In this premier episode of Rookie Blue we meet rookie cops that have just officially entered into the force. We meet Andy (Missy Peregrym), Dov (Gregory Smith), and Traci (Enuka Okuma). Andy just so happens to be the daughter an ex-cop that had some pretty shady things going on with his job. Andy is trying hard to build herself up and earn her respect by doing it herself and just break away from what had happened with her father. She and all of the other rookies are going to be having some hard times getting used their position and how to handle all of the tragedies along the way...Read the full recap
Andy: (voiceover) So here we are. We have spent the last few months together training for this job. We've learned how to shoot, fight and drive a police car really fast. I mean, we're ready. They keep telling us we don't know anything, that it doesn't matter how well we did that the Academy, that you might be a legacy and think you know the job inside and out. Maybe you're hip to the street, maybe you can shoot a paper target from a mile away. It actually doesn't matter. Okay, now I'm nervous.
Chris: I love this job so much, you know? It's funny, but I love all these guys so much.
Traci: You don't even know them.
Chris: It doesn't matter! We're already brothers.
Dov: I feel that, brother!
Chris: Oh, and sisters.
Oliver: You know, people can smell new cops like they can smell fresh paint. You look new, you sound new--
Andy: We are new.
Oliver: I know, I know. That's my point, that's why we have to have "the talk."
Andy: What talk?
Oliver: The "don't embarrass me, your radio is on the wrong side of your belt, do as I say not as I do" talk.
Andy: Thanks for the tip today.
Sam: It worked out pretty good?
Andy: Yeah. So, can I buy you a drink? Say thank you? Or, apologize...
When Traci meets her Training Officer Noelle for the first time, Noelle calls her "Jenny from the Block."
'Jenny from the Block" is the title of a song by Jennifer Lopez
Oliver calls the young girl who overdosed Courtney Love when the paramedics arrive.
is an American musician known for having a history of drug abuse.