Two young men are stalking Malloy and Reed while on duty taking pictures and talking to bystanders. They insinuate that the officers are frequently mistreating citizens. They attempt to interfere when the officers are asked to notify a woman that her merchant marine husband has passed away. After picking up a man on drugs and alcohol who injuries himself in the squad car, the men accuse the officers of injuring the man. The officers stop a car with three men wanted in a robbery. The two men appear and interfere with the officers resulting in one of the suspects pulling a gun and shooting an innocent bystander. Written by
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When Bowen and Gurney begin tailing Reed and Malloy, they tell the Lieutenant that they are driving a red Mustang, but later the word "Mustang" is taped over on the back of their car. See more
We knock ourselves out to do a good job, and now this.
Well, maybe we should stencil it on our uniforms; Good Cops - Handle with Care.