The squad investigates a death at an exclusive country club.
Rios is angry that Rusty saw a psychiatrist without anyone telling her.
Flynn is having problems because he let his ex think he's closer to Raydor than he was after he took her to his daughter's wedding.
Meanwhile Flynn is distracted and Rusty questions Emma's intentions.
Rusty said that if he really cared about him being on the streets, not only would have she already made a plea in the Stroh case, she wouldn't be upset that he was seeking medical care for his mental state.
The murder victim's college roommate visits the precinct and the squad speaks with him under the pretense of confidentiality.
One of the suspects is found hiding under his bed and he screams that he is guilty.
The viper ware the original investors were investing in comes through in the end, and the remaining people are poised to make millions.
The original $500,000 that was missing was exchanged for chips in Vegas.
Flynn believes wholeheartedly that the victim's intent was always in the right place with regard to his family. That belief gives him the courage to ask Sharon to go to The Nutcracker, although he asks her without telling her the true nature of his intention.
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