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It's judgment day for the rookies, who soon will learn whether or not they've passed their evaluations and can keep their badges. Before she hears her fate from Staff Sgt. Frank Best, Andy has a harrowing experience involving the suspicious death of an unidentified girl that causes her to consider leaving the force.
Chris: So what do we do now?
Dov: We've got one last shift to serve, protect and prove everybody else wrong.
Sam: You alright?
Andy: Yeah, nothing a solid ten hours on the job can't fix.
Sam: Yeah? Be careful with that. Putting on the uniform to get away from your life makes it harder and harder to take it off.
Andy: Well thank you for your concern but I have no problem taking it off. I mean...you know what I mean.
Andy: How can we possibly tell those people more bad news.
Noelle: Because that's our job.
Dov: These kids are going to be grounded for life.
Chris: Yeah, that's getting off easy. There's a dead girl outside. Man, and none of these kids saw her fall?
Dov: Dude, are you still working on the cell phones?
Chris: Yeah. Manual says you should do a full inventory of personal property.
Dov: Relax with the manual. Didn't you learn anything from your evaluation?
Frank: You've all been judged, and you've been found capable, resourceful, loyal, dedicated, courageous. So, it's with great pleasure that I cut you loose today, and in the great tradition of 15 Division I say to your training officers: Coppers, cut those ties.