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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:04,600 --> 00:00:07,103 The facts here are not in question. 2 00:00:07,127 --> 00:00:09,181 Richard Farmer 3 00:00:09,205 --> 00:00:12,144 had dinner and drinks at a local restaurant, 4 00:00:12,168 --> 00:00:15,119 and then he got behind the wheel of his car. 5 00:00:15,143 --> 00:00:18,090 He then struck and killed Veronica Brooks. 6 00:00:18,114 --> 00:00:22,361 Mr. Farmer's blood alcohol level was above the legal limit. 7 00:00:22,385 --> 00:00:26,263 And these destructive actions constitute 8 00:00:26,287 --> 00:00:27,932 vehicular manslaughter. 9 00:00:27,956 --> 00:00:29,733 All facts. 10 00:00:29,757 --> 00:00:33,549 Now, the defense argues that Mr. Farmer 11 00:00:33,573 --> 00:00:36,040 has a clean record 12 00:00:36,064 --> 00:00:38,742 and is the father of two young children. 13 00:00:38,766 --> 00:00:41,779 This attempt to evoke sympathy 14 00:00:41,803 --> 00:00:46,450 cannot distract you from the cold, hard facts. 15 00:00:46,474 --> 00:00:50,888 Diane Brooks lost her only child. 16 00:00:51,389 --> 00:00:55,082 So the people are not asking for your sympathy. 17 00:00:55,691 --> 00:00:57,391 We're asking for justice. 18 00:01:03,758 --> 00:01:05,903 It's okay, Kerstin. Take your time. 19 00:01:05,927 --> 00:01:08,572 In fact, why don't you take us back to the beginning, okay? 20 00:01:09,282 --> 00:01:12,710 A couple of friends and I went dancing at Zero Club. 21 00:01:12,734 --> 00:01:14,378 - On Bleecker Street? - Yeah. 22 00:01:14,402 --> 00:01:16,780 When I was ready to leave, 23 00:01:16,804 --> 00:01:19,083 I texted for a car. 24 00:01:19,107 --> 00:01:20,544 Rideshare company? 25 00:01:20,569 --> 00:01:22,676 I've never had a problem before. 26 00:01:23,645 --> 00:01:24,754 Go on. 27 00:01:24,779 --> 00:01:26,392 I spotted the car outside, 28 00:01:26,417 --> 00:01:28,765 just like the one they said they were sending. 29 00:01:28,816 --> 00:01:31,161 - So you got in the car? - Yeah. 30 00:01:31,185 --> 00:01:33,597 At first, things seemed fine. 31 00:01:33,621 --> 00:01:36,600 Then I noticed we were in a neighborhood I didn't recognize. 32 00:01:36,624 --> 00:01:39,729 Next thing I knew he was in the back seat with me, 33 00:01:40,194 --> 00:01:43,196 and his face was covered with some kind of mask. 34 00:01:44,164 --> 00:01:46,309 Did he put his hands on you, Kerstin? 35 00:01:46,434 --> 00:01:48,368 He tried to pull off my dress. 36 00:01:50,338 --> 00:01:52,116 That's when I opened the car door and ran. 37 00:01:52,140 --> 00:01:54,151 And you found the two police officers 38 00:01:54,175 --> 00:01:55,419 who took you to the hospital? 39 00:01:55,443 --> 00:01:56,788 Yeah. 40 00:01:57,679 --> 00:02:00,357 I feel so stupid. 41 00:02:00,381 --> 00:02:03,661 I can't believe I let this happen. 42 00:02:04,087 --> 00:02:06,119 It's not your fault. 43 00:02:15,296 --> 00:02:16,401 (GROANS) 44 00:02:16,430 --> 00:02:18,609 I shouldn't have eaten that breakfast burrito. 45 00:02:18,633 --> 00:02:21,011 Gallon of hot sauce you used probably didn't help. 46 00:02:21,035 --> 00:02:23,213 No guts, no glory. 47 00:02:23,237 --> 00:02:25,783 Keep it up, there'll be a hole where your guts used to be. 48 00:02:25,807 --> 00:02:28,485 DISPATCHER: Units confines of the 2-9 Precinct. 49 00:02:28,509 --> 00:02:29,954 We have a confirmed 10-13. 50 00:02:29,978 --> 00:02:32,156 Repeat, 10-13, officer shot 51 00:02:32,182 --> 00:02:34,124 in front of 1412 River Street. 52 00:02:34,148 --> 00:02:35,379 It's two blocks from here. 53 00:02:35,405 --> 00:02:37,061 (SIREN STARTS) 54 00:02:37,085 --> 00:02:39,063 (SIRENS WAILING) 55 00:02:39,087 --> 00:02:41,131 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 56 00:02:41,155 --> 00:02:42,333 Hang in there, Gordon. 57 00:02:42,357 --> 00:02:44,022 Hey! What happened? 58 00:02:44,051 --> 00:02:45,369 Spotted a perp robbing a woman. 59 00:02:45,393 --> 00:02:46,570 When we tried to make the arrest, 60 00:02:46,594 --> 00:02:48,639 he got hold of my partner's gun, shot him. 61 00:02:48,663 --> 00:02:50,474 All right. On three. 62 00:02:50,498 --> 00:02:52,743 One, two, three. 63 00:02:52,767 --> 00:02:54,478 Where's the perp now? 64 00:02:54,502 --> 00:02:56,203 Took off that way. 65 00:02:58,773 --> 00:03:02,009 - He's hit bad. - He's gonna be okay, Flores. 66 00:03:03,304 --> 00:03:05,149 Hey, we got this. Go. 67 00:03:05,174 --> 00:03:06,541 Go to the hospital. 68 00:03:14,922 --> 00:03:18,202 Hey. Worst part of the job. 69 00:03:18,226 --> 00:03:20,121 And then some. 70 00:03:26,067 --> 00:03:28,979 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 71 00:03:29,003 --> 00:03:30,381 GORMLEY: Detective Mulaney, 72 00:03:30,405 --> 00:03:31,772 please come forward. 73 00:03:34,208 --> 00:03:35,409 (CAMERA SHUTTER CLICKS) 74 00:03:43,651 --> 00:03:47,687 For her bravery and sacrifice in the line of duty, 75 00:03:47,711 --> 00:03:52,195 it is my honor to award Detective Allison Mulaney 76 00:03:52,593 --> 00:03:54,961 with the Police Combat Cross. 77 00:04:25,993 --> 00:04:30,240 Our city is, uh, deeply grateful for her service. 78 00:04:30,264 --> 00:04:33,944 We wish you Godspeed in your retirement. 79 00:04:33,968 --> 00:04:38,682 And whatever you need, the NYPD is here to help. 80 00:04:38,706 --> 00:04:40,368 Please. 81 00:04:45,413 --> 00:04:46,947 Thank you, sir. 82 00:04:48,349 --> 00:04:51,328 For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be a cop. 83 00:04:51,352 --> 00:04:54,531 Protecting this city means everything to me. 84 00:04:54,555 --> 00:04:58,177 So, there is something I need from the NYPD. 85 00:04:59,127 --> 00:05:01,438 I'm a New York City police detective 86 00:05:01,462 --> 00:05:03,607 and now a decorated one. 87 00:05:03,631 --> 00:05:06,144 I want to keep on doing my job. 88 00:05:06,768 --> 00:05:08,802 (LIGHT APPLAUSE) 89 00:05:31,982 --> 00:05:39,982 Synced & corrected by -robtor- www.addic7ed.com 90 00:05:41,599 --> 00:05:44,022 ♪ 91 00:05:44,046 --> 00:05:45,690 Okay, guys, uh, work the street 92 00:05:45,714 --> 00:05:47,358 where Gordon got hit. Full enforcement. 93 00:05:47,382 --> 00:05:48,626 Anything comes close to probable cause, 94 00:05:48,650 --> 00:05:51,162 make the arrest, bring them in for debriefing. 95 00:05:51,186 --> 00:05:53,031 Someone knows who did this, okay? 96 00:05:53,055 --> 00:05:54,933 Hey, this guy put Gordon in the hospital. 97 00:05:54,957 --> 00:05:57,235 He's out there walking around with his gun right now. 98 00:05:57,259 --> 00:05:58,937 Nobody goes home until we nail this son of a bitch. 99 00:05:58,961 --> 00:06:00,105 - All right? - ALL: Yes, sir. 100 00:06:00,129 --> 00:06:01,272 Let's go. 101 00:06:02,200 --> 00:06:04,155 - How's he doing? - He's still in surgery. 102 00:06:04,179 --> 00:06:05,376 Docs don't know if he's gonna make it. 103 00:06:05,400 --> 00:06:07,112 All right, let's stay positive on that. 104 00:06:07,136 --> 00:06:08,246 This is on me. 105 00:06:08,270 --> 00:06:09,547 No, it's not, Ray. 106 00:06:09,571 --> 00:06:11,583 JAMIE: Way this went down, it could have been you that got shot. 107 00:06:11,607 --> 00:06:12,984 Be easier to live with. 108 00:06:13,008 --> 00:06:14,719 Only one to blame here is the guy who pulled the trigger. 109 00:06:14,743 --> 00:06:17,178 And when I find that bastard, I'm gonna put a bullet in his head. 110 00:06:18,480 --> 00:06:20,291 As of now, you're off-duty. 111 00:06:20,315 --> 00:06:23,135 Go home. We'll get this guy. 112 00:06:28,190 --> 00:06:29,667 He's not thinking straight. 113 00:06:29,691 --> 00:06:31,736 Yeah, I'm in his shoes, 114 00:06:31,760 --> 00:06:33,272 I'm not thinking straight, either. 115 00:06:34,763 --> 00:06:37,442 ERIN: I was actually surprised to get your call. 116 00:06:37,466 --> 00:06:40,812 I wanted to thank you for making the jury understand 117 00:06:40,836 --> 00:06:42,680 what that man did to our family. 118 00:06:42,704 --> 00:06:44,582 Well, I certainly hope the verdict 119 00:06:44,606 --> 00:06:46,818 - gave you some consolation. - It did. 120 00:06:46,842 --> 00:06:48,920 But it won't bring Veronica back. 121 00:06:48,944 --> 00:06:52,375 She was everything I had in this world. 122 00:06:52,881 --> 00:06:56,712 And justice is the only thing I have left to give her. 123 00:06:57,219 --> 00:06:58,863 Which is why I'm here. 124 00:06:58,887 --> 00:07:00,365 I understand you'll be making 125 00:07:00,389 --> 00:07:03,268 a recommendation to the judge for Farmer's sentence. 126 00:07:03,292 --> 00:07:04,846 Yes. 127 00:07:05,394 --> 00:07:08,206 And you want Mr. Farmer's sentence to fit the crime. 128 00:07:08,230 --> 00:07:11,943 To the extent it ever could, yes. 129 00:07:11,967 --> 00:07:15,046 You understand that the judge will make the decision. 130 00:07:15,070 --> 00:07:18,316 But the judge relies on the prosecutor's opinion. 131 00:07:18,966 --> 00:07:21,201 You've done your homework. 132 00:07:24,112 --> 00:07:28,683 Richard Farmer killed my little girl, Ms. Reagan. 133 00:07:30,652 --> 00:07:33,187 I know you'll do the right thing. 134 00:07:36,191 --> 00:07:39,470 - I spoke to Kerstin's rideshare company. - And? 135 00:07:39,494 --> 00:07:42,640 Driver said when he arrived at the location, she wasn't there. 136 00:07:42,664 --> 00:07:45,041 Which means it's possible she got in the wrong car. 137 00:07:45,086 --> 00:07:46,778 The company's been having a lot of problems 138 00:07:46,802 --> 00:07:49,280 with rogue individuals intercepting orders 139 00:07:49,304 --> 00:07:50,882 and posing as their drivers. 140 00:07:50,906 --> 00:07:53,618 My Sean took one of those to a party once. 141 00:07:53,642 --> 00:07:54,919 I grounded him for a week. 142 00:07:54,943 --> 00:07:57,121 Yeah, a lot of people use them, Danny. 143 00:07:57,145 --> 00:07:59,157 Yeah, but it's like playing Russian roulette. 144 00:07:59,181 --> 00:08:00,925 Every time you use one of those cars, you never know 145 00:08:00,949 --> 00:08:02,711 who the hell you're gonna get behind the wheel. 146 00:08:02,764 --> 00:08:04,529 Mm, to be fair, a lot of these companies 147 00:08:04,553 --> 00:08:07,065 have really taken the steps to improve safety. 148 00:08:07,089 --> 00:08:09,207 Safety? You know, the top company 149 00:08:09,231 --> 00:08:11,355 had 6,000 reports of sexual assault 150 00:08:11,379 --> 00:08:12,503 - in a two-year period? - (PHONE RINGS) 151 00:08:12,527 --> 00:08:14,005 That's scary. 152 00:08:14,029 --> 00:08:15,340 Big time. Reagan. 153 00:08:15,364 --> 00:08:16,764 Yeah. 154 00:08:18,600 --> 00:08:20,778 A security camera about a block from the club picked up 155 00:08:20,802 --> 00:08:22,313 a black sedan pulling up about a minute 156 00:08:22,337 --> 00:08:24,616 before Kerstin was abducted. Yeah. 157 00:08:24,640 --> 00:08:25,884 Got it. 158 00:08:25,908 --> 00:08:27,585 - They get a shot of the tags? - Yeah. 159 00:08:27,609 --> 00:08:28,853 It was registered to a Dennis Strand. 160 00:08:28,877 --> 00:08:30,922 You get Kerstin down here right away for a lineup. 161 00:08:30,946 --> 00:08:33,080 I'm gonna go pick this mutt up myself. 162 00:08:38,620 --> 00:08:40,900 FRANK: Mind if I work in? 163 00:08:46,328 --> 00:08:47,949 Just kidding. 164 00:08:48,824 --> 00:08:51,142 I'm not sure I could keep up. 165 00:08:51,166 --> 00:08:52,787 Commissioner. 166 00:08:55,070 --> 00:08:59,183 You know, you kind of took me by surprise 167 00:08:59,207 --> 00:09:00,818 at that press conference. 168 00:09:00,842 --> 00:09:02,553 I want to stay on the job, sir. 169 00:09:03,214 --> 00:09:05,456 A point you might have made privately. 170 00:09:05,480 --> 00:09:06,791 All due respect, 171 00:09:06,815 --> 00:09:08,960 we both know where that would have gone. 172 00:09:08,984 --> 00:09:10,785 Exactly nowhere. 173 00:09:12,821 --> 00:09:15,900 Clearly you don't have a lot of faith in my judgment. 174 00:09:15,924 --> 00:09:17,342 When you work a tough case, 175 00:09:17,378 --> 00:09:18,903 you got to use all the leverage you got. 176 00:09:18,927 --> 00:09:21,624 I don't take well to that kind of pressure. 177 00:09:21,648 --> 00:09:23,864 And yet here you are, sir. 178 00:09:25,434 --> 00:09:29,247 No detective has ever worked an active crime scene 179 00:09:29,271 --> 00:09:30,949 from a wheelchair. 180 00:09:30,973 --> 00:09:33,198 We had a mayor who ran this city from a wheelchair. 181 00:09:33,222 --> 00:09:35,987 A mayor has a desk job, a detective does not. 182 00:09:36,011 --> 00:09:37,588 We aren't frontline officers. 183 00:09:37,612 --> 00:09:40,124 We solve crimes that already occurred. 184 00:09:40,148 --> 00:09:42,660 And I'd put my clearance rate up against any gold shield 185 00:09:42,684 --> 00:09:43,971 in the department. 186 00:09:44,032 --> 00:09:47,065 You are a gifted investigator. 187 00:09:47,089 --> 00:09:49,634 But answering calls is part of the job. 188 00:09:49,658 --> 00:09:51,636 And many of my colleagues can't climb a flight of stairs 189 00:09:51,660 --> 00:09:53,597 without having a coronary. 190 00:09:56,698 --> 00:09:58,232 (SIGHS) 191 00:09:59,368 --> 00:10:01,736 All I'm asking for is a chance. 192 00:10:10,145 --> 00:10:12,847 Sorry to interrupt your workout. 193 00:10:20,489 --> 00:10:22,299 Dennis Strand. 194 00:10:22,323 --> 00:10:23,501 Detective Reagan. 195 00:10:23,525 --> 00:10:25,249 That your car? 196 00:10:25,278 --> 00:10:26,971 Yeah. 197 00:10:26,995 --> 00:10:28,539 Mind if I ask where you were last night? 198 00:10:28,563 --> 00:10:30,141 Um, I was working. 199 00:10:30,165 --> 00:10:31,509 I deliver prescriptions. 200 00:10:31,533 --> 00:10:32,710 At night? 201 00:10:33,460 --> 00:10:35,586 People get sick at night, too. 202 00:10:35,618 --> 00:10:37,281 Your car... last night it was spotted 203 00:10:37,305 --> 00:10:38,683 on Bleecker Street in the vicinity 204 00:10:38,707 --> 00:10:40,678 of a nightclub where a young woman was picked up. 205 00:10:40,702 --> 00:10:42,195 Driver tried to rape her. 206 00:10:42,219 --> 00:10:44,889 You wouldn't happen to know anything about that, would you? 207 00:10:44,913 --> 00:10:46,524 Of course not. 208 00:10:46,548 --> 00:10:48,593 I-I mean, I... It's possible I drove past there 209 00:10:48,617 --> 00:10:50,661 last night, but I didn't pick anybody up. 210 00:10:51,447 --> 00:10:53,398 Tell you what... since you're such a model citizen, 211 00:10:53,422 --> 00:10:55,166 maybe you wouldn't mind coming down to the squad room, 212 00:10:55,190 --> 00:10:57,258 standing in a lineup for me, huh? 213 00:10:58,260 --> 00:10:59,570 Not at all. 214 00:11:00,498 --> 00:11:02,907 Great. Let's go. 215 00:11:02,931 --> 00:11:04,509 Hey, what's going on? 216 00:11:04,533 --> 00:11:08,346 EDP with a knife wandered onto the playground, 217 00:11:08,370 --> 00:11:10,214 started threatening the kids. 218 00:11:10,238 --> 00:11:12,784 Aah! I will do it! 219 00:11:12,808 --> 00:11:14,285 (SCREAMING) 220 00:11:14,309 --> 00:11:16,454 Sir! I need you I'm gonna do it. 221 00:11:16,478 --> 00:11:17,622 - I'll do it. - To put the knife down. 222 00:11:17,646 --> 00:11:19,090 - (SHOUTING CONTINUES) - Is that Mr. Farmer? 223 00:11:19,114 --> 00:11:20,725 - WOMAN: Stand back. - Yeah, that's why I called you. 224 00:11:20,749 --> 00:11:21,926 Lives in the neighborhood. 225 00:11:21,950 --> 00:11:23,061 Apparently, 226 00:11:23,085 --> 00:11:24,495 he was heading home when he saw 227 00:11:24,519 --> 00:11:25,730 what was going down. 228 00:11:25,754 --> 00:11:26,864 We need you to drop the knife, sir. 229 00:11:26,888 --> 00:11:28,900 Look, I know you don't want to hurt anyone. 230 00:11:28,924 --> 00:11:30,535 Just put down the knife and walk away. 231 00:11:30,559 --> 00:11:32,420 Every one of you! I'm gonna get you! 232 00:11:32,444 --> 00:11:33,938 Are the officers gonna be able to take action? 233 00:11:33,962 --> 00:11:35,888 ABETEMARCO: They can't open fire on this guy 234 00:11:35,912 --> 00:11:37,642 without endangering the kids. 235 00:11:38,452 --> 00:11:40,559 Drop the knife! Now! 236 00:11:41,436 --> 00:11:43,181 - (GRUNTING) - (SCREAMING) 237 00:11:43,205 --> 00:11:44,248 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 238 00:11:44,272 --> 00:11:47,118 (KIDS SCREAMING) 239 00:11:47,142 --> 00:11:48,753 ERIN: Mr. Farmer. 240 00:11:48,777 --> 00:11:49,887 You okay? 241 00:11:49,911 --> 00:11:51,589 - (GRUNTING) - The kids okay? 242 00:11:51,613 --> 00:11:53,717 Yes. Yes, because of you. 243 00:11:55,283 --> 00:11:57,061 Oh... 244 00:11:57,085 --> 00:11:58,763 Apply pressure here. Apply pressure, sir. 245 00:11:58,787 --> 00:12:01,499 I need a bus at this location forthwith. 246 00:12:01,523 --> 00:12:02,767 That's not necessary. 247 00:12:02,791 --> 00:12:05,103 Relax, Mr. Farmer. Just take it easy, okay? 248 00:12:05,127 --> 00:12:06,771 You did good, Mr. Farmer. 249 00:12:06,795 --> 00:12:08,406 You did good. 250 00:12:08,430 --> 00:12:10,131 Just take it easy. 251 00:12:11,500 --> 00:12:13,434 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 252 00:12:15,504 --> 00:12:17,315 - Eddie. - Hey. 253 00:12:17,339 --> 00:12:19,984 - Is it our guy? - Fits the description. 254 00:12:20,008 --> 00:12:22,977 And he was carrying Gordon's gun. 255 00:12:25,947 --> 00:12:28,415 Single gunshot wound to the head. 256 00:12:34,425 --> 00:12:36,334 Flores. 257 00:12:36,358 --> 00:12:38,251 What are you doing here? 258 00:12:38,280 --> 00:12:40,304 Heard the job come over the air. 259 00:12:40,328 --> 00:12:42,596 Just wanted to make sure this guy got what he had coming. 260 00:12:43,565 --> 00:12:45,699 Looks like he did. 261 00:13:00,355 --> 00:13:01,599 BAKER: There are currently 262 00:13:01,624 --> 00:13:03,935 11 disabled officers serving in the NYPD. 263 00:13:03,960 --> 00:13:06,239 Yeah, but on ceremonial and administrative duty. 264 00:13:06,264 --> 00:13:07,841 They're cutting ribbons 265 00:13:07,866 --> 00:13:09,177 or speaking in schools. 266 00:13:09,202 --> 00:13:10,513 They're not out on the street. 267 00:13:10,538 --> 00:13:11,848 Which is where Detective Mulaney 268 00:13:11,873 --> 00:13:13,230 requested to be. 269 00:13:13,255 --> 00:13:14,966 Oh, come on, she practically demanded it 270 00:13:14,991 --> 00:13:16,836 in a room full of reporters. 271 00:13:16,861 --> 00:13:18,428 Which took guts on her part. 272 00:13:19,782 --> 00:13:21,660 - Well, it did. - I'm not saying it didn't, 273 00:13:21,684 --> 00:13:24,263 but you can't be a detective from a wheelchair. 274 00:13:24,287 --> 00:13:26,431 You can't chase down suspects 275 00:13:26,455 --> 00:13:27,766 or run up stairs. 276 00:13:27,790 --> 00:13:29,101 The Americans with Disabilities Act 277 00:13:29,125 --> 00:13:32,229 prohibits discrimination based on disabilities. 278 00:13:32,253 --> 00:13:33,839 It's not going away, Sid. 279 00:13:33,863 --> 00:13:36,008 Employers have to make reasonable accommodations 280 00:13:36,032 --> 00:13:37,609 for their disabled employees. 281 00:13:37,633 --> 00:13:40,779 Which we do. But allowing her to work criminal cases 282 00:13:40,803 --> 00:13:42,681 stretches the definition of "reasonable." 283 00:13:42,705 --> 00:13:43,949 Into a damn pretzel. 284 00:13:43,973 --> 00:13:45,884 The ADA is still the law. 285 00:13:45,908 --> 00:13:48,186 Well, you can legislate that anyone can do anything. 286 00:13:48,210 --> 00:13:50,861 - It doesn't make it so. - GARRETT: But if you deny her request, 287 00:13:50,885 --> 00:13:52,324 she can sue the department. 288 00:13:52,348 --> 00:13:54,526 GORMLEY: City cuts her a big, fat check. 289 00:13:54,550 --> 00:13:55,934 Probably what she was after in the first place. 290 00:13:55,958 --> 00:13:57,629 Hey. Hold on. 291 00:13:57,653 --> 00:14:00,088 I'd do the same thing if I was in her shoes. 292 00:14:01,090 --> 00:14:04,102 No. I think she's after one thing: 293 00:14:04,126 --> 00:14:06,338 Keeping her job. 294 00:14:06,362 --> 00:14:08,106 Which is honorable 295 00:14:08,130 --> 00:14:10,375 and utterly impossible. 296 00:14:11,116 --> 00:14:14,366 GARRETT: But the press, and the people will take her side. 297 00:14:14,692 --> 00:14:16,871 It's a classic underdog story. 298 00:14:18,445 --> 00:14:19,908 Tell me about it. 299 00:14:21,444 --> 00:14:23,422 (SIGHS) 300 00:14:23,446 --> 00:14:26,658 I'm just saying I admire what Farmer did. 301 00:14:26,682 --> 00:14:28,393 It took a lot of guts. 302 00:14:28,417 --> 00:14:30,028 Smart PR, too. 303 00:14:30,052 --> 00:14:31,730 You think Farmer played hero 304 00:14:31,754 --> 00:14:34,566 just to get a lighter sentence for killing Veronica Brooks? 305 00:14:34,590 --> 00:14:35,901 - Don't you? - No. 306 00:14:35,925 --> 00:14:38,170 He doesn't seem like that kind of guy at all. 307 00:14:38,194 --> 00:14:41,406 Yeah. Killing that girl is a lot to carry around. 308 00:14:41,430 --> 00:14:44,576 I actually feel bad for him, and I'm not sure I should. 309 00:14:44,600 --> 00:14:46,078 This is about, uh, 310 00:14:46,102 --> 00:14:48,213 his sentencing recommendation, isn't it? 311 00:14:48,237 --> 00:14:51,083 I got a letter from the parents of those kids 312 00:14:51,107 --> 00:14:52,918 begging me for leniency. 313 00:14:52,942 --> 00:14:55,253 I doubt Diane Brooks would agree. 314 00:14:55,277 --> 00:14:57,222 Yeah, but the problem is they're both right. 315 00:14:57,246 --> 00:14:59,057 For my money, the two incidents are separate. 316 00:14:59,081 --> 00:15:01,960 Yeah, but they involve the same individual. 317 00:15:01,984 --> 00:15:03,328 So the question is 318 00:15:03,359 --> 00:15:06,131 should a man be judged by his best day 319 00:15:06,155 --> 00:15:08,390 or his worst? 320 00:15:09,747 --> 00:15:11,636 Somewhere along the line, 321 00:15:11,660 --> 00:15:14,251 every bad guy did something good. 322 00:15:15,377 --> 00:15:18,900 Doesn't mean he gets a pass on the bad stuff. 323 00:15:23,939 --> 00:15:27,052 Kerstin, how you doing? 324 00:15:27,076 --> 00:15:29,135 Kind of nervous. 325 00:15:29,160 --> 00:15:31,923 They can't see you, so just take your time. 326 00:15:32,686 --> 00:15:35,227 If you recognize anyone, just let us know, 327 00:15:35,251 --> 00:15:38,233 and let us know where you recognized him from, okay? 328 00:15:42,992 --> 00:15:44,970 Okay. 329 00:15:44,994 --> 00:15:47,506 - Anyone look familiar? - KERSTIN: His back 330 00:15:47,530 --> 00:15:50,079 was to me when I got in the car. 331 00:15:50,871 --> 00:15:52,511 And when he got in the back, 332 00:15:52,535 --> 00:15:54,613 his face was covered with a mask. 333 00:15:54,637 --> 00:15:56,448 What about when he was outside the car? 334 00:15:56,472 --> 00:15:58,483 I was checking my messages. 335 00:15:58,507 --> 00:16:00,285 Okay, well... 336 00:16:00,309 --> 00:16:04,112 just take another look, okay? 337 00:16:07,283 --> 00:16:08,760 I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Detectives. 338 00:16:08,784 --> 00:16:10,695 I just can't be sure. 339 00:16:10,719 --> 00:16:13,165 It's okay. Come on. 340 00:16:13,189 --> 00:16:15,000 Make sure 341 00:16:15,024 --> 00:16:16,480 she gets home okay. 342 00:16:17,393 --> 00:16:19,004 (SIGHS) Now what? 343 00:16:19,028 --> 00:16:20,605 That's our guy. 344 00:16:20,629 --> 00:16:23,208 No telling how many women that son of a bitch did it to. 345 00:16:23,232 --> 00:16:26,111 But without a positive ID, the D.A. will never charge him. 346 00:16:26,135 --> 00:16:28,613 I know. Let's get a warrant, search his car. 347 00:16:28,637 --> 00:16:31,183 Maybe we'll find a forensic link to Kerstin. 348 00:16:31,207 --> 00:16:32,951 Yeah, and it'll buy me more time. 349 00:16:32,975 --> 00:16:34,453 For what? 350 00:16:35,112 --> 00:16:37,846 To have a conversation with this scumbag. 351 00:16:39,081 --> 00:16:41,626 Flores threatened to put a bullet in his head, 352 00:16:41,650 --> 00:16:43,495 exactly the way that that guy got executed. 353 00:16:43,519 --> 00:16:45,897 Well, it's got to be a coincidence. 354 00:16:45,921 --> 00:16:48,491 - Flores isn't that guy. - I agree with you, 355 00:16:48,515 --> 00:16:49,968 but he had motive and opportunity, 356 00:16:49,992 --> 00:16:52,724 and he issued a verbal threat. I had to notify IAB. 357 00:17:02,088 --> 00:17:03,982 I'm afraid they're gonna jam him up. 358 00:17:04,006 --> 00:17:05,750 Only if he killed this guy. 359 00:17:05,774 --> 00:17:07,686 Ask me, he had it coming. 360 00:17:07,710 --> 00:17:09,164 Well, we don't work that way. 361 00:17:09,188 --> 00:17:12,046 Well, sometimes, like when a cop gets shot, I wish we did. 362 00:17:16,785 --> 00:17:19,254 (DOOR OPENS) 363 00:17:20,890 --> 00:17:22,868 Probably think you're pretty smart, don't you? 364 00:17:22,892 --> 00:17:24,736 Smart enough to know we wouldn't be here 365 00:17:24,760 --> 00:17:26,791 if I was identified in that lineup. 366 00:17:26,829 --> 00:17:29,473 - Mm. You don't know that. - And I'm willing to bet 367 00:17:29,497 --> 00:17:32,144 you came up empty when you examined my car. 368 00:17:32,168 --> 00:17:35,280 Yeah. We came up empty when we cleaned your car. 369 00:17:35,684 --> 00:17:39,084 CSU said that you had scrubbed the back seat 370 00:17:39,108 --> 00:17:41,856 - and vacuumed the carpet. - (CHUCKLES) 371 00:17:41,904 --> 00:17:43,455 Now, why would you do that? 372 00:17:43,672 --> 00:17:46,707 I've always been kind of a clean freak. 373 00:17:47,917 --> 00:17:49,551 You're definitely a freak. 374 00:17:50,282 --> 00:17:54,199 That's okay. We run into lots of freaks like you on the job. 375 00:17:54,223 --> 00:17:55,634 Worst type are 376 00:17:55,658 --> 00:17:58,303 sexual offenders like yourself. 377 00:17:58,327 --> 00:17:59,460 (KNOCK ON DOOR) 378 00:18:05,134 --> 00:18:06,668 (DOOR OPENS) 379 00:18:07,621 --> 00:18:09,347 I just got a call from the D.A.'s office. 380 00:18:09,371 --> 00:18:11,736 We need to charge Strand or cut him loose. 381 00:18:11,760 --> 00:18:14,286 Give me another hour with him. Get him to admit everything. 382 00:18:14,310 --> 00:18:16,321 The D.A.'s office is gonna call back in ten minutes. 383 00:18:16,345 --> 00:18:19,057 Okay, well, when they do, tell them he did it 384 00:18:19,081 --> 00:18:21,115 and he's gonna do it again. 385 00:18:32,127 --> 00:18:34,846 - Lieutenant, I'm Sergeant Reagan. - Sergeant. 386 00:18:34,870 --> 00:18:35,894 I was just wondering 387 00:18:35,918 --> 00:18:36,975 if you're gonna be bringing me in for an interview. 388 00:18:36,999 --> 00:18:38,777 That won't be necessary. 389 00:18:38,801 --> 00:18:40,111 I just thought maybe I could tell you 390 00:18:40,135 --> 00:18:41,446 what kind of cop this guy is. 391 00:18:41,470 --> 00:18:43,949 We gave Flores every opportunity to clear himself. 392 00:18:43,973 --> 00:18:45,817 He refused to answer any questions. 393 00:18:45,841 --> 00:18:48,486 - He's pretty shaken up. - He's also officially suspended. 394 00:18:48,510 --> 00:18:49,988 When our investigation's complete, 395 00:18:50,012 --> 00:18:51,746 he'll likely be charged with murder. 396 00:19:11,508 --> 00:19:13,480 - Any change? - He's in a coma. 397 00:19:13,505 --> 00:19:15,005 They don't know if he's gonna wake up. 398 00:19:17,730 --> 00:19:19,708 Heard you wouldn't answer any questions for IAB. 399 00:19:19,732 --> 00:19:20,976 Had nothing to say. 400 00:19:21,000 --> 00:19:22,210 If you don't defend yourself, 401 00:19:22,234 --> 00:19:23,412 they're gonna hang you out to dry. 402 00:19:23,436 --> 00:19:26,481 - I deserve it. - You ask me, it sounds like 403 00:19:26,505 --> 00:19:28,250 you're a guy who's looking to get himself punished. 404 00:19:28,274 --> 00:19:29,351 We done here? 405 00:19:29,375 --> 00:19:31,353 No, we're not done here. 406 00:19:32,009 --> 00:19:34,423 I got a lot of cops in my house I figure would go rogue 407 00:19:34,447 --> 00:19:36,425 if their partner got shot. You're not one of them. 408 00:19:36,449 --> 00:19:39,561 Gordon's safety was on me and I dropped the ball. 409 00:19:39,585 --> 00:19:42,230 Things happen on the street. You can't take all that weight. 410 00:19:42,254 --> 00:19:44,299 - He wasn't your partner. - No. 411 00:19:44,323 --> 00:19:45,634 But I've been there. 412 00:19:45,658 --> 00:19:47,936 You know what happens to cops in prison? 413 00:19:47,960 --> 00:19:49,771 I'll take what I have coming. 414 00:19:49,795 --> 00:19:51,807 Look me in the eye 415 00:19:51,831 --> 00:19:54,743 and tell me that you killed that perp in cold blood. 416 00:19:55,115 --> 00:19:58,636 I have to get back to my partner, sir. 417 00:20:14,253 --> 00:20:16,821 (SIGHS) 418 00:20:19,658 --> 00:20:22,938 I know this was short notice, so thank you for coming up. 419 00:20:22,962 --> 00:20:26,398 My schedule's pretty flexible these days. 420 00:20:28,234 --> 00:20:29,608 Right. 421 00:20:31,303 --> 00:20:32,903 (SIGHS) 422 00:20:37,510 --> 00:20:38,987 So. 423 00:20:39,011 --> 00:20:41,056 (SIGHS) 424 00:20:41,080 --> 00:20:43,558 I am on your side. I hope you know that. 425 00:20:43,582 --> 00:20:46,495 You're on my side as much as my circumstances allow you to be. 426 00:20:46,519 --> 00:20:48,126 Okay. 427 00:20:48,854 --> 00:20:51,066 I got a call from Chief Ellison this morning. 428 00:20:51,090 --> 00:20:53,402 A spot just opened up in his command. 429 00:20:53,426 --> 00:20:55,237 - The Chief of Detective's office? - Yes. 430 00:20:55,261 --> 00:20:57,038 There's room for advancement, 431 00:20:57,062 --> 00:21:01,510 and your work will impact every detective in this department. 432 00:21:01,807 --> 00:21:04,045 Thank you very much. 433 00:21:04,685 --> 00:21:06,337 But I'm gonna have to pass. 434 00:21:09,314 --> 00:21:10,752 May I ask why? 435 00:21:10,776 --> 00:21:12,654 I'm a squad detective. 436 00:21:12,678 --> 00:21:14,856 I conduct investigations. It's what I do. 437 00:21:14,880 --> 00:21:16,324 You were a squad detective. 438 00:21:16,348 --> 00:21:18,794 Things change, other doors open. 439 00:21:18,818 --> 00:21:20,128 Those are not the doors I want opened. 440 00:21:20,152 --> 00:21:22,631 Look, this is an excellent opportunity. 441 00:21:22,655 --> 00:21:24,833 And frankly, it's the only one I've got. 442 00:21:24,857 --> 00:21:28,303 I didn't become a cop to ride a desk and push papers around. 443 00:21:28,327 --> 00:21:31,540 Well, neither did I, but I like to think I pull my weight. 444 00:21:31,564 --> 00:21:33,375 There's not a slice of my life 445 00:21:33,399 --> 00:21:37,134 that hasn't been turned inside out by this except for one. 446 00:21:42,888 --> 00:21:44,922 I've spoken to a lawyer. 447 00:21:47,586 --> 00:21:49,688 That is your right. 448 00:21:51,763 --> 00:21:55,042 But I have a responsibility to keep my people safe, 449 00:21:55,120 --> 00:21:56,731 and I will. 450 00:21:56,755 --> 00:21:58,400 My current partner's ready to work with me. 451 00:21:58,424 --> 00:22:00,769 I would never ask him to take that risk, 452 00:22:00,793 --> 00:22:02,804 and neither should you. 453 00:22:02,828 --> 00:22:04,372 - (BEEP) - Baker? 454 00:22:04,396 --> 00:22:05,574 Then I'll work alone. 455 00:22:05,598 --> 00:22:07,799 That's a non-starter for any detective. 456 00:22:09,435 --> 00:22:11,334 (DOOR OPENS) 457 00:22:13,839 --> 00:22:16,117 I am not the enemy here, 458 00:22:16,448 --> 00:22:18,550 but I have a job to do. 459 00:22:28,587 --> 00:22:30,622 (DOOR CLOSES) 460 00:22:32,691 --> 00:22:35,270 You know, guys like Strand always screw up. 461 00:22:35,294 --> 00:22:36,938 Yeah, well, we don't have time to wait around 462 00:22:36,962 --> 00:22:38,445 for him to screw up. 463 00:22:38,831 --> 00:22:40,775 No telling how many more woman he's gonna hurt, 464 00:22:40,799 --> 00:22:42,244 so next club he ends up at, 465 00:22:42,268 --> 00:22:43,512 we're gonna be there waiting for him. 466 00:22:43,536 --> 00:22:46,515 Well, how? It's not like we can tail him 24-7. 467 00:22:46,539 --> 00:22:48,163 We can't? 468 00:22:48,641 --> 00:22:49,885 What is that? 469 00:22:49,909 --> 00:22:51,720 Not "what." 470 00:22:51,744 --> 00:22:53,877 Who. 471 00:22:54,246 --> 00:22:56,231 - You put a GPS on Strand's car? - Yeah. 472 00:22:56,255 --> 00:22:58,393 Pal of mine at TARU owed me a favor. 473 00:22:58,417 --> 00:23:01,463 Well, without a court order, that device is illegal, Danny. 474 00:23:01,487 --> 00:23:03,131 Nobody's gonna know about it, okay, 475 00:23:03,155 --> 00:23:04,633 'cause we're gonna catch him red-handed. 476 00:23:04,657 --> 00:23:05,634 How? 477 00:23:06,389 --> 00:23:07,969 Next club he hits, 478 00:23:07,993 --> 00:23:10,605 we'll have an undercover officer waiting for him 479 00:23:10,629 --> 00:23:12,374 who just happens to need a ride home. 480 00:23:12,398 --> 00:23:13,542 A decoy? 481 00:23:13,566 --> 00:23:16,044 Yes. A female officer. 482 00:23:16,068 --> 00:23:19,314 One he's never actually seen the face of. 483 00:23:19,338 --> 00:23:21,082 Very attractive. 484 00:23:21,106 --> 00:23:23,485 Do you have anyone in mind? 485 00:23:23,509 --> 00:23:25,408 I do. 486 00:23:41,293 --> 00:23:43,328 You get a bonus for staying after? 487 00:23:44,636 --> 00:23:46,638 I'm hoping so. 488 00:23:49,668 --> 00:23:52,180 Richard Farmer? 489 00:23:52,204 --> 00:23:53,521 Yup. 490 00:23:53,564 --> 00:23:54,921 Tough call. 491 00:23:54,945 --> 00:23:56,731 Yeah. Lucky me. 492 00:23:58,191 --> 00:24:02,424 How can someone be a killer and a hero at the same time? 493 00:24:02,448 --> 00:24:05,427 People can be more than one thing. Most are. 494 00:24:05,451 --> 00:24:09,097 Yeah, but how do I weigh Farmer's sin 495 00:24:09,121 --> 00:24:10,865 against his virtue? 496 00:24:11,329 --> 00:24:13,964 Sounds a little above your pay grade. 497 00:24:15,709 --> 00:24:17,505 I once complained to the archbishop 498 00:24:17,529 --> 00:24:19,998 that I was tired of playing God. 499 00:24:21,000 --> 00:24:22,644 Well, what did he say? 500 00:24:22,668 --> 00:24:24,702 Imagine how God feels. 501 00:24:26,772 --> 00:24:28,817 He also said 502 00:24:28,841 --> 00:24:31,086 that God puts you in a position, 503 00:24:31,110 --> 00:24:33,511 but he doesn't expect you to be perfect. 504 00:24:34,978 --> 00:24:36,891 Well, that's comforting, 505 00:24:36,915 --> 00:24:38,950 but I still don't know what I should do. 506 00:24:39,918 --> 00:24:41,930 Well... 507 00:24:42,736 --> 00:24:44,165 if you got to make a decision 508 00:24:44,189 --> 00:24:46,368 that's gonna change people's lives, 509 00:24:46,392 --> 00:24:47,969 you might want to talk to the people 510 00:24:47,993 --> 00:24:50,328 whose lives you're gonna change. 511 00:24:55,334 --> 00:24:57,045 - Great pie, Gramps. - Mm-hmm. 512 00:24:57,069 --> 00:24:58,647 Added in some shredded coconut. 513 00:24:58,671 --> 00:25:00,484 - Mm. - JAMIE: Apparently, not everyone 514 00:25:00,508 --> 00:25:02,774 was thrilled with the new recipe, though. 515 00:25:04,209 --> 00:25:05,920 ERIN: Yeah, what's going on, Sean? 516 00:25:05,944 --> 00:25:07,656 You haven't said two words the whole meal. 517 00:25:07,680 --> 00:25:10,058 - Girl problems. - Dad, could you just not? 518 00:25:10,082 --> 00:25:11,426 Did you and Lisa break up? 519 00:25:11,450 --> 00:25:12,694 No, Lisa broke up with him. 520 00:25:12,718 --> 00:25:13,828 (GASPS) 521 00:25:13,852 --> 00:25:14,829 So what happened? 522 00:25:14,853 --> 00:25:15,897 - Sean. - FRANK: Come on. 523 00:25:15,921 --> 00:25:18,231 - Give the guy a little privacy. - Thank you. 524 00:25:18,255 --> 00:25:21,336 ERIN: Since when has anyone respected privacy at this table? 525 00:25:21,360 --> 00:25:22,737 Since never. 526 00:25:22,761 --> 00:25:23,901 - ERIN: Yeah. - Yup. 527 00:25:23,925 --> 00:25:26,341 Lisa accused me of flirting with Britney Carmichael. 528 00:25:26,365 --> 00:25:27,342 (CHUCKLES) 529 00:25:27,366 --> 00:25:28,343 - Mm-hmm. - Did you? 530 00:25:28,367 --> 00:25:29,911 I wouldn't call it flirting. 531 00:25:29,935 --> 00:25:31,613 (MAKES BUZZER SOUND) Wrong answer. Mm-mmm. 532 00:25:31,637 --> 00:25:33,615 Okay, so Britneys are always trouble. 533 00:25:33,639 --> 00:25:36,284 Well, have you tried to work it out with this Lisa? 534 00:25:36,308 --> 00:25:38,119 His last name is "Reagan," remember? 535 00:25:38,143 --> 00:25:40,388 - What's that supposed to mean? - It means that 536 00:25:40,412 --> 00:25:43,692 every man at this table has a reputation for bad breakups. 537 00:25:43,716 --> 00:25:45,260 - Oh, thank you very much. - (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) 538 00:25:45,284 --> 00:25:48,494 Not every man at the table. Just some of the men. 539 00:25:48,518 --> 00:25:50,131 Is there something that I should know? 540 00:25:50,155 --> 00:25:52,567 Yes, you should know about Gina from his law firm. 541 00:25:52,591 --> 00:25:53,802 Did he ever tell you about her? 542 00:25:53,826 --> 00:25:55,704 - What? - Who is Gina? 543 00:25:55,728 --> 00:25:57,038 Oh, let's not go down that road. 544 00:25:57,062 --> 00:25:59,385 - Yeah, I'm with Dad! - (LAUGHING) 545 00:25:59,425 --> 00:26:01,276 She was convinced that Jamie 546 00:26:01,300 --> 00:26:03,307 - was going to propose. - DANNY: Uh-huh. 547 00:26:03,331 --> 00:26:05,280 Maybe she convinced herself. 548 00:26:05,304 --> 00:26:06,715 DANNY: Yeah - Really? 549 00:26:06,739 --> 00:26:08,316 Could you please pass the whipped cream? 550 00:26:08,340 --> 00:26:10,552 Oh, laugh it up, Romeo. 551 00:26:10,576 --> 00:26:12,921 Have you heard from Nancy Drake lately? 552 00:26:12,945 --> 00:26:14,723 - No, no, no. - (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) 553 00:26:14,747 --> 00:26:16,591 Hey, you opened that door. 554 00:26:16,615 --> 00:26:18,059 (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) 555 00:26:18,083 --> 00:26:19,360 It's a different scenario. 556 00:26:19,384 --> 00:26:21,062 ERIN: Before your mom and dad met, 557 00:26:21,086 --> 00:26:23,426 he was hot and heavy with Nancy from Chicago. 558 00:26:23,455 --> 00:26:25,567 - Yeah... - (WHOOPING) 559 00:26:25,591 --> 00:26:26,801 ERIN: Oh! 560 00:26:26,825 --> 00:26:29,104 - Flight attendant, as I recall. - DANNY: Yes. 561 00:26:29,128 --> 00:26:30,338 Who wanted me to move to Chicago, 562 00:26:30,362 --> 00:26:31,773 which was never gonna happen, so... 563 00:26:31,798 --> 00:26:33,141 Yeah, but you never broke up with her. 564 00:26:33,198 --> 00:26:35,276 You just jumped on the next flight to New York. 565 00:26:35,300 --> 00:26:36,644 - Oh. - JAMIE: Yeah, without a word 566 00:26:36,668 --> 00:26:38,446 - on her birthday. - Yeah. 567 00:26:38,470 --> 00:26:40,782 (GASPS) Did she hunt you down and kill you? 568 00:26:40,806 --> 00:26:42,183 She was a nice girl. 569 00:26:42,207 --> 00:26:44,018 I didn't want to ruin her big day. 570 00:26:44,042 --> 00:26:45,653 - Oh. Uh-uh. - ERIN: SO you just took 571 00:26:45,677 --> 00:26:48,216 the coward way out and let her hurt forever. 572 00:26:48,254 --> 00:26:50,409 Well, sometimes it's better just to 573 00:26:50,433 --> 00:26:51,826 - rip off the Band-Aid. - DANNY: Yes, exactly. 574 00:26:51,850 --> 00:26:55,430 I think Mom told me about some woman that you dumped for her. 575 00:26:55,454 --> 00:26:57,966 It was, um... Deborah something. 576 00:26:57,990 --> 00:26:59,004 Deborah? 577 00:26:59,028 --> 00:27:00,683 Now there was a bombshell. 578 00:27:00,707 --> 00:27:02,003 Pop. 579 00:27:02,027 --> 00:27:03,605 Oy. Well, now, 580 00:27:03,629 --> 00:27:05,373 I never heard about this bombshell. 581 00:27:05,397 --> 00:27:07,277 No comment. 582 00:27:07,301 --> 00:27:09,611 No. No, no, no. 583 00:27:09,635 --> 00:27:12,514 (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) 584 00:27:12,538 --> 00:27:13,848 Tell us! 585 00:27:13,872 --> 00:27:15,116 (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) 586 00:27:15,140 --> 00:27:16,951 Hey, my lips are sealed. 587 00:27:16,975 --> 00:27:18,376 Oh, my God. 588 00:27:21,580 --> 00:27:23,548 - ♪ - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 589 00:27:24,716 --> 00:27:26,995 Got a text from Strand to meet him at the corner. 590 00:27:27,019 --> 00:27:28,329 DANNY: You ready to go? 591 00:27:28,353 --> 00:27:30,465 Yeah, except this damn wig. 592 00:27:30,489 --> 00:27:32,300 It's itching the hell out of me. 593 00:27:32,324 --> 00:27:34,202 No pain, no gain. 594 00:27:34,226 --> 00:27:36,037 Okay, Strand's pulling up. 595 00:27:36,061 --> 00:27:37,572 Got him. 596 00:27:37,596 --> 00:27:41,309 Once you're in the car, signal me the second he makes his move. 597 00:27:41,333 --> 00:27:43,301 Copy that. 598 00:27:54,446 --> 00:27:56,391 Who the hell are you? 599 00:27:56,415 --> 00:27:57,725 I'm Leo. 600 00:27:57,749 --> 00:28:00,618 Police. Turn off the engine, get out of the car. 601 00:28:01,620 --> 00:28:03,364 Now. Come on. 602 00:28:03,388 --> 00:28:05,656 Get your hands on the hood. Let's go. 603 00:28:06,725 --> 00:28:08,336 Hands on the hood. Let's move it. 604 00:28:08,360 --> 00:28:10,672 Why are you driving Dennis Strand's car? 605 00:28:10,696 --> 00:28:13,081 He lets me use it sometimes to... pick up some fares. 606 00:28:13,132 --> 00:28:15,710 Off orders you intercept for ride share companies? 607 00:28:15,734 --> 00:28:18,346 Well... yeah. Lots of people do it. 608 00:28:18,370 --> 00:28:19,781 Where's Strand? 609 00:28:20,511 --> 00:28:22,417 He's using his other car tonight. 610 00:28:22,441 --> 00:28:25,776 Danny, we've got a problem. 611 00:28:31,336 --> 00:28:34,283 Uh, Dennis, I just got pulled over by the cops. 612 00:28:34,318 --> 00:28:36,029 They were looking for you, man. 613 00:28:36,194 --> 00:28:37,505 STRAND: What'd you tell 'em, Leo? 614 00:28:37,529 --> 00:28:38,506 (MOUTHING) 615 00:28:38,530 --> 00:28:40,541 I-I didn't tell 'em anything. 616 00:28:40,565 --> 00:28:42,176 Uh, are you in some kind of trouble? 617 00:28:42,200 --> 00:28:43,978 Of course not. Everything's fine. 618 00:28:44,002 --> 00:28:45,680 Look, man, tell me where you are. 619 00:28:45,704 --> 00:28:46,781 I'll come get you. 620 00:28:46,805 --> 00:28:48,238 Why would I want you to do that? 621 00:28:51,976 --> 00:28:54,188 How are you tonight, Detective Reagan? 622 00:28:54,212 --> 00:28:56,457 Son of a bitch. 623 00:28:56,481 --> 00:28:57,992 Where's the girl? 624 00:28:58,016 --> 00:28:59,727 - (MUFFLED SCREAMING) - I'm afraid she can't talk right now. 625 00:28:59,751 --> 00:29:02,029 Come on, Dennis. A young woman was reported 626 00:29:02,053 --> 00:29:03,631 missing after walking outside 627 00:29:03,655 --> 00:29:05,332 of a club and getting in a car 628 00:29:05,356 --> 00:29:06,667 in Washington Heights an hour ago. 629 00:29:06,691 --> 00:29:08,595 Fits your M.O. to a tee. 630 00:29:08,619 --> 00:29:10,129 Put her on the phone. 631 00:29:10,153 --> 00:29:12,239 Listen to me. If she comes out of this okay, 632 00:29:12,263 --> 00:29:14,475 you could still come out of this okay. Now put her on the phone. 633 00:29:14,499 --> 00:29:18,145 It has been lovely talking to you, Detective. 634 00:29:18,169 --> 00:29:19,970 Thanks for the call. 635 00:29:21,172 --> 00:29:22,783 You get a location? 636 00:29:22,807 --> 00:29:24,251 His phone is pinging in the vicinity 637 00:29:24,275 --> 00:29:26,887 of Greenwich and West 11th. 638 00:29:26,911 --> 00:29:29,490 Good. I want every uni in the area looking for that vehicle. 639 00:29:29,514 --> 00:29:30,991 Copy that. 640 00:29:31,015 --> 00:29:32,493 W-What about me? 641 00:29:32,517 --> 00:29:34,562 You stay put. We need a statement from you. 642 00:29:34,586 --> 00:29:35,696 Can I at least get my phone back? 643 00:29:35,720 --> 00:29:37,130 No. 644 00:29:40,558 --> 00:29:42,636 After reading all these reports, 645 00:29:42,660 --> 00:29:46,707 I'm starting to think that Flores really did kill this guy. 646 00:29:46,731 --> 00:29:48,342 Yeah, it doesn't look good. 647 00:29:48,366 --> 00:29:51,045 He was drinking at a bar seven minutes away 648 00:29:51,069 --> 00:29:52,341 from where the guy was killed. 649 00:29:52,365 --> 00:29:54,465 And he made sure to use Gordon's gun when he did it. 650 00:29:54,489 --> 00:29:57,875 Like he was sending a message, which also points to Flores. 651 00:29:59,177 --> 00:30:01,222 Maybe we're looking at the wrong end of this thing. 652 00:30:02,227 --> 00:30:03,806 Hmm? 653 00:30:05,277 --> 00:30:07,194 The morning Gordon was shot? 654 00:30:07,218 --> 00:30:08,562 Yeah. 655 00:30:08,586 --> 00:30:10,631 Several witnesses saw the incident. 656 00:30:10,655 --> 00:30:12,919 - And? - But... 657 00:30:12,944 --> 00:30:15,903 all of them have one thing in common in their statements. 658 00:30:15,927 --> 00:30:17,987 There's no mention of Flores. 659 00:30:19,072 --> 00:30:21,108 Wait, how is that possible? 660 00:30:21,132 --> 00:30:23,043 Only one way I can think of. 661 00:30:23,067 --> 00:30:24,512 Well... 662 00:30:25,069 --> 00:30:26,747 If Flores wasn't... 663 00:30:26,771 --> 00:30:29,640 there when his partner was shot. 664 00:30:34,979 --> 00:30:37,803 - (WOMAN CRYING) - STRAND: Look, I know this is awkward, 665 00:30:37,827 --> 00:30:39,827 but maybe you can relax No. 666 00:30:39,851 --> 00:30:41,729 - And get to know each other? - (CRYING): No. 667 00:30:41,753 --> 00:30:44,465 - You're so beautiful. - No. 668 00:30:44,489 --> 00:30:46,801 I'm sure you get that all the time, though. 669 00:30:46,825 --> 00:30:48,636 - (SOBBING): No... - We just met, 670 00:30:48,660 --> 00:30:50,971 - but already we're so close. - No! 671 00:30:50,995 --> 00:30:53,741 (GRUNTS) 672 00:30:53,765 --> 00:30:55,432 I told you I'd get you. 673 00:30:56,534 --> 00:30:58,012 Get up against the car. 674 00:30:58,036 --> 00:30:59,914 - (GASPS, WHIMPERS) - Hey. 675 00:30:59,938 --> 00:31:01,245 - (SOBBING) - It's okay, it's okay. 676 00:31:01,286 --> 00:31:03,083 You're gonna be okay, okay? 677 00:31:03,107 --> 00:31:04,617 You're gonna be okay. 678 00:31:05,643 --> 00:31:08,022 I wasn't gonna hurt her. I never hurt them. 679 00:31:08,046 --> 00:31:10,691 One more word out of you, and I'm gonna hurt you. 680 00:31:10,715 --> 00:31:12,026 Scumbag. 681 00:31:12,050 --> 00:31:13,517 (HANDCUFFS CLICKING) 682 00:31:16,921 --> 00:31:20,034 So, what did you want to talk to me about, Ms. Reagan? 683 00:31:20,058 --> 00:31:23,037 Mr. Farmer's sentencing is tomorrow, 684 00:31:23,061 --> 00:31:25,150 and I need to make a recommendation to the judge. 685 00:31:25,174 --> 00:31:27,130 I thought we already discussed this. 686 00:31:27,154 --> 00:31:30,377 We did. But things got a little bit more complicated. 687 00:31:30,401 --> 00:31:32,703 Because of what Farmer did on the playground. 688 00:31:35,640 --> 00:31:37,511 You suffered a huge loss. 689 00:31:37,535 --> 00:31:39,887 Richard Farmer is responsible. 690 00:31:40,695 --> 00:31:42,688 - Yes. - You think he deserves 691 00:31:42,716 --> 00:31:45,549 a lighter sentence because he saved those kids. 692 00:31:46,551 --> 00:31:48,829 Honestly, I don't know what to think. 693 00:31:48,853 --> 00:31:51,432 It sounds like you want to be let off the hook. 694 00:31:51,456 --> 00:31:53,234 Look, I'm a prosecutor. 695 00:31:53,258 --> 00:31:55,502 I make tough decisions every single day, 696 00:31:55,526 --> 00:31:57,504 and then I move on. 697 00:31:57,528 --> 00:32:00,374 It's people like you and Mr. Farmer 698 00:32:00,398 --> 00:32:03,844 who have to live with the impact of those decisions. 699 00:32:03,868 --> 00:32:05,679 What do you want from me? 700 00:32:05,703 --> 00:32:07,314 Guidance. 701 00:32:07,338 --> 00:32:09,316 And after everything you've been through, 702 00:32:09,340 --> 00:32:11,851 I know I don't have the right to ask, but... 703 00:32:12,691 --> 00:32:14,591 I'm asking. 704 00:32:17,649 --> 00:32:20,568 When I found out what Farmer did... 705 00:32:21,519 --> 00:32:24,098 I thought about those parents 706 00:32:24,122 --> 00:32:27,991 and how grateful they must be that their children are alive. 707 00:32:29,827 --> 00:32:32,497 But my child is dead... 708 00:32:33,331 --> 00:32:35,265 and he has to pay for that. 709 00:32:37,568 --> 00:32:39,569 Question is, how much? 710 00:32:40,705 --> 00:32:43,350 And as the living victim in this case, 711 00:32:43,800 --> 00:32:46,443 I'm gonna leave that decision up to you. 712 00:33:05,125 --> 00:33:07,141 We heard Gordon regained consciousness. 713 00:33:07,165 --> 00:33:09,243 Doc says he's gonna be okay. 714 00:33:09,267 --> 00:33:10,744 That's great news. 715 00:33:10,768 --> 00:33:12,279 He remember anything? 716 00:33:12,303 --> 00:33:14,148 - Didn't ask. - When I take his statement, 717 00:33:14,172 --> 00:33:16,483 is he gonna tell me you weren't there when he got shot? 718 00:33:16,507 --> 00:33:18,275 Witnesses confirm it. 719 00:33:21,191 --> 00:33:23,256 Where were you, Raymond? 720 00:33:26,784 --> 00:33:28,562 We were on patrol, 721 00:33:28,586 --> 00:33:30,764 and I wanted a pack of gum, 722 00:33:30,788 --> 00:33:32,932 so I went into the bodega on the corner. 723 00:33:33,998 --> 00:33:36,032 That's when I heard the shot. 724 00:33:39,263 --> 00:33:41,575 And by the time you got out the perp was already gone? 725 00:33:41,599 --> 00:33:43,867 Gordon was bleeding on the sidewalk. 726 00:33:45,770 --> 00:33:47,193 I should have been with him. 727 00:33:47,239 --> 00:33:48,939 You didn't do anything wrong. 728 00:33:51,275 --> 00:33:53,043 And you didn't kill the guy who shot him. 729 00:33:54,045 --> 00:33:55,656 I wanted to. 730 00:33:55,680 --> 00:33:57,039 I just... 731 00:33:57,715 --> 00:33:59,426 couldn't. 732 00:33:59,450 --> 00:34:01,229 That's 'cause you're a good cop. 733 00:34:01,273 --> 00:34:02,597 Who almost got his partner killed? 734 00:34:02,628 --> 00:34:06,623 What happened was an accident. Bad timing, nothing more. 735 00:34:07,925 --> 00:34:09,719 I think your partner needs you. 736 00:34:10,860 --> 00:34:12,494 Thank you, sir. 737 00:34:31,473 --> 00:34:33,159 Pardon me, but it's a fluid situation. 738 00:34:33,925 --> 00:34:34,995 What is? 739 00:34:35,019 --> 00:34:37,865 First came over as shots fired in Port Authority Bus Terminal. 740 00:34:37,889 --> 00:34:40,801 - Where am I headed all of a sudden? - Word just came in 741 00:34:40,825 --> 00:34:43,270 that one of our detectives had checked in with the desk there 742 00:34:43,294 --> 00:34:45,521 that she was working plainclothes on stakeout. 743 00:34:45,545 --> 00:34:46,540 So it's officer-involved. 744 00:34:46,564 --> 00:34:48,475 - Yes. - Likely? 745 00:34:48,499 --> 00:34:50,611 I don't have a status, except that the plainclothes 746 00:34:50,635 --> 00:34:52,069 was in a wheelchair. 747 00:34:56,599 --> 00:34:59,787 In light of the tragic consequences of your crime, 748 00:34:59,811 --> 00:35:03,057 I was going to recommend the maximum sentence. 749 00:35:03,081 --> 00:35:04,633 I understand. 750 00:35:04,658 --> 00:35:08,737 However, in light of your more recent heroic actions, 751 00:35:08,761 --> 00:35:13,067 this office believes a lesser sentence may be appropriate. 752 00:35:13,091 --> 00:35:15,402 That's very generous. 753 00:35:15,426 --> 00:35:17,438 The sentencing guidelines for vehicular manslaughter... 754 00:35:17,462 --> 00:35:18,605 No. 755 00:35:19,247 --> 00:35:20,574 I'm sorry? 756 00:35:20,915 --> 00:35:23,167 There's no excuse for what I did, 757 00:35:23,801 --> 00:35:25,446 for the pain I caused. 758 00:35:25,470 --> 00:35:28,682 One selfish, stupid decision, 759 00:35:29,048 --> 00:35:31,452 and I stole that girl's future from her. 760 00:35:31,476 --> 00:35:33,177 And her family. 761 00:35:33,928 --> 00:35:37,591 Are you suggesting that I recommend the maximum sentence? 762 00:35:37,861 --> 00:35:40,129 It's what I deserve. 763 00:35:55,116 --> 00:35:57,409 - Ms. Brooks. - What is this? 764 00:35:57,443 --> 00:35:59,546 Diane has been listening in. 765 00:35:59,570 --> 00:36:02,072 Her opinion is highly relevant here. 766 00:36:04,509 --> 00:36:06,820 The only thing that's gotten me through this 767 00:36:06,844 --> 00:36:09,990 is the thought of you rotting in jail for what you did. 768 00:36:10,014 --> 00:36:12,151 - I understand. - Maybe one day 769 00:36:12,175 --> 00:36:14,895 I'll be able to forgive you for what you did. 770 00:36:14,919 --> 00:36:16,686 But not today. 771 00:36:18,806 --> 00:36:20,725 But my daughter... 772 00:36:21,626 --> 00:36:25,228 believed in finding the good in people. 773 00:36:26,731 --> 00:36:29,499 She believed in second chances. 774 00:36:33,971 --> 00:36:35,672 Thank you. 775 00:36:36,866 --> 00:36:38,785 ERIN: So maybe we can put 776 00:36:38,809 --> 00:36:40,254 our heads together and find 777 00:36:40,278 --> 00:36:42,580 a recommendation that... 778 00:36:43,706 --> 00:36:45,583 we can all live with? 779 00:37:10,208 --> 00:37:12,242 ♪ 780 00:37:28,292 --> 00:37:29,670 Detective. 781 00:37:29,694 --> 00:37:31,038 They called you up here for this? 782 00:37:31,062 --> 00:37:32,395 It's kind of what I do. 783 00:37:34,432 --> 00:37:36,410 (SIGHS) 784 00:37:36,759 --> 00:37:39,880 The situation was fluid because your squad 785 00:37:39,904 --> 00:37:42,316 had no idea of what you were up to. 786 00:37:42,640 --> 00:37:44,418 Yeah, I can see that. 787 00:37:44,442 --> 00:37:46,386 What were you up to? 788 00:37:47,228 --> 00:37:49,790 I got word the scumbag who put me in this chair 789 00:37:49,814 --> 00:37:52,192 got bored of laying low upstate. 790 00:37:52,216 --> 00:37:54,484 So I called my partner. 791 00:37:55,440 --> 00:37:58,030 He was off the clock, just helping me out. 792 00:37:58,795 --> 00:37:59,884 I see. 793 00:37:59,908 --> 00:38:02,039 He covered the Utica arrival gate, 794 00:38:02,063 --> 00:38:03,470 I covered Troy. 795 00:38:03,494 --> 00:38:05,839 The scumbag came in from Troy. 796 00:38:05,863 --> 00:38:08,675 He made me as soon as I rolled up on him. 797 00:38:08,699 --> 00:38:10,844 He got a shot off and nicked me in the wrist, 798 00:38:10,868 --> 00:38:12,779 while I kneecapped him 799 00:38:12,803 --> 00:38:15,939 with the baton and caught him in the mouth on the way down. 800 00:38:17,742 --> 00:38:19,886 That's very impressive. 801 00:38:19,910 --> 00:38:21,955 But you're on restricted duty. 802 00:38:21,979 --> 00:38:25,025 You're not supposed to be on the street making collars. 803 00:38:25,049 --> 00:38:27,617 What are you gonna do, toss me off the job? 804 00:38:29,854 --> 00:38:32,232 I'm not looking for pity. 805 00:38:32,256 --> 00:38:35,725 Or a handout of a desk job. 806 00:38:38,729 --> 00:38:41,431 I don't want to stay where I'm not wanted. 807 00:38:42,967 --> 00:38:45,802 I'm not gonna sue the department. 808 00:38:51,001 --> 00:38:53,085 So it's all or nothing. 809 00:38:56,155 --> 00:38:58,358 I've got applications out to New Haven, 810 00:38:58,382 --> 00:39:00,684 Newark and the Philly PDs. 811 00:39:02,753 --> 00:39:04,331 If you could reach out... 812 00:39:04,355 --> 00:39:05,799 Reach out how? 813 00:39:05,823 --> 00:39:07,868 (CHUCKLES) Like, "I got this great detective, 814 00:39:07,892 --> 00:39:10,627 but I can't use her 'cause she's in a wheelchair"? 815 00:39:15,533 --> 00:39:16,943 (SIGHS) 816 00:39:16,967 --> 00:39:20,995 You told me in my office your partner, Detective Yang, 817 00:39:21,019 --> 00:39:22,416 was willing to ride with you. 818 00:39:22,440 --> 00:39:24,451 He rode with me today. For free. 819 00:39:24,475 --> 00:39:25,993 I know that. 820 00:39:27,478 --> 00:39:29,956 What if you had to have a third detective with you 821 00:39:29,980 --> 00:39:31,648 when you were in the field? 822 00:39:33,501 --> 00:39:35,028 I could live with that. 823 00:39:35,052 --> 00:39:37,331 What if you had to prioritize your safety 824 00:39:37,355 --> 00:39:40,600 and that of your fellow officers at all times? 825 00:39:40,624 --> 00:39:43,126 I know what I can and can't do out there. 826 00:39:44,462 --> 00:39:48,875 What if you had to make weekly reports to me 827 00:39:49,485 --> 00:39:51,687 about your progress? 828 00:40:00,044 --> 00:40:02,422 (SIGHS) 829 00:40:02,446 --> 00:40:03,890 You'll be the first. 830 00:40:03,914 --> 00:40:06,575 Make it work so others can follow. 831 00:40:10,254 --> 00:40:11,988 (LAUGHS) 832 00:40:14,825 --> 00:40:16,770 Nice work, Detective. 833 00:40:16,794 --> 00:40:18,572 You just flipped the PC. 60223

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