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#307 : Sous son aile

L'équipe des Renseignements est à la recherche d'un adolescent qui pourrait être une menace pour ses camarades d'un lycée de riche après avoir découvert des dessins inquiétants dans son cahier. Pendant ce temps, Atwater fait tout pour faire bonne impression face à un Capitaine Africain de la police. Al et Michelle se trouvent dans une situation difficile et se tournent vers Burgess et Ruzek pour trouver de l'aide.

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Titre VO
A Dead Kid, a Notebook and a Lot of Maybes

Titre VF
Sous son aile

Première diffusion
04.11.2015

Première diffusion en France
18.01.2017

Vidéos

Promo CPD 3x07

Promo CPD 3x07

  

Photos promo

L'équipe des Renseignements au grand complet !

L'équipe des Renseignements au grand complet !

L'officier Sean Roman (Brian Gerathy) fait face à un homme blessé

L'officier Sean Roman (Brian Gerathy) fait face à un homme blessé

Kim est prête pour aller danser !

Kim est prête pour aller danser !

Jay, au côté d'Erin (Sophia Bush), Antonio (Jon Seda) et du Sergent Voight

Jay, au côté d'Erin (Sophia Bush), Antonio (Jon Seda) et du Sergent Voight

L'officier de patrouille Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) interroge un témoin

L'officier de patrouille Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) interroge un témoin

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) est prêt pour l'offensive

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) est prêt pour l'offensive

Le Sergent Hank Voight (Jason Beghe)

Le Sergent Hank Voight (Jason Beghe)

Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas)

Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas)

Jay surveille de prêt son ami et collègue Mouse (Caleb Hunt)

Jay surveille de prêt son ami et collègue Mouse (Caleb Hunt)

Diffusions

Logo de la chaîne TF1

France (inédit)
Mercredi 18.01.2017 à 23:30
1.67m / 21.0% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mercredi 04.11.2015 à 22:00
6.48m / 1.4% (18-49)

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Scénario : Timothy J. Sexton
Réalisation Charlotte Brändström

Guest Starring : Caleb Hunt (Craig "Mouse" Gurwitch), Madison McLaughlin (Michelle Sovana), Yaya DeCosta (April), David Eigenberg (pompier Herrmann), Brian White, Barbara Eve Harris.

Restaurant

Atwater: And, you know, really don't know what he thinks of me. I mean... I got bumped up a year ago. I still don't know where I'm at. I mean, you know Voight little better than me. You think he thinks I'm good police?

Lindsay: I think Voight thinks everyone's got room for improvement. You know what I'm saying?

Atwater: Yeah, I feel you… Is that James Whitaker?

Lindsay: Oh, he's the captain of the 31st, right?

Atwater: Like the Black Pope of Chicago. Does a big card game. All the powerful brothers in the city are there. If you're in that game, you made it.

Lindsay: Hmm. You know, the way you've got to handle Voight is you...

Atwater: Oh, hold on.

Lindsay: Good talk.

James Whitaker’s table

Atwater: Captain Whitaker? Kevin Atwater out of Intelligence. Just wanted to come over here and introduce myself.

James Whitaker: Atwater.

Atwater: Yes, sir. See, um, I'm a little new. You know, still kinda settling in my bones. But, you know, 20 years ago, you were where I am, and 20 years down the road, you know, I'm hoping that I can be where you are. And, you know, being a brother...

James Whitaker: Officer Atwater, you just made two mistakes. First, our shared skin colour is irrelevant to me. Good police is good police. And secondly, I get one half hour of peace each day, by myself, which is my breakfast, and you have disturbed that.

Atwater: Yeah, so I should probably just...

James Whitaker: Yes.

The Blake’s home

Mrs. Blake: Actually, no, I didn't realize he was missing until this morning. That's not like Colin. He's very responsible.

Burgess: How old is your son?

Mrs. Blake: 15.

Burgess: You called his school?

Mrs. Blake: I called everybody. I called his cell phone a million times.

Roman: Has he ever run away before?

Mrs. Blake: Never.

Burgess: Okay. We can get the ball rolling on a missing person's report, but I'll need a recent photo.

Mrs. Blake: I found this under his bed.

Burgess: His diary?

Mrs. Blake: You need to look at it. He's not just missing.

Burgess: "I want to kill."

Mrs. Blake: I swear to you, I had no idea. Colin has been pretty agitated. I thought it was just normal teenage stuff.

Roman: "Today I will have my revenge at WCD." WCD?

Mrs. Blake: Webster Country Day, his school.

Roman: Does your son have access to a gun?

Webster Country Day

Officer: Right this way.

Burgess: Colin Blake. Went missing yesterday with a loaded pistol taken from his house.

Roman: We checked with the headmaster. Colin was marked absent, but his Mom recognized his bike outside the school, so we think he's here.

Voight: Well, get very uniform a picture of this kid and start sweeping the campus.

Burgess: Got it.

Hallway

Officer: Hey. Atta boy.

Dawson: Sarge. Just got word. Patrol found a body behind the school.

Behind the school

Voight: What do we got?

Burgess: It's him.

Ruzek: Well, body's cool. He's been here a while.

Halstead: He's still holding onto the gun, and there's a muzzle flash by the entry wound. It looks like a suicide.

Dawson: It's a .22 caliber. No wonder nobody heard the shot.

Voight: All right, Burgess, I want you to hand deliver that pistol to forensics. Tell them I need a rush order to confirm ballistics.

Burgess: Got it.

Voight: And keep sweeping the school. We don't know if this kid was operating alone.

Lindsay: Guys, nobody move! Don't key your radios. Just back up slow. We got a bomb.

 

Sully: It's a very crude pipe bomb.

Voight: Thanks, Sully.

Halstead: Crude bomb in the right place will do a lot of damage.

The Blake’s home

Mrs. Blake: Just doesn't make any sense. I don't know what happened to him. He was always such a happy kid.

Lindsay: I can't imagine how difficult this is, but I have to ask these questions. Colin went missing yesterday, but you didn't report it until this morning. Is that right?

Mrs. Blake: Oh, I... I got home late. I fell asleep. Just assumed he was here.

Halstead: How was he able to get his hands on a gun?

Mrs. Blake: My ex left it for my protection.

Lindsay: Did your son have any activities outside of the swim team?

Mrs. Blake: Um... Video games. Lots... Lots of video games.

Lindsay: So he was basically unsupervised?

Mrs. Blake: It's hard when you work two jobs. It's not like I can afford a nanny.

Lindsay: That wasn't an accusation, Ms. Blake.

Olinsky: Who was Colin's friend, EJ?

Mrs. Blake: I'm not really sure. He, uh... He was an only child. He was used to being alone.

Olinsky: So he didn't have one close companion?

Mrs. Blake: I wish I could tell you. I... I never knew that he was in so much pain.

21 entrance

Atwater: Yo, O, I heard you know James Whitaker.

Olinsky: Yeah, we both worked in the Wild Bunch back in the day. Good police, great poker player. Just... Don't interrupt his breakfast.

Platt: Alvin, you got a second?

Olinsky: Yeah.

Platt: Over here. Over here. It's about Michelle. There's kind of a problem.

Olinsky: What do you mean?

Platt: I got a courtesy call from my friend, Beatrice Mulaney. She's the director of juvenile hall.

Olinsky: Huh.

Platt: It turns out Michelle's release was only contingent.

Olinsky: On what?

Platt: She's still a minor. So unless one of her parents officially claims guardianship, she has to be put back into the system. Beatrice sent over the paperwork just in case. I figured you'd want to talk it over with Meredith before you sign it… Or not.

Intelligence office

Halstead: Colin Blake. Apparent suicide outside of his school. We're waiting on the ballistics, but the gun that was recovered at the scene is registered to Colin's father.

Dawson: I questioned the headmaster. He said Colin was a loner. Scholarship student, swim team. He was the kind of kid who you saw around but never noticed.

Mouse: I checked Colin's phone. There's a few texts and phone calls, but nothing jumps out. You know, he didn't post much on social media. No manifestos.

Lindsay: Except that in Colin's journal, he always draws his revenge fantasies with a partner. He talks a lot about a kid named EJ. "Talked to EJ at practice. He's the only one who gets it. I have to do this no matter what. I hope EJ is with me."

Halstead: So maybe EJ wasn't with Colin. Something happened. He didn't show up. Colin got cold feet and decided he couldn't go through with it alone, and he took himself out instead of his classmates.

Lindsay: If EJ is in fact a real person and they were in this together, he could still be planning to carry out the attack on the school.

Ruzek: Well, there's no EJ at Webster, but there are four boys with those initials, and one of 'em is on the swim team. Ethan Jones.

Voight: Find him. Get expedited search warrants, talk to teachers, students, anybody who knew Colin. I need to know if there's an ongoing threat at Webster Country Day.

Jones’s home

Dawson: You're sure Ethan's at school?

Mrs. Jones: Yeah. They're doing grief councils. EJ wanted to go.

Dawson: Did Ethan and Colin spend a lot of time together?

Mrs. Jones: They were on the swim team. Colin came over here sometimes to play video games.

Dawson: Was he in trouble at school?

Mrs. Jones: Is my son in danger?

Ruzek: Antonio, you got to have a look at this. I did a search history check on Ethan's computer. That's from four days ago. "How to build a homemade bomb."

Swimming pool

Coach Sanders: It's a difficult day. Colin was a good teammate, but there was a lot going on we couldn't see. The grief counsellors are here to help you process everything.

Roman: Coach Sanders, can we have a word?

Burgess: Hey.

Coach Sanders: Hi.

Burgess: Which of these boys is Ethan Jones?

Coach Sanders: He's not here.

Burgess: His mother said he was with you.

Coach Sanders: I dismissed Ethan from the team last month. Is it true that Colin was planning to bomb the school?

Roman: We're collecting information.

Coach Sanders: Cops all over the campus. The students are freaked out. We're supposed to be grieving, but if you think about what could have happened, maybe we should be celebrating.

Ethan Jones: Hey!

Hallway

Ethan Jones: Get off me!

Burgess: Out of the way! Out of the way! You, stand back! Move away! Get back! Get out! Get out of the way!

Roman: Move away! You, move back!

Burgess: You, move back! Are you okay?

Observation room

Halstead: Loner, bunch of fights at school, arguments with teachers, violent video games on his computer.

Lindsay: Guys, this is Detective McCabe from the youth division. Since Ethan's a minor, he has to be in there with us.

Voight: As an observer.

McCabe: He's a minor who hasn't been charged with a crime. Let's play nice.

Voight: You and me.

Halstead: Sarge, let me do this. I used to be this kid.

Voight: Get it.

Interview room

Lindsay: Hey, Ethan. I'm Detective Erin Lindsay.

Halstead: I'm Detective Jay Halstead.

McCabe: And I'm Detective McCabe. I'm with the youth division. I'm here on your behalf.

Ethan Jones: Why am I here? I'm the one who got beat up.

Halstead: Ethan, I think the kids at school were just scared. Not just about Colin. They're scared about you.

Lindsay: Did you know that Colin kept a notebook? It's pretty interesting. "Talked to EJ at practice today. He's the only one who gets it." EJ is you, right? "I want revenge. I want to kill."

Halstead: Is there something funny to you in there?

Ethan Jones: If you knew what it was like, you wouldn't be too happy about it either.

Halstead: You're at a school with a lot of rich kids, and you didn't fit in, like Colin. The rich kids, they look down on you, bully you. You and Colin, you decide to take your revenge.

Ethan Jones: You really don't get it. I wasn't planning to kill bullies.

Halstead: Then what were you planning? What am I not seeing?

Ethan Jones: Nothing.

Halstead: Hey, Ethan, I'm here. All right? Tell me.

Ethan Jones: Um...

Mrs. Jones: EJ. Oh, baby, look at you.

Ethan Jones: I'm all right.

Halstead: All right, Ethan, stay with me. Hey, stay with me. What were you and Colin planning?

Ethan Jones: You don't have any idea what you're talking about. All that stuff about Colin, that was his thing.

Voight’s office

Emma Crowley: You're just gonna let this kid walk?

Voight: I can't arrest him for something he might do. I can't even hold him. He's a minor.

Emma Crowley: Since when did Hank Voight become such a stickler for the rules?

Voight: Oh, so now you're taking the leash off? Is this coming from you or the superintendent? So I can tell people if it goes sideways.

Emma Crowley: If this kid is a monster and we set him...

Voight: Deputy, can I please just get back to doing my job? Please.

Emma Crowley: Just tell me you have a handle on this.

Voight: I don't, actually. Yet.

Atwater: Deputy.

Voight: What's up?

Atwater: Ran all the criminal complaints, and I got a hit on Ethan. He was a suspect in a vandalism report. Somebody put a rag in the gas tank of a motorcycle and blew it up. The owner tried to accuse Ethan, but he couldn't prove it.

Voight: Kirby Peterson.

Atwater: Yeah, senior class president of Webster Country Day.

Voight: Hmm. And what are we hoping to learn from Mr. Peterson?

Atwater: I feel like we got a beef on our hands and we need to see how big it is.

Voight: Good.

Tennis court

Dawson: Kirby Peterson?

Kirby Peterson: Yeah… I knew it was Ethan because he told me he was going to get back at me, and he laughed about it afterwards.

Dawson: What provoked him?

Kirby Peterson: Who knows? Ethan's a freak. We're talking about a totally deranged loser. I mean, weren't they going to blow up our school?

Dawson: I'll ask it again. What provoked him?

Kirby Peterson: We were on the swim team together. Ethan was one of the newbies.

Dawson: Colin too.

Kirby Peterson: Yeah. So we have this tradition. After one of the practices, while the freshmen are in the showers, varsity comes in and takes their towels and their clothes, so when they come out, you know...

Atwater: Fun times.

Kirby Peterson: It's initiation. Happens to everybody. But Ethan went nuts. He came after me with a fire extinguisher. I swear, he was trying to kill me.

Atwater: By extinguishing you?

Kirby Peterson: He had it over his head ready to crush my skull.

Dawson: And after he threatened you, you and your buddies didn't take the ballgame back to him to save face?

Kirby Peterson: No.

Dawson: Kirby, if you know something about what Ethan might be up to next...

Kirby Peterson: I would tell you. And at this point, I'm gonna need my dad here if we're gonna talk about this any more.

Commander’s office

Meredith: You threw away the paternity test without even seeing the results?

Olinsky: If I don't step up, it'll go bad for Michelle.

Meredith: What about Lexi? How's it gonna go for her?

Olinsky: I can be a father to them both. We'll make it work.

Meredith: We? The daughter of a woman that you had an affair with comes to live with us. We can make that work?

Olinsky: Meredith.

Meredith: Okay, look, Al...

Olinsky: Meredith, Meredith, Meredith...

Meredith: Al, this is what we do.

Olinsky: Baby, baby, baby...

Meredith: No, it's simple. We just find this girl a foster home.

Olinsky: Hey, I can't just toss her to the wolves. Michelle needs a father. She deserves that.

Meredith: I hear you, Al. I really do.

Olinsky: Hey, stay... Stay with me.

Meredith: I'm gonna put your stuff out on the lawn. If it's not gone by tomorrow, I'm gonna burn it.

Locker room

Burgess: Hey.

Roman: Hey, what's up?

Burgess: We got two paper jobs in the queue.

Roman: I know. I'll see you in the parking lot.

Burgess: Okay.

Ruzek: Hey, bro.

Roman: Hey, what's up?

Ruzek: How you doing, man? Come here, I got a genius idea.

Burgess: Yeah. What?

Ruzek: Come over for dinner tonight.

Burgess: I can't. I have to see my sister. Her cat's touch and go.

Ruzek: Oh, again? Come on, that cat, he's faking it for sympathy. I'm telling you. Come on over. I'm gonna cook for you.

Burgess: Since when do you cook?

Ruzek: You ever had fettuccine Alfredo?

Burgess: Not since high school.

Ruzek: I've got a secret recipe.

Burgess: Okay.

Ruzek: Extra cream.

Burgess: Mm.

Ruzek: See, I like that smile.

Burgess: Yummy. I'm just trying to...

Ruzek: You coming over?

Burgess: Oh, the cat. I'll call you.

Ruzek: The cat? Don't call. Just come over.

Intelligence office

Mouse: Jay, yo, I got a ping on Ethan's phone. It was moving, but now it has stopped. It's at 313 Bristol Street. I'll run the owner. Darren Sanders.

Halstead: Ethan's swim coach. Get Burgess and Roman to check it out.

Mouse: Okay.

Coach Sanders’s house

Coach Sanders: What's going on?

Roman: We're looking for Ethan Jones. Is he here?

Coach Sanders: No. Why would he be?

Burgess: I'll get the back.

Roman: Mind if I take a look inside?

Coach Sanders: Of course not. Come on in.

Burgess: Roman! I got something.

Roman: This your car?

Coach Sanders: Yeah.

Interview room

Voight: Pedophile. Pretty nasty allegation.

Coach Sanders: You can write anything on a car. It doesn't make it true.

Voight: You know... We thought Ethan was planning on going after the bullies at his school. Turns out his coach was the bully. Or worse.

Coach Sanders: The only thing I'm guilty of is looking after a troubled kid.

Voight: Took him under your wing. Spent extra time with him.

Coach Sanders: I did. I made sure he got rides. His mom worked late. Sometimes he'd come for dinner after practice. My wife... Well, she's... A more-the-merrier type.

Voight: Let me ask you something… You do the same favours for Colin Blake?

Coach Sanders: As a coach, you do what you can. But Colin... He was definitely under Ethan's influence… He may have turned him against me.

Voight: You did something to him.

Coach Sanders: Yeah, I set boundaries. Because Ethan... He started showing up out of the blue looking for favours. He wanted too much… It's hard. He lost his father in Afghanistan. But finally I told Ethan, "I can't be your father." He didn't like that.

Voight: Hmm.

Platt’s office

Platt: Snail brought this for you. It's from Captain Whitaker. You in trouble?

Atwater: No. Why? You heard something?

Platt: I'd rather get a call from my gynaecologist than a formal letter from Captain Whitaker.

21 entrance

Ethan Jones: Why are you making me come here?

Halstead: I could arrest you for vandalism. We're just gonna have a conversation.

Coach Sanders: Ethan. I don't know what game you're playing here, but please, you need to stop this now.

Halstead: You need to leave.

Coach Sanders: I cut him from the team. Now he's trying to get back at me.

Halstead: Go.

Atwater: Yeah, come on. You heard the guy.

Halstead: Let's go.

Interview room

Halstead: Ethan, you got to help me understand. Why'd you spray-paint "pedophile" on his car? Maybe it's too hard to say out loud. So you spray-painted it knowing you'd get caught. Knowing that this whole thing would just blow up… And that... Is fine. That's fine. Sometimes things like this, you just got to take a sledgehammer to 'em first… But now here we are… Tell me what's been going on. I swear to you, I'm gonna do everything I can to make it right… It's okay.

Ethan Jones: My dad told me... I was supposed to be a man.

Observation room

Lindsay: We just kicked a pedophile.

Voight: We don't let Sanders out of our sight.

Lindsay: Got it.

Interview room

Halstead: Ethan, what else can you tell me?

Ethan Jones: He recruited me in public school. He promised he'd get me a scholarship to Webster. That's when it started… And then when Colin told me the same thing happened to him... We wanted to hurt Coach. To get back at him. But I didn't want anybody to know what he did to me… There was another boy.

Halstead: Another boy that Sanders abused?

Ethan Jones: His name was Jeff. He contacted Colin. He said he went to a school in Milwaukee where Coach used to teach... And said the same things happened to him.

Halstead: What did Colin say Jeff wanted to do, go public?

Ethan Jones: No. Revenge. We were gonna meet up with Jeff that day, me and Colin, to blow up Coach's car. But I backed out. I couldn't go through with it… Maybe that's why Colin killed himself.

Halstead: How do I find Jeff?

Ethan Jones: I don't know.

Halstead: Where did you guys say you were gonna meet?

Ethan Jones: At the Emerald City Cafe.

Intelligence office

Lindsay: All right, Sanders did coach at a small prep school in Milwaukee, but he never had a Jeff on any of his teams. There was one Jeffrey at the school, but he's black and he lives in London.

Ruzek: I spoke to Milwaukee police. Never any charges filed against Sanders, no victim reports.

Dawson: M.E. came back on Colin's death. Muzzle burn is consistent with suicide, but there wasn't enough gun powder residue on his hand, and the angle of entry doesn't make sense.

Halstead: Colin was murdered.

Dawson: It's looking like it. Time of death between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Voight: We know where Sanders was then?

Atwater: He was at the school with an airtight alibi for when Colin disappeared.

Mouse: Uh, guys? Guys, I just pulled the surveillance footage from the cameras around the Emerald City Café on the afternoon that Colin died. There's one next door… There we go, so there's Colin. And that's Jeff. I know it's not much, but, you know, he's 5'10", white, he's got a tattoo on the neck. They left around 1:15.

Voight: So this Jeff lured Colin out pretending to be another victim and then killed him.

Halstead: Sanders has to be the one pulling the strings.

Ruzek: I accessed Coach Sanders's bank records. He liquidated a college fund a week ago for $3,200.

Lindsay: Where's he gonna hire a hit man for that?

Olinsky: He volunteered at a juvenile detention center last year as a conditioning coach. You throw a rock in there, you're gonna hit somebody willing to pull a trigger for that price.

Voight: Find this guy.

Intelligence kitchen

Halstead: Ethan, um... I got to go, but your mom's on her way in. Okay?

Ethan Jones: Can I ask you something?

Halstead: Sure.

Ethan Jones: Does my mom need to know?

Halstead: Yeah, man. She does.

Ethan Jones: Can you be the one who tells her?

Halstead: If that's what you really want.

Intelligence office

Lindsay: Are you okay?

Halstead: Do me a favour and don't leave me alone with the swim coach, 'cause...

Lindsay: Hey, I got you.

Halstead: All right.

Juvenile detention center

Man: I've got 96 offenders who participated in Coach Sanders's conditioning classes.

Ruzek: How many released in the last six months?

Man: 72. You want their names?

Atwater: No, looking for a white male.

Man: Got 22 of those.

Ruzek: Well, he's got tattoos.

Man: That doesn't narrow it down.

Ruzek: One on his neck.

Man: Let's see. Three of those.

Atwater: That's him.

Man: Jessie Mandel, released three weeks ago.

Ruzek: Okay, I need an address.

Man: 524 Green Street. It's a halfway house.

Ruzek: Thank you.

Halfway house

Voight: Excuse me. Got a Jessie Mandel living here?

Receptionist: I did. He blew out of here 20 minutes ago.

Olinsky: What was he wearing?

Receptionist: He had a green backpack.

Olinsky: Any idea where he was going?

Receptionist: He's not coming back. Said he came into some money.

Olinsky: Did he have a car?

Receptionist: Not that I know of. It's called a halfway house for a reason. You only know half the stuff that's going on.

Voight: Mouse, looks like Jessie's on his way out of town. Circulate his photo to the airports, train, bus stations.

Mouse: Yeah.

Voight: And tap into the security cameras at every El Station within a two-mile radius.

Mouse: Yes, sir.

Intelligence office

Mouse: Oh. Yeah. Thank you. Sir, a copper from mass transit just called. They have a possible sighting outside the Washington and Wells Station… I got him! Jessie Mandel's approaching the Washington and Wells Station. He's got a green backpack.

Washington and Wells Station

Halstead: Jessie Mandel! Police, move, move! Police!

Dawson: Get out of the way!

Chase

Dawson: Chicago Police, move! Police! Move, move! Everybody move! Chicago Police!

Halstead: He dropped the bag. He's in that car, go!

Dawson: Everybody, stay back, stay back. Chicago Police, stay back! Shut down L platform at Washington and Wells.

On the train

Halstead: Police! Out of the way! Move, move, move! Move, move! Police, don't move! Don't move! Jessie, freeze!

Rail

Sergeant, we got rush hour coming. Are you gonna move the body, or do I have to shut the whole thing down?

Voight: We'll let you know.

Dawson: Backpack's clean. Just a bunch of clothes.

Lindsay: Yeah, we searched his pockets. There's nothing to tie him to Sanders. Money just says the kid had money.

Halstead: This guy got off easy.

Voight: Yeah? Our only connection to Sanders just died with that kid. I don't want any cameras near here. You understand? No media. Right now, we're the only people in this city who know Jessie's dead. Let's keep it that way.

Coach Sanders’s house

Coach Sanders: What is this?

Olinsky: Darren Sanders, you're under arrest.

Coach Sanders: For what?

Olinsky: Crimes against children.

Coach Sanders: Look, I'm not going anywhere until I talk to my lawyer.

Ruzek: Yeah? Turn around. Put your hands there. You know I'll drag you out of here face first across the ground in front of all your guests. Give me a reason. Please. No? Move.

Coach Sanders: Call my lawyer. Now.

Hallway

Lindsay: Sanders's lawyer is on his way.

Voight: Well, hold him off. Just let me set the hook.

Halstead: Sarge.

Voight: Hmm?

Halstead: I want to do this.

Voight: Maybe a little too much.

Lindsay: Hey, come on.

Interview room

Voight: I'm confused. See, I got... I got Jessie Mandel in the other room, and he's spinning a version that, I don't know, doesn't add up. I mean, Jessie's saying you paid him to kill Colin.

Coach Sanders: I don't know who Jessie Mandel is, and I don't have anything...

Voight: Darren, Darren, Darren. We're way past that, okay? We know… We know you met Jessie when you were volunteering at juvie. We know you drained your kid's college fund to pay him. We know, okay? I'm here... I mean, I'm trying to help you, and you're insulting my intelligence. I just want to know the truth. I mean, did you pay Jessie to scare the piss out of Colin so he'd keep his mouth shut? I mean, that's... That's the only thing makes sense to me based on the amount of money that...

Coach Sanders: I want to talk to my lawyer.

Voight: Oh, yeah? You want to talk to your lawyer? That's your right… Let me tell you something. If I walk out of this room and I go back over to Jessie... His version gets carved in stone, and you take the ride… All of it. You understand?

Coach Sanders: It's fine… Jessie wasn't supposed to kill Colin! He was just supposed to scare him! Jessie wasn't supposed to kill Colin. He was just supposed to scare him to keep him quiet. That is all I told Jessie to do.

Voight: Uh-huh.

Coach Sanders: So Colin's death, that is on Jessie. Right?

Locker room

Lindsay: Hey.

Roman: Hey. Hey, listen, I don't like cases like this one, but I'm grateful when you guys do catch 'em. That's for sure.

Lindsay: Hm, yeah, I guess, huh? Hey, Sean, I'm... I'm really sorry to hear about your friend. You know, we all heard about what you were doing for that boy, and I'm just sorry he passed, man.

Roman: Thanks. I'll see you tomorrow.

Lindsay: Listen. When Nadia died, I wasn't exactly in a hurry to talk to anybody about it. That didn't go so well for me. You're gonna go through whatever you got to go through, but... I'm around, man. Everybody's here for you.

Roman: I just haven't gotten my head around it yet, you know? Still pretty angry.

Lindsay: Yeah.

Roman: I appreciate you reaching out.

Hotel room

Waitress: Good evening.

Atwater: Hey.

Waitress: Through there.

Atwater: Right there?

Waitress: Yeah.

Atwater: You look nice.

Waitress: Thank you.

Atwater: Gentlemen? Uh... I got an invite.

James Whitaker: This is Kevin Atwater from the 21st. Alvin Olinsky said he's all right. Thought we could use some new blood.

Dallas Patterson: What we could use is some new money.

Atwater: Uh... How much new money?

Wallace Boden: How much you got?

James Whitaker: That's your spot.

Atwater: Oh… How you feeling, Chief? Oh. Thank you… Thanks.

Ruzek’s apartment

Ruzek: Yeah! Hello, beautiful lady.

Olinsky: Adam.

Ruzek: Oh, hey, Al.

Olinsky: I need a place to crash just for a few days.

Ruzek: Oh. Uh...

Olinsky: Hey, thanks, man.

Ruzek: Yeah.

Michelle: Hi.

Ruzek: Hi.

Michelle: So... Where do I sleep?

Ruzek: Uh, well...

Olinsky: How about Michelle takes the bedroom? You and me can rough it on the couches.

Ruzek: Yeah, there's only one couch.

Olinsky: We'll figure it out.

Michelle: Is this fettuccine Alfredo?

Ruzek: Yeah.

Michelle: I love fettuccine Alfredo.

Ruzek: Oh.

Michelle: Yeah.

Burgess: Oh.

Ruzek: Hey, baby.

Burgess: Hi.

Jones’s home

Halstead: You look just like him.

Ethan Jones: That's what my mom says sometimes.

Halstead: I was a soldier too.

Ethan Jones: Yeah?

Halstead: Yeah, man… I've known some heroes… But what you did, going public, telling the truth about what happened, that might just be the bravest thing I've ever seen.

Ethan Jones: I miss him.

Halstead: I know.

Ethan Jones: Did you lose friends?

Halstead: Many, yeah.

Ethan Jones: How do you deal with it?

Halstead: When I get down, I... I try to remind myself that they made a sacrifice so that I could come home and live my life… I just try to honour that… Your dad would be so happy for you right now.

Ethan Jones: Yeah?

Halstead: Yeah. Not just because of what you did, because it's over.

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