Feb 24, 2011 9:22 AM EST
Adam Goldberg has joined Robert De Niro's cop drama pilot Rookies, Entertainment Weekly reports.The CBS project revolves around six new NYPD cops tryi… Read more
A police drama focusing on zany yet secretive detectives at a New York City homicide department.
Premiered: April 8, 2009
Beaumont and Cole interview a couple regarding a break-in at their home. Although nothing was taken, the couple discovered that an adult film they rented was shot in their apartment. After Delahoy and Banks identify other apartments used in the series of adult films, Cole finds a common thread between all of the dysfunctional tenants. Hoping to set the scene for another movie, Beaumont and Cole go undercover. Meanwhile Scraeger becomes emotionally invested in trying to help a serial accuser who was the victim of a violent attack 10 years ago after disappearing from a big prep school party, on "The Unusuals."
Walsh and Shraeger investigate the murder of drug store owner and naturalist who was shot running down a Lower East Side street naked. When the boyfriend of the victim's daughter informs the detectives about an argument the victim had with a loan shark a few nights earlier, the case turns in a new direction. Meanwhile Beaumont and Cole look into the theft of a series of tapes from an apology line service, and Delahoy gets more than he bargained for when he convinces the medical examiner to give him an MRI, on "The Unusuals."
While Sergeant Brown is away, Alvarez is in charge, and things aren't going well. A U.S. Marshall named Foster convinces Alvarez to release Bo Keebler, a man recently collared for trying to rob a Chinese restaurant, into his custody. But after a fake bomb threat is called in to the precinct, Casey, Alvarez and Walsh discover that Foster is not all that he seems. Meanwhile, Banks decides to stay in his apartment till he turns 43 years old to avoid getting killed on "The Unusuals."
Casey and Walsh are placed on protection detail of a wealthy businessman, George Reed, who had recent threats made on his life. Casey and Walsh hear screams and are pulled away from their post in front of Reed's hotel room. When they return, Reed's room is trashed, he is missing, and a ransom call is made asking for $10 million for his safe return. Meanwhile, Banks and Delahoy are put on the case of an eighty-seven year old man on a geriatric crime spree on "The Unusuals."