Station 19 (2018–…): Season 5, Episode 15 - When the Party's Over - full transcript

Andy deals with the aftermath of a trauma.

Oh, my God. My quads are broken.

Nothing like punishment sprints
to make your body hate you.

So do we think that, uh,
Sullivan might have accused

Beckett of drinking on the
job as, like, a power play?

Oh, I really don't
want to believe that.

Or he was drinking
on the job, right?

But the pee test was clean.

Today. You really think?

Beckett's sloppy sometimes.
He's always cranky.

And addicts know addicts.

Yeah, or Sullivan
just wanted that captain job again.

Oh, boy.

Looks like Bishop is
having a nervous breakdown.


Hey, you found us.

I, uh... need a drink.

Man, you know, I gotta say it.

This breakup was a
long time coming.

I need three drinks.


Oh, hey.

Hey. Hey.


Are we gonna blackmail
somebody out here?


I-I wanted to meet
up on the roof,

but Beckett's up there, brooding
out into the night, so...

So we're staging a coup.

Ah, trust me. I wanted to after
that crap with t-the sprints.

Yeah, I know. Much too
reminiscent of my childhood

for me to, uh, process
that right now,

but that is not why we're here.

We... We just wanted to, um...

We... We want to, uh, ask you,

um, for your...

Sperm. Your sperm.

Do you remember when you told
me you waste a lot of it?

Well, we would like to
take you up on your offer

to be our donor.

What she said.

Okay. Uh... w-what?

We decided that we don't
want it to just be some

random donor from a catalogue,

that we want it to be
somebody that we know,

and we want you. Yes.

My... My sperm.


Andy? Hey. Hi.

Andy? Oh, my God. What happened?

I... Andy.


S-So, who is this guy?

Um, I'm not sure.

Maddox knew him. Oh.

Are you injured? Um,
I don't think so. I...

No. No, no, no. No,
no, no. Let me see.

Her body is evidence. I just...

I-I-I-I hit him.
I-I fought him off.

Thank God. Hey, look,
I'm not gonna touch you,

but, Andy, d-did
you hit your head?

You need... You need
to take the aid car.

Vic: Why? T-T-The guy, he's
on the ground. I hurt him.

He's... He's... He was bleeding.

Um... please, go, go.

- Okay, we got it. It's.
- - It's in the parking lot

behind Joe's Bar.

We got it! His name...
His name's Jeremy.

Andy, I'm gonna call
this in to the police

so they can get a
statement from you.

Is that okay with you?

Andy? Can I call
the police for you?

Uh, police, yes. Call it in.

Jack: Andy?

I'm fine. I'm fine.

I'm fine.

Johnny: Hey, big
shot, how was school?

Hola, mija.

There's food in the fridge.

Do you have any homework?

Wait, what is this?


Was it that Thompson kid again?

He tripped me.

Thompson kid. Uh-oh.

Looks like he's
got a crush on you.


Hey, don't say that to my kid.


He didn't mean
anything by it, Elena.

Yeah, it's just something
they say about kids.

I don't care. Don't
say it to my daughter.

Come on, mija.

You okay, hmm?

You sure she said
Joe's Bar? Yeah.

Seattle FD! Anyone
need assistance?!

Seattle Fire Department!

Sullivan: Anyone? Jeremy?

I don't know. Maybe
he fled the scene?


What? It's blood.

Man, don't mess
with Herrera, huh?

Seriously. So he
probably did run.


Guys? Hey, over here!

Here, here. Grab the c-collar.

Jeremy? Jeremy, can you hear me?



Okay, we have to move
him. There's no room here.

Okay. Let's roll him. Ready?


On three. One, two, three.


- Is it tight?
- Good?

Okay. Yeah.

Good on your side? Yeah.


Hold on. I'll tie you in.

Ready? Yep.

One, two, three.

going, keep going.

I'll start bagging him.

Let's get him hooked
up to the monitor,

start suctioning, do
a quick head-to-toe.

Hughes, get ready to intubate.

Vic: Hands up.

This guy attacked Andy.

We deal with our feelings later.

You are Andy's friend later.
Right now, you're a paramedic.

I know. I know. I got it.

God, it's a bloody mess in here.

Cricoid pressure?

Can you see anything?

Not a chance. It's just...
There's too much damage.

This is just basically
gonna be a blind attempt.

Okay, okay, okay.

That's not gonna help.
Sats are dropping below 80.

He needs a surgical airway.

You're gonna cric him?

Get ready for more blood.



Got it? Yep.

Andy's gonna need a lawyer.

Maya: Oxygenation is improving.

Sullivan: Let's
get him on a board.

Bishop, what the hell?
Did you call in backup?

No need. We got it.

Traumatic airway
with head injury.

Fluids going and tubed.

He needs Grey-Sloan.

This guy attacked Andy. You
shouldn't be treating him.

Why? Because he
attacked my ex-wife.

Exactly. None of you should
be treating him. God.

You're too close
to the situation.

You should have called in
another station immediately.

I'm calling in backup. Yeah,
but we're already here, okay?

So if we don't move him now... Look,
right now, he has a pulse, okay?

And his sats are up to 89.

Dispatch, this is Captain
Beckett from Station 19.

We need an additional engine
and aid car to Joe's Bar

for a 35-year-old male
victim of assault.

Send SPD.

Oh, come
on. He's flatlining.

Oh, prepping epi.
Starting compressions.

Dispatch, this is
Captain Beckett again.

How long till backup arrives?

It's getting hard to bag him.

This is not good.

This is a disaster. You
should have called this in.

This is not good for Andy.

This guy cannot die.

You say you knew this
man. James, um, last name?

Uh, Jeremy.

I didn't... I didn't
get his last name.

And no, I didn't
really know him.

We... We just met tonight.

He's a friend of my
lieutenant's, Maddox.

John Maddox.

We will need John Maddox'
contact information

and all the names and contact
information of everyone present.


Everyone left early,
except for the guy, Jeremy.

He stayed behind with me.

How long were you
both at the bar?

Uh... late.

Were you drinking?

Yep, I-I took my team out

because our station had
just been closed down.

We were, you know, celebrating
the station's legacy.

Are you inebriated now?

The attack kind
of sobered me up.

Right, um...

We have to ask these
questions. I know, I know.

You know how it is,
being a paramedic.

Memory, judgment, and all.

When alcohol is involved, it's
important to note it down.

No, I'm not drunk.

When you say you fought him off,

were you carrying mace
or a weapon of any kind?

No, there was a struggle.
I hit him, and that's it.

Where did you hit him?

I... I don't know. I...

Uh, his... his throat?

I think I might
have bit his hand.

'Cause you thought he
was going to assault you.

No, because he didassault me.

Right. I just meant you
thought he was going to...

Rape me? Yes.

So when you got back here,
you told your teammates

to go aid him because
you saw you had inflicted

significant injuries?

Yeah. I mean, he...
He was on the ground.

And then you left him there
and came back to this station.

How did you get here?


I don't know.

I don't know. I...

Seems like some of your
memories are a little hazy.

Why is that?

Um, I-I...

I'm allowed to have someone
here with me, right?

An advocate?

Technically, yeah.

Well, you should have offered
that to me at the start.

I'd like one. I'd like
my friend here with me.

Dr. Ben Warren, please.

You know what your tío
said, it's not true, right?

That's just something
that people say

to make excuses for
boys, and it's not right.

This happens again, I
want you to hit him back.


I'm serious, mija.

Did you know that Uncle Snuffy

is a mixed martial
arts champion?

You think that anyone
messes with him?

No.You bet your ass, no.

You know, one time I saw
him knock this guy out

in one single punch... Bam!

Your mama's crazy.

Yeah, that'll show
that Thompson brat.

That's it. That's...
That's all I remember.

Alright, well, we're
still a little blurry

on some of the details, but
if that's all you remember,

Ms. Herrera, we are... Uh,
it's... It's Captain Herrera.

And that's pretty
normal for events like this.

It's the brain's
response to trauma.

O-Of course. We're sorry for
all that you've been through.

Thank you for your statement.

Can't say it was my pleasure,
but you know what I mean.

Well, we will follow up
with you in a few days.

Wait, wait, wait, wait.
Y-You're not done here.

Andy has the option of a
physical evidence recovery kit.

A rape kit?


She wasn't...

Well, she was attacked.

Look, t-there was a
struggle, alright?

There is evidence on her
body that can be collected.

One second.

Andy. Andy: I...

It's totally up to
you. Your choice.

I-I really, really
want a shower.

Yeah, I know, Andy. I know.

But... you know how this
looks to guys like them.

Put yourself in the best
position to be believed.

Well, d-does this mean I
have to go to the hospital?

Usually, yes, but I can
call over to Grey-Sloan

and have them send over a
physical evidence recovery kit.

I don't know. We can do it here.

Or Carina can do it.

As a doctor, I can tell
you it's most important

that you are healthy
and unharmed,

and this exam does that
first and foremost,

but it also increases
the likelihood

of holding perpetrators

Okay. But here.

I just... I-I want
to do it here.


Okay. So you two will have to
stand by to collect the kit

and file it away
at the precinct.

Yeah, we know. Do you?

'Cause without my intervention,

this step might
have been skipped.

Look, I know this is standard
training for doctors,

but not for us.

Well, you need new training.

Excuse me.

Pulse check. Still flatlining.

No pulse. We still
need to move him.

No, we wait for 88.
They're two minutes away.

Maybe we could
have waited before.

We don't have time now.

Maya: Alright,
prepping another epi.

The guy's gone, Sullivan.

No, he's not.

It's PD's scene now.

I'm not letting this guy die.

If he dies, Andy killed him.

And I'm telling you,
it's best for Andy

if this scene is preserved.
I'm handing this scene over.

I see a beat.

I got a pulse! I got a pulse!

Okay. Help me get
him on a gurney.

Grey-Sloan is literally
across the street.

Are we doing this?

Come on. Come on!

Vic: Okay, screw it.
Screw it, let's do it.

Alright, I'll drive. I'll drive.

Okay, one, two, three.

Okay. Ready?

Yep. Got it.


Good? Good?





His pulse is barely there.

Hey, how long does it take
to go around the block, huh?!

Okay, pulling up. Pulling up.

Come on, come on!

Vic: Let's go! Come
on, come on, come on!

35-year-old male with
significant head injury

and a surgical airway.

Arrested in the
field, now with ROSC.

How long has he
been down? Maybe 15.

Pulse came back
three minutes ago.

Alright, got it.
Let me in there.

Thank you.

You have to keep
him alive, alright?

That's usually the goal. No, no.

This guy, he... he attacked
a friend of ours. Okay.

And if he dies... They got
it, they got it, Sullivan.

I know, I know.
Don't let him die.

You know what?
Give us some space.

Okay, Sullivan, come on. Why don't
you guys wait in the ambulance bay,

and I will update you.

No, look... You... Listen,
you don't understand.

Sullivan, stop.

You guys did your job.
Let me do mine, okay?

It's okay. Thank you. Thank you.

Sully, they got it. They got it.

You know, I'm not
avoiding the question

you guys asked me
earlier, just so you know.

I know. It's fine.
It's not the time.

Are you okay? I'm fine.

I can't believe she
fought him off like that.

I mean, I can.
It's... It's Andy.

But, you know...

Clearly you're
not fine. Did I...

Did I say something to
offend you or upset you or...

I'm not upset. I'm... Well...

I am upset, but for Andy, and
I'm trying not to be angry

so I can perform this exam,
but I'm also feeling electric.

I feel like there is this
teenage version of me

that just wants to scream
and cry and dance with Andy,

because she did it.

She hit him back. She
did what I couldn't do.

She did what so
many of us can't do.

She stopped him.

And you didn't.

Stop him.

And I am in awe and overwhelmed,

and I-I feel like this
teenage version of me

is elated and angry
and... and relieved.

This is all so much for
me to handle right now,

but talking about
it really helps.

So thank you.

There's also a
teenage version of me

I think knows what
you're talking about.

One who

you know, froze
instead of fought

or was so scared

that they kind of just
wanted to leave their body.

A-And what Andy did, I
mean, yeah, we should

order her some balloons
or some confetti.

Hey. Uh, Dr. Warren called.

Thank you.

You know what? I-I'm
gonna clear out,

give you guys some
privacy, okay?

You good?


Hi, Jack.

Ah, I'm ready, I guess.

Andy, this is Dr. Taryn Helm.

She'll be assisting me today.

Okay. Thank you. Have a seat.

You're very welcome.

Uh, we'd like to start
off by asking for

your consent to
perform this exam.

You don't have to do all that.

Carina: Andy, control was
taken from you tonight.

We would like to
give it back to you.

Okay, uh... yes,
you have my consent.

So this will be a cooperative
and ongoing process.

We'll be asking for your consent
for each section of the test,

and you have the right to agree
or to refuse any part of it.


And you can tell us to
stop for any reason,

no questions asked.

No need. I want this documented.

Let's begin.Okay.

The first section is the
collecting of the clothing.

Each item is evidence.

Do you consent?


Aah! Stop it!

Is that too tight?

It's good.

Carina: Sample sealed.
Doing okay so far?


Ready to learn how
to defend yourself?

For the next section, we
will be collecting samples

from under your fingernails.

Do you consent?

Snuffy: No, this goes here.
Yes, you have my consent.

You go for the spots
that are the weakest...

Nose, kidney, groin, throat.

We will now photograph
your injuries.

Do you consent?

Good. Good. Andy: Yes.

If someone attacks
you, you hit and hit,

and you don't stop
until they let go.

Then you run, and
don't look back.

We'll be taking DNA samples by
swabbing areas of your skin.

Do you consent?

Yes, you have my consent.

Look. Good, good. That's good.

But you want to follow

Imagine your fist is coming out

the back of his body, okay?


And now a blood sample.

Do you consent? That's it.

Andy: Yes, you have my consent.


There you go. Good, good.

Next, we'll be combing
through your hair

and collecting samples.

Do you consent?

Andy, do you want us to stop?

No, sorry. Yes. Yes, I consent.

Travis: I mean, it
was beyond disastrous.

It was like a
dinner party hosted

by Medea and the
Real Housewives.

Oof. That does sound bad.

And who were you?

Hm? What do you mean?

Which housewife?

No, man. I was the
child baked into a pie.

What? Medea! The myth!

She bakes her children
into a... Never mind.

The point is, I
was an innocent...

I mean, I'm not a housewife.

Okay, fine. I might
have called Dixon Sr.

A mediocre company man and said,

"Even your own son
hates you." There it is.

I mean, how could I
not say something?

By not saying anything.

No, man.

People like Dixon, they
never get called out

for being scumbags.

They're just failing
their way upwards.

And you thought you were
gonna change all that

by calling out your boyfriend's
father on his birthday?


And okay, fine. I'm Lisa Rinna.

Hey, there he is.

Here I am. Hey, Maddox.

I'm sorry about 23, man.

Aw, yeah, you seem really
broken up about it.

Well, we're not excited
about having to service

an extra district, trust me.

Yeah, well, you can
thank her for that one.

I guess, uh, Andy talked
to Chief Ross about

the problems at 23, and, uh

then we were closed.

So you think Andy's
the reason 23 closed?

Well, you know what they say.

If it walks like a duck

and it throws you under the
bus like a duck, then...

we're gonna probably head out

'cause one of us is probably
about to puke, so...

Oh, no. Please, stay.

I know she's not the
reason we closed.

It's just...

We're pretty tight, and if
she knew this was coming,

it would have been nice
to have gotten a heads up

or something.

Yeah, well, she was
the captain, you know?

That's a hard role to be in.

Y-You can't talk to your
friends about everything.

Damn. You're right.

I mean, it's been a while.

I haven't thought about
that part of the job.

"I'm not here to make friends."

That's me. I'm practicing
my Housewife catchphrase.


Taryn: One blood sample
will come with me to be run

at Grey-Sloan, and then
the other will be sealed up

in the kit with everything else

and handed off to law
enforcement. Andy: Okay.

Carina: And everything will
be added to a statement

to support your account
of what happened tonight.

Okay, thank you.

Take care.Thanks.

I feel like my body
is a crime scene.

Oh, I can't imagine
that feels good.


But I'm glad we got the data.

Yeah. Easy to accuse
a woman of lying.

Not so easy to accuse DNA.


I just keep... I
keep replaying it.

I was... I kissed him.

I... We were flirting all night.

I was drinking a lot.

Andy, you can change
your mind at any point.

Even after flirting or kissing,

even after you're naked in bed,

consent is an
ongoing negotiation.

It's not a contract
that you're locked into.

That's just false.
It's absolutely false.

The worst part is,
I really liked him.

We were having fun. It...

He was the kind of person I
could see myself dating, even,


And then a switch
flipped or something.

He... He changed.

He was a complete
different person.

And now I'm here,
hoping that I...

That I
really hurt him.

Is that bad?

Oh, no. I hope
you hurt him, too.

Is there anything
I can do for you?

As a friend or as a doctor?

Please tell me I can shower.

You can shower.


Thank you.

Elena: Okay, Pruitt,
you know what?

Yes, I'm not mother of the year.

I just want her to know
that she can defend herself.

You know exactly
what happened to me.

I just wish that I
would have had someone

who taught me this
kind of thing.

Pruitt, you accuse me for
not being there for her,

and then you shut me
down when I try to...

No. No, no, we're not done.

Don't hang up the phone on me.




What the hell is going on?

It's been over an hour.

Maybe they took
him into surgery.

He could have a brain
bleed. Vic: Oh, God.

Look, we did
everything we could.

It's out of our hands now.

This is not gonna look good.

Legally. Or socially.

I mean, any woman knows they
call you a bitch or a tease

before anyone even
knows the details.

hey. What happened?

He blew a pupil and went into
acute respiratory distress,

lost all oxygenation,
and then his vitals.

Valiant efforts,
everyone, but there...

There just was no way
he was gonna make it.

I'm sorry.

Yes! Pool shark!

Look who's winning?

How are you beating me?

I think it's 'cause I have
more upper body strength.

Dude, that is not
even a little bit true

or relevant to any of this.

Yes, thank you. Another one.

Come on. No, I cannot
do another one.

A toast. Well, if it's
for a toast, then...

To the end of 23

and the end of Emmis.


It's what Vic and I used
to call you and Emmett.

Emmett and I used
to call you and Vic "Thicc".


Oh, speak of the devil. Thicc!

Speak of the devil! Yes!


Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on.

Slow down.

What happened?

Can I help you?

This is Detective Chen.
I'm Detective Berarducci.

We're here to talk to
a Mrs. Andy Herrera.

Captain Andy Herrera.

Right. Can we
speak to her, then?

Two officers already took
her statement from tonight.

We need to speak with
her directly. Please.

You're not from SVU?


Has anybody... told her yet?


Andy, hey.

The guy, J-Jeremy...

Listen to me, there's a
number for a defense attorney.

Talk to him, okay?

Andy, did you hear what I said?

Do not talk to the cops.

Yeah. Okay?


Berarducci: So you were
standing over his body

and you could tell that
he was in distress.

No, I just... I ran.

I ran here and told the Station
19 paramedics, who responded.

Well, the last report
states you don't remember

how you got here.
No, I remember.

I-I ran here because
this is my old station.

And the paramedics, your
friends and ex-husband,

they knew that this
person had assaulted you?

The person that they were
about to medically treat?

Yes, but... they're

They would never alter treatment
for something like that.

Look, I-I know I-I don't
have to talk to you.

I've actually been advised
not to talk to you, but

in good faith, I'm here
to help in any way I can.

You're from Precinct 34, right?

Our teams have worked
together many times.

I'm a firefighter
and a paramedic.

You said yourself, you
saw that he, Jeremy,

was in medical
distress and you ran.

If this is true, why didn't
you call the paramedics

from the parking lot right away

when you saw that
he was in distress?

I had just been attacked.

I-I was scared,
and... and again...

You were still scared
after he was on the ground?

Was he still a danger to you?

Well, I wasn't gonna
stand around to find out.

But as a paramedic, you
knew, or should have known

the signs of airway closure,
and could have performed

an immediate, life-saving procedure, right? No,
I-I wasn't... I wasn't a paramedic in that moment.

I was a woman who had
just been attacked.

I-I defended myself, and I ran.

That's it.

Uh, am... am I allowed to
have an advocate here with me?

I'm sorry. No.


Because I'm... Because
I'm not a victim anymore.

Because I'm a suspect.

I am not... I am not a criminal.

I-I was attacked tonight.

Alright? That's it. I...

No more questions.
No more statements.

If you need more from me,
you can contact my lawyer.

Uh, ma'am, I wouldn't advise...

It's not "ma'am,"
it's Captain Herrera.

It's just easier to get this
settled without lawyers.

I said no. You heard what she
said. Get the hell out my station.

We still need statements
from the paramedics

who responded to the scene.

Maya Bishop, Victoria Hughes,
Robert Sullivan, and yourself.

That's fine, but not tonight.
My team's been through enough.

If you want to
interview my team,

put in an official
request with SFD.

Now get out.

Okay, uh, extra toothbrush.

Not even opened,
and uh, toothpaste.

Thanks for letting me stay.

I just didn't want to be alone.

Of course.

Hey, so, uh, you're
Moroccan Mint, right?

Thank you.

- Andy!
- Yo!

- Oh, my God!
- Guys, guys!

We're okay. Andy,
are you alright?

- Are you okay?
- Are you alright?

I-I-I'm okay. I'm...
Are... Are... Are you okay?

I'm good.100%. I'm good.
He's drunk. He's drunk.

You guys, you smell like
a liquor store fire.

We smell? Yousmell.Hi. Hi, baby.

You're the one that smells.

Hey, hey. Volume.

Yeah, shh. I'm drunk.

I... I'm sorry.

You know, if I were there,
you know, I could have...

I would have...

Yeah. Mm!

Okay, clearly, she didn't
need you as backup.

Travis: No, Andy,
seriously, me too.

I would have been
like come here!

get him! Get him!

Ben: Okay. Guys, guys,
guys. Not the time.

This is not what Andy needs right
now. No, no. For real. No, no, no.

I would have
drop-kicked his ass.


I would have been
right there beside him!

I think this is exactly
what she needs right now.

Get him. Get him. Get him.

Oh, my God!

What is that move?


I shouldn't be laughing.

I-It's not funny.
It's not funny.

It's not...

It's not funny.

Is she okay?

Uh, not really, no.

Come on!

No, stop it!

Please don't ask me if I'm okay.

Oh, I wouldn't dare.

I've seen what you
can do to a windpipe.

My mother was the
one who insisted

that I take
self-defense classes.

Nothing official, just...

Snuffy would teach me
every day after school.

Like, for years, up until
I graduated high school.

I'm glad she did.

Who knows what
would have happened

if you didn't have
that muscle memory.


Elena: Life isn't fair, mija.

You should know that by now.

You'll figure it out eventually.

You keep learning from
Uncle Snuffy, okay?


Promise me that you'll
get really good at it

and really strong.

Look at me.


I promise.


I think something
happened to her.

Like an assault or something.

She taught me to
hit the guy back,

because maybe sh...
Maybe she couldn't.

If you could do it over,
would you do it differently?



Because he's the bad guy.

You're not.

He's the bad guy.

Okay, true, technically,
I did offer first,

but you know me.

I-I say things all the
time without thinking.

And then you asked, you
know, officially asked,

and it became real.

And this thing with Andy,
you know, i-it made me think.

You know, my childhood was
hard a-and full of loneliness

and pain, and, you know,
t-to help make a life?

You know, a little
me out in the world?

How could you do that and
not want to b-be there

to... to protect them and...
And teach them and, you know,

leave them some kind of legacy?

I'm not saying that
that's what you want.

I'm just saying that, you
know, i-it'd be hard for me to,

like, compartmentalize.

I read this article,
right, about how, you know,

compartmentalization is key
for these kind of things.

Yes, I read articles. Thank you.

I'm just saying, I'm not sure I
could separate myself, you know?

I'd want to be involved.
Especially after last night.

We don't want

No, we want... we want
this to be someone we know

because we do want the
donor in the baby's life.

Really? Yeah.

So I'd be like... Uncle Jack?

Yes, and they would
know who their donor is.

I mean, you'd have
a special bond.

Maybe I can teach them
to roll hoses and stuff?

Sure, when they're a teenager.

Or, you know, like 5 or 6.


Is... Is that a yes?

I think so. Yes.

Are you sure? Mm.

Look, last night, it
was my call to make,

so if you want to write
me up, just do it.

This is much bigger than me
writing you up, Sullivan.

You openly defied my
leadership by challenging

my integrity in front
of my team and my chief,

and you openly defied
my orders last night.

I am your captain, so
when you challenge me,

you're fracturing the
team and you're putting

everyone else at risk.

Oh, come on.

This is not about
safety, and you know it.

This is about you and me.

You really want to have a
pissing contest with me?

Is that what we're doing?
It's not really a contest

when one person has the
power to transfer the other.

Transfer me, then.

Nah, it wouldn't look good if
I'm gonna pursue a lawsuit.

You're gonna sue me? For what?


Okay.Slander. Collusion.

Could be a knock-down,
drag-out kind of deal.

Ah, this is how
you guys fail up.

Maybe I'll just make
a little media circus

around your
illegitimate promotion.

I know you like the
spotlight, Fire Zaddy.

It wouldn't look good
for Ross, would it?

Sabotaging the career of
the first female fire chief?

Go ahead, hit me.

I know you want to.

Assaulting a commanding
officer would fit really nicely

with stolen narcotics charges.

Did you know I was a Marine?

Scout sniper.

I could sit and wait
for my mark to relax,

let their guard down.

Sometimes it would take hours.

Sometimes weeks,

I learned how to read a
man from 100 yards away,

and I could tell by the
way he moved his shoulders

or... or cleared his
throat if it was time.

I'm saying, I'm the most
patient man you will ever meet,

and I don't ever lose.

May be worth considering

before you make your next move.

Man, I need a pot of coffee.

Yeah, I bet you do.

How much did you guys
actually drink last night?

We drank all of it.
Uh, too much. Too much.

You dummies.

You okay?

Yeah, I just can't stop
thinking if I had just stayed...

Why did I leave her
with that guy, you know?

If I were there, maybe...

No, you cannot play
that hypothetical game.

Man, it'll wreck you.

Vic: And I get that
you feel guilty,

but, you know, Andy
handled herself.

She didn't need
saving last night,

and she doesn't need saving now.

What she needs is a friend,
and we can be that for her.

And pancakes. She
needs pancakes, right?

What are you guys smiling about?

Nothing. Um

just excited for diner food.

Oh, okay. Yeah, are we
going to the one on Oak?

No, we're going to
the one on Mills,

'cause they have better bacon.

Mm. Ooh, see, I-I
was gonna go home,

but now I think I
need that bacon.

So, where are we going?

Mills. Oak Street.

Still deciding.

Travis: Decide quieter, please.

Wait, did you say
bacon? Ben: Oh, yeah.

What are you doing back here?

Andrea Herrera, we
have been issued

a warrant for your arrest.

- Her what?
- Wait. What?

What are you talking about?

We know you've
been through a lot.

We aren't gonna cuff you, but you
do need to come down the station.

She was attacked. Okay, we're gonna
call your lawyer. It's gonna be okay.

It was self-defense.

And I'm sure the judge will
see it that way, but right now,

we need to do due process.

Oh, due process, my
ass. Andy: It's okay.

It's okay. Guys, it's okay. It's
okay, I'll go. Ben: Andy, Andy.

Andy. It's okay. It's okay.

Berarducci: Andrea Herrera, you
have the right to remain silent.

Anything you say can and
will be used against you.