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Season 6 Episode 9

Sins of the Father

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 19, 2004 on NBC
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Sins of the Father
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Sasha anonymously slips Ty the I.A.B. file on the cover up of his father's death; Faith visits Bosco and lets him know how much she misses having him for a partner; Sully bristles at being partnered with Brendan; Faith learns a hard lesson about good detective work when she lets herself get hoodwinked into acting on prejudice and ill-informed assumptions in arresting an innocent man for the death of a pregnant Muslim teenager; Brendan and Grace decide to start over and take their relationship along slowly; after Ty reaches out to exactly the wrong person in the department's top brass to uncover the truth behind his father's death, Finney sets the stage for letting Ty know about Sasha's I.A.B. assignment and threatens them both if they continue with their investigations; Fred gets custody of Charlie and Emily agrees to live with Faith; Sully pursues his options on coming forward about Ty Sr.'s death; Brendan once again single-handedly rushes to the rescue to prevent a suicide.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Coby Bell

    Coby Bell

    Ty Davis Jr.

    Molly Price

    Molly Price

    Officer (Now Detective) Faith Yokas

    Anthony Ruivivar

    Anthony Ruivivar

    Carlos Nieto

    Skipp Sudduth

    Skipp Sudduth

    John "Sully" Sullivan

    Jason Wiles

    Jason Wiles

    Maurice "Bosco" Boscorelli

    Tia Texada

    Tia Texada

    Maritza Cruz (Episodes 80-132 , recurring previously)

    Daniel Oreskes

    Daniel Oreskes

    Mr. Bukhari

    Guest Star

    James Murtaugh

    James Murtaugh

    Chief McInerney

    Guest Star

    Jacqueline Antaramian

    Jacqueline Antaramian

    Mrs. Bukhari

    Guest Star

    Charles Haid

    Charles Haid

    Cathel T. Finney

    Recurring Role

    Joe Lisi

    Joe Lisi

    Lt. Swersky

    Recurring Role

    Joe Badalucco

    Joe Badalucco

    Jelly Grimaldi

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • After Christopher Hayden flees his house during Jelly and Yokas' return to arrest him, they initiate pursuit. Yokas radios dispatch with the callsign 55-David. 55-David is out of commission in this episode since Davis took a personal day and Det. Monroe is down at IAB. Furthermore, Yokas is not driving a patrol car, so she would likely not have a callsign to begin with. Possible explanation: the producers may have just left it at 55-David since this is the first and presumed only episode where the detectives ever use a callsign.

    • QUOTES (29)

      • Yokas: How's your ma?
        {Bosco makes a talking motion}
        Yokas: No kidding. Right? I've been stuck here listening to her by myself a few times. And I gotta tell you, anybody that would do that more than once is a good friend.

      • {to Yokas about Fred}
        Bosco: He's stupid…Yeah, I mean, he's a jag-off.

      • Yokas: Hey, Fred was no prize. But I think if I lose Emily or Charlie, I think that'll kill me.

      • Yokas: I forgot…how many personal things I tell you. Guess I forgot how much I talk to you. You know? Because you weren't there for me to talk to. I miss you, Bosco.

      • {to Sully}
        Davis: I don't know what's worse – you standing by and doing nothing when they murdered my father or blaming the fact that you didn't do anything about it on my family. You're a coward.

      • Yokas: Anybody go through the knapsack yet?
        Sully: Nobody's disturbed the crime scene since we arrived. It's not my first day, Detective.

      • Yokas: Hey, Sully, you mind going over to Carver High, see if anybody there knows a Talia Buhkari?
        Sully: Sure. We'll try not to screw that up for you.
        Yokas: What's up his ass?
        Jelly: He's disappointed how it turned out.
        Yokas: How what turned out?
        Jelly: Life.

      • Chief: What do you, uh, expect to come from this?
        Davis: I just…I want the truth.

      • Prisoner: I need to see a doctor.
        Carlos: What's wrong?
        Prisoner: I said a doctor. You got your name sewn on your jacket so I'm guessing that means you aren't one.
        Carlos: Care to guess what happens if I don't think you need a doctor?

      • Yokas: I have a daughter myself, Mrs. Bukhari, and I'll--- I'll make sure that they take good care of her.
        Mr. Bukhari: But your daughter's not dead.
        Yokas: No, sir.
        Mr. Bukhari: So you really can't mention her in this context, can you?

      • Jelly: Did your daughter have any problems? With anyone? Any enemies?
        Mr. Bukhari: She's a Muslim living in America. Everybody is her enemy, aren't they?

      • Monroe: So the boyfriend's upstairs. His name's Christopher Hayden.
        Sully: Star quarterback for Carver High.
        Jelly: I hate quarterbacks.
        Sully: Spoken like a true fellow defensive lineman.

      • Mr. Hayden: Is he charged with a crime?
        Jelly: Would you like him to be?

      • Yokas: Did you argue about that? About breaking up?
        Christopher: No.
        Yokas: She was fine with it?
        Christopher: It was mutual.
        Yokas: Really? That's odd, 'cause usually when you're two months pregnant and your boyfriend breaks up with you it doesn't go over so good.

      • {about Christopher's father}
        Jelly: Are you sure we can't find something to lock that kid's father up on? Talk about a loudmouth.

      • {to Finney}
        Grace: I wasn't planning on ignoring you. I wasn't actually planning anything. I just…that day…that whole incident just made me feel so…That guy, he had his hands on me and I couldn't do anything.

      • {to Finney}
        Grace: I just never looked at sex like that before. Like…it could be a weapon. Like it could be used to hurt me.

      • Swersky: You're riding with Finney.
        Sully: No, I'm not.
        Swersky: Davis is on a personal. Monroe is out of commission. What am I running, a nursery? You got a grudge, sort it out.

      • Capt. Finney: Well, you must realize I'm a very busy man.
        Davis: Yeah, yeah, you're setting up cops to be murdered. That must be tough work.

      • Davis: I know what you did to my dad.
        Capt. Finney: You're sadly mistaken, son.
        Davis: I'm not your son. And I'm not mistaken.

      • Davis: I'm not talking about this without a PBA attorney.
        Capt. Finney: Why? You got something to hide?
        Davis: {looking at Monroe} Don't we all?

      • Capt. Finney: Young man, the only thing I want you to understand is that things are never exactly as they seem.
        Davis: Except for the fact that I am gonna make you pay for what you did.

      • Monroe: Ty. Ty. Please just talk to me. Just listen to what I have to say.
        Davis: What?! What?! What could you possibly say? What?
        Monroe: It's not how it looks.
        Davis: Oh, it's not? You're not IAB? You don't work for Cathal Finney?

      • Finney: Hey, my name's Finney. Brendan Finney. I'm with the NYPD. Work in the 55th precinct.
        Grace: What are you doing?
        Finney: I'm starting over.

      • Finney: If anything we could just be friends. I think you're cool and I just…yeah, I just like you, you know?
        Grace: No expectations?
        Finney: How could I have any expectations? We just met.

      • Mrs. Bukhari: You think you should tell the rest of the world how to live, but you have children murdering each other in your streets.
        Yokas: I can't argue that. We have a lot of problems. But I--- I think we're still a decent society.
        Mrs. Bukhari: And our customs are barbaric?
        Yokas: You mean Honor Killings?
        Mrs. Bukhari: That's a part of it.

      • Yokas: Then yes, ma'am, I--- I think the way that your culture treats women is barbaric.
        Mrs. Bukhari: But my daughter died here, for the same reason. So then tell me, what difference did your decent society make?

      • Emily: Mom…
        Yokas: Emily, it's okay. Okay? It's okay. I understand.
        Emily: I picked you. I wanna live with you, mom.

      • Yokas: I missed a lot of things when you were growing up. Things that were important to you.
        Emily: I know that if you could have, you would have been there.
        Yokas: I haven't been what you needed. I'm sorry for that.
        Emily: You're sorry for showing me that a woman can be a good mother and have a career too? And…and for teaching me that no matter what gets in your way, you never give up? And that we can fight and say terrible things to each other and no what we love each other? You're sorry for that? I'm proud to be your daughter. I mean, if it's okay, I wanna live with you.
        Yokas: {crying} It's okay.

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