head to the kid&#x;s house to investigate the red herring. Connor&#x;s mom has basically nothing kind to say about her son or any useful info, but Chloe spots a picture of him as a boy at a campsite. Naturally, that&#x;s where he is now.

Nick and Juliet&#x;who have been awkwardly paired together for the day&#x;show up at the camper and find Connor all alone. They take him in for questioning; Sam pulls the ol&#x; I&#x;ll tell everyone in prison you&#x;re a child molester bit, and Connor cracks. He takes them back out to the woods, where they find Hayley hiding in a woodpile. She screams that she won&#x;t go back because her parents are insane. You know, what most teens think. She complains that they won&#x;t let her walk to the store, wear tank tops, or go to school dances&#x;which sucks, but you know, some parents are a little more strict than others. But it&#x;s Connor who blows this case of the week wide open: He says that her dad poisoned her dog and made Hayley and her brother Jeremy watch, and he makes her sleep in the garage. Hayley then mentions that her dad will use his belt on her if she gets homework wrong. Now that she&#x;s mentioned abuse, the 15 has to, rightly, investigate.

Back at the Division, Andy and Sam confront Mr. Hill about his questionable discipline tactics. But, having found out his daughter wasn&#x;t kidnapped, she just ran away, he says out loud that he needs to find a way to break that spiteful will of hers. Maybe don&#x;t say that in front of cops who are questioning you about child abuse, dude. Sam decides to keep him for unofficial questioning while Andy takes the wife and kids home. Once there, Andy convinces Mrs. Hill to look in the garage&#x;which she has never done. (The garage is where Lloyd makes Hayley sleep when she&#x;s bad.) And since he&#x;s cleaned out the freezer, that means she&#x;s sleeping in there tonight. That&#x;s enough for the timid mother Ellen to put her foot down. She allows Andy and Traci to take her and the kids to a hotel while they figure out what to do next.

NEXT: Kids meet minibar snacks

Once at the hotel Ellen starts to doubt her resolve. She wants to go back home, but her husband is on his way to the hotel&#x;little Jeremy called and gave away their location when no one was watching. Or so they think&#x; Lloyd is actually headed to the Frye house to beat up Connor, who he blames for Hayley&#x;s bad behavior. Juliet and Nick break up the pummeling fairly quickly and an ambulance is called for Connor. Everything is okay!

Except not. Hayley faints and has a seizure. Turns out Jeremy took poison from the house and put in her drink. That&#x;s what his dad did to the dog when it was bad, and Hayley was being worse than the dog, sooooo that&#x;s logical to a year-old with a crazy dad. Luckily paramedics get to Hayley in time, and it&#x;s enough to finally turn Ellen against her husband for good. Andy gives her a rousing this isn&#x;t the family you want, but it&#x;s the family you have speech and gets her to agree to testify against her husband.

It doesn&#x;t take long for Andy to translate her advice into her own life. She&#x;s been emotional the whole day about Sam having a baby with Marlo. (Am I crazy or could she be having her own pregnancy hormones!?) She had been distant, but after meeting the worst family in the world, she tells Sam that she&#x;s ready to build a family with him&#x;even if it&#x;s with another woman&#x;s baby. There won&#x;t be a day that the child won&#x;t be wanted or loved by me. And no I&#x;m not crying&#x;

While Andy and Sam are building a family, Diaz is tearing one apart. Now that Jarvis is around a lot, so is his wife&#x;which presents a problem for Diaz, who is sleeping with her. He swears to Gail that he&#x;s going to end it, but then Jarvis tells him that he stopped his higher ups from firing people at the The reason? His wife has been happy lately, and you know happy wife, happy life. It wasn&#x;t clear to me if he realized his wife was having an affair, but either way Diaz took it as a sign that he has to keep sleeping with Jamie&#x;for the sake of the 15 Division. Diaz is such a team player.

And speaking of the Division, Dov and Marlo are digging deep into the bomb investigation&#x; while heavily flirting. This is becoming a thing, right? I&#x;m not crazy? Anyway, after hours of Dov being on the dark web he finally realizes the connection between the bomb material and the precinct: a man named Chris Klem, who just happens to supply explosives to&#x; wait for it&#x; the Metropolitan Police Department. This mystery is going deep.

Other mysteries this episode included: Who is Juliet? What is she doing at the 15 really? And what&#x;s her fascination with Nick? And why doesn&#x;t Gail have a purpose anymore?

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Let&#;s focus on the happiness that we were indulged in this week. A Rookie Blue wedding! You knew it wasn&#;t going to be a direct line straight down the aisle, but there wasn&#;t a moment of doubt that it wouldn&#;t happen, right? I mean, fans may not love the writers for their Marlo plot points (as many of you have mentioned, repeatedly) but everyone watching had to have confidence that the writers aren&#;t that cruel!

So here we stand, at the beginning of the last recap, possibly of the last Rookie Blue episode ever. Steel yourself and let&#;s rip the Band-aid off together, okay?

Ugh, morning people

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Amirite, Sam?

Scissors cut paper, paper covers rock, murder case trumps wedding

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Apparently the maid of honour has to have a working “whodunit?!” theory for Jarvis before she’s excused to take on her maidenly duties. Luckily, help is on hand!

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Yep, they look confident and competent. Ish.

Mussolini made the trains run on time, however&#;

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He’ll be of no help to Sam Swarek when it comes to traffic and making sure his bride-to-be McNally in on schedule.

Flower power

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These three are in charge of flowers and delivering the father of the groom? Pray for them.

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Ps. Meet Jay Swarek

Further proof that Nick Collins is, like, the bestest person ever

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Nick is not attending the wedding but still drops by to see if Andy needs anything. Turns out she needs help finding her vows…

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And a seamstress.

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Which NICK IS.

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Motive: “They’re married.”

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The abysmal going theory. Traci’s never getting to this wedding.

Also likely never getting to this wedding?

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Andy McNally. 1) Because she’s using a PAPER MAP to navigate.; and 2)

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Because this chick literally stood in the middle of the road and then got in the truck when Andy stopped.

Adventures with Chris and Dov

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Well-intentioned but definitely not equipped to manage Jay Swarek’s sketchy tales. I mean, they tagged in Duncan for assistance:

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Desperation, thy name is Epstein. And Diaz. You have two names, Desperation. Maybe they’re hyphenated. Shut up. Let’s move on.

CELERY!!!!

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She’s back!

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And she’s purifying. Emily Hampshire, you’re a joyous sight for sore eyes.

Abandoned on the side of the road

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THIS IS WHAT YOU GET FOR MEDDLING, McNally! Your truck stolen by a girl named Starr, who stabbed a dude in a convertible.

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With a cell phone that’s dying. I mean, dead.

Duncan and the never-ending quest for a plus one

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For the love of all things pure and wonderful, someone just tell Duncan he can bring a date to the wedding. Provided he can find someone willing. (Seriously though, great running gag, Rookie Blue writers! Way to bring some comedic lightness to an episode riddled with drama.)

Chloe the Muppet and the Piri-Piri Chicken

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She may be a little weirdo, but she’s totally cracked open the murder case for Gail, Traci and Frankie. It was frozen chicken and a woman who tripped and landed on a hammer and died. Tragic but not murder.

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On the upside, Traci’s dragging Frankie to the wedding as her plus one with a sly wink to Gail and a “you can thank me later” for the ages.

Let’s play &#;Guess what Sam Swarek’s thinking&#;

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Is it a) “oh shit, I’m being left at the alter?” b) “seriously, McNally?!” or c) “Dad?!?!”

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Ding, ding, ding! If you picked C, you’re a winner!

The BIGGEST mystery of the season

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After the bleeding dude, and the dirt roads, how is Andy’s wedding dress still immaculately white?

DUNCAN to the rescue!

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DUNCAN, everybody! DUN.CAN. Tracked Sam’s truck’s nav system right to Andy. Let it sink in. I still haven’t recovered from the shock.

Two weddings and a funeral

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Technically one failed wedding attempt and then a rescheduled wedding, with a funeral in the middle.

The money shot

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Rejoice, McSwarek fans! They made it down the aisle, said “I do,” exchanged rings, and everything!

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Toss the bouquet, throw the rice, shed a tear over their totally perfect, while still imperfect vows. (Note to my future self, incorporate this line into your vows: “And while I will not obey you, per say, I will always hear you.”)

Happy endings and bromances

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Siiiiigh.

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Chloe&#;s got dibs on the next waltz down the aisle!

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Oh, like I was going to deprive you of these two busting a move on the dance floor. Do you know me at ALL?!

Awwww. Morning puppies!

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Amirite, Andy?

Least surprising wedding hook-up ever

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I mean, obviously Frankie and Gail were heading to this ending.

Business as usual

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Well, not exactly as usual, but the gang’s still together at 15 Division. Oliver Shaw returned to his white shirt and corner office. Epstein moved up to detective in training. Traci’s been promoted to the head of Guns & Gangs. And a new batch of rookies arrived to be trained by McNally, Peck, Diaz, and Price.

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Serve, protect, and don’t screw up.

FADE TO BLACK. Are you okay? Do you need a hug? Is this your current status:

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I mean, if this is going to be the end of the road, I think I&#;m satisfied with it. Sam and Andy tied the knot, which is as close to happily ever after that real life will offer. The rest of the gang were given solid glimmers of similar fates &#; happy, fulfilling endings, together and pursuing their goals and dreams. And a new batch of rookies to train.

Hit the comments and let us know your thoughts on Rookie Blue&#;s  season &#; possibly series &#; finale!

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Joan Porter

A recently transplanted Canadian in La-la Land, Joan is a pop culture Junkie, punctuation enthusiast and unabashed 1D fan. When she's not mixing up a cocktail and binging old episodes of Roswell or Parenthood on Netflix, you'll find her offering unsolicited TV opinions to anyone on the street. In , she rejoiced at the return of Alex Trebek's moustache on Jeopardy!

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