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63 00:03:20,940 --> 00:03:22,941 (mARK) interview of marcie turoff,

64 00:03:22,975 --> 00:03:26,144 agents benford and noh questioning.

65 00:03:26,178 --> 00:03:28,513 March 12, 2010.

66 00:03:28,547 --> 00:03:30,515 first thing we'd like to know is—67 00:03:30,549 --> 00:03:33,551 who came after us in that parking garage in d.c.? i don't know.

68 00:03:33,586 --> 00:03:37,889 who came after us in the parking garage in d.c.? i don't know.

69 00:03:37,923 --> 00:03:40,325 on to the next. are they still afts?

70 00:03:40,359 --> 00:03:43,628 i don't know. demetri.

71 00:03:43,662 --> 00:03:46,031 who killed ian mCkinnon? come on. let's go.

72 00:03:46,065 --> 00:03:49,300 is that who's coming after me? let's go.

73 00:03:51,804 --> 00:03:54,806 we need those answers.

74 00:03:54,840 --> 00:03:57,242 yeah, but there are a whole lot of other ones

75 00:03:57,276 --> 00:04:00,412 we need to get to first. listen, dem.

76 00:04:00,446 --> 00:04:03,648 you think i don't have march 15TH circled

77 00:04:03,682 --> 00:04:05,083 in my calendar, too?

78 00:04:05,117 --> 00:04:08,219 we both know there's a chance you'll die in three days.

79 00:04:08,254 --> 00:04:10,255 look, you keep chasing down leads.

80 00:04:10,289 --> 00:04:12,757 i'll let you know when we're ready for your questions,

81 00:04:12,792 --> 00:04:14,392 all right?

82 00:04:14,460 --> 00:04:17,762 hey, janis, i need your help in here with marcie. me?

83 00:04:17,797 --> 00:04:19,597 what, you got something more important

84 00:04:19,632 --> 00:04:21,599 than grilling our mole?

85 00:04:21,634 --> 00:04:24,102 no. of course not.

86 00:04:31,677 --> 00:04:35,613 what were your duties?

87 00:04:35,648 --> 00:04:38,483 every week, i'd take whatever information there was

88 00:04:38,517 --> 00:04:42,287 in the mosaic investigation and leave it at a dead drop.

89 00:04:42,321 --> 00:04:44,522 who recruited you?

90 00:04:47,026 --> 00:04:50,095 i was approached by a man three months before the blackout hit.

91 00:04:50,129 --> 00:04:51,863 what was his name?

92 00:04:51,897 --> 00:04:55,166 all in due time.

93 00:04:55,201 --> 00:04:58,303 he asked if i wanted to be a part of something big.

94 00:04:58,337 --> 00:05:00,371 and you said yes.

95 00:05:03,476 --> 00:05:05,977 you think i sold out my friends and my country,

96 00:05:06,011 --> 00:05:08,179 but... you don't know me.

97 00:05:10,149 --> 00:05:12,417 why don't you enlighten us?

98 00:05:14,086 --> 00:05:16,754 come on. don't you remember my flash-forward?

99 00:05:20,025 --> 00:05:22,861 no, you don't, 'cause neither of you

100 00:05:22,895 --> 00:05:25,463 ever bothered to ask me what i saw.

101 00:05:25,498 --> 00:05:27,465 (WHOOSH)

102 00:05:27,500 --> 00:05:30,568 i was incarcerated.

103 00:05:33,572 --> 00:05:35,440 that didn't cross your mind

104 00:05:35,474 --> 00:05:38,476 when you shot six of your fellow agents?

105 00:05:38,511 --> 00:05:41,012 (FIRING)

106 00:05:41,046 --> 00:05:42,480 it did.

107 00:05:42,515 --> 00:05:44,449 but even though i was in jail,

108 00:05:44,483 --> 00:05:46,751 i was happier than i've been in years.

109 00:05:46,785 --> 00:05:50,688 (WHOOSH) i thought we'd have to beg for life without parole.

110 00:05:50,723 --> 00:05:53,691 i told you they'd come around. until i tell them

111 00:05:53,726 --> 00:05:56,628 who recruited me, i'm indispensable. for the first time since i got here,

112 00:05:56,662 --> 00:05:58,997 i actually felt like i was important.

113 00:06:05,538 --> 00:06:08,339 (wEDECK) i need you mark.

114 00:06:12,444 --> 00:06:14,946 these are our guests from Washington.

115 00:06:14,980 --> 00:06:17,549 and while they're grateful for all our efforts

116 00:06:17,583 --> 00:06:22,020 in apprehending agent turoff... oh, no. you gotta be kidding.

117 00:06:22,054 --> 00:06:24,989 director middleton feels more comfortable

118 00:06:25,024 --> 00:06:27,225 having such a highly valued target

119 00:06:27,259 --> 00:06:31,863 where he can keep an eye on her. and where he can give the press conferences himself.

120 00:06:31,897 --> 00:06:35,133 hear me out. we know her. we can read her.

121 00:06:35,167 --> 00:06:37,468 just give us one more day.

122 00:06:49,148 --> 00:06:50,815 i know it's frustrating,

123 00:06:50,849 --> 00:06:53,251 but let's try to get something positive done today—124 00:06:53,285 --> 00:06:55,620 like maybe get back to what caused the blackout.

125 00:06:55,654 --> 00:06:58,356 now i'll be out of the office for a couple of hours,

126 00:06:58,390 --> 00:06:59,757 so give me an update. dyson frost—127 00:06:59,792 --> 00:07:01,759 he's our best lead so far. where are we?

128 00:07:01,794 --> 00:07:03,695 i've left four messages. haven't heard back.

129 00:07:03,729 --> 00:07:07,365 i'm afraid he's just toying with us. the guy's been wanting to talk to you for 19 years,

130 00:07:07,399 --> 00:07:09,901 and now he's playing hard to get?

131 00:07:09,935 --> 00:07:13,271 shel, see what you can get by tracing frost's phone. yes, sir.

132 00:07:13,305 --> 00:07:15,240 hey, i just got a call from l.a.p.d.

133 00:07:15,274 --> 00:07:18,910 they've got a ballistics report saying that mark's gun,

134 00:07:18,944 --> 00:07:21,913 the one that's supposed to kill me in three days,

135 00:07:21,947 --> 00:07:25,917 was used in a muer last night.

136 00:07:51,573 --> 00:07:55,076 (mARK) so what do we know from the eyewitness reports?

137 00:07:55,110 --> 00:07:58,913 55-year-old, in his cot,

138 00:07:58,947 --> 00:08:01,082 presumably asleep.

139 00:08:01,116 --> 00:08:04,785 at 3:33 a.m., the shooter walked up to him,

140 00:08:04,820 --> 00:08:07,488 and a couple of insomniacs heard the victim say...

141 00:08:07,522 --> 00:08:12,526 i knew it would be you. i just didn't want to believe. "i knew it would be you. i just didn't want to believe."

142 00:08:12,561 --> 00:08:15,162 the shooter must have had a silencer on your gun.

143 00:08:15,197 --> 00:08:17,031 (MUFFLED SHOTS FIRE) (GASPS)

144 00:08:17,065 --> 00:08:21,435 he plugged him three times in the chest at close range.

145 00:08:23,171 --> 00:08:26,607 uh, do you want to put that thing away?

146 00:08:26,642 --> 00:08:28,709 sorry. thanks.

147 00:08:28,744 --> 00:08:30,344 physical description

148 00:08:30,379 --> 00:08:32,446 ranging from...

149 00:08:32,481 --> 00:08:36,117 5'5" white guy to a 6' Indian.

150 00:08:36,151 --> 00:08:37,718 another dead end.

151 00:08:37,753 --> 00:08:40,221 wasn't there something about a car?

152 00:08:40,255 --> 00:08:42,790 uh...

153 00:08:42,824 --> 00:08:47,261 somebody said they saw a 1970S blue sedan drive away—154 00:08:47,295 --> 00:08:48,863 foreign make.

155 00:08:48,897 --> 00:08:51,298 that's a start. (SCOFFS)

156 00:08:51,333 --> 00:08:54,702 l.a.p.d.'S gonna forward the victim's effects to us.

157 00:08:54,736 --> 00:08:56,637 can't wait to sift through that.

158 00:08:56,672 --> 00:08:59,240 forget about the shooter.

159 00:08:59,274 --> 00:09:02,843 who's the one other person we know who handled that gun?

160 00:09:02,878 --> 00:09:04,979 there were 40 agents in that evidence room.

161 00:09:05,013 --> 00:09:08,115 they were all cleared months ago.

162 00:09:08,150 --> 00:09:11,085 one of those agents marcie?

163 00:09:14,656 --> 00:09:16,524 (dEMETRI) marcie!

164 00:09:16,558 --> 00:09:20,127 stop! stop! you guys never give up.

165 00:09:20,162 --> 00:09:23,130 i need to talk to her. she's in our custody now.

166 00:09:23,165 --> 00:09:26,167 you can't take her. she's part of our investigation. i'm just doing my job, same as you doing yours.

167 00:09:26,201 --> 00:09:28,436 who'd you give my gun to, marcie? i don't know.

168 00:09:28,470 --> 00:09:30,504 come on. who has it? i don't know.

169 00:09:30,539 --> 00:09:32,840 come on. don't do this. we were friends.

170 00:09:32,874 --> 00:09:34,842 look, i'm sorry. really, i am.

171 00:09:34,876 --> 00:09:37,778 all i heard is that you're supposed to die in l.a.

172 00:09:37,813 --> 00:09:40,815 what? give me more specifics.

173 00:09:40,849 --> 00:09:43,084 who does it? when? it was a voice on the phone

174 00:09:43,118 --> 00:09:45,853 when i called to report the gun in lockup. who'd you call?

175 00:09:45,887 --> 00:09:48,856 a number. it was different every time.

176 00:09:48,890 --> 00:09:51,826 look, that's all i know. there isn't any more.

177 00:09:51,860 --> 00:09:54,028 look, you're gonna die in three days,

178 00:09:54,062 --> 00:09:57,164 and there's nothing you can do to stop it.

179 00:09:57,199 --> 00:09:59,834 i'm sorry.

180 00:10:01,403 --> 00:10:04,672 (WOMAN) come on. marcie, come on.

181 00:10:04,706 --> 00:10:09,009 marcie! marcie! marcie!

182 00:10:15,283 --> 00:10:17,251 (cHARLIE) come on, come on!

183 00:10:17,285 --> 00:10:18,334 sweetie, what is the hurry? we're here.

184 00:10:18,387 --> 00:10:21,289 i told him we'd be here by 2:00. we're late. who?

185 00:10:21,324 --> 00:10:22,758 dylan!

186 00:10:22,792 --> 00:10:25,560 (cHARLIE) hey, dylan.

187 00:10:25,595 --> 00:10:28,697 nuts to you, squirrlio! toot! toot! toot! toot!

188 00:10:28,731 --> 00:10:30,665 come on, dylan! okay, i'm coming.

189 00:10:30,700 --> 00:10:33,301 did you know about this?

190 00:10:33,336 --> 00:10:35,303 absolutely not.

191 00:10:35,338 --> 00:10:37,706 charlie, who arranged this?

192 00:10:37,740 --> 00:10:39,775 i did! i got dylan's phone number from him

193 00:10:39,809 --> 00:10:42,377 when he was in the hospital.

194 00:10:42,411 --> 00:10:44,646 he was very insistent about this specific park,

195 00:10:44,680 --> 00:10:48,617 and now i know why. do you normally come here?

196 00:10:48,651 --> 00:10:51,586 well, the house is just around the corner.

197 00:10:51,621 --> 00:10:53,321 right.

198 00:10:55,892 --> 00:10:57,592 this is fun. come on. you go first.

199 00:10:57,627 --> 00:11:00,595 look, i-i can sit on a bench or something.

200 00:11:00,630 --> 00:11:03,865 it's fine. doesn't have to be that way.

201 00:11:03,900 --> 00:11:07,736 (cHARLIE SCREAMING AND CRYING) charlie?

202 00:11:07,770 --> 00:11:10,739 (lLOYD) dylan, what happened? (oLIVIA) let me see, sweetie.

203 00:11:10,773 --> 00:11:12,941 (dYLAN) we bonked heads. did he hit your teeth?

204 00:11:12,975 --> 00:11:16,378 let me see, baby. okay, charlie, let's see. open up. (dYLAN) sorry, charlie.

205 00:11:16,412 --> 00:11:18,647 i'm bleeding. okay. let me see.

206 00:11:18,681 --> 00:11:21,650 (dYLAN) she okay? open your mouth.

207 00:11:21,684 --> 00:11:25,020 here we go, charlie. i want you to do something now.

208 00:11:25,054 --> 00:11:27,656 just—just grab my hand, and when it hurts,

209 00:11:27,690 --> 00:11:30,325 i want you to squeeze as hard as possible, okay?

210 00:11:30,359 --> 00:11:32,460 is that all you got? come on.

211 00:11:32,495 --> 00:11:34,729 you try a little bit harder than that. that's good.

212 00:11:34,764 --> 00:11:38,934 does this mean i can't go to the carnival, mommy? no, i think you're gonna be just fine for the carnival.

213 00:11:38,968 --> 00:11:40,702 i think you're gonna be okay.

214 00:11:40,736 --> 00:11:43,572 yeah, that's good. i'm starting to feel that a bit now.

215 00:11:43,606 --> 00:11:46,241 listen, i'm just gonna go back to the car and get

216 00:11:46,275 --> 00:11:48,844 a bottle of water and a towel. you'll be okay. okay.

217 00:11:48,878 --> 00:11:51,746 yeah. i see carnivals in your future. come here. i wanna go.

218 00:11:51,781 --> 00:11:56,051 i know. come here. it's okay, sweetie.

219 00:12:11,500 --> 00:12:13,768 assistant director wedeck?

220 00:12:13,803 --> 00:12:16,171 that's me.

221 00:12:16,205 --> 00:12:18,340 come this way.

222 00:12:18,374 --> 00:12:19,808 she's ready for you.

223 00:12:19,842 --> 00:12:21,009 thank you.

224 00:12:27,950 --> 00:12:29,818 madame vice president.

225 00:12:29,852 --> 00:12:32,387 (SIGHS) good to see you, stan.

226 00:12:32,421 --> 00:12:34,723 it's been quite a while.

227 00:12:34,790 --> 00:12:37,092 please sit. thank you.

228 00:12:39,228 --> 00:12:40,795 (SIGHS)

229 00:12:42,965 --> 00:12:46,801 thanks for coming on such short notice, stan.

230 00:12:46,836 --> 00:12:48,837 how is everything?

231 00:12:48,871 --> 00:12:51,873 you want to tell me why the hell you dragged me out here?

232 00:12:51,908 --> 00:12:54,542 (CHUCKLES) it's nice to know my new position

233 00:12:54,577 --> 00:12:58,413 hasn't changed your attitude towards me.

234 00:12:58,447 --> 00:13:01,483 does the name jericho ring a bell?

235 00:13:01,517 --> 00:13:04,686 they're a private contractor operating over in Afghanistan.

236 00:13:04,720 --> 00:13:06,321 i've heard of them.

237 00:13:06,355 --> 00:13:09,124 agent benford look into them a e back.

238 00:13:10,059 --> 00:13:11,860 yes?

239 00:13:11,894 --> 00:13:15,797 well, in my security briefing this morning,

240 00:13:15,831 --> 00:13:19,167 i learned that jericho's c.e.o. just tripled the security

241 00:13:19,201 --> 00:13:22,337 around his malibu compound. i think you should take a look.

242 00:13:22,371 --> 00:13:24,940 wrong department. nsa is who you want to call.

243 00:13:24,974 --> 00:13:28,510 i don't want them to know.

244 00:13:28,544 --> 00:13:31,313 i need this done off the books.

245 00:13:31,347 --> 00:13:33,248 the vice president doesn't fly across the country

246 00:13:33,282 --> 00:13:36,284 'cause some guy hired an extra night watchman.

247 00:13:42,291 --> 00:13:46,828 in my vision, it was clear that jericho had done some things

248 00:13:46,862 --> 00:13:49,631 that threatened our national security.

249 00:13:49,665 --> 00:13:53,001 the same vision where you saw yourself as president?

250 00:13:53,035 --> 00:13:55,170 (WHOOSH)

251 00:13:55,204 --> 00:13:59,240 as a matter of fact, yes. and i was there because jericho

252 00:13:59,275 --> 00:14:01,743 did something that triggered a political crisis.

253 00:14:01,777 --> 00:14:05,413 i can't find out anything about what they're doing.

254 00:14:05,448 --> 00:14:07,849 but if it's bad enough to bring down president segovia,

255 00:14:07,883 --> 00:14:09,718 it must be significant.

256 00:14:09,752 --> 00:14:12,687 i've been keeping a close eye on every move they make,

257 00:14:12,722 --> 00:14:16,257 and something is happening right now.

258 00:14:16,258 --> 00:14:18,660 are you sure you don't know what it is

259 00:14:18,694 --> 00:14:23,598 and seven if i did, dave and i go back 25 years.

260 00:14:23,632 --> 00:14:28,036 listen, these flash-forwards are coming true.

261 00:14:28,070 --> 00:14:30,605 segovia is going down.

262 00:14:32,174 --> 00:14:36,111 do you want to be out with the old or in with the new?

263 00:14:40,981 --> 00:14:43,182 no one knows your gun's here in l.a.

264 00:14:43,216 --> 00:14:46,885 yeah, too bad marcie couldn't tell us who's using it. so i'll run this car info,

265 00:14:46,920 --> 00:14:49,622 see if anything pings on a 1970S blue sedan.

266 00:14:49,656 --> 00:14:52,291 we're gonna get this guy. yeah.

267 00:14:52,325 --> 00:14:55,194 got a second?

268 00:14:55,228 --> 00:14:56,862 jericho—269 00:14:56,896 --> 00:14:59,898 you used our database to look into them a few months ago.

270 00:14:59,933 --> 00:15:03,569 is that a problem? no, no. just curious why you did.

271 00:15:03,603 --> 00:15:05,638 it was a favor for a friend—272 00:15:05,672 --> 00:15:08,173 wanted as much information as i could give him,

273 00:15:08,208 --> 00:15:12,077 which wasn't a lot. a friend? do all your friends ask you

274 00:15:12,112 --> 00:15:15,514 to research third world military contractors?

275 00:15:15,548 --> 00:15:18,217 he had questions about his daughter's death.

276 00:15:18,251 --> 00:15:20,152 she was serving in Afghanistan.

277 00:15:20,186 --> 00:15:23,088 he thinks jericho is involved?

278 00:15:25,392 --> 00:15:29,328 the things he told me—they were in confidence.

279 00:15:29,362 --> 00:15:31,797 oh. i can respect that.

280 00:15:31,831 --> 00:15:33,132 thanks.

281 00:15:33,166 --> 00:15:36,735 do you mind if i talk with him?

282 00:15:36,770 --> 00:15:40,239 maybe ask him a few questions?

283 00:15:40,273 --> 00:15:42,174 what's his name?

284 00:15:42,208 --> 00:15:44,643 aaron stark.

285 00:15:44,678 --> 00:15:46,745 good luck finding him.

286 00:15:46,780 --> 00:15:49,682 he's off the grid. i don't even know where he is

287 00:15:49,716 --> 00:15:52,618 or how to track him down. thank you, mark.

288 00:15:52,652 --> 00:15:54,119 sure.

289 00:16:05,131 --> 00:16:07,333 hey. just heard on the scanner—290 00:16:07,367 --> 00:16:10,102 l.a.p.d.'S in the middle of a high-speed chase.

291 00:16:10,136 --> 00:16:13,072 driver—ross webber—has been spotted with a gun.

292 00:16:13,106 --> 00:16:15,307 car they're following-- '71 blue sedan.

293 00:16:15,375 --> 00:16:17,609 the shooter from the homeless shelter?

294 00:16:17,644 --> 00:16:19,878 how many criminals are driving

295 00:16:19,913 --> 00:16:22,915 the same disco era sedans, right? any idea where they're headed?

296 00:16:24,484 --> 00:16:26,418 (mARK) there's your blue sedan.

297 00:16:28,054 --> 00:16:29,822 where is he?

298 00:16:29,856 --> 00:16:32,458 right inside. a bunch of people ran out. he's got hostages.

299 00:16:32,492 --> 00:16:34,426 where in the building is he? second floor.

300 00:16:34,461 --> 00:16:37,196 who's talking to him? no one yet.

301 00:16:37,230 --> 00:16:41,066 you think he's just gonna come out on his own? captain doesn't want us to do anything till he gets here.

302 00:16:41,101 --> 00:16:43,268 (GUNSHOT) (MAN) shots fired! get down! stay down!

303 00:16:43,303 --> 00:16:47,506 (WOMAN SCREAMING, OFFICER SHOUTING INDISTINCTLY)

304 00:16:50,844 --> 00:16:52,711 (WHISPERING) you hang back.

305 00:16:52,746 --> 00:16:55,948 i talk to him, try to make sure he releases the hostage.

306 00:16:55,982 --> 00:16:59,852 once he does, you take your shot. (LOWERS VOICE) sounds good,

307 00:16:59,886 --> 00:17:03,956 except for the part about me staying on the sidelines.

308 00:17:03,990 --> 00:17:06,792 no way you're going down there.

309 00:17:06,826 --> 00:17:10,562 listen, i'm not gonna let that gun kill one more person.

310 00:17:10,597 --> 00:17:13,799 march 15TH—i know that's the day you're supposed to die.

311 00:17:13,833 --> 00:17:17,970 who says you didn't get shot three days earlier?

312 00:17:18,004 --> 00:17:20,072 (MAN) who the hell is that?!

313 00:17:20,106 --> 00:17:22,408 (NORMAL VOICE) i'm right here!

314 00:17:26,045 --> 00:17:28,981 (LOWERS VOICE) try not to shoot me.

315 00:17:30,583 --> 00:17:31,817 oh! stop.

316 00:17:31,851 --> 00:17:33,252 (NORMAL VOICE) oh.

317 00:17:33,286 --> 00:17:36,822 i told them the only person i want to talk to is randy savage!

318 00:17:36,856 --> 00:17:39,591 macho man?

319 00:17:39,626 --> 00:17:42,361 yeah, i dig that. uh, that's not me.

320 00:17:42,395 --> 00:17:45,931 my name's demetri. oh, god! (CRYING)

321 00:17:45,965 --> 00:17:48,667 you don't turn around in four seconds,

322 00:17:48,701 --> 00:17:50,869 i will kill her, demetri.

323 00:17:50,904 --> 00:17:53,405 doesn't matter to me. she's just a saleswoman.

324 00:17:53,440 --> 00:17:56,442 that's what she gets for causing the blackout. i said stop!

325 00:17:56,476 --> 00:17:58,777 okay.

326 00:17:58,812 --> 00:18:02,748 ross, you still have that gun, right?

327 00:18:02,782 --> 00:18:06,151 i'm gonna take the clip off now.

328 00:18:06,186 --> 00:18:08,287 here we go.

329 00:18:13,560 --> 00:18:16,195 gone, buddy.

330 00:18:16,229 --> 00:18:17,696 and, uh... (GASPS)

331 00:18:17,730 --> 00:18:21,733 on my ankle, i got a gun, man.

332 00:18:21,768 --> 00:18:25,637 i'm gonna take that off, too, okay?

333 00:18:34,814 --> 00:18:38,116 we're not worrying about that anymore.

334 00:18:38,151 --> 00:18:39,318 (CRYING)

335 00:18:39,352 --> 00:18:42,354 hey, what were you saying, though, about...

336 00:18:42,388 --> 00:18:45,290 about how salespeople caused the blackout?

337 00:18:45,325 --> 00:18:47,860 that's-- that's a fascinating theory.

338 00:18:47,894 --> 00:18:50,662 i'd like to hear more about it.

339 00:18:52,565 --> 00:18:55,167 they made us buy cell phones.

340 00:18:55,201 --> 00:18:56,935 uh-huh.

341 00:18:56,970 --> 00:18:58,871 see, before everybody had a cell phone,

342 00:18:58,905 --> 00:19:01,907 nobody ever blacked out. none of this ever—stop moving! (SCREAMS)

343 00:19:01,941 --> 00:19:04,910 okay. you think i won't kill you?

344 00:19:04,944 --> 00:19:07,980 you're about just plain incorrect.

345 00:19:08,014 --> 00:19:11,583 (CREAKING) (WHIMPERING)

346 00:19:13,553 --> 00:19:15,554 i'm not afraid.

347 00:19:15,588 --> 00:19:17,556 (WOMAN CRYING)

348 00:19:17,590 --> 00:19:20,526 it's okay.

349 00:19:20,560 --> 00:19:23,161 everybody's scared of dying, man.

350 00:19:23,196 --> 00:19:25,197 (CRYING)

351 00:19:27,901 --> 00:19:29,167 she is.

352 00:19:29,202 --> 00:19:32,104 look at her...

353 00:19:32,138 --> 00:19:34,306 i'm scared of dying...

354 00:19:34,340 --> 00:19:36,675 all three of us.

355 00:19:36,709 --> 00:19:40,178 it's what makes us human, don't you think?

356 00:19:41,648 --> 00:19:44,850 you're scared.

357 00:19:44,884 --> 00:19:47,019 that's fine.

358 00:19:47,053 --> 00:19:52,824 see, when people get scared, judgment gets clouded.

359 00:19:52,859 --> 00:19:54,893 i'll be honest, man.

360 00:19:54,928 --> 00:19:58,196 you have made some really bad decisions today.

361 00:20:02,468 --> 00:20:07,139 but you can make a really good one right now...

362 00:20:07,173 --> 00:20:09,474 if you just give me the gun.

363 00:20:09,509 --> 00:20:11,643 ross.

364 00:20:11,678 --> 00:20:14,379 come on.

365 00:20:14,414 --> 00:20:17,683 let me save your life.

366 00:20:20,587 --> 00:20:22,754 (SCREAMS)

367 00:20:22,789 --> 00:20:24,623 uhh!

368 00:20:24,657 --> 00:20:27,459 (WOMAN WAILING)

369 00:20:33,933 --> 00:20:36,068 (GASPING)

370 00:20:52,045 --> 00:20:55,313 e.m.t. says he's stable. we can question him in the hospital.

371 00:20:55,348 --> 00:20:58,884 it's not your gun.

372 00:20:58,918 --> 00:21:01,520 serial number is totally different.

373 00:21:01,554 --> 00:21:04,823 your gun's still out there.

374 00:21:04,857 --> 00:21:07,959 so you almost got yourself killed for nothing?

375 00:21:07,994 --> 00:21:10,295 yeah, i guess so.

376 00:21:10,329 --> 00:21:11,897 (EXHALES DEEPLY)

377 00:21:17,437 --> 00:21:19,071 all right.

378 00:21:19,105 --> 00:21:21,139 you took him down,

379 00:21:21,174 --> 00:21:22,641 saved an innocent woman.

380 00:21:22,675 --> 00:21:25,744 that's fantastic work.

381 00:21:25,778 --> 00:21:28,346 what i can't understand is,

382 00:21:28,381 --> 00:21:30,715 if you thought that gun was gonna kill you,

383 00:21:30,750 --> 00:21:34,186 i mean... cops had the place surrounded.

384 00:21:34,220 --> 00:21:36,855 he was never gonna make it out ofere anyway.

385 00:21:36,889 --> 00:21:39,057 that's why i needed to get to him, man—386 00:21:39,092 --> 00:21:41,660 so i could ask him why.

387 00:21:46,666 --> 00:21:48,767 ugh.

388 00:21:50,536 --> 00:21:52,871 do you remember...

389 00:21:52,905 --> 00:21:56,708 that speech you gave my first day on the job?

390 00:21:58,611 --> 00:22:02,380 it was all about being the kind of person

391 00:22:02,415 --> 00:22:05,150 who could be counted on

392 00:22:05,184 --> 00:22:08,153 to do the right thing at the right time.

393 00:22:08,221 --> 00:22:11,456 and, man, since October 6TH, when i didn't see anything,

394 00:22:11,491 --> 00:22:15,560 i have had a lot of trouble being that person.

395 00:22:17,797 --> 00:22:20,899 and i need your help.

396 00:22:20,933 --> 00:22:24,202 why?

397 00:22:24,237 --> 00:22:27,806 (CHUCKLES) i mean, look at me.

398 00:22:27,840 --> 00:22:30,408 if you think i've been making good choices lately,

399 00:22:30,443 --> 00:22:33,512 you're crazier than i thought.

400 00:22:33,546 --> 00:22:36,081 i'll do anything to help you, demetri,

401 00:22:36,115 --> 00:22:39,451 so i'm gonna tell you something,

402 00:22:39,485 --> 00:22:42,387 and i really want you to listen.

403 00:22:42,421 --> 00:22:44,322 get out of here.

404 00:22:44,357 --> 00:22:47,792 you and zoey just get out of here.

405 00:22:47,827 --> 00:22:49,828 (WHISPERS) i'm not running away.

406 00:22:49,862 --> 00:22:52,430 that's right. you're not.

407 00:22:52,465 --> 00:22:54,766 you're being smart.

408 00:22:56,869 --> 00:22:59,538 just promise me you'll go somewhere safe.

409 00:23:05,611 --> 00:23:09,548 (HORNS HONK)

410 00:23:09,582 --> 00:23:14,085 (zOEY) special agent noh, do you recognize exhibit "h"?

411 00:23:14,120 --> 00:23:16,021 yes. it's a copy of my notes

412 00:23:16,055 --> 00:23:18,190 taken while witnessing the transaction.

413 00:23:18,224 --> 00:23:22,527 and those handwritten notes are your only record of the events?

414 00:23:22,562 --> 00:23:26,364 well, it was a very simple money-for-stolen-goods exchange.

415 00:23:26,399 --> 00:23:29,100 hmm.

416 00:23:29,135 --> 00:23:31,236 wow.

417 00:23:31,270 --> 00:23:33,838 that is very good.

418 00:23:33,873 --> 00:23:36,841 agent noh, who taught you to draw?

419 00:23:36,876 --> 00:23:39,878 i guess i'm just naturally artistic.

420 00:23:39,912 --> 00:23:42,981 wow. lucky guy, right?

421 00:23:44,150 --> 00:23:46,718 now your description here

422 00:23:46,752 --> 00:23:49,888 of the alleged buyer—oh, here, further down in your notes—423 00:23:49,922 --> 00:23:52,824 can you read that for the court, please?

424 00:23:52,858 --> 00:23:56,595 uh, "caucasian male, average height/weight,

425 00:23:56,629 --> 00:23:58,797 dark jacket, baseball cap."

426 00:23:58,831 --> 00:24:01,032 hmm. when my client was booked,

427 00:24:01,067 --> 00:24:04,970 he was photographed wearing a red jacket,

428 00:24:05,004 --> 00:24:07,606 not a dark one, wasn't he? yes.

429 00:24:07,640 --> 00:24:11,209 and he clearly has a goatee, does he not, agent noh?

430 00:24:11,244 --> 00:24:15,180 yes. so which individual bought the stolen computer disk,

431 00:24:15,214 --> 00:24:17,816 agent noh—the one with the goatee,

432 00:24:17,850 --> 00:24:19,818 or the one in your artistic notes?

433 00:24:19,852 --> 00:24:22,554 because they're obviously not the same person.

434 00:24:22,588 --> 00:24:25,423 (MAN) objection—argumentative. (JUDGE) sustained.

435 00:24:25,458 --> 00:24:28,526 do i get to answer that? not really. no further questions.

436 00:24:28,561 --> 00:24:30,862 i'm done with this witness.

437 00:24:30,896 --> 00:24:33,431 oh, you can go now.

438 00:24:36,836 --> 00:24:40,772 come on. there's no need to take it personally.

439 00:24:40,806 --> 00:24:43,108 that was a win that you just turned into a loss.

440 00:24:43,142 --> 00:24:47,112 (CHUCKLES) it was never really a win, because you were wrong. wow. you know what?

441 00:24:47,146 --> 00:24:49,547 um, i'm gonna go ahead and take the stairs. you know what?

442 00:24:49,582 --> 00:24:52,651 look, i'm--i'm sorry. i will turn the defense attorney off.

443 00:24:52,685 --> 00:24:55,854 okay, that would be an instant improvement.

444 00:24:55,888 --> 00:24:58,256 why don't you let me make it up to you?

445 00:24:58,291 --> 00:25:01,026 can i... take you to dinner?

446 00:25:01,060 --> 00:25:03,128 ha! you gotta be kidding me.

447 00:25:03,162 --> 00:25:05,030 what?

448 00:25:05,064 --> 00:25:08,166 there's not a chance in hell i would ever go out with you.

449 00:25:11,937 --> 00:25:14,306 (PLATE SCRAPES)

450 00:25:18,377 --> 00:25:19,878 hey. (SILVERWARE CLINKING)

451 00:25:19,912 --> 00:25:22,314 hey.

452 00:25:22,348 --> 00:25:24,349 how are you?

453 00:25:24,383 --> 00:25:25,884 (KISSES) good.

454 00:25:25,918 --> 00:25:29,254 sit down. i want to talk to you.

455 00:25:29,288 --> 00:25:32,123 it's okay.

456 00:25:32,158 --> 00:25:34,659 wow. you're beautiful.

457 00:25:34,694 --> 00:25:38,029 shut up.

458 00:25:38,064 --> 00:25:40,565 what is wrong with you?

459 00:25:40,599 --> 00:25:43,301 nothing. (CLAPS HANDS)

460 00:25:43,336 --> 00:25:44,903 it's good.

461 00:25:44,937 --> 00:25:48,039 you know, i wasn't supposed to be there that day.

462 00:25:48,074 --> 00:25:50,241 what day?

463 00:25:50,276 --> 00:25:52,510 al gough was supposed to be mark's partner.

464 00:25:52,545 --> 00:25:55,347 i switched with him, and because i was mark's partner,

465 00:25:55,381 --> 00:25:58,817 i was covering the bust that led me to you.

466 00:25:58,851 --> 00:26:01,519 all these tiny little decisions we make, you know,

467 00:26:01,554 --> 00:26:03,488 without thinking, they—they all—468 00:26:03,522 --> 00:26:07,258 they all line up to lead us somewhere...

469 00:26:07,293 --> 00:26:10,228 somewhere good. yeah.

470 00:26:10,262 --> 00:26:13,365 so i want to ask you if you will...

471 00:26:13,399 --> 00:26:15,700 marry me.

472 00:26:15,735 --> 00:26:18,803 (LAUGHS) baby, we covered this.

473 00:26:18,838 --> 00:26:20,672 i-i said yeah.

474 00:26:20,706 --> 00:26:23,808 no, i want to get married right now. okay.

475 00:26:23,843 --> 00:26:25,043 i want to get married tomorrow.

476 00:26:25,077 --> 00:26:27,379 then we get on a plane and we go to Hawaii.

477 00:26:27,413 --> 00:26:31,549 we stay there through the 15TH, maybe through April 29TH.

478 00:26:31,584 --> 00:26:34,085 listen, maybe we don't ever come home.

479 00:26:34,120 --> 00:26:36,755 want to do it? are you serious?

480 00:26:36,789 --> 00:26:39,457 i'm serious. hell, yes!

481 00:26:39,492 --> 00:26:40,692 yes?

482 00:26:40,726 --> 00:26:44,662 of course! oh, i love you. mm.

483 00:26:44,697 --> 00:26:47,699 (DOGS BARKING IN DISTANCE)

484 00:26:47,767 --> 00:26:50,869 (KNOCKS ON DOOR)

485 00:26:52,772 --> 00:26:54,139 hey.

486 00:26:54,173 --> 00:26:56,307 hi.

487 00:26:57,943 --> 00:27:02,080 i--sorry. i just wanted to come by and say thanks

488 00:27:02,114 --> 00:27:05,250 for what you did with charlie today in the park.

489 00:27:05,284 --> 00:27:07,485 okay, um...

490 00:27:07,520 --> 00:27:09,587 no problem.

491 00:27:09,622 --> 00:27:12,857 well, thank you.

492 00:27:12,892 --> 00:27:15,660 can i-- can i get you to come in?

493 00:27:15,694 --> 00:27:19,431 i just left the water running, but please, please come in.

494 00:27:21,300 --> 00:27:23,268 sure.

495 00:27:26,705 --> 00:27:30,008 (DOOR CLOSES) i'm sorry. the dishes were getting kind of out of control.

496 00:27:30,042 --> 00:27:32,043 can i get you something to drink?

497 00:27:32,077 --> 00:27:35,480 um, i could offer you a carton of milk that expired yesterday,

498 00:27:35,514 --> 00:27:38,550 some juice boxes or a bottle of gin.

499 00:27:42,054 --> 00:27:43,955 no.

500 00:27:43,989 --> 00:27:47,826 no, i think i-- i think i should be going.

501 00:27:47,860 --> 00:27:49,994 really?

502 00:27:50,029 --> 00:27:52,063 yeah. thank you for today.

503 00:27:52,097 --> 00:27:55,333 yeah, i do have a telephone.

504 00:27:55,367 --> 00:27:58,336 you could've called to say thank you.

505 00:27:58,370 --> 00:28:01,172 olivia...

506 00:28:01,207 --> 00:28:04,108 why are you here?

507 00:28:12,990 --> 00:28:17,494 i don't know. i've just made such a mess of things.

508 00:28:17,528 --> 00:28:21,631 i wish i could blame it all on mark, but i really can't.

509 00:28:21,666 --> 00:28:25,402 i made a ton of mistakes.

510 00:28:27,238 --> 00:28:30,573 i know that feeling.

511 00:28:30,608 --> 00:28:34,144 i tried my best with linda after dylan was born,

512 00:28:34,178 --> 00:28:36,813 but... (SIGHS)

513 00:28:36,847 --> 00:28:39,883 to be honest, i-i used his autism

514 00:28:39,917 --> 00:28:42,385 as an excuse to get away from her.

515 00:28:42,420 --> 00:28:46,322 even the thought of that makes me ashamed now.

516 00:28:46,357 --> 00:28:49,492 i thought i was doing the right thing at the time.

517 00:28:49,527 --> 00:28:51,428 you're damned if you do,

518 00:28:51,462 --> 00:28:54,030 and then you're damned if you don't.

519 00:28:54,065 --> 00:28:56,466 yeah, maybe we just...

520 00:28:56,500 --> 00:28:58,535 choose to live in the moment,

521 00:28:58,569 --> 00:29:02,105 you know, just grab the...

522 00:29:02,139 --> 00:29:04,974 good things in our life when we recognize them.

523 00:29:06,544 --> 00:29:08,578 i have to go.

524 00:29:08,612 --> 00:29:11,514 look. wait.

525 00:29:11,549 --> 00:29:14,117 i'm not trying to argue against mark.

526 00:29:14,151 --> 00:29:18,288 he's a brave man doing something extraordinary.

527 00:29:18,322 --> 00:29:20,290 yeah, he is.

528 00:29:20,324 --> 00:29:22,959 (SIGHS)

529 00:29:22,993 --> 00:29:24,961 this does kind of put me

530 00:29:24,995 --> 00:29:28,531 in the lancelot-trying-to- persuade-guinevere position.

531 00:29:28,566 --> 00:29:31,601 oh, you did not just compare yourself to lancelot. (CHUCKLES)

532 00:29:31,635 --> 00:29:34,471 (CHUCKLES) yeah, well, the only other metaphor i had

533 00:29:34,505 --> 00:29:36,940 involved protons and neutrons, and believe me,

534 00:29:36,974 --> 00:29:41,144 under the circumstances, i went with the stronger choice.

535 00:29:41,178 --> 00:29:45,582 i know that we're feeling the same thing right now.

536 00:29:45,616 --> 00:29:49,586 (LOWERS VOICE) how do you know what i'm feeling?

537 00:29:49,620 --> 00:29:53,923 because i'm in that room on April the 29TH.

538 00:29:57,161 --> 00:30:01,231 that wasn't an accident.

539 00:30:01,265 --> 00:30:04,300 (WHOOSH)

540 00:30:04,335 --> 00:30:06,269 (WHOOSH)

541 00:30:06,303 --> 00:30:08,638 (WHISPERS) this scares me.

542 00:30:08,672 --> 00:30:12,041 it should.

543 00:30:27,925 --> 00:30:30,627 who the hell are you?

544 00:30:32,563 --> 00:30:34,297 it's okay, aaron.

545 00:30:34,331 --> 00:30:36,666 i work with mark.

546 00:30:36,700 --> 00:30:39,502 i'm a friend.

547 00:30:39,537 --> 00:30:41,905 (HORN HONKS)

548 00:30:41,939 --> 00:30:44,574 you mind telling me how you found me?

549 00:30:44,608 --> 00:30:47,310 there was a computer in echo park doing web searches

550 00:30:47,344 --> 00:30:49,679 for a "jericho parwan afghanistan,"

551 00:30:49,713 --> 00:30:51,347 "jericho central base"

552 00:30:51,382 --> 00:30:55,618 and "jericho murder u.s. soldiers." that library's 2 miles from here.

553 00:30:55,653 --> 00:30:59,322 and this is the 14TH cash-only hotel i've hit.

554 00:30:59,356 --> 00:31:02,091 well, here i am. now what?

555 00:31:02,126 --> 00:31:04,093 mark didn't want to tell me why

556 00:31:04,128 --> 00:31:07,997 you were so interested in jericho.

557 00:31:08,032 --> 00:31:11,167 but some very powerful people would love to take them down.

558 00:31:11,202 --> 00:31:14,003 all they need is proof.

559 00:31:14,038 --> 00:31:16,105 they got my daughter.

560 00:31:16,140 --> 00:31:19,375 they kill her? they tried. she's still alive.

561 00:31:19,410 --> 00:31:22,078 but in your file it—tracy's alive.

562 00:31:22,112 --> 00:31:25,081 she was here, but jericho found her

563 00:31:25,115 --> 00:31:27,250 and to her back to Afghanistan.

564 00:31:27,284 --> 00:31:30,186 i gotta believe i've only got so much time left to find her.

565 00:31:30,221 --> 00:31:33,122 wait. you're—you're—you're going to Afghanistan? sure am.

566 00:31:33,157 --> 00:31:35,859 i know you were in the service and everything,

567 00:31:35,893 --> 00:31:37,060 but how are you planning on getting there?

568 00:31:37,094 --> 00:31:39,195 fly into Uzbekistan, cross the border at termez.

569 00:31:39,230 --> 00:31:43,099 and you're doing this with a u.s. passport?

570 00:31:43,133 --> 00:31:46,402 yeah. you'll be dead before you leave hairaton.

571 00:31:46,437 --> 00:31:49,372 i don't have a choice.

572 00:31:50,808 --> 00:31:53,810 do you know why jericho tried to kill your daughter

573 00:31:53,878 --> 00:31:56,079 two years ago?

574 00:31:59,783 --> 00:32:03,152 she saw jericho wipe out an entire village.

575 00:32:05,522 --> 00:32:09,192 if i could help you get to tracy...

576 00:32:09,226 --> 00:32:12,495 do you think she would tell us the whole story?

577 00:32:12,529 --> 00:32:14,631 (SIGHS)

578 00:32:19,703 --> 00:32:23,373 (jANICE) really? you can do that legally?

579 00:32:23,407 --> 00:32:26,776 hey, demetri. come here. what?

580 00:32:26,810 --> 00:32:28,344 come here.

581 00:32:28,379 --> 00:32:31,814 yo, i'm getting married. (CHUCKLES) come here.

582 00:32:31,849 --> 00:32:35,785 i'm getting married. so would you be okay with vreede officiating

583 00:32:35,819 --> 00:32:39,022 at your wedding? define "okay."

584 00:32:39,056 --> 00:32:41,891 no charge. (CHUCKLES)

585 00:32:41,926 --> 00:32:45,528 consider it my wedding gift.

586 00:32:45,596 --> 00:32:47,530 whoa. you're gonna marry him?

587 00:32:47,564 --> 00:32:49,198 (jANIS) vreede's an internet minister.

588 00:32:49,233 --> 00:32:52,101 have i ever told you how awesome you are, shelly vreede?

589 00:32:52,136 --> 00:32:54,971 (jANIS) ohh. you make me feel awesome.

590 00:32:55,005 --> 00:32:56,306 janis, you're awesome, too.

591 00:32:56,340 --> 00:32:58,474 oh, thank you. janis is awesome.

592 00:32:58,509 --> 00:33:00,843 that's very sweet. thank you.

593 00:33:00,878 --> 00:33:03,313 (vREEDE) all right. mark is awesome.

594 00:33:03,347 --> 00:33:05,949 time to take the groom home. all right. yeah. let's find a cab.

595 00:33:05,983 --> 00:33:07,984 here we go, buddy. all right.

596 00:33:08,018 --> 00:33:09,786 oh. okay, i'm sleepy.

597 00:33:09,820 --> 00:33:12,055 (jANIS) yeah. good night.

598 00:33:15,960 --> 00:33:17,961 you got military clearance.

599 00:33:17,995 --> 00:33:19,929 your cover is you're in Afghanistan

600 00:33:19,964 --> 00:33:22,131 to help install their power grid.

601 00:33:23,534 --> 00:33:25,001 (BEEP)

602 00:33:25,035 --> 00:33:26,502 satellite phone.

603 00:33:26,537 --> 00:33:29,706 video capability. as soon as you can document what tracy knows,

604 00:33:29,740 --> 00:33:32,942 i want it uploaded. if you see any jericho activity,

605 00:33:32,977 --> 00:33:34,944 i want it uploaded—pictures, video, audio,

606 00:33:34,979 --> 00:33:37,347 anything you can get me. no problem.

607 00:33:37,381 --> 00:33:39,315 get yourself to bagram as soon as you're clear.

608 00:33:39,350 --> 00:33:41,617 military transports leave every two days.

609 00:33:41,652 --> 00:33:44,687 i'll arrange a flight home. excellent.

610 00:33:44,722 --> 00:33:46,789 i'm guessing...

611 00:33:46,824 --> 00:33:50,560 you don't need me to tell you what to do with these.

612 00:33:50,594 --> 00:33:53,496 i got a couple ideas.

613 00:33:53,530 --> 00:33:55,598 ah, all this gear is clean.

614 00:33:55,632 --> 00:33:58,935 none of it can be traced back to this agency.

615 00:33:58,969 --> 00:34:02,171 if they find you...

616 00:34:02,206 --> 00:34:03,506 you're on your own.

617 00:34:03,540 --> 00:34:06,743 is that it?

618 00:34:06,744 --> 00:34:09,045 i guess it is.

619 00:34:09,079 --> 00:34:11,180 thank you, stan.

620 00:34:11,215 --> 00:34:13,549 this isn't something i think i need to tell you,

621 00:34:13,584 --> 00:34:18,221 but there's a very good chance you're never coming back. i saw myse with my daughter.

622 00:34:18,255 --> 00:34:20,423 (WHOOSH) we were together in Afghanistan,

623 00:34:20,457 --> 00:34:22,191 and she was alive.

624 00:34:22,226 --> 00:34:25,294 god help anyone who stands in my way.

625 00:34:30,934 --> 00:34:35,038 do you think i'm chicken for running away?

626 00:34:35,072 --> 00:34:36,706 (CHUCKLES)

627 00:34:36,740 --> 00:34:40,443 sometimes the best offense is a good defense.

628 00:34:40,477 --> 00:34:41,677 (CHUCKLES)

629 00:34:41,712 --> 00:34:45,381 no, janis, i'm just scared.

630 00:34:45,416 --> 00:34:48,351 you played this out as best as you cou

631 00:34:48,385 --> 00:34:51,921 everybody needs a successful exit strategy.

632 00:34:51,955 --> 00:34:54,123 this is yours.

633 00:34:57,528 --> 00:34:59,462 (GROANS)

634 00:34:59,496 --> 00:35:02,065 hey, um...

635 00:35:02,099 --> 00:35:05,768 (CHUCKLES) i want you to know, um...

636 00:35:05,803 --> 00:35:07,737 that night in Somalia—637 00:35:07,771 --> 00:35:11,140 oh, demetri, don't. no, i want to. i-i have to—638 00:35:11,175 --> 00:35:12,241 stop.

639 00:35:12,276 --> 00:35:13,876 just stop.

640 00:35:13,911 --> 00:35:16,312 no, uh, this may be my last chance, all right?

641 00:35:16,346 --> 00:35:18,815 i'm pregnant.

642 00:35:18,849 --> 00:35:21,017 what?

643 00:35:21,051 --> 00:35:22,819 (ENGINE STARTS)

644 00:35:22,853 --> 00:35:24,253 (TAPS ROOF)

645 00:35:24,288 --> 00:35:26,756 janis.

646 00:35:26,790 --> 00:35:28,024 janis!

647 00:35:34,261 --> 00:35:36,362 (zOEY) oh, my gosh. this is perfect.

648 00:35:36,396 --> 00:35:38,564 my mom is gonna be so excited.

649 00:35:38,598 --> 00:35:40,933 well, i'm happy to let you use the space,

650 00:35:40,967 --> 00:35:43,369 but since you aren't members here,

651 00:35:43,403 --> 00:35:47,640 and, uh, since we didn't do any premarital counseling—652 00:35:47,674 --> 00:35:49,909 oh, we don't need any premarital counseling.

653 00:35:49,943 --> 00:35:53,345 we've been living together for a year. i'm going to pretend i didn't hear that.

654 00:35:53,380 --> 00:35:57,049 listen, you, uh, need to get married this afternoon—655 00:35:57,083 --> 00:35:59,885 fine. but under these circumstances,

656 00:35:59,920 --> 00:36:02,221 you're going to need to find somebody else

657 00:36:02,255 --> 00:36:04,824 to officiate for you.

658 00:36:11,598 --> 00:36:13,999 hey, i never heard. did you, uh, track down aaron?

659 00:36:14,034 --> 00:36:16,569 i gus he didn't want to be found.

660 00:36:18,505 --> 00:36:20,973 guys, you gotta see this.

661 00:36:21,007 --> 00:36:22,408 it's frost.

662 00:36:22,442 --> 00:36:25,945 you found him? his phone was activated 12 days ago

663 00:36:25,979 --> 00:36:27,379 at a convenience store

664 00:36:27,414 --> 00:36:30,783 on the corner of western and Washington—3:18 p.m. (TAPS BUTTON)

665 00:36:30,817 --> 00:36:34,353 3:19, a man fitting frost's description

666 00:36:34,387 --> 00:36:38,257 walks to a 1971 citroen ds sedan—667 00:36:38,291 --> 00:36:40,226 powder blue, silver top.

668 00:36:42,729 --> 00:36:44,063 a match from the shelter.

669 00:36:44,097 --> 00:36:45,931 mm-hmm. wait a minute.

670 00:36:45,966 --> 00:36:48,934 dyson frost made a videotape for you 19 years ago,

671 00:36:48,969 --> 00:36:50,903 then encoded a phone number for you to find.

672 00:36:50,937 --> 00:36:53,639 and then after all that, instead of meeting with you,

673 00:36:53,707 --> 00:36:56,542 he's murdering a homeless guy?

674 00:36:56,576 --> 00:36:58,444 but he used my gun to do it.

675 00:36:58,478 --> 00:37:01,347 he may be crazy, but he isn't random.

676 00:37:01,381 --> 00:37:03,782 there's a method here.

677 00:37:03,817 --> 00:37:08,254 we just don't understand what it is yet.

678 00:37:13,426 --> 00:37:16,161 ¶ islands in the stream ¶

679 00:37:16,196 --> 00:37:18,530 ¶ that is what we are ¶

680 00:37:18,565 --> 00:37:21,100 ¶ no one in between ¶

681 00:37:21,134 --> 00:37:23,335 ¶ ah, ah ¶

682 00:37:32,779 --> 00:37:34,914 (VIOLIN PLAYING) any word from the l.a.p.d.

683 00:37:34,948 --> 00:37:36,815 on the search for frost's vehicle?

684 00:37:36,850 --> 00:37:39,785 still looking. i'll stay on top of it. well, let's keep putting the pressure on.

685 00:37:39,819 --> 00:37:42,388 i mean, i really—guys, can we stop with the shoptalk?

686 00:37:42,422 --> 00:37:45,491 this is a special occasion. it's just like demetri to be late for his own wedding.

687 00:37:45,525 --> 00:37:47,726 he's not answering his cell.

688 00:37:47,761 --> 00:37:49,495 i called three times.

689 00:37:49,529 --> 00:37:52,731 let me try. (SPEED-DIALS)

690 00:37:52,766 --> 00:37:55,601 (CELL PHONE RINGS)

691 00:37:55,635 --> 00:37:57,736 (RING)

692 00:37:57,771 --> 00:37:59,872 (BEEP) (dEMETRI) dEMETRI nOH. lEAVE A MESSAGE.

693 00:37:59,906 --> 00:38:01,440 nothing. what is it?

694 00:38:01,474 --> 00:38:03,676 (BEEP) guys, where is he?

695 00:38:11,351 --> 00:38:13,919 (WOMAN OVER p.a.) ...ticket booth right by the entrance.

696 00:38:13,954 --> 00:38:16,221 (CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY)

697 00:38:18,291 --> 00:38:21,460 (CARNIVAL MUSIC PLAYING)

698 00:38:35,275 --> 00:38:37,676 don't forget to buy your raffle tickets...

699 00:38:37,711 --> 00:38:41,180 (BELL RINGING)

700 00:38:41,214 --> 00:38:44,016 (MAN) corn dogs! every penny goes to the school! (cHARLIE) get some cotton candy!

701 00:38:44,050 --> 00:38:46,352 hey, sweetie. (cHARLIE) hi, mom!

702 00:38:46,386 --> 00:38:48,387 hey, step right up, ladies and gents.

703 00:38:48,421 --> 00:38:51,590 wheel of fortune—one spin for three tickets.

704 00:38:51,624 --> 00:38:55,027 you want to give me? round and round she goes,

705 00:38:55,061 --> 00:38:59,698 and where she stops, nobody knows. (CELL PHONE RINGS)

706 00:38:59,733 --> 00:39:01,100 (RING)

707 00:39:01,134 --> 00:39:04,003 uh... (RING, BEEP)

708 00:39:04,037 --> 00:39:05,471 (NORMAL VOICE) hey.

709 00:39:05,505 --> 00:39:07,139 hey. where are you?

710 00:39:07,173 --> 00:39:08,974 uh, school, uh, carnival.

711 00:39:09,009 --> 00:39:12,011 well, listen, i'm calling because i'm gonna make it.

712 00:39:12,045 --> 00:39:15,114 i need you to keep charlie. oh. how come?

713 00:39:15,148 --> 00:39:18,450 something's happened to demetri. what?

714 00:39:18,485 --> 00:39:20,386 not sure what it is yet.

715 00:39:20,420 --> 00:39:22,921 he didn't show up at the wedding.

716 00:39:22,956 --> 00:39:24,757 i JUST THOUGHT YOU SHOULD KNOW.

717 00:39:24,791 --> 00:39:27,292 wow. what do you think happened? i DON'T KNOW. i HOPE IT'S JUST COLD FEET,

718 00:39:27,327 --> 00:39:29,194 because it's almost march 15TH,

719 00:39:29,229 --> 00:39:31,964 and this is too close for comfort.

720 00:39:31,998 --> 00:39:33,799 oLIVIA? yeah?

721 00:39:33,833 --> 00:39:36,368 be careful.

722 00:39:36,403 --> 00:39:37,636 of course.

723 00:39:37,670 --> 00:39:39,071 kiss charlie for me.

724 00:39:39,105 --> 00:39:40,873 i will.

725 00:39:40,940 --> 00:39:42,441 (BEEP)

726 00:39:42,475 --> 00:39:44,943 (BEEP) uh, hang on, kids.

727 00:39:44,978 --> 00:39:47,479 uh...

728 00:39:49,416 --> 00:39:51,850 charlie!

729 00:39:51,885 --> 00:39:54,420 charlie!

730 00:40:03,063 --> 00:40:05,297 hello, charlie.

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