Pretty Hard Cases (2021) s02e12 Episode Script

Ribbon Cutting

1 I had intercourse with Steve.
I just don't think that I'm good enough for you.
- The guy was guilty! - But you beat up a kid! You can't protect me? You're supposed to be my partner.
Looks like a teenage boy moved in around here.
I didn't think you'd be back yet.
So a teenage boy did move? Your daughter is smuggling drugs for the Pandilla Quince.
- You have to let her go.
- We'll see what we can do.
This is the place that's going to save my reputation.
- I'll support the funding.
- So, Adeline has someone inside covering her tracks Which means the OCE has a dirty cop.
- Where's my mother? - She's with me.
I need you to put it in the system that I've been arrested.
If Adeline killed her own brother, she will kill my mother in a heartbeat.
Take ten minutes, go grab a sandwich, I got you.
I'm officially corrupt.
I just want you to know that word spread about my arrest, - just like we planned.
- You're under arrest.
Oh, my God, Mom.
You're okay.
I'm back, and if you don't mind, I'd like my seat.
I'm gonna take you up on that job offer.
Head of security.
You know that cop, the one who tried to frame me for the shooting? He's here.
This VIP terminal is the Coyotes' new way of smuggling in pink coke.
I guess you get to see boss man.
So nice to see you, Deputy Mayor.
Hmm, get me out of this God forsaken city with the psychotic book-clubbers.
Mark my words, this never would've happened in Florida.
I think you're just as likely to get abducted in Florida.
I mean, do you read People magazine? I intend to drive into my gated condo and resume a nice, quiet life of golfing, and gardening, and G&Ts.
Mom.
You really were quite remarkable.
What I'm trying to say is you're my hero.
Really, you are so smart, and funny and interesting.
And I think you're really kind.
I mean, albeit in your own particular way.
Yeah.
Look where you got it from.
I'm gonna miss you.
- Mmm, your shirt smells kind of musty.
- What? Did you leave it sitting in the dryer for too long? You know what? Let's hit the road, please.
- You did.
I'm sure you did.
- No, I didn't.
No, I didn't, actually, I laid it on top of the dryer like you taught me.
Can you just open the door, please? Richie, I'm glad you got your own place, but you need to quit that airport job.
We both know it's bad news over there.
And right now, you got a lot of good things going, so you need to keep your head down and your nose clean.
I'm not leaving Dane.
I gotta get him out of there.
Okay, Richie, this is not the time for you to be a hero, okay? Imma be that asshole right now that's gonna quote your favourite movie back at you.
"You're a good man with a good heart, and it is hard for a good man to be a king.
" - See, that was a mistake.
- Eh? 'Cause now you know what I gotta say back to that, right? What do you have to say? I can decide what kind of king I'm gonna be.
Open it.
Mm-hmm Richie Yeah, I don't have the receipt, so if, you know, you wanted to return it, I'm sorry.
Ladies, I need a moment.
Oh God, do you think she knows? Knows what? Like, knows that I arrested Adeline before she was actually arrested? - Now, she's gonna fire me? - Calm down.
She's asking to see both of us.
She doesn't know anything.
I read your Terminal V reports.
Okay, that's great.
Fantastic, so You're seeing what we're seeing? What I'm seeing is a list of their board of directors.
A who's who of the most wealthy, powerful, influential men and women in the city.
Big business.
Politicians, cops, lawyers, judges, you name it, they are on that board.
So if and whew, this is a big if.
If you are gonna make this case, it has to be bulletproof.
It has to be waterproof, bombproof.
Tsunami-proof! Every "T" crossed.
Every "I" dotted.
Cover your asses, and mine.
Tell me now if you don't understand what I'm saying.
We do.
Okay.
Shoo.
I'm the furthest thing from bulletproof.
Later for that.
Now, we focus.
Just how can I focus when I'm this dirty, dirty, dirty, terrible, corrupt Hey.
Don't wig out on me, okay, Wazowski? You did a bad thing, but for a very good reason.
And if you own up to it, which you do not need to do, you'll get thrown off this case, and we will be down one excellent cop at a time when we need her the most.
Do you need a moment? That's what I'm saying, Terminal V, five years in the making.
Deputy Mayor Briggs lobbying, pushing through permits.
Will French handling logistics and construction.
Hey.
- Morning, Detective.
- Uh, morning.
Okay, so Now, we got pink cocaine coming up from Mexico.
Local distributors include bikers, mafia, and real estate agent Will French, who we now learn was figuratively in bed with Deputy Mayor Marley Briggs.
Briggs has now opened up a private airport terminal five minutes from the GTA international airport.
No checks and balances, little to no security, and private planes coming up from the US, from Mexico, from South America.
It's basically the perfect gateway for cartel cocaine.
Except we have nothing on Briggs.
We caught her daughter with pink cocaine? Mmm, okay.
That's a maybe.
We have Adeline in holding.
We could take another run at her.
Ooh, ooh, that's good.
I like that.
We've got Michaels doing security for Briggs and doing favours for the Coyotes.
- I mean, that's not nothing.
- Mmm.
That's not nothing.
It's a bold move.
Mama likes a bold move.
Can I help you with something? We have questions about why you quit the force and started working for Deputy Mayor Briggs at her brand new private airport which we believe is a front for smuggling pink cocaine.
I was working as head of security at Terminal V, a job that I decided to leave this week.
You quit? Why? Because I prefer mowing my lawn, and the job wasn't for me.
Gabrielle told us that you forced her to drop Zorka's charges.
And we also know you like to do favours for Briggs, and we know that she's connected to the cartel.
We're onto her, Michaels.
It's only a matter of time.
So we can bring you in right now for interfering with Zorka's fraud charges, or we can all just, like, sit down, you can tell us what you know, because your cooperation, it really would go a long way.
Allow me to put on some pants.
You have to calm down.
I can't catch my breath! My throat is closing up.
What's going on here? She's allergic to the paint on the walls.
Stuart, there's lead in this paint, I can feel it off-gassing, I can't stay here.
I'm not Stu, and you're not allergic to the paint.
Sit down, I got some questions for you.
I don't know anything, and I'm not faking it, I have asthma.
And it gets worse when I'm tired or I'm hungry and haven't eaten, because PJ will not feed me! No, she wouldn't eat.
She said she was allergic to the peanut butter sandwiches.
Well, lucky for you, you're moving out of hotel holding tomorrow, and going to good ol' jail, where you're gonna stay until your hearing.
Why, Stuart? Because you're of no use to us anymore.
I mean, you don't know anything, right? No, you can't put me in a place with a bunch of strangers.
They're gonna get me.
Coyotes could be anywhere, anyone.
- He could be one.
- I am not a Coyote.
Adam was in police custody.
They got to him, didn't they? All right, listen to me.
I'll make you a deal.
You cough up some solid evidence on Molina's connection to Briggs, and I'll be your transport.
You want safe passage? Work for it.
Ooh, ooh! Swish! Yo.
Something's not right here, man.
Who cares?! The hours are good, and we're making crazy money.
Look, some suit from Bogota came through last week, - tipped me a c-note.
- Exactly.
With money like that thrown around, you really think there's not gonna be a catch? Then consider me caught up.
Let's start with Deputy Mayor Briggs.
How did you meet her? Fundraiser.
She was a city councillor, we were both rising through the ranks.
It was practical and political.
She'd just been elected deputy mayor, she called me for a favour.
She said a friend of hers had been arrested on minor fraud charges, and could I make them go away.
- Zorka Farkas.
- Then I got promoted to OCE, and the next time I saw her was when Briggs' daughter was arrested.
Is that why you got promoted, because of Deputy Mayor Briggs? I don't know.
I wondered.
Then, you guys found Adeline's thumb drive.
Evidence against Enrique Molina, new head of the Sinaloa cartel.
When Briggs heard about it, she told me to get rid of the evidence.
- Or? - Or she'd tell Shanks and Hill that I'd misunderstood our conversation about Zorka Farkas, and that I'd finessed the fraud charge in an attempt to curry favour with a person in power.
So instead, you damaged crucial evidence and framed me for it.
I'm sorry.
I was stuck, and I covered my ass.
Maybe it hasn't happened to you guys, but it happens.
Hey.
Transporting Adeline French? It's a bad idea, brother.
Yeah, well, I made a promise.
Quid pro quo.
Adeline and Will shared a safety deposit box.
She gave me permission to go in there without having to get a warrant.
The box contained Will's financial records.
E-transfers from his private accounts to Adam Gentle.
Proof that he was laundering.
Don't say anything just yet, okay? I could really use a win.
Okay.
But what does this have to do with Briggs and Enrique? This.
The other half of the puzzle.
Adeline said that it's got even more proof of Enrique's indiscretions, plus all of Gentle's records.
Who got money when.
Now, if she's right about this thing, this could link every player, including Briggs, to the cartel.
Mm-hmm, have you looked at it? Let me guess.
You get her there safely, she gives you the decryption code.
I could decrypt this thing right now.
No, I already tried, it's got a dead man's trigger on it.
Deletes itself if you run any kind of software on it.
I got the crown to give her solitary confinement up until the time of her hearing.
If I can get Adeline to Grand Valley, she'll give me the code.
This is dangerous, man.
For you and her.
What if she's right, and the cartel does have a price on her head? You want to nail Briggs or not? Of course.
But I don't trust Adeline.
She's gonna finesse you.
- Maybe I should - You should what? You should do this instead of me? Okay, tough guy, 'cause what, you can see through her game, but I can't? No, I'm a nice guy, she will finesse the hell out of me too.
She's a master manipulator.
Let's just play it safe.
Figure out a way to open up the files, let Bloch and the ETF guys take her in.
I can handle her, okay? Believe me, I'm not as nice as you all think that I am.
You ever seen Briggs with members of the cartel? Any mention of a Coyote alliance or any sign of pink cocaine? I only worked there for two weeks.
The terminal is in soft opening mode, I didn't see anything.
Soft opening.
What, there's a hard opening? - Yes, tomorrow.
- What do you mean? There's a private ribbon cutting with the board of directors, and all the VIPs.
What? Brad, you are never gonna be a hero, but maybe maybe you can be our inside man.
Deputy! Uh, they told me you were in here.
What do you want, Brad? I made a mistake.
I would very much like my job back.
I was adjusting to leaving the force so abruptly, I made a rash decision, very unlike me, and I apologize.
I'm sorry, you're too late.
Jeff! I'd like to introduce you to my new head of security, Jeff Keegan.
Hey, Brad.
Good to see you.
Our plan to use Michaels as the inside man didn't work, 'cause guess who showed up to take his place? - Jeff Keegan.
- Right? Just when you think it couldn't get any worse.
Okay, so, where are you guys at with Adeline? Uh, nothing solid yet, but I'm still working on it.
Naz even offered to transport her to Grand Valley tomorrow.
What? Oh God, no, no, no.
That's a terrible idea.
- You can't transport a sociopath.
- What do you care, Sam? Okay, okay, guys? Can we focus? Michaels said that they're planning on doing a private ribbon cutting tomorrow.
Just the board of directors, the VIPs So what about that? We plant one of our team, - maybe as a VIP, scout it out.
- Briggs has seen me, she's been here, so she's probably seen every one of us.
But if Briggs is in as deep as you say she is, she's probably got a whole file on each one of us.
Yeah, but even if you put one of our people in to pose as VIP, Michaels said that there needs to be an introduction Why the hell would I call my mother? She hasn't visited me here once.
- Not one time.
- Sorry, Lorraine.
- That must be really rough.
- Do you know what's rough? Prison.
Prison is rough.
We might be able to help you with that.
How? Can you get me like, an extra soft mattress, or a straightening iron, or some weed would be great to just take off the edge, 'cause prison is Lorraine, if you could introduce your mother to someone over the phone, maybe we could patch you out.
I don't know what that means.
We would drop your charges.
If you cooperate.
- Are you serious? - Yeah, we are.
Okay.
Okay.
Um Oh wait, would my mom get in trouble though? 'Cause I mean, she's a bitch, but she's still my mom.
Lorraine, listen, um We think it's your mother who set you up to bring in the drugs.
It's a long story, but we think your mother's connected to the Mexican cartel.
Someone knew you were travelling back and forth from Mexico.
Someone gave Anthony your personal cell number.
Someone also knew that you were, let's say, vulnerable to attractive men who would promise you the world.
Lorraine, you were a pawn.
Let's go get the queen.
It's fine, Mom.
I know you're busy.
I really am.
It's been absolutely insane with this airport project.
Well, that's actually what I wanted to talk to you about.
I have this friend, we've been sharing a room recently.
Well, technically, it's a cell.
Um but she was in for fraud charges, and she's out now.
Lorraine, how does this concern me? Well, she's filthy rich.
Well, at least her boyfriend is, and she's interested in joining your airport.
Oh.
So I can give her your number? I believe everyone deserves a second chance.
I've run my campaigns on it.
I might even be able to meet her today.
What's her name? Bree.
Bree Argawal.
You really think would people believe I'm a millionaire fraudster? No.
But they will believe mizzbreethebizz is.
I took a stroll through your ViewPix.
Little Photoshop, et voilà.
- Whoa.
- Hmm? I'm starting to see it.
Okay.
I'm Briggs, you're VIP.
Go.
Hey! Mayor Briggs, what's happening? I'd be interested in hearing more about your operation.
I mean, no.
N-Not like super interested.
I mean I would be down, if you ever wanted to tell me more about it.
Okay, okay.
Breann, um Uh What we're really looking for is a look.
- Okay.
- Okay? No, no, don't write this down.
Just put that down.
Just put that down.
Just free flow, be in the flow with us.
Yeah, just shake it out, shake it out, shake it out.
It's a look that says, "Your life isn't worth the garbage can that I just chucked my Iphone into because the screen got smudged.
" No.
Okay.
Um, it's real easy.
I-It's like, uh - Oh yes, yes! - Or, or, or - Okay.
- The squint, that's a good one.
Oh, my God.
Okay, Breann, would you rather have a family of penguins that lived in your butt, or the body of a shrimp? Ew.
- Yes! - Hey! That's it right there! All right, remember, you don't get out of bed for less than a Birkin.
And you're already own five of them bad boys.
Looking good, Chattopadhyay.
Looking good.
Miss Agarwal.
So lovely to finally put a face to the voice.
This is my head of security, Jeff Keegan.
Are you sure that he won't recognize her? Yep.
They've never met.
Just wait until you get inside.
Annual membership is 10,000, plus 3,000 per flight, not including the rental cost of your plane, of course.
- I don't do rentals.
We have our own plane.
Oh.
Well then, in that case, I'd love to tell you more about our hangar space.
All right, let her know you're not strictly above board.
Okay, but discretion is important, and This place doesn't feel very discreet.
Well, it's not normally like this.
Our team members are busy getting ready for the ribbon cutting tomorrow.
Why don't you come by tomorrow? You can get a sense of the clientele, and I'm sure that you will meet some like-minded people.
I'll talk to my assistant, see if we can fit it in.
How much longer, sir? It's really hard to stay hidden with my hands behind my back.
How long of a drive is this? I don't feel well.
I'm so hungry.
- Don't care.
- I don't believe you.
You do care about people in general, and that's what makes you different.
Honestly, I haven't eaten in three days, and who knows how long it will be until they feed me.
Please, can we go to like, a drive-through? Drive-through What do you think this is, Adeline? Like a date? If you're really that hungry, I got a peanut butter bar over here for you.
I I would be happy to eat it.
It's just, my hands are cuffed.
I thought you were allergic to peanuts.
Go ahead.
Keep trying to pull the wool over on me, it's not going to work.
Please.
I'm so hungry.
Shut up for a second.
Oh, my God.
It's them, isn't it? No, it's just some jackass trying to pass me.
Oh, my God.
We're gonna die! Oh, my God.
See, I told you they were coming for me! We're gonna die, we're gonna die.
I told you they were coming for us, I told you! Oh, my God, we're gonna die! Shut up, we're not gonna die! - See, I'm not a liar! - Yes, you are! Okay, fine! Not when it counts! Thank you for being so nice.
Not nice.
Just doing my job.
You're not gonna let me die, are you? No, you're gonna be fine.
Oh God, Adeline, would you stop with the theatrics? I told you, you're not gonna die.
Peanuts! Peanuts! Hey, hey, I'm serious.
Stop it! Oh, geez.
Yeah, yeah, yeah! Send an ambulance, now! I have a woman here who's going into anaphylactic shock! Richie! What's good? You seem to have things all locked down here.
- Yes, sir.
- Good.
It's good to have you on the team.
Dane.
Okay, guys, opening day.
I got a VIP landing in a few minutes, he's coming in for the ribbon cutting.
Now, he's got sensitive cargo that needs to be unloaded.
I'm counting on you two guys to get it done right.
- Copy.
- Richie? This is the job, okay? - Yes, sir.
- Great.
All right, I'll text you when he lands.
Okay.
Down you go, down you go.
All right.
You're all right.
Hang in there, hang in there.
Come on, breathe, Adeline, breathe! Oh, come on, Adeline! Hang in there! Hang in there, hang in there! Hand me the phone.
Enrique.
It's Adeline French.
I heard you were paying top dollar for a thumb drive.
Miss French.
I'll call you back later.
We found a place to connect.
Good morning, gentlemen.
What a day to be alive.
Enrique! Welcome.
Let's rubber stamp you through customs and get you a drink.
Who's taking care of my luggage? Those two.
Both excellent young men.
Right this way.
How was your flight? It was okay.
Thanks.
Honestly, guys, it's a little bit tacky.
All right, good, Breann.
Harness that snobbery.
Oh.
Briggs just walked in.
Yep.
Crooked politician ruling the roost.
All this luggage here? Get that to my office as soon as possible.
Do not pass go.
Okay? You got this.
You're my guys.
Yo.
There's definitely not clothes in there.
If you're so sure something's up, - then why are you still here? - Because.
Look I've been biking down Malcolm Street with you since we had training wheels.
It's not safe for me in Marshall Court right now, but if I need to find a new street, I at least want you there with me.
Dane, we got options.
Look.
I'm not you, man.
I know there's a risk, but I'll take it.
Okay.
Let's at least find out what that risk is, then you can decide.
Uh Guys, Enrique Molina just walked in.
Are you sure? Can you get us a photo? Welcome, everyone! It is my pleasure to welcome you all to the next chapter in the history of our fine city.
Terminal V heralds a new era of opportunity and of growth.
- It's empty.
- Why is it so heavy, then? When I look out at all of your faces, I see what bold innovation can create.
With your support, our new luxury airport will forge connections with friends both across the globe, and locally, with our pioneering youth employment program.
What the hell? So, without further ado, I present to you Terminal V.
Together, we will make Toronto an elite destination in every respect.
Thank you.
Thank you so much.
Thank you.
Sir.
Are you the one having an allergic reaction? No.
Believe it or not, I'm a police officer.
What happened to your head? Nazir, what the hell happened? Where's the prisoner?! - Just get, get, get! - Whoa.
Armstrong.
Let me ask you a question.
When Adeline told you that she was allergic to the paint in the walls, what did you do? Checked her vitals, asked about her symptoms Did you happen to give her an epinephrine auto-injector by any chance? Well, she was really freaked out, and I couldn't get her to calm down.
So you gave a criminal in a holding cell a needle full of adrenaline and you didn't think to maybe let me know? Even though you knew I was going to be travelling with her?! Well, I thought that you would do a search of her, so I did a search.
I just assumed that she was searched when she went into the cell, and searched when she came out of the cell.
I did a tertiary search.
I would've done a thorough search if I had known that some uniform jackass gave her a needle! I'm sorry, I didn't think she was lying about the allergy.
She wasn't lying, you idiot! Search the perimeter.
She's around here somewhere.
She got my clothes.
She got my gun.
Bob, are your guys in position in case we have to "audible" this and go in? I have to speak with Inspector Shanks right away.
Yeah, it's urgent.
Tell her we have the head of the cartel in our sights.
What the hell? Look.
Damn, that's the pink cocaine.
Richie, it's me.
Where are you? What plane? Call me back now.
- Duff, it's okay.
We're gonna find them.
You don't think this looks like he got interrupted? The kid's smart.
He would've said which plane.
Bob, get your team on standby, now.
Breann, we're gonna need your help.
We need to find out what plane Enrique came in on.
Keep him distracted until ETF shows up.
Don't try for sexy.
It's not gonna work on this guy.
You're gonna have to nerd out.
People who own planes love to talk about planes, - so you own a - A Gulfstream G550.
Maximum range just under 13 000 kilometres.
Four living areas, 19 passengers, sleeps 8.
Um, go again? Guys, I'm going in.
It's okay.
Sam.
Keegan will recognize you.
He's not in the tent.
- I'm making my way to you.
- Sam.
Don't worry.
I'll be careful, Duff.
Hi, I'm Bree.
Nice to meet you.
Have a great time.
Not interested.
In what, exactly? This terminal.
It's pretty rinky-dink.
Oh.
What is it that you fly, Bree? Gulfstream G550.
My only complaint, it doesn't sleep an even 20.
Like, 19 passengers, what is that? And what's the maximum on that one? It's just under 13,000.
No, I meant the high-speed cruise.
Oh, it's MACH .
85.
More like .
80 if you're going long-range.
- Hmm.
- Alonza Harris, Bree's pilot.
We're just fuelling up, and then we're ready for takeoff.
- We'll meet you back there? - I'm definitely ready to leave.
A female pilot.
How intriguing.
There's not many of us.
I take it you rent? Oh God, no.
I own a Belmont 300.
It's right from the apron.
Just right outside.
Belmont 300, get the wheel! Sam, we're on our way.
Will you excuse me? - Yes? - You should get out of here.
Why did you have to open those suitcases? I had to call the owner and explain, and tell him that we had interference.
Do you have any idea what that means for you? For me? Enrique just left the tent.
Do you see him? Hey, Duff, wait! ETF is two minutes out.
I'm not waiting.
I'm sick of waiting.
Hey! Consider that an order! Kelly! Get Enrique! No way, I'm your backup! Hey! Very goddamn clear! Get the luggage, take it to my office, certainly do not open the luggage! What are you guys, stupid?! Put it down, Keegan.
I said put it down, now.
Now put your hands on your head and turn around.
- Oh, come - Do it! I find it almost unthinkable.
Oh, yeah? What's that, Kel? That you used to be my hero.
- I'm sorry.
- It's all right.
- Really? - You did good.
Yeah, it's all right.
Oh, my God.
Hey, Deputy Mayor.
I think these are for you.
Let's go.
Hey.
I heard what happened.
I'm waiting to get balled out by the boss now.
Please don't beat yourself up.
It's not your fault.
Adeline is a psychopath and she's freakishly manipulative, especially with people like us.
What are people like us, Sam? Dumb? No.
Not dumb.
We just want to believe the best about other people.
You know, give them the benefit of the doubt.
We want to be heros, we just kind of look for that quality in other people.
You're right.
I gave you the benefit of the doubt.
I believed the best about you.
I believed that you would value someone who was nice, and kind, and respectful.
But where did that get me? I'd say I'm pretty dumb, Sam.
At least I was.
Not anymore.
Not your desk, Wazowski.
Not my boss, Brad.
I want to say thank you.
For what? For treating me with respect yesterday, which I didn't deserve.
I'm not sure I would've done the same, especially if I was as squeaky clean as you are.
- So what happens now? - I don't know.
Professional Standards questioned me for five hours straight, but at least they're letting me go home tonight.
Brad.
I'm-I'm I'm not that squeaky.
I'm not that clean.
I mean, I am clean, like, I'm physically clean, but I just, I made a really big mistake a few days ago, like a major one.
Not as bad as yours, but not that far off.
I did it for someone that I love, but still.
Career ender? I'm not sure yet.
You know why I quit the airport job? My first day, Briggs implied to me that she'd asked Will French to get rid of Gabrielle.
Said she didn't like loose ends.
I couldn't be that guy one day longer.
That was the beginning of the end for me.
Then you guys came calling, which I knew you would, and um frankly, it was a relief to come clean.
At that point, doing the right thing was the only way forward.
You're good police, Wazowski.
So hang in there.
Oh hey, Sam.
Come in.
- Hey.
- Come in.
Listen, I just got off the phone with the guys upstairs, they are so excited about Boss? I wouldn't Could I just have a minute of your time? Uh-oh.
How bad? It's not great.
Okay.
I see you made it out.
Lucky you.
Lucky me.
Do you have the USB? You're always in such a rush.
Fine.
Fine.
I got the USB in my pocket, I'm gonna pull it out right now, but I mean it gun lowered until I'm out of here safely.
Did you know Enrique was a pedo? If you don't believe me, then why don't you see for yourself? All right, well, why don't you just take me to wherever you were taking him? You got it, Miss Adeline.
That's The General, to you.
- Oh! Hey, guess what? - Hey.
- Adriana had her baby! - Oh! Yeah! She's tiny, but she has a full head of hair.
She's so cute, I could just eat her up! - Congratulations.
- Thank you.
- You're an auntie.
- I'm an auntie.
Next best thing to motherhood, and I'm smitten! - You got any pictures? - I do.
Yes, I do.
Here.
- Look at that.
- Hey! She looks like you.
Don't tell my sister, shh.
Okay.
She got a name yet? No, but you know, Addy's a hippie, so she's probably gonna take a couple That's, um That's a bold move.
You said you were tired of waiting.
Wazowski! You in there? The desk sergeant said you left 20 minutes ago and you looked upset.
And I need to talk to you about something.
Um, okay, I know you're in there, 'cause your car's here.
Hey! I see you sitting on the floor! Remember that key you gave me? 'Cause BFFs give each other house keys! I'm warning you, I'm pulling it out right now! Putting it in the door! Opening the door! Hey, buddy.
You okay? What's going on? I got demoted.
To? Uniform.
I don't know where.
It's okay though, really, - 'cause I deserve it.
- No, you don't.
There is not one world in which you deserve that.
Sam, you are one of the best cops that I've ever worked with.
You're good, you're smart, you have integrity, and you're my best friend.
Wow.
You didn't even twig.
I said you're my best friend.
Come here.
I am not doing this without you.
So If you're leaving OCE, I'm leaving too.

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