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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,610 --> 00:00:03,829 Previously on "The Rookie"...I'm gonna give you my car. 2 00:00:03,873 --> 00:00:05,179 -What's the catch? -You have to keep checking in 3 00:00:05,222 --> 00:00:06,745 with me until you're off the street, or no deal. 4 00:00:06,789 --> 00:00:09,270 -Thanks. -Hey! 5 00:00:09,313 --> 00:00:11,402 I am hereby placing you under administrative leave. 6 00:00:11,446 --> 00:00:12,925 Gun and badge. 7 00:00:12,969 --> 00:00:14,536 Guys like Doug Stanton should not be training 8 00:00:14,579 --> 00:00:15,667 our next generation. 9 00:00:15,711 --> 00:00:16,886 If you had your college degree, 10 00:00:16,929 --> 00:00:19,193 you would be able to be T.O. in two years. 11 00:00:19,236 --> 00:00:20,107 Looks like I'm going back to school. 12 00:00:23,806 --> 00:00:25,938 Thanks for letting me do my laundry here. 13 00:00:25,982 --> 00:00:28,637 I swear my cousin's dryer is possessed. 14 00:00:28,680 --> 00:00:30,117 Any time. 15 00:00:30,160 --> 00:00:32,075 Plus, it means I get to make sure 16 00:00:32,119 --> 00:00:35,078 you have a vegetable this month. 17 00:00:35,122 --> 00:00:37,428 I told you -- all the cool kids are getting scurvy. 18 00:00:37,472 --> 00:00:38,908 Mm-hmm. Listen -- 19 00:00:38,951 --> 00:00:40,605 I have to write a paper for school 20 00:00:40,649 --> 00:00:42,825 about gender roles in the workplace, 21 00:00:42,868 --> 00:00:44,348 and I'm supposed to interview someone 22 00:00:44,392 --> 00:00:46,916 who's working a job that was traditionally considered male. 23 00:00:46,959 --> 00:00:51,529 And you want to interview...me? 24 00:00:51,573 --> 00:00:52,617 If you're not busy. 25 00:00:52,661 --> 00:00:54,663 I would be honored. 26 00:00:54,706 --> 00:00:56,491 If you're gonna make this weird, I'll just ask someone else. 27 00:00:56,534 --> 00:00:58,145 No! I'm in. We can -- 28 00:00:58,188 --> 00:00:59,407 We can do it after dinner tonight. 29 00:00:59,450 --> 00:01:01,365 I still have to get the questions together. 30 00:01:01,409 --> 00:01:03,106 Okay. Well, how about tomorrow night? 31 00:01:03,150 --> 00:01:04,847 I could pick you up after my shift? 32 00:01:04,890 --> 00:01:07,110 I should be done on time for once. 33 00:01:07,154 --> 00:01:09,591 My sergeant has us doing site security 34 00:01:09,634 --> 00:01:11,201 for the CCOA convention. 35 00:01:11,245 --> 00:01:14,552 It's the California Covert Operators Association. 36 00:01:14,596 --> 00:01:16,511 Undercover cops have a convention? 37 00:01:16,554 --> 00:01:18,687 Yeah. At a hotel, if you can believe it. 38 00:01:18,730 --> 00:01:21,255 And it's advertised on their website, so... 39 00:01:21,298 --> 00:01:23,213 Well, sounds like the opposite of covert. 40 00:01:23,257 --> 00:01:24,693 Yeah, that's what I said. 41 00:01:24,736 --> 00:01:27,217 But I guess it's a space for them to share trade secrets. 42 00:01:27,261 --> 00:01:28,914 And party on the city's dime. 43 00:01:28,958 --> 00:01:30,655 While we make sure no bad guys get close enough 44 00:01:30,699 --> 00:01:32,048 to ID an undercover cop. 45 00:01:32,092 --> 00:01:33,528 Well, sadly, I'll be missing the fun 46 00:01:33,571 --> 00:01:36,270 because I'll be working the Community Policing Center 47 00:01:36,313 --> 00:01:37,662 with Smitty tomorrow. 48 00:01:37,706 --> 00:01:40,883 Ah. Only 10 more days until no more T.O.s. 49 00:01:40,926 --> 00:01:43,320 Mm. 50 00:01:43,364 --> 00:01:44,756 Hey. 51 00:01:44,800 --> 00:01:47,237 I thought you were starting college classes tonight. 52 00:01:47,281 --> 00:01:48,717 I'm actually just about to head into 53 00:01:48,760 --> 00:01:50,675 my Ethics and Criminal Law class. 54 00:01:50,719 --> 00:01:52,460 But I'm having second thoughts about 55 00:01:52,503 --> 00:01:54,723 identifying myself as a police officer. 56 00:01:54,766 --> 00:01:56,072 I mean, I should, right? 57 00:01:56,116 --> 00:01:56,812 --No. -No. -Yeah. 58 00:01:56,855 --> 00:01:58,553 That's...not helpful. 59 00:01:58,596 --> 00:01:59,684 Why shouldn't you? 60 00:01:59,728 --> 00:02:01,121 Because it'll isolate him right away. 61 00:02:01,164 --> 00:02:03,688 You think I introduce myself as homeless at school? 62 00:02:03,732 --> 00:02:06,213 Unless you want the class to be about you, 63 00:02:06,256 --> 00:02:07,910 I'd keep your head downand blend in. 64 00:02:07,953 --> 00:02:09,738 Good evening. I'm Professor Ryan, 65 00:02:09,781 --> 00:02:12,306 and this is Ethics and Criminal Justice. 66 00:02:12,349 --> 00:02:15,613 Now, tell me, what do those words make you think? 67 00:02:15,657 --> 00:02:19,356 That...the two don't gotogether. Why? 68 00:02:19,400 --> 00:02:23,099 Because the criminal justice system is inherently biased, 69 00:02:23,143 --> 00:02:25,623 designed to punish poor people and people of color. 70 00:02:25,667 --> 00:02:27,190 Okay, so if that's a problem, what is a solution? 71 00:02:27,234 --> 00:02:29,366 Defund the police, for starters. 72 00:02:29,410 --> 00:02:31,107 Anyone disagree? 73 00:02:31,151 --> 00:02:33,240 Uh, well, I don't think it's quite that simple -- 74 00:02:33,283 --> 00:02:35,067 just defunding the police. 75 00:02:35,111 --> 00:02:37,418 Defunding doesn't mean get rid of cops. 76 00:02:37,461 --> 00:02:38,897 It means stop prioritizing them 77 00:02:38,941 --> 00:02:40,116 over people they're supposed to serve. 78 00:02:40,160 --> 00:02:42,510 Yeah, no, I appreciate that, and I agree. 79 00:02:42,553 --> 00:02:45,208 I think a lot more money needs to be invested in communities, 80 00:02:45,252 --> 00:02:47,993 but it will take time for those investments 81 00:02:48,037 --> 00:02:49,908 to effect any real change. 82 00:02:49,952 --> 00:02:52,520 If we drastically cut policing before that happens, 83 00:02:52,563 --> 00:02:54,696 it would leave people unprotected. 84 00:02:54,739 --> 00:02:56,567 It can't be worse than it is now. 85 00:02:56,611 --> 00:02:58,439 Sure, it can. 86 00:02:58,482 --> 00:03:00,005 Don't you agree? 87 00:03:00,049 --> 00:03:02,573 Oh, I'm not here to agree or to pick sides. 88 00:03:02,617 --> 00:03:04,314 Ethics are often at odds with the law. 89 00:03:04,358 --> 00:03:05,968 What's right and what is legal 90 00:03:06,011 --> 00:03:08,405 are very often all too different. 91 00:03:08,449 --> 00:03:12,279 And that tension is what we are here to explore. 92 00:03:12,322 --> 00:03:14,672 And it is going to get uncomfortable, 93 00:03:14,716 --> 00:03:16,761 so y'all better strap in. 94 00:03:16,805 --> 00:03:20,243 ♪ Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, whoa, oh, oh ♪ 95 00:03:20,287 --> 00:03:22,593 ♪ I'm gonna win for you 96 00:03:22,637 --> 00:03:26,510 ♪ Like I know you want me to do ♪ 97 00:03:26,554 --> 00:03:28,295 By then, the class had ended, 98 00:03:28,338 --> 00:03:29,731 and I still hadn't identified myself. 99 00:03:29,774 --> 00:03:31,298 Did I make a mistake? 100 00:03:31,341 --> 00:03:33,038 I can't answer that for you. 101 00:03:33,082 --> 00:03:34,475 As a cop, you have to judge social situations 102 00:03:34,518 --> 00:03:35,998 on a case-by-case basis. 103 00:03:36,041 --> 00:03:38,566 I just hate the feeling like I'm hiding something. 104 00:03:38,609 --> 00:03:41,482 All of these people can't be undercover cops, can they? 105 00:03:41,525 --> 00:03:42,874 Okay, so, think of the undercover world 106 00:03:42,918 --> 00:03:44,267 like high school, right? 107 00:03:44,311 --> 00:03:45,573 So, first, you have your UCs. 108 00:03:45,616 --> 00:03:47,270 They are like the star quarterbacks. 109 00:03:47,314 --> 00:03:48,924 No undercover operation can happen without them, 110 00:03:48,967 --> 00:03:49,794 and they know it. 111 00:03:49,838 --> 00:03:50,752 They take the most risk, 112 00:03:50,795 --> 00:03:52,406 and they reap the most reward. 113 00:03:52,449 --> 00:03:53,885 Meaning? They get laid. 114 00:03:53,929 --> 00:03:54,930 A lot. Oh. 115 00:03:54,973 --> 00:03:56,888 Then you have your Case Officers. 116 00:03:56,932 --> 00:03:58,238 They're like the debate team. 117 00:03:58,281 --> 00:03:59,630 They think they're smarter than everyone else, 118 00:03:59,674 --> 00:04:01,806 and they see themselves as puppet masters 119 00:04:01,850 --> 00:04:04,374 who use UCs as just a tool in their kit. 120 00:04:04,418 --> 00:04:06,158 I'm guessing they don't get laid near as much. 121 00:04:06,202 --> 00:04:08,509 Correct. Then you have your Tech Squad. 122 00:04:08,552 --> 00:04:10,032 They're like the hackers. 123 00:04:10,075 --> 00:04:11,207 They basically are smarter than everyone else, 124 00:04:11,251 --> 00:04:12,861 but they have a real criminal streak. 125 00:04:12,904 --> 00:04:14,906 They commit legal burglaries and break-ins, 126 00:04:14,950 --> 00:04:16,256 planting cameras and bugs. 127 00:04:16,299 --> 00:04:18,170 Finally, you have your Freshmen. 128 00:04:18,214 --> 00:04:20,477 They're easily identifiable. Just off patrol. 129 00:04:20,521 --> 00:04:22,087 Still at that awkward stage 130 00:04:22,131 --> 00:04:23,524 of trying to let their hair grow out, 131 00:04:23,567 --> 00:04:25,482 where they're mullet-adjacent. 132 00:04:25,526 --> 00:04:27,005 So you were a star quarterback. 133 00:04:27,049 --> 00:04:30,661 Oh, baby, I was the Heisman Trophy. 134 00:04:30,705 --> 00:04:33,055 Alright, thanks. You're good to go. 135 00:04:33,098 --> 00:04:34,883 Hey, do you work the convention every year? 136 00:04:34,926 --> 00:04:37,059 No. L.A. hasn't hosted onein a long time. 137 00:04:37,102 --> 00:04:38,234 But I did go with Isabel once. 138 00:04:38,278 --> 00:04:39,409 What kind of classes do they teach? 139 00:04:39,453 --> 00:04:40,889 No idea. 140 00:04:40,932 --> 00:04:43,326 Patrol isn't allowed to know UC trade secrets. 141 00:04:43,370 --> 00:04:45,937 So I just ordered room service,worked on my tan. 142 00:04:45,981 --> 00:04:47,635 ♪ Don't talk, just listen 143 00:04:47,678 --> 00:04:50,551 -Bradford! -Mack! 144 00:04:50,594 --> 00:04:53,249 Ugh! You bastard! You get prettier with age. 145 00:04:53,293 --> 00:04:55,077 Yeah, and you're stillthe same part Neanderthal. 146 00:04:55,120 --> 00:04:56,731 Lucy Chen, Mack Daniels. 147 00:04:56,774 --> 00:04:58,080 Hey, how are you? 148 00:04:58,123 --> 00:04:59,560 Oh, hi. Nice to meet you. 149 00:04:59,603 --> 00:05:00,909 Beth, how are the kids? 150 00:05:00,952 --> 00:05:02,954 Oh, uh, this is actually, uh, my friend Candace. 151 00:05:02,998 --> 00:05:05,348 Hi. Mack's right. You are pretty. 152 00:05:07,132 --> 00:05:09,309 Uh, Chen, why don't you goand get Candace's info? 153 00:05:09,352 --> 00:05:11,528 Yeah. Mack, come on over here, bud. 154 00:05:11,572 --> 00:05:14,009 Uh-oh. Am I in trouble? 155 00:05:15,880 --> 00:05:18,230 If you wanna run around on Beth,that's your business. 156 00:05:18,274 --> 00:05:20,276 But did you really expect menot to notice? 157 00:05:20,320 --> 00:05:22,017 -Notice what? -Your pupils, man. 158 00:05:22,060 --> 00:05:23,323 They're pinpoints. 159 00:05:23,366 --> 00:05:24,802 You're looking 5-50. What are you on? 160 00:05:24,846 --> 00:05:26,978 It's just a little Oxy. Okay? 161 00:05:27,022 --> 00:05:28,632 Relax, I got a prescription. 162 00:05:28,676 --> 00:05:30,504 Jacked up my shoulder on the jobabout a month back. 163 00:05:30,547 --> 00:05:32,375 Pain's a, uh, mother. 164 00:05:32,419 --> 00:05:36,292 Mack! I got a spa appointment. 165 00:05:36,336 --> 00:05:37,293 I gotta go. 166 00:05:37,337 --> 00:05:38,381 Hey, it's good seeing you, bro. 167 00:05:38,425 --> 00:05:40,252 Yeah. You, too. 168 00:05:40,296 --> 00:05:41,602 ♪ Shut up more and then listen ♪ 169 00:05:41,645 --> 00:05:43,212 ♪ Some of y'all need to just muzzle up ♪ 170 00:05:43,255 --> 00:05:46,389 ♪ I got hits to throw, you wanna muscle up ♪ 171 00:05:46,433 --> 00:05:48,522 He seems...nice. 172 00:05:48,565 --> 00:05:50,045 Yeah, believe it or not,he used to be 173 00:05:50,088 --> 00:05:51,525 the most clean-cut guyI ever met. 174 00:05:54,049 --> 00:05:55,616 James, it's good to see you. 175 00:05:55,659 --> 00:05:57,052 Am I, uh, still on for 176 00:05:57,095 --> 00:05:58,532 Aaron and Michael tutoringtomorrow night? 177 00:05:58,575 --> 00:06:00,925 Just Aaron. Michael has drama club. 178 00:06:00,969 --> 00:06:03,145 -That boy's such a ham. -I love him. 179 00:06:03,188 --> 00:06:04,625 -Who's this? -This is Silas. 180 00:06:04,668 --> 00:06:06,061 Silas, good to meet you. 181 00:06:06,104 --> 00:06:08,150 I'm, uh, Jackson, and this is Smitty. 182 00:06:08,193 --> 00:06:10,326 Jackson. Last name West. 183 00:06:10,370 --> 00:06:11,545 Badge number, please? For my records. 184 00:06:11,588 --> 00:06:14,591 3-3-3-5-6. 185 00:06:14,635 --> 00:06:16,637 Badge number? 186 00:06:16,680 --> 00:06:18,769 2-8-7-1-7. 187 00:06:18,813 --> 00:06:19,944 First name, please. 188 00:06:19,988 --> 00:06:21,206 Smitty's sufficient. 189 00:06:21,250 --> 00:06:23,513 Silas is the eyes and earsof the neighborhood. 190 00:06:23,557 --> 00:06:25,515 He does a daily patrol, gives me a heads-up 191 00:06:25,559 --> 00:06:27,212 on problems that need fixing. 192 00:06:27,256 --> 00:06:28,431 Anything we should know about? 193 00:06:28,475 --> 00:06:29,998 Well, City Sanitation neglected to empty 194 00:06:30,041 --> 00:06:31,608 the Dumpster in front of Matteo's Deli. 195 00:06:31,652 --> 00:06:33,131 That will attract rodents. 196 00:06:33,175 --> 00:06:35,090 And a Cadet Blue 1978 Dodge Aspen 197 00:06:35,133 --> 00:06:36,657 is blocking Sally Nelson's driveway, 198 00:06:36,700 --> 00:06:37,658 and she has work at 10:00. 199 00:06:37,701 --> 00:06:39,268 Kid would make a good CI. 200 00:06:39,311 --> 00:06:40,661 Forget it. 201 00:06:40,704 --> 00:06:42,706 Silas is here becausehe wants to help his neighbors, 202 00:06:42,750 --> 00:06:44,491 not make it easierfor you to hassle them. 203 00:06:44,534 --> 00:06:47,581 Of course. That's not what we're looking for. 204 00:06:47,624 --> 00:06:50,061 Look, I can call the cityand have them tow away the Aspen 205 00:06:50,105 --> 00:06:51,454 so Sally can get to work. 206 00:06:51,498 --> 00:06:52,673 Is there anything else we can help you with? 207 00:06:52,716 --> 00:06:55,284 Um, I've actually made a list of potholes, 208 00:06:55,327 --> 00:06:57,460 and they can cause accidents, car damage. 209 00:06:57,504 --> 00:06:59,157 But the Bureau of Street Services 210 00:06:59,201 --> 00:07:00,594 doesn't return my telephone calls. 211 00:07:00,637 --> 00:07:03,510 Smitty, doesn't your uncle work for City Services? 212 00:07:03,553 --> 00:07:05,599 Ugh -- Artie. Yes. 213 00:07:05,642 --> 00:07:07,557 Guy is such a slacker. 214 00:07:07,601 --> 00:07:10,299 Can you call him about the potholes? 215 00:07:10,342 --> 00:07:11,996 No. 216 00:07:12,040 --> 00:07:13,433 I owe him money. 217 00:07:13,476 --> 00:07:14,695 Okay, fine. 218 00:07:14,738 --> 00:07:16,000 Give me the number, and I'll call. 219 00:07:16,044 --> 00:07:17,262 Do you really think there could be trouble 220 00:07:17,306 --> 00:07:18,002 at this convention? 221 00:07:18,046 --> 00:07:19,264 Absolutely. 222 00:07:19,308 --> 00:07:21,441 Criminals would killto infiltrate this place. 223 00:07:21,484 --> 00:07:23,617 The damage thatundercover operations do 224 00:07:23,660 --> 00:07:25,314 to their business is incredible. 225 00:07:29,492 --> 00:07:31,494 June! Wh-- Are you here? 226 00:07:31,538 --> 00:07:33,496 Oh, good. You're at the convention. 227 00:07:33,540 --> 00:07:35,063 I'm scheduled to teach a seminar this morning, 228 00:07:35,106 --> 00:07:35,933 but I can't get there. 229 00:07:35,977 --> 00:07:37,239 Can you fill in for me? 230 00:07:37,282 --> 00:07:38,501 It's the same class you used to teach. 231 00:07:38,545 --> 00:07:39,459 You could do it in your sleep. 232 00:07:39,502 --> 00:07:41,504 -I can't. -I'm working security. 233 00:07:41,548 --> 00:07:44,333 Please. You still owe me from that op in Bakersfield, 234 00:07:44,376 --> 00:07:46,509 and you know I wouldn't ask if I didn't have to. 235 00:07:46,553 --> 00:07:47,858 Go ahead. I got this covered. 236 00:07:47,902 --> 00:07:49,425 Go ahead. 237 00:07:49,469 --> 00:07:51,209 Okay. Uh, sure. 238 00:07:51,253 --> 00:07:52,733 Thanks. I'll text you the details. 239 00:07:52,776 --> 00:07:53,908 You are the best. 240 00:07:54,735 --> 00:07:56,345 What's the seminar on? 241 00:07:56,388 --> 00:08:00,131 Women make up just 12% of law enforcement. 242 00:08:00,175 --> 00:08:04,048 But they're attacked almosttwice as often as male officers. 243 00:08:04,092 --> 00:08:06,921 And yet, male officers are 244 00:08:06,964 --> 00:08:09,489 three times more likely to fire their weapon, 245 00:08:09,532 --> 00:08:13,014 they are three times more likelyto get injured while on duty, 246 00:08:13,057 --> 00:08:17,105 and they make up 95% of citizen complaints. 247 00:08:17,148 --> 00:08:19,934 Which begs the question, are women just better cops? 248 00:08:19,977 --> 00:08:21,588 Oh, you better believe it. 249 00:08:25,940 --> 00:08:27,289 You're not supposed to be listening. 250 00:08:27,332 --> 00:08:28,899 Why? 'Cause they don't trust patrol 251 00:08:28,943 --> 00:08:30,379 with all their Secret Squirrel stuff? 252 00:08:30,422 --> 00:08:32,381 It doesn't matter why. Rules are rules. 253 00:08:32,424 --> 00:08:34,557 And I'm already on thin ice, so I'm outta here. 254 00:08:34,601 --> 00:08:37,473 This seminar today is about being a female undercover cop 255 00:08:37,517 --> 00:08:39,562 and the unique risks that that poses. 256 00:08:39,606 --> 00:08:43,305 Now, I will warn you, this is not gonna be an easy ride. 257 00:08:43,348 --> 00:08:46,917 Some of what you're about to see is hard to watch. 258 00:08:46,961 --> 00:08:50,399 But if we can learn from the UCs who died in these videos, 259 00:08:50,442 --> 00:08:53,402 then maybe we can save some lives. 260 00:08:53,445 --> 00:08:55,012 Are you with me? 261 00:09:00,017 --> 00:09:01,453 Chen. Yes? 262 00:09:01,497 --> 00:09:03,151 Thought you were running to the bathroom. 263 00:09:03,194 --> 00:09:05,327 I was. I am. 264 00:09:05,370 --> 00:09:06,067 Sorry. 265 00:09:12,203 --> 00:09:13,553 Next time he calls about potholes, 266 00:09:13,596 --> 00:09:14,728 take it seriously, okay? 267 00:09:14,771 --> 00:09:17,818 Yes, I work with Smitty. 268 00:09:17,861 --> 00:09:21,386 Yeah. No. No, I-I won't tell him that. 269 00:09:21,430 --> 00:09:22,997 Because it's disgusting. 270 00:09:23,040 --> 00:09:25,086 No! No! No! No! 271 00:09:25,129 --> 00:09:27,088 No! No! 272 00:09:28,785 --> 00:09:30,047 My baby's in the back! 273 00:09:30,091 --> 00:09:31,440 7-Adam-07, carjacking, 274 00:09:31,483 --> 00:09:33,747 suspect headed westbound on Fourth near Waverly. 275 00:09:33,790 --> 00:09:35,618 I'm on foot. I need any unit in the area. 276 00:09:48,631 --> 00:09:50,241 ♪ Whacha got, whatcha got? 277 00:09:50,285 --> 00:09:52,853 [ Horse neighs ]♪ Into the wild and when you get up? ♪ 278 00:09:52,896 --> 00:09:54,202 ♪ And in the morning 279 00:09:54,245 --> 00:09:55,507 I guess you didn't need that assist after all. 280 00:09:55,551 --> 00:09:56,944 You're...? 281 00:09:56,987 --> 00:09:59,642 A cop on a horse? Yep. 282 00:09:59,686 --> 00:10:00,730 Any other suspects? 283 00:10:00,774 --> 00:10:03,515 No. Can you watch him? 284 00:10:03,559 --> 00:10:04,865 Victim said her baby was in the car. 285 00:10:04,908 --> 00:10:07,868 ♪ Like an A-list star in a movie ♪ 286 00:10:07,911 --> 00:10:09,652 Oh! 287 00:10:09,696 --> 00:10:11,915 Ma'am, that's your baby? 288 00:10:11,959 --> 00:10:12,916 Yeah. 289 00:10:12,960 --> 00:10:15,440 Oh! 290 00:10:15,484 --> 00:10:16,485 Oh, I'm sorry. 291 00:10:18,269 --> 00:10:19,227 So you were spying on one of the seminars? 292 00:10:19,270 --> 00:10:21,490 No. 293 00:10:21,533 --> 00:10:23,753 Maybe a little bit. 294 00:10:23,797 --> 00:10:25,755 I mean, what's the big deal? I'm a cop, too. 295 00:10:25,799 --> 00:10:27,496 The likelihood of patrol officers 296 00:10:27,539 --> 00:10:28,671 getting fired or flaming out 297 00:10:28,715 --> 00:10:30,064 are much higher than ranked officers. 298 00:10:30,107 --> 00:10:32,719 The information and tactics the CCOA present 299 00:10:32,762 --> 00:10:35,069 are so unique and so sensitive, 300 00:10:35,112 --> 00:10:36,897 they're literally on a need-to-know basis. 301 00:10:36,940 --> 00:10:38,899 Got it? 302 00:10:38,942 --> 00:10:40,552 Yeah. 303 00:10:41,771 --> 00:10:43,686 Tim? Beth. 304 00:10:43,730 --> 00:10:45,209 I'm here to surprise Mack. 305 00:10:45,253 --> 00:10:46,950 He's barely been home the last three months. 306 00:10:46,994 --> 00:10:49,561 I bet. Yeah, undercover work's a full-time gig. 307 00:10:49,605 --> 00:10:50,780 Is he here yet? 308 00:10:52,173 --> 00:10:54,654 Yeah. He rolled through a few hours ago. 309 00:10:54,697 --> 00:10:55,611 It's great seeing you. 310 00:10:55,655 --> 00:10:56,873 You, too. 311 00:10:58,396 --> 00:11:00,050 Seriously? 312 00:11:00,094 --> 00:11:01,312 You're not gonna give her a heads-up? 313 00:11:01,356 --> 00:11:04,315 No way I'm getting in the middle of that. 314 00:11:04,359 --> 00:11:06,274 Tim. Check this out. 315 00:11:06,317 --> 00:11:08,711 Those cars belong to the undercover cops. 316 00:11:08,755 --> 00:11:09,930 Well, they'll have switched-out license plates 317 00:11:09,973 --> 00:11:11,018 so criminals can't ID them. 318 00:11:11,061 --> 00:11:13,803 But they can't cover the VIN numbers. 319 00:11:13,847 --> 00:11:15,892 If he gets those numbers, he'll be able to identify them. 320 00:11:15,936 --> 00:11:17,720 Gun. Back pocket. 321 00:11:17,764 --> 00:11:19,635 Hey! Police! Hold up! 322 00:11:31,212 --> 00:11:32,692 All units, be advised, we have a perimeter breach. 323 00:11:32,735 --> 00:11:34,824 White male, blue ballcap, gray jacket, blue jeans. 324 00:11:34,868 --> 00:11:36,347 Made it in through the south rear door. 325 00:11:36,391 --> 00:11:37,827 Armed with a handgun, and may be targeting police. 326 00:11:41,091 --> 00:11:43,050 He won't get far. Hotel's on lockdown, 327 00:11:43,093 --> 00:11:44,094 and his description just went out 328 00:11:44,138 --> 00:11:45,922 to 200 armed police officers. 329 00:11:45,966 --> 00:11:47,924 Really, he's trapped in here with us. 330 00:11:49,012 --> 00:11:50,753 Yeah, that description's useless now. 331 00:11:52,146 --> 00:11:53,887 Be advised, our suspect no longer has on 332 00:11:53,930 --> 00:11:55,976 a ballcap or jacket. 333 00:11:56,019 --> 00:11:59,893 Which means we are searching for a white guy in blue jeans. 334 00:12:04,288 --> 00:12:05,725 Do you see that? 335 00:12:05,768 --> 00:12:07,770 Yeah, that could be our guy. Could just be a twitchy UC. 336 00:12:07,814 --> 00:12:10,164 They're hardwired to avoid uniformed cops. 337 00:12:10,207 --> 00:12:12,601 You think you can tell if he's a cop just by talking to him? 338 00:12:12,644 --> 00:12:13,950 Is that a challenge? Yep. 339 00:12:16,474 --> 00:12:17,388 How's it going? 340 00:12:17,432 --> 00:12:18,738 Ah. 341 00:12:19,913 --> 00:12:22,306 Here for the convention? 342 00:12:22,350 --> 00:12:23,917 I'm not really supposed to say. 343 00:12:23,960 --> 00:12:25,614 That's a yes. I'd kill to work undercover. 344 00:12:25,657 --> 00:12:26,789 God, me, too. 345 00:12:26,833 --> 00:12:27,616 You must have the best stories. 346 00:12:27,659 --> 00:12:29,313 Nah. 347 00:12:29,357 --> 00:12:31,054 Oh, come on. Give us one. 348 00:12:31,098 --> 00:12:32,099 I've only been a year on the job. 349 00:12:32,142 --> 00:12:33,622 I've never seen any real action. 350 00:12:33,665 --> 00:12:36,973 Alright, well, this one time, a couple years back, 351 00:12:37,017 --> 00:12:38,714 I get in with this biker gang, 352 00:12:38,758 --> 00:12:41,021 and we're movin' a hell-ton'a smack. 353 00:12:41,064 --> 00:12:42,936 Now, the buyer, he smells a rat, 354 00:12:42,979 --> 00:12:44,981 and suddenly, I've got six sawed-off shotties 355 00:12:45,025 --> 00:12:46,591 right to my grill. Mm. 356 00:12:46,635 --> 00:12:48,376 They wanted me to try the batch, make sure it wasn't bunk. 357 00:12:48,419 --> 00:12:49,638 What'd you do? 358 00:12:49,681 --> 00:12:50,813 Man, I got high as the Hindenburg 359 00:12:50,857 --> 00:12:52,119 and came down just as messy. 360 00:12:52,162 --> 00:12:53,598 Sorry. Wrong answer. 361 00:12:56,384 --> 00:12:58,342 Ah. 362 00:12:58,386 --> 00:12:59,648 Real undercover cops don't behave 363 00:12:59,691 --> 00:13:01,432 like characters in movies. 364 00:13:01,476 --> 00:13:03,260 Taste the drugs, 365 00:13:03,304 --> 00:13:06,307 your case, your career are shot. 366 00:13:06,350 --> 00:13:08,483 Suspect in custody. 367 00:13:08,526 --> 00:13:11,181 -Thanks for the assist. -Ah, no problem. 368 00:13:11,225 --> 00:13:12,704 I was giving a talk at the local elementary school. 369 00:13:12,748 --> 00:13:14,402 Yeah, I gotta admit, 370 00:13:14,445 --> 00:13:16,926 I've actually never seen a cop on a horse before. 371 00:13:16,970 --> 00:13:18,754 Well, not out on the street, anyway. 372 00:13:18,798 --> 00:13:20,712 It's...weird. 373 00:13:20,756 --> 00:13:22,410 You must have been looking in the wrong direction. 374 00:13:22,453 --> 00:13:24,804 Yeah, well, I am not now. 375 00:13:26,283 --> 00:13:29,634 Officer Jackson West, badge number 3-3-3-5-6. 376 00:13:29,678 --> 00:13:31,462 -What's up, Silas? -I don't know him. 377 00:13:31,506 --> 00:13:33,029 Uh, this is Officer Young. 378 00:13:33,073 --> 00:13:36,119 Isaac. Badge number 2-9-1-9-6. 379 00:13:36,163 --> 00:13:37,991 And this here's Ruby, official police horse 380 00:13:38,034 --> 00:13:39,601 of the West Adams Mounted Patrol. 381 00:13:39,644 --> 00:13:40,732 Does she have a badge number? 382 00:13:40,776 --> 00:13:42,517 No, but she lives in stall number 11. 383 00:13:42,560 --> 00:13:43,910 Uh, how's patrol? 384 00:13:43,953 --> 00:13:44,867 Is there anything else we can do? 385 00:13:44,911 --> 00:13:47,914 Actually... 386 00:13:47,957 --> 00:13:50,307 a sprinkler head at Edgewood Park broke off 387 00:13:50,351 --> 00:13:51,743 and is spraying the swings. 388 00:13:51,787 --> 00:13:53,006 Okay. Well, I am on it. 389 00:13:53,049 --> 00:13:54,572 It's, uh -- it's nice to meet you. 390 00:13:54,616 --> 00:13:55,573 Yeah, you, too. 391 00:13:58,925 --> 00:14:00,404 You two are looking at each other funny. 392 00:14:02,102 --> 00:14:04,060 I am his wife! Open the damn door! 393 00:14:04,104 --> 00:14:05,714 He doesn't want to see you! 394 00:14:05,757 --> 00:14:07,542 Mack, I'm done. Can you hear me? 395 00:14:07,585 --> 00:14:09,631 You're never gonna see your sons again! 396 00:14:09,674 --> 00:14:10,850 What's going on? Are you okay? 397 00:14:10,893 --> 00:14:12,329 Mack's in there with some stripper whore. 398 00:14:12,373 --> 00:14:14,549 He's wasted out of his mind. 399 00:14:15,898 --> 00:14:16,812 -What's going on? -Nothing. 400 00:14:16,856 --> 00:14:17,944 We're just hanging out. 401 00:14:17,987 --> 00:14:18,858 Get Mack. I need to see him. 402 00:14:18,901 --> 00:14:20,120 No, he's sleeping -- I think. 403 00:14:20,163 --> 00:14:21,556 I don't know! He won't talk to me. 404 00:14:21,599 --> 00:14:22,862 Open the door. 405 00:14:22,905 --> 00:14:24,341 -No, I can't. -Open -- 406 00:14:24,385 --> 00:14:25,603 Back up! 407 00:14:26,517 --> 00:14:28,215 ♪ Still ain't the crew Mack. 408 00:14:28,258 --> 00:14:30,695 ♪ Buy the same fits, but you still ain't the crew ♪ 409 00:14:30,739 --> 00:14:31,827 He's not breathing. 410 00:14:31,871 --> 00:14:33,263 -What did you do?! -Nothing. 411 00:14:33,307 --> 00:14:34,264 We were just partying. 412 00:14:34,308 --> 00:14:35,309 Control, 7-Adam-19, 413 00:14:35,352 --> 00:14:36,963 send an RA to the Augustin Hotel, 414 00:14:37,006 --> 00:14:39,356 9212 West 6th Street, Room 623. 415 00:14:39,400 --> 00:14:41,706 Adult male, possible OD. 416 00:14:41,750 --> 00:14:44,579 ♪ That ain't you, that ain't you ♪ 417 00:14:44,622 --> 00:14:45,754 Come on, Mack. 418 00:14:45,797 --> 00:14:47,234 ♪ Guns out 419 00:14:47,277 --> 00:14:48,670 Come on. Wake up, Mack! 420 00:14:48,713 --> 00:14:49,976 -Come on. -Tim. Narcan. 421 00:14:57,722 --> 00:14:59,811 ♪ Got a team of boys, yeah 422 00:15:02,031 --> 00:15:03,119 You're all right, man. You're all right. 423 00:15:03,163 --> 00:15:04,729 I'm here, okay? Beth's here. 424 00:15:04,773 --> 00:15:06,122 You're okay, bud. 425 00:15:06,166 --> 00:15:09,343 -Try and sit up. -Beth...baby... 426 00:15:09,386 --> 00:15:10,648 I can't do this anymore. 427 00:15:10,692 --> 00:15:12,476 Wait, wait, wait. 428 00:15:12,520 --> 00:15:13,782 Come back. I love you. 429 00:15:13,825 --> 00:15:15,479 You said I was the one you loved. 430 00:15:15,523 --> 00:15:17,133 ♪ In a Lamborghini 431 00:15:17,177 --> 00:15:19,657 ♪ You could like the same, but you still ain't the crew ♪ 432 00:15:19,701 --> 00:15:22,312 Okay, tell me the truth. 433 00:15:22,356 --> 00:15:23,966 Did working the convention as a patrol officer 434 00:15:24,010 --> 00:15:25,576 feel like a demotion? 435 00:15:25,620 --> 00:15:27,013 At first, yes. 436 00:15:27,056 --> 00:15:30,842 But then, I don't know. I got a contact anxiety high. 437 00:15:30,886 --> 00:15:33,584 I do not miss the constant fear and the lying so much 438 00:15:33,628 --> 00:15:34,977 you don't know what the truth is. 439 00:15:35,021 --> 00:15:35,978 Hey! 440 00:15:36,022 --> 00:15:36,848 I know you. 441 00:15:41,375 --> 00:15:42,811 Victor, right? 442 00:15:42,854 --> 00:15:44,204 Hey. How you doing? 443 00:15:44,247 --> 00:15:45,727 Victor's in my Ethics class. 444 00:15:45,770 --> 00:15:47,120 You're a cop. 445 00:15:47,163 --> 00:15:48,512 I can see why you might think that. 446 00:15:48,556 --> 00:15:50,558 Um, but to be fair, this uniform could also mean 447 00:15:50,601 --> 00:15:51,820 I'm a male stripper. 448 00:15:51,863 --> 00:15:53,126 Whoa. What's all that for? 449 00:15:53,169 --> 00:15:55,432 To show everyone in class we got a narc inside. 450 00:15:55,476 --> 00:15:57,043 Victor. Hey. 451 00:15:57,086 --> 00:15:59,393 It's a little harsh. Victor. 452 00:16:01,134 --> 00:16:03,919 Well...can't wait to hear how class goes. 453 00:16:09,185 --> 00:16:11,579 Hey. 454 00:16:11,622 --> 00:16:13,015 Were you trying to kill yourself? 455 00:16:13,059 --> 00:16:15,061 God, Bradford, no. 456 00:16:15,104 --> 00:16:16,627 Okay, then what the hell were you thinking? 457 00:16:16,671 --> 00:16:18,847 You told me you were taking Oxy because you were injured. 458 00:16:18,890 --> 00:16:20,501 I was. Alright? 459 00:16:20,544 --> 00:16:22,372 I am. 460 00:16:22,416 --> 00:16:23,460 It was a mistake. 461 00:16:23,504 --> 00:16:24,635 A mistake? Yeah. 462 00:16:24,679 --> 00:16:26,942 You downed opioids with whiskey. 463 00:16:26,986 --> 00:16:28,204 Alright, that's not pain management. 464 00:16:28,248 --> 00:16:30,902 That is a problem. I know. 465 00:16:30,946 --> 00:16:32,774 I screwed up, okay? Yeah. 466 00:16:32,817 --> 00:16:34,036 I was just trying to push through the pain 467 00:16:34,080 --> 00:16:36,038 a-a-and keep working. 468 00:16:36,082 --> 00:16:37,909 It got away from me. Y-You know how it is. 469 00:16:37,953 --> 00:16:39,999 I do. 470 00:16:40,042 --> 00:16:41,391 And I know addicts lie so much 471 00:16:41,435 --> 00:16:42,566 they don't know what's true anymore. 472 00:16:42,610 --> 00:16:44,612 -Hey, I am not your ex-wife. -Really? 473 00:16:44,655 --> 00:16:47,397 'Cause from where I'm standing, you look exactly like Isabel. 474 00:16:47,441 --> 00:16:49,225 Look, I'm not gonna make the same mistake I did with her. 475 00:16:49,269 --> 00:16:51,314 You are going into a program. 476 00:16:51,358 --> 00:16:53,621 Tomorrow. 477 00:16:53,664 --> 00:16:56,580 You can't keep doing this to your family, Mack. 478 00:16:56,624 --> 00:16:58,669 I know. I know. 479 00:16:58,713 --> 00:17:00,193 I will. 480 00:17:00,236 --> 00:17:02,195 I promise. 481 00:17:11,378 --> 00:17:12,074 Hello. 482 00:17:12,118 --> 00:17:13,945 Hi. Mm-hmm. 483 00:17:13,989 --> 00:17:16,252 So, you know we're gonna have to talk about it, right? 484 00:17:16,296 --> 00:17:20,300 Look, it was a momentary lapse in judgement, 485 00:17:20,343 --> 00:17:22,302 and Tim has already scolded me for listening in, 486 00:17:22,345 --> 00:17:24,043 but I gotta say, um, 487 00:17:24,086 --> 00:17:28,090 what I heard at your seminar was amazing. 488 00:17:28,134 --> 00:17:30,614 I was a little rusty, but thank you. 489 00:17:30,658 --> 00:17:32,007 Listen, I've been thinking a lot 490 00:17:32,051 --> 00:17:33,835 about what I want to do 491 00:17:33,878 --> 00:17:36,185 once I'm eligible to test, and... 492 00:17:36,229 --> 00:17:39,188 I think I could be really good at undercover work. 493 00:17:39,232 --> 00:17:40,885 I would love to pick your brain sometime -- 494 00:17:40,929 --> 00:17:43,540 not about tactics, just... 495 00:17:43,584 --> 00:17:46,456 what I should focus on to prepare for the job. 496 00:17:46,500 --> 00:17:48,850 I actually -- I...have time 497 00:17:48,893 --> 00:17:50,678 for drinks right now, if you want. 498 00:17:50,721 --> 00:17:52,593 Yeah. Great. 499 00:17:52,636 --> 00:17:53,811 Alright. Uh...no. 500 00:17:53,855 --> 00:17:56,597 I have a homework thing with Tamara. 501 00:17:56,640 --> 00:17:58,990 She won't mind if we do it a little bit later. 502 00:17:59,034 --> 00:17:59,861 Let me just give her a call. 503 00:18:02,472 --> 00:18:04,083 Hey, it's me. 504 00:18:04,126 --> 00:18:06,520 Are we cool if we do the interview 505 00:18:06,563 --> 00:18:07,738 a little bit later tonight? 506 00:18:07,782 --> 00:18:09,000 Is 9:00 too late for you? 507 00:18:09,044 --> 00:18:10,698 Okay. Great. I will see you then. 508 00:18:11,873 --> 00:18:13,179 I am all yours. 509 00:18:14,789 --> 00:18:17,574 Hey. You know you owe me big time, right? 510 00:18:17,618 --> 00:18:19,141 Yeah, but can we keep my tab open? 511 00:18:19,185 --> 00:18:20,360 I could use another assist. 512 00:18:20,403 --> 00:18:22,492 Uh, I was about to go out for drinks 513 00:18:22,536 --> 00:18:24,146 with a colleague of mine, Lucy Chen. 514 00:18:24,190 --> 00:18:25,321 Hey. 515 00:18:25,365 --> 00:18:26,235 I'm in a bind. 516 00:18:26,279 --> 00:18:27,410 Look, the real reason 517 00:18:27,454 --> 00:18:28,672 I couldn't make the convention today 518 00:18:28,716 --> 00:18:29,847 is because I spotted a tail 519 00:18:29,891 --> 00:18:30,892 on my way down from Sacramento. 520 00:18:30,935 --> 00:18:32,850 Who? I think it's the buyer 521 00:18:32,894 --> 00:18:34,156 in this op I've been running. 522 00:18:34,200 --> 00:18:35,244 They're sniffing around a big batch 523 00:18:35,288 --> 00:18:36,593 of liquid Fentanyl I'm selling. 524 00:18:36,637 --> 00:18:37,812 And you think they're onto you? 525 00:18:37,855 --> 00:18:39,988 I think there's a lot of money in play 526 00:18:40,031 --> 00:18:41,076 and they're paranoid as hell. 527 00:18:41,120 --> 00:18:42,860 Are they still surveilling you? 528 00:18:42,904 --> 00:18:44,166 Yeah, I couldn't lose them. 529 00:18:44,210 --> 00:18:46,647 I think they put a tracker on my car. 530 00:18:46,690 --> 00:18:48,214 Look, I'm at The Smoke House in Burbank, 531 00:18:48,257 --> 00:18:49,519 but my whole team's up in San Jose. 532 00:18:49,563 --> 00:18:51,217 What are you driving? 533 00:18:51,260 --> 00:18:53,697 Black Mustang GT. They know me as Coco. 534 00:18:53,741 --> 00:18:54,829 Alright, I'm on my way. 535 00:18:54,872 --> 00:18:56,091 Sorry. 536 00:18:56,135 --> 00:18:57,266 I'm gonna have to call Grey now, 537 00:18:57,310 --> 00:18:58,615 and we're gonna have to take a rain check 538 00:18:58,659 --> 00:19:00,139 on our drinks, but --Totally. 539 00:19:01,836 --> 00:19:02,837 Unless you wanna come with? 540 00:19:08,190 --> 00:19:09,191 Narc. 541 00:19:09,235 --> 00:19:11,019 Hey. There's no call for that. 542 00:19:11,062 --> 00:19:12,542 At least let me explain first? 543 00:19:12,586 --> 00:19:14,153 -Explain what? -That he's a cop. 544 00:19:14,196 --> 00:19:15,023 Yeah, I know. 545 00:19:15,066 --> 00:19:16,024 What do you mean, you know? 546 00:19:16,067 --> 00:19:18,635 Well, I saw it on his application 547 00:19:18,679 --> 00:19:20,028 when he signed up for my class. 548 00:19:20,071 --> 00:19:21,334 And you didn't tell us? 549 00:19:21,377 --> 00:19:23,553 Oh, it wasn't my decision to make. 550 00:19:23,597 --> 00:19:24,902 How can you say that? 551 00:19:24,946 --> 00:19:26,165 Cops have been spying on people like us 552 00:19:26,208 --> 00:19:27,601 for 200 years. 553 00:19:27,644 --> 00:19:29,907 He could be taking this class to get close to us, 554 00:19:29,951 --> 00:19:31,648 to get into LULAC or Black Lives Matter. 555 00:19:31,692 --> 00:19:33,172 Oh, I'm not undercover. 556 00:19:33,215 --> 00:19:34,390 I'm -- I'm actually just a rookie. 557 00:19:34,434 --> 00:19:35,565 Dude, stop lying. 558 00:19:35,609 --> 00:19:38,568 I'm not. Um... 559 00:19:38,612 --> 00:19:41,615 Two years ago, I was working construction back east. 560 00:19:41,658 --> 00:19:43,530 I moved out here to join the police 561 00:19:43,573 --> 00:19:45,009 and make a difference. 562 00:19:45,053 --> 00:19:47,969 I'm actually taking this class to finally get my degree. 563 00:19:48,012 --> 00:19:51,320 It's true. I read his transcript. 564 00:19:51,364 --> 00:19:53,453 Plus, do you really think the LAPD's gonna send 565 00:19:53,496 --> 00:19:56,064 a 40-something-year-old white guy to infiltrate BLM? 566 00:19:56,107 --> 00:19:57,848 -Come on, now. -Probably not. 567 00:19:57,892 --> 00:19:59,720 He still should have told us he's a cop. 568 00:19:59,763 --> 00:20:01,287 Hmm. 569 00:20:01,330 --> 00:20:03,854 Who here thinks that John is ethically obligated 570 00:20:03,898 --> 00:20:05,769 to identify himself? 571 00:20:05,813 --> 00:20:07,031 I do. 572 00:20:07,075 --> 00:20:08,642 Why? 573 00:20:08,685 --> 00:20:10,948 This is supposed to be a safe space. 574 00:20:10,992 --> 00:20:12,123 What if one of us admitted to a crime 575 00:20:12,167 --> 00:20:13,603 in the middle of a discussion? 576 00:20:13,647 --> 00:20:15,257 Well, then, you'd be stupid. 577 00:20:15,301 --> 00:20:17,216 There are no truly safe spaces -- 578 00:20:17,259 --> 00:20:19,348 I mean, certainly not in a college classroom. 579 00:20:19,392 --> 00:20:20,436 But believe it or not, 580 00:20:20,480 --> 00:20:22,830 I, uh, was wrestling with 581 00:20:22,873 --> 00:20:25,441 whether or not to tell you last night, and... 582 00:20:25,485 --> 00:20:28,139 honestly, I still don't know what the right decision is. 583 00:20:28,183 --> 00:20:30,925 Okay, well, let's explore that further. 584 00:20:30,968 --> 00:20:34,189 I want everyone in here to write a five-page essay. 585 00:20:34,233 --> 00:20:36,583 Tell me why or why not you think that John had 586 00:20:36,626 --> 00:20:38,367 an ethical obligation to tell us he's a cop. 587 00:20:48,116 --> 00:20:49,509 There's June's car. 588 00:21:07,178 --> 00:21:07,962 Tracker. 589 00:21:08,005 --> 00:21:09,529 What's the plan? 590 00:21:09,572 --> 00:21:11,574 You go in, find June. 591 00:21:11,618 --> 00:21:13,489 Remember, her undercover name is Coco. 592 00:21:13,533 --> 00:21:15,099 She's a friend in town. 593 00:21:15,143 --> 00:21:16,840 Buy her a drink, chat her up. 594 00:21:16,884 --> 00:21:19,321 I will hang back and try and spot who her tails are. 595 00:21:19,365 --> 00:21:21,889 Okay. You up for this? 596 00:21:21,932 --> 00:21:23,673 Hell yeah. 597 00:21:25,458 --> 00:21:27,198 Coco? 598 00:21:27,242 --> 00:21:30,854 Hey. Hey. 599 00:21:30,898 --> 00:21:33,074 Harper found a tracker outside. We think they're here. 600 00:21:33,117 --> 00:21:34,380 Yeah, I know. One's at your 4:00. 601 00:21:34,423 --> 00:21:36,077 Haven't spotted his backup yet. 602 00:21:40,124 --> 00:21:41,735 Hey, honey. Can I get you something? 603 00:21:41,778 --> 00:21:43,954 Yeah, sure. Uh, I will have what she's having. 604 00:21:43,998 --> 00:21:45,521 -Do you want another one? -Sure. 605 00:21:45,565 --> 00:21:49,133 Make it three. 606 00:21:49,177 --> 00:21:50,744 Coco. 607 00:21:50,787 --> 00:21:53,312 Hey, what a coincidence, seeing you all the way down here. 608 00:21:53,355 --> 00:21:55,357 Like hell. You followed me. 609 00:21:55,401 --> 00:21:57,228 We got a lot of money on the line with this deal, 610 00:21:57,272 --> 00:22:00,101 so we need to be very careful. 611 00:22:00,144 --> 00:22:02,930 A lot of people in this business, you know... 612 00:22:02,973 --> 00:22:04,758 they don't have integrity. 613 00:22:04,801 --> 00:22:06,455 Yeah, 'cause you're just filled with integrity, 614 00:22:06,499 --> 00:22:09,110 aren't you, Sato? 615 00:22:09,153 --> 00:22:12,592 Oh, you say my name in front of someone that I don't know? 616 00:22:12,635 --> 00:22:14,115 What is wrong with you? 617 00:22:14,158 --> 00:22:15,682 No, what's wrong with you? 618 00:22:15,725 --> 00:22:17,466 No one asked you to sit. 619 00:22:19,512 --> 00:22:20,991 Who is this bitch? 620 00:22:22,950 --> 00:22:24,604 Oh, you just killed yourself. 621 00:22:24,647 --> 00:22:28,434 I'm looking at an empty chair right there. 622 00:22:28,477 --> 00:22:31,437 Then who's gonna conduct the hydrogenation process? 623 00:22:31,480 --> 00:22:33,134 Who's gonna perform the molecular synthesis 624 00:22:33,177 --> 00:22:34,440 to get the acid tables balanced? 625 00:22:34,483 --> 00:22:35,658 You get that wrong, you're gonna have 626 00:22:35,702 --> 00:22:36,529 buyers with brain bleed. 627 00:22:36,572 --> 00:22:38,879 You're the chemist. 628 00:22:38,922 --> 00:22:40,881 She's the chemist. 629 00:22:40,924 --> 00:22:42,099 Yeah, she is. 630 00:22:42,143 --> 00:22:44,058 Now back off. 631 00:22:44,101 --> 00:22:46,147 And tell your boss the price just went up 5% 632 00:22:46,190 --> 00:22:47,191 for the lack of trust. 633 00:22:47,235 --> 00:22:49,411 Oh, I don't think so. 634 00:22:49,455 --> 00:22:51,239 Let's take a walk, 635 00:22:51,282 --> 00:22:53,763 talk about this somewhere a little more private. 636 00:22:54,851 --> 00:22:55,852 Hmm? 637 00:22:59,900 --> 00:23:02,598 We're gonna go for a little ride. 638 00:23:02,642 --> 00:23:04,426 Think about why, uh, I got such a bad feeling about you. 639 00:23:06,297 --> 00:23:07,864 These guys are cops. 640 00:23:07,908 --> 00:23:09,431 They put a tracker on your car. 641 00:23:09,475 --> 00:23:11,477 Got a bad feeling about me, huh? 642 00:23:11,520 --> 00:23:13,522 Hey, we're not cops. 643 00:23:13,566 --> 00:23:15,655 You want me to do 'em here or take 'em to the farm? 644 00:23:15,698 --> 00:23:17,613 Hey, you gotta believe me. 645 00:23:17,657 --> 00:23:19,441 Coco, you know me. 646 00:23:19,485 --> 00:23:20,442 Then what's with the tracker? 647 00:23:20,486 --> 00:23:22,749 Salonga wanted you surveilled, 648 00:23:22,792 --> 00:23:24,228 in case you guys tried to rip us off. 649 00:23:24,272 --> 00:23:25,882 I swear. 650 00:23:25,926 --> 00:23:28,624 Look, we want this deal to happen. 651 00:23:28,668 --> 00:23:30,060 We need this deal to happen, okay? 652 00:23:30,104 --> 00:23:31,584 We just wanted to make sure. 653 00:23:31,627 --> 00:23:32,933 Well, now you are. 654 00:23:32,976 --> 00:23:35,370 But the price just went up 10%. 655 00:23:35,414 --> 00:23:37,503 Consider it a tax for pissing me off. 656 00:23:37,546 --> 00:23:38,982 Salonga ain't gonna go for that. 657 00:23:39,026 --> 00:23:40,680 Hmm, then this is goodbye. I got plenty of other buyers. 658 00:23:40,723 --> 00:23:41,594 Yeah, okay, okay! 659 00:23:44,510 --> 00:23:45,989 I'll make it happen. 660 00:23:46,033 --> 00:23:47,556 But she comes, too. 661 00:23:47,600 --> 00:23:49,340 At that price, I want her to test the product 662 00:23:49,384 --> 00:23:51,995 in front of us to make sure that it's pure. 663 00:23:52,039 --> 00:23:53,823 Forget it. No. She doesn't go out on buys. 664 00:23:53,867 --> 00:23:56,173 What? N-No. I'll go. 665 00:23:56,217 --> 00:23:58,785 I've already spent my share of the money in my head. 666 00:23:58,828 --> 00:24:01,309 I'll call you on this phone with the new location. 667 00:24:01,352 --> 00:24:03,180 And you better pick up on the first ring. 668 00:24:03,224 --> 00:24:04,094 Now piss off. 669 00:24:05,922 --> 00:24:07,968 Come on. 670 00:24:16,890 --> 00:24:19,109 I can't believe we just did that. 671 00:24:19,153 --> 00:24:20,720 "You want me to do them here or take 'em to the farm?" 672 00:24:20,763 --> 00:24:22,809 You are so badass! 673 00:24:22,852 --> 00:24:25,028 Wait, how much do you know about opioid chemistry? 674 00:24:25,072 --> 00:24:26,726 I mean, just what they taught me at the Academy. 675 00:24:26,769 --> 00:24:29,206 But I got straight A's in high school chemistry, so... 676 00:24:29,250 --> 00:24:31,470 Then you're gonna have some homework to do. 677 00:24:34,124 --> 00:24:35,256 What time is it? 678 00:24:37,519 --> 00:24:40,914 Hey. Look, I am so sorry. 679 00:24:40,957 --> 00:24:43,307 -It's cool. -No, it's not. 680 00:24:43,351 --> 00:24:45,396 Drinks turned into this undercover thing, 681 00:24:45,440 --> 00:24:48,922 which was super cool -- but not the point. 682 00:24:48,965 --> 00:24:52,534 Look, there's no excuse for me leaving you hanging. 683 00:24:52,578 --> 00:24:54,493 Can you do the interview now? Or tonight? 684 00:24:54,536 --> 00:24:55,319 When is your paper due? 685 00:24:55,363 --> 00:24:56,451 It's fine. 686 00:24:56,495 --> 00:24:57,757 The drunk lady across the hall 687 00:24:57,800 --> 00:25:00,020 used to be a luchadora. 688 00:25:00,063 --> 00:25:00,890 I'll just ask her. 689 00:25:00,934 --> 00:25:01,978 What? 690 00:25:02,022 --> 00:25:03,806 Mexican wrestler. No. No. 691 00:25:03,850 --> 00:25:06,417 Look, give me another chance. 692 00:25:06,461 --> 00:25:07,680 Okay? Tonight. 693 00:25:07,723 --> 00:25:09,551 I promise I'll be there. 694 00:25:09,595 --> 00:25:11,945 Okay. Sure. 695 00:25:11,988 --> 00:25:13,294 Now I gotta get to school. 696 00:25:13,337 --> 00:25:14,556 Okay. 697 00:25:18,995 --> 00:25:20,519 You get my report on Mack Daniels? 698 00:25:20,562 --> 00:25:24,305 Yeah, I did. 699 00:25:24,348 --> 00:25:27,003 Are you sure this is the way you want things to go? 700 00:25:27,047 --> 00:25:28,962 He'll get fired, might do jail time. 701 00:25:29,005 --> 00:25:30,616 Mack didn't get hurt a month ago. 702 00:25:30,659 --> 00:25:32,008 He got hurt six months ago. 703 00:25:32,052 --> 00:25:33,575 He's deep into an addiction, 704 00:25:33,619 --> 00:25:35,751 and he's walking around with a loaded gun. 705 00:25:35,795 --> 00:25:37,013 And, sir, i-it's not just that. 706 00:25:37,057 --> 00:25:39,015 I-I went back to his hotel room. 707 00:25:39,059 --> 00:25:40,103 There were prescription bottles 708 00:25:40,147 --> 00:25:41,583 with other people's names on 'em. 709 00:25:41,627 --> 00:25:43,324 And he could be doing anything to get those pills. 710 00:25:43,367 --> 00:25:45,239 Cops have to be held to a higher standard. 711 00:25:45,282 --> 00:25:46,849 Anything less, all hell breaks loose. 712 00:25:46,893 --> 00:25:49,243 I agree. 713 00:25:49,286 --> 00:25:52,246 I just wanted to make sure you saw the repercussions. 714 00:25:52,289 --> 00:25:53,900 He's going to lose his pension. 715 00:25:53,943 --> 00:25:56,467 Yeah. I-I struggled with that. 716 00:25:59,166 --> 00:26:01,342 But it's what I should have done with Isabel. 717 00:26:01,385 --> 00:26:03,562 Alright. 718 00:26:03,605 --> 00:26:04,824 So, one more thing. 719 00:26:04,867 --> 00:26:06,826 Chen's going on a special assignment today. 720 00:26:06,869 --> 00:26:09,872 She'll be joining Harper on an undercover operation. 721 00:26:09,916 --> 00:26:12,962 This is Sergeant June Zhang of Fresno PD. 722 00:26:13,006 --> 00:26:14,964 We are gonna help out on her op today. 723 00:26:15,008 --> 00:26:16,792 Appreciate the assistance, guys. 724 00:26:16,836 --> 00:26:18,489 I'm June, the UC. 725 00:26:18,533 --> 00:26:20,143 My case officer, Lieutenant Balasco, 726 00:26:20,187 --> 00:26:22,972 who is not nearly as mean and awful as he looks. 727 00:26:23,016 --> 00:26:24,452 For the last eight months, 728 00:26:24,495 --> 00:26:26,976 I have been up on a crew out of San Jose who made bank 729 00:26:27,020 --> 00:26:29,326 selling precursors of liquid Fentanyl. 730 00:26:29,370 --> 00:26:31,677 But they got greedy, tried to go from selling the parts 731 00:26:31,720 --> 00:26:34,070 to making and selling the finished product. 732 00:26:34,114 --> 00:26:36,072 But their lab blew up, killing their chemist 733 00:26:36,116 --> 00:26:37,639 and destroying their entire supply, 734 00:26:37,683 --> 00:26:40,686 leaving them with no product and a lot of pissed-off buyers. 735 00:26:40,729 --> 00:26:43,340 Which is when I swooped in, promising enough product 736 00:26:43,384 --> 00:26:45,473 to satisfy all their customers and then some. 737 00:26:45,516 --> 00:26:48,302 But last night, all our hard work almost fell apart, 738 00:26:48,345 --> 00:26:52,175 until the quick thinking of Officer Chen saved my ass. 739 00:26:52,219 --> 00:26:53,829 Chen, stand up so they can see what you're wearing. 740 00:26:53,873 --> 00:26:56,527 -Yeah. -The op today is simple. 741 00:26:56,571 --> 00:26:59,139 Trade drugs for cash, then arrest everybody 742 00:26:59,182 --> 00:27:02,098 and try to get them to flip on Aldo Salonga, their boss. 743 00:27:02,142 --> 00:27:03,796 Alright. You have your assignment. 744 00:27:03,839 --> 00:27:06,102 Everyone in position by 10:00 a.m. 745 00:27:08,409 --> 00:27:09,671 What the hell are you doing? 746 00:27:09,715 --> 00:27:11,455 You can't pit an untrained probationary officer 747 00:27:11,499 --> 00:27:12,500 against one of the most dangerous 748 00:27:12,543 --> 00:27:13,936 crime syndicates in California. 749 00:27:13,980 --> 00:27:15,721 I don't want to hear it, Tim. She volunteered. 750 00:27:15,764 --> 00:27:17,331 Plus, Grey authorized it, 751 00:27:17,374 --> 00:27:20,160 and we have some of the best operational expertise 752 00:27:20,203 --> 00:27:21,465 she could ask for. 753 00:27:21,509 --> 00:27:23,946 They know the gladiator cage you're walking into. 754 00:27:23,990 --> 00:27:25,948 You don't. That's not volunteering. 755 00:27:25,992 --> 00:27:27,080 That's being used. 756 00:27:29,386 --> 00:27:32,476 Hey, don't let Bradford kill your confidence, okay? 757 00:27:32,520 --> 00:27:36,219 His...hang-ups about UC work are his to deal with, not yours. 758 00:27:36,263 --> 00:27:38,657 I kinda hoped that he would be proud of me. 759 00:27:38,700 --> 00:27:41,398 Wow. That sounds stupid when I say it out loud. 760 00:27:41,442 --> 00:27:43,966 No, it doesn't. He's your training officer. 761 00:27:44,010 --> 00:27:45,272 He's gotten you this far. 762 00:27:45,315 --> 00:27:47,274 There's nothing wrong with wanting his approval. 763 00:27:47,317 --> 00:27:49,580 And for what it's worth, you've got mine. 764 00:27:49,624 --> 00:27:52,105 You handled yourself like a pro last night. 765 00:27:52,148 --> 00:27:53,367 Those instincts can't be taught. 766 00:27:53,410 --> 00:27:55,108 Thanks. 767 00:27:55,151 --> 00:27:56,849 Hey! I need your help! 768 00:27:56,892 --> 00:27:58,502 Somebody hurt Silas! Come on! 769 00:28:03,072 --> 00:28:04,639 I came by this morning, found him like this. 770 00:28:04,683 --> 00:28:06,989 He won't say what happened. 771 00:28:07,033 --> 00:28:09,731 Silas. Look, Officer West is here. 772 00:28:09,775 --> 00:28:13,387 Hey, Silas. Looks like it hurts. 773 00:28:13,430 --> 00:28:16,782 Did you, uh, crash your bike? 774 00:28:16,825 --> 00:28:19,698 Someone hurt you? 775 00:28:19,741 --> 00:28:21,395 -Where is your bike? -It's okay. 776 00:28:21,438 --> 00:28:23,005 You can talk to us. 777 00:28:23,049 --> 00:28:25,573 If anything happened, let us help. 778 00:28:25,616 --> 00:28:27,009 I called his mother. 779 00:28:27,053 --> 00:28:28,576 She's -- She's on her way back from work now. 780 00:28:28,619 --> 00:28:30,752 Okay, well, in the meantime, Silas, 781 00:28:30,796 --> 00:28:32,232 come back to the Center, 782 00:28:32,275 --> 00:28:33,799 and we'll get those wounds cleaned up, alright? 783 00:28:34,974 --> 00:28:36,758 I'm never going back there. 784 00:28:36,802 --> 00:28:39,979 What? Why? 785 00:28:40,022 --> 00:28:43,417 Look, uh, I'm sorry to hear that. 786 00:28:43,460 --> 00:28:45,027 Do you mind if I borrow your notebook? 787 00:28:45,071 --> 00:28:48,857 Finish up your patrol for you? 788 00:28:48,901 --> 00:28:50,206 Look, I'll, uh, bring it back. 789 00:28:50,250 --> 00:28:51,555 Promise. 790 00:28:54,863 --> 00:28:57,083 Hey, can you, uh -- can you stay with him? 791 00:28:57,126 --> 00:28:58,911 Yeah. 792 00:28:58,954 --> 00:29:02,653 Hey. Yeah, it's, uh, Jackson West. 793 00:29:02,697 --> 00:29:03,785 Are you still working in the area? 794 00:29:17,973 --> 00:29:20,236 Control, 7-Adam-07, show us Code 6. 795 00:29:21,847 --> 00:29:24,153 Silas' last entry was a broken street light at this address. 796 00:29:24,197 --> 00:29:25,851 -Something happened. -Check it out. 797 00:29:35,512 --> 00:29:36,905 The bike. 798 00:29:41,910 --> 00:29:44,086 Police! 799 00:29:46,349 --> 00:29:48,221 -What? -Sir, we need to talk to you 800 00:29:48,264 --> 00:29:49,352 about this bike over here and what happened 801 00:29:49,396 --> 00:29:50,789 to the young man who was riding it. 802 00:29:50,832 --> 00:29:52,225 ...Madness," 803 00:29:52,268 --> 00:29:53,182 the show where everyone's a winner. 804 00:29:53,226 --> 00:29:54,140 Sir, open the door right now. 805 00:29:55,184 --> 00:29:56,490 He's running! 806 00:29:58,144 --> 00:29:59,536 ...and win the gold. 807 00:29:59,580 --> 00:30:01,234 Now here he is. 808 00:30:01,277 --> 00:30:03,497 Nothing. with the gift of gab, 809 00:30:03,540 --> 00:30:05,281 your "Money Madness" host, Sam Lovejoy. 810 00:30:05,325 --> 00:30:07,457 Show yourself now! 811 00:30:07,501 --> 00:30:08,632 Thank you, Bobby, and hello, everybody. 812 00:30:08,676 --> 00:30:10,199 This is "Money Madness." 813 00:30:10,243 --> 00:30:12,332 I'm Sam Lovejoy, and I just can't wait 814 00:30:12,375 --> 00:30:14,116 to give away all this cash. 815 00:30:14,160 --> 00:30:15,378 Just look at my suit pocket. 816 00:30:15,422 --> 00:30:17,293 It's bursting at the seams with cash. 817 00:30:17,337 --> 00:30:19,992 Now, Bobby, who's tonight's first soon-to-be winner? 818 00:30:20,035 --> 00:30:22,168 Sam, this is Miss Donna McGee 819 00:30:22,211 --> 00:30:24,300 -from Akron, Ohio. Hello. 820 00:30:24,344 --> 00:30:26,041 Now, Bobby, who do we have playing on the phone? 821 00:30:26,085 --> 00:30:27,216 Just darling Donna. 822 00:30:28,522 --> 00:30:29,479 Get out of my house! 823 00:30:31,090 --> 00:30:33,744 This is my house! Get out of it, I said! 824 00:30:33,788 --> 00:30:35,268 Hey, hey! Come on. Come on. 825 00:30:35,311 --> 00:30:36,878 Come on! 826 00:30:36,922 --> 00:30:38,837 [ Handcuffs click ] Ow! 827 00:30:38,880 --> 00:30:41,100 He was spying on me! 828 00:30:41,143 --> 00:30:43,885 I saw him, outside, writing things about me, 829 00:30:43,929 --> 00:30:45,234 saying I'm crazy. I'm not crazy! 830 00:30:45,278 --> 00:30:46,409 He's just a kid. 831 00:30:46,453 --> 00:30:47,323 He was staring at a broken street light. 832 00:30:47,367 --> 00:30:48,411 You didn't have to hurt him. 833 00:30:48,455 --> 00:30:49,848 Liar. Liar! 834 00:30:49,891 --> 00:30:51,458 I taught him. I taught him. 835 00:30:51,501 --> 00:30:52,241 I taught him! 836 00:31:04,036 --> 00:31:05,124 I know you're worried about Lucy. 837 00:31:05,167 --> 00:31:06,690 Who said I was worried? 838 00:31:06,734 --> 00:31:09,128 I'm just saying, she can handle herself. 839 00:31:09,171 --> 00:31:11,913 I know she can. I trained her. 840 00:31:11,957 --> 00:31:14,089 Eagle One in place. 841 00:31:14,133 --> 00:31:17,353 Alright, uh, let's go over this one more time. 842 00:31:17,397 --> 00:31:19,442 Salonga's crew arrives, 843 00:31:19,486 --> 00:31:21,923 you test the Fentanyl, give them a show, 844 00:31:21,967 --> 00:31:23,272 we get the money, they get this van, 845 00:31:23,316 --> 00:31:25,622 and then, boom, strike team takes them down. 846 00:31:25,666 --> 00:31:26,928 Walk in the park. 847 00:31:26,972 --> 00:31:28,799 And if not... 848 00:31:30,410 --> 00:31:32,412 ...we make some noise until the cavalry arrives. 849 00:31:34,240 --> 00:31:36,068 You want to go over the signals again? 850 00:31:36,111 --> 00:31:38,374 Yeah. "Workhorse" means we're in trouble. 851 00:31:38,418 --> 00:31:40,376 And "Beautiful day," we're all good. 852 00:31:40,420 --> 00:31:43,292 Lucy. Mm-hmm? 853 00:31:43,336 --> 00:31:45,555 -Are you all good? -Yeah. Yes. 854 00:31:45,599 --> 00:31:48,080 You know, if you're not nervous, you're not human. 855 00:31:48,123 --> 00:31:51,866 Okay? So, use this to your advantage. 856 00:31:51,910 --> 00:31:55,043 Be scared. Be wild. Be unpredictable. 857 00:31:55,087 --> 00:31:56,653 Be a cobra. 858 00:32:02,311 --> 00:32:03,922 Can I ask you a question? 859 00:32:03,965 --> 00:32:05,445 No. What's your formula 860 00:32:05,488 --> 00:32:07,142 for when you tell people you're a police officer 861 00:32:07,186 --> 00:32:08,404 in off-duty life? 862 00:32:08,448 --> 00:32:10,711 I try not to put myself in social situations 863 00:32:10,754 --> 00:32:12,365 where I need to. Right. 864 00:32:12,408 --> 00:32:14,933 It's just that I got outed as a cop in my Criminal Law class, 865 00:32:14,976 --> 00:32:16,108 and there's some pretty strong feelings 866 00:32:16,151 --> 00:32:18,719 that I should've been upfront about it. 867 00:32:18,762 --> 00:32:20,373 You did the right thing keeping it a secret. 868 00:32:20,416 --> 00:32:21,635 Now you gotta sit in the back row, 869 00:32:21,678 --> 00:32:23,028 always have your eyes on the door. 870 00:32:23,071 --> 00:32:25,073 Why? 871 00:32:25,117 --> 00:32:26,553 Because they know you're a cop now, 872 00:32:26,596 --> 00:32:27,989 which means they know you carry an off-duty weapon. 873 00:32:28,033 --> 00:32:29,512 Somebody may try to take it from you, 874 00:32:29,556 --> 00:32:31,210 or maybe just attack you because they hate cops. 875 00:32:31,253 --> 00:32:34,256 All due respect, I can't live my life like that -- 876 00:32:34,300 --> 00:32:35,779 with being suspicious of people, 877 00:32:35,823 --> 00:32:37,738 seeing the world as dangerous. 878 00:32:37,781 --> 00:32:40,088 The world is dangerous. 879 00:32:40,132 --> 00:32:41,698 Being vigilant is the price of admission. 880 00:32:46,225 --> 00:32:47,487 It's go time. 881 00:32:53,406 --> 00:32:55,364 -Let's do this! -Where's the money? 882 00:32:55,408 --> 00:32:56,844 First things first. 883 00:32:56,887 --> 00:32:58,411 I wanna test the shipment. 884 00:33:37,232 --> 00:33:39,626 Hard positives on every scale. 885 00:33:39,669 --> 00:33:40,801 When's the last time you saw that? 886 00:33:40,844 --> 00:33:42,281 Never. 887 00:33:42,324 --> 00:33:43,717 There's nothing available this pure. 888 00:33:43,760 --> 00:33:45,849 Now let's see the cash. 889 00:33:46,894 --> 00:33:48,765 We're in business. 890 00:33:51,116 --> 00:33:52,639 Who the hell is that? 891 00:33:52,682 --> 00:33:54,162 We've got another guest at the party. 892 00:33:54,206 --> 00:33:55,468 Standby for rescue. 893 00:33:55,511 --> 00:33:57,035 If this is a set-up, you're the first to go. 894 00:33:57,078 --> 00:33:59,559 Relax. 895 00:33:59,602 --> 00:34:00,864 It's just my boss. 896 00:34:02,779 --> 00:34:05,913 And he wants to talk...to you. 897 00:34:05,956 --> 00:34:07,784 Me? 898 00:34:09,786 --> 00:34:10,874 Good morning. 899 00:34:12,615 --> 00:34:14,182 My apologies for last night. 900 00:34:14,226 --> 00:34:16,663 Sato overstepped. 901 00:34:16,706 --> 00:34:17,794 It won't happen again. 902 00:34:20,362 --> 00:34:21,755 Come in and talk to me. 903 00:34:21,798 --> 00:34:24,105 Why? 904 00:34:24,149 --> 00:34:27,152 A monkey can be taught to test for drugs... 905 00:34:27,195 --> 00:34:30,155 or a cop. 906 00:34:30,198 --> 00:34:33,462 I need to see that you really know the science. 907 00:34:33,506 --> 00:34:35,638 Why aren't we going in there and arresting everybody? 908 00:34:35,682 --> 00:34:36,900 We need to see the money first. 909 00:34:41,818 --> 00:34:44,430 What the hell. It's a beautiful day. 910 00:34:44,473 --> 00:34:46,127 Nothing's gonna go wrong. 911 00:34:53,178 --> 00:34:54,918 Don't concern yourself with him. 912 00:34:54,962 --> 00:34:57,051 It's a little hard not to. 913 00:34:59,053 --> 00:35:00,141 Okay, stop trying to scare me 914 00:35:00,185 --> 00:35:01,447 and just tell me what we're doing here. 915 00:35:01,490 --> 00:35:04,319 Simple. 916 00:35:04,363 --> 00:35:07,627 I know a little chemistry. 917 00:35:07,670 --> 00:35:11,848 The hydromorphone hydrochloride you're selling -- 918 00:35:11,892 --> 00:35:13,111 remind me of the formula. 919 00:35:35,045 --> 00:35:37,222 You speak Tagalog. 920 00:35:37,265 --> 00:35:40,094 My best friend in elementary school grew up in Quezon City. 921 00:35:40,138 --> 00:35:43,271 I...basically lived at her house. 922 00:35:43,315 --> 00:35:45,143 I picked up a little bit. 923 00:35:48,102 --> 00:35:49,234 Problem? 924 00:35:49,277 --> 00:35:51,932 Nope. 925 00:35:51,975 --> 00:35:55,065 I just have a flair for the dramatic. 926 00:35:55,109 --> 00:35:57,807 Okay. Are we done? 927 00:35:57,851 --> 00:36:00,549 I like you. 928 00:36:00,593 --> 00:36:02,334 So I have an offer. 929 00:36:02,377 --> 00:36:04,858 I kill Coco and the other one. 930 00:36:04,901 --> 00:36:07,774 You keep half the money. 931 00:36:07,817 --> 00:36:08,818 Come work for me. 932 00:36:13,867 --> 00:36:16,130 Betrayal's not really my style, 933 00:36:16,174 --> 00:36:18,045 but I'm flattered by the offer. 934 00:36:18,088 --> 00:36:19,742 Can we finish the deal now? 935 00:36:50,860 --> 00:36:53,254 Now, that's sexy. 936 00:36:59,695 --> 00:37:01,001 Weapons down! 937 00:37:01,044 --> 00:37:02,263 Weapons down on the ground right now! 938 00:37:02,307 --> 00:37:03,786 Drop the gun! Hands above your head! 939 00:37:03,830 --> 00:37:05,353 Interlace your fingers! 940 00:37:05,397 --> 00:37:06,789 Put your hands behind your head! Interlace your fingers now! 941 00:37:06,833 --> 00:37:08,356 Hands behind your head. 942 00:37:08,400 --> 00:37:09,792 Hands up, weapons down. 943 00:37:09,836 --> 00:37:11,838 Do not move. You okay? 944 00:37:11,881 --> 00:37:13,883 -Give me your hands. -Sato! 945 00:37:13,927 --> 00:37:15,450 You set us up, you snitch! 946 00:37:15,494 --> 00:37:17,017 You're dead! You hear me?! 947 00:37:17,060 --> 00:37:18,453 -Eyes on him. -You're dead! 948 00:37:18,497 --> 00:37:21,891 -You watch your back! -This brings back some memories. 949 00:37:21,935 --> 00:37:25,417 -First day together. -Oh, right. 950 00:37:25,460 --> 00:37:26,766 Watch your head. 951 00:37:35,340 --> 00:37:37,385 You did good. 952 00:37:50,485 --> 00:37:52,835 Beth. Hey. 953 00:37:52,879 --> 00:37:54,097 You okay? 954 00:37:54,141 --> 00:37:57,884 Tim Bradford, my hero and savior. 955 00:37:57,927 --> 00:37:59,015 I didn't have a choice. 956 00:37:59,059 --> 00:38:00,495 The hell you didn't. 957 00:38:00,539 --> 00:38:02,105 When your coked out ex-wife was working undercover, 958 00:38:02,149 --> 00:38:03,672 you had all kinds of options. 959 00:38:03,716 --> 00:38:07,285 Now, all of a sudden, your hands are tied? 960 00:38:07,328 --> 00:38:10,026 Hypocritical bastard. 961 00:38:10,070 --> 00:38:12,507 I-I can't excuse the past, okay? 962 00:38:12,551 --> 00:38:13,769 But this is now, 963 00:38:13,813 --> 00:38:15,380 and Mack crossed too many lines. 964 00:38:15,423 --> 00:38:18,296 I have three young kids and a husband 965 00:38:18,339 --> 00:38:20,472 who is looking at years in state prison 966 00:38:20,515 --> 00:38:22,300 and no more pension. 967 00:38:22,343 --> 00:38:25,607 How am I supposed to feed my kids? 968 00:38:25,651 --> 00:38:28,436 I'm sorry this happened. 969 00:38:28,480 --> 00:38:30,569 But I didn't do it to you. 970 00:38:30,612 --> 00:38:31,613 Mack did. 971 00:38:31,657 --> 00:38:35,051 You...are a cop. 972 00:38:35,095 --> 00:38:37,184 You're supposed to look out for your own. 973 00:38:40,840 --> 00:38:44,104 ♪ I wasn't the favorite 974 00:38:44,147 --> 00:38:46,846 ♪ I wasn't the first one off the gun ♪ 975 00:38:46,889 --> 00:38:50,719 [ Grunts ]♪ Might have seemed I was chasing ♪ 976 00:38:50,763 --> 00:38:51,981 Hey. 977 00:38:52,025 --> 00:38:53,983 You gotta be kidding me. 978 00:38:54,027 --> 00:38:56,464 What's so funny? 979 00:38:56,508 --> 00:38:59,032 ♪ No, never count me out 980 00:38:59,075 --> 00:39:00,555 ♪ No, it ain't how you start 981 00:39:00,599 --> 00:39:02,644 Wow. 982 00:39:02,688 --> 00:39:04,298 So, what do we do now? 983 00:39:04,342 --> 00:39:06,082 Let the kid choose. 984 00:39:06,126 --> 00:39:07,214 You know he's gonna choose mine, right? 985 00:39:07,257 --> 00:39:08,824 You wanna put money on that? 986 00:39:08,868 --> 00:39:09,999 How about dinner? 987 00:39:10,043 --> 00:39:13,133 I don't know, I heard you had a boyfriend. 988 00:39:13,176 --> 00:39:14,439 Hmm. The actor? 989 00:39:14,482 --> 00:39:16,049 Doing a little background on me, huh? 990 00:39:17,964 --> 00:39:20,358 Well, that boyfriend is no more. 991 00:39:20,401 --> 00:39:22,447 Long story. 992 00:39:22,490 --> 00:39:24,405 I look forward to hearing about it over dinner. 993 00:39:24,449 --> 00:39:28,801 ♪ How you finish, finish, finish ♪ 994 00:39:28,844 --> 00:39:30,933 ♪ Ain't saying it's easy 995 00:39:30,977 --> 00:39:33,588 You know we don't have class tonight, right? 996 00:39:33,632 --> 00:39:36,069 Right. I-I just -- I needed some help. 997 00:39:36,112 --> 00:39:37,984 I'm not gonna write your paper for you. 998 00:39:38,027 --> 00:39:41,683 No. No. I-I was hoping maybe you could tell me what to write. 999 00:39:41,727 --> 00:39:43,424 I've spent the last two days talking to cops about 1000 00:39:43,468 --> 00:39:45,034 whether I should've identified myself, 1001 00:39:45,078 --> 00:39:48,342 and the answers have ranged from "probably not" to "no way." 1002 00:39:48,386 --> 00:39:51,389 But ...am struggling 1003 00:39:51,432 --> 00:39:54,087 with how betrayed my classmates felt. 1004 00:39:54,130 --> 00:39:58,396 So, I just...need a little outside perspective. 1005 00:39:58,439 --> 00:40:01,355 You should've said something. 1006 00:40:01,399 --> 00:40:03,662 I'm sure there are a dozen reasons why cops think 1007 00:40:03,705 --> 00:40:05,359 that your job is a need-to-know thing, 1008 00:40:05,403 --> 00:40:06,447 but come on. 1009 00:40:06,491 --> 00:40:08,101 It's 2021. 1010 00:40:08,144 --> 00:40:10,669 You guys have a hell of a lot to make up for. 1011 00:40:10,712 --> 00:40:13,149 So, you want to win back trust? 1012 00:40:13,193 --> 00:40:15,238 You gotta assume a higher level of responsibility. 1013 00:40:15,282 --> 00:40:18,503 You gotta go the extra mile every single time. 1014 00:40:18,546 --> 00:40:20,853 You think I have a chance to mend some fences here? 1015 00:40:20,896 --> 00:40:23,986 Yeah. I do. 1016 00:40:24,030 --> 00:40:26,467 Everyone in this classroom wants to change the system, 1017 00:40:26,511 --> 00:40:30,558 and they're driven by hope and a ton of anger. 1018 00:40:30,602 --> 00:40:33,605 But hope is what keeps them moving forward. 1019 00:40:33,648 --> 00:40:34,954 So if they see that you're serious 1020 00:40:34,997 --> 00:40:36,695 about being part of the change, 1021 00:40:36,738 --> 00:40:39,437 they'll let you back in. 1022 00:40:39,480 --> 00:40:41,264 Thank you. Mm-hmm. 1023 00:40:41,308 --> 00:40:42,614 ♪ The beginning 1024 00:40:42,657 --> 00:40:43,919 That's so -- I -- 1025 00:40:43,963 --> 00:40:45,051 I should've written that down. 1026 00:40:45,094 --> 00:40:46,269 What was the part in the beginning, 1027 00:40:46,313 --> 00:40:48,010 when you said that... 1028 00:40:48,054 --> 00:40:49,272 You know what? I -- I got it. 1029 00:40:49,316 --> 00:40:51,449 It's -- Thank you very much. It's good stuff. 1030 00:40:53,538 --> 00:40:56,279 Oh, and they always want us to go undercover as strippers. 1031 00:40:56,323 --> 00:40:57,542 Yes! 1032 00:40:57,585 --> 00:40:59,544 As if our bodies are the only thing we have. 1033 00:40:59,587 --> 00:41:01,023 Yes. Well, actually, 1034 00:41:01,067 --> 00:41:03,722 my -- my body does have magical powers, 1035 00:41:03,765 --> 00:41:06,725 but it does, a lot of the times, 1036 00:41:06,768 --> 00:41:10,468 feel like, as a female UC, that they just want to 1037 00:41:10,511 --> 00:41:13,209 get you naked for the guys in the van. 1038 00:41:13,253 --> 00:41:15,429 Mm-hmm, so that they can drool over you 1039 00:41:15,473 --> 00:41:18,127 in a cloud of their own farts. 1040 00:41:18,171 --> 00:41:20,303 I don't think I can use any of this for my paper. 1041 00:41:20,347 --> 00:41:21,522 Okay. Alright. 1042 00:41:21,566 --> 00:41:23,306 What -- What exactly do you need to know? 1043 00:41:23,350 --> 00:41:26,179 Women have been cops 1044 00:41:26,222 --> 00:41:28,834 in the LAPD over 100 years now, 1045 00:41:28,877 --> 00:41:30,836 but does it still feel like you have to act like a man 1046 00:41:30,879 --> 00:41:32,838 -to fit in? -Good question. 1047 00:41:32,881 --> 00:41:35,188 Well, you're the rookie, the last one in. 1048 00:41:35,231 --> 00:41:36,537 What do you think? 1049 00:41:36,581 --> 00:41:38,626 Um... 1050 00:41:38,670 --> 00:41:41,194 Mm, I think... 1051 00:41:41,237 --> 00:41:43,544 I think fitting in is a trap. 1052 00:41:43,588 --> 00:41:47,461 I'm sitting between two of the best cops in the state... 1053 00:41:47,505 --> 00:41:49,855 Mm....who had to navigate 1054 00:41:49,898 --> 00:41:53,772 an avalanche of obstacles just to get to the mountaintop. 1055 00:41:53,815 --> 00:41:55,338 They didn't do it by trying to fit in. 1056 00:41:55,382 --> 00:41:58,124 They did it by -- you know, by, um... 1057 00:41:58,167 --> 00:42:02,432 being stronger, smarter, more agile. 1058 00:42:02,476 --> 00:42:05,261 They had to to navigate a system that still believes 1059 00:42:05,305 --> 00:42:08,047 being a girl is inherently soft or weak, 1060 00:42:08,090 --> 00:42:11,224 as though empathy is somehow a liability. 1061 00:42:11,267 --> 00:42:13,531 There isn't a guy in the force 1062 00:42:13,574 --> 00:42:16,142 who can do what these guys can do. Mm. 1063 00:42:16,185 --> 00:42:18,274 And there sure as hell isn't anyone tougher. 1064 00:42:18,318 --> 00:42:19,754 Hoo! I will drink to that. 1065 00:42:19,798 --> 00:42:20,755 Hell yeah. 1066 00:42:26,892 --> 00:42:29,590 --Captions by VITAC-- 1067 00:42:58,010 --> 00:42:59,707 Damn it! 72956

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