A mounted cop is shot by a sniper. Mac searches for the bullet and learns it's in the horse. He is told that to remove could prove fatal and he's being asked to delay the procedure because the family who donated the horse wants to come say good bye. Mac doesn't make any promises but he tries putting off which upsets Stella. Aiden is sent to investigate a possible murder in a pizzeria but the owner "tells" her to leave. So she goes back with back-up. Written by
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Horses like Officer Blue are given names to honor fallen officers. See more
When Mac is interrogating Jerald Brown, he states the Brown had an intelligence level 'Interim Secret' clearance, "that is as smart as they come". "Secret" is a mid-range security clearance level that most military members have or can get. "Interim" indicates that the security clearance investigation isn't complete, but the preliminary findings are acceptable and grants the individual to a limited range of information up to the Secret level. The security clearance has nothing to do with an individual's intelligence. See more
[veterinarian, about sniper's bullet lodged in horse's neck
We can remove it during surgery, but I have to warn you: removal will most likely be fatal to the horse.
Det. Mac Taylor
Look, I sympathize with this animal, sir, but unfortunately, humans take precedence in this case.
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