With the 15 Division restructuring looming, Andy and Sam’s wedding comes just in time for the gang to celebrate one last hurrah. But when Andy is taken off-course by a hitchhiker and then stranded on the side of a dead-end road with a dying man, she finds herself with no way to get help – or let Sam know she hasn’t bailed. Will she save the man’s life? Will she make it to her wedding?
Rookie Blue episode guide
Now that Sam and Marlo’s baby girl has arrived, it’s clear nothing could have prepared Andy for this moment. So when Juliet offers Andy an opportunity to leave town for 4 months on an undercover project, Andy starts to consider it. Meanwhile, Jarvis reveals the shocking news that 15 Division will be restructured following the corruption scandal.
As the officers of 15 Division try to move on from the corruption scandal, a heat wave hits and Jarvis opens the division to the public as a cooling station. Andy heads out with a very-pregnant Marlo to find a volatile woman who’s gone missing after group therapy, but neither Andy nor Marlo are prepared when Marlo suddenly goes into labor.
With Oliver still the prime suspect in the bombing of 15’s evidence room, Andy, Dov, Gail, and Nick undertake a risky – and potentially career-ending – plan to prove that Commissioner Alonso Santana is corrupt. Meanwhile Traci shadows Steve Peck, hoping to calm her fears about his involvement in the bombing.
Andy and Sam are shocked to learn that Oliver is the prime suspect in IA’s corruption investigation into 15 Division. What’s worse, they only have until end of day today to find Chris Klem – the missing explosives-dealer – and clear Oliver’s name before he takes the fall.
After a community-outreach baseball game erupts in a drive-by shooting, Gail’s relationship with her brother, Steve Peck, is put to the test in the search for the shooter. Meanwhile, Sam plans a getaway with Andy up to Oliver’s cabin, which goes off the rails in every possible way – except one.
When Traci is a no-show for her first raid, 15 Division fears the notorious gun dealer they’re after has kidnapped her. But when Andy realizes that the serial rapist who was never caught is back, it’s all hands on deck to find Traci – while Traci faces off with her captor and tries to escape before it’s too late.
When Nick’s estranged older brother emerges with new information on someone from their tragic past, Nick goes off the grid to track the man down. But Juliet is hot on his heels, and Nick is forced to let her into the secrets of his past.
A riot breaks out at a women’s correctional institute while Andy, Juliet, Nick, and Gail are there to transfer prisoners. They end up separated and in a lock-down situation that finds Andy and Juliet trapped with a woman desperate to prove her innocence.
Andy debates her future with Sam after learning the heart-breaking news that Marlo is pregnant with his baby. But Andy’s ideas about what makes a perfect family are put into perspective when she meets an out-of-control teen who needs to be protected from her own conservative family.
A month after the evidence room bombing, Andy and Sam return from a much-needed vacation ready to work. But when Andy is attacked by an intruder at Traci’s place and the Sex Crimes Unit steps in to take over the case their way, 15 Division will have to decide whether to take matters into their own hands.
In the Season 5 finale, the officers of 15 Division work to track down Ted McDonald (the car-bomber from Ep. 510). But even after catching him, they realize Ted has more targets set to explode out there. The clock is ticking…
Andy’s former rookie, Duncan, is back on duty and looking to reconcile – something she’s not ready for yet. But personal feelings get thrust aside when a bomb explodes in a downtown parking garage. With the city under threat, the officers of 15 Division must work frantically to figure out the source of the threats, and stop the suspect before more innocent people get hurt.
15 Division is assigned to a community outreach program to help tenants move out of a subsidized-housing complex. But when Andy and Chloe discover a severely beaten man in a vacant unit, their investigation unearths a ruthless criminal operation.
Chris' addiction issues come to a head when an innocuous call to a middle-class home puts Dov and Chris in the middle of a suspicious home invasion investigation.
In the midst of a chaotic day at the station, Oliver prepares Andy to defend herself at Duncan's dismissal hearing. ET Canada's Roz Weston guest stars.
After the grim discovery of a missing man’s body in the trunk of his car, 15 Division must piece together what happened to Brian Gowdy – a high school teacher with no apparent enemies. While trying to track down their prime suspect, Andy and Sam go on the road to interview a list of inmates at Millburn Penitentiary. All are known associates of suspect Larry Chilton – a former inmate at Millburn Pen. Andy can’t understand why Sam is suddenly back to his old ways, shutting her out, until she realizes that one person on their list of inmates happens to be Jay Swarek, Sam’s elusive father. Meanwhile, back at 15, Traci leads the investigation and realizes they have the wrong suspect as the officers rush to save the person that meant the most to Brian Gowdy, before it’s too late.
After tracking a handgun found at a frat house brawl, 15 Division decides to go undercover at the club-land bar that’s supplying the illegal handguns. During the UC operation, Dov can’t help but notice Chris’s jumpy, nervous behavior – and when Chris goes to extreme lengths to ensure a specific drug dealer walks away without charge, Dov is left wondering just what is going on with his friend. In the meantime, Andy is devastated to learn that allegations made by her flamed-out rookie, Duncan, mean she has to sit out the night’s activities. Andy offers to help Sam with his missing person’s case, and he gets her to deal with her frustration as they sift through the missing man’s life – which then takes a dark and unfortunate turn.
Andy has tried everything she can think of to get through to her rookie, Duncan, but refuses to give up on him. When a man found shot in a stairwell at a dodgy apartment building leads to the discovery of an executed gang leader upstairs, it’s all hands on deck at 15 Division to stop a potential gang war from breaking out. Andy and Duncan find themselves alone with the one witness who can tie the killers to the crime; and in a life-and-death moment with a 12-year old witness, Andy may regret giving her rookie so many chances. Meanwhile, Gail follows up on another victim of the tenement shootings – a woman that took a stray bullet in the laundry room – only to make a harrowing discovery that will shake Gail to her core.
On the agenda for the day is Project Accountability – a citywide operation to seize all “proceeds of crime” – then get to Fite Nite. The officers of 15 Division are assigned to seize items purchased with money earned illegally – a task no one is excited about. Andy and Nick are sent to an illegal gambling house, which turns out to still be operating and they dutifully arrest the homeowner. But after a confession that seems too good to be true, Andy recruits Sam to help her get to the bottom of what’s really going on. Meanwhile, Dov and Gail emerge empty-handed from their seizure – until they go off-book following a lead, and take down an elaborate debit card fraud operation. Later at Fite Nite, everyone is shocked to see an officer who’s not on the card enter the ring for 15 Division – and they have to watch, as he refuses to go down.
In the wake of Frank Best’s dismissal, Inspector Jarvis promotes a reluctant Oliver to Acting Staff Sergeant. Today is also the day 15 Division gets a new rookie, Duncan Moore – an infuriating, eager, and connected millennial. Andy is up for the challenge and convinces Oliver to make her Duncan’s Training Officer. But she may have acted too quickly… When Andy and Duncan end up as the first responders on a messy downtown homicide at a pawnshop, Andy has to try to show Duncan the ropes, while preventing him from compromising the case, himself, and his fellow officers. Meanwhile, Sam’s sister, Sarah, is ready to leave his bedside, but not until she gives Andy some harsh and cautionary words about what to expect in the long run with Sam Swarek.
With Sam headed into the O.R. and Chloe in critical care, Andy and Dov try to take a break from the night’s traumatic events and head to an all-night diner to pull themselves together. But their desire to regroup and “not be cops tonight” is thwarted when two violent and agitated 20-somethings hold up the diner. Meanwhile, the other exhausted officers of 15 Division struggle to contain the collateral damage from the evening’s chaos – under the watchful eye of tough new Inspector, John Jarvis. Knowing he’s needed at the station, Nick goes rogue to track down Sam Swarek's next of kin. And in the end, Andy must face both the men she cares about, and share her heart-wrenching decision.