If you are a fan of ABC Nathan Fillion-to highlight The recruit then you are probably thinking that there is no such thing as a “special” episode in the popular series. I mean, they are all special, right? But we still mark this one as special because it features the return of Jenna DewanFirefighter (and soon to be regular in the series) Bailey Nune is back on our screens. And what could be more “special” to welcome it again than with a city that is torn apart during a treasure hunt to find buried gold. At least that’s what’s going to happen if Nolan (Fillion) and the team don’t get there first and quickly. Meanwhile, Bradford (Eric Winter).
Now here’s a preview of tonight’s episode âPoetic Justice,â followed by a preview of the episode and a preview of the original promo:
The Rookie Season 4 Episode 6 “Poetic Justice”: Officer Nolan and his team search for a buried stash of gold before the treasure hunters are injured. Meanwhile, Bradford is tasked with encouraging the oldest cop at the station to retire and invites him to come upstairs with him. Jenna Dewan as Bailey Nune, Tru Valentino as Aaron Thorsen, Peter Onorati as Officer Jerry McGrady and Roland Buck III as Spike. Written by Bill Rinier and Natalie Callaghan and directed by Chi-yoon Chung.
The recruit stars Nathan Fillion like John Nolan, Mekia cox like Nyla Harper, Alyssa diaz like Angela Lopez, Richard T. Jones as Sergeant Wade Gray, Titus Makin Jr. like Jackson West, Melissa O’Neil as Lucy Chen, and Eric Winter like Tim Bradford. Hawley writes and executive produces, with Marc Gordon, Fillion, Michelle Chapman, Jon Steinberg, Bill Norcross, Terence Paul Winter, and Rob bowman also serving as executive producers on the series. The recruit is a co-production with Entertainment One (eOne) and ABC Studios.