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Season 3 Episode 13

The Shooting

Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 12, 2012 on CTV
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Episode Summary

The Shooting

Michelle's shoots and kills a suspect both she and her father had been pursuing and, when no gun is found on the body or anywhere at the scene, the subsequent Internal Affairs investigation jeopardizes her career.

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  • Good Season Finale

    It seems like we just started with Season 3 and now it's done. I guess that's a 13-week season for you. It took 15 weeks to show and that was only because the Olympic Games got in the way. I like this show and it's done well given how they reinvent it for every season.

    We know one thing will be different and that's Oz' job. Thanks to Sandy, he will no longer be driving an ambulance. That's probably going to be a good thing as it centralizes the show in two places: IIB and the hospital.

    I thought the season started a bit slowly, got better and ended just when it was hitting its stride. I'm looking forward to Season 4.moreless
Melanie Scrofano

Melanie Scrofano

Tia Tremblay

Guest Star

Eugene Lipinski

Eugene Lipinski

Deputy Police Chief Walter Heath

Guest Star

Zoie Palmer

Zoie Palmer

Staff Sgt. McCoy

Guest Star

Tara Spencer-Nairn

Tara Spencer-Nairn

Nurse Sandy Wardwell

Recurring Role

Kris Holden-Ried

Kris Holden-Ried

Adam Reynolds

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Dev: To great cops.
      Michelle: And to great consultants.
      Toby: Oh, no, come on. Great teams.
      Klein: Oh, for God's sakes, let's just drink already.

    • Michelle: Look, I don't want to talk about it. But that's not a problem for you, is it? You know, you can just go into my head. I'm sure Klein has asked you to, right? He probably ordered you to.
      Toby: He didn't, Michelle, all right? If he did, I would refuse. You gotta trust me here. You're doubting yourself. You're second-guessing yourself. We got your back. We're going to get to the bottom of this witch hunt.

    • Klein: (to Michelle) I just covered for you in there and I felt like an idiot!
      Toby: Hey, easy.
      Klein: Stay out of this. The appearance of objectivity, full disclosure that never occurred to you?
      Michelle: I'm sorry, Alvin. I never really picked our cases based on whether or not I could cover your ass! And, for the record, we've worked several cases that you had a personal stake in, and I never once questioned your judgement.

    • Klein: You're trying to imply something. Why don't you just come out and say it?
      McCoy: That you're not in control of your officers, or even aware of their motivations?
      Klein: Excuse me? Michelle picks up one of her father's old cases, and now she's crooked? Do you want character references? I'll give you dozens from people you have to respect.
      McCoy: You know, you might find that you have fewer friends in high places than you thought. Just as soon as the facts come out.

    • Toby: Did you talk to Metro?
      Dev: Yeah, they searched Morgenstern's room. There was no sign of any counterfeit plates or any illegal doings whatsoever.
      Toby: You're kidding. Oh, great, so that means that anonymous tip was crap.
      Dev: Yeah.
      Toby: Michelle's gonna want to eat that guy for breakfast.
      Dev: We've got to find him, serve him up on a platter for her.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Norway - Friday, October 5th, 2012 on FEM at 8:30 PM.

    • Actual Roles from the Program's Credits
      Rebecca Dipasquale (Production Executive for Bell Media)
      Robin Johnston (Production Executive for Bell Media)
      Sally Basmajian (Vice President & General Manager, Comedy & Drama)
      Catherine MacLeod (Vice President, Specialty Channels)
      Corrie Coe (Senior Vice President, Independent Production)
      Rick Brace (President, Revenue and Business Planning)
      Phil King (President of Sports and Executive Vice President of Programming)
      Andrew Macklin (1st Assistant 'B' Camera)
      Mark Tardif (2nd Assistant 'B' Camera)
      Lucy Veale (Business Affairs Coordinator)
      Sarah MacKinnon (Manager, Production Affairs)
      Deb Burgess (Set Buyer)
      Chad Glastonbury (1st Assistant Picture Editor)