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The Sixth Season (and possibly the entire series) comes to a close with the wedding of Andy (Missy Peregrym) and Sam (Ben Bass), and the day is not without the added drama fans have come to expect from the show over the past six years. Despite the various obstacles, the pair eventually get their journey down the aisle completing the arc of the show’s longest running relationship. The officers of 15 Division also gets some good news as the core group learns they will all be staying together (whether or not the show comes back for a Seventh Season).

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In the final episode before the season finale, “Breaking Up the Band” introduces the idea of major shake-ups with 15 Division should Rookie Blue get renewed for another season. It seems the corruption within the department has the higher-ups discussing city-wide transfers which could mean several new faces if the show does indeed get renewed (a possibility the show’s dismal ratings are making less possible). Andy‘s (Missy Peregrym) reaction to Sam‘s (Ben Bass) new fatherhood is one of the major storylines covered in the episode as “Breaking Up the Band” also teases a break-up between the pair. Cooler heads prevail and it looks like, renewed or cancelled, fans of the show will indeed get to see a wedding before the season comes to a close.

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For some the recent scandal is easier to put behind them then others. Oliver (Matt Gordon) returns to 15 Division as a beat cop deciding he’s had enough of the politics behind the desk. Traci (Enuka Okuma) cuts off all ties to Steve Peck (Adam MacDonald). Meanwhile Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) is stuck with her brother being brought up on charges and a friend who continues to be distant while being forced to spend the day with Steve’s old partner (Katharine Isabelle) who decides to take out her aggression on the closest Peck she can find.

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While Traci (Enuka Okuma) struggles with the realization that her boyfriend is a dirty cop, Sam (Ben Bass) attempts to convince Oliver (Matt Gordon) to stay and fight the charges rather than resign, and Andy (Missy Peregrym), Epstein (Gregory Smith), Nick (Peter Mooney), and Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) set a trap for Commissioner Alonso Santana (Richard Chevolleau) in a last-ditch attempt to prove Oliver’s innocence.

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With the rest of the department dealing with a missing Autistic child that leaves the newly-engaged Andy (Missy Peregrym) and Sam (Ben Bass) until the end of the day to prove Oliver‘s (Matt Gordon) innocence before Juliet’s report official marks him as the chief suspect in the bombing of the precinct. Enlisting the help of both Epstein (Gregory Smith) and Traci (Enuka Okuma), the pair track down the missing witness who disappeared with his daughter after he sold the explosives. Although the result of their investigation will make Oliver look only more guilty, Traci will make a discovery which will shake her world and force her to make some hard decisions in the very near future.

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While Nick (Peter Mooney) and Oliver (Matt Gordon) are forced to make hard choices involving family members 15 Division is on the lookout for an escaped prisoner and former MMA fighter who stabbed his doctor before fleeing the hospital. Back in the field for the first time, a situation he discovers is less appealing then he remembers now that the case into the bombing has been officially shut down, Epstein (Gregory Smith) works with Diaz (Travis Milne) to find the missing con and bring him in.

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While Sam (Ben Bass) and Marlo (Rachael Ancheril) deal with a pregnancy scare at a routine doctor’s office visit Andy (Missy Peregrym), Juliet (Erin Karpluk), Nick (Peter Mooney), and Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) run into trouble when a routine prisoner transfer turns into a full scale prison riot separating the group from each other and any help from the outside. The episode jumps from the hospital to the various officers inside the prison and back to 15 Division as Traci (Enuka Okuma) begins an investigation into the connection between the two prisoners scheduled to be transferred and the a disgraced prison guard who knows far more about the situation that he’s revealed.

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Rookie Blue returns for its Sixth Season (with episodes technically shot for the second-half the show’s truncated Fifth Season) as Andy (Missy Peregrym) and Sam (Ben Bass) return from their romantic vacation to face new challenges. On their first night back Sam discovers Marlo (Rachael Ancheril) is four months pregnant with his child while Andy is attacked by a serial rapist in Traci‘s (Enuka Okuma) apartment (who was the attacker’s original target). To the surprise of no longtime viewer of the show, Andy and Sam’s romantic bliss certainly didn’t last long.

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for the season premiere of Rookie Blue (and the Fifth Season’s second episode), episodes of Wander Over Yonder and Teen Titans Go!, comic reviews of She-Hulk and Dexter’s Laboratory, and look backs at DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story and another episode of Batman: The Animated Series.

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New relationships and new cases are on tap for the Canadian cops as the adventures of Officer Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) and 15 Division continue in a season highlighted by Swarek‘s (Ben Bass) new girlfriend Cruz (Rachael Ancheril) and her obsession with a suspect (Michael Cram) which will end in lies and blood when he begins targeting the officers leading into the the season finale.

Frank (Lyriq Bent) and Noelle (Melanie Nicholls-King) will finally get married, after loosing Nick (Peter Mooney) to Andy, Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) will find love in an unexpected place with a forensic pathologist (Aliyah O’Brien), Oliver (Matt Gordon) will finally close the book on his marriage and find love with a Wicca named Celery (Emily Hampshire), after fighting his feelings for weeks Epstein (Gregory Smith) will finally begin a relationship with Chloe (Priscilla Faia), and Diaz‘s (Travis Milne) world will be completely turned upside down when he leaves the Division, his son is kidnapped, and later when he discovers he isn’t the boy’s biological father.

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