Chicago Fire (2012–…): Season 10, Episode 11 - Fog of War - full transcript


- Don Kilbourne.

You found a permanent home for
Lieutenant Jason Pelham.

- I'm comfortable
with my decision.

- Don't be.
You'll come to regret it.

- Go ahead and
get set to tube him.

- Don't you want to?
- You got this.

You're a really talented
medic, Violet.

And a lot of fun to be with.

- Are we okay?

- Do you still want
to marry me?

- You are the one thing
that I am sure about, always.

- You didn't
answer the question.

- Mm.

You're up early.

- Just getting coffee going.
- Mm.


I meant what I said last night.

I want to marry you.

Yes, yes, a million times--
- I heard you.

- Okay, good.

And I'm not expecting that

to make everything perfect
between us overnight.

You know, I get that
I screwed up.

And that I have to
earn your trust--

- Stella.

- Yeah?
- We're good.

- Yeah, okay.

I love you.

- Welcome back, partner.
- How was the trip to Portland?

- Never long enough
but so much fun.

- Casey's doing well?

- He is and the boys
are doing great.

- How's he like his new post?
- So far so good.

His firehouse responded to
a wild fire a few weeks back,

which he said is
like playing a whole new sport.

Oh, hey, who'd you end up
getting as a floater?

- Actually, Hawkins filled in.

- What?
- Yeah.

Guess he was doing ride-alongs
and the schedules lined up.

I can see why he rose up
the ranks so fast.

He's impressive.
- Yeah, how so?

- We had this
really intense call.

We had to intubate a newborn

and he was so calm
under pressure.

- Don't want to be late
for the morning briefing.

- Oh, sorry.

We're really lucky to
have a chief like that.

- Seriously.

- What's this?

- Hey, hey, hey,
wake up, Chicago.

The Buzz Mann
is here spinning hits

from morning rush
till lunch on Rush and--


You know what
that sound means,

it's time for
Hunt the Fugitive.


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dollars to the first listener

who catches our fugitive
on the streets of Chicago.

- Uh, okay.

- For a list of the rules

visit Rock92ThePanther

And here we go
with our first clue.

The fugitive is
gonna be barely dressed.

And I mean B-E-A-R,
bear-ly dressed.

Oh, that's a touchdown clue
if I ever heard one.

Okay, super-sleuths,
you heard it.

Keep it right here on Rock92
for more clues.

And now--

- So, let me see if I follow.

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a contest where you have to

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if you do, you get $10,000.

- Not you, us, together.
That's how you win this thing.

All right, team up.
Spread the wealth.

- In.
- Why not?

- Yeah, sure.

- Hey, how often
do they give out clues?

- Every day,
10:00, 2:00, and 4:00.

- And in the meantime,
the fugitive roams the streets

of Chicago just waiting
for someone to catch them?

- Yeah, you walk up to them
and you say,

"You're the Rock92 fugitive."
And wham-o!

10,000 smackers just like that.

- Truck 81, Squad 3,
Ambulance 61.

- Okay, be back by 2:00
for the next clue.

- Watch out, live wires.

81 to Main,
we have a pin-in accident

and downed power lines.

We need the power company
to respond to this location.

- Truck 81,
power company en route.

ETA 15 minutes.
- Copy that.

We're not waiting.

Grab your rope bags,
let's corral these lines.

- We're on it.

- Squad extricates
when I give the all clear.

- All right, copy that.

Squad standby,
jaws and cutters.

- Copy that.

- You guys need a hand?
- It's Pelham's scene.

Pelham, 37's here.

- All right, great.

Charge a line
to cover the driver.

Let's standby
with a couple of extinguishers

in case that
truck's leaking fuel.

- McBride, charge a crosslay.
- Right away, Lieutenant.

- Burton, Ortega,
stand by with extinguishers.

- Copy that.

- Gallo.
- Yeah?

- Here.

- Pull.

- Yup.

- Secure.
- Good.

- Squad 3, move in.
- Copy that.

- All yours, Lieutenant.

- Severide, take cover!

- Hey! Look out!

- 37, get extinguishers
on those flames.

- Burton, Ortega,
you heard the man.

- Yes, sir!

- 81, secure those lines.

- Copy!

- Hey, got another downed line!

- Guys, come on.

- Careful, that transformer
could explode again.

- Hey, wait!


- No, no, no, no!

Man down, man down!

- Watch the line,
watch the line.

- Hey, McBride.

McBride, can you hear me?
- What happened?

- She took a direct hit
from that line.

- Brett, over here!
- Go, I've got him.

- McBride.
What happened to her?

- She got zapped
by a downed line.

- Where?

- Hit her in the chest,
I think.

- All right,
I need the heart monitor.

McBride, can you hear me?
- Yeah.

- Yeah? Okay, good.

Can you follow my finger?

Pupils are equal
but she's concussed.

- All right,
she's gonna be okay.

Let's give Brett some room
to work.

- 61 to Main, we need a second
ambulance at this location.

- Copy that.

- Let's put her on the
stretcher and get her to Med.

- Hey, squad,
let's pack up our gear.

- Copy that.

- Well, that was total mayhem.

- That could've been
a lot worse.

- I hope
she bounces back quick.

- She wouldn't
have been in trouble

if that transformer
hadn't blown out of nowhere.

- I just figured the accident
caused it.

- What'd you see
before it exploded?

- It was smoking,
spitting fire.

- I-I've seen that
with lightning strikes

and flame contact, but none
of that was in play here.

- Huh.
- Think it's a defective unit.

- How's McBride doing?
- She was stable.

A little banged up
from her fall.

They have her
under observation.

- I got shocked
by a bad outlet once,

my arm was buzzing for days.

Can't imagine what
a high-voltage line feels like.

- She's pretty lucky.

- We too late?

- Right on time.

- Enjoying the hair metal?

- It's growing on me.

- Rock rules.
I was at Night Ranger

in 1984 with my friend,
Poppers Calhoun...

- Oh, Poppers?
- He had bad knees.


- All right, it's 2:00 p.m.
and you know what that means.

Time for the next clue.

- Well, she's an improvement
from the morning guy.


- Here we go.

The fugitive will be working
for Mr. Mcgee

at the five and dime,
but only part time.

Got it? That's the clue.

- Working with Mr. Mcgee?
What the hell does that mean?

- I don't know even know
what a five and dime is.

- "Raspberry Beret."
Five and dime, Mr. Mcgee...

It's all in the lyrics
to "Raspberry Beret."

- Even I know Prince.

All right,
we got bear-ly dressed

and "Raspberry Beret,"
so they're gonna have on

a Bears jersey
and purple hat on their head.

Okay, so if you guys go out on
a call, keep your eyes peeled.

- Where are you going?
- I'm sitting on the apron

with a pair of binoculars
just in case.

- Oh.

- Oh, hey, Kylie,
we used to have a drawer

full of stuff to give away
to little visitors.

- Oh, over here.

I did some reorganizing.
- Ah.

My two-year-old sister
is coming for a visit

along with my stepdad.
Sort of, long story.

- Oh, wow.
I don't know you had a sister.

- Uh, yeah.

I guess Amelia was born just
a little before you got here.

I, um, I usually go to their
place in Rockford to visit,

but with all of my trips
to see Matt,

I just haven't
made it up there recently.

Oh, how about...oh.

- Oh, look at him.

With his cute, little jump bag
and badge.

That's a choking hazard,
but I'm just gonna...

Oh, this is perfect.
Thank you.

- Yeah, you bet.

- I just got a call
from CFD headquarters.

I'm receiving a
Clinical Resuscitation Award

for saving that newborn.
- Violet, that's fantastic.

Oh, wow, Hawkins must've
been seriously impressed.

That award is a huge deal.
- I guess so.

- I know so.

Why don't you look happy?

I'm--I'm just surprised.
That's all.

- Hmm.
Well, I'm really proud of you.

We have some celebrating to do.

- Hey, Chief.
- Pelham.

That firefighter from 37
who got hurt on your call.

- McBride, yeah.
Is there an update on her?

- Separated shoulder,
mild concussion,

she'll be out for a few weeks.

That's a tough break.

- She says it's your fault.

- What?
- Apparently, you ordered her

to secure a live wire
on her own

without the proper equipment.
- No.

No way.
I never gave her that order.

- That's what she says,

and that's what's going
in their report.


- She said what?

- That Lieutenant Pelham
ordered her to move that wire

with a pike pole.

She's blaming him
for her injury.

- That's crazy.
- Wow, that's...

- Did anyone see what happened?
- Yeah.

I saw her go down.
- Was she acting on orders?

- Oh, well, I don't know that.

- Did anyone see her
acting on orders

from Pelham or otherwise?

- I heard her lieutenant
put her on hose duty,

but other than that...
- Medics.

- We were prepping for victims.
- Behind the ambo.

- It was fog of war, Chief.

Power lines were
bouncing around everywhere,

victims to save...

- I--maybe I said something
that she misunderstood?

You know,
I don't think so, but...

who knows?
- Don't worry, Lieutenant.

We got your back.
- Absolutely.

- 100 percent.
- Don't worry about it.

- He's gonna need
more than your support.

He's gonna need testimonies
to contradict McBride.

There's gonna be an inquiry.

So I want statements
from each one of you

describing exactly
what you witnessed.

Engine 37 will do the same.

Once we get a fuller picture
on this thing then...

Maybe it'll all shake out.

I want those statements
by the end of shift.

all: Copy that, Chief.

- Hey, this is nothing, man.
It's bureaucracy.

You got this.

- Kelly.

So I actually know Sarah.

- Yeah?
- Yeah.

She volunteered for
Girls on Fire a couple times.

Look, are we sure that
Pelham's in the clear on this?

- Why?

Did you see something
on the call?

- No, but Sarah

does not seem like the type
of person that would lie.

- I don't know her. I know him.

And he's solid.

- You know,
I've had my differences

with Pelham in the past,
but I don't question his word.

- Yeah, I mean, I know there
are two sides to every story,

but I'm leaning towards the one
that isn't concussed.

- You better believe that's
what's going in my statement.

In brighter news, did you hear
about Violet's award?

- Oh, you don't have...
- That's fantastic.

What award?
- For clinical resuscitation.

- Hawkins gave it to her
for the baby rescue.

- It's really not
that big of deal.

- Yes it is.
Stop being so humble.

- Congratulations.
That really is awesome.

- Scott.

- Amelia!
Oh, I'm so happy to see you.

- Sorry we're late.

I tried to beat rush hour
on the Kennedy,

but I guess
it's always rush hour.

- Oh, my gosh,
you're getting so big.

- Hi, Amelia,
welcome to Firehouse 51.

You staying for long?

A few days.

I don't want to impose.
- Oh, are you kidding?

You're gonna
have to stay longer

with all the activities
I have planned for us.

I'm taking them
to the Shedd Aquarium

and then the nature museum
and the Adler Planetarium.

Violet, you should
come with us.

- Oh, count me in
for the Adler for sure.

- Great!
Come on, let's go inside

and check out the snacks.

And I have
a little something for you.

- Oh, yeah.
Wait till you see that.

- Had my eyes open
all the way over here

and did not see
the jersey-beret combination.

- There was another clue.
- What was it?

- Uh, "Rapture," Debbie Harry.
- Blondie.

- Oh.
- Yeah.

And the fly
gets closer to the spider.

- Hey.
- Hey.

- Been talking to my guys,
and we're pretty sure

that the wire came down
when the transformer blew.

And you were dealing
with the fire at that point,

so how could you
have given her that order?

- Makes sense to me.
- Right.

This Sarah McBride,
you guys don't have

any history that
should be disclosed, do you?

- I've never met her before.

I have no idea
why she's gunning for me.

Any further thoughts
on that transformer?

- I thought I'd swing by
the scene in the morning,

have another look.

If there are bad
transformers out there

then we need to investigate.

- What's the deal
with you and OFI?

You got a side gig there
or something?


Well, kind of.
It's more like a hobby.

My old man used to work arson
back in the day

so I guess it's in the blood.

- It's cool.

Mind if I tag along?

Sounds like
a welcome distraction.

- You're on.

- Stella,
you in physical therapy too?

- No, just came by
to see how you're doing.

- Really?
- Yeah.

It was a pretty scary hit
you took.

- Two to four weeks.
- Damn.

But, hey, a few thousand volts
and you're still walking?

you're a certified badass.

- Maybe.

- Yeah, I heard you're saying
our new lieutenant's at fault.

- Yeah.

Well, gotta do
what I gotta do, you know?

- Oh, yeah, no.
I get it.

Hey, I'm not here
to give you a hard time.

You know, I mean,
Pelham seems like a good guy,

but like I said, he's new.

Yeah, what happened?

- It's all in
the incident report.

- Oh, I know.
It's just...

those things are
so dry and procedural.

I was hoping to get
the full story from you.

- Well, that's what's
in the report, the full story.

- Okay.

I--I'm just trying
to figure out

what he could've seen
from his position.

You know, did he see
the line go down?

- I guess so because he just

pointed at me
and gave the order.

- Whoa, hey, Sarah, I am just
trying to get clarification.

- I've said all
I have to say on that.


- How's it going?

Firefighters of the CFD,
we were here on the scene.

You have any idea
why this thing blew?

- Well, if you were
on the scene,

you knew that a moving van
slammed into it, right?

- Yeah, but the pole survived.

Shouldn't the transformer
have held steady?

- Look, I'm just here
to replace the thing.

- How much oil goes
into one of these things?

- Unit this size?
50 gallons.

- Huh.

Well, since you already
pulled it down,

do you mind if we take it?

I'd like to show it to the
Office of Fire Investigation.

- Save me a trip
to the scrap yard.

Have at it.

- Want to give me a hand?

What is it?

- This is where I was standing
when that thing exploded.

Truck 81 was parked
right about there.

And she was on the other side,
near 37,

which means there was
no sightline.

So how could I have
given her a verbal command?

- I believe you, 100%.

But you can't confirm it.

- Hey, in my experience
with the pencil pushers

at the board of the review,

they'll never know what
it's like to be on the ground.

So your best bet
is to keep your head down,

do your job,
and let the chips fall.

- I get that, but given
my disciplinary record,

it's not chips
that are gonna fall.

It's an axe.

Come on,
let's load this thing up.

- Hey.


I cannot believe
how fast she's growing.

- This is a really fun age.

So curious about
everything and fast.

Don't blink or she'll be
in the shark section.

- I have to take a video
for Matt

so he can see
how much she's changed.

- How are things going
with all that?

Portland and the long distance.
- Um, it's fine.

I mean, it's amazing
when we're together,

but it's never long enough.

I'm taking another furlough
soon and so is Matt.

- Matt.

- Did she just...
- Oh, yeah.

She's been saying his name ever
since your last visit together.

- You remember this guy?
- Matt.

- All eyewitness statements
are in

from all four companies
that were present at the scene.

- And?

- None of them can back up
Sarah McBride's account,

but they don't
contradict her either.

- Chief,

Severide and I were back
on the scene yesterday.

And just looking
at how it all laid out...

I've never been more sure.

I couldn't have even seen her
when that wire came down.

- I don't doubt you, Pelham.

There's a review board that
weighs up all the evidence.

- It'll turn into
a "he said, she said."

- I went to talk to McBride.

- What? When?

- Off shift.

I know her some.
Girls on Fire stuff.

- You talk about the accident?
- Mm-hmm.

I can't explain it, but, um,

yeah, I got a weird hit
off her.

- What kind of hit?
- Defensive.

I don't want to accuse her
of anything,

but something's not right.

- Lieutenant Severide?
- Yep.

- Captain Van Meter
is on the apparatus floor.

- Go.

- Supposedly this thing
had 50 gallons of oil in it

when it blew, but if that
was true, I wouldn't be here.

I'd be in the burn ward.
It was half-full at most.

- So you're saying the accident
wouldn't have caused it to blow

except that most of
the coolant had evaporated?

- Makes sense, right?
- Judging by the serial number,

this thing is 10 years
past its due date.

- Probably cutting costs

by letting them run longer
than they should.

Well, maybe I can subpoena

the power company
for their records?

Pressure them
into replacing them all

or face criminal charges.
It's nice work, Severide.

Seager's gonna be upset
you solved one without her.

You two did great work
in those church fires,

but now she keeps bugging me

about bringing you back
on other cases.

You did remind her
I don't work for OFI, right?

- Yeah, she didn't care.

- She says it's no fun burning
the midnight oil without you.

- Hey, Violet.
- Hmm?

- This just came
for you from headquarters.

- Thanks, Kylie.

- You're not gonna open that?

- Uh, yeah.
Yes, I guess I should.

- Violet, you won an award?

- For clinical resuscitation.
- You knew?

- I figured she told you.

- And there's a little note
from Chief Hawkins.

- What's it say?
- Um.

"Keep up the great work.

"This is one of
many more to come,

I'm sure of it."

- That's what
I'm talking about, V.


- Thanks, Ritter.
- Yeah.

- Better put this
in my locker.

- Way to go, Violet.

- Thanks.

- What do we know
about this guy, Hawkins?

- What do you mean?

- Well, I mean, we all know
Violet's a great medic.

And I'm not saying
she doesn't deserve an award.

- Okay, good.

- But the last
paramedic field chief,

he came by 51, what?
Every six months?

And this guy here
is working shifts with Violet

and giving her awards,
writing cute, little notes.

I mean, isn't it obvious?

He has ulterior motives.

- Or maybe you're reacting
this way because

you have feelings for her
and you blew it?

- No, no, it's just wrong.
I mean, he's her boss.

- Ambulance 61,
person in distress.

3613 East State.

- Get it off me.

- Hey, I'm the one
that called you.

It's my neighbor.

Get it off!

Get it off me.
Get it off me.

Get it off.


- Get it off me.
- Sir, we're paramedics.

Can you tell us what's wrong?

- He's been like this
for 20 minutes.

- What's on you, Travis?
We can't see.

It's in here.

- Any history of drug abuse
or psychiatric issues?

- Not that I know of.

I mean,
he's a pretty chill guy.

- Travis, we need you to stop
moving so we can take a look.

- I can't stop
or it gets worse.

- Hey...
- Come on, buddy.

- Easy.
- No, don't!

- She can't help you
if you don't stay still.

- It's moving everywhere.

- Okay, grab me the amio.

- You think he's going
into cardiac arrest?

- It's not for him.

Thank you.

- No, no...
- Here you go.

What the hell?

It's slowing down. It stopped.

It stopped.

- Okay, Travis, can you
lay on your left side for me?

- What happened?

- I paralyzed
whatever's in there

with a shot of amiodarone.

- Ooh.
You want to do this part?

- Not a chance.

- Oh.

- Oh!

- That was revolting,
and you were incredible.

- I think maybe
I got that award because

some feelings have developed
between me and Hawkins.

- Did something happen?

- Oh, my God, no.

I just...

There was a vibe.

- Violet, you're a great medic.

I mean, you just proved it in
there for the umpteenth time.

You should feel really proud of
yourself for saving that baby.

And you deserve that award.

- Okay.

- Stewart.

Now a good time?
- Hey, Chief Boden.

What brings you
to the West Side?

- Pelham inquiry.
- Oh, okay.

Make a decision about that yet?

- No, not yet,
but before they do,

I wanted to get
your take on something.

Sarah McBride,
tell me all about her.

- Good kid.
Hate to have her on the bench.

- So you're a fan.
- Oh, yeah.

She's a little green maybe.

A little on the quiet side,
but hard worker.

- Is she honest?

- In my experience,
yes, very.

You know, it's funny,
for a nobody,

she is sure getting
a lot of attention this week.

You're the second DDC
to ask about her.

- Who was the first?
- Chief Kilbourne.

- Did Kilbourne call you?

- Yeah,
right after the accident.

Wanted to know all about her.

- Before she filed
her accusation?

- I think so.

- You think so or yeah?

- You know, honestly,
I can't say for sure.

It sounds like something

you ought to be taking up
directly with Chief Kilbourne.

- Of course it's okay.
It's part of our training.

No. It'll be okay.

- We're not gonna do that.
- He'll understand.

- What's going on?
- Do you think Boden

would let us all take the rigs
out for driver's training

around downtown
until we find the fugitive?

- Boden's got a lieutenant
on the ropes.

We need to be
showing our support,

not asking for dumb favors.

- God himself could not
persuade Boden to take our rigs

out of our districts
for a radio contest.

- Engine 51, vehicle fire.
500 West Clark Street.

- Downtown.
- God himself. Hmm.

- Hermann.
- Hey, Dorcester.

We got called
for a vehicle fire.

- No fire but
a hell of a lot of glass.

I could use some help
with the cleanup,

if you don't mind?
- Yeah.

All right,
grab the brooms, boys.

We're gonna help
sweep up the street.

Back up, people, back up.
All right, let us do our work.

Back up, people,
back up, please.

- Can I just cross the street?

- No, ma'am, let us do our job.
Just stay on the sidewalk.

- Okay, I'll just stand
right here then.

- Uh, are you
the Rock92ThePanther fugitive?

- Yes, I am.

You won $10,000.
- What?

Oh, my God, I can't believe it.

I actually only heard one clue,
Bears jersey.

And here you were,
right in front of me.

- Congratulations.
What's your name?

- Roger, Roger Fischer.

- Chief Kilbourne.

- Boden.

How are you?
- On the war path.

- Wow, okay.

- I already know you're
not happy I hired Jason Pelham.

And now a firefighter
in your district

levelled serious
allegations against him.

- You think I had something
to do with that?

- I think you saw
an opportunity and you jumped.

I think you found that young
woman in a vulnerable state,

and you pressured her
into fabricating a story.

What firefighter
is gonna say "no"

to a deputy district chief?

- That is one hell
of an accusation, Boden.

- Can you deny it?
- Can you prove it?

Let me float
an alternate theory.

Pelham screwed the pooch,

and now you're desperate
to find someone else to blame

for your lousy hiring decision.

I told you Pelham was bad news.

This is on you.


- How do we prove it?

- How can we?
Unless she fesses up.

Look, Pelham, I understand

why you took the hit
to protect Captain Stafford,

but Kilbourne clearly
has it in for you.

Don't it seem like it's time...

To tell me the full story
of why you slugged his friend?

- Kilbourne knew as well
as anyone that Stafford

was in a tailspin, he just
figured he'd pull out of it.

I was less optimistic.

I could tell Stafford was gonna
end up getting someone killed.

My only crime was not following

the old school code
of turning a blind eye.

I am the pissant lieutenant
who forced his buddy to retire.

That is why Kilbourne
will never forgive me.

- Well, that was
a big waste of time.

- Nah, it built camaraderie.

You know, which is something
you have to do as a leader.

- Uh-huh.
- Yeah.

And we're gonna need that
camaraderie as we get ready

for the Kiss104
Hands on a Hummer challenge.

- Don't want to know
what that is.

- Yeah, you see,
they have a Hummer

that's driving down the street
at two miles an hour,

and if you can keep pace
with the thing

and hold on
as long as you can...

- Hey, you.

I figured you'd be
halfway to Rockford by now.

- Well, Amelia wanted
one last goodbye.

- Sylbie.
- Oh.

I miss you already,
little lady bug.

I'm gonna come and
see you real soon, okay?

- Actually, I was thinking
we'd come down

to the city
a little more often.

I know how busy you are,
and I think

it's good for you to go
see Matt as much as possible.

- Oh, well, I can do both.

I promise it won't be
so long next time.

- When Julie and I
first started dating,

I had a lot of business travel.

Carving our time together
was hard, but we made it work.

I look back now...

And I wish...

Just one more movie night
on the couch

or that ski trip to Boyne
we kept meaning to take.

My hope for you?

That you get as much time
as possible with Matt.

So we'll come to you
for a little while.


- Deal.

- Violet.

- Sorry to just walk in.
Your assistant isn't out there.

- No worries.
Come on in.

- The award, it's a real honor.
- Well, that baby wouldn't be

with his parents right now
if it wasn't for you.

- And you.
We did it together.

- You don't think
you deserve it?

- I--I don't know.
I mean, maybe?

- Violet, there's no maybe.
You do.

- Okay, so it's not
like you have...

Feelings for me
or anything like that?


- Well, I...


I don't let personal issues

affect my decision making
at work.

- Okay, okay.

Well, then, thank you.

- But I...

I think we should
make an effort

to stay away from each other.
At least for a while.

- That's a really,
really good idea.

- We gonna order in?
- Sure.

- Hey, what's going on?

You were quiet
the whole ride home.

- How come you never
mentioned anything

about working that
big case with Seager?

- You serious?

- I just think it's odd
that you never--

you never brought it up once.

- I'm sure I would've
if you picked up my calls.

- I'm sorry.
- I know.

- I can't help but feel like

maybe you can't
totally forgive me.

- You apologized.
I accepted it.

You're the one
who won't let it go.

- I let you--I let you down
and I let Boden down.

- You explained it to us.
You explained it.

You need time
to figure things out.

No one is perfect.

Not even Stella Kidd.

- Maybe I just...

I really want to be
the perfect one for you.

- You...

Are the perfect one for me.

- Chief.

- They finished reviewing
your case.

- Want a beer?

- Yup.

- All right.

How bad is it?

- They recommending