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#501 : Sur la sellette

Le district est en plein changement - Lindsay a déménagé à New York - et le CPD fait l'objet d'un examen minutieux sur la corruption au sein de ses services. Sous l'œil vigilant de la ville, l'équipe essaie de résoudre une affaire d'armes à feu qui devient rapidement dangereuse lorsque des civils et des enfants innocents sont impliqués. La tension éclate lorsque le chef Lugo demande à Denny Woods d'examiner la fusillade, et Halstead devient un acteur clé dans le résultat de l'affaire. 

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Reform

Titre VF
Sur la sellette

Première diffusion
27.09.2017

Première diffusion en France
22.05.2018

Photos promo

Hank Voight, tout sourire, montre une photo à Price

Hank Voight, tout sourire, montre une photo à Price

Jay Halstead, une arme à la main

Jay Halstead, une arme à la main

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) entouré de Alvin et Hailey

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) entouré de Alvin et Hailey

L'équipe des Renseignements réfléchit à un plan d'attaque

L'équipe des Renseignements réfléchit à un plan d'attaque

Adam Ruzek et Kevin Atwater

Adam Ruzek et Kevin Atwater

Hailey Upton, jouée par Tracy Spiridakos)

Hailey Upton, jouée par Tracy Spiridakos)

Adam (Patrick Flueger) et Kim (Marina Squerciati) en pleine action

Adam (Patrick Flueger) et Kim (Marina Squerciati) en pleine action

Poignée de mains entre Ray Price (Wendell Pierce) et Hank Voight

Poignée de mains entre Ray Price (Wendell Pierce) et Hank Voight

Voight (Jason Beghe) confronte un suspect que Kevin (LaRoyce Hawkins) vient de menotter

Voight (Jason Beghe) confronte un suspect que Kevin (LaRoyce Hawkins) vient de menotter

Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas) discute avec le Chef Lugo (Esai Morales)

Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas) discute avec le Chef Lugo (Esai Morales)

Echanges tendus entre Price et Al sous le regard de Kim

Echanges tendus entre Price et Al sous le regard de Kim

Le Sergent Voight donne des ordres !

Le Sergent Voight donne des ordres !

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Réalisateur : Eriq La Salle

Scénario : Rick Eid

Guests : Esai Morales (chef Lugo), Mykelti Williamson (Denny Woods), Nick Gehlfuss (Will Halstead), Galen Ryan Kane (James Pell), Patrick Byas (Marcus Kelly), Heidi Johanningmeier (Jasmine), Wendel Pierce (Ray Price), Adrienne Lewis (Kimona Williams), Ayanna Berkshire (Sammy), William Gines (Lawrence), Kevin Tre'von Patterson (Daryl)

 

Practice

Voight: The truth is, I'm not really sure how I feel about it. I'm... I'm not really good at that stuff, though, you know, “how I feel about it” expressing feelings. I know I had no choice. I mean, she had to go. So... In that sense, I don't really regret what I did. Just... I mean, now that she's really gone, I'm just feeling... Huh.

Therapist: Lonely?

Voight: Yeah. Yeah… She was like a daughter to me. It's gonna be tough. Really tough. I'm sorry… I gotta go.

Parking

Voight: The gun dealers are two bikers out of Indiana. Buyers are gangbangers associated with Southside Hawks. We don't have any names yet.

Olinsky: Uh, deal's going down inside the old seminary.

Voight: It's been abandoned for five years. Two adjacent buildings are abandoned as well. Once we're inside, Al and I are gonna enter here from the west. Ruzek, you and Atwater going in here. Upton and Halstead, you go in this way.

Burgess’s car

Burgess: Sarge... We have got movement on the west side. One male, white. One male, Hispanic. Both 5'10" to 6,' about 170 pounds, tatted up, carrying large duffle bags. They just got out of a black SUV with... With Indiana tags.

Parking

Voight: Copy that. Here we go.

Building

Halstead: 10-1, 10-1. Shots fired at police. 4533 West Archer. You ready? You ready?

Upton: Yeah.

Apartment

Guys: Go. Go!

Upton: I got these guys.

Halstead: All right. Go.

Warehouse

Upton: I'm going to find Jay.

Atwater: Copy that.

Street

Halstead: Out of the way! Get out of the way! Get out of the way! 5021 George, I'm taking heavy fire. I got two civilians down in the north alley behind the building.

Street / building

Voight: This is sergeant Hank Voight. Advise responding to shut down a two-block radius.

Main: Copy that. We'll set up a two-block...

Woman: Help! Help!

Voight: We have multiple armed offenders. Approach with extreme caution.

Day care center

Halstead: What happened?

Upton: I don't know. I heard crying.

Halstead: Get these kids out the west exit right now. Now! All right, I'm gonna call an ambulance.

Upton: We don't have time. Get your car. I'm gonna meet you up front.

Chicago Med

Will Halstead: She's in bad shape. But we're doing everything we can.

Upton: What are the odds?

Will Halstead: Like I said, we're doing everything we can.

Halstead: We know. What about the other two victims? Are they okay?

Will Halstead: Walk with me. James Pell, the bullet grazed his leg. He's fine; we're just finishing up some paperwork.

Halstead: Hey, what about the other victim?

Will Halstead: She didn't make it. Dead on arrival.

Treatment

James Pell: I gotta sign the papers, or can I go now?

Will Halstead: Just sit tight.

Upton: Mr. Pell, we'd like to talk to you about what happened earlier today.

James Pell: I got shot in the leg, that's what happened.

Halstead: Did you see the men who shot you?

James Pell: No.

Upton: Not even a quick glimpse?

James Pell: Look, Officer, I was just involved in a traumatic incident. I'm still in a state of shock. So, please, no more questions.

Upton: All right. We'll get your contact information. Call you later on.

Intelligence office

Burgess: Okay, we have three gunshot victims: female, black, 20s, dead on arrival. Male, black, mid-20s, named James Pell, treated and released. The bullet just grazed his leg.

Voight: Huh.

Burgess: And a little girl around eight. She's in critical condition.

Voight: All right, the guy who got nicked, we talk to him?

Burgess: We tried. He wasn't too cooperative. He claims he's still in shock.

Voight: And what are those kids doing there in the first place?

Burgess: It turns out the building was used as an off-the-books day care center. For ten bucks a day, someone in the neighbourhood will watch your kid.

Ruzek: Boss, two bikers killed at the scene. One was Anthony Jonas, 24. Other Mike Scola, 26. Both from Gary, Indiana.

Atwater: And they're both affiliated with the Gargoyle Kings. That's the biker gang your CI told us about.

Voight: All right, hit the streets. Talk to your CIs. Let's find these shooters.

Chief Lugo: Hank, got a sec?

Voight: Yeah.

Voight’s office

Chief Lugo: Your team's all over the news.

Voight: You talking about the thing this morning?

Chief Lugo: Three innocents hit, one dead?

Voight: We're taking down a gun deal. The suspects opened fire.

Chief Lugo: The independent auditor will be reviewing this incident.

Voight: Independent auditor?

Chief Lugo: Part of the new reform package.

Voight: Huh.

Denny Woods: Nice to see you, Hank.

Voight: Denny.

Chief Lugo: Mayor just made it official. Denny's the independent auditor.

Denny Woods: You wanna give us a couple minutes to catch up?

Chief Lugo: Sure.

Denny Woods: Thank you.

Voight: Thank you, Chief.

Denny Woods: So it's been, what, six months?

Voight: Yeah, something like that.

Denny Woods: Well, they finally looked into my file and realized I'm a good cop. And the only case in question... The Ruffalo thing... It just went away.

Voight: Mm-hmm.

Denny Woods: And now they've got me overseeing the whole Chicago PD. Independent auditor. Makes me sound like somewhat of a, uh... An accountant.

Voight: Hmm.

Denny Woods: Eh, more like a judge. Hank, I just want to say that, uh, the past... Is the past.

Voight: Hmm.

Denny Woods: All that nonsense that happened between us... It's over.

Voight: That's good to know.

Denny Woods: Be seeing you, Hank.

Intelligence office

Voight: Hey, what's going on? Who is this?

Platt: He's here to install cameras in the interrogation room. Direct order from the superintendent.

Voight: Yeah, after his new independent auditor gave him the idea.

Platt: Well, whoever it was, they want it done today. First hall on your left. If I wasn't so doe-eyed and optimistic, I'd say we have a trust issue on our hands.

Voight: Hmm.

Platt: Anyway, I've got 20 officers on the ground in the vicinity looking for the two shooters. I'll let you know when I hear something.

Voight: Thanks.

Platt: Sure.

Street

Olinsky: Any witnesses?

Officer: Not yet.

Burgess: What about the kids?

Officer: They didn't see anything, except that little girl get shot.

Olinsky: How long has the daycare been here?

Officer: Don't know. Still looking for the parents. Excuse me, sir. This is an active crime scene investigation.

Ray Price: Active? Hell, I see five cops sipping coffee, two smoking cigarettes, and one having a roast beef sandwich.

Officer: Please step away.

Ray Price: Who's in charge here, you?

Olinsky: I'm Detective Olinsky. Just don't let anybody else in.

Ray Price: I heard a woman got shot here and was killed and the little girl's in critical condition.

Olinsky: We can't comment on the investigation.

Ray Price: So it's true, huh?

Olinsky: I'm gonna need you to step back, sir.

Ray Price: Why don't you just fill me in, Detective Olinsky?

Burgess: Why don't I fill you in? Two gangbangers opened fire on the police. They killed a young woman and critically injured a little girl. That's what happened. Okay?

Ray Price: I see. So you're gonna put it on the gangbangers, huh?

Burgess: Yeah, that seems pretty obvious, sir.

Ray Price: Ah, must be nice... To be so naive and beautiful too. One hell of a combination.

Olinsky: Did you just say that? Did you just say that?

Ray Price: Hey, hey, hey. Excuse me, Officer.

Olinsky: Everything okay? What did you say?

Chief Lugo: Excuse me.

Burgess: We're fine.

Chief Lugo: What's going on here?

Ray Price: Your people were just bringing me up to speed.

Chief Lugo: Alderman Price is an old friend and an important member of the community.

Dinner

Upton: Hey, uh, we're looking for a Kimona Williams.

Woman: She's over there.

 

Upton: Kimona Williams?

Kimona Williams: Yeah?

Upton: Ma'am, we need to talk to you for a second.

Kimona Williams: O-okay, um... just...

Kitchen

Kimona Williams: What's the matter? Did something happen...

Halstead: It's your daughter, Morgan.

Kimona Williams: Morgan?

Halstead: She was shot...

Kimona Williams: No. No.

Halstead: At the old seminary this morning. She's alive.

Upton: It's okay.

Kimona Williams: But is she okay?

Upton: She's being treated at Chicago Med right now. We can give you a ride, okay?

Kimona Williams: Who did this? Who shot her?

Halstead: We're not... We're not sure. We're gonna do everything in our power to find him. I promise.

Kimona Williams: Okay. Okay.

Halstead: Okay? We should go now.

Upton: Come on.

Voight’s office

Halstead: Hey, sorry. I just got your call. Finally located the girl's mother.

Voight: Shut the door.

Halstead: What's up?

Voight: I just talked to Ballistics. The bullet that hit the little girl was a nine-millimeter.

Halstead: Thought the bangers were firing .45s.

Voight: They were.

Halstead: You saying I shot that little girl?

Ballistics

Morty: The gun that fired the bullet on the right... The one that hit the little girl... Fired the one on the left too. I'm sorry, but gun barrels don't lie.

Voight: Thanks, Morty.

Halstead: Doesn't make sense. I was under fire, and I took cover...

Voight: Shh.

Halstead: And I fired one round, and I watched the offender drop. And then I ran over to the woman who got shot and radioed for help.

Voight: Okay.

Halstead: I didn't hear any kids. I didn't see any kids. I didn't just shoot my gun off in the air.

Voight: If that's what happened, you got nothing to worry about. Take some time off till the shooting team clears you.

Halstead: How long is that gonna take?

Voight: I mean, it might take a minute or two. Things are tricky right now.

Halstead: Are you saying I need to worry?

Voight: I'm saying things are tricky.

Morgue

Atwater: Yeah, Sammy, that text message was clutch. What you got for us?

Sammy: I might have something on that shoot-out this morning. I just stitched up a young gang member. Bullet wound to his lower abdomen, went right through.

Ruzek: How'd you know it was a gunshot wound?

Sammy: Please. You know how many gunshots I've seen? I make a living turning dead bangers into Boy Scouts so their mothers can give them proper burials.

Atwater: All right, and about what time was this?

Sammy: About 10:00 or so. He was waiting for me when I got here.

Ruzek: How'd he know to come to you, Sammy?

Sammy: For them, my morgue's a lot better than a hospital. No paperwork, no police... Not to their knowledge, anyway.

Atwater: You got a name for me, right?

Sammy: No. He wasn't exactly in the mood to give out personal details. But I did get... A license plate.

Atwater: Okay.

Ruzek: I'll go run it. Thanks, Sammy.

Sammy: See you.

Atwater: So you really like this guy?

Sammy: You jealous?

Atwater: Yeah, a little bit.

Sammy: I expect to see some more of these when you make the arrest.

Street

Atwater: Okay, we're going to Royal Towers, okay? Apartment 2632. Offender's black male, wiry, about 5'9", early 20s.

Ruzek: He's got a bullet hole in his abdomen.

Okay? So y'all take the perimeter.

Atwater: You cover the back, and we got the apartment. Let's roll.

Porch

Ruzek: Chicago PD. Open up!

Yeah?

Ruzek: You all alone? Is there anyone else in there with you?

No, I'm... I'm by myself. But why are you...

Atwater: Okay, well, ma'am, we're gonna have to step inside and ask you a few questions. It's very important, okay?

Apartment

Ruzek: Thank you. Step back, please. Clear.

Atwater: Clear.

Ruzek: All right, we're clear in here, guys.

Officer: Copy that.

Woman: See? No one else is here. Can you tell me what the hell is going on?

Ruzek: An offender wanted for murder was driving your car this morning. Car registered to this address. Maybe you can explain.

Woman: I sure can. My car was stolen last night. I filed the police report literally two hours ago. Case number's right there.

Atwater: Okay, we understand. Sorry about this.

Ruzek: You don't know anything about what happened at the old seminary this morning?

Woman: All I heard was, some people got shot because the police screwed up.

Street

Atwater: You'll notice how they give these buildings prestigious names. All right, Royal Towers, Queen's Gardens, Sunset Vista. Pay attention, dog.

Ruzek: Yeah.

Atwater: It's hilarious. Hey.

Ruzek: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

Atwater: Mm-hmm.

Ruzek: Excuse me. Excuse me. Mind if we talk to you?

Lawrence: About what?

Ruzek: There was an incident this morning at the old seminary.

Lawrence: I don't know nothing about that.

Ruzek: All right, then you shouldn't mind if we ask you a few questions.

Lawrence: I should, and I do.

Ruzek: Stop walking… Step away from the child. Get on your knees. Keep your hands where I can see them.

Lawrence: I'm not getting on my knees for you or for nobody.

Ruzek: Do not reach in your pocket.

Lawrence: It's a phone. I want my son to record this.

Ruzek: Sir, do not reach in your pocket.

Lawrence: Or what? You gonna shoot me? Kill me in front of my son over a phone?

Ruzek: I'm not gonna ask you again.

Atwater: Hey, hey, hey. Simple question. Did you get shot today?

Lawrence: What?

Atwater: Answer the question, yes or no.

Lawrence: Did you get shot today?

Atwater: No, man. All right. Just lift up your shirt.

Lawrence: What the hell are you even...

Atwater: Lift up your shirt nice and slow, just a few inches. Come on, man.

Lawrence: I'm about to lift my shirt up for this officer. I hope somebody's got a phone to record this.

Atwater: Okay. Okay. We straight. You're good to go. Sorry about the misunderstanding. All right? All right, little man? Sorry about that. All right?

Voight’s office

Chief Lugo: We got a PR nightmare on our hands.

Denny Woods: Well, the optics weren't good when the gangbanger was the shooter, let alone a white cop.

Voight: Look, given the time constraints, we did everything we could.

Chief Lugo: Help us understand why you were engaged in a dangerous operation so close to a day care center.

Voight: An illegal day care center. We had no idea it was there.

Denny Woods: Well, you should have. Your men need to understand the culture of the neighbourhoods they police. Places like that are common in urban areas.

Voight: Detective Halstead was under attack. He drew down on a suspect. He fired one round. The bullet went through the suspect, then through a piece of wood, and then hit the little girl.

Denny Woods: Well, I talked to ISP. They got one hit of DNA on the bullet that hit the little girl... Hers.

Voight: Yeah, but it still could have hit the offender. Bullets don't always collect DNA. But you already know that, which tells me...

Denny Woods: Which tells you we're taking this very seriously.

Street

Ruzek: Hey, Kev, you know, before... That guy and his kid... I was just doing my job, right? I'm questioning a murder suspect. He's noncompliant, puts his hands in his pockets?

Atwater: Come on. I mean, he got noncompliant because you were a little belligerent, that's all. It's okay.

Ruzek: All right, well, you know what? Next time, I'm gonna offer him a blueberry scone.

Atwater: Dog, I... Look, bottom line is, it's not easy for a black man to get on his knees for a white cop, especially with his son right there, so...

Ruzek: What if he was the offender and I'm out there soft-pedaling, being all politically correct, and I take two to the chest or you do? What then? No, I'm not gonna let that happen. In this situation, I think it's better to ask for forgiveness than permission.

21 parking

Voight: Hey, man. How'd the interview with the shooting team go?

Halstead: I'm not sure. It was pretty short. They didn't ask me too many questions.

Voight: Okay.

Burgess: Jay. How you doing?

Halstead: I'm just trying to stay positive. Um, I was at the hospital earlier, and my brother said there's a good chance the little girl's gonna be...

Burgess: Oh, you didn't hear? She died, Jay. It's all over the news.

Chicago Med: ER

Will Halstead: I was just about to call you.

Halstead: You said she was gonna make it.

Will Halstead: Hey.

Halstead: You said she was gonna...

Will Halstead: Hey, I said she had a chance, okay? She was in bad shape, lost too much blood.

Halstead: I know.

Will Halstead: There's only so much we can do.

Halstead: I know. I'm sorry. I just...

Intelligence office

Voight: Hey. Any luck with the gang unit?

Burgess: No. We looked through lots of photos, but...

Upton: These bangers must be new to this clique.

Voight: It's been eight hours. We still got no lead on the shooter?

Ruzek: I got something. I dumped the biker's phone, found two texts to a burner discussing a deal for some thumpers. Recipient's name is Lil GG. May be one of our shooters.

Voight: Track the burner?

Ruzek: Yeah, to a mini mart about three blocks from the crime scene.

Voight: Good. You two.

Mini mart

Ruzek: Excuse me. Hey. Looking for someone who bought a phone here.

Upton: His nickname's Lil GG.

Owner: Don't know anyone with that name.

Ruzek: Well, he's affiliated with one of the local gangs... Southside Hawks. Guessing they buy a lot of burners. Ring any bells? No, nothing? Come on, man, help me out.

Owner: I told you, I don't know them.

Ruzek: All right. Well, I'm gonna need your video surveillance.

Upton: Not necessary. I screwed up. We're at the wrong store. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Ruzek: Thank you.

Intelligence office

Voight: It's really best if you get out of here, Jay.

Halstead: I was told I could work desk duty.

Upton: Sarge, caught a break at the mini mart. The owner's wife knows Lil GG. His real name's Calvin Shaw.

Voight: Get an address and an arrest warrant.

Ruzek: It's already done. Good. All right, you two go with Ruzek and Upton.

Burgess: Yep.

Voight: Let's pay this Lil GG a visit.

Ruzek: We got you.

Voight: Hey. Go home.

Halstead: Yeah. Hey, Sarge, have you heard from Lindsay?

Voight: Nope. You?

Halstead: I left her a message. I didn't hear back.

Voight: Probably on assignment.

Halstead: She's not coming back, is she?

Voight: Look, it was time for her to move on. It just was. You need to make peace with it.

Porch

Burgess: Go.

Ruzek: Chicago PD!

House

Ruzek: Stairs!

Upton: Got a body!

Ruzek: All right, crossing. Clear.

Upton: Got two to the head.

Burgess: What about the stomach?

Intelligence office

Burgess: DOA is Calvin Shaw, AKA Lil GG. Two bullet wounds to the head, none to the abdomen, so he's not the guy Halstead shot, unfortunately.

Voight: It sounds like Lil GG's partner got nervous.  Maybe blamed him for the CI leak.

Burgess: Maybe.

Voight: Follow up with Ballistics.

Upton: I was going over the evidence from Lil GG's place. There's a text message between him and the guy who got shot at the scene... James Pell, the guy who won't talk to us.

Voight: Well, now we know why. Get his ass down here right now.

Upton: Kev, you wanna come?

Atwater: Yep.

Interview room

Voight: James Pell? We've been trying to talk to you.

James Pell: Like I told the other cops, I'm in pain from the shooting and focused on my recovery.

Voight: You were treated and released in 15 minutes. I believe the world's record is ten. How much pain could you be in?

James Pell: I got nothing to say.

Voight: Look we just wanna talk about your friend Lil GG.

James Pell: I don't know anybody by that name.

Voight: You were texting him this morning right before that shoot-out at the seminary.

James Pell: I want a lawyer. Now… You deaf? I said I want a damn lawyer. So go. Get out.

Intelligence office

Platt: Alvin, this is Alderman Price.

Olinsky: Oh, I know who he is.

Ray Price: Yeah, nice to see you again, Detective Olinsky. Is James Pell in there?

Voight: I'm sorry. You are...

Olinsky: He's the guy I was telling you about.

Voight: Oh. Yeah, he's back there.

Ray Price: Has he been arrested?

Olinsky: Nope.

Ray Price: Then I suggest you release him.

Voight: You know, I heard you were a politician. I didn't realize you were a lawyer too.

Ray Price: You don't have to go to law school to see that the Chicago PD is once again harassing an innocent man.

Voight: He's free to go.

Ray Price: Oh, thank you, Detective, uh...

Voight: Actually, it's Sergeant. Voight.

Ray Price: Voight. Ray Price. Nice to meet you. Now, I understand that your unit is under pressure for the unfortunate incident that happened at the seminary. And I sympathize with that.

Voight: Mm.

Ray Price: But do not harass the hardworking men and women of my ward.

Voight: That is a hell of a speech, Ray. It's too bad the cameras weren't rolling.

Ray Price: Oh, they will be soon enough.

Voight: Hmm.

Ray Price: Trust me on that.

Voight: Al, why don't you show these gentlemen back?

21 entrance

Ray Price: Thanks for your help, Sergeant.

Platt: Yeah.

Ruzek: This guy.

Platt: Hey, you guys talk to Halstead lately?

Atwater: A few hours ago. What's up?

Platt: Well, as the kids say, he is blowing up the Internet, and not in a good way. "Child killer is racist too."

Atwater: Racist? What?

Platt: Here's another: "Racist cop punched African American Cop for no reason."

Ruzek: No, no, no, no, no, that guy was harassing Lindsay. He sent her a bunch of perverted texts.

Platt: Wow, that didn't take long. "The ACLU and NAACP are now demanding that Chicago PD fire Halstead."

Atwater: Are you serious?

Park

Ray Price: Now, that's how you smoke brisket. Thanks for coming down, Hank. That's good.

Voight: Yeah.

Ray Price: Has a little of that Cajun kick to it.

Voight: Hmm.

Ray Price: Ah, I didn't mean to be so confrontational today. But the truth is, you and me, we're on the same team.

Voight: Yeah, how do you figure that?

Ray Price: Well, we both love this city, and we both would do anything to protect its citizens.

Voight: Unless, of course, you're a cop and you accidentally shoot a kid. You know all those headlines today, accusations of racism? See, I'm guessing that's you.

Ray Price: Sure is… You know, Halstead... You know, he seems like a good cop. Good guy too.  Hell, I had five people digging in his ass all day. The only negative thing they could find was a fistfight he had with some degenerate black cop. Oh, thank you. This is made right here, five miles away.

Voight: Hmm.

Ray Price: Black owned, black financed. Bourbon is damn good too. 100% corn. That's why it's so sweet.

Voight: So we come down here to drink bourbon?

Ray Price: No. We came here to solve the problem... You and me.

Voight: Okay.

Ray Price: Somebody has to pay for that little girl.

Voight: Mm-hmm.

Ray Price: And all the other little boys and girls and the police shootings and the ass whuppings. More than ever, this city needs someone to blame, and that person is a young, good-looking white cop named Jay Halstead.

Voight: And you want me to help?

Ray Price: No. I want you to get the hell out of the way.

Voight: Wow, that really is good. Thanks for the drink.

James Pell’s car

Voight: Easy. Just relax.

James Pell: Man, what the hell are you...

Voight: Just relax. I'm here as a friend.

James Pell: Man I got enough friends.

Voight: Yeah. Well, none that can get you out from under a murder rap.

James Pell: A murder rap?

Voight: You were lookout in a gun deal where two innocent people were killed. That's felony murder, my man. As a friend, I can convince the state's attorney to charge you with a lesser crime.

James Pell: You don't have enough to charge me with jaywalking.

Voight: Well, not yet. But we will… Look, you help me, I'll return the favour. If you don't, I'll convince the state's attorney you're the mastermind, mm. Yeah, you're the one responsible for the murder of that woman and the little girl.

James Pell: What do you need?

Street

Ruzek: All right, one more time, just for fun.

Antonio Dawson: The two dead bikers are Anthony Jonas and Mike Scola, my younger brother, and we're from Gary. We deal meth and guns. You and I met in Branchville. You were in for armed robbery. I was doing time for aggravated assault.

Ruzek: And we're here...

Antonio Dawson: To get compensated for what happened the other day.

Ruzek: All right.

Antonio Dawson: This is gonna be fun.

Bar

Antonio Dawson: Listen, Marcus. I lost $40,000 worth of guns, a friend named Tony Jonas, and my little brother Mike. That shoot-out really cost us.

Marcus Kelly: Sorry, bro, but I don't know anything about no guns.

Antonio Dawson: Really? 'Cause my brother said he was dealing directly with you and a friend named Lil GG.

Marcus Kelly: You must got me confused with someone else.

Antonio Dawson: If you're gonna lie, Marcus, why did you even take the meeting?

Marcus Kelly: 'Cause I wanna do some new business. I need heaters. So why don't we leave the past in the past and we just talk about the present? 'Cause my man Pell said you ready to deal.

Antonio Dawson: Not yet. We still got business to do.

Marcus Kelly: I rapped with one of your boys yesterday. A dude named Harold. Said you got a lot of guns to sell me. You know Harold?

Antonio Dawson: I know I'm here to talk...

Marcus Kelly: Do you know Harold, yes or no, bro?

Antonio Dawson: My little brother was killed because you got a leak in your crew. You're gonna question whether I'm legit, make up some dude named Harold?

Guy: What you looking at, cuz?

Atwater: Who the hell you talking to, fam?

Ruzek: Talking business. Why don't you...

Atwater: Wasn't nobody talking to your white ass, so you can shut up.

Ruzek: My white ass?

Atwater: I'm talking to this clown...

Ruzek: Man, who you calling a clown?

Atwater: Are you serious? Why I gotta go?

Ruzek: I ain't even do...

Atwater: Okay, I'm outside. I'm outside.I see you there! Right here.

Antonio Dawson: You're good. Calm down. You good? You good?

Ruzek: Yeah. I just don't like when people interfere with business, you know what I mean?

Marcus Kelly: It's all good. It's okay, man. I understand.

Antonio Dawson: So how we gonna do this? Easy way or the other way?

Marcus Kelly: Hey, look. I'm sorry about your brother and the other dude, but I don't know anything about no guns and no money. The best thing I can do is just offer $1,000.

Antonio Dawson: For two lives and 40 grand worth of merchandise?

Marcus Kelly: Hey, look. It was crazy for me too. I almost lost my life. Cops rolled up. Bullets started flying. The whole thing was just a mess.

Antonio Dawson: I appreciate your honesty, Marcus. $1,000 it is.

Parking

Voight: Great job, bro.

Antonio Dawson: Thanks, the wire good?

Voight: Perfect.

Antonio Dawson: It's been a while.

Burgess: Yeah. Thanks for helping out.

Antonio Dawson: Sure thing. You know, maybe I should stick around and help you bust this punk too. I'm on loan. Might as well get your money's worth.

Voight: Sounds great. Hailey Upton.

Upton: Hey, nice to meet you. I've heard a lot about you.

Ruzek: Sorry about that, man.

Atwater: No, it's okay. I get it.

Ruzek: No, no, no.

Atwater: No, it was the right move.

Ruzek: He was reaching for his gun.

Voight: All right, listen up. First we get a warrant. Then we grab Marcus. Let's go.

Bedroom

Atwater: Hey. Come on. Come on, get up.

Marcus Kelly: You don't wanna do that.

Atwater: Come on, you ain't got nothing better to do than running in my crib? Come on.

Marcus Kelly: Hey, hey, hey.

Atwater: You're under arrest, man. Shut your ass up.

Marcus Kelly: Damn, bro.

Voight: Hey, how you doing, Marcus?

Marcus Kelly: Bro.

Atwater: Don't look at me like that.

Voight: What's this? Oh, my goodness. Where'd you get that, playing polo?

Marcus Kelly: Lawyer.

Voight: Lawyer? Stand him up.

Marcus Kelly: I need my lawyer.

Voight: Truth is, you're lucky. 'Cause if you didn't have that bullet wound, I was gonna shoot you myself.

Denny Wood’s office

Voight: Through and through. Lower left side of the abdomen. Just like Halstead said.

Denny Woods: So he's right. About shooting Marcus Kelly, anyway. Doesn't make it good police work. There were five children in the day care center, 15 feet...

Voight: Are we really still talking about that illegal day care center, sir?

Denny Woods: A little girl is dead.

Voight: 15 .45-caliber rounds were fired in Halstead's direction. A woman... A woman standing 20 feet away from him was killed. If you're teaching a class at the academy on how to handle this situation, you'd say, "Do it the way Halstead did it."

Denny Woods: There's a lot of pressure on this one, Hank... From up high.

Voight: Yeah, I'm sort of getting that feeling.

School

Voight: I imagine you already heard we arrested Marcus Kelly. Yeah, got him on tape talking about the gun deal. Found the murder weapon too.

Ray Price: Yeah, I read about that.

Voight: You read about it? Huh. Yeah, I felt sure he would have called you directly.

Ray Price: Excuse me?

Voight: Yeah, found this on his phone.

Ray Price: Doesn't surprise me.

Voight: Hmm.

Ray Price: I've known him for years. His gang donates to my campaign. But, uh, you already know that, huh? You already talked to Marcus about me, our relationship.

Voight: Yes, I did.

Ray Price: Truth is, I don't have a choice.

Voight: Oh.

Ray Price: Rich white folks aren't pouring cash into this war.

Voight: Mm.

Ray Price: So I need to do what I need to do to save the people around here who want to be saved. It's just a part of doing business.

Voight: Hmm.

Ray Price: The Southside Hawks donated $200 grand to this place.

Voight: Really? Wow.

Ray Price: Yeah. It's a place where, as we speak, kids are playing basketball, learning how to read, using the computers. Without the big, bad, evil gang, this doesn't get built.

Voight: Hmm. I get it. I really do. I get it. But I'll tell you what. Most people won't. I mean, a picture like this... This kind of thing gets out, I mean, arm in arm with a murderer, child killer? I mean, it's the kind of thing people don't forget. Make it real hard for you to do business, to help the people of your ward.

Ray Price: What's your proposal?

Voight: Just back off Halstead.

Ray Price: I can do that, if you back off Pell.

Voight: Pell, the lookout?

Ray Price: He's more than that. He's the brains of the whole crew. He doesn't deal drugs, shoot people. He focuses on making money. So I need him out there on the street making sure that the cash flow continues.

Voight: Mm. And Marcus?

Ray Price: Bury his ass.

Voight: Alderman.

Ray Price: Hank.

Street

Ray Price: Morgan Williams' senseless death has caused this city great distress and pain. And as a result, we've gone to great lengths to find someone to blame, someone to hate. And no one has wanted to hate Detective Halstead more than me. But the more I learned about what actually transpired that morning, the more I'm convinced Detective Halstead did nothing wrong. In fact, his actions saved several lives... Several black lives.

Voight: Excuse me.

Ray Price: We really want to...

Voight: Nice try.

Denny Woods: I have no idea what you're talking about. I'll see you around, Hank.

Voight: Mm-hmm.

Street

Upton: Hey.

Halstead: Hey.

Upton: Sorry, I got here as fast as I could. It's over?

Halstead: Yeah, just ended.

Upton: How'd it go?

Halstead: It was good. Really good, actually. Price was very gracious. I'm not really sure what prompted all this, but...

Upton: Hey, take yes for an answer. If there's anything you need, please let me know.

Halstead: I'll be okay eventually. I think I just gotta make sense of all of it.

Upton: Yeah. It's tough. Trust me.

Halstead: Have you...

Upton: Yeah. Different circumstances, but... Talk to Morgan's mother yet?

Halstead: No. I don't think I'm ready.

Upton: Oh, man. You're never gonna be ready. You just have to do it.

Molly’s

Ray Price: Detective Halstead is not the man to blame...

Antonio Dawson: Sounds like good news.

Ray Price: Not the man to hate.

Burgess: Yeah, yeah.

Ray Price: Makes you think, though.

Burgess: I mean, Halstead's just doing his job, he almost gets killed, for God sakes, and they try their best to throw him under the bus.

Antonio Dawson: It's a tough time to be a cop. In Chicago, anyway.

Burgess: Yeah, I'll drink to that. Wait, no. I say we drink to something else instead.

Antonio Dawson: I agree. To Halstead.

Burgess: To Halstead.

Voight: Hey

Ruzek: Kim, you want another beer?

Burgess: Uh, no, I'm good.

Ruzek: Maybe later, we could, uh...

Burgess: No. It's just not a good idea.

Ruzek: Well, I never said it was a good idea.

Burgess: I met someone.

Ruzek: Oh, that's great. Hmm. You... You sure you don't want another beer?

Burgess: I'm good.

Ruzek: All right. Have a good night.

 

Voight: The last time we had dinner, you said you weren't too happy over at the state's attorney's office.

Antonio Dawson: Those long-tail investigations get a little boring.

Voight: Well, if you're looking for a little more excitement, you're welcome back in the unit full-time.

Antonio Dawson: Might have to juggle a few things, but that sounds great.

Williams’s house

Halstead: I found Morgan's necklace... I wanted you to have it… I'm very sorry.

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diana62800  (03.10.2017 à 00:54)
Message édité : 03.10.2017 à 00:55

Pauvre Jay (il mérite bien d'avoir un calin et d'une épaule pour pleurer, je me porte volontaire, qui me suit.), je savais que c'était un bon tireur d'élite mais là, la balle touche le type, une porte et arrive sur une petite fille. Jay est parfait, il a rien contre lui. (Je crois qu'on arrivera pas à me faire changer d'avis sur lui). 

Ça fait plaisir de revoir Kim dans l'équipe et surtout Antonio, il m'avait manqué. Le combat de coq entre Adam et Kevin, à mourir de rire, Adam l'a pas loupé. 

J'aime beaucoup Upton, et c'est une bonne partenaire pour Jay, elle est là pour le soutenir. 

Danny, je l'aime pas, je sens que Voight va l'avoir dans les pattes, en parlant de Voight, le voir chez un psy, j'y aurais jamais pensé, mais il a en vraiment besoin, ça va lui faire du bien. 

Kim a quelqu'un, Adam est jaloux, j'espère qu'on va avoir du Burzek cette saison. 

brucas59  (02.10.2017 à 15:07)

Très bon début de saison ! J'aurais aimé avoir une véritable conclusion au personnage de Lindsay, mais au moins, ils ne font pas comme si elle n'existait pas. Jay a vraiment pas eu de chance dans cet épisode, mais heureusement que ça finit bien pour lui. Antonio est de retour et c'est un immense plaisir ! J'espère qu'on le verra davantage !

En tout cas, j'ai hâte de voir les épisodes suivants de cette saison prometteuse !

serieserie  (28.09.2017 à 09:18)

Petit au revoir à Erin au départ et Jay chez eux/elle... Et Voight chez le psy!

Halstead... vais aller lui faire un câlin! Le pauvre... Qu'est-ce qu'il pouvait savoir que la balle allait traverser le mec, un bout de bois et toucher la gamine...
Très belle scène Upstead d'ailleurs après la conférence de presse.

Jay et Will s'est vraiment touchant tous les deux.

Danny et l'alderman ils me tapent sur le système tous les deux!!

Dawson is back!! Ca lui manquait le terrain et l'infiltration!

La droite de Ruzek à Atwater j'adore!

Burgess a quelqu'un!!!! Va falloir qu'il s'accroche l'amoureux transit aka ex-fiancé!

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