Rookie Blue Review: We Can't All Be Poster Boys
Rookie Blue was back and better than ever as "Class Dismissed" had everyone's relationships in flux and no one was on solid ground.
After last week's episode, I was glad to see Sam and Andy looking so happy and spending time in Andy's bed. After their cold start in the season premiere it was a relief to know things had heated up between our dynamic duo.
Andy was really playing the girl card as she got insecure about Sam taking off to meet up with Jerry. Was she seriously pushing for them to move in together already? It certainly felt like it.
I loved when Sam deflected her serious relationship conversation with the mention of yoga class. I just can't picture Sam doing yoga. Then again, I might like to picture Sam doing yoga.
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Sam's right. Andy's moving way too fast. She nearly married Luke, then jumped into bed with Sam. She promised him a relationship and then didn't call him for three months and now she's anxious to take things to the next level.
I love Sam and Andy together but if they're going to last they need to take things slow and enjoy the ride. The plus side is that it will allow fans to enjoy it too.
In other news, Dov lost a police car. Honestly, do a lot of cops leave their keys in their cruisers because that seems pretty dumb? Still, I felt for Dov. He tries so hard but can't quite get it right and thinking about Dov on the SWAT team is a little scary.
Dov was still with the bomb squad chick, whom I like but it felt like he and Gail never really got a their chance. I'm hoping they find their way back to one another sometime in the near future.
And I had no idea what suicide drills were but with a name like that I had only one question. Why? I might want Dov and Gail together eventually but if Sue and Dov were willing to do suicide drills to impress one another, I'd guess they're going to be together for a while.
The high school kids who stole the car were stupid, but realistically so. Everyone feels invincible when they're that age. Some of us were smart enough to grow out of it. Of course getting caught selling a shot gun to someone and stealing a police car might help them learn the realities of life a whole lot quicker.
Chris' poster was hysterical. Dov looked so jealous until he saw the graffiti. But I did wonder where Noelle's posters were hanging.
Finally there's a few quick side notes…
- Happy to hear Noelle and the baby were OK.
- Very sad to find out Ollie and his wife have separated. He adores his family.
- Chris was great with the kid. He'll make a great dad some day.
- What are the odds of next week's episode opening with Peck and Collins in bed together?
- I always love how intense Sam gets when Andy's in danger and he's not by her side. I might never get enough of that.
With the summer schedule causing most of my network favorites to disappear, it's great to have Rookie Blue back once again.
Rookie Blue: "Class Dismissed"
C. Orlando is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer. Follow her on Twitter.