Jake and Amy convince the Captain to let them work a case together involving a new street drug, but their new relationship gets in the way. Meanwhile, at the precinct, Charles panics when he realizes he's damaged one of Holt's prized possessions and Terry teaches Rosa a lesson in discipline.
Did You Know?
When Jake and Amy chase the dealer, he runs into a house with the house number 1312. This number is sometimes used as a code for the abbreviation ACAB, which stands for the insult "all cops are bastards". See more
Amy tells Jake that grammar is all about syntax and semantics - it's not, it is the study of syntax and morphology that is the structure of language. Semantics is the study of meaning, She had been complaining of being extremely tired so it could have been another mistake. See more
[to a teen selling candy in the precinct
All right. I'll buy ONE. Now, go sell your candy to everyone else, stupid.
Hey, hey, hey. You can't call kids 'stupid'. What if he's really stupid?
References Doc McStuffins
Charles In Charge
Written by Al Burton
, Michael Jacobs
, and David Kurtz
Performed by Joe Lo Truglio See more