Third Watch

Season 1 Episode 18

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 10, 2000 on NBC
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Yokas continues to have marital difficulties with Fred and, when she meets up with an old flame at the scene of a car accident, she finds herself very tempted to accept his invitation to meet him in his hotel room to catch up on old times. Doc's dad ends up in intensive care leaving Doc with some hard decisions. A perp accuses 'Candyman' of stealing money from him when he arrested him. Davis believes the criminal and is not sure how he is going to answer IAB's questions about what happened, even though he didn't see anything happen. The police station takes on the fire station in a basketball game.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Coby Bell

    Coby Bell

    Ty Davis Jr.

    Michael Beach

    Michael Beach

    Doc Parker (Episodes 1-103)

    Bobby Cannavale

    Bobby Cannavale

    Bobby Caffey (Episodes 1-38)

    Eddie Cibrian

    Eddie Cibrian

    Jimmy Doherty (Episodes 1-101)

    Molly Price

    Molly Price

    Officer (Now Detective) Faith Yokas

    Kim Raver

    Kim Raver

    Kim Zambrano (Episodes 1-111)

    David Fonteno

    David Fonteno

    Capt. Haynes

    Guest Star

    Andre Canty

    Andre Canty

    Clayton

    Guest Star

    Peter Rini

    Peter Rini

    Charlie Green

    Guest Star

    Lisa Vidal

    Lisa Vidal

    Sarah Morales

    Recurring Role

    Chris Bauer

    Chris Bauer

    Fred Yokas

    Recurring Role

    Wendell Pierce

    Wendell Pierce

    Conrad "Candyman" Jones

    Recurring Role

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      • Sully: We're bound to win the cup this year with you playing. Fire's won it three years in a row and I'm sick of their crowin'.
        Davis: I'm tellin' you, I'm not that good.
        Sully: I've seen you play.
        Davis: When?
        Sully: When your dad was coachin'.
        Davis: I was 12.
        Sully: Raw talent doesn't go away.

      • Faith: Where we goin'?
        Bosco: Nicole set some clothes aside for me.
        Faith: What is she dressin' you now?
        Bosco: Hey, they're freebies.
        Faith: You better watch it, Bosco. Charm school will be next. (laughs)

      • Bosco: Yep, those boys in blue are gonna bring the Camelot cup back where it belongs tonight.
        Faith: I wouldn't be too cocky, Bos. The fireman beat us last year, 60-45.
        Sully: Yeah, but that was before our secret weapon, 6 foot 4, Tyrone Davis!
        Davis: Oh, no, I'm not that good.
        Bosco: Yeah elbows are gonna be flyin' tonight with Davis at center and me at point guard. We're gonna kick some bucket boy ass!

      • Yokas: Come on Fred. I gotta use the bathroom.
        Fred: I'd give it a few minutes if I were you.
        Yokas: You know, you could at least open a window.

      • Davis: Hey, glad you're doin' alright, man.
        Candy: Better than alright, junior. I got titanium pins, and silastic graft, I'm bionic, baby.

      • Bosco: You got somethin' in your hair.
        Faith: Oh, damn! Damn it! It's puke! (Bosco laughs) Charlie threw up this morning and then I cleaned it up, no help from Fred, and I take a shower and I'm halfway out the door--- surprise. Vesuvius erupts again. Eww.
        Bosco: God, I can't wait to have kids.
        Faith: Oh my God. I can't believe my life has come to this. I cannot believe I can walk around half the day and nobody even notices that I have puke in my hair.

      • (about the guy stuck in the machine)
        Jimmy: He doesn't want to lose his leg.
        Kim: Nobody wants to lose their legs.
        Jimmy: It's his choice, you heard what he said.
        Bobby: Jimmy, he'll die!
        Jimmy: Maybe he'd prefer that.

      • (At Nicole's clothing shop, Nicole is trying to give Faith clothes)
        Bosco: Faith, live a little.
        Faith: I'm living fine, Bos.

      • Carlos: What's the problem partner?
        Chet: I tied one on last night and I got a headache I can't shake.
        Carlos: Well, there's a screwdriver in your head.
        Chet: Yes sir, I noticed that.

      • Doc (about Chet): There's a Darwin award candidate.
        Carlos: A what?
        Doc: Well, Darwinism in action-- God's way of thinning the herd.
        Carlos: Oh, right. Yeah, he's got my vote.

      • Yokas: So, you have a family?
        Charlie: Uh, divorced.
        Yokas: Sorry.
        Charlie: You wouldn't be if you met my ex-wife.

      • Charlie: Never hugged anyone in a bulletproof vest before.
        Yokas: It's your loss.

      • Bosco (after Charlie and Faith bump into each other): Hey you should wear that vest, but you should bring the cuffs.
        Faith: What are you talkin' about?
        Bosco: Oh, he wanted to do some catchin' up, alright.
        Faith: Bosco, not everything is about sex.
        Bosco: You've been married so long you don't even know when somebody's coming on to you.

      • Bosco: There was this sergeant, Stevens, remember him Sully?
        Sully: Kenny Stevens, yeah.
        Bosco: Guy used to write up everybody for nothing--- no hat, taking a nap. Well, he was out there by himself one night getting the holy hell beat out of him. Put out a 10-13, nobody heard it. Know what he said when he got out of the hospital? "Point taken."
        Davis: So, what? You threatening me?
        Bosco: No, Davis. I'm educating you.

      • Davis: You think that pimp's gonna be safe in lockup over night?
        Sully: Would you stop? It was a $200 beef. The sock filled with pennies only comes out for a grand or more.
        Davis: Ah, so, you think it's funny. What about that cop who worked over at the 96?
        Sully: Doesn't Candy deserve the same rights as any skel on the street?
        Davis: If it was two perps, we would've checked the pockets, probable cause, end of story.
        Sully: But it wasn't two perps. It was a pimp with a rap sheet a mile long, and a cop with 23 years on the job.
        Davis: So what? Doesn't mean that I'm lookin' away again the next time he commits a crime right in front of my face.

      • Candy: So word has it you're gonna support this pimp with IAB.
        Davis: Well, I'm not gonna say I saw somethin', 'cause I didn't. But if they ask, I'm gonna say that no one did anything about his accusation.
        Candy: So what do you wanna do? A cavity search?
        Davis: Did you take the money?
        Candy: Even if I said 'no', you wouldn't believe me. Now, you don't see pimps or dealers like Red working the street when I'm on my beat. You know why?
        Davis: Yeah. They're afraid of getting rolled.
        Candy: If I arrest them, they're back on the corner before I finish my paper work. So I give them a beating and a shaking and whatever falls out is mine. It almost evens out the fact that I net 32.5 a year, I drive a ten year old ford and I have two kids in a one bedroom apartment.
        Davis: So is that the little story that you tell yourself to justify being a theif?
        Candy: How far are you going to go to prove that you are not your father's son?
        Davis: This has nothing to do with my dad. Did you take that pimps money or not?
        Candy: When, huh? The bastard was wrestling me! It's none of your damn business, kid.
        Davis: I don't see things that way.
        Candy: Talk to me in a few years.
        Davis: I'm never gonna be like you, Candy.
        Candy: Give it time, junior. Give it time!

      • Doc: People don't wake up in the morning and say "this is the day I'm gonna die" and then a bullet finds them or an aneurysm blows or they get hit by a bus and they're gone!
        Morlas: Babe, you can't worry about that your whole life.

      • Faith (on the phone with Fred): Yes, I'll take my shoes off. Okay, bye. (hangs up, to Bosco) I clomp too loudly for Fred.

      • Bosco (throwing wads of paper into the trash can, he keeps making it): I am so hot tonight. I'm even amazing myself.

      • Davis: Can I ask you somethin'?
        Faith: Sure.
        Davis: I shoot somebody, and everybody says it's okay, and I'm justified. But I feel like crap, you know? Now, I'm tryin' to get this bad cop off the street and some how I'm wrong.
        Faith: I say know your job, do your job. I see things I don't like, sure. But I'm not riskin' my kids future over it.
        Davis: And what about the law?
        Faith: There's a long way between the supreme court and the street. You start mixing in human nature and things get muddy.

      • Bosco: Did you bring your money to put where your mouth is?
        Jimmy: What I brought is my game, little fella.

      • Candy (blocks a shot playin' bball): I may be fat and slow, but Candyman got game, baby.

      • Bobby: Whoa, whoa, what are you doin' here?
        Kim: I came to play, what do you think?
        Bobby: I didn't know that you could play.
        Kim: You never asked.
        Bosco: Kim's, FDNY, if she wants to play, she should play
        Bobby: Hey, relax Stuart Little. Since when are you such a suffragette? You don't have any girls on your team.
        Bosco: Hey, man, it's not my fault none of them showed up.

      • Bosco: If this had happened to me in high school, I'd be a better man.
        Nicole: If you were a better man, I'd need to be twins.

      • Faith (watching a couple cross the street): Look at that. God, they're so in love, they can't even get across the street without kissin'.
        Bosco: Yeah, they're probably married to other people and don't have a room. (Faith glares at him) What? Marriage is the death of sex.
        Faith: And you would know that because?
        Bosco: Hey, that's what you tell me.
        Faith: Bos, Fred and I are very comfortable with each other. We love our kids, we're okay finacially... Everybody's healthy. I don't know, maybe I'm just being selfish wantin' romance, too.
        Bosco: Hey, you want romance? Meet that guy from high school at the Chase tonight.
        Faith: Bos, what do you know about romance? I mean, your idea of foreplay is like finding a dark place to park.
        Bosco: I know without mystery and romance the soul withers and the heart turns to stone.
        Faith: What, are you quoting Shakespeare now?
        Bosco: Penthouse. But it's true. It's what keeps the blood pumpin'.

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