“The Rookie” What’s Next for Chen ford- And Could “Feds” Catch Rosalind?

The Rookie reported back to Season 5 duty and immediately provided the crowd with their wishes! It was then possible to rip off the same thing yet. In a nutshell: Long-flirty friends Lucy Chen (Melissa O’Neil) and Tim Bradford (Eric Winter) eventually realized it wasn’t just that they were experiencing L.A. heat between them in an undercover operation, similar to the way serial murderer Rosalind Dyer (Annie Wersching) got away in the process of going to trial. As she was frightened that her former abductor was on run, Lucy powered through, finally rescuing Tim after their undercover operation turned out to be a disaster.

They ended up at her home and, just as it seemed like they’d headed for the blankets of a much more delicious kind, their hookup ran into an issue when it was discovered the fact that Rosalind had left Lucy’s lover Chris (Kanoa Goo) bleeding out on the couch. Let’s just say that the mood wasn’t the only thing that caused to die in the show. After watching the episode we called showrunner Alexi Hawley to conduct an interview.

Let’s get down to the Chenford things, since there is a very thin line in cheating them, how many discussions were there about “How close are we to getting the other side of the point of cheating?” What happens at the final point will be the sole thing stopping them from entering the very grey area.

Alexi Hawley Alexi Hawley. Yeah. I’m thinking that way. You know at the way we left last season, you know…the manner in which we finished last season with a kiss? This was supposed to be a joke but it actually gave us a way to open a door the audience wanted to be opened for quite a while. It was like we had to go through this. 

Lucy tried to dismiss that in her hotel room, talking about it being an innate fact. With this kind of intimacy If you don’t feel something it’s dead. It was that frozen moment towards the end of the film when they could have done something. It will have real-world consequences in the wake of the cliffhanger as well as the Chris aspect of it all.

It’s obvious that Lucy feels extremely guilty because it was Rosalyn took aim at Chris because she did not testify and also because she didn’t play the game of Rosalyn. Why wouldn’t she be incredibly guilt-ridden and conflicted over that?

I was thinking she would pursue Bailey (Jenna Dewan).


Why, then, would Tim been the one to bring up their possible feelings? He’s typically the one with a more polished appearance than the other two.

Well, yes. But He was the one who talked about it to Lopez about it at the beginning. He brings it up , and she can see through the issue. She’s thinking, “Why are we talking about this if it’s just not an issue?” [Laughs] So what I love about this is that it’s actually Tim who’s been the most affected by this. 

It was a great moment in the plane that she’s thinking “We’re supposed to hook up right this area” and she dives into the cockpit and screws him up…he’s slightly surprised when he gets home. I thought it was amazing. It was a bit surprising however, we can be sure that it’s true If Tim does not deny it.

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I would like to thank you both for not taking the usual path when they found out that Rosalind was able to escape and also for acknowledging how good they are at this covert thing. They didn’t even show any hand even once. There were no glares or stuttering. When Tim states, “You’re really good at this,” I had already been thinking about how good they were!

Yeah. I think that was an amazing moment. As we broke the story, it was such a wonderful surprise. What happens for Lucy when she discovers that she’s it’s in the middle an operation in which she’s undercover and Rosalind is escaping? We get into an eerie bubble over her while she ponders the situation and that’s the reason Tim takes her into the bathroom. Because he’s aware that she’s in a tense more. It was it was a great idea to get them in trouble during the course of an operation.

We also saw the emotional shorthand they can use without having to signify one another.

Exactly. He’s just aware. One of the reasons why people love their chemistry is that they have a common appreciation. While they’re different, and they’re very different, there’s an acronym, but there’s an underlying connection and that’s the reason they’re great when they’re together.

What is the amount this will cause her to lose her job going forward? Since I’m certain that she’s headed for undercover training. Is that correct?

Yes, she’s done a few and we’ll perform a bit more to come. But, you are right, I believe that this could turn her around. The appeal of the undercover mission is the fact that she’s discovered what she didn’t have any idea about, do you think? We’d put her in the position to be a good undercover cop when Harper took her under her wing in Season 3. 

It was a simple realization that to be an undercover officer and succeed, requires lots of training as well as a lot of effort. It’s not an easy task. There’s actually an undercover academy that you attend, but the problem isn’t easy to gain entry and you must be invited, and the rest of it. We’ll definitely explore this a more. Then, yeah she’ll be totally exiled. In other words, Chris was targeted because of her, and that’s going to be a major impact.

Does this mean that Tim returns to his previous relationship and attempts to get it working while she’s working on things?

In the end, as he states during the show, he’s currently dating Ashley and Lucy is dating Chris and the relationship isn’t changing, is it? That’s why, as you mentioned they got close to engaging in something that could be morally wrong but they’ll need to consider it in the cold and harsh light of daytime.

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Okay. Then John (Nathan Fillion) )….is an actor with a golden Ticket is it a thing?

It’s real Yes, it’s true. You can’t, of course, pick to be the chief of police. But what you can pick is to join any of these divisions that can train you for any job you’d like to do. That’s why we have great fun with roll-calls with “Don’t become a detective, take this.

“That’s right, “If you go into the recruiting process, they’ll transport you across the nation,” and “If you join K-9, you’ll get the dog,” which is true and amazing. We’ve enjoyed the truth of this. You are free to choose the route you’d like to take.

What is the length of time you think Annie Wersching being able remain? You’ve established Rosalind as a fantastic character who can be a constant villain and an antagonist to the whole team. It’s not only John as well as Lucy.

Right, right. There’s definitely an arc we’ve crafted with her all over the world. The way it plays out I’m not willing to divulge the end of it however, we did want to tell you about it. We’re always looking to improve our stories, and it gets more difficult the longer you’re with us. 

This seemed like something we’d never ever done before, that kind of “Rosalind is on the loose and when will we see her? What’s she doing?” I love the not knowing from episode episode whether this will be an actual Rosalind episode.

Have you thought about making her The Rookie: Feds and inviting federal agents to track her down? Since she’s an female serial killer on the on the loose. She’d be included on their list.

I’m not going to give any details However, there’s an element of crossover that we’re going to be doing Yes. Because it’s fun, this is the fun of Rookie: Feds and they’re located in L.A ….so we can make that happen. So, we can offer everything from a one-scene cross-over to complete storyline crossovers.

The Rookie, Sundays, 10/9c, ABC.

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