The west-side war comes to a head in the series finale. Also: Muldoon shares a night on the town with Christine and makes a decision; Duffy receives surprising news; and Bullman's feelings for Fortune intensify.
Muldoon puts Shea to the test to see if he's worthy of a place in Public Morals. Meanwhile, Rusty and Kay at last spend quality time together; Fortune's mother arrives in town; and Kane returns to Hell's Kitchen. Edward Burns wrote and directed the episode.
Muldoon juggles tensions at home, all while warning Latucci about a relationship and pursuing the Pattons. Meanwhile, Lt. King helps a former flame; Kane and Hopkins plot revenge while in hiding; and Patton questions his brother's loyalty. Edward Burns wrote and directed the episode.
A search for Smitty's killer puts Muldoon and Bullman in the line of fire. Elsewhere, Deirdre and Sean discover they're not on the same page; Duffy and Barbara bask in a boozy night; Sgt. Mike tries to gain traction in the Mr. O murder probe; and O'Bannon is tested. Edward Burns wrote and directed the episode.
Rusty seeks revenge after discovering two of his soldiers were murdered. Meanwhile, Latucci's friendship with a mobster is questioned, Bullman's relationship with a high-end call girl is complicated, and Smitty's role as a boss brings him danger.
Shea partners with O'Bannon, who ultimately has fun at Shea's expense. Meanwhile, Muldoon and Latucci tap into the perks of the job when on a double date with their wives, and Kane initiates a plan to avenge Mr. O's death.
Mr. O's wake is held, bringing together Muldoon and the west-side Irish Mob. Meanwhile, Patton and his son clash over who should control Mr. O's bookmaking operation; Mr. O's enforcer considers waging war against Patton's crew; and Muldoon receives a tip about an illegal card game.
Muldoon investigates his uncle's murder. Meanwhile, romance blooms between Sean O'Bannon and his best friend's sister, and newbie cop Shea takes in the fun side of the job when he's taken to a private, illegal casino.
Officer Terry Muldoon (Edward Burns) gives a warning to his gangster uncle and schools a new division recruit in the series premiere of this drama that delves into the crime-fighting efforts of the Public Morals Division in 1960s New York City.