Shades of Blue airs on NBC tonight with an all-new Sunday, August 12, season 3 episode 9 called, “Goodnight, Sweet Prince,” and we have your weekly Shades Of Blue recap below. On tonight’s Shades of Blue season 3 episode 8 as per the ABC synopsis, “Harlee uncovers a betrayal. Cole tries to avoid Ramsey’s reach. Wozniak attempts to negotiate with the intelligence unit.”
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The whole city was looking for Wozniak on tonight’s episode of “Shades of the Blue”. They had all been fed the same line about Woz and how he was supposedly involved in this terrorist cell, however, Woz wasn’t a terrorist. He had just made enemies out of some very powerful people. Woz had kidnapped a cartel leader’s son and had upset the Intelligence Unit. In other words, there was one group that everyone knew was dirty and the other that can hide behind their badge. The Intelligence Unite was run by Ramsey and Ramsey wasn’t uncomfortable with people he didn’t trust knowing his secret. It was why he was also searching for one of his former detectives. Cole was at least safe because he knew better than to tell anyone how to reach him and so both Harlee, as well as the crew, were hoping to flip Cole on his former boss.
Cole saw a lot when he was working for the Intelligence Unit. He could testify against all of them and so the crew wanted to bring him in though Cole wasn’t having it. He didn’t feel safe. Cole didn’t want to stick his neck out unless he knew he was going to live to see another day and he also didn’t believe in Harlee’s assurances. She and the rest of her crew could barely protect Woz. Woz had been staying at Harlee’s place and he had been forced to move in quite a hurry because Harlee found herself in some trouble. Her car had gotten taken by the police that was investigating her for Gina’s murder. She knew that she didn’t do it and that Stahl must be back in New York, so what she didn’t understand was why she was suddenly under investigation. She had taken everything she had to Agent Meyers because Meyers was allegedly looking for Stahl.
The whole FBI was looking for Stahl. Stahl had been one of their own that went off the rails and kidnapped a woman. He was facing some serious charges if ever resurfaced and Harlee believed he did. He must have killed Gina because she was one of the few people that knew about his deteriorating mental state and so Harlee had gone back to the FBI once her car was taken. She sought out Meyers and had asked the other woman why she was suspect. Harlee had handed over the murder weapon and somehow that hadn’t been enough. She wanted to know why and Meyers wasn’t giving her good reason. All she would say was that she passed the information on and so Harlee was about to ask another question when she noticed the earpiece on Meyers’s desk. It was small and could easily be hidden. And therefore Harlee asked if it got good reception.
Harlee then asked if it could be used in the interrogation room because she knew there had been something off about Meyer’s behavior when she was questioning Harlee. Harlee hadn’t even bothered to stay around to get answers because she knew, from the moment she saw that earpiece, that Meyers couldn’t be trusted and so she went back to her office. Harlee later told Loman all about it and together they went over footage from the MTA. The detective had thought about it and she realized that if Meyers couldn’t be trusted then anything that Meyers said or did could be trusted either. Including when the agent sent her video of the subway that made Harlee thought she was seeing things. She knew she saw Stahl following her and so she took another look at the footage with the difference being that it came directly from the MTA.