Third Watch

Season 5 Episode 13

Sleeping Dogs Lie

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 06, 2004 on NBC
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Sleeping Dogs Lie
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Jimmy gets a promotion to a rescue squad in Brooklyn; despite their new captain's assurances, Doc suspects that he intends to close down the house; Sasha insists upon pursuing an investigation into the beating death of a hit-and-run driver after Maritza uses the confession of an innocent man as her stepping stone to an Anti-Crime reassignment; after Jimmy is trapped in a warehouse fire, Kim reassesses their plans for a future together; Rose serves a customer at the bar who shares a past with Bosco.moreless

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    Coby Bell

    Coby Bell

    Ty Davis Jr.

    Michael Beach

    Michael Beach

    Doc Parker (Episodes 1-103)

    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)

    Anthony Ruivivar

    Anthony Ruivivar

    Carlos Nieto

    Paul Michael Glaser

    Paul Michael Glaser

    Jack Steeper

    Guest Star

    Nicholas Turturro

    Nicholas Turturro

    Allie Nardo

    Guest Star

    Duane McLaughlin

    Duane McLaughlin

    Lamont

    Guest Star

    Yvonne Jung

    Yvonne Jung

    Holly Levine

    Recurring Role

    Bill Walsh (III)

    Bill Walsh (III)

    Billy Walsh

    Recurring Role

    Derek Kelly

    Derek Kelly

    D.K.

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    • QUOTES (35)

      • Jimmy: I'll be better this time, Kim. I'll treat you better. I'll love you better.
        Kim: Oh, Jimmy...
        Jimmy: Will you marry me? Again?
        Kim: What?
        Jimmy: I love you.

      • Bosco: All right, all right already.
        Monroe: What?
        Bosco: I got it. You're the mayor.
        Monroe: No, no, no, no. First I become police commissioner. Then I run for city council, then I slide into the Mayor's office. That's the ten-year plan.
        Bosco: Yeah? What's the five-year plan?
        Monroe: The five-year plan is to find a good man to have my back so when I reach the ten-year plan I can focus on my job.

      • {about Kim's engagement ring, to Jimmy}
        Walsh: Holy moly! You make that much more than us?
        Levine: How many arms and legs did this cost the children of Sierra Leone?

      • Steeper: I'm your new captain.
        Jimmy: Downtown didn't say anything about a new captain.
        Steeper: You're Doherty, right?
        Jimmy: Yeah, I'm the Lieutenant here.
        Steeper: I don't expect downtown said anything about you moving to Bed-Stuy either.

      • {finding out about his promotion}
        Jimmy: You're kidding me.
        Steeper: When I'm kidding I'm a lot funnier than this. I think.

      • Jimmy: This is turning out to be one hell of a day.

      • Doc: He's dead. That's one miracle I can't work yet.

      • {about Cruz}
        Bosco: Wow...she's good, isn't she?
        Monroe: She's pushing around a crack head. She's a regular Dick Tracy.

      • {into radio}
        Steeper: All units. Missing fireman's been located. Cancel mayday.

      • Tony: You guys can't just pick us up for no reason.
        Bosco: No reason? The city frowns on thugs leaving dead guys all over the street.

      • {about Steeper}
        Carlos: You know him or something?
        Doc: Yeah, he's a bean counter from headquarters. He doesn't run stations. He closes 'em.

      • {about Cruz}
        Bosco: What was that about?
        Monroe: She's got the wrong guy.

      • Swersky: Downtown's happy.
        Cruz: Happy enough to get me out of the bag?
        Swersky: You're back in Anti-Crime. Way to go, Cruz.

      • {to Cruz}
        Monroe: This ain't over.

      • Steeper: I'm just glad you're okay. Hate like hell to have to explain how I lost one of my boys before I even got my bags unpacked.
        Walsh: You just remember it was us who saved his sorry ass, Captain.
        Jimmy: Whoa, whoa. Saved me? I was completely in control.
        Walsh: You looked awful glad to see us.

      • Jimmy: Oh man, you know the truth is, when that floor collapsed, for a second there I couldn't think of a better way to go.

      • {about Tony}
        Bosco: Why are you going to the wall for this guy?
        Monroe: Because it's not easy for me to put a kid in jail.
        Bosco: You had no problem putting Alie Nardo in jail. And all of his goombas. Oh I get it. That's one of your people.
        Monroe: I would do this if the kid was purple.

      • Doc: They don't call you "Steeper the Reaper" for nothing.
        Steeper: Is that what they call me?
        Doc: Yeah...they do. Don't act like you never heard it before.

      • {imitating the old lady}
        Bosco: You're sitting on Liberty! You're sitting on Liberty!

      • Tony: I can take seven years in the joint. Lamont can't.
        Monroe: He murdered someone!

      • Monroe: Why didn't you call me? I could have worked something out for you.
        Tony: That white boy was dead. Only thing y'all wanted to work out was locking one of us up. Let me do this, Sasha. Please. I ain't got nothing going on. But Lamont... dang, he can get out of here. He's got good grades, taking classes I can't even pronounce.

      • Cruz: So, where's your girl?
        Bosco: What? Monroe? She's not my girl.
        Cruz: I thought she and I were cool.
        Bosco: I don't really know, or care, if you're cool. And she's allowed to disagree with you.
        Cruz: Oh, so, uh, first it was Yokas and now it's Monroe. What are you, the damsel-in-distress guy?
        Bosco: I'm out of this.
        Cruz: Okay, well, why don't you tell your girl just to stay away from my case. I'm not going back into uniform because of her.
        Bosco: I'll get right on that.

      • {to Monroe}
        Bosco: If you take that flip-flopping kid and that batty old lady into the A.D.A. they will laugh you out of the office.

      • Bosco: Monroe, sometimes the right thing to do isn't the right thing to do.
        Monroe: Mm-hmm, Bosco, and most of the time it is.

      • Kim: You know how I want to go out? Kicking and screaming when I'm about 100. And I wanna live to see my grandchildren, and my great-grandchildren, and my great-great-grandchildren.
        Jimmy: Yeah, well, I do too.
        Kim: No, Jimmy. You don't. Not really. You, you...you want to go out in a blaze of glory.

      • Jimmy: All I meant yesterday was that...I thought I might not make it and I wasn't afraid. Not that I wanted to die. Only...I just wasn't afraid.
        Kim: I was.

      • Kim: I can't marry you, Jimmy.
        Jimmy: I've changed.
        Kim: I know. You already have a wife. And I'm not willing to share you with the job anymore.

      • Monroe: You did a good thing by trying to take that guy back to the scene. But letting your friend take the rap isn't. Now, look. I've heard a lot of good things about you, Lamont, but this ain't you.
        Mrs. Harris: What's going on?
        Monroe: {to Lamont} This will haunt you for the rest of your life.

      • Monroe: Tony Simmons is trying to get his life together.
        Mrs. Harris: His life? My oldest son, James, was shot and killed by someone shooting at that bastard. You really think I give a damn about his life?
        Monroe: I'm sorry for your loss ma'am, but that doesn't make this right.

      • Mrs. Harris: Monroe? You're the cop everyone talks about? You look after people. This ain't looking out. My son is a good boy, not some poor black teenager you can pick up just to fill a quota.
        Monroe: I am looking out for someone, Mrs. Harris. It just happens to be somebody that nobody else cares about.

      • Walsh: You should find out if he's closing the firehouse or not.
        Jimmy: What are you talking about? Steeper transferred here as the new captain.
        Doc: And you believe him?
        Steeper: It's the truth, Parker. For the fifth time, this house is not closing.
        Jimmy: Good. We got a lot of good firefighters here. I mean, this is a hell of a team.
        Steeper: I saw that myself yesterday.

      • Cruz: I don't know what you said to him, Monroe, but it, uh, must have been pretty persuasive, because now instead of one kid who couldn't get his life together, I got two.
        Monroe: The case was unraveling.
        Cruz: Yeah, because you wouldn't let it go. And now a straight-A student goes to jail and comes out with a felony record. What job is he gonna get? What is his education gonna be?
        Monroe: I know I did the right thing.

      • Cruz: Tony's a predicate felon. He's dealt more drugs in this community than you will ever bust. He's got his hands on more murders that you will ever solve. And one time in his life he does something heroic.
        Monroe: My job is to find the answers.
        Cruz: No, your job is to sort them out. You said you wanted a promotion? Well then you're gonna have to realize that this job is not always gonna be black and white. I tried to teach Bosco that, but he wouldn't listen. I thought you were smarter than that, officer.

      • Walsh: Come on, the beers aren't getting any colder, Lieutenant.
        Jimmy: Ah, come on, stop rushing me. This is the last time I'm leaving this house as a member of the best damn squad in the city.

      • Kim: I'm gonna miss you.
        Jimmy: No, you aren't.
        Kim: I'm not?
        Jimmy: Oh, you think just 'cause you gave me the ring back I'm giving up? I'm way tougher than that, Kimmy. Way tougher...I'll see you soon.

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