Nash Bridges

Season 4 Episode 13

Gimme Shelter

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Jan 15, 1999 on CBS
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Gimme Shelter

The SIU investigate when a group of runaway youths carjack and murder people. They all seem to be tired to a shelter, which is run by an old friend of Harvey's. Joe goes undercover at a department store to clear Maria of shoplifting charges. Caitlin is desperate to meet the host of an art gala, which Nash has tickets too.


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      • (After Caitlin parks her car behind Nash's)
        Nash: Well, that's very cute but not too original.
        Caitlin: I'm not moving until you agree to take me to that preview tonight.
        Joe (laughs): I'll get you two some lunch menus.

      • Caitlin (after Nash left his car parked behind hers): You know, how you can drive that gas-guzzling, smog-spewing, yellow phallic substitute is beyond me anyway.
        Nash: Uh, Joe, what are you and Inger doing tonight? Would you like a couple tickets to the Andrew Story collection?
        Joe: Collection of what?
        Nash: Um, art. It's a preview of his new collection. Yeah, VIP crowd, black-tie, free food.
        Caitlin: Uh, you have tickets to that?
        Nash: Yeah. Right here.
        Joe: Mmm. Thanks, but no thanks. Inger and I are taking Lucia to Telletubbies on parade.
        Nash: Oh, too bad. Do you know anybody who might want these?
        Caitlin: I'll take 'em.
        Nash: Uh, excuse me, but I believe you were the one who just dissed my car.
        Caitlin: Uh, okay. I'll take back the phallic substitute part but it is environmentally unsound. (Nash just looks at her) Fine, fine it's the most wonderful car on the entire planet. (Nash laughs) And, um, you know what? I'll pay you for 'em, okay?
        Nash: Nah, that's okay. I think I'll just use 'em myself. I surely could get somebody to go with me.
        Joe: Hey, I got an idea, why don't you call Laurel over at the mayor's office? I think she's single again.
        Nash: Now, that's a hell of an idea. (starts dialing) That is strong.
        Caitlin: Nash, I really, really have to get into that preview tonight.
        Nash: Nah, you don't want to bother with this. Come on, next week you can see it for free at the Museum of Modern Art.
        Caitlin: I would much prefer to see it tonight.
        Nash (hangs up the phone): Line's busy. Ah, I'll call back. (Caitlin huffs and walks away)

      • Nash: How did your meeting with Mr. Story go?
        Caitlin: Well, he told me that he had no funds available at the moment. Of course, that was after I told him I wouldn't be able to go to Hawaii with him on his B-4-- No, G-5, G-4? Whatever.
        Nash (laughs): Yeah, whatever. Now this may be a stupid question, but what's in Hawaii?
        Caitlin: Uh, a villa on Kauai, private beach, staff of 12, he wanted me to join him for the weekend.
        Nash: Uh huh. It seems like a small price to pay for a good cause. I mean, surely you could fend him off for a weekend.
        Caitlin (laughs): Well, there are a lot of benevolent people in this city that have less demanding requirements. I will get my money. (Nash laughs) I, um, I had a nice time last night. (hands Nash a bottle of wine)
        Nash: Oh, thoughtful. That's very sweet. Yeah, so did I. Surprising, huh?
        Caitlin: Yeah, very.
        Nash: Maybe we should even try it again sometime.
        Caitlin: Well, I still have my rain check.
        Nash: I'll keep an eye on the weather.

      • Harvey: I was just thinking about my girlfriend back at Berkeley. Very pragmatic girl, you know, very, very rational, tough. And we're all sitting in Bobby Shack's dorm room one night, we were all into the anti-war effort, it was really lame at that point and disorganized and they get into a big argument about it. I remember Bobby saying just 'screw it, screw it because it's up to the three of us. We're gonna end the war.' And it was just... I mean, you think about it now, man, it was ludacris, but there was somethin' about him, you know? He made you believe that he had the power to do big things like that. Nash, if somebody had told me 25 years ago that I'd be wearing a badge and I just had to arrest this dude for conspiracy to commit murder, I don't know... But I would've told them that they were stoned or insane or both.
        Nash: What was your girlfriend's name at Berkeley?
        Harvey: Faith. Faith Burnbaum. (they laugh)

      • Nash: I am impressed though.
        Caitlin: Really? With what?
        Nash: With the way you worked him.
        Caitlin: Oh, well, I just ripped a page right out of your book, Nash.

      • Andy: So, you uh work together?
        Caitlin: Oh, yes, yes. At the S.I.U.
        Nash: Yeah, she's been hittin' on me ever since she started, Andy, it's terrible. (Caitlin glares at him)
        Andy: Is this a long term thing or am I just being hopeful?
        Nash: Well, there's nothing wrong with being hopeful.
        Caitlin (laughs): Nash, you're forever the optimist.
        Nash (laughs): Well, you know me. I'm just a people person, Caitlin.
        Andy (hands Caitlin his card): This is my home number. Why don't we meet for breakfast tomorrow and you can tell me more about your organization?
        Caitlin: Oh, great. I'm so looking forward to it.
        Andy: Me, too. Better stay on your toes, Bridges. The gloves are off. (walks off)
        Caitlin: Oh, why do I feel like I've just been slimed?
        Nash: Oh, come on, now. He likes you. He's just somewhat direct about it.

      • Caitlin: Do I look okay?
        Nash: Like I said, very nice dress.
        Caitlin: What does that mean?
        Nash: Um... (overhears a guy checking out Caitlin) That's what I mean.

      • Caitlin: Have you found yourself a date yet?
        Nash: I'm weighing my options.
        Caitlin: Well, that means one or two things. Either you can't get one and you don't want to admit it. (Nash laughs) Or you wouldn't hate going with me.
        Nash: Are you begging, Ms. Cross?
        Caitlin: If I told you it was for a good cause would it make a difference?
        Nash: It might.
        Caitlin: I'm on the San Francisco breast cancer awareness board and I've been trying to pitch this grant proposal to Andrew Story but I can't seem to get passed his secretary.
        Nash: Oh, so, technically this wouldn't be a date, it would be for a good cause.
        Caitlin: Exactly.
        Nash: Oh, okay. Well, since you put it that way, I'm always happy to help out a good cause. I'll pick 'ya up at 7.

      • (After he makes her get off the phone)
        Caitlin: What?
        Nash: Is this your car?
        Caitlin: What?
        Nash: Is this your car?
        Caitlin: Yes.
        Nash: What kinda car is it?
        Caitlin: It's an electric car, Nash. Non-polluting, environmentally friendly car, that goes about 60 miles to every 75 cents of electricity. What about yours?
        Nash (laughs): None of the above. But it's a hell of a lotta fun to drive. Um, we just have one tiny issue here. You're parked in my spot.
        Caitlin: Really? Well I didn't see your name written on it.
        Nash (chuckles): Well you see, my name doesn't need to be written down because everybody knows this is my spot.
        Caitlin: Well, then it's not a big deal so I'm just gonna park right here because I need to be close to the juice.
        Nash: Well, why don't you think about getting an extension cord.
        Caitlin: I have an extension cord, see? And it goes to about right... here.
        Nash: So you're not gonna move?
        Caitlin: Nope.
        Nash: Okay, fine. (he walks away and leaves his car parked behind hers)

      • (After Caitlin accidentally carries a book out of the store)
        Nash (to security guard): Excuse me, SFPD. Is this shoplifter giving you a hard time? Because we've been after her for quite some time. I'll take it from here.
        Guard: She's all yours. (walks away)
        Nash: Ahem.
        Caitlin: Okay, first of all, I was not steal--
        Nash: Uh-uh-uh, anything you say can and will be used against you.
        Caitlin: Really? Coming from you I wouldn't expect anything less.
        Nash: Now is it just the one book? Or should I do a strip search on you.
        Caitlin: Nash, come on. It was an honest mistake. Now let me go and you can go back to your uh, friend.
        Nash: Uh, date. That would be my date. Yeah. I'm willing just to let you go with a warning this time.
        Caitlin: You are just so enjoying this, aren't you?
        Nash: When it comes to you, always. Now don't you be coming back in here and trying to steal anymore books, alright?

      • Evan: Aw, man. The rain's gonna mess up my hair.

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