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Viewers get that Nick Collins and officer Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) broke up, that Dov is fascinated with Gail's relationship with forensic pathologist Holly Stewart (Aliyah O'Brien)! . Meme - Grumpy Cat - Kill Him Now. on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Rookie blue, TV Series and Andy mcnally. Peter Mooney (Nick Collins) - Rookie Blue Oooh what a beaut. Andy and Nick Rookie Blue Season 5 Episode 1 Rookie Blue, Blue Quotes, Blue .. Gail Peck x Holly Stewart, Rookie Blue Charlotte Sullivan, Rookie Blue, A Relationship. rookie blue + favorite 'familial' relationship ↳the original 5. I feel like someone's Andrea Grace McNally as my lawfully wedded wife, to love and to cherish.
Maybe, but that doesn't mean he knows everything.
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After all, Andy McNally is a spitfire package that can surprise even the people who know her the best. He's willing to wait, but she doesn't want him too. Because he's worth it, because they're both worth it. And as they stumble over her apartment, knocking over lamps and chairs in the effort to unbutton their tops, he can't help but wonder how this was happening. The relationship, though he's not sure if he can put a label on it or even if he wants to, is simple and easy.
In fact, the only complication is not between them but between them and Gail, though she seems to be hanging around with the pretty lab tech girl an awful lot. So while she's angry and not really talking to either of them, at least she has someone who understands her- not out of obligation, but out of truly caring. In fact, he's pretty sure there's something more because there was something suspicious about the way they were both in the coat closet and staggered their exits There's something going on, and he feels very disconnected from it.
After the incident at the park, he and Andy aren't paired up as often anymore, even though they weren't on the job when Chris's son was taken. Consequences are consequences, though, and like the soldier he is, Nick takes it. Still, he notices the way Swarek is using the situation to talk down to him and get more time with Andy. He doesn't say anything, though; he could be just completely paranoid about nothing.
But they're talking a lot and in secret tones Even if they're not together, even if she's with Nick and he's with Marlo. In fact, Sam and Andy and Marlo and suddenly becoming a little group. And then Marlo doesn't show up to work, and he doesn't understand until he and Oliver are sent to her house because of a case.
The basement is shocking, but not nearly as much of a surprise as to hear the lack of shock in Andy's voice. And suddenly, all the pieces fall together. Pieces wouldn't be the only thing that fell that day. Officers missing, officers shot, and a hit list are just a taste of the horrors that 15 faced.
Now more aware of Marlo's condition, Nick understands.
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A few of his army buddies suffered similarly, and it's that experience that finds him easily working at her side. They join forces to solve the case she had unintentionally created- until he steps out of the parade room and comes face to face with a man and a gun.
His name is called, and his pupils dilate under the immediate stress. But before he can react, a different voice calls out a different name, and there are two shots.
One is from his own gun, second only to the bullet in a different direction. Glass is broken, cops are scattered, and Andy goes rushing by him, followed shortly by Marlo. But Marlo stops and turns around, and Nick has to look the way she was going before he is slapped with his own realization, something he knew all along. The downed officer is loaded up into a bus, and only one fool makes the mistake of arguing with her about riding along.
Nick follows separately, but only after giving his own statement about the shooting and closing the book on another case.
The whole division is at the hospital, anxiously awaiting news about three of their officers, and Nick is reflecting about how he was almost among those ranks when his eyes fall upon a distraught Andy approaching. An apology falls from her lips, and he dismisses it immediately. At the end of the episode Andy meets Sam in his truck and tells him that she doesn't know how to do this but she does know is that she loves him and that this child will never face a day where it feels unloved or unwanted by her.
Sam and Andy are by the lake cleaning up Sam Apologizes for everything falling apart, she tells him that its perfect because its just them and kisses him, Andy walks away talking about starting up the BBQ and she turns around to Sam on one knee, Andy is shocked and drops everything in her hand Sam asks "Marry Me, McNally" and she says yes.
The next episode everyone is at the black penny celebrating their engagement, while Sam gets down on one knee asks Oliver to be his best man, Andy notices her ring is missing. As the episode progresses Oliver becomes the prime suspect in the corruption and the bombing.
Oliver ends up resigning and walks away. Sam gives Andy her ring back saying he found it in the sheets. Andy and Dov set a trap to see if the commissioner will take the bate while Gail and Nick are on watch, Gail and Nick are called away Andy decides to go catch him her self, she ends up catching Steve Peck, as he tries to escape he is caught leaving the building by Nick and Gail, as Gail is shocked to see that her brother is corrupt Nick and Andy have to arrest him and Jarvis is sent to arrest Santana, and Oliver is cleared.
The next episode Andy and Sam are suppose to have a date night and Andy shows up at Sam's place with wine, but no Sam, so she goes to the bedroom to find Marlo asleep in bed, as she leaves Sam walks in the door, Andy walks away.
Feeling that they need space Andy tells Sam that Juliette offered her a 5 month Undercover job in Vancouver, Sam angry tells her to not leave again and that they will figure this out.
At the end of the episode back at Sam's place Andy tells Sam that shes not leaving and that she was just telling him that for him to have an out, he tells her that he doesn't want an out and that they both tried running, tried being with other people but they always end up finding their way back to each other.
Andy is at their apartment getting ready and nick shows up to tell her that he wont be going to the wedding and that he's going to Vancouver for the Undercover job but he will be back, Andy asks him if hes happy and he says yes hes happy, while helping Andy look for her vows her dress rips and nick is able to sew it up, as he leaves he gives her his sunglasses as something borrowed and she kisses him on the cheek and he leaves.
Giving peace to their failed relationship. As Andy is on her way to the church she picks up a girl on the side of the road, finds out the girl as been assaulted and Andy returns to the person responsible only for her to get carjacked by the girl. Andy quickly realizes that the supposed subject has been stabbed by the girl, Andy tries to call Duncan for help but her phone dies, so she leaves to find help and Duncan worried about Andy tracks Sam's truck and he finds Andy walking in the road, they are able to call and Ambulance and Duncan gets Andy to her wedding.
Swarek", Andy replies "Good Morning Mr. Strengths Walks her own path. Won't take crap from no one. Can bond with just about anyone Wants to make the world a better place—at any cost. Needs to learn to trust her gut. Always compelled by Sam's dimples Too trusting.
Doesn't always see the darker side of people. While Duncan is no Rocky, I do like the Rocky reference. The movie itself is a kind of fairytale, which is a subtle nod to the season five theme.
However, there is such a thing as too much metaphor. Why antagonize fans of Andy and Nick? Are we supposed to like him? Luckily, the next scene is a short and sweet McSwarek moment.
Sam and Andy cross paths in 15 Division. After some cute banter, Sam says things look different. This happy moment, and other ones with Sam and Andy are sprinkled throughout the episode. If so, it makes a case for having Duncan transferred sooner rather than later. It makes Oliver seem like a puppet. Jarvis is obviously concerned more about photo opts than solving crimes, which means he and Dov are likely to be at odds often.
Dov may end up becoming the Sam Swarek of police officers! Throughout the episode there are little moments that show how much Oliver misses just being a cop. For instance, at Fight Night, he sadly tells Traci he has to go sit with the other sergeants, but that where the officers sit have the better view. He will be seeing first hand that if only politicos like Jarvis are in the higher ranks the quality of the police force suffers.
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This seems to be a realization that is slowly dawning on Oliver. It starts with the events of this episode, in particular the events involving officers Gail Peck Charlotte Sullivan and Dov Epstein. As he listens to Gail happily chatting on her phone, he becomes incensed to learn that Gail is skipping fight night to go out with Holly.
Once she hangs up he first tries to guilt her about not supporting new rookie Duncan. But what about Chris? I think about you two all the time. He has a certain lack of acceptance about it, which is odd. Why should he care?
Chris Diaz is going nuts trying to set up Fight Night when Chloe walks in saying how great things look and launching a too-much-information explanation about why she missed the last one. Geno and Myrna argue about everything — including the money Geno has wasted on a grand piano he never plays. He is such a dunce. Andy has Duncan call Sam to get the number to call in for a trace.
By the end of it Duncan sounds like a little kid! So much for protocol! Swarek gets the trace on their on the run criminal. His pal Lee claims to not know where Geno is, but when Geno hears that Lee could be arrested he surrenders. Before a turf war can ensure, Gail tells Dov that Oliver says 27 Division should take the lead since they got there first. Gail also delivers a message from Oliver that really gets the attention of the Other three officers: Gail is sulking and making Dov move everything by himself.
When she relents and tries to unplug one of them. Inside are tons of cash and credit cards. Wes and his partner come down and try to bogart the find. Dov reminds them that Wes had allocated the basement to 15 Division and Wes counters that 27 Division is supposed to take lead. Before Gail can call Oliver, Dov tells Wes they can keep the cash and 15 will take the cards.
Wes agrees — because he thinks the cards are untraceable and worthless. Dov has deeper insight. He realizes the cards and money represent a skimmer operation getting the credit card numbers when people swipe their cards, and then making phony cards with the legit and that there are too many cards for it to be run by one person.