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Open Caption: Red, White, and Rookie Blue

Well, it appears as though the holiday is over. Summer is officially in full-swing. Dare I suggest it's almost half way over? Yeesh. Let's lighten the mood by taking a look at the winners from Tuesday's contest:


From Yaspaa:

Blake: "Dude, say it don't spray it."


From isakura:

Adam: "I kinda look like Dexter."
Blake: "So did I just kill your mom?"


From qbe_64:
Blake: "Remember in Lord of the Flies when they all killed the pig?"
Adam: "No, I can't read."



Today's Image: Rookie Blue

Let's just keep this patriotic theme going, okay? This show's got "Blue" in the title and it's about cops. How much more American can you get? In tonight's episode, "Messy Houses," Andy responds to a domestic abuse case and runs into her estranged mother, the social worker who was called onto the scene. Not exactly the family reunion she was expecting. Meanwhile, Detective Barber's recovered weaponry mysteriously winds up back on the streets, and Sam, Chris, Nick, and Gail go on a hunt to find a missing mother and her two kids. In the still below, Chris attempts to calm the nerves of a live wire. Who's afraid of who here? Post your best caption ideas in the comments!



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Sir, I don't care if she's only this tall, you can't be doing that in the street.
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Officer, if you don't take your hands off my invisible children's heads, I'll throw this invisible barbell at you.
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Live wire: Watch it, man! This isn't the airport and you aren't the TSA!
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Chris: "I think both you and your jacket have went on enough acid trips together."
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Chris: "Let me get this straight. You'll come in quietly if I play patty cake with you? Well, okay."
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Chris (thinking): "I hate arresting mimes. We can never get them to talk."
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Chris: "Sir, I canNOT give you 10... not even a high-five... until you zip up."
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Chris: Sir, I seriously thought you had a gun in there. My bad.

Man: Oh, no... I'm not complaining! Have at it.
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"Sir, I said I was going for your 'junk' as in the DRUGS in your pocket! Don't expect or read anything else into it."
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L: I'm pretty, but you still have to respect the BLEEPING law and this gun full of blanks, cause I will BLEEP you up.



R: Dude, its not Southland on network tv.



L: No more self editing? I can curse! @$%#%$ yeah... What just happened?



R: You're a Canadian cop, you can't even be impolite.
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Sir it isn't aboot you jay walking, it is aboot upholding the law, it is aboot respecting the badge which I wear, it is aboot doing right and doing wrong.



Civilian, I will give myself up if you can say about.
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Chris: " Look I am really sorry, but I need you to put your hands down, sorry about this"

Man: "I am sorry, so very sorry but I can't, sorry...
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So I hate to point this out but Rookie Blue is set in CANADA... Toronto to be specific so your colour scheme wouldn't be red, white and blue. It should be just red and white.
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Sir, all I'm saying is: if you're not drunk you should be able to count to eleven without visual prompts...
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For the last time, I am not strip searching you.
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Live Wire: I see. I put my hands... on... on my head. Like this?

(Rips of skin and becomes a giant cockroach from space)
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Civilian: So, what's the next move to the macarena?
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Chris: Sir your fly is down.

Man: So what if my fly is down?!?! Its not illegal!!
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Neighborhood Slapsies Competition: Chris - 0, Live wire - 7
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Chris: "Calm down! I'm not the stripper from your wives bachelorette party."
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Hey, go ahead Officer, I've tried everything but I can't get the damn chicken off it.
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Chris: Sir, please calm down. Slowly put the bath salts on the ground and slide them towards me.
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I like you Officer but only as friends
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You can put your hands down sir, I am Canadian, I'm here to help.
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Man: "I don't believe it!"

Chris: "Calm down, sir! Canadian cops also wear blue uniforms. You're just going to have to accept that."
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Chris: Dude calm down, I'm not the fashion police!
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Yep nothing is more American than a Canadian cop show set in Toronto. You don't have to watch the show but it's pretty common knowledge that this show isn't American. Also, I'm pretty sure they have cops basically everywhere.
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<> Yeah, nothing makes someone feel more American than the red and white flag with a maple leaf . Gosh, do you get any information at all about the shows you're reviewing? And are there cops only in the United States?
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It's not a review, and she's trying to give us as many shows to caption as possible. I had no idea where this show was made or took place. I don't watch it. Does that mean I can't offer up a caption?

I think it can only be looked at at a positive thing that Ms. Killian doesn't watch EVERY single television show in existence.
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Yes, technically it's not a review, not that this is an important detail, is it? And I don't expect the reviewer/captioner master/whatever to know about all shows in existence, just the ones they are working with. A quick fact checking would solve that. And you didn't know it because it's not your job to know it.
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Called out! I apologize for the confusion, and never meant to suggest that the show didn't take place in Canada. I was just making mindless word associations. Blue, cops, America. Fourth of July. I do understand how it read as if I was implying that it took place in the US, though. It is something I will keep in mind moving forward!



And BDRegan, I appreciate your understanding! Onward and upward.
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I'm just going to place my hands on your waist and we can rock back and forth together until you calm down. That's how you resolve a conflict in Canada!
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Chris: "Stop! Hammer time..."

Man: "You can't touch this."
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Chris : Calm Down Sir , Or by law i am force to tickle you

man : dont you mean " taser me " ?

Chris : no , they changed the law in Canada
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Chris: "Raise the roof?" Wait, is that some sort of new street-slang? We talking drugs or guns here?
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Chris: Okay, let's just take it easy, we can talk this out.



Gail (off screen): Do as he says or I'll taser your ass!



Chris: She'll do it, too.
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Chris: No, no, no. You gotta put 'em up higher. It has to look like a "Y". Damn... I'm never going to find a replacement construction worker for the group.
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Livewire: Does this look like a Q?



Chris: Please zip up your pants sir.



Livewire: How about now?
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Chris: "Dude, just chill, nobody took your Lucky Charms."
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"Let's just keep this patriotic theme going, okay? This show's got "Blue" in the title and it's about cops. How much more American can you get? "



Considering this is a (great!) Canadian show about Canadian cops, quite a lot.
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So what you're telling me is... Canada has cops?! You don't all just... get along? My mind is shattering.



But seriously, I DO apologize for my confusion/poor choice of word association, and I go into more apologetic detail about this in today's Open Caption. I'm not worthy!
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Fine, then let's switch it to Flashpoint. Cops with tactical weapons, how much more American can you get



/sarcasm, I know it's Canadian too
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Chris: Sir, I'm going to need you to calm down. That is NOT how you do the macarena.
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