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Great JOB! I actually loved the Chloe/shooting scene the most too. It was stunning and haunting all in one.
Biggest shocker for me was the use of Celery in finding out who the suspect was!! Loved it but I did not see it coming.


Fav scene: The shooting sequence in the park. Ollie's relationship talk with Gail is a close second.

Dov needs to hear Chloe out, unlike how he reacted to the bi-polar meds situation. Then he should decide whether to fight.

Andy's right that Marlo was the trigger. But no one is really to "blame" other than Ford, just like no one was truly to blame for Jerry, other than Perik.

I'm with everyone else who thinks Andy is NOT serious about Nick. But how Sam will react before the shooting is anyone's guess. He BETTER freaking fight for Andy next season though, or I will be beyond pissed off at the writers. Sam being passive for one reason or another is old news. They really have to make him do something different now. The shooting gives them the perfect chance to allow a big turnaround for Sam.

Unfortunately, I was spoiled about all the big events, but I'd still say Chloe's hubby showing up was the biggest shock.


What was your favorite scene from the episode?
Chloe getting shot!

Should Dov fight for Chloe?

Is Andy right? Is Kevin Ford targeting 15 Division Marlo's fault?
Yes and no, he is a bad guy and I think anything would have sent him over the edge but Marlo did a lot to fuel the fire.

Now that Sam knows how serious Andy and Nick are, will he do anything about it?
IF it is true and he is shot next week I think he will confess to Andy that he loves her and really want to make a relationship between them last!

Biggest shocker: Chloe has a husband, Gail kissing Holly, Chloe getting shot or Andy kissing Nick in the middle of the Division?
Chloe having a husband!


Leave Joel alone. Just because you people are LGBT does not mean that everyone has to be in agreement. I too am disappointed. It's the same thing they did with Mistresses. Joss is straight yet they had her in a relationship with a woman. They've gone back to her being straight gain. Now Rookie Blue is doing the same thing. Maybe if they had started Gail as a lesbian I might have said, well ok can't get away from it. But she is straight and I hate the flip in character. I feel the same as Joel and we should be free to feel that way without being called names by those who don't have a problem with the gay lifestyle.


I'm curious @joel, where do you live that you never encounter gays or lesbians?? RB is a realistic portrayal of life in a large city, Toronto. If the kiss bothers you, close your eyes for 10 seconds. Jeesh.


Wow, that's homophobic. I think it's about time RB has a same-sex relationship. Many fans are LGBT.

I loved the intense scenes of Chloe and then Oliver/Gail getting shot at. RB brings out the intense scenes brilliantly. Biggest shock is Chloe having a husband. It's ironic the most outspoken person has a secret of her own. And, uh, since when are Nick and Andy serious? Chloe said they're friends with benefits and Andy couldn't even admit she was even seeing Nick. Plus, Chloe doesn't know the Sam/Andy dynamic. It will take something serious for Sam to admit feelings I sense. Nothing is ever easy for Sam and Andy.


Two people lof the same sex love each other. Is that more uncomfortable than watching someone get shot? If so, you may wish to consider why?
What you describe is the same thing society used to say about a black person kissing a white person. All rooted inn phobias and myths.


^ wow dude. Get over it


Guess this'll be the last of Rookie Blue for us.
We were hoping the gay/lesbian aspects would NOT show up
on at least one show we like..otherwise we love you guys.

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