Chicago Fire s12e12 Episode Script

Under Pressure

- Robinson and Lennox are
coming after all of 51.
- Whatever arrangements
that you have with Robinson,
she gets all the benefits.
your career has stalled.
- Good luck, Chief Boden.
You'll need it.
- The old guard is
on their way out.
It's time for some fresh blood.
- Boden will be back
in a few weeks.
Till then,
I'm 51's ranking officer,
so come to me
with any house issues.
- She wants to go
to couples therapy.
If her issue is me
pulling 24-hour shifts,
how is therapy gonna help?
- You do what it takes.
- You're turning the rigs
into mobile bombs?
- Pull over!
- Kelly!
- Stella!
- Looks so weird without
Truck or Engine here.
Feels like some kinda
lame party.
- Yeah.
Who knew I'd miss
Herrmann's boomer rants
or Mouch slamming the weights?
You know what I miss?
- My eye candy, Damon.
Can't wait till he's back
to kick this place up
a little bit.
I mean, what are we
supposed to do for fun now?
- I have an idea.
Your nunchuck routine
was awesome,
but, um, you are not the
only medic on 61 with skills.
I've been kickboxing.
- What?
Get outta here. I kickbox too.
- Well, there's a heavy bag
just calling our names.
You wanna take this party
up a notch?
Hell yeah, Novak.
- Okay, Mikami,
show me what you got.
- Okay, girl.
What other cool skills
are you hiding?
- Uh, I don't wanna brag,
but, uh, I make bread.
You're full of surprises.
- Sure.
- Hey, Cruz.
How's couples therapy going?
- What the hell, Capp?
How do you even know
about that, anyway?
- I heard you on the phone
with Chloe the other day.
Or at least
I thought it was Chloe.
- Of course it was Chloe.
You don't gotta announce it
to the whole house.
- Well, if you're gonna
be such a privacy freak,
maybe don't talk about it right
on the app floor next time.
- Thanks for the tip.
- Anyway, I only ask because
Brandi and I have been--
Brandi is my girlfriend--
we've been talking about trying
to do couples therapy, too,
but I don't know.
It's--it's a whole
can of worms, isn't it?
- Yeah, it really is.
it's going okay, I think.
It feels kinda weird
talking to some stranger
about your marriage.
But things are rough right now
and if Chloe thinks that
counseling will help,
I will keep doing it.
But what about you?
Since when are you
dating somebody?
You never said anything.
- Well, uh, we've only
gone out a couple times,
but oof, it's--
it's been a rough start.
- Hey, Lieutenant?
Um, I know, that, uh, the third
shift is looking for a sub,
but me and Chloe,
we got this thing.
- Ah, that's fine.
Tony can cover it.
You see this?
- Damn.
Don't mess with our medics.
- I used to have time
to work out here.
Now all I do is paperwork.
- Hey, I just got
an email from the shops.
Our hazmat dry suit
finally came in.
- Just in time
for water rescue season.
- Can we go grab it, boss?
- Yeah, let's go.
- Here you go, fellas.
One state-of-the-art
hazmat dry suit
with all the bells
and whistles,
including that new X3
contaminated water valve.
- You're the best.
Thanks, Michelle.
I can't wait to take this baby
for a dip
in some Class VI
toxic waste water.
- Hey, look, Squad 3.
What are you guys doing here?
- For your information,
Squad 3 got handpicked
to beta test the new Leviathan
Elite Series hazmat dry suit.
- There's only two
of these bad boys in service
in the whole Midwest.
Guess who got the other one?
Hey, Michelle.
That the new mask-mounted
thermal imager
you set aside for us?
- You know it.
Hot off the presses.
By the way, congrats on your
impressive achievement, guys.
- You're so sweet.
Thank you, darling.
- What achievement?
- Oh, nothing much.
Set a Guinness World Record
for fastest rescue squad
pulled by a two-man team.
- Yeah, we pulled up Squad
100 feet in 59.9 seconds.
So you make up some random feat
and you call it a world record?
Big whoop.
Anyone can do that.
- Guys, if it's so easy
to get in the record books,
why don't you do it?
- Maybe we will.
- Like what?
- Squad 3, vehicle accident
- It's all right. Hey!
- On West Jefferson Street.
- You can get back
to us on that.
- Thank you.
- Take care, guys.
- See you, Michelle.
- Hurry, please.
They can't get out.
- Is someone in the RV?
- No, no. Behind it.
We live back there.
- How many people
were back there?
- I don't know. Like 20.
- Is there another way in?
- No, that's it.
We put the RV there
for privacy and security.
- Severide,
what are we looking at?
- Hey, grab a fog line.
We need to clear a path
behind that RV.
- You got it.
Drop the cross line, boys.
Let's go.
- Sounds like multiple victims.
- All right, copy that.
We'll set up triage
and call in for backup.
- Hey! Hey!
Stand back, all right?
We're coming in.
- Hey, where the hell
is that fog line?
- Let's go!
- Squad 3, back up.
- Clear a path!
Okay! Come on out!
- Easy! Take it easy!
- Medics, coming out!
- Here we go.
Hook up two in the ambo until
the multileader gets here.
I'll triage the rest.
Grab these guys.
All right, right this way.
- Why don't you
two come with me?
- Right this way.
Try to relax and take
slow, deep breaths.
- Come here.
- Hey, this way right here.
Just right to the ambulance.
There you go.
- All right,
is anyone here asthmatic?
Okay, right over here.
All right, the rest of you,
take a seat.
We'll be right with you.
- Squad, spread out.
- Copy.
- Fire department, call out!
- Call out!
Hang on!
Capp, Tony. Take him back.
Cruz, take the D-side.
We'll meet at the end,
sweep back up the middle.
- Copy that.
- Looks like our backup
is starting to arrive.
- Oh, perfect.
Uh, help with triage.
There may be more coming out.
- Copy that.
- Fire department, call out!
- Can you walk?
- Hey, Cruz,
I'm taking one out.
Don't wait up.
- Copy that.
Anybody in here, call out.
Anybody back here, call out.
All right, I'm at the end.
I'll sweep the B-side
on my way out.
- Copy!
- Fire department, call out!
Fire d--
Just hang on, okay?
Just hang on.
Here we are. There you go.
Just take a deep breath.
Take a deep breath.
Come on.
No, no, no, no, no,
no, no, no, no, no.
Come on. Stay with me.
Stay with me.
- Did you get her?
Where is she?
- Everyone's out here
with the medics.
- No, she was with me in there.
We have to go back.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Whoa, whoa, whoa. Easy.
- Amanda.
- Hey, calm down.
- She's still in there.
She's still in there, man.
- Listen, relax.
We'll find her, I promise.
- That'll help.
Nice and easy.
Relax, relax.
- What the hell was that?
- He was out of control.
- What did you give him?
- 15 milligrams of Versed.
- What's going on?
- Lennox just
gave the guy Versed
without checking
his oxygen levels first.
- He was getting violent.
- Could be hypoxic.
- His breathing
does look shallow.
- He'll be fine.
I know what I'm doing.
- Who is that?
- That's Cruz.
He must have run out of air.
Cruz, report.
Cruz, what's your status?
Let's get in there. Fan out.
- Wait, Lieutenant.
- Cruz.
- Hey!
- Get his turn coat.
- He took in a lot of smoke.
- Pulse is weak.
- Breathing's shallow.
Cruz, can you hear me? Cruz.
Trying sternal rub.
- Come on, Cruz.
- Cruz.
- The woman I found.
- She's on her way to Med.
- That's where
you're headed too.
- What? No, I'm good.
I'm fine. I'm good.
- Hey, I'm not asking.
- All right, guys.
I'm good.
- We'll finish up here.
We'll come back
and see you, okay?
They did not have to call you.
I'm okay.
- Oh, my God, Joe.
- Honey, I'm all right. Really.
I didn't even
want to come here.
Severide made me.
- Well, what happened?
They said that you collapsed?
- It was nothing, all right?
My oxygen dipped.
I passed out, but I came to
right away, I swear.
- Okay, and they
checked you out?
They made sure there was
nothing else going on?
No complications,
no internal injuries?
- Hey, nothing like that,
all right?
Dr. Ripley, he ran
every test in the book,
said I'm in perfect shape.
I'm just waiting
on the discharge order
so we can get outta here.
- Yeah.
- Hey.
Did you hear what I said?
I'm totally fine.
- I know, I know.
I just
I forgot how much
I hate this place.
There's just so many
bad memories here.
God, you know, I can still
picture poor Trudy
out in that waiting room
just scared out of her mind
when Mouch--
I am just so relieved
that you are okay.
- Yeah.
- Cruz really didn't wanna
stay in the hospital.
He practically flipped
a stretcher to prove a point.
Thought we were gonna
have to fight him.
- Oh, he couldn't take us.
- No.
- Uh, finish up here.
I'm just gonna let Severide
know that Cruz is okay
and we're headed back.
- Something wrong?
- No, I just--
I got a--a check-in
from Carver.
He's visiting some old
construction buddies
in Milwaukee.
- Sounds like a fun getaway.
- Yeah.
Definitely is gonna be there
until the rigs
are back in service.
- Aw, you miss him.
Just tell him to come back
if you wanna see him.
He would do it in a heartbeat.
- No, I can't.
We're not in that kind
of relationship, Novak.
- In that case,
just ask for a booty call.
- Hey, I'll be right back.
Hey, Trini. Sorry.
I just wanted to check in
on the status of a patient.
Um, a guy who came in sedated
from the encampment fire.
He's slim.
He's wearing a denim vest.
- You mean Omar?
He had to be intubated
on a ventilator.
He's still unconscious.
Dr. Ripley said he took
a pretty big hypoxic hit.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
- That patient never
should have been sedated
before his oxygen levels
were checked.
If anything happens to Omar,
that's on Lennox.
- That's 16.
- Damn.
- What?
Don't tell me I set a world
record and no one else saw it.
- No, the fire helmet tower's
been done already.
- Really? What's the record?
- 82 helmets.
- What?
- What the hell
are you guys doing?
- We ran into Squad 4
at the shops,
and they couldn't stop bragging
about how they set
a Guinness Book
of World Records record,
and they were totally
rubbing our noses in it.
- Jagoffs.
- Exactly. They're jagoffs.
So why are you
playing their game?
You're Squad 3. Rise above it.
And pick up these damn helmets
before somebody
breaks an ankle.
- You got it, Lieutenant.
- Hey, you know, he's right.
We can't let those guys
get in our kitchen.
- Hey, Lieutenant.
I wanted to let you know
the guy that Lennox treated,
he is on a ventilator.
He's not doing too great.
- Damn.
I can't say I'm surprised.
He sedated him
before checking his oxygen.
- Yeah.
What exactly happened?
- Lennox got spooked.
- Our second shift together,
we got called to a biker bar.
Lennox was so scared
of the victim,
he refused to ride with him.
- Easily intimidated, huh?
- Yeah, and then he panics.
- I was right there to help.
I mean,
he almost killed the guy.
- Yeah, he should be
reported for that.
But you and I
are the only ones who saw it.
- And it might
seem like payback
after he reported us both.
- Yeah, exactly.
And with Chief Robinson's
Eye of Sauron aimed elsewhere,
she's finally leaving us alone.
- Is that a guy
we want out there?
Panics under pressure,
almost kills his patients
because of it?
I was the incident commander.
I'll make the report.
If they question my motives,
I'll take the hit
with Robinson.
- Okay.
Whatever you need, I'm here.
This could get ugly, fast.
- I'm gonna let them
sleep a little longer.
Javi's game isn't till 9:00.
- Sounds good.
- Are you going to work?
- Yeah, I'm on shift today.
It's on the calendar.
- Yeah, I know.
I just thought--
I mean, after everything
that happened,
I thought you'd take, like,
one shift off at least.
You were just
in the hospital, Joe.
- As a precaution,
and I've been fully cleared
to go to work.
You know, I just can't--
I have to be there. I'm sorry.
What is going on?
- It's fine. Whatever.
- You know, I've been trying.
I've really been trying.
I stopped taking extra shifts
so that I could be around more
so that you could
do your thing.
You said you wanted
to do couples counseling.
I did that.
And every time
when we're there,
we're always talking about
finding balance and compromise.
And honestly,
I'm starting to think
that's not what
you really want.
- What's that supposed to mean?
What? No, just say it.
Say it.
- When we were at the hospital
the other day,
the way that you brought up
Mouch and Trudy,
that's when it hit me.
When we almost lost Mouch
a year ago,
that's when you
started to pull away.
You started throwing
yourself into work
and getting mad at me
for the time
that I was putting in at 51.
And I get it.
Even before we were engaged,
I knew that you were scared
to be married to a firefighter.
But I guess I thought I--
I hoped that you had
made peace with that.
But then I started thinking
the other day,
you sort of always
kept your distance from 51.
You barely even
ask me about 51.
- I have had a lot going on.
- Yeah, fine.
- You know?
- Yeah. You know what?
And maybe--maybe that's
what it really is.
But maybe this was
never about compromise,
and what you really want
deep down
is for me to quit.
- Every time my phone rings,
I go right back
to that day with Mouch.
- I--
- I remember Trudy's face
in the hospital,
how terrified she was,
and I think,
is it me this time?
Is this gonna be the day?
- I love you so much.
I can't even put it into words.
But if what you're asking me is
to not be a firefighter, I--
Chloe, I'm sorry, I just--
it's the one thing in the world
that I can't give you.
- Mom?
- Hey, Severide.
What's the latest on Kidd?
Still no luck
finding a new rig?
- She's headed out
to Oakland today
to check out a spare truck
CFD's looking to buy.
She swears this is the one.
- Wow.
That woman is relentless.
I love it.
- Oakland, isn't that
where DC Hill is?
All right, well,
tell her good luck from us.
- Stevenson.
- TheLieutenant Severide.
- What do you need?
- That's a fine how-do-you-do.
- I'm busy.
- We're missing
the display screen
for our new thermal imager.
Now, my guys say
that Capp and Tony
walked off with it
at the shops the other day,
and I told them that
Squad 3 isn't that careless.
But you haven't seen it around
by any chance, have you?
I'll be curious to see what you
think about that new dry suit.
We got ours a month ago.
So far, it's meh.
- Anything else?
- Hey.
- You guys didn't
notice an LED screen
in with their scuba gear?
It's a hell of a tight ship
you're running, Severide.
- Yeah, well, if we had as much
spare time as Squad 4,
maybe we'd have caught
the shop's mistakes sooner.
From what I hear,
you got enough free time
for Capp and Tony to attempt
some kinda world record.
What's it gonna be?
Most time spent
impersonating a rescue squad?
- Oh, we're gonna break
your guys' record, actually.
- Oh, yeah?
Yeah, well,
I'd sure love to see that.
- You will, tomorrow,
right after shift.
- Can't wait.
What was that?
- You guys are gonna break
Squad 4's world record
Right at shift change.
- Do you even know
what their record is?
- It doesn't matter.
If they can do it,
you can do it.
- So what'd you tell Carver?
- I just texted him,
See you when you get back."
- Violet, throw the man a bone.
A-a-a "can't wait."
A suggestive pic.
A drooling emoji.
Let me see that.
- That is just not me, Novak.
- All right, fine.
If you don't do something,
I am happy to do it for you.
- Hey, question for you.
Did you know that
Lieutenant Severide
filed a complaint against me?
- I did.
And I agree with every word.
- This is clearly just revenge,
and you know it.
- You screwed up, Lennox,
big time.
You could have killed that man.
- I saved that man from harming
himself or someone else.
And besides, he's off
the ventilator right now,
and he's doing just fine.
- That doesn't change
what you did.
- You sure you wanna
bump heads with me
and Chief Robinson again?
- If she says
that you messed up,
then, dude, you messed up.
- Main to Ambulance 61,
wellness check.
1241 East Kimbark Ave.
- Paramedics.
- Johnny, the medics are here.
I'm so sorry to bother you.
- We're happy to help.
What's your name?
- Joanne.
I called 911
'cause my husband, John,
he usually helps me,
but he's sick as a dog.
Can't even get out of bed.
- Well, Joanne,
that's a lot of blood.
Can we take a look?
- Sure.
- Okay.
Why don't we sit
at your table right there?
- Sure.
- All right,
let's get this towel off.
Ooh, yeah.
I need irrigation and gauze.
- On it.
- All right,
we're gonna clean this up
and put a bandage on it.
Make sure to keep it
nice and dry, okay?
How'd this happen?
- Came in the kitchen to make--
well, let's see.
I opened the icebox door.
Was it the pantry?
I think--oh, shoot.
- Were you making toast?
- That's it.
You're a smart girl.
- Does your husband
help with food?
It's always good to have
a partner in the kitchen
to keep an eye on each other.
Johnny and I has always helped
each other when he's not sick.
We've been married 50 years.
He wooed me
with his quiche Lorraine,
since that's my sister's name.
- Aw.
- What kind of illness
does Johnny have?
Cold? Flu?
- Um, I'm not really sure.
I don't think he has a fever.
Uh, he's just tired
all the time.
I haven't been able to take
the best care of him lately.
I'm not as clever
as I used to be.
- I can check on him.
Maybe we can help.
- I'm sure
he'd appreciate that.
Johnny, the nurse is
going to come and see you.
Our room's at the end
of that hall.
- Hey, Johnny.
My name is Lizzie.
Joanne tells me
you're not feeling too well.
Let's sit you up so we can--
- There we go.
- Violet.
- Joanne's all set here.
Everything good with Johnny?
- Um
- I'll be right back.
What happened?
- Her husband, um, he's dead.
It--it looks like
cardiac arrest.
I don't know.
It must have been
more than a few days.
- We need to get PD
and the coroner here.
Hey, Novak, go make the calls.
I'll talk to Joanne.
- Is Johnny okay?
- Novak, go outside.
Um, the next door neighbor says
Joanne has a niece in Kenwood
who can take care of her,
so that's good.
And apparently, uh,
Johnny has been struggling
with heart issues
for a while now, so
Calls like these
are always tough,
but at least he went
peacefully in his sleep.
- All right, it's about
a hundred feet from here
to the other side of the bay.
Let's set a one-minute timer
and see how close we get.
- Severide told me
to help you guys
with this world record
- Jeez, don't look so excited.
- I'm not excited, Capp.
I think this is
a big waste of time.
- Wait. I know what's going on.
Couples therapy is not
going so well, huh?
I hear that.
It's not helping
Brandi and me, neither.
The therapist always wants
to side with the woman.
- Uh-huh. What do you need?
- Can you steer while we pull?
- Hey.
If they can do it,
we can do it.
- Totally.
- All right.
- Okay. Put it in neutral.
- Rig's in neutral.
- Ready?
- Yeah.
- Set, go.
Come on.
- Hey. What are you doing?
- What?
- Turn around.
Turn around.
- All right, I'm good.
- How far are you guys
supposed to go?
- 100 feet.
- All right, let me know
when you wanna try again.
- We're gonna be publicly
humiliated and disgraced.
- Severide's gonna kill us.
- Severide's gonna kill us.
- You using this office
while Boden's away?
- No, not a chance.
Just grabbing something.
What's up?
- I was just down
at headquarters.
- Okay.
- I heard some talk,
and I wanted to warn you.
Paramedic Chief Robinson
is on the attack.
- Because of the--
the complaint
I filed against Lennox?
- Yeah.
Nobody talked to me directly.
They know you and I
work together.
But word is,
she's coming your way.
- Okay.
Appreciate the heads-up.
- If there's anything
I can do, let me know.
- Yeah, will do.
Thanks, Captain.
- Hey.
Do you wanna talk?
I mean, it's up to you.
- 50 years.
A whole lifetime just over
in the blink of an eye.
And suddenly she has to accept
that he's dead,
but she--she can't--
she can't let him go.
It's just
so sad.
- Yeah, it's heartbreaking.
I've noticed you have
this superpower,
this empathy that runs so deep.
You know, the way that
you connect with people,
that is such a gift.
- Yeah,
I'm not so sure anymore.
I mean, maybe today hit
a little close to home,
but that's--
that's not why I froze up.
There are perks
to being a floater.
You're always on the move
from one place to the next.
The dust never settles, really.
You never have to sit
on anything for too long.
And that worked for me.
But being here and--
and getting attached,
it's just--
it's hitting a little too hard,
which is exactly
what I was trying to avoid.
I just don't know what to do.
- Lieutenant Severide, I wanted
to speak with you in person.
I received your report
and the claims
you made against Jared Lennox.
I just want you to know
I find his actions inexcusable
and he's been released
from his duties.
What he did broke protocol
and was dangerous,
and I will not stand
for that kind of behavior.
- It was a dangerous move.
- From what I hear,
the victim is doing better,
but it could have ended badly.
Anyway, I just wanted to thank
you for your decisive action.
Keep up the good work.
- Wait, Lennox was released
from his duties?
As in he was fired?
- It's not what I was
expecting her to say.
- Yeah. Wow.
And Chief Robinson didn't
push back against the claims?
- No, not at all.
She thanked me.
- I mean, he messed up, yeah,
but I was thinking
suspension at most
while they investigated it.
He was her right-hand man.
- It's cutthroat.
- Yeah.
And with Robinson,
there's always an agenda.
- Yeah, she's got
some kinda plan.
And if she's not
coming after me,
it could be Boden
who's in her crosshairs.
When does he get back?
- Sometime next week.
I think I better
give him a call.
- Yeah.
- Hey.
Uh, we're going
for the world record.
You gotta come.
We need all the support
we can get.
- Are you coming?
- Yeah, for sure.
I'll be right there.
- Hey, Squad 4.
This apron is reserved
for real firefighters.
- That's why we're here!
- Hey.
- Hi.
- How did you hear
about all this?
- I didn't.
I, uh
I'm not asking you
to give up your career, Joe.
It's just really hard
- I know.
- But you're right.
Compromise has to be
a two-way street.
So here I am, and I'm trying.
And I'm gonna keep trying.
I'm gonna come around
the firehouse more often
and be more a part of it,
even if it does
scare the hell outta me.
- Hey, send out Tony and Capp.
- Let's go.
- Squad 4.
They set some world record
pulling their squad,
and now Capp and Tony
are trying to beat them.
Yeah, I know.
- So where are they?
- Uh, they're hiding somewhere.
They think they're
gonna fail miserably.
Actually, I should
go rally them.
- Excuse me.
Do you know where
I could find Joe Cruz?
- Hey, did you say
you're looking for Joe Cruz?
- Um
do you know him?
- Yeah.
He should be back out
in just a minute.
- I can't stay, but
would you give him this
from me?
I made it to say thank you.
The nurse said that
Joe Cruz saved my life.
His friend saved Omar,
too, my boyfriend.
I didn't know what happened
when I woke up in the hospital,
and I was so scared
Omar was gone.
But the nurse said
that these guys saved him,
saved all of us.
Which was just so--
they didn't have to do that.
- No, they did.
It's what they do.
- Maybe we should just
slip out the back.
- There you guys are.
Hey, you gotta get out there.
- We're not doing it.
- You saw how hard
we bit it yesterday.
- We'll be humiliated.
- Okay.
I wasn't gonna
tell you guys this
until right before you got
started, but you didn't fail.
All right?
Hey, I was riding the brake
the whole time.
- What?
- Yeah, you know, how,
like, uh,
runners use, um,
ankle weights to train?
I thought I was helping you
guys build up your endurance.
- For real?
- That rig is gonna be
light as a feather
compared to yesterday.
Now, go out there
and break us a world record.
- Let's roll.
- Hey.
Was that true about the brakes?
- I don't understand.
How is this urgent?
- We just need you, okay?
It's an all-hands-on-deck
It's super important.
- Come on.
- Come on!
Let's get this freak show
on the road.
- Stop stalling.
- All right, ready, Squad 3?
- Let's go, Tony!
- Come on, Capp!
- All right.
- Come on, boys!
Don't stop now, don't stop now!
- They don't got it!
- Let's go, Tony!
Let's go, Capp!
Squad 3! Squad 3! Squad 3!
- Oh, Capp! Oh! Oh! Oh!
- You got this!
- Looks like your head's
about to explode.
- Come on. Come on.
You're almost there.
- Yeah!
- No way. No way. No way.
- I think they actually did it.
- Really?
59.32 seconds.
That's the new world record.
Suck it, Squad!
- That's no record! No!
- Nice job, boys!
- Whoo!
- Nice work.
- What's the matter, Squad 4?
You don't wanna come
over here and eat crow,
like some good sports?
- We don't gotta eat nothing.
That wasn't even
an official record attempt.
- What?
- Yeah. Sorry, boys.
Hey, good effort, but it's
not a bona fide world record
unless you get an observer
from Guinness out here
to witness and verify it.
Just scheduling them
takes, like, six months,
- And it costs 1,200 bucks.
- Yeah.
- So too bad.
So sad.
You guys spent 1,200 bucks?
- To get your names
listed on a website?
- That's the dumbest thing
I ever heard.
- Hey, it's for posterity.
That's priceless.
- Posterity, you can have it.
- It's history.
- You--
- Hell yeah, Squad 3.
- Okay.
That idiocy we just witnessed,
that's how we get
through this job.
Yes, some calls will feel
like a knife to the gut.
And, hey, maybe you will
feel more
if you're not just bopping off
to the next thing.
But then, suddenly, you'll be
cheering on a bunch of goofs
pulling a squad, or maybe
they'll be cheering us on
when we enter the first ever
World EM
kickboxing championship.
If Boden were here right now,
he would tell you that
letting the dust settle at 51,
it means never having
to carry the load alone.
EMT kickboxing.
- Listen, pal--
- I'm not here to argue.
I mean, I'm not thrilled
you filed that complaint
against me,
but Chief Boden
told me to protect myself,
and I should have listened.
He's the only one who's ever
said anything like that to me.
Like, he actually gave a damn.
- He does.
- You should know,
interim DC Barnes
is officially stepping down
next week.
- That's why Robinson
let you go so fast,
so she couldn't be accused
of playing favorites.
She's cleaning house.
- She wants to be
deputy commissioner,
and she will do
whatever it takes.
- So if we want to stop her--
- We better move fast.
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