The combat between La Fiera and Cesar Madrigal has started on The Rookie Season 3 Episode 13, and in a graveyard , no less.
That would seem convenient if they didn’t have to drag their own bodies to the morgue firstly before embed them.
But as Nolan pointed out, they got lucky during this firefight as there were no innocent victims, but that won’t last-place so the LAPD had to step in.
I was a bit surprised when Sgt. Grey sent Angela over to try and reason with La Fiera. It seemed like such a useless struggle. Cesar killed Sandra’s son; there was no way she was going to let him live.
But La Fiera wanted two things, and Lopez could get her at least one of them.
She missed sound recordings of Senor Madrigal shaping the consider to turn over control of guiding his operation to her. Cesar might never countenance it but Madrigal’s lieutenants would likely honor the spate, extremely since an all-out combat would likely get them killed.
The DEA was so darn smug when they made the recording, that it was easy to root for La Fiera to avoid their malware arrangement. I almost praised when she plucked out the air-gap computer.
Sandra was right, the DEA underestimates her and Angela, chiefly because they’re ladies.
Underestimating La Fiera is ludicrous. For a woman to reach that elevation in such a chauvinistic world, she must be incredibly intelligent, clever, and strong.
Agent: I shouldn’t have sent in a novice.Lopez: When you look at her all you see is a woman from a third-world country with a 4th-grade education. But she’s smarter than you.Agent: Oh, really. But not you? Lopez: No, she probably is. But I’m humble enough to know that, which is why I’m going to be the one who takes her down.
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And La Fiera likewise proved she could be downright brutal because the second thing she required was for Cesar to abide by losing his child the highway she lost hers. Harper was correct when she said the woman lost her exclusively sense of humanity when her son was killed.
I can’t say I pondered very much of Cesar. What wanna-be drug lord leaves his lover and child alone and unprotected, extremely when he knows he’s in the middle of a war. Yes, there appeared to be security around the perimeter but there was no one at the house.
His father clearly made the right decision in handing over control to La Fiera.
Also, I clearly overestimated Galena. I meditated Nolan was in big trouble when La Fiera’s top crony attracted that bayonet, but Nolan managed himself extremely well. Even Bradford was impressed.
But will Cesar simply put his posterior between his legs and go home now that La Fiera has that recording? Is this war genuinely over?
Let’s hope so, especially for the sake of Angela and Wesley’s upcoming nuptial!
The stimulant fight also opened up a perilous opportunity for Lucy.
Being propagandized into undercover work before you’ve had the appropriate training seems negligent, but Lucy is aroused about this next step. Lucy even felt as though she’d be telling Sgt. Grey down if she wasn’t ready to go and I hope she took his response to heart.
It’s not about letting me down, Officer Chen. There is no failure in conclusion yourself unprepared for a position you didn’t prepare for.
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Every research Harper employed her through find reasonably predictable. From the grill person being an officer, to not blowing her cover when Tamara appeared to be in trouble, and even the threat that “Coco” was about to be set on fire; as a observer, I recognise all of them as a set up from the beginning.
But if Lucy could get through the faux abduction and still want to go into this line of work, even after she was shut into a cannon by a serial executioner last year, then more superpower to her.
The most surprising change of the hour was the reappearance of Officer Doug Stanton, in outfit and back on wall street.
Jackson had every right to be furious. Not merely had Stanton set him up to be beaten to death, but now he was badmouthing Jackson to any policeman who are capable of listen, and a lot of them were doing just that.
I couldn’t condemned Jackson for going to Prof. Ryan for help when he felt like he had spent all of his alternatives within the LAPD but Grey wasn’t wrong in what going to the press would accomplish.
West: If my life is worth less to the department than a prosecution, then why should I be safeguarded? Grey: You shouldn’t. You should protect you. And I’m telling you, going on TV, going on blast will just cause the department to circle the wagons. They will shield Doug to defend their own reputation. You will be inadvertently making a martyr out of him and isolating yourself.
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It was Fiona’s attitude that inconvenienced me. She was happy to push Jackson to go on TV for the good of the movement but didn’t seem to care that he’d destroy any hope that he had for a vocation in the LAPD, which was his lifelong dream.
Jackson had every right to make this battle public, but he too had the most to lose by doing so. Thankfully, Sgt. Grey stepped in and found another option.
Was that alternative perfect? Not even close, but showing that bodycam footage stopped Stanton from drawing himself as the victim. How countless cops will want to partner with him now that they’ve seen him defined another officer up to die?
I hope they follow up on this story. I’m curious to see what happens with Doug Stanton next.
Finally, as much fun as it was to watch Bradford scramble with the wedding RSVPs and Nolan spinning fibs to help, it was even better to hear the real conversation they shared about Nolan’s desire to become a training officer.
Tim was discerned on where reference is confronted Nolan about his incitement. It wasn’t long ago that John wanted to become a detective instead.
And being a cop who has to partner with an untrained rookie and learn them the ropes while doing the job must be annoying and risky.
Nolan: Any suggestion? Bradford: Think how hard it is doing this job. Now, think about doing it while babysitting an armed toddler.
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In a lot of ways, it was possible to the excellent standing for Nolan. He’s calm, urging, empathetic, and has a lot of common sense.
But maybe he should just be a cop on his own for a while before learning how to civilize someone else.
So what did you think, TV Fanatics?
Were you sickened to see Doug Stanton back in uniform?
Was Sgt. Grey’s solution adequate, or should Jackson still consider going to the press?
Is this dope war truly over, and is this the last we’ll investigate of La Fiera?
Is Lucy ready to go undercover long-term?
And what are the curious that Angela and Wesley’s wedding goes off without a hitch?
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