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'Rookie Blue' 5x06 photos: A case leads to someone connected to Sam

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It doesn't sound like Sam's going to be having a good day in the upcoming "Rookie Blue" season 5 episode 6, "Two Truths and a Lie," for which ABC released promotional photos on Tuesday, July 8. This is probably going to end up being one of those cases he really wishes he didn't have to work because this one is going to lead to someone who has a connection to him.

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In this "Rookie Blue" episode, after the grim discovery of a missing man's body in the trunk of his car, it's up to 15 Division to try to find out what happened to Brian Gowdy, a high school teacher with no apparent enemies. Andy and Sam are on the case and go on the road to interview a list of prison inmates, which leads them to someone with a surprising connection to Sam. (That has to be Sam's father, right? It has to be, especially after his conversation with his sister, Sarah, about their father in episode 2 of this season, "All by Her Selfie.")

Meanwhile, back at 15 Division, Traci is leading the investigation, and she realizes that they may have the wrong suspect. Everyone's going to be busy with this case. What got Brian killed if he has no apparent enemies – and who killed him?

The "Two Truths and a Lie" photos in the slideshow are all about Sam and Andy's trip to interview prison inmates – and they show one inmate in particular, who has to be Sam's father. What does he know about their case? Will he give them the information they need to solve it? More importantly, what will this mean for Sam emotionally? At least he has Andy there with him, but could this lead to them taking a step back in their relationship again? Also, check out two behind-the-scenes photos at the end of the slideshow of Andy in the prison.

"Rookie Blue" season 5 airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on ABC. What do you think of these episode 6 "Two Truths and a Lie" photos? Also, does anyone else want to see the 15 Division officers play a game of Two Truths and a Lie?

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