Third Watch

Season 4 Episode 2

The Chosen Few

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 07, 2002 on NBC
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The Chosen Few
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Bosco gets a temporary assignment working with a tough female sergeant; Fred is strangely calm in the face of the prospect of a triple bypass; Doc hears shocking news from Philadelphia; Sully learns more about Tatiana's past; Davis is forced to deal with his newfound fame.

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  • Good Writing.

    10
    This Episode was truly a good one. He have Bosco Teaming up with the a Sgt. Reyes In the Crime unit. Sully's Checking up on his wife, learening things about her that he never when before. Doc Finds out that the woman he once loved is now married to someone else in Philly. This episode truly touched me and have all the excitement that you can even want in an episode. I'm giving this one a 10.moreless
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

Elizabeth Rodriguez

Elizabeth Rodriguez

Chris Reyes

Guest Star

Ron McLarty

Ron McLarty

Nick Yokas

Guest Star

Jean De Baer

Jean De Baer

Shirley Yokas

Guest Star

Tia Texada

Tia Texada

Maritza Cruz

Recurring Role

Savannah Haske

Savannah Haske

Tatiana

Recurring Role

Julian Gamble

Julian Gamble

George Hancock

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (19)

    • Tatiana: I have no job. I have no future. I have nothing in Kiev. And then I met this woman who says that if I can go to work for that American businessman, he's going to pay my way here and he's gonna let me bring Sergei.
      Sully (points to her file): This kind of work?
      Tatiana: I was thinking maybe, like… factory, or waitress, something… but when I get here he's not American, he's Russian. … Chevchenko.
      Sully: Chevchenko.
      Tatiana: He put in apartment. He helped me buy medicine for Sergei. He buy clothes… He helped me when I needed so much.
      Sully: And then he turned you out.
      Tatiana (sobbing): He… he tell me to be… nice to his friends. They buy dinner. Drinks and then… and then… and then I met this handsome, strong, policeman who can protect me and I can have happy life.
      Sully: When's the last time that you saw Chevchenko?
      Tatiana: What?
      Sully: The last time. When's the last time that you saw Chevchenko?
      Tatiana: When Sergei get hurt. Months ago, I had to go to Chevchenko to beg for his safety but he say leave don't come back. That's the last time that I see him.
      Sully: Months ago.
      Tatiana: No more secret, John, okay? No more secret, please I… never again.

    • Swersky: Davis.
      Davis: Yes, sir?
      Swersky: Chief Hancock would like you to stop in and see him at the hospital.
      Davis: Why?
      Swersky: I imagine it's so he can thank you in person.
      Davis: Come on, Lieu. What? I have to?
      Swersky: He's a 3-star Chief.
      Davis (to Sully): This is getting carried away, man.
      Sully: Oh, yeah, you're having a terrible day.

    • Davis: My commander said that you wanted to see me about something.
      Hancock: I owe you a 'thank you'. It was a hell of a thing you did pulling me out of that storefront.
      Davis: Well, it wasn't just me, sir, my partner was there.
      Hancock: I saw the photos. I know you carried me.
      Davis: To tell you truth, I never woulda even known you were there if it wasn't for Nancy. You remember Nancy, right? The lady that you were with? She had to have surgery, you know.
      Hancock: I know. I checked on her.
      Davis: Did you? I was, uh, kinda wondering if you knew what happened to her. She wouldn't tell me.
      Hancock: I don't remember anything after we were attacked.
      Davis: Course not.
      Hancock: … So, what is it you want to do?
      Davis: I'm not quite sure what you mean, sir.
      Hancock: With your career. You wanna be a… detective? Sergeant? You want anti-crime? ESU? Name it, and it's yours.
      Davis: I don't want anything, sir.
      Hancock: You wanna stay in a beat car for the rest of your life?
      Davis: I'm not sayin' that. I just… I don't want anything given to me.
      Hancock: You went above and beyond.
      Davis: Well, uh… thank you for the offer, sir. But I don't really want anything this way. Are we done? Is that all?
      Hancock: Yeah. That's all.

    • Madjanski: You wanna tell me what the hell you were doing running Natasha Gurin's fingerprints?
      Sully: None of your damn business.
      Madjanski: Look, I'm organized crime. The Russian mob is my domain.
      Sully: Russian mob?
      Madjanski: Sullivan, look, I know you got a hard-on for Chevchenko. Getting caught up in his crossfire, your hero partner taking a bullet, and now today you just happen to be watching over my floater? You think I'm stupid?
      Sully: What the hell does this girl have to do with all of that?
      Madjanski: Don't play me. Where'd you get the prints?
      Sully: A buddy of mine took her out, okay? He asked me to check on her.
      Madjanski: Your buddy took her out?
      Sully: That's what I said.
      Madjanski: Is he a Russian businessman by any chance? 'Cause if he is, and he's still breathin' then he's a lot luckier than that heap that washed up today. I got ten Russian businessmen in the past two years. They get lured in by some hot broad and the next thing you know, there's a million dollar price tag on their heads. Russian families shell out, and these guy's turn up dead anyway. And I'm pretty sure this Natasha's one of these decoy broads. I got pictures of her in Chevchenko's company less than two weeks ago. I am just starting to get close to this bastard and if you screw this up for me, I will have your ass.
      Sully: What are you threatening me?
      Madjanski: I want your buddies name by tomorrow. Otherwise we'll get bosses involved. You take that anyway you want.

    • Bosco: I'm looking for Chris Reyes.
      Reyes: Sergeant Reyes?
      Bosco: Yeah, Sergeant Reyes, is he here?
      Reyes: What kind of detail did you think you'd be on?
      Bosco: It's undercover, right?
      Reyes: More like inconspicuous. There's a difference. You're gonna be in Spanish Harlem all day. Do you have anything a little less...?
      Bosco (looks at his clothes): What?
      Reyes: Uh, just less.
      Bosco: Yeah, I got other clothes in my locker.
      Reyes: Make it quick. We're waiting for you.
      Bosco: Chris Reyes isn't a he.
      Reyes: Sergeant Reyes.
      Bosco: Sergeant. Right. Sorry ma'am. I'll be right back. Do me a favor, just gimme one minute.
      Reyes (to herself): Minute man.

    • Sully (about the body in the water): I'm guessing that's not a boating accident.

    • Bosco: Who's M&M?
      Reyes: You, Minute Man.

    • Madjanski: Hey, Sullivan. How you been?
      Sully: My day just got a lot worse.
      Madjanski: This coming from a guy wearing the same bag for 20 years. You got to love him. And you my man, you photograph very nicely.
      Davis: And your tie's crooked.
      Madjanski: Oh, and with a personality to match. Teaching him everything you know, huh, Sul?
      Sully: Go take care of your floater.
      Madjanski: You didn't touch anything, did 'ya?
      Sully: I took all the dough out of his wallet and I'm wearing his shoes. Is that a problem? (Madjanski walks away)
      Davis: Who's that?
      Sully: Madjanski. Used to be an okay guy. Soon as he brown nosed his way into a suit he couldn't fit his freaking head through a door.
      Madjanski: I can hear you.
      Sully: I'm not whispering. Anyway, I like wearing the bag. It keeps me in better company.

    • Sully: The fingerprints check out. Tatiana and Natasha Gurin are one in the same. Four hits for prostitution.
      Davis: Her last arrest was seven years ago, though.
      Sully: That just means she hasn't been caught again.
      Davis: You don't know if she's still doing it.
      Sully: Would you marry a hooker? Ever an ex-hooker?
      Davis (looking at Tatiana's rap sheet): Doesn't look like she's hittin' the pipe or anything. Walking Hunt's Point. Maybe she was just one of those Uptown escort services or something.
      Sully: Part of that supposed to make me feel better?
      Davis: Nothing's black and white. Degrees to everything.
      Sully: Degrees.

    • Reyes (as Bosco is searching Mario, he finds pot): Oh my, is that marijuana? (Bosco finds a gun on Mario) That's a little more interesting.

    • Faith: I'm not saying that I don't believe you. If you tell me that you saw Jesus. I believe you. … What did he say to you?
      Fred: He said a lot, not a whole lot in words, you know, I felt him. I could feel him reach his arms under mine, and he lifted me up. He lifted me up Faith, straight up, and he carried me on his back from the darkness to the light.
      Faith: Okay, but just so you know, there's a good chance that that was me. I was holding you in the elevator. I was the one who pried open the door and I lifted you out under your arms, and I carried you through that building. I carried you through that dark building, out into the street just as the lights were coming back on. (laughs)
      Fred: I really didn't expect you to believe me. And I don't need you to believe me, either. I know what I saw. I know what I felt. I know it was in my soul, and nothing can take that away.

    • Sully (upon seeing Madjanski again): Oh great, twice in one day.

    • Reyes (to Bosco): I have no idea what I'm gonna need in there, but when I need it, I'll need it fast. And you're the one who has to get it for me. You screw it up and some of my men die tonight. You have the potential to be a good cop. You hear what I said? Potential. But you got some serious problems. You're a little bit fearless. And not having any fear out here just means you're stupid, and stupid gets people killed. I am not here to mother you or to coddle you or to fix things every time you step on your johnson. I am your boss. I am not Faith Yokas.

    • Cruz (on the phone): So I'm walking around here in six inch heels with a postage stamp worth of polyester up my ass, and they changed it again? Well, is a phone call before I prance through the damn precinct in this outfit too much for you, Lieutenant?

    • Sully: I don't know, Ty. She's fooled me before but this last thing, I just can't wrap my brain around.
      Davis: Well, what did you say to Madjanski? Did you defend her?
      Sully: Defend her? I didn't even tell him that I knew her. I mean, what am I gonna say, "my wife may be a whore, but she's no murderer"? Madjanski says that she was with him just two weeks ago.
      Davis: Well, we know that she was at that club.

    • Cruz (about Reyes): You can tell that pig boss of yours that I am sick of cleaning up after her, okay? This ain't her house and I ain't her maid.

    • PeeWee: Boscorelli, you know you don't want us anyway, man.
      Bosco: Who do we want?
      PeeWee: Who do you want?
      Bosco: All right, we'll go with your question.

    • Sully: What's the problem?
      Guy: Um, there's something in the water.
      Sully: Something like fish maybe?

    • Reyes (after chasing a perp and continuously calling Bosco on the radio): Bosco, I was calling for you.
      Bosco: Yeah and I was listening. (cuffs perp)

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • On seeing the body floating in the river, Sully/Davis says, "This is not a boating accident."
      This is probably a reference to guest star Roy Scheider who starred as one of the title roles in the Steven Spielberg film Jaws. Which this year (2005) celebrates it's 30th anniversary.

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