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#203 : Tueurs contre tueurs

A cause d’un contrat de 100 000$ sur la tête d’Halstead, une amie à lui s’est fait tirer dessus alors qu'Erin et lui l’ont échappé belle. L’équipe est à la recherche du tueur à gages et ils apprennent qu’halstead n’est pas la seule cible... Nadia, essaye de s’intégrer au mieux au district 21, mais c’est sans compter sur Platt qui y mêle son grain de sel.

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Titre VO
The Weigh station

Titre VF
Tueurs contre tueurs

Première diffusion
08.10.2014

Première diffusion en France
12.01.2016

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Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda), l'air pensif

Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda), l'air pensif

L'agent de patrouille Kim Burgess, jouée par Marina Squerciati

L'agent de patrouille Kim Burgess, jouée par Marina Squerciati

Scène d'action en perspective !

Scène d'action en perspective !

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) a arrêté un suspect

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) a arrêté un suspect

Bunny (Markie Post) s'entretient avec sa fille Erin

Bunny (Markie Post) s'entretient avec sa fille Erin

Alvin Olinsky, joué par Elias Koteas

Alvin Olinsky, joué par Elias Koteas

La concentration est de mise pour la police de Chicago

La concentration est de mise pour la police de Chicago

Jay fait souffrir un suspect

Jay fait souffrir un suspect

Kevin (LaRoyce Hawkins) a le regard dans le vide

Kevin (LaRoyce Hawkins) a le regard dans le vide

Jay ou la réplique du Penseur

Jay ou la réplique du Penseur

Al (Elias Koteas) et Adam ont mis quelqu'un sur écoute

Al (Elias Koteas) et Adam ont mis quelqu'un sur écoute

Erin (Sophia Bush) en pleine action

Erin (Sophia Bush) en pleine action

Jay Halstead, joué par Jesse Lee soffer

Jay Halstead, joué par Jesse Lee soffer

Hank Voight, joué par Jason Beghe

Hank Voight, joué par Jason Beghe

Trudy Platt (Amy Morton) derrière son comptoir

Trudy Platt (Amy Morton) derrière son comptoir

Adam (Patrick J. Flueger) est en pleine écoute

Adam (Patrick J. Flueger) est en pleine écoute

Jay arrête les méchants !

Jay arrête les méchants !

Discussion tendue dans les bureaux de la Police

Discussion tendue dans les bureaux de la Police

Nadia, jouée par Stella Maeve

Nadia, jouée par Stella Maeve

Jay est en mauvaise posture

Jay est en mauvaise posture

Adam (Patrick J. Flueger)

Adam (Patrick J. Flueger)

Erin et son père adoptif Hank

Erin et son père adoptif Hank

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Scénario :Michael Batistick
Réalisation : Nick Gomez

Guest Starring : Stella Maeve (Nadia), Markie Post (Bunny), Paul Schulze (Joseph Price), Kara Killmer (ambulancière Sylvie Brett),Jason Singer (Oskar Bembenek), Sarah Mitchell (Maddie), Paulina Olszynski (Charlene Radigan), Chris Agos (ASA Steve Kot), Scott Benjaminson (Johnny Douglas), Erik Hellman (Dr. Alec Willhite),Luke Daigle (Donald Novak)

Gunshots

Bar

Halstead: You're okay. I need you to stay calm. Just stay calm, okay? I need you to call 911 now.

Outside

Lindsay: Lincoln 5021 emergency. I need backup at 4292 South Emerald Street.

Bar

Halstead: Maddie, everything's going to be okay.

Lindsay: Jay?

Halstead: Hey, come here.
Lindsay: Was anybody hit?

Halstead: Erin, I need more towels. I need more towels.

Lindsay: Give me towels, now.

Woman: Yeah, here.

Halstead: Help's on the way.
Ambo arrives.

Bar

Lindsay: Shot to the neck. My partner's got her behind the bar.
Sylvie: All right. We got it from here. I need the stretcher, the back board, and kerlix for the bleeding.

Lindsay: We'll get him.

Intelligence’s office

Voight: So you knew the victim? Maddie Callahan.

Halstead: She worked there.

Voight: No I.D. on the shooter?

Lindsay No, patrol's going door to door in the neighbourhood looking for witnesses.

Dawson: That was the hospital. Your friend's in ICU, but she's alive.

Halstead: Thanks.

Dawson: Hey, it's not your fault. Someone needs to talk to Bembenek.

Voight: Oh, Olinsky's already on that.

Atwater: A black Arcadia was found abandoned in Englewood. It matches the description of the getaway vehicle, but there's no prints. They torched it.

Ruzek: White male just checked into a South Side clinic about a half hour ago, two bullet wounds.

Voight: All right, Lindsay, Antonio, get on it. No, no, no, Jay. You're in protective custody until this dies down.

Halstead: They shot my friend. They nearly killed me and Erin.

Voight: You got a target on your back. You're not going anywhere till that target's removed.

Halstead: So I'm under house arrest?

Burgess: You wanted to see us, Sergeant?

Voight: Halstead doesn't leave your sight until I say so. And he stays here at the 21st.

Roman: You got it.

Halstead: They don't have to stay up here to keep an eye on me. You got to be kidding me! Voight: Keep an eye on him.

Platt’s office

Nadia: Sorry, guys.

Platt: Hey Oh, the investigation can begin, everyone. Nadia's here. What, did you take a bus? Nadia: Two, actually.

Platt: What are you doing here, Nadia, answering phones for 12 bucks an hour?

Nadia: Hey, it's a start.

Platt: No, pumpkin, it's an end. You're going to be up there until your boobs are bouncing off your knees, and all you're going to have to show for it is free dental, maybe a couple of flings with some married cops.

Nadia: I'm going to be a cop one day, and a damn good one.

Platt: Not going to happen. Not with your resume.

Nadia: Happy Birthday, Sergeant.

 

Lindsay: Hey.

Nadia: Hey.

Platt: Lindsay, you got a visitor.

Lindsay: You got to be kidding me.

Dawson: Who's that?

Lindsay: I'll meet you in the car.

Dawson: Make it quick.

Lindsay: Yeah… I am in the middle of something.

Bunny: I emailed you like you told me to, but you didn't answer me, so…

Lindsay: Summarize your email.

Bunny: I'm getting married today. At 5:00.

Lindsay: Why do you want me there? Really. I met the guy, I played along, me and you, we're best friends. And if Johnny didn't buy it, I'm sorry. That's the best I can do.

Bunny: Could you just put your machete down for one minute? I'm getting married. You're my only child. I'm trying to turn my life around.

Lindsay: I gotta go.

Prison

Olinsky: So they got you in protective custody, I hear. You got a lot of enemies in gen pop, don't you?

Oskar: Nah. Just friends. I got friends everywhere.

Olinsky: Me too. The warden used to be a cop. I know you're afraid to die, Oskar. I could always see it in your eyes. So I'm here to give you one chance to live. You call off the hit on Halstead, and you tell me who it was tried to take him out at that bar.

Oskar: Wait, wait we're talking about the Detective Halstead that killed my brother? That Halstead?

Olinsky: Listen to me. Carefully. I'm giving you one chance.

Oskar: I'm doing time. Trying to get my head around that. Can't be worried about the outside world.

Platt’s office

Ruzek Hey, Sergeant. Listen, we know Bembenek put this contract out from prison, but he's not talking. So we turned his cell upside down, we got nothing. We think he put the call out from a prison land line. Olinsky knows the warden, says you know somebody in the sheriff's office who handles these things. So if there's any way I could get those recordings without having to go through all the red tape, that would be well, that would be dandy.

Platt: Deputy Radigan. I'll give you her number.

Ruzek: What the hell is that

Platt: This?

Ruzek: Yeah.

Platt: It's a ham sandwich. No, it's a shrimp boat. You want the number or not?

Ruzek: Yes, please.

Platt: Let me ask you something.
Ruzek: Mm-hmm.

Platt: How's Nadia doing up there?

Ruzek: She's killing it. Why?

Platt: No reason.

Ruzek: Thank you.

Hospital

Dawson: Where are you going, Donald?

Donald: Do I know you?

Dawson: What did you get treated for?

Donald: Hey, look, I just ah! I accidentally thumbed the trigger. Pow.

Dawson: Twice, in the back?

Lindsay: Detective Dawson, I'm going to bet you a week's salary that the bullets they took out of his shoulder are going to match my gun.

Dawson: You couldn't give me odds high enough to take that bet.

Lindsay: You tell us what happened before we get the slugs from the nurse, you're officially co-operative. You wait until after, and you just bought yourself another ten years.

Donald: I just drove. I swear to God, I just drove. And I sure as hell didn't know a cop was the target.

Dawson: Who was the shooter?

Lindsay: Nurse.

Donald: He's my friend, man.

Karl Forsman’s home

Voight: Karl Forsman!

Atwater: Chicago PD!

Voight: Come on, hit it.

Atwater: Stop! Police!

Chase

Karl: Uhh!

Atwater: Get up.

Karl: Uhh!

Atwater: There we go.

Voight: Opened up on a couple of cops last night, huh, Karl? That hurt my feelings.

The cage

Voight: Don't you have some paperwork to do, Kevin?

Atwater: Yeah. Yeah, I got some typing to do.

 

Karl: Oof!

Voight: Did you grow up Catholic, Karl? I mean, most poles are Catholic, right? Remember hearing about purgatory? I mean, if you weren't paying attention, it's… It's a way station between heaven and hell. It's like this place. Heaven, for you, is upstairs. Cup of coffee, comfortable chair, we talk. You tell me why you opened up on two cops, put a girl in the hospital with a hole in her neck, clinging to life. Hell. It's a place we call the silos. About a 15-minute drive from here… Where do you want to go?

Intelligence’s office

Nadia: Okay. Okay. Got it. Uh, Detective Halstead? Sergeant Voight is on his way up with the suspect. Um, he asked that on his way to the interview room, you wait in his office for them to pass by.

Halstead: Which suspect?

Burgess: Uh Maybe it's better that you don't know, right?

Halstead: Is it the shooter?

Roman: Let's head in Voight's office, Jay.

Halstead: First of all, it's Detective. Second of all, let's not me and you get off on the wrong foot.

Roman: I'm all for that. But if you can join me in Voight's office, Detective, that'd be great.

Interview room

Halstead: That's him, that's

Roman: Hey, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Halstead: Sarge, give me five minutes. Gimme five minutes!

Roman: Is that what we're going to do, throw? Because you're not walking past me until I get an "all clear. " You got that?

 

Karl: I was at the club. Some, uh, higher-level guys were talking about the contract on this cop, Halstead. I've been trying to move up, impress the guys. Hell, a hundred grand for the hit wouldn't hurt either.

Voight: It's just you and this driver? Novak?

Karl: Yeah, that's it. Did he give me up?

Voight: Tends to happen when people are looking at murder charges.

Karl: Yeah. Well, for whatever it's worth, I wasn't going to go after anyone else on that list.

Voight: Wait, hold it. What list? What are you talking about?

Karl: The list. Bembenek has a hit list. If he was going to go away to prison, he wanted certain people killed.
Voight: How many people?

Karl: I don't know. But it was more than just the cop on there.

 

Atwater: Antonio's in Logan Square. He's saying he needs you down there.

Voight: I'll let you keep him company.

In street

Dawson: The assistant state's attorney in Bembenek's murder trial, Steve Kot?

Voight: Yeah.

Dawson: Kot's daughter. Two shots to the skull. 16.

Intelligence’s office

Atwater: Doubling up on squad cars in front of all the homes of the people involved in the Bembenek trial. There's judges, lawyers, clerks.

Olinsky: Bembenek anticipated that. That's why he's going after their family members.

Dawson: Two taps to the head without an eye witness. That was a professional hit.

Lindsay: And we have no idea how many people are on this list?

Voight: No.

Halstead: Hey, will you call Chicago Med and check on Maddie from the bar?

Nadia: Yeah, of course. Hello?

Platt: How'd you know it was my birthday?

Nadia: I have access to all the personnel files. Wasn't that hard to figure out. And I can assure you it won't happen again. Anything else, Sergeant?

Platt: No.

Nadia: You have a good day.

 

Ruzek: Hey, everyone, this is, uh, Sheriff Charlene Radigan. She helped me secure phone recordings Bembenek made on a cook county land line.

Charlene Radigan: Most of the calls are in Polish. Inmates switch to their native tongues all the time when they try to cover up what they're talking about.

Ruzek: So we're going to need a translator. Forsman kid flipped, right? You think he'd you think he'd do it?

Voight: He'll paint my house if I want him to. It's in here.

Charlene Radigan: Remember, this Saturday, F.O.P. picnic. Corn dogs.

Ruzek: Corn dogs. Gotta get a cup of coffee.

Burgess: Yeah. I'm gonna get some coffee too.

Roman: Yeah, right.

Intelligence’s kitchen

Ruzek: So listen, I don't know what that sounded like, but I'm not going to the F.O.P. picnic with her.

Burgess: Corn dogs?

Ruzek: She mans the booth I guess. I told her I like them. Doesn't everybody like them? You like them?

Burgess: Adam, maybe this is getting too complicated.

Ruzek: Stop. Look, she asked me to go, yes. I probably should have said, "no, thank you," flat out, but…

Burgess: Maybe we need to take a break.

Interview room

Karl: Uh, I don't know who's on the other end of that call. I've never heard that voice before.

He just told Bembenek "I've got the list. Just tell me when you want to go shopping.

Charlene Radigan: We tried to triangulate the location of where that call went, but no luck. Phone was a throwaway.

Karl: The guy's upset that Bembenek offered the job to somebody else first. Somebody named JP.

Olinsky: JP? Joe Price. I thought he was out of the game.

Voight: Let's find out.

Hallway

Olinsky: Hey.Whoa, whoa, whoa. Sorry, man. Is there something you want to say to me?

Roman: You really don't remember me, do you?

Olinsky: Should I?

Roman: Patrolman Byrne. That doesn't ring a bell?

Olinsky: What's with the guessing game?

Roman: You know what? Forget it.

Olinsky: Hey, hey, hey. Come back here, come here. Listen, when your testicles drop and you finally decide to tell me what your problem is, I'm all ears. But until then, you do not walk around here giving me the high hat. Is that clear?

Roman: Absolutely clear.

Olinsky: Okay.

JP’s home

JP: Mike, why don't you head into the house for a minute, okay?

Voight: What's up, JP?

JP: Long time, Detectives. How are you guys doing? How's Tricks?

Olinsky: Kid looks good.

JP: Yeah, couldn't be prouder. Get to spend a lot more time with him these days, so thank the good lord for that, right? You guys parents?

Voight: Why'd your name come up on a recorded call Oskar Bembenek made from Cook County?

JP: Can't help who calls me.

Voight: We know you were offered the contract.

JP: Then you also know I turned it down. I'm retired. Ask Ray Zancanelli. He'll tell you. I just hang out with the kid these days. That's it.

Olinsky: How big is the hit list?

JP: Conversation didn't go that far. I said "no thanks," click.

Voight: Hello.

 

Atwater: The judge from the Bembenek trial, Joseph Murray, just found his mother with two in the head.

 

Voight: You need to come down to the district.

JP: I can't help you guys.

Voight: You don't know what you can do for us.

JP: At least let me tell my son.

Olinsky: Just get in the car. Come on.

Interview room

Record: How are you holding up? Not well. My mother's got this house on Irving Park. I pay the mortgage, and they've frozen my assets. Is there someone that can help you out? Why do you think I'm talking to you?

Voight: You know who Bembenek's talking to? A name would be helpful.

Olinsky: Look, we got a 16-year-old girl, a 27-year-old-woman, both executed. What, are you going to just sit here and Let another innocent family member get killed?

JP: My son is trying to get into TSA. He's got this pissant obstruction charge from when he was 18. Get that charge sealed, I'm here to help.

Voight: That would take time. Time we don't have.

JP: All I need is a handshake and your word… Patrick Shostak. New breed of contract killer. Back in the day, we… I don't know. There was honour in it. Today, they blow up a city block to take out one mark. They murder the kids if they can't get to the parents.

Olinsky: Yeah.

JP: I had the stomach for a lot of things. But not for that.

Olinsky: Do you know how to get ahold of this Shostak guy?

JP: He has a messaging service. Whether or not he calls me back?

Olinsky: Give it a go.

JP: If he calls me back I say what?

Olinsky: You have Halstead, and you want to make a deal. And tell him you got a photo of Halstead, dead. We'll rig it.

JP: What if he doesn't go for it?

Voight: Just improvise. Isn't that what you had to do when you're trying to kill someone and the plan went sideways?

JP: Allegedly.

Intelligence’s office

Dawson: Command staff has put together a task force to try and reach out to every aunt, uncle, cousin of anyone involved in the Bembenek trial Although there's only so much they can do.

Nadia: Hey, that was Chicago Med. Maddie's heading into surgery, so they're going to let me know.

Lindsay: She'll pull through.

Halstead: I never should have been there.

Lindsay: Don't do that to yourself.

Voight: Hey, Ruzek and Atwater, I need a cell phone rigged up right now.
Halstead: What's going on?

Voight: Sit tight.

Halstead: I'm tired of sitting.

Voight: Sit tight.

Interview room

JP: You're never going to be able to trace a call from him. He goes from one drop phone to another. I don't know why you're bothering.

Ruzek: You know what, how about I do my job, you do yours? How about that?

Phone rings

Ruzek: Boss.

JP: Hello.

Shostak: JP?

JP: What's up, Shostak? I have something you may want.

Shostak: I want a lot of things.

JP: Halstead.

Shostak: My understanding is you turned down this contract.

JP: And I heard they offered you a lot more money than me. I want half.

Shostak: Or what?

JP: Or I let him go. And you better think quick. The dilaudid I pumped into him's going to wear off soon.

Shostak: One third.

JP: Okay. I'll take care of it, I'll bring you a photo for proof.

Shostak: No, no, no, no, no. Just because I'm talking to you doesn't mean I trust you. I want to see him alive.

JP: Deal.

Shostak: Highway between Cermak and Kedzie.

Intelligence’s office

Dawson: There's too many risks.

Halstead: There's always risks.

Lindsay: Jay, you'd be in the car with a hitman.

Halstead: Who's retired, and who we made a deal with.

Lindsay: Because that changes everything.

Halstead: We don't know how many people Bembenek wants dead… Isn't this enough? Sarge. Sarge, I will sign whatever I have to sign saying I went on my own free will, that I wasn't ordered. That'll release the city from all liability. I don't have any beneficiaries anyway. I signed that form the day I graduated from the academy, right before they pinned a badge on my chest.

Guns room

Dawson: Here. Ratchets on the cuffs have been shaved down. So one tug, they'll come off.

Halstead: Okay.

Lindsay: Be smart, right?

Halstead: Of course.

21 back entrance

Olinsky: All right, I want four tracking devices on this thing.

Ruzek: I'm on it.

Voight: All right, Burgess and Roman, you stay close, but not too close, in case we need to call in patrol. Ruzek, you're with Antonio, Atwater with Olinsky. You and me. Let me tell you something, JP.

JP: You don't need to say it. As long as you plan on coming through for my kid, we're straight.

Dawson: We got ten minutes.

Voight: All right, let's hit it.

Between Cermak and Kedzie

Ruzek: Price is getting a call.

 

PJ: Yeah?

Shostak: Take him out of the car. Show him to me.

 

Lindsay: This is crazy. The guy could take a shot at any time.

 

PJ: Satisfied?

Shostak: Head to the abandoned storefront on Ridgeland and Roosevelt.

On the road

Ruzek: Shostak is calling again.

PJ: Yeah?

Shostak: Check your texts.

 

Voight: Get me that text, Ruzek.

Ruzek: Yeah, I'm on it.

 

Halstead: What is it?

 

Ruzek: It's a picture.

 

Voight: It's Price's son.

 

PJ: Do it! Get your hand off it!

 

Lindsay: He's dusting us.

Chase

Lindsay: Damn it!

 

Ruzek: Hey! Pull over to the side! CPD! Over to the side, right here!

Voight: All right, go, go, go!

JP’s car

JP: Gimme your phone. Gimme your gun. Do it!

Halstead: I thought you didn't kill cops.

JP: Yeah. Things change.

In the street

JP: Don't you move. Get out of the car. Stand here. Stand here. Put these on. Do it. Put 'em on.

Phone rings

JP: Yeah?

Lose the phone and the car.

Shostak: All right. Come here. Come on.

 

JP: Hey! Hey. Give me the key. Give him the key right now!

On the road

JP: I'm in a gold minivan.

Shostak: Westbury Field.

In the street

Woman: Help! Help! Police!

Lindsay: Ma'am, Chicago PD. What happened?

Woman: He came up, put a gun in my face, and he took my car.

Lindsay: What kind of car?

Woman: All I kept thinking was "oh, lord, please don't take me home today."

Lindsay: Ma'am! What kind of car was it?

Woman: Minivan. Gold.

Lindsay: Which way? Thank you.

Westbury Field.

JP: Get out of the car. Get out of the car. Get up against the car.

Halstead: You really think you're going to walk away from this?

JP: Shut up. He's got my son. You or him, not even close.

 

Halstead: Get up. Get up! Get against the car.

JP: Don't let him kill my kid.

Halstead: Get against the car.

JP: Don't let him kill my kid, man.

Halstead: Voight, I'm and 103rd and central near sag channel. I got a car approaching It's a red Mustang. I think it's Shostak.

Voight: Stand down! Get out of there!

Voight’s car

Voight: Halstead is at Westbury Field, 103rd and Central.

Westbury Field.

Halstead: You're going to act like everything is normal, like you're in complete control.

JP: Yeah. Uh-huh.

Halstead: That's how we get your son back.

JP: All right.

Halstead: Let's go.
JP: Come on.

 

JP: Where's he going?

Halstead: What's he doing?

JP: Where's he going?

Chase

Lindsay: Show me your hands! Put them up! Get out of the car! Get out of the car.

Voight: Get out!

Lindsay: Get out! Down on the ground! Get down on the ground! Put your hands behind your head!

Halstead: Hey, Lindsay, give me your cuffs, give me your cuffs.

 

Ruzek: Put your hands on the window!

 

Halstead: What's up, Shostak?

 

Voight: No, no, no. Stay still, stay still. Keep your head down. Keep your head down. Put your head down. Call an ambulance!

In street

Voight: Your son's going to be fine. And I'll make sure his record's sealed.

JP: Thank you.

Voight: You, you're on your own.

JP: So I'm going to jail for doing the right thing.

Voight: JP.

Burgess: Watch your head.

21 back entrance

Voight: In about two minutes I got to meet Commander Perry so he can brief command staff. You know, no one out there really knows how we operate how we put ourselves in harm's way. If they did, our hands would be tied. And the worst of the worst that we hunt down would go free. So when I say this stays in house, this stays in house so we can keep operating the way we do... Halstead, what you did today What you did for this city well, no one will ever know. But this family knows.

Dawson: Cheers to that.

I'm going to Molly's and getting drunk. Anyone want to join?

Atwater: Yeah, I'm in.

Roman: I'm in.

Ruzek: I want you so bad right now.

Burgess: My place, one hour.

Ruzek: Hell, yes.

Burgess: You have been a bad boy.

Ruzek: Don't talk to me like that right now. Come here.

Man: Jeff?

Ruzek: One hour.

Burgess: Go.

Ruzek: One hour.

Intelligence’s office

Platt: You wrote in your card you wanted to emulate me.

Nadia: You know what, I take it all back, okay?

Platt: Hey. Tough stuff, it's a peace offering. So get over yourself, and accept it, okay? So why'd you write that? Or were you just kissing ass?

Nadia: You love your job. People respect you.

Platt: You were the only person that remembered it was my birthday. Even my new boyfriend forgot. Putz.

Nadia: I like birthdays. I like holidays in general.

Platt: Me too. You should see my front yard at Christmas. So just keep your head down and do your job. Make people want to help you. This is Chicago. Records, priors they can have a way of being expunged, you know what I'm saying?

Nadia: I do.

Platt: Good. So this is the last time I'm going to mention it. It's up to you now.

Prison

Olinsky: Well, it looks like you'll be seeing Shostak here soon. Maybe you guys can be cellies. You know who else is here? The brother of your late mistress. Remember him? This big guy, tons of ink. Went insane when he found out you killed his sister. He's here on aggravated assault. He's awaiting trial. He's over in gen pop.

Oskar: I'm not in gen pop.

Olinsky: Well, you are as of five minutes ago.

Oskar: No, you can't do this. You can't do this. You can't do that. You can't do that!

Olinsky: It's done.

Bunny’s wedding

Bunny: Hon, it's Erin. Hey, sweetie.

Lindsay: Hi, mom.
Johnny: Oh my God. Thanks for coming, Erin.

Lindsay: Congratulations.

Bunny: Thank you.

Johnny: Listen, I was thinking um, every weekend, your mother and I, we have these barbecues.

Bunny: Oh! Yeah.

Johnny: It's just friends and the kids, anyone who can stop by really, and I was wondering if maybe you could come by sometime.

Bunny: Oh, honey, there's Lisa. She gave us that salad plate. I really want to thank her for it.

Johnny: Yeah, of course.

Bunny: We'll be just a second.

Johnny: Okay, but…

Lindsay: Ye no. Go enjoy your big day.

Bunny: Thank you, honey.

Voight’s office

Lindsay: Do you remember a couple of months before I came to live with you, I borrowed 200 bucks?

Voight: Vaguely.

Lindsay: That was so I could buy junk for my mom. Yeah, she… She showed back up, and she was in withdrawal real bad. But I couldn't get her a fix until the morning, like right before school. So, I got it to her, and right when she injected it, she puked all over me.

Voight: Mm.

Lindsay: And the city had shut the water off by then, so I couldn't take a shower. And I went to school like that. Ugh, just reeked of booze and vomit. And the teacher pulled me aside 'cause she thought that I had a drinking problem... And I copped to it to protect my mom… Um, anyway, I just uh, wanted to say thanks for taking me in... You're my family.

Voight: You're about the best thing ever happened to me. And I mean that.

Hospital

Halstead: I thought, uh, paramedics weren't supposed to follow up on people they responded to.

Sylvie: I I didn't know that rule. I'm still new, I guess.

Halstead: Is there any update?

Sylvie: Waiting on one. Maddie's parents and her sister are in there.

Halstead: You know, I've… I've seen dead bodies, and I've seen people shot in front of me. But uh I've never seen somebody take a bullet that was meant for me… Alec.

Alec: Okay, uh, here's the latest. The bullet severed the subclavian vein. The emergency surgery was to repair the rupture. Thankfully the bullet missed the jugular and the spine. So she's going to be in the ICU for at least another week, but we're very optimistic. She's going to be okay.

Sylvie: That's so good to hear.

Halstead: Thanks.

Sylvie: Wow, right? What a relief.

Halstead: Yeah, yeah.

Sylvie: A bunch of folks at 51 are down at Molly's if you wanna join. We'll raise a beer to Maddie.

Halstead: Sounds good. Yeah. I'll see you there.

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