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He Sleeps With the Chips
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Season One, Episode Nine
Air date March 17, 2010
Directed by Phil Earnshaw
Written by Perry Chafe
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He Sleeps With the Chips is the nineth episode in the first season and the nineth in the series.

PlotEdit

When a dubious chip truck owner notices his truck is missing - along with his driver/best buddy - he cons Jake into taking the case; Martin really crosses a line with Rose and she takes matters into her own hands; and Jake’s divorce becomes final and he’s happy to tell Leslie that he’s now a free-agent. But Leslie’s just been bumped up the ladder with a promotion to Sergeant, and her eye is on the job, not Jake Doyle.

StarringEdit

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MinorEdit

QuotesEdit

  • Des: Where's this going, man? Two men, chip truck, alone in a secluded area...
    Jake: Just relax.
    Des: I don't know, man. (he looks around)
    Jake: We're about to enter a crime scene. You have to be careful about everything that you touch. Do you understand?
    Des: Yeah, I understand. I'm not stupid, you know!
    Jake: Yes, you are. You know what, in fact, stay here. Don't follow me, don't touch anything, just... (he walks away)
    Des: What am I going to touch? Nothing to touch.
  • Des: So you never saw any faces?
    Ziggy: Did you notice the masks?
    Des: Yeah, I did, but maybe they put the masks on after they attacked you, did you ever think of that?
  • Jake: Oh my god.
    Des: What, did you think I was...
    Jake: Des, just...
    Des: Shut up? I know.

MusicEdit

"Its You" performed by Liam Titcomb
"Circles" performed by Jetset Motel
"She Only Loves Me" performed by Matthew Hornell & The Diamond Minds
"Troubadours" performed by Ian Foster Band
"Trikes and Bikes" performed by Gazeebow Unit
"Ode To Newfoundland" performed by Shallaway – Newfoundland & Labrador Youth in Chorus

Republic of DoyleSeason 1
Fathers and SonsThe Return of the Grievous AngelDuchess of GeorgeBlood is Thicker Than BloodHit and RumThe One Who Got AwayThe Woman Who Knew Too LittleThe Tell-Tale SafeHe Sleeps With the ChipsThe Pen Is Mightier Than the DoyleA Horse DividedThe Fall of the Republic