Third Watch

Season 3 Episode 15

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 04, 2002 on NBC
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The police officers sort through the carnage and count their dead in the wake of a shootout between rival gangs. While Faith tries to interrogate Fyodor Chevchenko, a ruthless Russian mobster, Sully worries about the severely wounded Ty and regrets causing the incident. Tatiana chastises Sully for hassling her injured son. Faith worries about Gusler, her ineffective, frightened rookie partner, and a weary Doc gets some unexpected good news about his medical malpractice suit.moreless

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  • The Aftermath

    9.1
    Love the fact that this was a two part episode. The whole third watch cast did a great job in the two episodes. Bosco trying to cover up for his long time partner Faith, the whole investagating the Ross shooting, kim facing her problem with the death of bobby a whole year later. Ty geeting shot and sully's dealling with it, this episode I gave a 9.1
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

Dennis Boutsikaris

Dennis Boutsikaris

Ray Henry

Guest Star

Ann Dowd

Ann Dowd

Beth Markham

Guest Star

France Jann

France Jann

Ginny

Guest Star

Roy Scheider

Roy Scheider

Fyodor Chevchenko

Recurring Role

Aaron Stanford

Aaron Stanford

Sergei

Recurring Role

Charlie McWade

Charlie McWade

Steve Gusler

Recurring Role

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    • Faith: Hey, Sully? How's he doin'?
      Sully: Well, he's outta surgery. They think he's gonna be alright.
      Faith: Finally some good news.
      Sully: Yeah. I heard over at the hospital about Benny Ross. He was a good guy. … I better go update the boss.
      Faith: You should have waited for us.
      Sully: Waited for you?
      Faith: Yeah, I think it would've gone a lot smoother if we'd all gone in together.
      Sully: What are you talking about?
      Faith: The warrant.
      Sully: The what?
      Faith: Well, what were you and Davis doing there?
      Sully: Trying to lock up a guy for assault.
      Faith: We were looking for a guy who murdered five people today.
      Sully: Was his name Chevchenko?
      Faith: Yeah. Fyoder Chevchenko. You know him?
      Sully: My, uh… Tatiana's son got worked over by people with baseball bats earlier today. He told us this Chevchenko guy was the ring leader.
      Faith: Bats. That's how those kids were killed. They were Russian kids.
      Sully: Russian kids.
      Faith: Sully, is there any chance that Tatiana's son could have been in the apartment?
      Sully: I don't know. Maybe. He said they were really bad people.
      Faith: Your stepson may be the only living witness.

    • Faith: What's wrong?
      Fred: 'What's wrong'?
      Fred: It's all over the news. The shooting with the machine guns. Why didn't you call me and let me know you're alright?
      Faith: I'm fine.
      Fred: I mean, you always call.
      Faith: I know, Fred. It was a really long day. I was really busy.
      Fred: You couldn't take 30 seconds?
      Faith: I can't deal with this right now.
      Fred: What? I was worried about you!
      Faith: Fred, if something happens to me, they'll call you. Remember that? No news is good news.

    • Taylor: There's no word yet. He's still in surgery.
      Sully: Why's it takin' so long?
      Taylor: Well, he has a nicked artery. That kind of surgery is delicate.
      Sully: A nicked artery. Is that really bad?
      Taylor: Not as bad as a severed one. … Listen, I have some paperwork to do, so I'll check back. But I'll be in the lounge if you need me. He's gonna be alright.

    • Proctor: Did you guys know Officer Ross?
      Doc: Saw him a few times.
      Carlos: Should have seen it, I'm surprised anyone made it alive.

    • Bosco (about Benny Ross): Does he have a family? Did he?
      Swersky: No, he's single.
      Bosco: What about parents? I-I need to tell somebody…. I need to tell 'em.

    • Swersky: Boscorelli, I need to check your gun and clips to see how many rounds you fired.
      Bosco: I didn't discharge my weapon, Lou.
      Swersky: You didn't?
      Bosco: No.
      Swersky: Why not?
      Bosco: 'Cause it all happened really fast. I don't know.
      Swersky: What exactly did happen?
      Bosco: We were following C-Note. I thought he might be lookin' to… I knew. I knew he was going after the guy's who capped his brother earlier today. I thought it was Big Henry, you know, I figured they'd throw a shot or two back at 'em and we'd lock 'em up. That's what happens, right? That's what happens. Every day. This does not happen.

    • Swersky: Yokas, what the hell happened?
      Faith: Uh, I don't even know myself, sir. We never even made it inside. We pulled up to a bunch a guys with machine guns.
      Swersky: Who's hurt?
      Faith: Benny Ross, it's really bad. And um, Davis got wounded. Sullivan took him to the hospital.
      Swersky: How bad is he?
      Faith: I-I don't really know.
      Swersky: What were they doing here?
      Faith: Sir, I really don't know anything.

    • Sully (after Ty gets shot): Ty, I'm sorry.
      Davis: Don't let 'em take my goods, alright?
      Sully: No, nobody's taking anything.

    • Faith: You alright?
      Bosco: Yeah, I'm alright.
      Faith: What the hell were you doing running out like that?
      Bosco: They were gonna pin us down.
      Faith: So, you just like run out in front of them?
      Bosco: I guess I must need counseling.

    • Sully: My partner just got taken upstairs with a bullet in him!
      Tatiana: Ty?
      Sully: Yeah, Ty got shot 'cause this little bastard sent us into an ambush without so much as a warning.
      Tatiana: A warning? I warn… I beg you don't go for Chevchenko. You don't listen!
      Sully: If he dies, you're gonna wish they killed you with that baseball bat!

    • Doc: Faith, you okay?
      Faith: Yeah, peachy.
      Doc: Bosco said his partner got… I'm glad you're okay.
      Faith: Thanks. ... Hey, Doc? Thanks for pretending like there was something that could be done for Ross.

    • Chevchenko (about his handcuffs): You will remove now please?
      Faith: No, I will not remove now please.

    • Chevchenko: Women police. They find you useful?
      Faith: Most days.
      Chevchenko: It is most important to be useful.
      Faith: I'll try to keep that in mind.
      Chevchenko: Some day I had, huh? One moment, I celebrate wedding. The next, I'm being brutalized. Shot and brutalized by your comrade.
      Faith: My comrade might have a different story, I think.
      Chevchenko: I am no stranger to bad cops. Where I come from, it is a way of life. But I never expected to see in this great country. It's very sad.
      Faith: Oh, I'm all torn up about your disappointment, Mr. Chevchenko.
      Chevchenko: Chevchenko? No, I told you. Tempkin.
      Faith: Where do people like you come from?
      Chevchenko: People like me?
      Faith: People who have no respect for human life.
      Chevchenko: You know me?
      Faith: I know your kind.
      Chevchenko: Ah, that is the trouble with all Americans. You know everything. You make judgments: These people are worthy. These people are not worthy.
      Faith: Judging someone like you unworthy is an easy call.
      Chevchenko: You know nothing about my life.
      Faith: Yeah, right.
      Chevchenko: Yeah, right! I am victim here. I shot nobody. Ask your Officer John Sullivan.

    • Beth: So what do you think?
      Faith: Think?
      Beth: There was no sign of struggle in the apartment.
      Faith: Yeah, I know. We were up there.
      Beth: So, did he jump or was he pushed?
      Faith: What, are you guessing? You think that's gonna help? What are you detectives doing? You like taking a poll? You going around asking all the sector cops to vote? How's it going, huh Beth? Homicide? Suicide?
      Beth: Okay, Faith, don't jump on me.
      Faith (about the people looking out the windows): Look at them. Cowards. I mean, at this man had the courage to try to make a difference and these people are gonna be back. It's just a matter of time. They didn't even call it in, Beth. I mean, how long were they going to leave him out here?
      Beth: Faith…
      Faith: You know what I think? I think that it doesn't make a difference how he died. I think he was alive this morning and now he's dead. And I don't know about you, but I feel more than a little responsible.

    • Sully: How you doin'?
      Davis: Uh, I went and got shot today. That wasn't so good. I uh, kept my goods though.
      Sully: Yeah. You remember that, huh? You were pretty worried about that there for a while.
      Davis: If you had what I got.
      Sully: You know I don't.
      Davis: What you got a cut?
      Sully: Oh, it's nothing. Listen, Ty…
      Davis: Come on, come on. Let's just…
      Sully: I…
      Davis: Sully, just don't, alright? Just don't. You apologize I might have to get pissed off, you know? I might have to get pissed off that you almost got me killed so you could prove to your wife that your Johnson's bigger than some skel's. And that you wouldn't listen to me when all I wanted you to do was slow down and think for a minute. You know I'm gonna follow you. You know that right? Alright, well that means you have to think about where you take us and you didn't do that today. Didn't happen. Now, if you apologize I'm gonna have to get pissed off about all that and I don't feel like being pissed off right now. I'm too tired.

    • (about the flags outside the police station)
      Faith: I'm tired of seeing these flags at half staff.

    • Beth: It might be better for all of us to just let things cool down for awhile and I'll pick him up later.
      Faith: This guy isn't just gonna sit around and wait for us to pick him up at our leisure.
      Beth: I don't know what you want me to tell you Faith.
      Faith: I want you to tell me that today wasn't all for nothing!

    • Faith: I'm gonna make sure you go to prison one day.
      Chevchenko: Why are American women so angry?
      Faith: I'll find somebody who's not afraid of you.
      Chevchenko: Why would anyone be afraid of me?
      Faith: Vory V. Zakone.
      Chevchenko: It's a myth.
      Faith: It's didn't sound like a myth when somebody said it to me earlier today. In fact, just saying the word seemed to scare the hell out of him.
      Chevchenko: These peasants from the old country. They're afraid omens, goblins, all sorts of legends.
      Faith: I'm not afraid of you.
      Chevchenko: Then maybe someday we could be friends.
      Faith (walks closer to the cell he's in): And when they lock you up, I want to be the one to close the cell door.
      Chevchenko (laughs): You do your best, Officer Yokas. I don't care. I have money. I have an attorney. It's the American dream, right? To have enough money to do anything you want. In this country it is the survival of the fittest. I am fittest.

    • Faith: Hey, I thought you went home.
      Bosco: Uh, still workin' on the paperwork.
      Faith: You need any help?
      Bosco: No.
      Faith: You alright?
      Bosco: Always was. I got a coupla more reports to file and then I'm outta here.
      Faith: Look, I'm sorry about that counselor thing.
      Bosco: You know what I've been thinking? You know, if we had been together today… you might be dead.
      Faith: Well, that's a big 'what if' Bosco.
      Bosco: It just seems like everything that I touch lately…
      Faith: Hey.
      Bosco: What?
      Faith: Come on. It's not you. Are we okay?
      Bosco: I don't know.
      Faith: Can we work together tomorrow?
      Bosco: You're not gonna be here tomorrow.
      Faith: What do you mean?
      Bosco: The boss hasn't talked to you yet? (Faith shakes her head) You killed someone out there, Faith. You're gonna be relieved of duty. Sounds like you're gonna end up with a commendation but you're going to get a few free days off.
      Faith: Right. Right. Of course.
      Bosco: Thank you. … For being there. (walks off)
      Faith: Absolutely.

    • Jerry: …But I never forgot what it's like out there. And I would have never done anything to hurt you.
      Doc: Well, I had to be sure.
      Jerry: You used to be sure about that.

    • Faith: I was upset. I said things that I shouldn't have.
      Fred: How many times is that supposed to make it all better?
      Faith: I have some time off. Maybe we could do something. The family.
      Fred: You're not supposed to be off until next week.
      Faith: Yeah, well, I get a few days off automatically.
      Fred: For what?
      Faith: I…
      Fred: You what?
      Faith: I killed someone. This guy was shooting at Bosco and I killed him. Fred… I killed him. But then I didn't even remember that… I killed somebody today.

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