A new dispatcher with a sexy voice has Pete's interest. A hit and run accident has a little girl seriously injured, however, her brother caught the license of the car that hit her. A synagogue reports a typewriter with a Hebrew typeface and money stolen. The third call is a drunk woman sitting on a lawn. They take her to her daughter's nearby house but the daughter refuses to deal with her. During a stop for a meal at TJ's lunch wagon, he tells them he heard a man make threats about being fired as a painter at a studio. When they arrive at the studio, gunshots are heard and they find two painters have been shot. They work with SWAT to rescue one painter and capture the sniper. At the end of the shift they meet the dispatcher but to Pete's dismay, she is married to the SWAT lieutenant. Written by
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At the synagogue, Malloy says that the lab wants to check the stamp box for fingerprints. The rabbi (?) replies that it is Rosh Hashanah and no work can be done; they're a strict synagogue. The prohibitions for work only apply to Shabbat (the Sabbath). And, unless the New Year actually fell on the Sabbath, it would not be an issue. And, if the congregation were truly strict, no one would have made a telephone call until the next day. And, the no work prohibition would only apply here if lab tech was Jewish. (Also, someone could have covered the box with a cloth to preserve the evidence.) See more