Sax and Happy go separate ways following a destructive family reunion; Merry is under investigation by Internal Affairs; and Hailey and children are introduced to a far more terrifying prison.
Did You Know?
One of the Internal Affairs Detectives says to Detective McCarthy, "Missing Persons. Great band in the 80s. Not your department." When McCarthy doesn't respond, the other says "Nothing to say for yourself." McCarthy then responds "What are words for when no one listens anymore," which is a line from the 1982 song "Words" by the band Missing Persons. See more
The old lady of approximately 80 years of age adds "a few drops of my menstrual blood" to the meatball mixture. That would mean she would have had to have preserved her menstrual blood in that vial for about forty years -- somehow without losing any fluidity. See more
You've kicked in the doors of the baddest baddies in the Big Apple.
Quit calling it the Big Apple. You sound like a moron. No one who lives in New York calls it the Big Apple.
I'm not from New York, Nick. I'm from Zork, the captial of Cupcake Kingdom.
I'm gonna say it again. I hate you.
An Ending (Ascent)
Written and Performed by Brian Eno See more