Andy tries her best to talk down Wanda, who grabs a knife. She chases after the kid when he bolts. BANG! Marlo shoots Wanda. Andy is ticked. She felt like she was getting through to Wanda until the kid startled her. Andy changes her tune when she gets back to the precinct. She thanks a visibly shaken Marlo for having her back and doing her job. Andy later lets Sam know that his new lady is great. She has a talent for knowing when to walk away when the odds are against her. That’s what she’s planning to do with Sam.
Gail wants Nick to try the disgusting drink she’s been using for a cleanse. That’s not going to happen. The two of them are cataloguing seized items when a man brings in an abandoned urn he found. Gail names the deceased guy in the jar Ernie. Get it? Actually, the guy’s name is Roy and his only remaining relative doesn’t want him. Gail decides to spread the guy’s ashes into the lake. The caring, romantic quality that Gail always tries to hide inspires Nick to try her disgusting drink as a show of commitment. In other commitment news, Chris ends up getting a tattoo of his son’s name on his arm.
Chloe realizes that the ATM robber is hitting machines in cool little neighborhoods with antique shops. These stores typically only accept cash. The suspect waits for shoppers to make large withdrawals. Dov and Chloe track down an art gallery owner with lots of tattoos. There’s a billboard above his place that reads “Life is Beautiful.” Chloe places the guy under arrest. Dov is impressed, but thinks they should keep their relationship professional from here on out. Besides, his ears need a rest from all her yammering. Still, Chloe doesn’t believe her new partner is completely opposed to getting to know her better personally in the future.