The Rookie (2018) s03e12 Episode Script

Brave Heart

1 Previously on "The Rookie" Thanks again for helping me with the transitional housing paperwork.
- What are you on? - It's just a little Oxy.
You get my report on Mack Daniels? Are you sure this is the way you want things to go? He'll get fired.
Do you know why they call me "La Fiera"? You were caught in a narco gunfight with baby Diego, grabbed a gun and laid everyone to waste.
When it comes to your child, there is nothing you won't do to protect them.
Feeling okay? - ["THE COCK THAT WALKED" PLAYS.]
- MAGGIE: What happened? - NOLAN: My son was born with tetralogy of Fallot.
He collapsed 13 minutes ago.
He had five surgeries on his heart before his first birthday.
Well, that's a severe case of TOF.
Has he been short of breath recently? Nothing I noticed.
- Uh, Abigail? - He didn't mention anything.
He would have mentioned it, right? What What's happening to him? Well, the surgeries he had as a baby helped to improve the blood flow to his lungs, but as a patient gets older, those procedures can cause the valve between the heart and the lungs to leak.
- It's called - Pulmonary valve regurgitation.
When your baby's sick, you become an expert.
- What's going on? - Henry, we're at the hospital.
You You fainted at home and again in the car ride over.
You're gonna be okay, kiddo.
Doctor's gonna take great care of you.
That's right.
My name is Maggie, and we're gonna start with a full battery of tests.
- Dad? - Yeah? You haven't called me kiddo since I was little.
What if what we do does not define us? Define us Look, being in a hospital in uniform is like asking every rando to make their problems yours.
We'll be in and out.
I just want to make sure he's okay.
Brought you breakfast.
Thank you.
Um Not much of an appetite right now, but I'll hang on to that.
- How's Henry? - Uh, just waiting on some, - uh, final test results.
- Excuse me.
- Morning, sir.
- Good morning.
Can I get a minute with Officer Nolan? Of course, sir.
Text me if you need anything.
Thank you.
Sir, I realize as a rookie, - I don't get vacation days - Stop.
Family trumps everything.
You're exactly where you're supposed to be.
I squared it with the captain.
You're fine, so Sit down.
How's that new garage conversion coming? John, we don't need to do small talk.
- We can just sit here.
- Thank you.
: X-ray tech to Radiology.
X-ray tech to Radiology.
That's crap.
I gave you a deposit.
I expect it back.
I just lost the venue for Lopez's bachelorette party.
- Where'd you have yours? - I eloped, so I wouldn't have to have one.
Well, if you were planning one for a friend? I try and stay out of no-win situations like those.
Cuts down on the drama.
Concealed weapons, 12 o'clock.
What'd I tell you? We haven't even been here five minutes.
We're already getting pulled into trouble.
Gentlemen, you know the drill.
Concealed carry permits, please.
Ah, ah, ah, slowly.
So, what? They're recruiting cops from the modeling schools now? I can't tell which one of you's prettier.
Clearly me.
- Who's your client? - Sorry.
Not at liberty to say.
- We signed a non-disclosure.
That's not really how this works.
- It's La Fiera.
- Great.
Now we're gonna be here all day.
Are we cool? Yeah.
What do you think she's doing here? Nothing good.
Please stop.
I don't want to know the gender until the baby's born.
I spend my days trying to figure things out.
I just want one mystery in my life that I'm not trying to solve.
Okay, but we can still have a list of names on deck, right? Fine.
But for every WASPy name you pick, I'm gonna pick something so Mexican, you'll never be able to spell it.
Uh, if it's a boy Thatcher.
I'll raise your Thatcher to a Cuauhtémoc.
And if it's a girl, Xochitl.
And we're not picking a name until B-day.
Doing it now could jinx us.
I had no idea you were this superstitious.
I'm not.
I just wear a talisman a drug lord gave me to keep evil spirits away from my unborn child.
Better safe than sorry.
- Ah.
Hey, Sarge, what's up? SGT.
GREY: La Fiera's back in town.
Harper and Tim just spotted her at Shaw Memorial.
I'm at Shaw Memorial.
What floor? Eight.
They have eyes on her.
Can you reassign them to me, sir, until I figure out what's going on? Sure.
I'll notify the on-call watch commander.
- Thanks.
I gotta step out for a quick sec.
What? No, no.
- W-We're up next.
- I'll be right back.
I promise.
- [SIGHS.]
- Whoo! Ms.
Lopez? We're ready for you.
Control, show us Code 6 at Shaw Memorial.
Suspect needs medical attention before transport to booking.
- DISPATCH: Copy that.
- We were pulling you over for a rolling stop.
I still don't get why you sped up.
It was involuntary.
When I get anxious, my body always chooses flight.
And if you wouldn't have run, we just would've given you a ticket.
But now we gotta book you for evading police, and a hit-and-run.
- Damn my DNA.
- Morning.
- Who have you brought me today? - This is Billie Park.
She decided to start off our day destroying city property.
- I cut my arm.
- Let's take a look.
- Could you - Yeah.
If it's a good time you want, you know I got it - [HANDCUFFS CLICKING.]
- I got it 100-dollar bills keep spilling out of my wallet Ooh.
Right over here.
Like MJ, like game six, I'm fresh to death Yeah, you're gonna need stitches.
Better give me a few.
- Alright.
- Whoo! Well, I'm gonna head to the cafeteria.
- I didn't get any breakfast.
- What? You? You never miss a meal.
Eh Are you calling me fat? Yeah.
That's what I'm doing.
Yeah, well, your girl raided the kitchen before she left for school, and there was literally nothing left.
Yeah, I'm sorry.
I know that I kind of foisted Tamara onto you.
Look You know that I respect that she needs help, but any idea how long she's gonna be - camped out on our couch? - Not long.
I hope.
I've been having a hard time getting in touch with the local housing assistance program.
They give grants to teens who age out of foster care, you know, help them get into transitional apartments, but every time I call to check on the status of her application, they have these crazy-long hold times.
Well, I mean, we are gonna be here for a minute, so - Good point.
AUTOMATED VOICE: Thank you for calling.
Angels West Extended Care Program.
There are three callers ahead of you.
- Only three? - [MUZAK PLAYS.]
- Ooh! This is my lucky day.
- Hey.
Our lucky day.
I thought it was nothing.
I've been tired, but we've been really busy with, uh, my new job.
Everything's just been fine for so long.
I guess I just stopped thinking about it.
SARAH: I don't buy it.
I think this is some kind of elaborate plan to reunite me and your father, - "Parent Trap" style.
God, no.
You guys are so much happier apart.
Fair enough.
- Hi.
- Hi.
The day we dreaded.
Such a drama queen.
It's gonna be okay.
Are you in pain? No, I just can't catch my breath.
Results are in.
It's the pulmonary valve, isn't it? Yes, the valve is failing.
He'll need surgery to repair it.
- Is it dangerous? - It can be.
You have a choice.
We can do a minimally invasive procedure known as a percutaneous pulmonary valve replacement, that's relatively safe.
Recovery time is about a week, but the fix won't last.
You'll need to have open heart surgery in about five years.
Or they could do the open heart surgery - right now, right? - Yes.
He'll need to have a live tissue valve replacement that could last decades.
Well, what are we waiting for? Sign me up for not wanting to go through this again anytime soon.
N-Not so fast.
We're talking about a much riskier surgery, - right? - Yes.
Henry could have a heart attack on the operating table.
He could bleed into his chest cavity, or have other complications after we close him up.
But his age Mortality rate for a procedure like this is what, 2%, 3%? No, because of factors related to his prior surgeries, the risk of mortality is higher About 20%.
That's a lot to process.
Well, you'll need to make a decision quickly.
Your heart is very unstable right now.
- Nice meeting you.
- You too.
Thanks for taking care of him.
Obviously, you're having the procedure that doesn't have a 20% chance of killing you.
I-I think we take the safer bet and call it a day.
What if that's not what I want? It's my choice.
- I'm an adult.
- Henry Okay.
We don't have to decide this instant.
I mean, let's just Take a breath, take a minute, uh, walk through it, and Go over your options.
Look at you.
Motherhood suits you.
Didn't think you'd risk your son's life coming back to L.
Actually, I'm here to save my son.
Well, his knee, anyways.
Diego, what happened? It was so cool.
I was playing fútbol and went full Carlos Vela, and pop Partial tear of my ACL, but I got the goal.
He's having surgery today Top sports doctor in the world.
And that's the only reason you're here in L.
? Of course.
- It was good to see you.
- You too.
Good luck with the surgery.
So, what are you really doing here? Hermana, don't be so suspicious.
Surely, you have better things to worry about.
You're here for the baby, no? I was, until I got a call about you, and now my fiancé is cursing us both.
How is Wesley? He must be so excited.
I learned his name when I was dropping off the present for your baby.
And I see you're wearing the ribbon.
I really hope you're only here for your son.
'Cause if you're up to something, it's not gonna end well For you or Diego.
Oh, that's what you're having for breakfast? Hey, this happens to have 8% of the recommended daily allowance of riboflavin.
She's all yours.
Thank you.
Control, suspect is medically cleared.
- We are en route to lower booking.
WOMAN: Angels West.
How can I help you? - Yeah.
- Yeah! - Oh, she's running again.
- Oh, damn it! Oh! Sorry! 10-15 is running.
Foot pursuit at Shaw Memorial.
Free ppls livin' any place I know of Free ppls in another location but the Free ppls hate the ppl who want to become Free Turn around.
Put your hands up.
Something's wrong.
No more running.
What happened? You had severe abdominal pain and passed out.
Doctor ordered a CT scan and an X-ray.
- Uh, no, I don't want that.
- I bet, 'cause you've got a stomach full of drug balloons.
No, I don't.
Billie, we are trained police officers.
You had a ticket to Ibiza in your pocket.
You ran from the cops, and now you appear to have serious intestinal issues.
We're gonna have proof soon, so just tell us what kind of drugs they are.
Can't you just leave me alone? - Please? - No.
And right now, getting busted for drugs is the least of your problems.
The real concern is if one of those drug balloons in your stomach bursts.
Look, if it's filled with cocaine or meth, your heart rate will rapidly accelerate until full cardiac arrest, and then muscles in your chest will tear apart as you slowly suffocate.
Yeah, and if it's heroin, fentanyl, or an opioid, you'll ride high for a while, then you'll crash.
You'll lose all your motor functions, and you will Well, you'll vomit until you're dead.
Well, then we're fine.
It was just Molly.
Those are happy pills.
- MDMA? - Yeah.
- How much? - Uh Four condoms, like 80 pills each? - Okay.
- I'll tell the doctor.
Control, notify on-call narcotics.
We have a kilo-plus mule in custody.
- What's wrong? - Look, if even one of those packets burst, you'll start to hallucinate.
Your body temperature will rise to 105 degrees, and you'll die from a heat stroke during the worst nightmare of your life.
There you are.
It was a work emergency.
Is that true? I want no part of this.
I had to beg to get our appointment rescheduled.
The OB will see us in 15 minutes.
You're the best.
- Thank you.
- Yes! My buddy came through.
We're having your bachelorette party at his sports bar on Sunset.
Uh, I'm That's I'm joking.
That's not I would never.
I got surveillance footage of La Fiera from security.
After you left her, she snuck over to the ICU.
- That's Mack.
- Who? Uh, Mack Daniels.
Uh, he worked undercover until I got him suspended for drug use on the job.
He's facing criminal charges.
And here he is, talking to a major narco.
That can't be a coincidence.
Let's go ask him.
Can you reschedule our appointment for a little later? Thank you.
I love you.
- Oh, damn it.
- Mack.
- What are you doing here? - [SIGHS.]
- Private security.
- For Sandra de la Cruz? - No.
- So, who's your client? - I don't know.
- Really? That's how you want to play this? When you're clearly 5-50? Come on, Mack.
You don't need any more trouble right now.
I'm working for Tomás Madrigal.
You do know who that is, right? The largest drug kingpin in Southern California.
He is subject in multiple ongoing investigations.
Yeah, he's dying of cancer.
He only has a few days left on earth, and I lost my ability to be picky when my buddy Bradford here snitched me out.
I lost my paycheck and my pension.
I'm up to my eyeballs in lawyer bills, not to mention the alimony and child support I'm gonna owe once Beth divorces me.
So your solution is to go work for the enemy? I'm not breaking any laws.
I'm just standing watch, making sure that nobody interrupts an old man's final moments.
Not even La Fiera? We saw Sandra de la Cruz come by.
- What was she doing here? - Paying her respects.
The old man was sleeping.
She said she'd stop by later.
Mack, is there a problem? No.
No problem, Mr.
I'm just, uh Catching up with some former colleagues.
Do it on your own time.
We're paying you to keep your mouth shut and watch the door.
No, your old man's paying me.
And I'm gone the second he is.
Oh, that reminds me, he, uh He was asking for you earlier.
Why didn't you call me? - X-ray tech to Radiology.
- Whoops.
X-ray tech to Radiology.
Mack You sure pissing off the next El Jefe is a smart move? He's a punk wannabe.
That kid will drive the whole operation into the ground within six months.
Now, if you don't mind, I, uh I gotta get back to work.
Med tech to CTU.
Med tech to CTU.
You alright? He went after you pretty hard.
Yeah, I'm fine.
So, clearly, La Fiera is here to meet with the dying drug lord.
We just have to find out why.
You know I happen to be wiretap certified, right? Teamwork makes the dream work, baby.
Transition team to OR 2.
Transition team OR 2.
Alright, so I can listen for exactly two minutes.
If they are not talking about anything illegal, I have to wait and shut it off for 30 seconds, and then I can turn it back on, and start the two-minute clock again.
I wish we had video inside the room, instead of just the hallway.
We're lucky the judge granted the audio surveillance, but We don't need a warrant to film in the hallway, and I managed to find an interesting angle.
- Nicely done.
- Thank you.
Now we just wait for something to happen.
It's been hanging over my head my whole life.
Okay? It's stupid to do the short-term fix.
I don't want to be here again in a few years.
I want this behind me - for as long as possible.
- I get that.
We get that, it's just, with a minimally invasive procedure, you'd be on your feet again - in a week.
- Yeah.
Recovery from open heart surgery, that'll take months.
You'll have to give up the job.
Then I give it up.
Alright? It's It's my life.
It's my choice.
Hey, it's it's gonna be okay.
Alright? We're gonna grow old together.
I'll have dentures, and, you'll still be as beautiful as you are right now.
When you were born, your skin was blue.
I've never been so scared in my life.
Until now.
I know it feels like the worst thing is to have another surgery in five years, but, Henry, that is not the worst thing.
- [GASPS.]
- What's happening? - What's happening? - Henry! - What's happening? - Doctor! - Henry? - Doc! Hey, buddy.
Just breathe.
Hey, just breathe, nice and easy.
Henry, Henry.
- He was fine.
- Everybody step away, please.
He was fine, and then all of a sudden - MAGGIE: He's in V-fib.
- WOMAN: Back, please.
- Charge to 200.
- I got rails on this side.
Please, buddy.
Chest is clear.
WOMAN: Charging.
- Down.
Okay, everybody.
- [GASPS.]
Okay, he's stable for now.
Let's prep him for surgery.
What's the decision? - We have to do what he wants.
- No, we don't.
Now's the time to play it safe a-and do the least invasive surgery.
After that, we'll reassess.
MAGGIE: What's the answer? WOMAN: tube.
Prepping your meds.
120 What do you think? I don't know.
We do what he wants.
Anything else will be a betrayal.
Sarah, he'll be okay.
Do the open heart surgery.
Now we just have to wait until she poops.
Who said being a cop isn't livin' the dream? Just look on the bright side.
- We scored a solid drug bust.
- Mm.
And I bet we can get her to give us her supplier with the right pressure.
Alright, well, I am gonna make good use of my time.
AUTOMATED VOICE: Thank you for calling.
Angels West Extended Care Program.
There are 46 callers ahead of you.
- Okay, well, you keep the faith, I'll, uh, check on the narco detective.
Control, please be advised that we are still 10-6 at Shaw Memorial.
Was there, um, any updates from the narcotics table? DISPATCH: Negative.
- What are you watching? - Uh, just a TikTok.
Of our living room? Are Are you spying on Tamara? No! No.
I'm just trying out a home security system.
You are a lying liar - who lies.
- Okay.
My Swarovski Baby Yoda figurine disappeared, okay? Eh Okay.
And so, what? You installed a nanny cam because you think she stole your stupid toy? Okay, two things It's not stupid it's amazing.
And it's not a toy.
It's a rare collectible of sorts.
I can't believe you would do this.
Look, Tamara would never take advantage of us.
- I know her.
- Uh, do you? I mean, yeah, she seems like a great person, and I love that you want to trust her, but, it doesn't really change the fact that she's been, - you know - What? Living on the streets.
There's no telling what she had to do to survive.
Why didn't you talk to me about this? Why didn't you talk to me before inviting the Artful Dodger to live in our apartment? Baby Yoda is missing.
No, he's not, okay? I broke him.
It was an accident.
I'm sorry.
I was gonna replace it before you even noticed.
I never thought that you would blame a traumatized teenager.
Where's my headset? Officially, only I can listen, but I'm allowed to use a translator if needed, and my Spanish is a little rusty today.
TOMÁS: Mijo, when I am gone CESAR: Come on.
I don't want to go.
- Believe me.
- There's nothing illegal about talking to your father about dying.
We gotta turn it off.
Hold on.
We still got a minute.
CESAR: Who let you in here? Get out.
Señor Madrigal, with all due respect, I would like a word in private.
TOMÁS: I admire your persistence, Señora de la Cruz.
Mijo, please.
- Papá, she has no business here - Cesar.
I don't wish to create trouble between you and your son, but it's important that we speak.
I came here to ask for your [LOUD WHIRRING.]
What the hell? Hey.
Turn that off.
- How much you gonna pay me? - What? The other lady, she paid me to buff.
You gonna pay me to stop? Shut it down.
- She knows we're up on a wire.
- No doubt.
But with Madrigal dying, this conversation has to happen today.
SANDRA: I am aware of my son's limitations, as I'm sure you are aware of your son's.
It's what we have in common.
We are not like our sons.
- It's a shame.
- Not necessa - [BEEPING.]
- [SIGHS.]
That's time.
Part of me feels bad for those boys.
Their future was set before they were even born.
It's not fair.
Being pregnant is giving me feelings.
So, uh, I went out on a date with James.
I thought you were into Alonzo, the guy from the community center? Uh, community center guy is James.
Alonzo is the guy that I hooked up with on the camping trip.
- Damn.
I can't keep up.
Me neither, I was I was in a drought, and now - It's raining men.
I've always either been in a relationship or married, or undercover.
I don't know.
It's kinda fun having options.
And that's time.
SANDRA: Perhaps your son's talents could be put to use in a less demanding field.
Does he play video games? TOMÁS: He's open to video games, but can one earn a living doing that? There are guys that make so much money playing video games that they never have a want for the rest of their lives.
They're clearly not talking about video games.
No, she's making a play to take over Madrigal's drug operation in exchange for paying his son a royalty.
That's a baller move.
How do I know I can trust you? Because, like you, I respect the old ways of doing things.
And don't you want to leave this life knowing that no harm will ever befall your only son? Looking everywhere for you.
- What happened? - No, nothing.
He's He's still in surgery.
Abigail's just waiting in the room.
I just I needed to stretch my legs.
No, I get it.
I get it.
I get it.
So, how's, uh, Roger? - You mean Andrew? - Right, Andrew.
It's - It's Roger, isn't it? - Is it? Okay.
So, I just hope maybe Roger is being good to you.
- Yeah, he is.
- Okay.
You deserve it.
What? You and me [SIGHS.]
- dating other people.
- Right? When does it stop being weird? Maybe it won't.
I can't believe we're back at a hospital.
It seems like both yesterday and a million years ago Henry went in for his last surgery.
He's a fighter.
He's been fighting since the day he was born.
This is just another hill for him to climb.
He's gonna be fine.
I can feel it.
Could you stop? Stop what? The compulsive optimism.
It's exhausting.
What do you mean? I-I never told you this But every time our baby went in for another surgery, I was convinced we were going to lose him.
Sarah, I always felt the opposite.
I know.
But I couldn't go there.
I had to protect myself, every time, in case.
It was like flipping a coin.
Another surgery, another flip.
And he always comes up heads.
But maybe this time he won't.
Maybe we should have opted for the other surgery.
Maybe this will wind up being the worst day of our lives.
Sarah I can't think like that.
And I can't think like you.
I'm going back in.
- You coming? - Right behind you, I'm I'm gonna get a little more fresh air.
Selling videogames, is a complicated business, especially for someone new to town.
It's clear to us that they're talking about her taking over.
- Madrigal's business - SANDRA: Ah, but I have made.
- But a jury might not be able to.
- some crucial - get past all the code.
- connections already.
Luckily, they're gonna have to get into the details at some point.
- There's no second conversation.
- SANDRA: You'd be surprised.
This deal is getting made today or not at all.
I appreciate your diligence.
One cannot be too careful where family and money collide.
But it's important to have protection in place.
And a good lawyer is crucial.
Have you ever heard of - Wesley Evers? - [SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYS.]
He's made some interesting connections of his own.
I have someone vetting him as we speak.
That's a threat.
- WOMAN: Hello? - Who is this? I'm a nurse in Dr.
Etz's office.
A patient's husband left this phone here.
I'm the patient.
And a cop.
Where did he go? I don't know, but he left in a hurry with a detective.
A detective? Wh Did you hear a name? No, but he said you sent him.
You said Angela needed to see me.
- Where is she? - Just up here.
You're not a detective, are you? [CHUCKLES, WHISTLES.]
I was.
A long time ago, in Guatemala.
I was like your Angela so desperate to do good.
But so naive.
I was made to understand my failings the hard way.
Let's just hope your Angela doesn't need to be taught a lesson like I was.
Listen to me.
I have represented hundreds of guys like you.
You all think that you're pure evil and willing to do whatever your master asks, but you don't know anything about Angela or me.
If you hurt her, I will call in every favor I am owed, and there's a lot.
Rabid animals who will burn you to your component molecules while you beg me for mercy.
Do you hear me? [CHUCKLES.]
I love it.
Such passion.
Let's just hope you never have to follow through, huh? Let's just hope your beloved, does the smart thing for herself.
And for your baby.
See you soon, amigo.
- If she hurts Wesley - She wouldn't dare.
It's too reckless, even for La Fiera.
Alright, backup's on the way.
Security's scrubbing through surveillance tapes.
- We'll find them.
Oh, thank God.
- Are you okay? - Yeah, I'm fine.
Are you? Yeah.
What happened? I was just given a not-so-subtle warning from your favorite cartel boss.
- Did they hurt you? - No.
But they can and they will.
You should hand La Fiera off to someone else, at least until after the baby.
I can't do that.
Yes, you can.
I just threatened to go medieval on some guy if he even looks at you funny.
- You did? - Of course.
Is it bad that I'm a little turned on right now? Angela - It's not funny.
- I know.
But if you know anything about me, it's that I don't back down, and La Fiera just overplayed her hand.
MACK: Someone's happy.
Today is a good day.
Hey! Angela.
You're about to get curb-stomped by a pregnant lady.
Hey, hey, hey.
It's not worth it.
You know the baby feels all the stress.
It's no good.
Maybe you should take some time off.
Get some rest.
Think she bought it? Please tell me you got something while we were out of pocket.
Oh, yeah.
They talked a lot after you left.
See, we now have a recording of La Fiera making a deal to take over Madrigal's operation.
- Yes.
- Don't get too excited.
It's just the first step in making the case against her.
The DA can't just rely on a cryptic conversation.
But this will free up resources, maybe even launch a task force.
And you'll want in, right? Who hired you to smuggle the drugs? Technically, it was my idea.
This has been a really bad year.
I lost my job, had to drop out of school because I couldn't afford tuition.
Then I heard about this dude willing to pay a small fortune to move product to Ibiza, and [MONITOR BEEPING.]
It's just happy pills.
Like, who was it gonna hurt, you know? [SIGHS.]
I'm so stupid.
You just made a mistake.
Look, I'm not gonna lie and say you can get off scot-free, but, we can put in a word with the D.
First offense, intent to distribute it shouldn't be too bad.
- You'd do that? - If You tell us who gave you the drugs and agree to testify against them.
Well, it just sounds like a different way of possibly dying.
Things can be done to protect you.
- Can I think about it? - [STOMACH GURGLES.]
You have until the drugs pass.
- Uh, hey, hey! We need help in here! Nurse? - Coming in.
- Yeah, we got her.
What's happening? Could be an obstructed bowel, or one of the drug packets broke.
We gotta get her into surgery.
Let's go.
I can't believe you were my age when Henry was born.
Babies having babies.
Yeah, we were only married a few months.
Remember the house we were renting? [CHUCKLING.]
Oh, my God.
You say "house.
" I say "rotting wooden corpse.
" But you fixed it up, worked 20-hour days to get it all done in time to bring Henry home.
Yeah, and then we spent two months at the hospital.
Did you have any rituals to help pass the time, while you waited like this for the surgeries to be over? I cried.
John did push-ups.
Actually, I think that was the other way around.
Oh, right, yeah.
I got mad upper body strength by the end of it.
Henry didn't tell me this could happen.
He mentioned the TOF, but he acted like it was all behind him.
I'm sure he believed it was.
Still He owed you the truth.
You deserve to know what you're signing up for.
I really hope I get to tell him that.
I will, right? He's gonna be okay? Yes He is.
Nice of you to see us off.
How's the knee? Doctor says it'll be a year before I'm back out on the fútbol pitch.
Don't skimp on the physical therapy.
It's gonna suck, but if you push through it, you'll be glad you did.
Do you need a minute with my mom? 30 seconds.
Are you going to threaten me again? No I'm gonna give you one last chance For Diego's sake.
Don't go through with this deal.
Fly home with your son.
Take the money you've already made, and give him the life he deserves, not the one you think you're owed.
In my line of work, you don't get to retire.
There's no walking away Even if I wanted to.
- Which I don't.
- Gun! - [GUNFIRE.]
Diego! Diego! - [GUNFIRE.]
- Go, go, go! [CAR ALARMS BLARING.]
Officer under fire.
Parking garage, level four, Shaw Memorial.
At least three shooters.
Send backup.
Diego, por favor! [BREATHING HEAVILY.]
You have to let me get to him.
You can't right now.
You can't.
I'll take these two.
I got the big guy.
Not that big.
Aah! Control, 7-Adam-19, two in custody, one active shooter remaining.
We need an RA.
Hispanic male, gunshot wound to the torso.
Conscious and breathing.
Drop the gun.
Do it now.
Arms out.
Last suspect in custody.
Code 4.
And it was supposed to be my day off.
No good deed, sir.
Any luck locating Cesar Madrigal? Not yet.
Odds are he's gone to ground.
It's not gonna help, he took a shot at the queen, - and missed.
Ma'am, I'm sorry.
You can't come into the crime scene.
When will I have my son's body to bury? In a few days.
After the autopsy.
Her son was her humanity.
With him gone War is coming.
WOMAN: Angels West.
How can I help you? Yes.
Uh, yes.
I would like to check the status of an application, for Colins.
Tamara Colins.
Ye Okay.
Thank you.
Oh, my gosh.
She's in.
They're going to send Tamara an e-mail confirmation - by the end of the week.
- Well, tha that's amazing.
- Mm-hmm.
- Y-You're amazing, and I am, a suspicious idiot.
Well, maybe a little.
You know what? I'm gonna talk to Tamara, beg for forgiveness.
No, you're not.
That would break her heart.
How is she? Lucky, a packet burst, but only one pill ruptured.
So we're keeping her overnight to make sure there are no further complications.
Hey! Guys, I had the weirdest dream.
You were in it.
Well, I hate to break it to you, but that wasn't a dream.
The flying monkeys were real? - Oh, uh - You know what? Why don't we talk more about this when you come down? - Okay.
- LUCY: Okay.
- Are you alright? - [SIGHS.]
I'm fine.
So is the baby.
But they killed Diego.
La Fiera's son.
Pas besoin d'eux - Angela - I know.
But can we not talk about it Right now? There's still a lot of Paperwork and interviews.
I'm not leaving without you.
I don't want you to.
Je sais que ça te fait mal End of shift? [SCOFFS.]
More like end of job.
They had to intubate the old man.
He'll be dead in a day or two, so, um I'm screwed again.
- Et même si tu insistes - You need to go to rehab, Mack.
Are you kidding? The pills are the only thing moving me forward right now.
I can't afford to stop.
I'm too deep in the hole, and I gotta get out before I can get clean.
And how many times have you heard a junkie say that exact same thing? Plenty.
And how many of them ever did? [SCOFFS.]
Look, you can hate me all you want, Mack, but I'm not giving up on you.
There's never an easy time to get clean, and you are about to go through the worst year of your life.
You're not gonna survive this, man, unless you're sober.
- You don't know that.
- Yes, I do.
Yes, I do.
And so do you.
Come on, Mack.
It's time for you to cowboy up, alright? Own your mistakes, man.
Just take your lumps.
Be an example for your kids.
You're a better man than this.
Mais même si tu insistes J'ai pu le goût de croire en rien Good.
Alright? - Okay.
- Je serai le sauveur [EXHALES DEEPLY.]
Let's go.
De mon simple bonheur Hey, you, uh You wouldn't happen to have any suggestions on where I could throw a bachelorette party, would you? I mean, Jason's got that sports bar on Sunset.
- Yeah.
That's a no-go.
- [SIGHS.]
Oh, good.
Lasagna is in the oven.
You cooked? I tried.
I couldn't totally remember my mom's recipe, but I think it's pretty close.
Oh, I got you something.
I know that Lucy broke your Yoda thing.
- You told him, right? - Wh Yes.
- Yes.
- Mm-hmm.
Anyways, I couldn't afford the fancy one, but I thought you'd like this.
It's, uh You did not have to do that.
I know, but you're letting me stay here, and for the first time in forever, I feel safe.
Tamara, look, um - Et le don de faire du bien - You are welcome to stay as long as you want.
have you seen "The Mandalorian"? Because I am so down to watch it again.
- For the third time.
- JACKSON: Okay.
That sounded judgy.
It's based on a movie, right? - A mo Oh.
- Shh.
- It's okay.
- Okay.
- It's okay.
Um, I gotta teach you some stuff.
Come on.
What if he never fully recovers? What if the future is me being his nurse? You'll never be alone.
Promise you that.
The surgery went really well.
The damage wasn't as severe as we thought, and Henry will make a full recovery.
Oh, thank God.
Thank you.
Thank you.
Um - W-when can we see him? - Oh, in a few hours.
They're just getting him settled in recovery.
- Okay.
- Thank you.
Good night.
Too soon for "I told you so" s? - No.
Bring it on.
- Okay.
I told you so.
- Come here.
- Get in here.
- Get in here.
- Okay.
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