NYPD Blue s01e13 Episode Script

Abandando Abandoned

NARRATOR: Previously on NYPD Blue: I'm the new detectives' administrative aid, Donna Abandando.
He okay? You wanna maybe do this again? Yeah.
I would.
You'd start to hate me because of what you did.
- I'm just glad you're all right.
- Goodbye, Johnny.
- This was a great night for me.
- Me too.
[TELEVlSlON PLAYS] WOMAN: Yes! ANNOUNCER: lt's a power- play goal.
The Rangers have tied it 3- 3.
WOMAN: Who is it? - It's me, Greg Medavoy.
WOMAN: Just a sec.
- Hi.
- Hi.
What are you doing here? I'm sorry, if it's a bad time.
Maybe you got company.
- Are you kidding? Come in.
- Hi.
I chanced you'd be home.
The Rangers are playing in Toronto.
They're on the cable.
You want a beer or something? No, I don't think so.
- So.
- Yeah.
So, what a nice surprise.
I wanted to tell you that I moved out of my house.
I've left my wife.
- Oh, my God.
- Yeah.
- Maybe I will have that beer after all.
- Yeah.
When did all this happen? Tonight.
A couple of hours ago.
I got a room over at the Days lnn.
- Here.
- Oh, thanks.
To tell you the truth, Donna, part of why I did it is because of these feelings that I have for you.
This sense that there's a certain chemistry between us.
I've been lying awake nights.
All I think about is you.
I think about you too.
- Does your wife know about me? - No! There's nothing to tell.
Nothing's happened.
Donna, I've been dying inside.
I'm a 40- year- old man.
I've been married since I was 22 years old.
You know, m- m- maybe I'm at fault but it seems like my wife's not interested in me anymore.
I mean, we don't talk, there's no romance no, y- y- you know, sex.
And I thought, I'm no good at lying, you know.
I- I- I don't want to cheat on her.
So if anything was gonna happen here y- y- you know, between you and me - I- I- I had to leave.
- Boy.
Look I didn't mean to dump this whole thing on you like this.
I mean, nothing's happened between us.
I should probably go if, you know-- - I mean.
- Shh.
- Maybe you're not even interested.
- Gregory, I'm interested.
I can't-- I can't believe this.
I'm all yours, detective.
- Oh, b-- - "Ohb"? Oh, boy.
Abandando Abandoned I'm Sharon Lasalle.
I'll be working upstairs in the Squad.
Welcome to the Lower East Side.
Upstairs, straight.
SHARON: Thanks.
- Good morning.
- Yes.
FANCY: Excuse me.
Excuse me, guys.
- You okay? - I'm fine.
- How about yourself? - Fine.
- Any regrets? - No, no regrets.
KELLY: I'll call you back.
- Hey, Sharon.
- Hey, Johnny.
- How you doing? SHARON: Good.
- Good to see you.
- Yeah.
Guys, Sharon Lasalle.
We went to the academy together.
- Tops in the class.
- Hey.
She'll be with us, coming from Special Victims.
- This is Andy Sipowicz.
- I heard about you.
- Same here.
Want to meet the lieutenant? How you doing? SHARON: A little nervous.
- You'll do great.
Lieutenant, Sharon Lasalle.
- How do you do? KELLY: Talk to you later.
- Welcome to Squad.
Have a seat.
- Thank you.
- You've got a fan in John Kelly.
- That's mutual.
- You were in the academy together? - Yeah, and our first detail.
- You'll be with John and Andy Sipowicz.
- Great.
Greg Medavoy and James Martinez are on that team.
John will introduce you.
We don't have a female locker room.
We set aside the restroom by lnterview 2.
The interview room has a locker.
Well, that's fine.
For now.
- My husband's coming for lunch, okay? - No problem, if nothing comes in.
- How's Danny doing? - He's great.
- He's heading university security? - Just starting.
I know he'll miss the job, but he seems real happy.
Grab the desk behind Detective Martinez.
I'll check with you later.
Thank you.
SHARON: Hi, Sharon Lasalle.
MARTINEZ: I'm James Martinez.
- She's the goods, huh? - Oh, yeah.
- She ought to be.
Danny DeLuca's wife.
KELLY: You worked Robbery with him? - He could work a case.
And tough.
- Good guy.
One in a long line of successful cop marriages.
Forbes to see Kelly.
Detective Kelly.
Oh, there you go, John, your favorite sauce head.
- It's Paul again.
- Come on in.
Sit down.
My husband went too far this time, and I want something done about it.
Go ahead.
Well, last night 1 0:00, Paul came in polluted.
He started by attacking me verbally and progressed to smacking me around.
Look at these bruises.
When I told him that I couldn't tolerate it he threw a bottle of vodka at my head.
Anything else? What else does he have to do? What does he have to do? Break my arms? Beat my head in with a shoe? What's it take to move you assholes? What it'll take is for you to see it through.
No withdrawing complaints.
You have to make the necessary appearances.
Will you? - Absolutely.
KELLY: Absolutely.
In 1 8 months, you've given 1 1 statements.
You drop charges or miss arraignments.
This time, you call and let him know exactly what's going to happen to him.
In addition to or instead of arresting him? He's afraid of you.
If you call, he'll stop.
Then I won't drag him to court.
- Everybody's happier.
- Here we go.
FORBES: What? Where? - Let's go.
I gotta go back to work.
- You can't do this.
- You're gonna go.
Let's go.
Come on.
You won't treat your alcoholism, or complete a complaint.
How can I help? If you don't call my husband, I'll scream here.
That's your choice.
I'll call an ambulance, and you'll spend the day in a straitjacket.
Whatever happens to me is on your head.
- Fine.
- Fine.
Get your hands off of me.
These stairs are not maintained.
- Hey, John.
- Hey.
She's inside.
lncoming civilian for you.
SlPOWlCZ: Hey, look who's here.
- Danny.
DELUCA: Hey, Andy.
- How are you? SlPOWlCZ: Good.
Good to see you.
- How you doing? DELUCA: Really good.
- There's your lady.
- Thanks.
Hi, sweetie.
- Tell me about the chancellor.
DELUCA: Seems like a nice guy.
- He wants to meet you.
- I'll be sure to wear my cap and gown.
Don't wisecrack, there's a great setup on employees accessing the school.
Spouses and children too.
I don't think I'll be taking any courses too soon.
And they'll look strange at boys, I'm saying, down the road, it's a great tuition setup and so forth.
Anyways, I'm gonna like it.
He liked my ideas about security down in the physical plant.
It's gonna take a little settling in.
I'm not crazy about my sergeant.
He's probably at lunch with his wife, complaining about his new boss.
Hey, I'm a boss now.
- And I am gonna audit some courses.
- Good.
- ltalian art, I'll audit.
- Good.
DELUCA: I'll take you, and we'll see the real paintings.
Then I'm getting fresh with you in a canal boat.
You got any cash? - Call in a robbery to 91 1.
- You got a phone? Don't jump them till I get there.
- Detective Lasalle.
- Hands on the dash! Police! Ninth and Stiverson.
Drop it.
Drop it! - Danny, watch out.
MAN: Oh, my God.
Two white males in ski masks.
MAN 1: Get up! MAN 2: What happened? I'm sorry, I thought that you were involved.
- That's okay.
All right.
- I had the wrong getaway car.
- See if anybody's hurt.
- Help! Please.
My boss is dead! - He's dead! - Is anyone else inside? One of the robbers and my boss.
They shot each other.
They're dead.
Help! Help get him out! I'm a detective.
Call an ambulance.
My husband's shot and two inside.
Rush a couple ambulances.
We got three shot, two DOA.
Ninth and Stiverson.
You, come with me.
VC9 is the first, is all I got on the plates.
VC9 is the first three pieces on the plate.
Okay, you're okay.
It's not bad.
- Maybe give it to the radio car - Yeah.
- because you're all upset.
- Okay, yeah.
VC9 is the first three digits on the license plate.
OFFICER: Got it.
- You hold on.
- I'm okay.
- You hold on.
Don't give up.
- I'm all right.
I'm okay.
- I know you are.
Just wait.
Come on.
Look at me.
Don't let go.
- I love you.
- I love you.
You don't let go.
You come on.
You don't let go.
You don't let go.
I want no problem with unmarked cars.
I want enough equipment.
He was DOA at the hospital.
He died in the ambulance.
- Okay.
DONNA: Hi, detectives.
You want a cup of coffee? DRIVER: No, thanks.
- Anything off the scene? - The shotgun.
We're working to get the prints off that now.
Checking the surveillance tape from the place.
Andy's talking to the double- parked guy.
Says it was quick.
We're taking him through it.
What about you? I've got Robbery lntelligence checking for similar patterns.
Auto Crime's working on that partial plate.
Sharon called.
When she's done at the hospital, she's coming back over here.
Let's reach out to Narcotics and the DEA.
- Okay, we're talking to our stools.
- James, check with the dispatcher.
Get the partial plate over the air, every 30 minutes.
- Okay, lieutenant.
FANCY: Okay.
- He'd been off the force two weeks? - Two and a half, she said.
- How old were his kids? - 6 and 8.
All right, let's go to work.
[PHONE RINGS] DONNA: Hold on, would you? One moment, please.
Detective Medavoy line two.
DONNA: Hi, I'm back.
DONNA: Let me call you when I get home.
- Hi.
Look, this isn't a good time to talk right now.
An ex- cop was killed, trying to stop a robbery.
No, I can't.
Not tonight.
Marie, come on.
You think I like this? You think a [PHONE RINGS] - You think I don't miss my family? - 1 5th.
DONNA: One moment, please.
- Look, I-- Look, I-- I can't have this conversation now.
I can't do it.
I can't-- I'm gonna have to call you back, okay? Okay, bye.
OFFICER: Have a seat.
DONNA: Detective Kelly, Mrs.
He'll be right with you.
FORBES: Detective Kelly, if you don't mind.
Paul beat me again, thanks to your refusal to call him.
I've filled out the whole form, and it's been typed.
Now, this should make your job a lot easier, shouldn't it? Let me see the form.
Okay, I'll send somebody to arrest him now.
- Not at work.
He's on thin ice.
- We'll get him where we find him.
If not, take this back.
- No.
- No? - If that's the only way.
Then do it.
- Okay.
FORBES: Arrest the son of a bitch.
KELLY: Okay.
- You work on that, okay? MRS.
FORBES: Will you do it? I'm gonna do it.
Hey, come here.
Come on, come in here with me.
KELLY: Come here.
Come here, come here.
You okay? A man's gonna be able to see, they said, with Danny's eyes.
- Yeah, that's good.
- Yeah, that's good.
- Would you come home with me? - Sure.
- I know you want to work the case.
- No, I'll come with you.
When you want to go? My sister's bringing the kids home from school.
- Okay.
- I'd like to tell them.
- You want to go? - We should.
- Okay.
- I don't want them to hear on the TV.
- All right.
Come on, let's go.
- Okay, yeah.
All right.
Could you talk to them? I've gotta pull myself together.
KELLY: Sure.
Let me talk to you guys, right here.
My name's John, and you're Peter.
Yeah, he's Jimmy.
My mom says you're a cop.
That's how I know your folks.
- Our dad was shot.
- I know.
I know.
You know, when I wasn't much older than you guys my dad, who was a cop just like your dad, he was shot too.
I remember when it happened, all these cops came over to the house.
And they were telling me how my dad died a hero.
But inside me, I just felt like he was gone.
He was a great dad too.
KELLY: He was a great dad, wasn't he? - Yeah.
You know what I did? I thought of my dad, I was proud of my dad as a hero and a great dad.
You know what I mean? Both.
[PHONE RINGS] Let me tell you a secret.
The next couple of days are gonna be really tough on your mom.
- They'll be hard on you too.
SHARON: Hello.
But they'll be really tough on your mom.
What I think we should do is make this as easy as possible on her, okay? It's Andy.
I'll be right back, guys.
Uh- huh.
No, no, wait for me.
Yeah, okay.
They got an lD and address off that print.
- The guy that shot? - Yeah, they're getting him.
- You okay? - Yeah, go.
- You sure? - Mm- hm.
All right.
Hey, guys.
- You want to be buddies? - Yeah.
You know what buddies do? Buddies stay in touch, and they talk about things.
Okay? You want to be buddies? I'll tell you what we'll do.
I'm gonna give both of you, one each, my card.
That's how you stay in touch.
There's a number right on that card, okay? How about a hug? Come here.
Buddies hug, right? - Give me a hug.
- You better go, Johnny.
KELLY: All right.
Here you go.
So we got a deal.
You'll call me, and you'll call me.
Right? Okay, guys, take it easy.
I'll talk to you soon.
See you later.
COOPER: Hey, take it easy, will you? Take it easy.
Slow down! - You want us to take him to Emergency? - No.
We'll take him.
COOPER: Hey, I gotta go to a hospital.
KELLY: We got it, thanks.
COOPER: Why we stopping? We should go to a hospital.
A cop got killed, you scumbag! Now, you listen to me! You were outside.
You dropped the shotgun while someone in that getaway car killed that man.
You were an accessory.
You want that to mean something, then give up those guys.
If I don't go to a hospital, I'm gonna die here! - So that's a no on plan A? - Come on, man.
Kelly, you want to hand me my gloves? What are you doing? What's going on here? I'll have to operate here in the car.
- That's your only chance.
- For God sake, he'll kill me.
A cop died, you son of a bitch.
If you want to get to a hospital and avoid extremely painful surgery then give up the names of those guys.
Okay, okay.
Curtis Perriman was the driver.
I don't know the other guy.
- Got an address.
COOPER: I don't know.
I got an address.
I'll give it up.
Just get me to a hospital, all right? SlPOWlCZ: Dr.
Kelly? Here's a stolen vehicle report for you.
PERRIMAN: I want a lawyer.
SlPOWlCZ: Yeah, okay, right.
- I'm asking for a lawyer.
- Should I go out and hail one? We'll work it out.
- Up we go.
- He was transferred to Bronx Narcotics.
[PHONE RINGS] Just a second, please.
Detective Medavoy, it's your daughter.
Jamie? Hi, honey.
I miss you too.
How was school? Don't cry, Jamie, come on.
That's not true.
It's not your fault.
You tell your sister I said so.
I love you and your sister and I love Mommy too.
It's just that sometimes mommies and daddies have to get away from each other for a while, to figure out their problems.
You know, like Kevin Appley's mom and dad.
What? Who told you that? Yeah, well you tell Bobby Walden that that's not true.
It's none of his business who Kevin Appley's mother was intercoursing.
Does-- Does Katie want to talk to me? Oh.
Well, tell her I love her anyway, even if she hates me.
DONNA: Hi, he's not in.
I did give him the message.
Yeah, maybe.
Listen, honey, I gotta run.
I got crimes to solve.
SlPOWlCZ: Come on, asshole, let's go.
- I love you too.
[PHONE RINGS] Anybody hear me ask for a lawyer? KELLY: You want a lawyer? You can have one.
But take a minute, shut your mouth, and let us tell you where you stand.
That's your specialty, Curtis? Taking off check- cashing places? We looked at one from last month.
Guess who was on the security tape? - But that means nothing.
KELLY: Leo gave you up.
We know you were in the getaway car.
That's a done deal.
The only thing you got is if you were driving, you didn't shoot the cop.
That's good for you.
SlPOWlCZ: That's if you were driving.
If we don't get the triggerman, we'll go with you.
Curtis, the only guy who's getting a deal here is the wheelman.
I can have a DA come and cut a deal.
He wants a lawyer to tell him to shut up and go on trial for cop- killing.
- Hey, wait now.
- No, no waiting.
You request an attorney, we stop talking.
You'll be constitutionally protected from being saved 50 years, Curtis.
- 50 years in the joint.
- Okay, forget about the lawyer.
You're sure you don't want a lawyer? Yeah, I'm sure.
ADA Costas, Curtis Perriman wants to deal on the DeLuca shooting.
I can't deal with him.
- He's ready to give us a cop killer.
- I heard him request an attorney.
He'll tell you he doesn't want a lawyer.
COSTAS: He can't rescind without counsel.
Now everything you get is tainted and unusable.
- It's tainted? - That's right.
I inform you that if asked in court, I'll say what I heard.
Get him a lawyer before he offers any solid information.
He's got no lawyer.
He'll get a legal aid who'll delay making any decisions.
Meanwhile, the shooter's in Cleveland.
If you get the shooter from testimony given without counsel he will walk out of court.
Do what I'm telling you.
Get him an attorney.
My office will deal.
PAUL: Detective Kelly.
- Mr.
Forbes, what are you doing here? I was released after my wife withdrew the charge.
- What do you want? - Look at this video.
- See whose complaint you took.
- I don't have time.
- She assaults me.
- You want that on record? - Take it downstairs.
- She attacks me with a bag of ice.
- She smashes a lamp-- - Take it downstairs.
- You hear? Go downstairs.
- She can have me arrested? I bring evidence, which she never had, and you do nothing? She do you any oral favors? You better stop now.
PAUL: She's done oral favors for less-- In 30 seconds, I'll put you in for disorderly conduct.
- I'll leave the tape.
- I'll add littering.
That's your client, and that's pretty incriminating.
Any jury would convict.
I thought that we were here about the DeLuca shooting.
The tape's a sure three- to- five.
I'll add the homicide from yesterday-- No, all that you have to implicate my client on that homicide is the allegation of a criminal.
We can put Mr.
Perriman away forever.
And there were some ambiguities with the assignment of counsel.
We're offering a good package and your opportunity is limited.
Would you be so insistent if you believed your case? His partner rats, he's on tape using the same m.
a month ago.
The getaway car is being dusted.
We got him.
The man is guilty.
The question is how much time he does.
Perriman could be home before he's 30, or it's 25 to life.
- Even you can figure those numbers.
KELLY: Andy.
Tell me the offer again.
See what they have to say about it.
- Hi, Sharon.
How's it going? - Hey, Andy.
- Hey.
- Any progress? We're close to getting the guy who shot Danny.
- How'd it go with the union? - No good.
I get his Columbian Society benefits - but his pension, we chose plan B.
- Yeah.
- At 46, we thought, take the benefits.
- Yeah.
- We'll work something out.
- Yeah.
- ADA Costas, Detective Lasalle.
- Condolences.
KELLY: What? SHARON: You got something? He's recommending the offer.
You'll get a name.
SlPOWlCZ: Police! Get inside! Get inside! Freeze! KELLY: Get back! Get back! SlPOWlCZ: Come out here.
OFFICER: Let's go.
- We're looking for Donald Clayton.
CLAYTON: He's not here.
SlPOWlCZ: Is he your son? - Yes.
SlPOWlCZ: Where is he? - I don't know.
KELLY: We're clear.
- Your son killed a police officer.
CLAYTON: God, no.
If you know where he is, tell him to surrender.
- This is how we're looking for him.
- What do you mean? He's better off in court than on the street.
Tell him that.
KELLY: You know where he is? - No.
But he calls me.
SlPOWlCZ: You just let him know how we're looking.
What's your name, darling? Donna Abandando.
You're Norman Gardner, the TV reporter.
Donna, would you tell Lieutenant Arthur Fancy I'd like to see him? It's better if I tell him why.
That's between me and him.
I won't waste his time, because I never waste mine.
- Can I help you, Mr.
Gardner? - You can.
In my office.
- Hey.
- You know what he's doing here? I got an idea.
This prick we're after will surrender to him.
- Is this about Clayton? GARDNER: Here's the deal.
My guy's afraid he's gonna take a beating.
To ease him, I'll follow him from the street through booking.
Not the interrogation, but I'll cover when he comes out say he wasn't mistreated, and follow him to his cell-- - That won't happen.
- I don't see a choice.
Don't you? Suppose we announce you're setting unreasonable terms.
We tell this perp to contact some other reporter.
You're not the only hustler with a minicam in the city.
What would be your plan? You can set up outside, walk him to the station, wish him well.
He's putting his safety in my hands.
I'm obliged to ensure my promises.
You want to stay in his cell? You, him and a bar of soap.
Don't bust my balls, lieutenant.
You let me bring the camera in, I'll give him to you personally.
Give him to Kelly and Sipowicz by the front desk.
- On camera, inside? - Downstairs.
- Can I interview the detectives? - If they'll talk.
When? I think I can get him here quick.
Is he in a truck down the block? - I think I can get him here quick.
- Kelly, Sipowicz.
What's the next Chevy Chase want? He'll give you the shooter inside the front door.
- On camera? - On camera.
Keep it brief.
Get the guy upstairs.
- When's he coming? - Anytime.
- Can I call Sharon to be here? - Go ahead.
This is the front of the 1 5th Precinct.
Momentarily, I'll exit and return with accused cop killer, Jimmy Clayton.
Clayton claims his innocence and fears for his life.
He feels the only safe way to give up is with my help and under your watchful eyes, please stay tuned.
Excuse me, fellas.
Detectives? I'm Sipowicz, he's Kelly, so you can insult us.
I say things for my viewers.
They dislike cops.
Today's just your day.
- I think you're doing terrific.
- You wanna bring him? Bring him in.
- Detective Kelly, this is your case? - Yeah, we all worked on it.
You want pictures of us together for your families, it's no problem.
And people say you're an asshole.
Yeah, you ready? Bring him in.
My assistant just turned Jimmy Clayton over to me.
Did you kill retired Detective Daniel DeLuca? CLAYTON: I killed nobody.
They need a scapegoat.
I'm poor and white, and nobody will stand up for me.
KELLY: You're under arrest.
- Jimmy Clayton has been arrested.
KELLY: You have the right.
CLAYTON: You're damn right.
KELLY: If you can't.
Did you tell his mother, "Jimmy would do better in court than on the street?" Nope.
GARDNER: They thought he'd be killed by police before he could surrender.
- How do you respond, detective? KELLY: He's being arrested for murder.
GARDNER: You agreed to an interview, now you're running.
Are you gonna break your promises for his safety? Nobody made any promises about your safety.
You sucked enough blood.
KELLY: All right.
Turn to the side.
Did you ever think you were that ugly? How you doing? I asked Johnny to tell me when they got the guy.
I don't know you well, I hope you'll forgive me.
You here for a look? Am I thinking of taking the guy out? Maybe if there weren't two kids in the picture.
SlPOWlCZ: Hey, I said, relax.
KELLY: Sharon? Do you recognize any of these people? - No.
SHARON: That's my family.
See the smiling man holding the two kids? CLAYTON: What is this? - My husband.
- She's talking! - That was my husband.
You killed him yesterday.
You see these children? That is Peter and that's Jimmy.
CLAYTON: I didn't do it.
SHARON: Yeah, you did it.
You'll do the time for it, you piece of garbage.
- You took my children's father.
- I have nothing to say.
You know what? You'll be a really big hero in the joint.
You killed a cop.
I'm sorry it happened out that way.
FANCY: Good night, Medavoy.
- Good night, Donna.
DONNA: Good night, lieutenant.
- Hi.
- Hi.
I hope you got stock in the phone company.
- Yeah, I've been having a lot of calls.
- Your family loves you.
- How you doing with all that? - Awful.
Are you going back? She says she really wants to try to put things back together.
Marie says she really wants to try.
She says I didn't give her a chance, that I didn't express my unhappiness.
I know I got problems in that area, you know, saying what's on my mind.
- Not with me.
- Yeah, not so much with you.
Anyways, with the kids and all I figure I owe it to them to give it a shot.
You know, I'd hate for you to think that I was lying about leaving home and everything just to get you in, in, in.
- Bed? - Bed, yeah.
I don't think you lied.
But you got to understand, Gregory there's no way we can see each other romantically if you're back with her.
- I know.
- I did that with a New York Ranger and I swore never again.
I understand.
You may be the best thing that ever happened to me, Donna.
Good night, Greg.
I'll see you tomorrow.
MEDAVOY: Good night, Andy.
- I'll see you.
I hope you weren't talking to him without his counsel there.
- They wanted a deal.
- You didn't give-- I didn't give them dick.
I didn't want your case to go away.
You had a point.
I sometimes overlook the niceties.
- Listen, you hungry? - Yeah.
Come on, I'll take you out to dinner.
Come on.
- Kelly.
- You okay? - I'm gonna be okay.
- I know you're gonna be okay.
- Yeah.
You know, when Danny was alive I always felt how he loved me.
I felt it even when we were apart.
Carried it with me all the time.
I mean, I'm my own woman, you know.
I know who I am.
It wasn't like Danny's love made me anything I wasn't.
But it made me feel very, very good.
And I still feel that now.
I still feel his love for me and that's gonna make me strong for the boys and doing what I gotta do.
But the thing is I'm not gonna have Danny with me.
At the end of the day, I'm not gonna have him to hold me.
And uh.
That's gonna be very hard.
Would you drive me home and look in on the boys? - I would absolutely drive you home.
- Thanks.
Excuse me.
- There's an incoherent woman here.
- I want to see you now.
Give me a moment.
You are not talking to me.
I don't have time.
Sit on this bench and wait till somebody gets to you.
Sit right there and wait.
There you go.
What's going on with your arm? It's just a flesh cut.
It's not bleeding.
Can you wait? - Yeah, I gotta make a few calls.
- Okay, thanks.
Okay, Mrs.
Forbes, come on.
I want to hear it.
Please sit down.
Right there.
I can see you know it's about my husband.
Tell me what happened.
You know us, detective, always fighting, like two bobcats in a bag.
Then we made up.
We would drink and make up.
I told him-- I told him, I said: "Please don't listen to the news radio when I'm watching the tape machine.
" KELLY: Okay.
- I told him, and he ignored me.
- Tell me what happened.
And I said to him, I said, "You're gonna have to answer to me.
" And he never did.
And I stabbed him in the back of the neck with a knife.
How bad did you stab him? Oh, bad.
Very bad.
He died on me, the son of a bitch.
- I'll send a radio car to check it out.
- I know.
- Come on.
- Okay.
We'll go in an interview room.
- Come on.
- I saw you looking over here.
KELLY: That's enough.
Let's go.
FORBES: You think you're better, you're not.
- We loved each other.
KELLY: That's enough.
- We had something.
KELLY: That's enough.
FORBES: I don't know what I'll do without him.