Cop and a Half: New Recruit

Synopsis: A precocious kid and a police officer join forces to catch a criminal at large.
Production: Imagine Entertainment
97 min

I just had it waxed.

All right, we're gonna

do it the hard way.


All right, stop whining.

You drop something, Quintero?

Looks like drugs.

That ain't mine.

You know who I am?

You used to be Nick McKenna

before you lost a step.


Oh, I'm sorry.

I broke the nose.

And I gotta fix it.

I'm s... Let me fix this.

I think I can fix it.

- Ooh.

- Aaah!


I should've been a doctor.

It's all right.

Sorry about the disturbance.

All right, put your hands out.

You know the drill.

Now I'm gonna tie you to the car,

'cause I don't want you

gettin' in my car, all right?


You know why?

Because you stink like garbage.

Okay, you ready?

And we'll just take

this little evidence along.

[Engine Starting]

You overweight rat.

You're a sore loser.

Hey, McKenna, come on, man.

Listen, this is not civilized.

He's makin' that fool run

all the way back to the station.

Damn you, McKenna. You're not gonna

do this. Not the freeway!

Let's get out of here.

- Good-bye.

- See you later.

You're late.



Grandma, you won't believe

what me and Ray saw.

"What Ray and I saw."

The school called again, Devon.

What'd the school say?

Devon, you gotta stop

playin' stupid cop games.

- They're not stupid.

- And just start taking responsibility.

But if I were a policeman,

I probably could take care of you...

and get my own apartment someday.

I'll take care of myself.

You just learn to take care of yourself.

Honey, did you see my keys?

- You're going to work?

- Yes, yes, I'm going to work.

The keys are in the ashtray,

next to my handcuffs.

The hospital's shorthanded.

I gotta sub again.

But tonight's the night

we watch Miami Vice together.

Don't you think I wish I could just

sit back and watch TV with you?

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