A SUV goes off a cliff. Detective Michael Britten is at the wheel, and tries to hold onto his wife Hannah and son Rex. Once the SUV comes to rest, Michael wakes up and realizes that he’s alive, but one of his family is dead...Read the full recap
Bird: You see this coffee maker? $600. My ex-wife, she wanted one of these. I told her she wanted a $600 coffee maker, she should not have married a police. Eventually, we agreed on that.
Jones: Well I can assure you, Detective Britten, that this is not a dream. What?
Michael: That’s exactly what the other shrink said.
Vega: Well, then… why are we here?
Michael: I had a dream about it. Or I’m having a dream.
Bird: You want to tell me how you knew he had red hair?
Michael: A hunch.
Bird: Been a cop for 20 years. I only see hunches on TV.
Michael: The thing is, doctor… yes, I still see my wife and my son. And I’ve also watched both of them lowered into the ground. And when you see a loved one buried… you have one thought, over and over and over again, and that’s that you would do anything--anything—to get them back. So if you’re telling me that the price of seeing them, feeling them, of having them in my life, is my sanity? It’s a price I will happily pay. Now, I’ll come and see you, and talk to you as long as they make me. But trust me, when it comes to letting one of them go... I have no desire to ever make progress.