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Meet Andy McNally, who is empathetic (almost to a. Swarek, and in the last three episodes of season 2, Andy and Sam enter a relationship. she can trust Sam, Andy leaves on an undercover mission with Nick Collins, leaving Sam sitting at. The fourth season of the Canadian police drama Rookie Blue starring Missy Peregrym, Ben Missy Peregrym as Officer Andy McNally; Gregory Smith as Officer Dov Charlotte Sullivan as Officer Gail Peck; Peter Mooney as Officer Nick Collins . apart for good and Sam finds out about Nick and Andy's new relationship. Honestly, I don't ship any particular relationship for Andy, so I wanted to Collins !" Andy McNally and Nick Collins glanced at each other before . on drinking himself into, he would take Gail's advice and begin to move on.
And she couldn't give up being a cop. It was what she had wanted to do since she was a little girl and she are her father recite his oath every day before work. Blowing out a breath and shaking her arms, she walked into Frank Best's office to stand next to Nick. She had not idea if Frank was about to tell them that, considering one of them was a rookie and the other an undercover screw up, they should stay the hell away from this op.
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Then again, he could be giving them the job because no one on the streets really knew them. Frank stood to face them and Andy silenced her thoughts to find out why he called them in. He was quiet for a moment, looking at them each in turn.
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Andy wanted to squirm under his gaze, not sure if he was upset or not. Finally he opened his mouth. You two are my top picks for the undercover operation. No one on the force has objected yet, so as of right now, it looks like you're going to get it. I wanted to warn you so you could start saying your goodbyes. I'll let you know later if you are going for sure. She was sure there was a downside to this, because nothing in her life could ever be good or easy. Frank looked at her with one of the most serious expressions she'd ever seen him wear.
We aren't together anymore. I have no reason to see him. He nodded slowly, still watching her as she left the office. Noelle Williams stepped in and stood at Frank's side. And all of us. Hell, I don't know what Sam was thinking when he told her goodbye.
I say we start a bet. I say they're back together in two years. Second, that's a long time to wait for a turnaround. I could wait twenty years. This would be interesting.
Andy reached Traci and forced herself not to mention the scene from Frank's office. As much as she hated keeping things from Traci, she knew her friend had enough to deal with right now and didn't need to listen to her problems, too.
How are you doing? Right now it still sucks. Andy had the suspicion Traci hadn't cried about it yet. She held her friend as she poured out her feelings in broken sobs and sniffles. It lasted almost ten minutes. But Andy didn't really have anywhere to be, so that wasn't a big deal.
Well, she told herself, she didn't have anywhere she was needed. Sam had told her to come to the Penny later because he had something for her. And as awful as it made her feel, she was currently considering leaving on the undercover op without saying goodbye. They needed to make a clean break, and they couldn't do that if she went to the bar and said a messy goodbye.
She was so wrapped up in it, she didn't realize Traci had pulled back and was studying her. Crying was an aberration for Traci, and now she looked back to usual self, with the exception of a little runny mascara. And I know that your face is saying something is up. We help each other get through the rough parts of life," Traci tilted her head as she spoke.
And I didn't tell you when it happened because you had to process what happened to Jerry. And Frank just told me the undercover is as good as mine, and Sam wants me to meet him at the Penny because he has soothing to give me, but I can't leave after going to see him because we need to make a clean break.
So I don't know what to do. Both of them were acting different than usual that night. Andy guessed it was probably everything that happened with Jerry and the stress of leaving for the undercover op so soon.
But whatever it was, it was making them act weird. Telling Traci when she was leaving wasn't going to be an easy conversation, so she might as well have it now, when they were both acting so out of character. Andy braced herself, blew out a breath, and started talking.
Sam Swarek sat at the bar at the Black Penny, a drink in one hand and a small velvet box held tightly in the other. It was getting late. But he knew McNally. She would show unless something physically stopped her. Gail later pretends again to be a high class prostitute to bring in a murder suspect for a missing prostitute.
It's the wrong guy. Turns out the missing person wasn't actually dead, but another prostitute had been killed earlier by a guy scouting in the same area. Donut Mess with a Cop: Shaw is always hungry, though not necessarily for donuts. Gail also has a big sweet tooth. Dying Declaration of Love: Played with by Chris to Gail after he's been stabbed and they are trapped in a warehouse with no way out.
Although he does not come out and declare his love, he does say he misses her and still has feelings for her. He also survives his injuries.
Everyone Can See It: The chemistry between Andy and Sam. Even her boyfriend can see it. Three of the rookies undercover as prostitutes in a sting operation in episode 4, with Andy and Gail wearing very revealing outfits. Season 2 begins with Andy dancing at home in her underwear for a few moments before anything remotely resembling a scene begins. Nick and Gail stake out a beach to catch kids in a Scavenger Hunt they're after the big pink umbrellas there.
Nothing happens while they're there, but at the end of the episode they get drunk and kiss - and in the background a group of kids can be seen rolling one of the umbrellas away.
During the 'scavenger hunt' exercise Dov realizes that the key part of undercover police work is to get a criminal to trust you and then being able to betray that trust to make an arrest.
Especially Genre Savvy as he has just done the same thing earlier to his best friend. He does this in a very straightforward manner while Andy and Traci spend a lot of time creating a new personae for themselves.
And he's good at it. Also in the same episode, Oliver is extremely Genre Savvynoting Dov as the underdog. He only tells him that because he knows "doubting" Dov will push him to do better than the rest of the recruits During season 3, Det. Luke Callahan is called back into action whatever there is a case that was He returns in Season 4, under the same problem. Lampshaded early in season 2. The Black Penny, where all the cops hide out after each episode.
Attempted by a drunken Gail in the season 5 premiere after the events of the season 4 finale. She winds up regretting it almost immediately due to the freak out she is clearly going through and has Holly fix it for her. Sam and Andy get interrupted by his boss. Since he's undercover working for a very nasty drug dealer, this is not played for laughs. Averted; although a big deal is made of Andy killing for the first time, this hasn't resulted in her being any less hesitant to shoot people.
Happens again with Dov. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can be rather rude and off-putting, overly ambitious, and can be quite callous at times, but she still cares for her friends, and has a serious self esteem issue that sometimes cause her to sabotage her personal and professional life.
Oliver at the beginning of season 5, since Frank has to take the fall for 15th division's failings in the form of a leave of absence. Gail, once she starts dating Holly. Then Luke's former girlfriend Jo shows up and decides to stick around the 15th. It is implied she has a new family somewhere else. It is not clear why her mother left but it may have something to do with her fathers job.
It is also possible it has something to do with his alcoholism, but it is unclear whether this started before or after she left. When she was young her father took her on camping trips out in the woods Andy's luck with men may be not so thrilling.
She was dating Detective Callaghanuntil he cheated on her with his ex Jo Rosati. She has feelings for her training officer, Swarekand in the last three episodes of season 2, Andy and Sam enter a relationship. Although she is a fighter, she has some weakness when it comes to Sam Swarek Is she ready for this? After dancing around a relationship, Sam and Andy take the plunge.
Unfortunately, when Sam is in the middle of a dangerous undercover operation, Andy helps find and rescue Sam from the dangerous Jamie Brennan, but when the two are suspended for three months, Andy realizes that she can't stay in town and obey the orders to avoid Sam. When Sam followed Andy's hunch instead of his own instincts and his best friend Jerry Barber was killed as a result, Sam was distraught and began to distance himself from Andy and his other friends at Sam broke up with Andy, leaving her heartbroken and confused in the parking lot of the Penny.
After ignoring her calls for weeks, Sam tries to repair the relationship when Andy finds herself in a life and death situation. Unsure of whether she can trust Sam, Andy leaves on an undercover mission with Nick Collinsleaving Sam sitting at the bar waiting for her at the end of season 3.
Season 4 finds Andy returning from her six months of undercover with Nick Collinshoping to get things back on track with Samonly to learn that he has moved on with a new cop, Marlo Cruz. While it seems that Sam is immediately conflicted, and realizes that Andy didn't leave for undercover because she no longer has feelings for him, it looks like he may crack, but he continues his relationship with Cruz.
When Andy realizes that Sam is no longer an option for her, she finds herself involved with Nick Collinswho has made it clear that he has true feelings for Andy, which jeopardizes her friendship with Nick's ex, Gail Peck.
When Sam realizes that he may have lost Andy for good, he pours his heart out, just before getting shot in the station. The finale ends with Sam on the operating table, Andy by his side. Season 5 finds Andy and Sam confessing their feelings about each other, and they start dating. Nick wants what's best for Andy and they break up.