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Chicago Police Department
#606 : Imbroglio

La femme d'un conseiller de la ville est battue à mort et Voight est sous-pression de la part du député Brennan pour clore l'affaire. Pour obtenir une confession, Upton se livre sur une sombre histoire de son enfance.

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Titre VO
True or False

Titre VF
Imbroglio

Première diffusion
31.10.2018

Première diffusion en France
27.11.2019

Vidéos

Promo (VO)

Promo (VO)

  

Sneak Peek 1 (VO)

Sneak Peek 1 (VO)

  

Photos promo

Hank Voight joué par Jason Beghe

Hank Voight joué par Jason Beghe

Hailey Upton et Jay Halstead

Hailey Upton et Jay Halstead

Brennan (Anne Helche)

Brennan (Anne Helche)

Hank et Brennan au bar

Hank et Brennan au bar

Hank et Brennan prennent un café ensemble

Hank et Brennan prennent un café ensemble

Hailey Upton jouée par Tracy Spiridakos

Hailey Upton jouée par Tracy Spiridakos

Jay Halstead et Adam Ruzek au bureau

Jay Halstead et Adam Ruzek au bureau

Kim Burgess jouée par Marina Squerciati

Kim Burgess jouée par Marina Squerciati

Adam Ruzek joué par Patrick John Flueger

Adam Ruzek joué par Patrick John Flueger

Voight, Upton et Burgess au bureau

Voight, Upton et Burgess au bureau

L'équipe en intervention

L'équipe en intervention

L'équipe arrive pour intervenir

L'équipe arrive pour intervenir

Kevin Atwater joué par LaRoyce Hawkins

Kevin Atwater joué par LaRoyce Hawkins

Brennan et un homme

Brennan et un homme

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer)

Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer)

Adam, arme au poing

Adam, arme au poing

Atwater et Upton

Atwater et Upton

Brennan au bar

Brennan au bar

Antonio Dawson joué par Jon Seda

Antonio Dawson joué par Jon Seda

Diffusions

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 27.11.2019 à 01:20

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Vendredi 08.11.2019 à 21:35

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Mercredi 31.10.2018 à 22:00
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Plus de détails

Scénario : Rick Eid et Gavin Harris

Réalisateur : Paul McCrane

Guests : Anne Heche (Katherine Brennan), Camrus Johnson (Devin Williams), Dennis William Grimes (Jason Collier), Clare Cooney (Nicole Williams), Frederick Paul Williams (Jerome York), Jenniffer Latimore (Catherine Boyd), Jennifer Estlin (Alexandra), Felicia Fields (Mary Williams), Sophia Echendu (Kia York), Siera Cerny (Allison Collier), Camerone Duckery (Nate Stevenson)

Upton’s apartment: bedroom

Ruzek: All right, all right. Half soy, half coffee. I kid. I know you like it black.

Upton: Thank you.

Ruzek: You know what the greatest part about this situation is?

Upton: What's that?

Ruzek: It's only 8:00 in the morning.

Upton: What about the coffee?

Ruzek: Screw the coffee… No, no, no… Stop.

Upton: Ow.

Ruzek: Oh, come on. You gotta be kidding me. Come on. Every time she's supposed to do something, she drops the ball. It's incredible. My sister's supposed to pick my dad up and bring him to the doctor, and she bailed again.

Upton: Yeah, I get it. I don't do yelling, and I don't do slamming. Not even a little bit.

Ruzek: Yeah, Dad...

Coffee shop

Ruzek: Hey, listen... I'm, uh, I'm sorry about before. All right? I want you to know to know I'm not a yeller or a slammer. I just… You know, family stuff makes me crazy.

Upton: I get it.

Ruzek: Thank you.

Upton: Thank you.

Ruzek: We're good?

Upton: Yeah. But you've been warned. Hey, listen, uh, when we get closer to the district, drop me off a few blocks away.

Ruzek: Really? We're just driving into work together.

Upton: People who aren't sleeping together don't drive to work together. Not to mention, the people we work with are elite detectives, so...

Ruzek: All right. But look...

Upton: I don't want this getting out.

Ruzek: Oh, ouch.

Upton: I'm just being honest. I don't wanna have to talk to Voight about our relationship or whatever this is... Fill out HR forms.

Street

Ruzek: I hear ya. We're on the same page. But, hey, listen, my cousin is having a party this weekend. There are no HR forms involved, and it should be a good time. What do you think?

Upton: Let me think about it.

Ruzek: All right.

Main: Units in the 21 and units on the citywide, we have reports of a female screaming for help inside a residence at 1226 North State.

Upton: Oh, yeah. 5021 Henry, Squad advise... Plain clothes officers rolling on that. We're three blocks out.

Main: Copy that, 5021 Henry.

Other street

Nicole Williams: Hey. Over here! Stop the car! Stop the car! Stop! Stop! Inside... Just in here. She was screaming. She was screaming inside the house.

Upton: Okay, ma'am. Get back in your house.

Nicole Williams: She was screaming, and I think she's in trouble.

Upton: Get back in your house, ma'am.

Ruzek: I got a car fleeing in the back! Chicago police. Turn off the car. Exit the vehicle. 5021 Ida. I got a blue Honda trying to flee southbound from the area of a distress call. Get out of the car. Illinois plate, 79 Victor Paul eight Zebra five. Get out of the car or I'll shoot. Squad, he's backing up on me. Stop! Shots fired by the police. That car just tried to run me down. It's fleeing down the alley, northbound.

Main: Copy that, 5021 Ida. Down the alley northbound.

House

Upton: 5021 Henry... Roll an ambo to 1226 North State Street.

Main: Copy that, 5021 Henry. Ambo en route. Okay.

Upton: Ah, okay. Stay with me. Stay with me. I'm the police, okay? Help is on the way. All right. I'm right here. I'm right here. Okay. Just... Help is on the way, okay? We're gonna find the person that did this to you, okay? We're gonna find the person that did this. Stay with me, stay with me! Stay with me. Hey, hey, hey. Hey, okay. Look at me. Look at me. Hey, hey, hey, hey. No. No.

Ruzek: You all right? Hailey, is the house clear? Hailey, you all right? Hailey!

Upton: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.

Ruzek: All right, stay with her. I'm gonna clear the house.

Upton: Yep.

Street

Upton: Victim's name is Allison Collier. Her husband is...

Voight: Jason Collier. Yeah, he's Alderman for the 43rd Ward. We crossed paths way back when he was a prosecutor.

Atwater: Sarge, this looks like this was a burglary. The back door was pried open with a crowbar.

Upton: It was on the floor near Allison's body. I had Forensics send it to the crime lab, requested a rush order. Hopefully, we can pull a print.

Voight: Hey, man. You okay?

Ruzek: I guess. The, uh, plates on the blue Honda came back to a Lincoln Town Car.

Halstead: How nice. So, the offender steals a plate off a random Lincoln, and he puts it on his Honda.

Ruzek: I'll figure out where the Town Car was parked, see if I can get some surveillance photos out of the deal.

Voight: Okay, good. Meantime, run every blue Honda in Chicago. Let's see if one of the owners has a sheet to match the M.O. And start canvassing the neighbourhood for witnesses, PODs, surveillance cameras… Hey. The press is gonna be all over this. Not a word to anyone.

Halstead: Copy. You good?

Ruzek: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Katherine Brennan: I heard about Allison. What the hell happened?

Voight: Well, we're not sure. Looks like a burglary gone bad.

Katherine Brennan: I was friends with her and Jason for years. Superintendent is close with them, too. She's a good woman.

Voight: Wanna make the notification?

Katherine Brennan: I already did. Jason's at a conference in Boston. Poor guy couldn't even talk. I want bracelets on someone by the end of the day. Is that understood?

Voight: Yes, ma'am.

 

Nicole Williams: I was coming home from pilates, checking my texts, and I heard a woman screaming.

Halstead: Did you happen to see anyone near the house? Anyone who looks suspicious?

Nicole Williams: Yeah. Early this morning there was this guy near the gangway. He was just walking around. He seemed out of place… I'm not saying he killed her. I'm just saying I noticed him.

Atwater: Okay, can you describe the guy?

Nicole Williams: He was black... I mean, African-American. Um, average height. Thin and young, early 20s.

Halstead: Did you see what he was wearing?

Nicole Williams: He had a white hat on his head. That's all I remember. But again, I'm not saying this man is involved. And it has nothing to do with the fact that he's African-American.

Atwater: Right, he just looked suspicious. Like he was casing the house that he was about to rob, right?

Nicole Williams: Yeah, he looked suspicious. Very suspicious. And... He was holding something in his right hand, too, under his jacket.

Atwater: Crowbar?

Nicole Williams: Maybe. I couldn't tell.

Voight’s office

Voight: Jason, I'm so sorry for your loss.

Jason Collier: Thank you, Sergeant. What do we know?

Voight: Looks like a home invasion. Offender appears to be a young African-American male. That's about it right now. But it's early… Look, was there anything going on we should know about? Any jealous boyfriends, girlfriends, stalkers, that kind of thing.

Jason Collier: No, nothing like that… We were good.

Voight: Well, if you think of anything that might be useful... We are gonna find this son of a bitch. You have my word on that.

Ruzek: Hey, boss.

Voight: Yeah?

Ruzek: Good news.

Voight: Okay.

Ruzek: So, the POD cameras near Collier's house, they were able to pick out an image of the blue Honda. You can't see the driver, but I was able to find a "Franklin's Plastics" decal. It looks like an employee parking decal on the windshield.

Voight: All right. So, find out who works there that drives a blue Honda.

Ruzek: I did, it's a man by the name of Jerome York. He's got no priors.

Voight: Good. Grab Upton, track his ass down… Oh, hey.

Ruzek: Hmm?

Voight: How is it that you and Upton showed up at the crime scene together this morning?

Ruzek: Uh, her car's in the shop, so I gave her a ride.

Voight: Oh, oh… Well, if her car keeps having problems, and you keep giving her rides... You should probably tell your supervisor, fill out the proper HR forms.

Street

Jerome York: I'm not the only person in the city of Chicago with a blue Honda.

Upton: You're the only one with a "Franklin Plastics" decal on it.

Kia York: What's going on, Dad?

Jerome York: Go back inside.

Kia York: I just wanted to know if you're okay.

Jerome York: Get back inside, now.

Upton: What happened to your eye?

Jerome York: Don't talk to my daughter.

Upton: Let her answer the question.

Jerome York: She plays soccer, okay? She caught an elbow yesterday, after school.

Upton: Is that what happened? Did that happen at soccer practice?

Kia York: Yes. Yesterday, after school.

Jerome York: Kia, go to your room now. You got some nerve accusing me...

Upton: I didn't accuse you of anything. I asked a question.

Jerome York: Get off my property or I'll file a complaint.

Upton: I want the name of that soccer coach.

Jerome York: I want your badge number.

Upton: 5-5-0-5-5...

Ruzek: Whoa, hey, Detective Upton, why don't I take it from here?

Upton: No, we're all right.

Ruzek: No, no, no. I'm gonna take this… I got it, Detective Upton.

Jerome York: She's got no right asking me questions like that.

Ruzek: Sir, I know you're upset...

Jerome York: None, whatsoever.

Ruzek: All I care about is the blue Honda... most likely your car... I saw fleeing the scene of a murder this morning.

Jerome York: Murder?

Ruzek: Yes, murder. That's why we're here, sir. That's why we need to know where you were this morning.

Jerome York: I was here at home, working on my computer, sending emails. You could ask my wife or check my laptop.

Ruzek: We will.

Jerome York: I got nothing to hide.

Ruzek: We will. Who else has access to the car?

Jerome York: A kid from the neighborhood, Devin Williams. I'm trying to help him out. He runs errands for us. I gave him the car last night… He's a good kid. He wouldn't do anything like this.

Ruzek: Well, did he return the car?

Jerome York: No, he hasn't.

Ruzek: Where does he live?

Jerome York: With his grandma. Corner of 10th and Bradley… Tan house.

Ruzek: All right, thank you. I apologize… What's going on with you? What the hell was that?

Upton: Kid had a black eye.

Ruzek: Yeah, it sounds like she got it at soccer practice. You kept pushing. We're chasing a murder here.

Upton: I don't care what we're chasing. She's a kid. She needs to be protected.

Ruzek: That is not the point.

Upton: I asked a simple question. It's not a big deal.

Ruzek: Hailey, look, you outrank me in everything, but if you're gonna accuse a father of smacking around his kid, you gotta have some evidence first.

Upton: I did. It's called a black eye… Don't ever undermine me or dismiss me from an interview like that again.

William’s house: back yard

Burgess: Hold up… Bingo. Blue Honda inside.

Dawson: All right, come on.

William’s house: back entrance

Dawson: Hello, ma'am. Chicago PD. Is Devin Williams home? We'd like to talk to him.

Mary Williams: What's this about? Why y'all want to talk to him?

Burgess: The car he was driving was spotted near the scene of a murder.

Mary Williams: Murder? Devin ain't involved in no damn murder. I can promise you that much.

Dawson: Yeah well, that's great. Then we'll be in and out. Two, three minutes.

Burgess: The truth is, ma'am, is that we know Devin isn't involved. We've heard really good things about him. But, you know, we gotta check him off a list, so...

Mary Williams: Come on in.

William’s house: living room

Mary Williams: Devin! Can I get you all something to drink? Some water, some tea, some coffee, or something? Wait a... Wait a minute!

Dawson: He's running your way.

Mary Williams: Devin, don't run. Boy, get back here.

William’s house: back yard

Ruzek: Stop right there. Stop, man. Stop! Stop, stop!

Upton: Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Ruzek: Stay down. Hey, hey, hey, hey. You're done, bro. You're done. You're done. You're done. Stay down.

Upton: You're under arrest for murder.

Devin Williams: No. No, no, no, no. You got the wrong guy. I got nothing to do with that murder on the North Side, I swear. You got the wrong guy!

Ruzek: Murder on the North Side? What you talking about, pal?

Devin Williams: The one where that lady got killed. I... I didn't... I didn't do that, I swear.

Burgess: Okay, we believe you, Devin. We really do.

Ruzek: Come on.

Interview room

Dawson: The best thing you can do is tell us what really happened at that house. If you do that, we can talk to the State's Attorney's Office and try to work out a good deal.

Devin Williams: Like I said, I didn't kill her. I haven't been to the North Side in... Weeks.

Burgess: Okay. The problem is, Devin, you keep talking about a murder on the North Side... Right?

Devin Williams: Mm-hmm.

Burgess: We never told you about that.

Devin Williams: What do you mean?

Dawson: You keep denying something you shouldn't know about. Means you're guilty.

Devin Williams: But I'm not.

Dawson: Then how do you know someone from the North Side was murdered?

Devin Williams: I... Just know... I guess.

Dawson: Where were you this morning between 9:00 and 10:00?

Devin Williams: Humboldt Park. Uh, I was, uh, smoking weed near the chess tables.

Dawson: Hey, look at me. You still high?

Devin Williams: Yeah, but only a little.

Burgess: Yeah. Were you alone, with someone else?

Devin Williams: I was with someone else.

Burgess: Who?

Devin Williams: God.

Burgess: God?

Devin Williams: Yeah. We were hanging out. Talking to each other. And it was really nice.

Observation room

Voight: Is this guy bluffing? Or is he really that clueless?

Atwater: I just talked to the lab.

Voight: Yeah?

Atwater: Still no fingerprints or DNA hits.

Halstead: We got the witness, though, Sarge. Neighbour said she got a good look at the offender.

Voight: That's right. Well, get her down here right away.

Identification

Voight: Just let us know if you see the man you saw standing outside of Allison's house this morning. Take a look. See if anyone looks familiar.

Nicole Williams: I'm pretty sure it's number three.

Voight: Good. Thank you.

Halstead: Why don't we step outside?

Atwater: I guess we got him, boss.

Voight: Yeah, all right. So, take a run at him. Let's put this thing to bed.

Atwater: Copy that.

Interview room

Atwater: 'Sup, bro?

Devin Williams: 'Sup?

Atwater: Oh, let me help you out with those.

Devin Williams: Oh, thanks.

Atwater: Hey, bro, hold on. Let me help you with these.

Devin Williams: Okay.

Atwater: You want a sandwich or something to go with those? Just let me know.

Devin Williams: Yeah, that would be awesome.

Atwater: Yeah, man. First thing's first. Let's talk about what happened.

Devin Williams: Cool.

Atwater: I'm gonna keep it 100 with you, man. No BS, no games.

Devin Williams: I appreciate that.

Atwater: A witness just... Picked you out of a lineup. She said she saw you outside the house the morning of the murder. We also got that getaway car, the blue Honda... Found that parked at your granny's garage. This is where it gets bad. Your fingerprints are all over the crowbar that killed the female victim… We know you did the murder. But I think you're a decent kid, and I would love to give you a deal… I just need you to help me understand what really happened.

Devin Williams: I keep trying to tell you guys, I didn't kill her. I was in Humboldt Park… Can I get one of them sandwiches now?

Later

Voight: How's that sandwich? Yeah, well, I were you, I'd enjoy it. 'Cause the food in prison sucks… Well, I guess you already know that. You did two years in Danville, right? Well, honey... I'm here to tell you, life is different. There's no light at the end of the tunnel… There's no calendar… No girlfriend to look forward to… It's just you. And your cell. Forever… That's why we're trying to help you, Devin. To give you that light at the end of the tunnel.

Devin Williams: I'm really thirsty. Can... Can I get another soda?

Voight: You think I'm running a restaurant?

Devin Williams: No, I'm... I'm just really thirsty.

Voight: We got a young woman beaten to death, and all you care about is pop?

Devin Williams: I'm sorry, sir. I... I don't mean no disrespect.

Voight: Let me tell you something, that woman you killed? Her husband is an alderman. And that's about as close as you get to being a king in Chicago. And when the wife of an alderman gets beaten to death with a crowbar, somebody is gonna pay. You understand? The only question is, how much? How long? How painful?

Devin Williams: I keep telling you guys, I didn't do it. I... I was in Humboldt Park. Now, if it's okay, can I... Can I please get that soda?

Intelligence office

Halstead: Kid is a trip.

Voight: Yup.

Halstead: Can't figure out where he's coming from.

Voight: No, well, whatever he's doing, it's working. It's been seven hours; he hasn't given up a damn thing.

Halstead: Yeah, he hasn't lawyered up yet, though, which is good, but it's odd. I mean, I don't know why he's still talking to us.

Voight: He doesn't know any better.

Ruzek: Lab says there's still no forensics tying Devin to the crowbar and body, the crime scene... Nothing.

Upton: Sarge, let me take a run at him. I've been going over his file. I think I have an angle to play.

Voight: Give it a shot. Oh... Kid wants a pop.

Upton: Ah.

Interview room

Upton: I just wanted to check in on you. See how you're holding up… Is it okay if I sit down? How old were you when they started?

Devin Williams: When what started?

Upton: The beatings.

Devin Williams: I don't know… Five… Six.

Upton: Your dad, he beat your mom, too, right?

Devin Williams: Yeah. That's why I had to move.

Upton: When was it the worst? Morning? Night? For me, it was worst on the weekends… My dad... Would start drinking early. Like, noon. He'd just sit around... Getting more and more pissed off. My brothers and I, we were just kids, you know? We wanted to have fun… And it drove him crazy. So he'd pick a fight with my mom, saying that we were being too loud. She'd defend us, because she always did… So he'd go after her… And then he'd come after us... With anything he could get his hands on. Belt... Extension cord.

Devin Williams: You ever think about killing yourself?

Upton: Yeah. But I didn't, because I'm strong like you.

Observation room

Atwater: Hailey's good. This cop thing doesn't work out, she should think about being an actor… Damn.

Interview room

Upton: Sometimes I get this... Anger inside of me. It's like a need for revenge, you know? Like I want someone else to feel the pain that I felt. Do you know what I'm talking about?

Devin Williams: I do.

Upton: Feels good to let it out, doesn't it?

Devin Williams: Yeah. Until it's over. And then you hate yourself even more.

Upton: You need to remember that it's not your fault… Your dad made you this way. He made you violent… Everybody makes mistakes… You didn't know that lady was gonna be home… When you saw her there, you probably got scared. She probably got scared.

Devin Williams: Yeah. She got scared. She hit me.

Upton: So you hit her back.

Devin Williams: Yeah. With the crowbar. I wanted her to stop screaming and crying.

Upton: Devin, were you alone? Or was someone else with you?

Devin Williams: No, it was just me… I'm s... I'm so sorry.

Upton: I know.

Devin Williams: I'm sorry.

Upton: I know.

Hallway

Upton: Got him.

Voight: Yeah, you sure did. That was great work. All right. I'm gonna call the ASA.

Atwater: Ah, you... Really got that boy. For real. Like, for a second there, I thought he was gonna confess to shooting Abraham Lincoln, too.

Upton: Say what you need to, right?

Atwater: Good job.

Upton: Thanks.

Ruzek: Are you okay? Those stories that you just told...

Upton: Were complete crap.

Ruzek: Is that the truth?

Upton: The truth is, I played his ass, and now he's going down for murder.

Ruzek: All right.

Voight’s office

Catherine Boyd: Confessions are great. But we still need to make sure that they're admissible, that they were made voluntarily.

Voight: Well, I can tell you Upton did this right. I was there.

Catherine Boyd: Great. I'll look over the video, and get back to you.

Voight: Thanks. Hailey... I wanna tell you, you were terrific. I mean, you found that kid's weakness, made him vulnerable, and you buried his ass.

Burgess: Hey, we finally got a DNA hit inside the Collier house. Strand of hair in the living room.

Voight: Good. More evidence, the better.

Burgess: Yeah, the problem is, it's not a match to Devin… Belongs to a guy named Nate Stevenson. In and out of the joint since he was 18.

Voight: He connected to Devin?

Burgess: Not sure. All we know is that they live in the same neighborhood.

Voight: Okay. Get a search warrant.

Burgess: Yeah.

Street

Burgess: I got it.

Atwater: You got it.

Nate Stevenson’s house: back yard

Dawson: Got me?

Atwater: We're good.

Dawson: Nate Stevenson. Chicago PD. Open up.

Nate Stevenson: You there?

Nate Stevenson’s house

Halstead: All right, let's move.

Atwater: Yeah. Clear.

Dawson: Go… Clear.

Atwater: Clear.

Halstead: Yeah, it's all clear.

Dawson: All right. Well, we have a search warrant, so let's search. Pick a room, start tossing the place.

Halstead: Yo, check this out… That's a Cartier. Same as on the list of items stolen from Collier's house, right?

Dawson: Sure was. Okay.

Intelligence office: kitchen

Jason Collier: That looks like Allison's, but I think the one I bought her was thinner.

Voight: Did you pay with a credit card?

Jason Collier: I think so. Let me go check. Where did... Where did you find this?

Voight: At a house belonging to a guy named Nate Stevenson.

Jason Collier: Does that mean a second person's involved?

Voight: Could be. We're still investigating. You ever hear of this guy?

Jason Collier: No.

Voight: You ever seen him before?

Jason Collier: Is this man in custody?

Voight: Not yet. We're still looking.

Jason Collier: Okay. I'll get you what you need.

Intelligence office

Voight: Hey, put out a BOLO on Nate Stevenson. Get some boots on the ground, too. Let's find this prick.

Halstead: Hailey. We gotta talk.

Upton: What's going on?

Halstead: So, I just spoke to the Manager of Operations for Humboldt Park.

Upton: Yeah, the one that was looking into Devin's alibi.

Halstead: So, yeah. He just sent me a video that confirms that Devin was telling the truth. He was smoking weed at the chess tables.

Upton: What? That's impossible.

Halstead: I don't think so. Look, that's Devin for sure. The timestamp says 9:32.

Upton: The 911 call was at 9:25. How can he be at the park at 9:32?

Halstead: Because I don't think he ever was at Collier's house in the first place.

Upton: What the hell is going on?

Jail

Upton: Devin, you've got some explaining to do, my friend.

Platt: Oh, God.

Upton: No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Devin!

Platt: Get an ambulance down here, now!

Upton: Devin, Devin.

Platt: Hold on. Hold him up.

Upton: I got him. I got him.

Platt: Okay. Okay, down. Down.

Upton: Devin? Please, no. No, Devin. Don't you die, Devin.

Platt: Hailey, come on.

Upton: No, no. No, no, no.

Platt: He's dead. Hailey, come on.

Upton: Stop it.

Platt: He's dead.

Upton: No, no, no.

Platt: Hailey, we're too late.

Upton’s apartment: kitchen

Upton: He was telling the truth. Kid was at Humboldt Parking the whole time. I was so desperate to get a confession, I didn't even consider the fact that he could be innocent. I just kept poking at his pain... His wounds.

Halstead: Hailey, you did what you were supposed to do. You had a suspect in the box without a lawyer, you got him talking, and you exploited a weakness.

Upton: I exploited a 20-year-old kid's tragic past.

Halstead: All the evidence pointed to Devin. I would have done the same thing.

Upton: I know.

Upton’s apartment: entrance

Ruzek: Hey. Are you all right? I heard what happened.

Upton: Yeah, I'm good.

Ruzek: Hey, brother.

Halstead: Hey. Just having a tequila. You want one?

Ruzek: No, I'm okay. I... I heard what happened. I wanted to come and check on Hailey.

Upton: I'm okay.

Ruzek: I'm glad to hear it.

Halstead: You sure you don't want a drink?

Ruzek: No, I don't wanna interrupt. You guys should talk, partner to partner. I'll see you guys tomorrow. I'm glad you're okay.

Upton: Thanks.

Ruzek: Good night. See you tomorrow, Jay.

Halstead: Yeah…

Upton’s apartment: kitchen

Halstead: Uh, am I drunk? Or was that pretty uncomfortable?

Upton: Um, maybe a little. It's Adam though. He's awkward.

Halstead: I hope he doesn't think that you and I are...

Upton: No, he knows I don't date people I work with.

Halstead: Smart policy. Nothing good comes out of a workplace romance.

Upton: I'm, uh... I'm actually a little tired. But thanks for coming by.

Halstead: Yeah. You should get some rest.

Upton: Yeah.

Halstead: See you tomorrow?

Upton: Okay.

Halstead: All right.

Katherine Brennan’s office

Katherine Brennan: Devin Williams confesses to a crime he didn't do.

Voight: Mm.

Katherine Brennan: And then hangs himself?

Voight: Mm-hmm.

Katherine Brennan: Do you know for sure he's innocent? That he has no involvement in this crime?

Voight: No, we're still looking into that, but we do know he wasn't at the crime scene, and he didn't do the murder.

Katherine Brennan: Press is gonna be all over this. Another false confession.

Voight: Okay, well, you address this any way you want. But Detective Upton did nothing wrong. I'll raise my right hand to that.

Intelligence office

Voight: We track down Nate Stevenson yet?

Dawson: Trying but he's still in the wind.

Burgess: I ran Devin's phone. He got a series of threatening texts yesterday.

Voight: Saying what?

Burgess: "Snitches die. Grandmas do too."

Halstead: Sounds like Nate and Devin are connected.

Voight: Yeah. So Devin loans Nate the blue Honda. Nate puts the stolen Lincoln plates on the car, drives over to the Colliers', robs the joint, kills Allison. Gives the car back to Devin… All right, ping the phone sending those texts, get a location.

Burgess: I just did... The address is 2244 Adams Street.

Voight: Tact up, hit it now.

Outside the warehouse

Dawson: Go.

Warehouse

Dawson: Hey, we got something.

Intelligence office

Halstead: Our DOA is Nate Stevenson, the guy we think really killed Allison Collier.

Ruzek: I've been going through Nate's phone. He's been getting a lot of texts from an unknown number. The most recent one says: "Need to meet, bro. Have cash and passport."

Atwater: Somebody's trying to help Nate get out of the country.

Halstead: Or make Nate think he was trying to help him get out of the country, so he could just track him down and shoot him.

Ruzek: I pinged the unknown number. All the texts were made downtown, corner of Superior and Michigan.

Burgess: Well, unless the killer's name is Neiman Marcus, that doesn't really help us.

Dawson: I found a surveillance camera across the street from the warehouse. We got a man wearing a hoodie entering the warehouse at 3:12 p.m. and leaving at 3:21.

Burgess: Okay, that makes sense. The M.E. put the time of death between 2:30 and 4:00.

Voight: You got a visual?

Dawson: Of him, no. His car, yes. I'll pull up the plates right now… Oh, my God. It's Alderman Collier.

Later

Halstead: So, I've been digging into Collier's finances. For starters, he bought a Cartier watch from Landsberg Jewelers for 14 grand. That's the same make that we found at Nate's house.

Voight: All right, so he did know it was his wife's watch... That means he was lying to us.

Halstead: He also made two $9,000 withdrawals while his bro, Nate, made two $9,000 deposits last week.

Voight: All right, so Collier paid Nate 18 grand to whack his wife, and he whacked Nate to tie things off. The question is, why?

Upton: I think I have the answer to that. Found an email Allison wrote to one of her friends. "Need to talk to you about finding a good lawyer. Lots to discuss. None of it good."

Teptcon Incorporated

Alexandra: She seemed pretty desperate to begin the process, so I gave her the name of a few divorce lawyers that I know.

Halstead: Okay, did she mention why she wanted to split up?

Alexandra: Yes. But given what's happened, there's probably no point in talking about it.

Upton: Well, there's definitely a point.

Alexandra: What do you mean?

Upton: We think her husband's involved.

Alexandra: Oh, my God… It was Jason. It all makes perfect sense.

Upton: How?

Katherine Brennan’s office

Voight: Jason Collier was physically abusing Allison, and she wanted a divorce. So he had her killed.

Katherine Brennan: You're sure about this?

Voight: Afraid so.

Katherine Brennan: Is he in custody?

Voight: I went by his office, his house... He's in the wind.

Katherine Brennan: Let me reach out to him. I'll tell him the person we think is responsible for Allison's death, this Nate Stevenson guy, was just found dead. The case is officially closed.

Voight: Let me know when and where.

Katherine Brennan: I had no idea Jason was capable of this.

Voight: Everyone is capable of this. It's why we're so busy.

Halstead’s car

Halstead: I know you don't wanna talk about it.

Upton: That's a terrible way to start a sentence.

Halstead: I wanna make sure you're okay.

Upton: I can't believe he killed himself.

Halstead: I know. I get it.

Upton: Internal Affairs wants to look into it now. Apparently, they have concerns about my interrogation tactics.

Halstead: Screw that. You did it right.

Upton: Maybe.

Halstead: No, definitely.

Upton: There he is.

Halstead: Collier's on site. He's heading east on Randolph, toward his house.

Street

Katherine Brennan: Take him.

Alley

Upton: Go to the next block. I got the alley… He's going through the yards… Stop running! Stop... Police! Stop running! Chicago PD! Don't move. Get your hands in the air now! Jason Collier, you're under arrest for murder. Hands in the air now.

Jason Collier: This whole damn thing is her fault. She made a big deal over nothing. Nothing! I grabbed her arms a few times. That doesn't mean she gets to ruin my career. My life.

Upton: Get on your knees now.

Jason Collier: Screw that.

Upton: Stay back. Stay back! Drop your weapon. I will shoot you. Drop your weapon! Drop your weapon now! I will shoot you! Drop your weapon. I'll...

Gunshots

Street

Upton: I ordered the suspect to get on his knees. He refused to comply. And then he reached into his waistband and pulled out a weapon.

Voight: But you didn't engage.

Upton: No.

Voight: Okay, why not?

Ruzek: I shot before she could, boss.

Voight: Well, I know that, Adam. I'm trying to understand why Hailey didn't fire on the offender before you did.

Ruzek: She had two pedestrians in her line of fire. She knew I was there. She knew I had the shot, so she let me take it.

Voight: Is that what happened?

Upton: Yeah.

Voight: Okay, good. Listen, Hailey... I don't want you meeting with IAD right now. Just tell them... Tell them you need to see your FOP rep first.

Upton: Okay.

Upton’s apartment: bedroom

Ruzek: For someone who has had a long week, you look great.

Upton: And it's only Wednesday.

Ruzek: Hmm.

Upton: So, this Halstead thing...

Ruzek: Oh, don't worry about that. He's your partner… I get it… I do have to ask, though… Why didn't you take the shot?

Upton: I don't know… I just froze… I got a lot on my mind, I guess.

Ruzek: Yeah. Yeah, I know. I've noticed… I don't wanna push you. If you don't want to talk about it, we don't have to. But the stories that you told about your father...

Upton: Yeah… Those were true… He wasn't like that all the time… Sometimes he was funny. And sweet. It's a lot more complicated than people think.

Ruzek: Come over here.

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Sevnol  (16.02.2020 à 17:11)

Episode centré sur Hailey, c'est cool ça, il était bien en plus ! On apprend des choses sur elle et ça n'a pas été facile tous les jours avec son père. Elle est très émotive dans cet épisode avec son passé et les victimes. D'ailleurs la première victime, la pauvre, elle s'est fait massacrée, j'avais mal pour elle...

En tout cas, j'avais quelques doutes sur le couple Hailey/Adam, mais là j'adore, j'ai envie de voir plus ^^ Je préfère finalement qu'elle reste amie avec Jay en fait.

Linstead77  (12.11.2018 à 22:10)

Du même avis, j'aimais déjà beaucoup l'atrice ainsi que le personnage mais avec cet épisode encore plus ! 

Même si l'histoire est assez simple/basique c'est pour moi, un des meilleurs épisodes. 
J'adore le couple Upzek et la relation partenaire Upstead qui sont de plus en plus exploités :D

Hâte de voir les prochains épisodes ! 

Aelis  (06.11.2018 à 14:58)

J'aimais déjà beaucoup Tracy avant, mais là ça renforce mon opinion sur cette actrice, quand la victime meurt dans "ses" bras au début de l'épisode j'avais les larmes aux yeux ! Et j'aime beaucoup le couple Hailey/Adam. ^_^

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