The Best Episodes of Against the Wall
Last Updated: Jun 22, 2019
Abby Kowalski, a five year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, who in order to pursue her dream career as a detective takes the only opening available; in the Internal Affairs Division. Abby's decision to join the department's internal affairs division puts her at odds with members of her own family, themselves members of the Chicago Police Department. Now Abby must find a way to do her job as an IAD detective without tearing her family apart.
#3 - Baby, Did A Bad Thing
Season 1 - Episode 5
Abby and Lina investigate a stripper's murder and discover she was killed at a private cop clubhouse where Don is a member. Meanwhile, Richie learns about Brody and Abby.
#4 - We Protect Our Own
Season 1 - Episode 13
When Don's ex-partner Paul is investigated for the death of his wife, Abby and Lina look into how she really died, which may lead to Don's old cases being reopened. Meanwhile, Lina worries if her partnership with Abby will change after the birth of her baby, and Abby's relationships with Danny and Brody heat up.
#5 - The Fifth Body
Season 1 - Episode 4
A woman's corpse disappears from the coroner's office and turns up in a twisted Internet video. Abby and Lina search for the body to ensure that the murderer doesn't go free.
#8 - We Have a Cop in Trouble Here
Season 1 - Episode 3
An ex-con accuses some police officers of harassment. Meanwhile, Abby is propositioned by the detective investigating Richie's shooting of a teen, and Sheila visits the mother of the boy Richie shot in an attempt to cope with her own grief.
#12 - Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head
Season 1 - Episode 2
Richie shoots a teenage boy in the line of duty. Meanwhile, Abby works with one of her heroes in a case involving a mob mole.
#13 - Second Chances
Season 1 - Episode 12
When Shelia hires ex-convicts in her bakery, Don starts to get worried about what the consequences could be for their family. Lina and Abby attempt to uncover what went wrong at a hazing of a recruitment academy in Chicago.