When Danvers' fiancee is killed in a bridal shop robbery, Pembleton takes the case, his first as primary since his stroke. Danvers meddles in the investigation and insists that it be assigned to another detective, but Gee refuses to do so. A suspect is brought in and interrogated, then hangs himself after a distraught Danvers confronts him. Cox tells Kellerman that she does not want a relationship with him, sending him into a depression that only lifts somewhat after he learns that the grand jury has been postponed. Gee learns that there will be no high-level support for his detective, and also that Gaffney was promoted to captain over him as a reminder of his past failure to support the department. Brodie is thrown out of the morgue after sleeping there overnight.