Dottie, a beloved Boston police sergeant, infamous for always solving the case and being the last one to leave the bar, tries an early retirement and now must figure out what to do with the rest of her life.
Shortly after retiring, Dottie, a beloved Boston police sergeant, must learn to live outside of the precinct she’s spent her whole life being a part of. How can Dottie, who has dedicated her life to the police force, ever find something to occupy her time without leading her right back into the job she’s just left?
The answer: she tries a number a hilarious distractions while drinking and bicycling all over town. Whether it’s reconnecting with her children and ex-husbands, exploring the dating scene, hanging out with her hard-partying best friend Colleen and her four crazy children, or helping the high school basketball team win a state championship, Dottie is in for one hell of a surprise.
When a dead body rolls up on shore in Dottie’s town, she has to decide if learning to live outside the precinct is really all it's cracked up to be. The call to keep living her hard-partying lifestyle with her crazy friends and also to avoid her old lover and former boss, Captain McHale, leaves Dottie with a tough call to make.
This small Boston town will never be the same. Not only does the murder turn out to resemble a 30-year-old cold case, gaining national attention, but it also forces Dottie and this hard-partying group to try and get...SOBER.
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