Detectives Washington and Fitch investigate a double homicide at a pharmacy. Was it a drug theft gone bad or something else entirely? Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan try to track down the killer of an attorney with many enemies. When both cases intersect, the cops are in a race against time to stop the killing spree, culminating in a high-speed pursuit and a perilous standoff, putting the cops in harm's way. Written by
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Near the middle of the episode, an elevated train is seen rushing by in the background. This train is neither the "Peoplemover", which runs a loop in downtown Detroit, nor is it an Amtrak train, which runs at ground level through the city. See more
[Looking over the murder board with Washington, where victims' names are in red or black according to their status
Det. Louis Fitch
Get 'em solved. Make room for the next one. We might be the last assembly line in Detroit.
It's Like That
Performed by James 'Jay Dee' Yancey
(Plays as Detective Fitch assigns the Pooch interrogation to Detective Washington) See more