Blue Bloods s06e14 Episode Script

The Road to Hell

1 A special thanks to all those who volunteered at St.
Anthony's bread line during the week.
A reminder that the Ladies Auxiliary will be having their bake sale this Sunday, and a special collection box has been set up in the back of the church to replace the money that was stolen from the rectory after last week's Mass.
May almighty God bless you, in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Mass has ended, go in peace.
Did you know about that? No.
(organ playing) (bells chiming) There's no extra credit for staying after Mass, you know.
Why didn't you tell me about the theft, Father? I didn't want to bother you.
Since when? We'll recoup it.
How much was taken? 3,500.
That's grand larceny.
That's a felony.
That's my business.
That's what I do.
I notified the local precinct.
And where are they on it? I've not heard.
Look, if you want to be useful, Francis, help me by putting the hymnals back in the holders.
Otherwise, Mass has ended.
Go in peace.
You the riding ADA on this? Lucky you.
Yeah, lucky me.
(whoops weakly) What do we got here? Pablo Gonzalez, 34 years old, five entries, no exit.
No exit, anywhere.
We found some shell casings, but no murder weapon yet.
What is this place? Neighbors say cars pull up day and night, dropping men off.
A revolving door.
It's a brothel? Patrol swept the place.
They found four women believed to be prostitutes.
It looks like they sleep down here, and business is conducted upstairs in the four bedrooms.
You question any of them yet? Not yet, we're gonna do that right now.
Let's make sure they understand their rights.
Of course we will.
Right after we serve them all tea and crumpets, and figure out who killed this schlub.
You, over here.
Ma'am, can you step to the side? Take a seat.
You all speak English? Comprende Ingles? DANNY: Good.
We're gonna need all of you to come with us, so you can answer some questions about what happened in the basement.
It's okay, we just need to take you down to the precinct, but you're all safe.
You are not under arrest at this point.
We just need to know what happened.
DANNY: Okay, come on.
I know what happened.
WOMAN: No, no, Martina.
I killed him.
Don't listen to her.
I killed him.
It wasn't them.
It was me.
I killed him.
WOMAN 2: I am the real killer.
Arrest me.
DANNY: Okay.
Is there anyone here who didn't kill him? You take me away (laughter) I still think that for $95 a pop tickets, she could've played for more than an hour.
Ah, that warm up band was epic.
If you're into One Direction sound-a-likes.
(sirens chirp) Show me something, make it good (sirens wailing) Guys, I think we're being pulled over.
No way.
Yeah, way.
What are they pulling us over for? (siren chirping) (knocks on car) You know your taillight is out? Uh, no, I didn't, I'm sorry.
License and registration.
Um Have you been drinking? None of your business.
Not me, I'm the designated driver.
Where you coming from? We don't need to tell you where we're coming from.
A concert.
This isn't right.
Step out of the car.
Please, sir, we really didn't do anything.
Step out of the car.
I-I'm sorry, I-I-I didn't know about the taillights.
Everyone out of the car now.
Who owns the drugs? Oh, my God, are you kidding me? It's not ours.
Last time.
Who owns the drugs? All right, you're all under arrest for criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Wait, you don't understand.
Hands on the hood.
You have the right to remain silent, and to refuse any questioning.
Anything you say can be used against you Blue Bloods 6x14 The Road to Hell @elderman I killed him because he raped me.
Uh-huh, and what kind of gun did you use? What kind? DANNY: What's your history with Pablo? He brought me to New York and told me he'd get me a job waitressing.
But when we arrived, he told me I'd have to turn tricks in order to pay back the mules he used to smuggle me here.
Where exactly did you shoot him? The chest.
It all happened so fast.
This is a chica card.
It's Pablo's number on the back.
You call if you want sex.
$30 for 15 minutes.
and if we asked to get paid, he'd beat us up.
He broke one girl's jaw when she begged to go home.
(sighs) (coughing) I got four under for criminal possession of a controlled substance.
It's not my drugs.
I got three more saying the same thing.
Tell me you're not that Reagan? My grandfather's the PC, if that's what you mean.
Sarge? I think you need to get the CO down here.
GORMLEY: The barricaded situation is over.
The hostage was released unharmed, and the perp, the perp gave himself up without incident.
Good, I want the duty captain's 49 when it comes in.
Sid, you come up with anything on what happened at my church? I had CSU dust the rectory lock box for prints.
Uh, they lifted some latents.
When latent ran the prints, they got a hit on one Mason Reyes, 20, from Bay Ridge.
Priors? He was arrested for grand larceny two years ago, assault a year ago, and drug possession eight months ago when he was 19.
He was released on bail.
You want to know who posted it? Who? Father Quinn.
You want Reyes picked up? No, not yet.
You're up late.
Nicky's been arrested for drug possession.
Apparently, two grams were found in the car she was driving.
Plain sight.
There were three other kids in the car with her, including the kid the car was registered to.
Anyone claim ownership? No.
She's being held at the 5-1 in the Bronx.
Those drugs are not hers.
But your feud with the Bronx DA? For him, Christmas just came early.
Well, there's no way that son of a bitch is gonna use my granddaughter for headlines.
That's gonna take a team of wild horses Then put one together.
I'll see what I can do.
GORMLEY: I know Captain Bennett at the 5-1.
I'll give him a call.
Thank you.
You know you can't go up there.
There's no detour, no excuse, no piece of business you can invent that has you just dropping by the 5-1.
I know that.
Well, they all didn't kill him.
Someone's lying.
Let's just arrest them all.
Then we'll see who can break first.
You can't do that.
It will weaken my case down the line.
A defense attorney will use that to cast doubt, by saying even the police had no idea who was responsible.
Thing is, why the hell would they all take credit for it? I mean, just to cover for somebody else? It's pretty ingenious.
I mean, if they all stick to their claim of doing it, we can't try them all for murder.
BAEZ: So we thinking they all got a tutorial in how to get away with murder? Unless they're all playing “I Am Spartacus.
” What the hell are you doing here? No one's hurt.
Nicky's been arrested.
What? Where? For what? In the Bronx, drug possession.
I can drive you.
Go, you got to go.
None of them would cop to the drugs, so I had to arrest all of them.
Did you field test it? Yes, positive for cocaine.
What's the weight? About two grams.
Felony weight.
Hopefully, whoever owns it'll do the right thing, and your daughter can get the charges dropped.
She's inside.
We couldn't very well just stick her in a cell.
Who owns the drugs? I don't know.
Yeah, you do.
Mom Do you know how serious this is? Yes.
It's felony weight.
That means you'll have a felony on your record, do you understand that? The drugs aren't mine.
It doesn't matter if they're yours or not, Nicky.
The Penal Law is clear on this.
If someone doesn't come forward and claim ownership of the cocaine, you're all gonna be charged on felony possession.
ERIN: It's a C felony.
That means one to five years if you're convicted.
No, I'm not gonna stop.
Are you willing to do that? I told you, the drugs aren't mine! Then, wise up and give up whosever they are.
I'm not sure.
I'll see you in the morning, in court.
I have to stay here? Night court's closed.
Reopens at 9:00 a.
Where are the other kids that were in the car with her? Holding.
I want you to put her in holding.
Not with the other prisoners, but in squad holding cell, on her own.
You're sure about that? I'm sure.
Erin What? You think she should have special treatment? She's always been smart and responsible.
Right now she is not being smart and responsible.
Those are not her drugs, and she knows whose they are, and she is not saying.
I'll be damned if I'm gonna let her sit in the captain's office sipping hot cocoa, while she's being charged with a felony for protecting her friends.
BAILIFF: Docket number 3542776, The People versus Nicole Reagan-Boyle.
Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree.
How do you plead? Robert Rattner, from Rattner and Marx, not guilty, Your Honor.
ADA: Your Honor, we're not talking about a bunch of college kids with a little marijuana in the car.
This is two grams of coke.
That's felony weight.
RATTNER: The drugs in question have not undergone a lab analysis, Your Honor.
It was field tested.
It is cocaine, Your Honor.
And this is a first offense.
RATTNER: My client's family has ties to the community, in law enforcement as well as the Manhattan DA's office.
And that should not be a get out of jail free card.
RATTNER: Her mother and her uncle are in attendance.
We ask that she be released on her own recognizance.
Not now.
I got Pablo's autopsy report.
They find out that son of a bitch didn't have a heart? He died of multiple gunshots, five in all, two to the groin.
(groans) According to ballistics, all with the same gun.
You run Pablo's address? I did.
There was a police report and an arrest for assault at the address two months ago.
A Javier Fernandez.
Fernandez? You thinking there's any relation to Martina? She's his sister.
Uh, anything else on the assault? Apparently, he punched Pablo in the face, and threatened to kill him.
Okay, where is he now? He was issued a desk appearance ticket, but he never showed up to court, so now there's a bench warrant out for his arrest.
Well, it's a beautiful day to execute a bench warrant.
Let's grab them both.
Divide and conquer? It worked for Julius Caesar.
(sighs) Want something to eat? I'm not hungry.
(sighs) Look, you don't have to babysit me anymore.
I'm fine.
You know, your mom's just upset, because she's scared about what's gonna happen.
She's not the only one.
She doesn't think that you own the drugs, Nicky, but she thinks you know which one of the kids does.
Do you? (sighs) You need to think about coming forward.
And what? And snitch? Is that what you'd do? They're not your friends if they're jamming you up instead of taking responsibility.
I've been using the name Boyle instead of Reagan at school because I didn't want to always have to deal with being identified with the NYPD.
I don't want people to act differently around me.
Okay, but you're going to have to find out how far you're willing to go to fit in.
The kids I was with they're not bad kids, Uncle Jamie.
One of them kind of is.
The one who's willing to let three other people take the fall for his mistake.
Uh, I need to talk to Grandpa.
He's not gonna play a card here.
I didn't say I was gonna ask him to.
He can't get involved.
You can't have this two ways here.
I just need to talk to him.
FATHER QUINN: I can tell by the look on your face this is not a social call, Francis.
Good news.
We found out who stole the money.
A Mason Reyes.
Thank you.
I believe you know him.
And his family.
Well, he's 20, so we can charge him as an adult.
The question is, how do you know him? I don't, personally.
Well, I do, and I will not be pressing charges.
Why wouldn't you press charges, Father? He's a troubled kid.
Well, clearly, he stole money from our church.
And I will find a way to recoup it.
That is not the point.
Look, Frank.
He's had a difficult life.
Lots of people have difficult lives, Father.
That doesn't give them the right to break the law, nor, frankly, you the right to give him a free pass.
Do not come in here and tell me who I can and cannot show mercy to, Frank.
Just who do you think you're protecting here, Pete? Certainly not Reyes.
He's just gonna do it again.
I'm not a cop for a million good reasons, and you are not a priest for just as many.
Last time he was arrested, you posted his bail.
That didn't do him any good.
Neither will putting him in prison.
(sighs) So what's your divine plan here, Pete? This parish is my precinct.
The buck stops here with me, not you.
Look, you don't have to say anything, just don't.
I've taken two showers already, and I still feel disgusting.
Well, the booking process was not designed with comfort in mind.
I made baked ziti.
No, thank you.
(sighs) Are you gonna give me the cold shoulder all night? What do you want me to say? They can't charge all of us.
They already have, Nicky.
Exactly what I would have done if I was the ADA on the case.
You'd let innocent kids get convicted of a felony? That's right.
Come on, that's not true.
I would have assumed that not all of them would have been stupid enough to take the blame for somebody else's mistake.
So, what, you want me to rat on one of my friends to save my own skin? Yes, that's exactly what I want you to do.
Well, that's not easy to do, Mom.
I didn't raise you to take the easy way out.
This is not about being a rat or a snitch.
A felony on your record means you can forget about becoming a lawyer, or ever going into law enforcement.
(phone buzzing) We have an appointment with the Bronx DA in the morning, unless you're okay with throwing your future away, I suggest that you tell him everything you know.
Mom And if you don't, you can find a job and a community college because you guys are all suspended.
What-what are you talking about? “Until such time the police investigation reveals who the drugs belong to.
” Read the e-mail yourself.
You think you can just skate under the radar because you use the last name Boyle? You think it's that easy? You think that Columbia and the Bronx DA don't know exactly who you are? You think they're not gonna make an example of you because of that? Mom, you're really scaring me.
Welcome to reality.
You threatened Pablo, and you said you wanted to kill him.
It's not a crime to threaten to kill someone.
Well, it is when they end up dead.
Do you have a sister? Why? If someone pretended to be her boyfriend, then forced her into prostitution, you think you would use the words, “I'll kill you” when talking to him? I wouldn't talk to him.
I'd just kill him.
Isn't that what you did? No.
So, you want me to believe you went to his apartment to, what, threaten him? Actually, I went there to kick his ass, and take my sister back home.
Hmm funny you didn't do either one of them.
Why not? Because the cops arrived, man.
Pablo told them I hit him.
Take one guess who the cops believed? And Martina didn't come to your defense? She was afraid to.
I see you didn't make it to your desk appearance ticket.
I'm illegal, okay? I didn't want to get deported.
I promised my mother that I wouldn't come back home without Martina.
Do you know where Martina is now? No.
Did she kill Pablo? No! Listen, growing up, if I did something wrong, I could always get her to take the blame for me because she'd rather get in trouble than see me in trouble.
She taking the blame for you now so you didn't get in trouble? No.
She's the victim here, not Pablo.
Could have fooled me.
(sighs) Any word on Martina yet? She's MIA.
Great, we got four women who say they did it.
Martina's brother says he wanted to do it, but he didn't do it.
Great, let's just add him to the list.
All right.
A part of me doesn't even want to solve this thing.
Well, Pablo is the most unsympathetic Vic we've ever had.
(sighing): I don't know.
Maybe we should just go back to divide and conquer.
You talk to the women again.
I'll check Javier's story.
(phone rings) Reagan.
BAEZ: Danny.
I found a suicide note from Martina.
Looks like she killed Pablo.
I think I know where she might be.
I'm headed to Javier's.
Mason Reyes lived with his dad in Chatham, New Jersey, up until two years ago.
The young kid's mother He's not a kid-- he's 20.
The young man's mother was murdered in a home invasion.
Did we get who killed her? Case is still open.
But right after that, everything went south for Mason.
He got arrested five times in two years.
Dad bailed him out every time.
And now Father Quinn, which pretty much guarantees that there will be a next time.
Somebody's headed to the bottom, and they're gonna get there regardless how many times you put out a net.
You know, you're just prolonging something It's called enabling.
Whatever you call it, doesn't work.
You do know that Father Quinn is refusing to press charges.
Oh, geez, a priest, of all people Exactly.
You think he knows something he ain't telling? Ah, he's a good priest and a good man, but I'm not sure he has the pull for divine intervention.
You want to see if there's a way around him? Find another way to charge Mason? Yeah, it's not impossible.
I don't know.
Going around a Catholic priest? Yeah, no, mm, you're right.
I got to find another way.
Sid any talk coming up through the ranks about my granddaughter? Tell me the truth.
Well (chuckles) You know, they wouldn't say anything in front of me, boss.
(sighs) (crying) (sobbing) Martina? Don't come near me.
Don't worry about it.
Taking a walk, checking out the view.
Just a little bit afraid of heights.
(crying) What're you doing?! Just sitting down, like you, okay? I'm scared, and you're scared, so I figure we could both be scared together.
DANNY: So, what do you think? Seven stories, what is that, about a hundred feet? It's pretty high.
(crying) I had a, uh, case about a year ago, a war vet.
Found him on the roof, just like you, wanted to jump Would you just stop?! I'm just saying I tried to talk him down.
It didn't work.
He jumped anyway.
But, I did see his face when he went over the edge.
You know, his body turned and I saw him, and I never forget the look on his face.
It was almost as if he was changing his mind, but it was too late.
Then, boom.
(crying) Let me tell you something.
Six stories made a boom, I can't imagine what seven stories does.
(crying): Why are you doing this? I was gonna ask you the same thing.
Why are you doing this? Because I just want it to be over! Hey! Hey! Look at me.
Come on.
(crying): I can't do it.
Listen, it is over.
Okay? Pablo is dead.
He can't hurt you anymore.
I'm going to jail.
Well, what if I what if I gave you my word that I would do everything in my power to help you not go to jail? You can't promise that.
I can't promise you won't do any jail time, but I can promise you that I will help you to do as little as possible, if any at all.
You're lying.
Hey a jury will sympathize with you.
With someone like me? Yes.
I do.
You were young, and naive, and he promised you things, and he lied to you.
Anybody would empathize with that.
He attacked me, you know.
He found out I was hiding money in my shoe.
He went crazy for $40.
Well, then it's self-defense, isn't it? (crying): I still killed him.
And he deserved it.
And you don't deserve this.
Think about your family.
Think about your brother.
You think he wants you to die this way? I don't want them to know what happened to me since I got here.
(crying): I how do I explain that? We will figure out how to explain it together.
But not here.
Not like this.
(sirens wailing) Hey.
So, would you just trust me? Come on.
Okay? (whispering): Come on.
That's it.
(sobbing) It's okay, I got you.
(sobbing) I got you, girl.
Why do you have to go to confession in the middle of a tour? I just do.
Did you do something really bad? Not about that.
Well, I'm not sure what section this falls under in the Patrol Guide.
I've been cleared from the top to take confession with Father Quinn.
Because? Because sometimes in confession, both priest and sinner can see some light.
Can I ask you a question? This whole confession thing say that you confess the same thing over and over again, is there like a three-strikes-you're-out clause? Far as I know, as long as you keep asking for forgiveness, there's forgiveness to be had.
Well, that's pretty great.
12-David, be advised we have a 10-10, possible male with a gun at Saint Angelus Church, 700 Bay Ridge Avenue.
But you do still have to ask for forgiveness.
12-David show us responding.
(sirens wailing) Anything for me? You came all the way up here to Well, I was close by, so The leverage with Father Quinn that you're looking for isn't there.
No one in this office will touch it.
Even you? Especially me.
Why not? It's difficult enough to try a case where the victim doesn't want to press charges.
It's even more difficult when that victim is a priest.
Father Quinn is adamant, he will not cooperate.
But he will cooperate in letting that kid become a chronic? There are all different kinds of mercy, Dad.
Including misguided mercy.
What's your kind? On this? On Nicky.
I'm handling it, Dad, and I know I don't need to remind you to stay back a good 500 feet.
You do not.
I heard you had her put in a holding cell overnight.
You heard right.
I'd like to think I could do that.
It's exactly how you would have handled it.
Oh, come on, she's my granddaughter.
I know, Dad.
Do I think those drugs are hers? No.
Is she protecting whomever is responsible, at an enormous cost? Absolutely.
She needs to learn that every choice has a consequence.
And what kind of mercy is that? I've got this, Dad.
Halloween night, 1992, same thing.
That was a bottle of booze.
But you knew whose it was, and you wouldn't snitch.
This is different.
Not really.
Yes, really.
Possession of a fifth of tequila is not a felony.
Excuse me, boss, we have a situation at St.
(siren wails) (woman screaming) Out of the way.
Gotta get past.
(people screaming) Can you get them out of here? Let's go.
Move it.
Let's go.
We got a 10-13, shots fired at this location.
Come on, come on.
Don't get any closer! Take it easy.
No one has to get hurt, Mason.
Take one step closer, and I'll blow him away, I swear! I know you don't want to do that, Mason.
You don't know anything about me.
I know Father Quinn has helped you out the last time that you got arrested.
Shut up! Just stop talking.
Mason, your mother would not want you to do this.
Don't talk to me about my mother! You're not gonna shoot me.
Put that gun down.
There'll be no guns in my house.
Tell him that.
Don't move.
Put it down, Mason, right now! FATHER QUINN: Mason.
Come on, give me the gun, Mason.
Shut up! FATHER QUINN: You don't have to do this.
You're a good kid.
I know you are (grunting) (gunshot, screams) (groans) Hands behind your back.
(groaning) Other hand.
Central, 12 David, need a bus forthwith at St.
Angelus, corner of 85th and Bay Ridge Avenue, re: two males shot at this location.
Thanks for meeting with us.
Have a seat.
This is Nicky's mother, Erin Reagan.
I'm with the Manhattan DA's office.
I work as a Bureau Chief Yes, I-I know who you are.
I'm sure this can't be easy, sitting on the other side of the desk.
You might say that.
What I was hoping is you give us a little time before you move to indict on the charges.
Because your client's last name is Reagan? And as a Reagan, you don't have to play by the same rules as everyone else? You don't have any evidence the drugs are Nicky's.
Smith, we came in here on good faith.
You came in here because you assume you can work the system.
Unlike Manhattan, Miss Reagan, we don't have a hierarchy here.
In the Bronx, we decide indictments based on the merits of the case, not the last name of the defendants.
Then let's let the merits of the case decide the outcome.
Let's go, Nicky, we're done here.
Wait, Mom No.
(sighs) I'll make a statement.
No, you won't.
I'm not allowing a statement.
That's fine because Ms.
Reagan-Boyle already got Kyle Miller to make a statement, vindicating her.
He did? (laughing): Why do you sound so surprised, Ms.
Reagan-Boyle? It's my understanding that you're the one who convinced Kyle to come forward.
I'm just really glad he decided to tell the truth.
I'll bet you are.
RATTNER: Don't say another word.
Am I to understand that Kyle Miller took ownership of the drugs, and you didn't notify us? I'm notifying you now.
So, the charges against Nicky have been dropped? As soon as his testimony is corroborated, yes.
But I suggest you stay out of trouble in the Bronx.
And I suggest you stay out of trouble in Manhattan.
When were you going to tell me that you got Kyle to own up to the drugs? I didn't know it worked.
What worked? I told him that my family was so upset about the charges, that they had the baggie DNA and fingerprint tested, and they matched him, so that his only shot at getting a deal was to fess up.
(sighs) And how did you come up with that? My sources are confidential.
Well, I don't know whether to be angry with you or congratulate you.
Well, you've been angry with me a lot lately, and it's killing me, so how about we try for congratulations? Congratulations.
I never want to disappoint you, Mom.
How is Mason? You didn't you tell me he witnessed his mother's murder.
I couldn't.
Seal of the confessional.
You put lives in danger.
I had no choice.
Oh, the hell you didn't, Father.
Look, Frank, you have your vows to uphold, and I have mine.
Innocent people could've been killed.
They weren't.
Well, no thanks to Mason Reyes.
Regardless, I'm glad he came forward.
He didn't come forward.
His father confessed to it.
Kind of puts things into perspective, huh? Why Mason was acting out I do not consider attempted murder acting out.
I failed him, Frank.
Well, all the compassion in the world can't make up for some traumas, Pete.
I'm not giving up on him.
I forgive him, and I'm praying for him.
Well, I'm not.
Yes, you are.
That's an order.
You can't save everyone, Pete.
Maybe not, but I gotta be willing to die trying.
Not on my watch.
You ever admit when you're wrong? Couple days in here, eating green Jell-O, and you'll be willing to admit I'm right.
Mason Reyes did not intend to shoot me.
Well, the road to hell is paved with you know what.
And it's been my experience that the road to heaven is paved with those same stones.
You ever admit you're wrong? Why would I? I never am wrong.
Me either.
Just sit them all down over here, okay? Come on.
Danny, what the hell is going on? Why did you arrest them all? What do you mean? They all were confessing, so we didn't have any option.
Give me a break.
Well, it's true, and it worked.
We figured out who the killer is.
Did you? Yeah.
We even found the gun.
Yeah, it's being tested.
You know you've compromised my entire case.
Well, I didn't mean to.
Okay, Sherlock, who did it? Martina Fernandez, but it was in self-defense.
Yup, and she's lawyered up now, so I can't believe you arrested all of them on purpose.
It was a strategy.
A strategy? Mm-hmm.
To make sure that she got a deal? When you hear her story for yourself, I promise you, you're gonna want to give her a deal, too.
Okay, well, now I don't really have a choice, do I? Not if I did my job right.
(sighs) So, how long is Father Quinn gonna be out of commission? I guess he'll about a week.
I heard if that bullet had gone one inch in either direction, he wouldn't have made it.
It'd take more than a bullet to finish him off.
He's a tough old goat.
HENRY: Francis.
You're talking about a priest.
Reverend Father old goat.
He's been calling the DA's office, wanting to monitor what's going on with Mason Reyes.
Reyes looking at serious time? He's being charged with larceny, criminal possession of a weapon and attempted murder.
So he's going to prison? Well, in all probability, as well he should.
But there are mitigating factors.
Yeah, I don't see how that works.
How can different people charged with the same crime get different sentences? It's the degree of guilt, if there's a history, was there intent? Some people deserve mercy, others do not.
So, it was you who coached Nicky.
What, no.
Mom, we've talked about this.
And I have the right to know.
All I said is that she shouldn't try talking to Dad, because he can't get involved anyway.
So it was you? No.
No, it was not me.
Wasn't you what? Nicky did a bluff that only a seasoned cop could have known, and I want to know who's responsible.
It wasn't me.
I swear.
And not for nothing, but Jamie and I are not the only two cops at the table.
DANNY: Just saying.
Well, it certainly wasn't me.
Don't look at me.
You told me to stay out of it.
And did you? My conscience is clear.
That's not what I asked.
500 feet back, just like you said.
Dad I didn't talk to Grandpa, Mom, I swear.
Thank you.
Then who? I got a call from Lieutenant Gormley.
Oh, my gosh, he will get a stern talking-to, first thing tomorrow morning.
So, what's for dessert? LINDA: We do have some apple pie.
DANNY: If it's not covered in chocolate, I'm not interested.
(Henry laughs) @elderman