Zane's lawyer (Ami Brabson) humiliates him in court; Mike is shot at; Elizabeth confronts Beatrice.
Elizabeth's family attends her engagement party despite her estrangement from Mike.
Mike's fellow officers and his fiancee shun him; Beatrice drops a bomb on Zane; guest Celeste Holm.
Mike must decide whether or not to inform on a fellow officer.
Zane hears the story of the night his mother was murdered.
Mike is forced to partner with a sluggish veteran officer; Zane discovers a mysterious phone call his mother made before her murder.
A swastika is found painted on a Jew's store; Zane fights with Beatrice's new boyfriend.
A man shoots his child; Mike and Zane guard a man's remains; an officer attacks another; Zane copes with Beatrice's disappearance; wedding conflicts plague Mike.
Zane's 29th birthday brings painful memories; Mike has problems on and off the job.
Two New York City patrolmen (Mark Ruffalo, Derek Cecil) seek peace in their precinct by day and in their personal lives by night.