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The fourth season of this film ended very dramatic. During the final episode Sam was shot, which made Andy run to his side and spil her heart out. But as the executive producer of Rookie Blue Tassie Cameron told, this didn't mean that Andy and Nick are finished and never would appear.
Cameron also told, that Sam wouldn't die. What about Andy, she revelaed, that this doesn't mean she chose Sam over Nick. As Cameron told there is a lot of unfinished business in that reationships, What about Nick he wants the best for Andy even if she isn't with him. And what will happen? Some viewers like Nick, some of them Sam. Who will be Andy's chose? But the show is not only about Andy/Nick/Sam relations.
Gail introduced Holly to Chris and her brother. And Gail also has to do a lot of ahead.
Chloe's husband shows up revealed that they never divorced. This is also shocking...
But we don't run ahead... You'll see what will happen in the fifth season, which will begin on May 9. The show is promising to be interesting, unexpected and unbelievable, The end will shock the lovers of the Rookie Blue. So don't miss even an episode. Every minute is really interesting and fantastic. Tassie Cameron has promised a facinating serial.
Rookie Blue season 5 episodes list:
In the wake of Frank Best's dismissal, Inspector Jarvis promotes a reluctant Oliver to Acting Staff Sergeant. Today is also the day 15 Division gets a new rookie, Duncan Moore - an infuriating, eager, and connected millennial. Andy is up for the challenge and convinces Oliver to make her Duncan's Training Officer. But she may have acted too quickly. When Andy and Duncan end up as the first responders on a messy downtown homicide at a pawnshop, Andy has to try to show Duncan the ropes, while preventing him from compromising the case, himself, and his fellow officers. Meanwhile, Sam's sister, Sarah, is ready to leave his bedside, but not until she gives Andy some harsh and cautionary words about what to expect in the long run with Sam.
In the wake of Frank Best's dismissal, Inspector Jarvis promotes a reluctant Oliver to Acting Staff Sergeant. Today is also the day 15 Division gets a new rookie, Duncan Moore—an infuriating, eager, and connected millennial. Andy is up for the challenge and convinces Oliver to make her Duncan's Training Officer. But she may have acted too quickly… When Andy and Duncan end up as the first responders on a messy downtown homicide at a pawnshop, Andy has to try to show Duncan the ropes, while preventing him from compromising the case, himself, and his fellow officers.
On the agenda for the day is 'Project Accountability' - a citywide operation to seize all "proceeds of crime" - then get to Fite Nite. The officers of 15 Division are assigned to seize items purchased with money earned illegally - a task no one is excited about. Andy and Nick are sent to an illegal gambling house - which turns out to still be in operation - and they dutifully arrest the homeowner. But after a confession that seems too good to be true, Andy recruits Sam to help her get to the bottom of what's really going on.
Andy worries that her rookie, Duncan, may not have what it takes to succeed on the job. But her fears get pushed aside when they discover a man found shot in a stairwell at a dodgy apartment building - leading to the discovery of an executed gang leader in a nearby apartment. Now, it's all hands on deck at 15 Division to stop a potential gang war from breaking out. Andy and Duncan find themselves alone with the one witness who can tie the killers to the crime, and in a life-and-death moment with a 12-year old witness, Andy may regret giving her rookie so many chances. Meanwhile, Gail follows up on another victim of the tenement shootings - a woman that took a stray bullet in the laundry room - only to make a harrowing discovery that will shake Gail to her core.
After tracking a handgun found at a frat house brawl, 15 Division decides to go undercover at the club-land bar that's supplying the illegal handguns. During the undercover operation, Dov can't help but notice Chris's jumpy, nervous behavior - and when Chris goes to extreme lengths to ensure a specific drug dealer walks away without charge, Dov is left wondering just what exactly is going on with his friend. Meanwhile, Andy is devastated to learn that allegations made by her flamed-out rookie, Duncan, means she has to sit out the night's activities. Andy offers to help Sam with his missing person's case, which then takes a dark and unfortunate turn.
After the grim discovery of a missing man's body in the trunk of his car, 15 Division must try to find out what happened to Brian Gowdy - a high school teacher with no apparent enemies. While trying to track down their prime suspect, Andy and Sam go on the road to interview a list of prison inmates, leading them to someone with a surprising connection to Sam. Meanwhile, back at 15 Division, Traci leads the investigation and realizes they may have the wrong suspect.
Despite a generous offer from Inspector John Jarvis, Oliver isn't interested in extending his contract as Acting Staff Sergeant. He's thrilled to be going back to the street. But Oliver's day takes a serious turn for the worse when his daughter Izzy shows up unannounced at the station, and when he learns Professional Standards is arriving early for Duncan's dismissal hearing. Oliver and Andy do some crash-course prep, but both are rendered speechless when Duncan presents incriminating new evidence against Andy. Cornered, Oliver finds himself making the exact kind of professional deal he never thought he would be capable of making.
Following Dov's discovery of Chris's cocaine problem, Chris seems to have gotten back on the right track. But while working a residential home invasion case, Dov realizes that Chris might not be ready to change after all. Meanwhile, back at the station, Steve informs Traci that he's about to raid an illegal gambling den where her ex-husband is a regular. Both Traci and Dov must make decisions that will greatly affect the people closest to them.
The officers of 15 Division have been assigned a thankless task: "helping" tenants move out of a condemned subsidized-housing complex and into a neighboring building. While checking on an empty unit, Andy and Chloe find a man who has been tortured and beaten unconscious, leading to the discovery of a ruthless criminal operation. Meanwhile, Nick and Gail arrest a pair of teenage siblings with secrets of their own, forcing Nick to divulge some of the darker truths of his own past.
With a car-bomber still on the loose, the officers of 15 Division work frantically to track down the suspect while trying to figure out if more bombs have been planted around the city. Just when it feels like the worst is over, a bomb goes off in the evidence room of the station - with Andy McNally inside. But the violence - and the surprises - aren't over, leaving Sam Swarek dumbfounded.
Following Dov's discovery of Chris's cocaine problem, Chris seems to have gotten on the right track. He's going to meetings, he's clean as a whistle—and he sure as hell doesn't need a babysitter. But while working a residential home invasion case, Dov discovers that Chris might not be ready to change after all. Back at the station, Steve lets Traci know that he is about to raid an illegal poker house where her ex, Dex, is a regular. With Traci's custody battle heating up, she knows Dex's arrest would end it once and for all; but does she really want Leo's father to end up in prison?
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