The Rookie (2018) s04e07 Episode Script

Fire Fight

Bailey? Bailey, you okay? [GROANING.]
Give me your belt.
- Your belt.
Give me your belt.
Control, this is Detective Lopez.
I have a fully engulfed structure fire at 1600 Quiet Valley Lane in Newhall.
I need fire rescue and an RA for a woman with a puncture wound to her left leg.
Fred's still in there.
Don't move.
- We have to help him! - Bailey.
No one could have survived that.
Bailey, he's gone.
Hey, whoa, whoa! What are you doing? - I'm fine.
- You're not fine.
Come on.
Back in bed, back in bed.
- Watch your legs.
- How's the patient? - Did they find Fred? I'm afraid so.
His body sustained extensive damage in the explosion, but the Deputy Fire Chief made a positive ID.
I'm sorry.
I know you were close.
I thought we were.
Then he turned out to be a serial killer, so it would seem that the guy I liked, was Just a disguise he was wearing.
LOPEZ: Seems like he knew we were onto him wanted to go out on his own terms, one last fire.
Hey, you okay? I heard you got the guy.
Thanks to Nolan and Bailey.
So we need to close out the case tomorrow.
Do you mind partnering with Lopez? Yeah, whatever you need.
Sarge, I was hoping I could take the day tomorrow, just to help Bailey get settled at my place.
I told you I'd be fine in my apartment.
I'm sure you would be, but I'm not budging on this.
I don't want to impose.
It's not an imposition.
Okay, here we go.
Watch your step.
You're pretty good on those.
Gymnast all through high school and college.
If you can sprain it, twist it, or dislocate it, I have.
All I want is a couch.
You don't want to go straight to bed? Not yet.
First, I'm gonna have a big cry, and eat some carbs, probably cry again, - then I can sleep.
- Okay.
I will get the tissues and ice cream.
Thank you.
You're welcome.
So I rolled a stop sign.
What's the big deal? No, you ran a red light and a stop sign, and when we tried to pull you over, you flipped us off and led us on a medium-speed pursuit.
I was late for an appointment with Orchid, my life coach.
Well, she's doing a terrible job.
TIM: Go stand over there.
Is there anything we can do about this lighting? [TELEPHONES RINGING.]
Hey, so I've been meaning to talk to you about our bet from the treasure hunt.
- The bet I won? - No, the bet I won.
I had the gold in my hands.
Because I stopped to arrest an armed gunman.
Eh, technically, I arrested him.
All you did was stand there with your arm out.
Which is even more impressive.
Sir, what do you think? - What? - You okay, sir? Something wrong with the booking slip? No.
What do you need? An umpire, um.
Who do you think won our treasure hunt bet? - It was a tie.
- TIM: Oh - We need a rematch.
- LUCY: Oh, I have an idea.
Why don't we race each other in an escape room? Hard pass.
No, we need a neutral party to decide the terms of the competition.
And that would be me.
I'm gonna assign each of you a penal code violation at random.
First one to make their arrest wins.
Officer Chen, your crime is 266i encourage, influence, or persuade someone to become a prostitute.
Sergeant Bradford, yours is 148.
Oh, come on.
Willfully and maliciously tampers with or breaks fire protection equipment? You knew that off the top of your head? You didn't? - LUCY: Hmm.
- It's unfair.
So is life.
Deal with it.
Oh, thank you.
TINSLEY: Is there any way I can get a single? No, I'm afraid not.
Maybe I can make a donation to the policemen's fund or something.
Okay, don't add bribery to your charge.
It's a whole other stack of paperwork.
Let's go.
What if I give you someone worse? I know about a real crime.
I could cut a deal, right? Like in the movies.
That depends.
What's the crime? They're alleging you beat a man to death with a tire iron.
Dude deserved it.
He's banging my ex-wife.
That's a street violation.
That demands repercussions.
Right, sadly, street violations don't hold up in court.
- Says here there's a witness.
Yeah, some nosy old man across the street saw the whole thing.
- Well, that's a problem.
- Why? He's the one that's watching us like some perv.
Be that as it may, we should start talking plea deal.
A No! No way, man, okay? Elijah said you could fix this.
Elijah makes too many promises.
But I'll do what I can.
In the meantime, hey, you know the drill best behavior.
Don't talk to anyone.
I noticed you got a new client.
Business is good.
Lately, it seems like all your clients are on Elijah Stone's payroll.
Well, every criminal defendant is entitled to a defense, regardless of who they associate with.
Yes, and up 'til recently, you've always chosen to represent the underdog.
But now, the way things are going, you're on your way to becoming a mob lawyer.
I think that's a bit extreme.
And there's only two ways I've ever seen that turn out You end up disbarred and indicted, or you end up dead.
Okay, I think that You know how much I care for Angela.
If you ever get in over your head, you can come see me.
I appreciate that.
But you know I would never do anything to jeopardize my family.
I hope not.
I'll let you know if there's gonna be a service.
Okay, bye.
- I made breakfast.
- You sure did.
I was feeling a little powerless, so, this happened.
You're not gonna hear me complaining.
This smells amazing.
Who was that on the phone? Fred's old captain.
His family's dealing with so much, so I'm contacting some of his - former colleagues.
That's me.
I'll take this real quick.
Hey, what's up? I just wanted to call and check in and see how Bailey's doing.
Uh, she's made four different kinds of pancakes.
I'm not sure if that's good or bad.
Yeah, the type A personality's first stage of grief, cooking.
- What's next? - Uh, cleaning.
Then organization.
She can't fix what happened, but she can fix every little thing that's wrong in her apartment.
Uh, well, she's staying with me.
Yeah, well, when she changes the drapes, - just roll with it.
- Right.
Thanks for checking in.
I gotta go.
I am so sorry, David, but can you repeat that? When were you at Lake Mead with Fred? DAVID: Last Fourth of July.
- And you were with him the whole time? - Yep.
It was supposed to be a week-long camping trip, but, uh, a couple days in, he got a nasty stomach bug.
He got so dehydrated, I had to take him to Henderson.
He spent the rest of the trip in the hospital.
Never thought that'd be the last time I'd ever see him.
And he will be missed.
I will let you know if there's any details about the funeral, take care, okay? - Thanks, Bailey, you too.
Okay, I know I'm on pain pills and all, but you heard what I just heard, right? We know Fred was in Nevada July 8th, and that lined up, with an unsolved arson-homicide.
But he was in the hospital.
Fred has an alibi.
That means Fred was set up, and the real killer is still out there somewhere.
What about the watch and all the keepsakes I found in his house? Whoever framed Fred must have planted them there, counting on us finding them.
I gotta call Lopez, have her reopen the investigation.
Don't just call.
You need to go into work.
Find that bastard.
- Are you sure? - BAILEY: We have a deal, remember? I run toward fires.
You run toward bullets.
Time to run toward bullets.
But, not literally.
So, I have a list of locations we should check out when we get back out on patrol.
You know, just some places that I think need a police presence.
Places you're sure to get your pandering collar? Oh.
Yeah, maybe.
Is that really your focus? - Our bet? - Come on.
I know that you bribed Nell to throw any "fire alarm tampering" cases your way.
- Nell and I are friends.
- Mm.
Sometimes, I give her Dodgers tickets.
Oh, finally.
- What's this all about? - [SIGHS.]
Carter, I understand that you've recently started your own skincare line.
We're a small operation, but we're growing.
I'm hoping to get a write-up in Goop.
I-I don't know what that is.
I'll explain later.
Uh, a friend of yours gave us a jar of your night cream.
She claims that one of the ingredients is tiger's blood, like, literally blood from an endangered animal.
Firms the skin right up.
Participating in the endangered animal trade could land you in jail for up to five years.
CONNIE: You don't understand the wellness game.
It's cutthroat.
I need to stand out.
How else am I gonna compete with Sloan and her vitamin business? I mean, everybody knows that her B-12 rejuvenation pills are just benzos, in fancy bottles.
Um, she's selling psychiatric drugs? Oh, the whole "westside buffet.
" What's Sloan's last name? Hey, any news? Valley Hospital in Henderson verified that Fred was a patient from July 6th to the 10th.
Okay, so there's no way he committed the murder and arson in Nevada.
No, we're gonna have to go back and re-examine everything going back to the first hit-and-run.
Whoever did this is covering his tracks, so we need to separate the things our killer wanted us to believe from the facts of the case.
Hey, uh, Nolan.
Oh, uh, brought this for Bailey.
Hope she's, uh, f-feeling better.
NOLAN: Oh, thank you, that's that's very thoughtful.
Yeah, she's doing great.
Oh, uh, I brought that, uh, doorbell camera footage you asked for.
Right, thank you very much for that.
This is Marcus.
He's, uh, Fred's neighbor.
I met him at the barbecue.
Uh, this is Detectives Lopez and Harper.
Good to meet you.
I mean, bad circumstances, I I don't know what I'm trying to say.
Yeah, we're all struggling with what happened.
Uh, what did happen? Uh, people were saying that it was a gas leak, and one of the firefighters said it could be arson.
And now I'm standing in a police station.
I really don't know what to think.
Uh, well, I'm afraid there's not much I can tell you.
Of course, right.
Did you notice anything out of the ordinary in the last few days? Other than a big ball of fire? No, sorry.
Well, if you can think of anything else, you have Nolan's number.
- Thanks again.
- Yeah.
What'd he get her? Uh Chocolates.
That's nice.
- Look out.
- What do you mean? - [HARPER SCOFFS.]
Nolan, he was the only civilian at the firefighter party.
He is buying gifts for Bailey.
Come on.
He's a badge bunny.
Just for a different badge.
And your girlfriend's wearing it.
Oh, no, I don't think so.
No, uh, he knows Bailey.
It's not so weird.
Okay, when was the last time you bought chocolates, for someone you weren't sleeping with? Um - That guy's after my girlfriend.
- Mm.
Okay, I'm gonna start combing through the security footage.
- What are you going to do? - Oh, I'm, uh, headed to the hospital.
The victim you pulled out of the fire is finally out of ICU.
- I'll go with you.
- All right.
- Thank you.
- LOPEZ: Mm-hmm.
Elijah needs to see you.
Just tell him to come upstairs.
We'll talk in my office.
He wants to talk to you in his.
ELIJAH: Just heard from Jay.
He expressed a lack of confidence in your ability to get him out of his legal difficulties.
He murdered a man.
Except for the eyewitness that clearly saw it happen.
Oh, come on, Counselor.
Eyewitness misidentification is the leading cause of wrongful conviction.
That's Defense Attorney 101.
What, I don't got enough on my plate, I gotta do your job, too? Find some dirt on this guy.
Make him seem unreliable.
I'll do my best, - but so far, I - Look.
Jay got sloppy.
I know, and I'm pissed about it.
But he's my wife's favorite cousin, which means he's my favorite cousin, so prison's not an option.
Now, either You make the witness go away, or Moreno does.
As in "rest in peace"? I didn't say that.
Unlike my wife's dumbass cousin, I'm not foolish enough to commit or confess to crimes in front of witnesses.
We don't even have to go there, okay? I can handle this.
- I just need some time.
- Get it done today.
Meeting's over.
Get out of my office and go do your job.
- TIM: Take off your sunglasses, ma'am.
- Do I have to? These fluorescent lights give me vertigo.
Okay, that could be the least of your worries.
We've been informed, that you're selling psychiatric drugs as a vitamin.
- Who said that? - It doesn't matter.
I'm helping people.
What's the problem? You can't prescribe a controlled substance without a medical license.
My husband is a doctor.
It's the family prescription pad.
Yeah, that's not a thing.
TIM: Look, I don't think you're hearing me, all right? This makes you a drug dealer.
And given the circumstances, a pretty high level one.
You could be looking at 20 years in prison.
What? No.
No, no, no, no, no.
This wh This whole thing has gotten horribly out of hand.
Who ratted me out, anyway? It was Aston, wasn't it? She's been trying to take me down ever since I stole her portrait painter.
Like she needs to be hung on a wall.
You want a real crime to chase? Aston's trying to hire a hitman.
W-What do you mean? Her husband's worth more dead than alive, so she's been on the dark web, trying to hire someone to kill him.
Yah Yah, yah, yah Okay.
That's your disguise? You don't even look like a hitman.
You just look like you.
This is what real hitmen look like.
That is not the point.
Come on.
Get in.
- Woke up trying to work the muscles - [SIGHS.]
What I'm wearing is fine.
Third rule of undercover work Know your audience.
You are not trying to fool another criminal.
You're trying to fool a woman who gets her ideas about crime from Lifetime movies.
Put it on.
- Fine.
- Thank you.
Tryin' new in the lab Got the flow down to a science - [SIGHS.]
- TIM: Oh, my gosh.
- Yeah, that's much better.
- [SIGHS.]
I look like an idiot.
I'd pull me over in a heartbeat.
Exactly, because you look the part.
I'm tryna get rich, yeah, I'm tryna make moves - Yeah, I'm tryna find vibes - TIM: All right, mic me up.
Let's get this over with.
Prove that the flow too smooth Like butter, ooh-ooh, now what you gone do When the crew come through hit you with the one-two It's a little too high.
With my Lamar - I know what I'm doing.
I'll tell you what it is Sorry.
Mic check, one, two.
Okay, levels are good.
She should be here in 15 minutes.
Yeah, right now, right now - I'm coming for it all - right now Doesn't matter who what when where how [SLIDING DOOR OPENS.]
Pimpin' if you gotta know, and you really wanna know What are you doing here? I have until the end of the day.
I'm just here to get it done if you can't.
Good luck.
And ya know a playa stayin' keyed the Cali way Break it down then you bring it back [MUSIC CONTINUES, MUFFLED.]
Andrews, thank you for meeting me on such short notice.
Long as I ain't gotta drive nowhere.
So, I just have a few questions [SIGHS.]
about the crime, thank you.
that you allegedly witnessed.
Uh, first, do you wear glasses? 20/20 vision my whole life.
Anything to drink, on the night in question? Been sober 38 years.
How clear was your view of the events the night in question? He killed the man right there.
WESLEY: Huh? It was getting late, 8:00 p.
- It would've been dark.
- Not on my block.
Those street lights so much as flicker, I call the city.
You know why, Mr.
Evers? 'Cause I do whatever it takes to protect my neighborhood.
From criminals.
And their lawyers.
I know why you're here.
Wanna scare me off.
Well, go tell your boss I don't scare easy.
I'm not trying to intimidate you.
I just, um [SIGHS.]
I hear you.
Can I use your bathroom before I go? Sure.
Thank you.
What's your emergency? My neighbor keeps an illegal firearm under his bed.
I'm in fear for my life.
Send the police.
70 Oak Place.
KEN: I don't remember his face.
I keep trying, but, uh, every time I try and focus, uh, it just skitters away from me like a silverfish.
Well, that's your mind protecting you.
It's normal.
Yet I remember him acting so horrified that he hit me with his car.
He insisted on taking me to the hospital, so I let him put me in the back seat.
Just went along with it.
A stranger said he was gonna help me, and I trusted him.
Of course you did.
Anyone else would've done the same.
Did he say anything in the car? I-I don't remember, I I blacked out as soon as I got into the car.
Well, they found Rohypnol in your system.
That would explain the blackout.
Do you remember anything from inside the abandoned building where he took you? Unfortunately, um, when I woke up Pain was just eating me alive, and, uh, I remember praying that I would black out.
And then he started stomping on my broken legs.
Is there anything else you remember? The smallest thing could help.
Uh, his back.
At one point, he leaned over, and his shirt came up, and there was something on his back.
Was it a tattoo? Scar? Uh, ma Uh, maybe a burn? KEN: I don't think it's a tattoo.
Maybe a burn or a scar.
- Does that help? - Absolutely.
Um, call us if you can think of anything else, and I will be sure to keep you up to date on the case.
- Okay? - Thank you.
NOLAN: Hey, this guy is a predator.
He knew exactly how to incapacitate you.
What happened was not your fault.
- You made sure you weren't followed? - ASTON: Yes.
I drove around in circles for like a half an hour.
So, how does this work? Well, that's up to you.
Your ad indicated you have a problem with your husband? Yes.
I need him to not be alive anymore.
Mm, that's not gonna be enough.
- We need her to spell it out.
- TIM: Okay.
Do you want it to look like natural causes? A suicide? Homicide? Must be a lonely kind of life Being a hitman.
It can be.
So, you're not seeing anyone? Oh, my God.
She's hitting on you.
No, not at the moment.
- Mm.
- You see, the thing is, the fee varies depending on the method.
So I need you to tell me what you want.
What I want Changed a little when you got in the car.
Wait, is she touching you? She's touching you, isn't she? Hey, you know what? If she offers you money for sex, I'm gonna win this bet.
Look, I am down to do whatever you want.
- Hmm.
- Yeah, you are.
I just want to get the business out of the way first.
So, it's $20,000 for a straight murder $25,000 if you want it to look like suicide.
I'd pay you twice that to kill the bastard.
And the bastard is? My husband, obviously.
Got her.
You know, once he's dead, I'll be a very wealthy woman.
You're under arrest.
All right.
No, I-I appreciate the help.
Thank you.
Anything? We struck out with Fred's gardener.
He has access to Fred's property, but he has an alibi for almost every murder.
He's definitely not our guy.
And the mail carrier alibied out, too.
So, that leaves us with The handyman.
His name's Ricardo Fuentes, and he has a couple of assault charges from years ago.
- Did you talk with him? - Yeah.
And he was less than helpful.
When I asked for his whereabouts on the dates of the murders, he refused to answer.
That doesn't make him a suspect.
I mean, maybe he just doesn't trust the police.
True, but When I asked him why he went to Fred's house yesterday morning, he had an odd answer.
He said he got a call to go to Fred's house to strap the water heater down and that he was told to enter the property if no one was home.
And the odd part is? How he claims he was paid.
With cash, in an envelope taped to the water heater.
But of course, he threw away the envelope.
So, maybe he's telling the truth, and this is him going to strap down the water heater.
Or he's setting the bomb that killed Fred.
Okay, well, that's easily verifiable.
I can just swing by Fred's house on the way home, see if Ricardo did the work.
- Thanks.
- Let us know what you find.
You got it.
Hey, where's the food? - [KEYS CLATTER.]
- [SIGHS.]
I forgot.
It's been a crazy day.
Which is why I said we should order in, but you insisted that you would be driving by the restaurant - and would pick something up.
- Okay, I forgot.
- Okay? Cut me some slack.
- Slack? I work just as long as you but somehow still came home, tidied up the house, fed Jack, and put him to bed.
Well, that's because you're perfect.
The rest of us are just human.
Where did that come from? - [DOOR OPENS.]
- Where are you going? To get the food.
- [SIGHS.]
- Hey.
BAILEY: When are you coming home? - You okay? - Yeah, I'm just tired.
These painkillers are no joke.
Don't wait up for me.
- Go to sleep.
- BAILEY: How's it going? We're gonna catch this guy.
I promise.
Oh, don't do that.
I don't need empty promises.
It's bad for relationships.
- Trust me.
- Okay.
Well, we had a suspect, but his story checks out, and now we got nothing.
Well, there's three varieties of pie waiting for you when you get home.
You are supposed to be staying off your feet, and what kind of pie? Cherry, apple, and chocolate cream.
You're my favorite.
BAILEY: That's good, 'cause you're mine.
Hurry home to me, okay? Yes, ma'am.
- Hey, Marcus.
- MARCUS: Nolan.
Thanks again for that, uh, doorbell footage.
- It helped.
- Ah, good, good.
Um, any leads? Uh, we're checking all the angles.
Well Have a good night.
You too.
Hey there.
You were out for quite a while.
You know, mixing Rohypnol and head trauma can be a little Dicey.
Are you? [CHUCKLES.]
Only the coolest place in Los Angeles.
I found this place when I was out looking, for a new killing ground.
It's some kind of used factory.
I don't know what the hell they made here, but it is huge and super abandoned, and it got me thinking on a much larger scale.
Hey, John? John.
- There you go.
Do you know what the adductor longus is, John? Oh, probably not.
Uh, I'm pretty sure yours is shredded.
You know, when car hits human, human always loses.
But who am I to tell you that? I mean, how many car wrecks and hit-and-runs have you worked? They're gonna catch you.
I mean, you You got uncomfortably close.
Closer than anyone ever has.
It's all my fault.
No, I got lazy.
For 10 years, I have had an ironclad MO Travel to hunt.
But I-I figured, you know, Los Angeles, it's so big.
I-I figured if I stayed far enough away from where I lived, it'd be kind of like a-a murder staycation.
But then you got lucky with that hot firefighter, and I got unlucky.
So, it's time to leave "Marcus" behind, get off the grid, go on the run.
But, you know, first, I thought I'd have a little fun.
Would you stop trying to break free? I'm gonna let you go in a minute.
- Bull.
- MARCUS: No, really.
See, the thing about addicts, is they're constantly trying to relive that first high.
You know, when the effect was the strongest.
It's just, it's never as good the second time.
Is that why you target former addicts? Trying to punish a version of yourself? [LAUGHS.]
God, no! I feel no shame for what I do.
The needs I feel.
No, i-if I could murder someone every day, I would be the happiest man on the planet.
Oh, I don't know, maybe I'd lose my taste for it.
You know, like when you eat too many chips.
Anybody ever tell you you're crazy? Sure.
But then I burn them to ash.
Ooh, that was close.
Ooh, I should've seen that coming.
Okay, not a great first step.
We'll call it a useful failing.
A teachable moment.
Now Here's the deal.
I'm gonna cut you free.
I'm gonna give you a one-minute head start, and then I'm gonna come kill you.
You gonna give me a weapon? - [CHUCKLES.]
- I said I wanted a challenge, but I'm not an idiot.
And what if I don't run? What if I come over there and I take that knife and I stick it someplace you don't like? Aah! [GRUNTS.]
Well, I think we're ready.
Huh? This is exciting.
I'm-I'm actually a little bit nervous.
A-are you? Well, ready, set [LAUGHS.]
I mean, you didn't think I'd play fair, did you? [HEARTBEAT.]
All right, well A-one-a-Mississippi.
MARCUS: Tha-ree-a-Mississippi.
Well This is fun, isn't it? I gotta say, the silence? It's kinda nice.
Usually, there's a lot of whining and begging.
Fair amount of sobbing.
I mean, you'd think that would be part of my thrill, but, you know, it really just works on the nerves.
MARCUS: Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! John.
See, the thing is, the deck is stacked against you.
You see, I've had weeks to get this place ready.
Hey, here we go.
What's wrong, John? You stuck? [GRUNTING.]
Run, rabbit! Run! [GRUNTING.]
MARCUS: Whoo-hoo-hoo! John! [GRUNTS.]
Hey, John.
John, you in there? Hey, you wanna know a little secret? I hate scary movies.
I mean, you'd think I'd love them 'cause Well, duh.
But no, I'm actually a sucker for a jump-scare.
You know, the way, the way you get everything real quiet.
And then it gets you on the edge of your seat.
You know.
And then, bam! - [LAUGHS.]
- Ugh! [GRUNTING.]
Ugh! [GROANS.]
It's over, Marcus! Give it up! We can still call you an ambulance! You stabbed me.
What the heck did you stab me with? Scissors.
Rusty ones, too.
Now, you give your ass up.
You make this a fight to the death, I swear to God, you'll be the one - they carry out of here! - [GUN COCKS.]
Aw, come on.
Ah, safety, safety, safety.
Agh! Come on, come on, come on, come on.
What's your emergency? This is Officer John Nolan, badge number 25253.
I am hurt and under attack by Marcus Lindsey, a serial murder suspect armed with an assault rifle.
Send help! [ENGINE REVVING.]
I win.
And you're under arrest.
You need to pay better attention to your surroundings, man.
What do they call it? Uh Situational awareness.
Elijah's not gonna be happy about this.
Elijah brought his own bat.
Wait, wait, wait! Why are you doing this?! Stop! Stop! The strangest thing happened yesterday after you left that witness' home.
Cops swooped in and arrested him.
It was almost like someone wanted to keep him out of harm's way.
It's like you were working against me.
Are you really this stupid? [GROANS LOUDLY.]
You told me to make the witness go away.
That's what I did! I took him off the board! I got him arrested for an illegal weapons violation.
There is no way he can testify now.
His credibility's shot.
And as an added bonus, you didn't have to commit another crime.
Well, that changes things.
You need to work on your communication skills, 'cause this beating's based on your lack of transparency.
Are we good? Yeah.
For now.
Great work.
Welcome back to the land of the living.
Doc said you were pretty banged up, but lucky you, no broken bones.
Really? It feels like everything's broken.
They have meds for that.
Great job out there.
We got him.
No, you got him.
Yeah, after he got me.
There she is.
I was gonna do my makeup - [SIGHS.]
- Come here.
- Ow.
- Oh, sorry.
NOLAN: No, no.
It's okay, it's okay.
It's a good hurt.
I can take it.
I can take it.
I can't take it.
- Mm.
- [SIGHS.]
- I'm so relieved you're okay.
Oh, it's nothing.
Just a couple more war wounds I can flaunt in bed.
Speaking of, what are you doing here? Aren't you supposed to be in bed? Mm, yeah.
Scoot over.
- Okay.
A house divided Okay.
You left me all ignited again [BOTH SIGH.]
You got him.
I told you I would.
Oh, no.
"I told you so" is so much worse than "I promise.
" - Really? - A relationship killer.
I'm gonna need some kind of cheat sheet, I think.
Oh, oh Seriously, I can't believe you bought out the entire gift shop.
What? You've been in the hospital before.
You know how boring it can be.
- What did you get him? - Nothing.
I'll just put my name on yours.
Hey, we're going back out on patrol after we're done visiting with Nolan, right? [SIGHS.]
What? You know, I have a bet to win.
Okay, can we just call it off? Police work is too important to turn into a game.
- You're just worried you're gonna lose.
- Sure.
If that's what you need to hear, let's go with that.
Wait, hold on.
Since when did you become the noble one here? Does this mean we're square on our bet? Fine.
Nobody wins.
But the basket is only from me.
Where you been? I thought you were gonna be here for bedtime.
Sorry, I-I got stuck on a call.
What's wrong? [VOICE BREAKING.]
I screwed up.
I need help.

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