Motive (2013) Episode Scripts

N/A - We'll Always Have Homicide

1 I can't breathe Natalie? I'm investigating Judge Natalie Rodman.
- Do you remember her? - Does anyone ever forget the person that ruined their life? She sent a lot of kids to an intense program on some pretty light charges.
She had Mark Duff fired.
She should have reported him.
Meredith! No! Mark Duff? What can I do for you? [roars] [pipe clatters] [Flynn]: There has to be something, we just can't see it.
There's a couple cat hairs on the underside of the couch.
So where's the cat? [Flynn]: Interpol has asked me to apply for a secondment.
I think I'm leaving on a jet plane.
Feels weird, though, 'cause I've never walked away from a case before.
Last time I checked, there wasn't a statute of limitations on homicide.
[loud music playing] Hey.
Looks like there's a line-up.
I hate line-ups.
[loud music blaring from car stereo] What's a girl like me got to do to get into a place like this? Not.
One.
Scratch.
No, sir.
You know, you would look really good on my arm.
Usual suspects inside? "Not one scratch.
" Have the valet bring my ticket to the VIP lounge.
All right? - That's not our valet.
- [tires squealing] Hey! [firing shots] Yeah! [laughing] [radio playing] [gasps] You are a mind reader.
What is this? Soy latte.
We've been eating too much crap lately.
You know just because you're cold, doesn't mean I have to put a sweater on, right? Shut it and drink your soy.
What do we know so far? Caretaker arrived this morning, discovered that the chopper was running, saw what was left of the victim and called 9-1-1.
Damn.
So, what is this, the owner? The owner Andrew Findley is away on business.
We've got a John Doe.
Wow.
Excuse me, Doctor, Any opinion on the cause of death here? This guy is definitely a front runner for the Darwin Award.
Dr.
Gorman, I'll take it from here.
Thank you.
[sighing] We think the victim walked into the tail rotor.
We're going to run a full tox screen find out if he was inebriated at the time.
Can you run a tox? We'll find a way.
[cell phone rings] [call ringing] Hey, Honey, how was your boys' night? It wasn't a boys' night.
I was teaching Thomas how to run the mixing board.
How about you? I pulled an all-nighter, too.
Babe, you work too hard.
I finished a big case last night.
Take some time off.
You've earned it.
Yeah, I need to catch up on my sleep.
See you tomorrow? Okay.
- Love you.
- I love you, too.
Bye.
Pardonnez-moi! Excusez-moi.
Ou est le, um Le Where's the grocery store? There's a store three blocks back.
Oh, hey, you speak English.
I speak English.
It feels so good to finally have a conversation.
I feel like I haven't spoken English in forever - I know the feeling.
- Oh, you've got an accent.
- I like it, where's it from? - Eastern Europe.
- Oh.
- Ukraine.
I'm from Canada, born and raised.
Then I woke up one day, and I just decided I was going to move to Paris.
Living your dream, huh? Yeah, it's the worst decision I ever made.
This is supposed to be the city of love.
I don't speak the language, so I haven't met a single friend.
I find that hard to believe, a woman as beautiful as you.
Oh, thank you, Victor.
- [giggles] - How do you know my name? [sirens wailing] Bon travail, eh? Bonne nuit.
Merci.
Au revoir! [cell phone rings] Bonjour? Hi, uh, I'm looking for Agent Angie Flynn? Uh, you got her.
Hey, Angie, Paula Mazur.
Is this a bad time? Uh no.
No, it's a good time.
How are you? Hey, look, we caught a homicide.
We thought it was an accident at first, but there were some stray hairs at the crime scene.
They were in the system, grey cat hairs.
Judge Natalie Rodman's killer resurfaced.
Technically, it's still your case Yeah.
I guess it is, isn't it? [Flynn]: Hey, Oscar, surprise, I'm in town.
Give me a call when you get a chance.
[elevator dings] Thanks.
I got it from here.
Come in.
Ah-ha-ha Detective Flynn.
Or should I say Agent.
[sighs] So, when did you take over? About six months now.
So, how's Interpol? I hear they offered you a second tour.
You going to take it? All these questions, are you sure this isn't Internal? It's Homicide.
And Paula and Mitch are down in Forensics.
They'll be back soon.
I'm sure they can get you up to speed.
Careful with that.
I'm always careful.
It's really good to see you, Gavin.
Oh His name is Liam.
Oh, he is so cute.
He's almost three years old.
Well, our victim, Trent McAllister, is 59 years old.
McAllister owns International Bailiff Services.
They specialize in high-end repos.
The guy actually repossessed a freighter once.
Yeah, but according to the bank, the helicopter was bought and paid for.
Sergeant Lucas.
Agent Flynn.
I'm surprised Internal cut you loose.
Yeah, all I have to do is prove that you're willing to take a bribe.
[chuckles] How was the honeymoon? Emma got food poisoning and the airline lost our luggage.
- How's Jack? - He's, uh, he's really good.
I can't believe it's been three years.
I know, it feels like we were just investigating this case last week.
You talked to Vega? Not since the wedding.
Oh, come on, don't give me a hard time.
I was in Paris, and I sent you guys that nice waffle-maker thing.
I would love to sit around and talk about baby photos and weddings all day, but All right, all right, we've got to talk to McAllister's assistant.
May I sit in on that? Yes.
I need you two to start looking for a connection between our new victim, Judge Rodman, and Mark Duff? And Meredith Wright and Nature Bound.
- Hey, babes.
- [gasps] Oh, God What the hell happened? Oh.
I went for a run, I got hit by a cyclist.
Why didn't you say something? Does it hurt? You know what, let's get that checked out.
This is why I didn't say anything.
Now kiss my boo-boos and make me feel better.
I dropped Trent off at the Findley Estate before dawn.
He was going to get the bird and go at first light.
Your boss was gone for two days.
That doesn't bother you? Sometimes, Trent took liberties with the recovered property.
Last summer, he sailed around Turks and Caicos with a yacht he repossessed.
Why was Trent taking Andrew Findley's helicopter? - According to the bank it was paid for.
- It had $50,000 owing on it through the Fordham Leasing Company.
Call them.
A career like Trent's, he must have made a few enemies.
The closest thing Trent had to an enemy was his daughter, and she already treated him like he was dead.
There's an '84 Learjet in the Dominican that needs getting.
The bank is offering 10% commission on the resale value.
That's because they'd be lucky to get $350,000 for this hunk of junk.
Nah, counter with a flat fee.
Anything else? Uh, just your signature.
She's your daughter.
The least you can do is send her a birthday card.
Every year, I send her a card I send the card.
And every year, she sends it back, unopened.
If you want a relationship with her, you're going to have to make the first move.
Someone has to be the adult.
She blames me for everything.
Well, she kind of has a point.
Shanelle, I was just trying to protect her.
I'm getting another beer.
You want anything? There must be a better way to describe these tox-screen results.
"This dude was driving dry"? Try again.
"His blood was in designated driver mode?" Thank you, Dr.
Kenwood, I'll take it from here.
Hey, hey.
The hardest thing about becoming Chief Medical Examiner is finding my own replacement.
As for you Listen, it was last minute, otherwise you would have been the first to know.
Mm, the second, but you still get a hug.
Oscar's going to be thrilled.
He's been wanting to talk to you.
- I talk to him all the time.
- In person.
Oh, my God, are you guys getting married? Are you fighting over who I'll stand with? Married? No.
But I think I should let him tell you.
Okay.
Fordham Leasing is a fake.
As far as I can tell, it only took our killer a month to fabricate a fully-functioning leasing company.
That's smart and methodical, just like Rodman and Duff's killer.
I looked into our victim's daughter, Bali.
She was dating this guy, Duncan Anderson.
Trent McAllister accused him of raping his daughter, Bali.
So, the father accused the boyfriend of raping his daughter? - Mm-hmm.
- That caused the rift.
Well, she went on to marry him.
The Andersons are on their way up with their legal team.
That's oddly proactive, isn't it? There they are.
So, tell me, what's going on? Tell me everything.
Uh, it's it's good.
You know, it's busy, but it's good, and, um, I would love it if you would come work for me.
- What? - Yeah.
I need a full-time investigator.
Look, I was going to do this right, too.
I was going to take you to dinner, I was going to woo you, I was going to be very, very charming, but Betty told me that she might have piqued your curiosity.
Are you really offering me a job? Mm-hmm.
Wow.
Oscar, I'm honoured.
But Well, I just, I wasn't expecting it, and it's a big decision.
Yeah.
No big deal, take your time.
You know, get back to me by tonight.
Oh, please.
Okay, let's shift gears.
What's going on with these people? Okay, when Bali was 16, her father filed sexual interference charges against Duncan.
- How old was he? - He was 19.
That's not a very big age difference.
Yeah, he was also assistant basketball coach at her school.
You were in a position of authority.
No, he wasn't.
Mrs.
Anderson wasn't on the team.
We're only three years apart.
And it was completely consensual.
Then how did you get caught? I got pregnant.
My father wanted me to have an abortion, and I refused.
So he pressed charges? I was in prison when our son was born.
[Vega]: A case like Duncan's is exactly why I started the Tabula Rasa Society.
Yeah, except that Duncan's not stuck in prison for a crime he didn't commit.
Yeah, but he's had to live with the label "convicted sex offender" his whole life.
He applies for a job, he's got to tell people about his conviction.
No banks lend him money.
A couple of months ago, somebody spray-painted "rapist" on his house.
Yeah, that's enough to make me snap.
The Andersons are good people, Angie, They need my help.
You know? You can all go to hell! - Okay, so, I'll talk to you later.
- Yup.
What, uh, what happened here? I asked them where they were when Bali's father was killed.
When I told them that Duncan and I were at home, they treated me like I was a liar.
Did they? Or were they just asking who could corroborate your story? Thomas was at the radio station for his work study.
We are not involving Thomas in any of this.
Look, we may not have a choice.
He doesn't know.
He doesn't his grandfather is dead? He doesn't know he was alive.
Duncan went to jail because of that man.
You really think I was going to let him have a relationship with my son? No, I-I get that, I understand that, but don't you think you guys should tell him? You know, before he finds out from somewhere else? [door opens] Hey.
Hey, Thomas, buddy, you got a second? Sure.
What's up? - Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- What is that? Nothing.
It's nothing Oh, my God.
That's it, that's it, I'm going down to the school.
No, no, no, Mom, that only makes things worse.
- It never ends.
- We will get Duncan exonerated.
Sure.
No way, you're making that up.
I'm telling you, the "Ghostbusters theme" and "I Want A New Drug" are the exact same song.
No, they're completely different.
Lexi, what do you think? I think you're both a couple of music nerds.
Hey, you fill out that application yet? - What application? - Well, Lexi found this radio arts program in Ontario.
And young Thomas is going to apply.
Maybe.
I mean, it's pretty expensive.
I bet there are scholarships you could apply for.
And having a reference letter from a working DJ wouldn't hurt your chances.
Who says I'm writing him a letter? Oh, you'll write it, if you know what's good for you.
Keep driving.
I've got an idea, let's go for burgers.
Thanks, but I should get home.
They're probably going to want my help cleaning this up.
[Lexi]: Thomas Thanks for the lift.
Mr.
Vega speaks highly of you.
You don't sound convinced.
Well, we've learned the hard way that cops can't be trusted.
I can understand that mistrust.
Oh, really? You've been railroaded by any cops lately? When I left Homicide, I joined Internal Investigations.
Now, I have seen a few bad cops.
But mostly, I see good cops that have made poor decisions.
Let's just keep this simple.
Where were you between Friday night and Saturday morning? Bali and I were at home, watching TV Okay, what did you watch? Uh, a nature documentary.
Penguins.
It was pretty depressing.
Talk about a harsh existence.
It's inspiring how they overcome the odds.
We went to bed around 11:30.
We got up at 8:30.
Can anyone verify that? Just remember what Mr.
Vega said.
No.
Thomas was at work.
When was the last time that you spoke with your father? 18 years ago, right after Duncan's trial.
I told him he was dead to me.
And there's been no other contact with Trent since then? Some birthday cards, that's about it.
- That's it? - That's it.
Hey, Duncan, we talked about this, right? Lying to the police is [chuckles] probably not the best strategy.
[Duncan]: Bali can't know.
She can't know what? I called Trent a couple of months ago, to ask him for money.
For Thomas.
He wants to go to college, study radio.
I thought if I could convince Trent how important it was to his grandson, that maybe I could get him to help out.
Without your wife knowing.
[sighs] Does she have to know? Look, obviously Duncan's reluctance to discuss his meeting with Trent is no indication that he murdered him.
No, I don't think Duncan killed Trent.
Uh, Angie Right, so you agree, that he's not a suspect? Well, you know, I can't discount his involvement just yet.
But you're not feeling it, right - Angie.
- Yeah? We should probably discuss this back at the station.
Okay, all right.
We gotta talk to the son, though.
- Great, no, I'll set it up.
- Okay.
- Nice to see you guys.
- Yeah.
[Mazur]: You did? That sounds fun! Okay, Mommy has to go now.
Bye-bye.
Love you.
So, what are we doing here? I put a flag on stolen car reports Because our suspect used one when they killed Mark Duff.
Nice.
Well, the Findley estate is only, what, five clicks from here? If this isn't our suspect, I'd be surprised.
If this is our suspect, I hope they left us some actual evidence this time.
Maybe.
Uh no.
Don't count on it.
Looks like someone cut out one of the airbags.
Probably to remove any cast-off DNA.
- This person is smart.
- Yeah, and possibly injured.
Driver's seat, grey hairs.
Yeah, if this person was really smart, they'd invest in a lint roller.
Okay, let's get F.
I.
U.
out here.
This car belongs to our homicide now.
[Thomas]: I didn't kill my grandfather.
[Vega]: They just have a few questions.
How many times did you and Trent meet? Uh, only a few.
Okay.
Did you see your parents on Friday night? No, I went straight to the radio station from school.
And how long were you there? Um I hung out with Shawn for the night shift, so I left at about 8:00 a.
m.
[clears throat] About 8:00 a.
m.
- And who's Shawn? - He's one of the radio DJs.
He's mentoring me.
Did you see your parents when you got home? Uh Yeah, I woke them up.
So you're Grandpa.
Yup.
Grandpa, that's me.
I never thought I was gonna hear anybody call me "Grandpa.
" Thomas, I've waited a long time to meet you.
What did your parents tell you about me? That you were dead.
Oh.
Surprise.
So, what happened between you and my mom? Your mom and I are very much alike.
Too much.
Your dad tells me you're into music.
Yeah.
Well Apparently, these have got the best dynamic range.
Yeah, these are great.
Thank you.
Wow, um My Dad says you're a repo guy? Yeah, that's one way of putting it.
What's the coolest thing you ever stole? I don't steal.
I recover stolen property.
A tank.
A tank? - You stole a tank? - I recovered a tank.
[chuckles] Where's this waiter? Hey, buddy! Dr.
Morgan, you're still here.
I wanted to take another look at the McAllister case.
Anything interesting? Maybe.
This portion of Mr.
McAllister's palm, see the indentation here? Mm-hmm.
What's your theory? Well, at first we thought it was damage caused by the tail rotor, but there are similar indentations on this piece of his neck.
It could have been caused by a piece of wire, like a garrote.
If he put his hand up to stop from being choked.
Good work.
I'll see you in the morning.
Thanks.
Angie, it's Betty.
I've got some info for you.
Hey, Anderson.
You a perv like your dad? You like to rape girls, too? He teach you everything you know? [car horn honks] See you at school tomorrow.
Thomas, again? Really? We talked about this.
I thought we agreed.
No more violence.
Hey, hey, let it go.
It's going to get better.
When? Everyone knows the police searched my house yesterday, asked me a bunch of stupid questions.
Went through my clothes.
They must have asked three times if I have a pet.
Have you thought about the position this puts Shawn in? What? The police looking into your family.
You're a kid.
He's a grown man.
What are they going to think? I don't know, he's my friend.
You're my friend.
But you know how people talk.
They don't care about the truth.
And once they start talking You too? Unbelievable.
You know what, Lexi, don't worry about it.
Have a nice life.
So, we don't think that Thomas or his parents killed Trent.
Oh, great.
That's great to hear.
Thank you.
Yeah, except that leaves us with no suspect.
Yeah You think it has something to do with McAllister's job? Well, we cleared all the debtors that McAllister repossessed property from, so, no.
Ah I wish I could help you.
Yeah.
- You can.
- How? I'd like to speak with everyone here at Tabula Rasa who's connected to Duncan's case.
You can't suspect one of my people.
Well, no, I just think maybe one of them might have said someone to someone else about what Trent did to Duncan So, what, like, a vigilante? That's your theory now? I'm following up on all possible leads.
Okay, uh Then you just leave it with me, I'll get back to you.
Yeah, you know I can't do that.
Yeah, and I can't let you go on a fishing expedition.
Well, it's not a fishing expedition if one of them actually said something to the wrong person None of my people would break attorney-client privilege.
I'm just trying to build a case.
I know.
I know that's what you're doing.
- Help me out.
- I'll tell you what I'll tell you what, you want to come back, you want to talk to somebody here, you're going to have to come back with a warrant.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Thanks for your time.
It's interesting Here.
It went against every instinct that I had not to give Angie the information she was asking for.
You're used to being on the same side.
Yeah, but I have an obligation to my staff.
- If I break that - You can't.
I can't.
And Angie understands that.
You know the problem.
The problem is that Vega's just doing what he's supposed to be doing.
You're just used to doing it with him.
Mm-hmm, I know, but it's not like he doesn't know what I gotta do.
I've gotta put a case together.
I've gotta keep reminding myself that she is my former partner.
You both still want the same thing.
You guys are just coming at it from different angles.
How'd you get to be so smart? Hmm? Right, so why are you so mad at him? Because I'm frustrated.
She's here one week.
That's what makes it harder.
Hey.
Hey.
Ouch.
What happened? Nothing, I just got in a fight at school.
This guy won't leave me alone One of those, huh? Your dad didn't teach you to defend yourself? He says I should just keep a low profile.
- Come on.
- What? The only way to deal with a bully is to kick his ass.
Let's go.
[purring] Hey.
Thomas told me what you said.
How could you do that to him? I'm just trying to protect you.
No.
First the bike accident, now this? I don't know what's going on with you, but if you can't be honest with me, we don't have a future.
Shawn Okay, so the police are convinced that your father's death is connected to your conviction, which is why I need a list of everyone who knows what Trent did to you.
Um, everyone connected to the original case, I guess, but I don't recall anyone being in my corner back then.
Well, is it possible that Thomas found out, before he was questioned by the police? No, absolutely not.
Duncan? Of course not.
But I can't speak for Trent.
What? You talked to him? When? When I asked him to help pay for Thomas's education.
Bali, I want Thomas to have every opportunity I never had Bali Please.
It's my fault.
I should have told her.
Well, we, um, we gotta find out if Thomas knows.
My son did not kill his grandfather.
No, I know that, I know that, but he may know the person who did, and I can guarantee that, right now, the police, they're wondering the same thing.
Thomas Anderson? The kid's a rock star.
He re-organized our music library.
He helps out in the news room pulling stories from the wire, and he's even pitched a couple of segment ideas to our morning DJs.
He ever talk about his personal life? No, not to me.
Maybe Shawn Bailey.
He's one of our DJs.
Thomas was kind of his unofficial protege.
- He was? - Yeah, Thomas cut his hours back.
He said he had to earn a bit more money for college.
Oh, what was he doing? Repo work, if you can believe it.
Yeah, I think we can.
I already told you that we're not treating Thomas as a suspect.
Well, then this shouldn't be an issue.
Can you [knocks on glass] Okay, so all of the recording devices have been cut now.
No one else is listening.
It's just us.
- May I? - Please.
Thomas, you told me you only met Trent a few times with your father.
Go ahead, Thomas.
That wasn't the whole truth.
Oh, I know.
You've been ditching work to hang out with him.
Only for a few weeks.
- And then what changed? - I found out what he did to my parents.
Did you tell anyone what he did? Just just Lexi.
Shawn's girlfriend.
Okay.
What's her last name? - Moore.
- Lexi Moore.
- How did we miss her? - She's got no criminal record.
Well, she was only clerking for our first victim.
Stop beating yourselves up.
We know she connects to Rodman.
Yeah, who connects to Duff.
What else? She's a mediation lawyer at Newman and Associates, where Andrew and Linda Findley settled their divorce.
She had access to the helicopter, she was dating Shawn Bailey.
Who is friends with Thomas Anderson, our victim's grandson.
- She's connected to everybody.
- Except Meredith Wright.
No, but she knew her.
Watch, we'll find that connection.
I already talked to a detective about Thomas's alibi.
We're not with Homicide.
We're with Internal Investigations.
Is that detective in trouble? Well, it depends.
Can you tell us what you told him? Um, Friday night, Thomas hung out with me during the night shift.
He was here until around 8:00 a.
m.
I was here till 11:00, and then I went home.
Did Detective Kennecki ask if anyone could verify that? A roommate? A girlfriend? I don't remember.
I don't think so.
Can anyone vouch for you? I live alone.
I didn't see my girlfriend Ex-girlfriend Until the next day.
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.
What happened? I have no idea.
I don't know what's going on with her lately.
She got hit by a bike and didn't even tell me.
When did that happen? Saturday morning.
So, you lived on Palmer Street? For almost 50 years.
I loved that house.
Such a nice neighbourhood.
Do you recognize this woman? How could I forget Lexi? She and her father lived next door for years.
I babysat her after her mother died.
You ever see her in the neighbourhood with another girl? - Meredith Wright? - Oh, yes, Meredith.
She lived with her aunt.
You're not a fan? Well, Meredith was a bit of a wild-child.
She got caught shoplifting, and I was glad the store pressed charges.
I thought, well, this should knock some sense into her.
Hmm.
Did it? Well, kids like that never change, but Lexi still hung out with her.
I was so worried Meredith would drag her down, too.
Thank God Lexi has such a strong moral compass.
Definitely.
[knocks] [knocks] Hey, stranger, I heard you were working for your grandfather.
- Yeah, that didn't really pan out.
- Everything okay? No.
But it'll be fine.
More trouble at school? - Listen, I gotta go.
- Just wait.
Shawn's off in five minutes, we'll grab a burger.
Thanks, but I've got homework.
At least let us give you a ride home.
Lexi Moore.
Hi.
I'm Detective Angie Flynn.
- We met three years ago.
- I remember.
How are you? I'm very, very good, Lexi.
There you go, that's for you.
This is all circumstantial.
Well, the judge found it compelling.
Come on in.
Right through there.
Now, is it okay to leave the door open? Because I don't want any pets to getting out.
Oh, the cat's long gone.
I think a coyote got it.
Aw, I'm sorry to hear that.
Be sure to check under the couch, because that's where we found the evidence in Meredith Wright's apartment.
The cat hair found at Lexi's house matches the cat hair found at Trent's crime scene and the stolen car.
And the cat hair from Meredith's place three years ago.
She was our killer then.
She's our killer now.
I'm not arguing with you.
Lexi Moore got the warrant overturned.
The judge said your parameters were too far-reaching.
We can't use anything? Fruit from the poison tree.
- We can still arrest her.
- Yeah.
Let's just let a trial judge decide what evidence is admissible.
I tried that.
The prosecutor doesn't want to take the risk.
Then we just have to work harder to find another connection.
Sergeant Lucas is more than welcome to stay on board for as long as that takes.
But I'm not? Interpol wanted you back yesterday.
HR booked your flight.
You leave tonight.
It's out of my hands.
I can't go now, not when we're this close.
Everyone knows that you got us here.
But we will finish this.
You have to go.
I'm sorry, Flynn.
And I'm going to need your firearm.
[Angie's voicemail message plays in French] Angie, it's Oscar.
So, listen, I don't like the way we've left things.
Can you call me, please? Thanks.
[call ringing] Hello.
Manny? Hey, it's me, Oscar.
Is your mom there? No, did you try her cell? No, I tried.
She didn't answer.
I was hoping to talk to her.
She said she had an errand to run.
Okay.
Ask her to call me when you see her.
[knocking on door] [persistent knocking] This is starting to feel like harassment, Detective.
I'm sorry.
I came to congratulate you.
You got that warrant overturned very quickly.
You're a good lawyer.
I'm busy, so if this isn't going anywhere You do know there's no statute of limitations on homicide? - I am aware of that.
- And I'm not retiring any time soon.
I admire your commitment.
Thomas really reminds me of Meredith.
He does.
A troubled kid, dealing with the fallout of decisions that adults have made, adults who should have known better You know, I've got something on the stove.
I just have one question.
So, your boyfriend, Shawn, he called you early Saturday morning, didn't he? I'm sure you've seen my cell phone records.
I have.
When you got that call, were you still at work, or were you at home? Home.
You know, I'm going to check all the cell phone towers, find out where that call bounced from.
[gasps] [gasping] So, are you going to shoot me, - or just let me bleed out? - Shut up.
Well, this did not go the way I planned.
I said shut up! Have you ever noticed how sometimes things don't go the way you plan? [chuckling] [engines powering up] How are you going to justify this, Lexi? Self-preservation.
- Lexi? - Don't move.
[Lucas]: Angie? She left a few hours ago.
I understand that, but I talked to Manny, and he said that she was running an errand on her way home? She didn't say anything about an errand.
She wasn't happy, though.
Saunders is sending her back to Paris.
But you guys have a suspect.
[sighs] You know I can't discuss that.
Lucas, you know I'm not asking.
Angie's not going to leave town without resolving that case.
Lexi please.
You shouldn't have come here.
Why'd you kill Trent, Lexi? For Thomas.
He's just a kid.
Thomas, why do you have a gun? He made me think we were friends.
He made me like him! Who are you talking about? Trent! Everything is his fault! The beatings, the name-calling Calm down, you're not making sense.
He told the police that my dad raped my mom.
- Your grandfather? - You know why he did it? He didn't want her to make a mistake.
I'm that mistake! I'm going to make him pay for what he did to me and my parents.
I'm not going to let you do that - Give me the gun.
- No.
Then I'll find another way.
[Lexi]: I had to stop him.
I couldn't let him become a monster.
He doesn't know how easy this is.
[hammer clicks] Lexi, put the gun down.
Lexi Drop the gun! Angie Call an ambulance.
Hey, hey.
Hey, hey, partner, I got you.
Stay with me, Angie.
Stay with me.
- I feel - No, no, stop talking.
Call an ambulance! Stay with me, Angie.
I think I made a mistake here.
No, no, don't talk, just Angie Angie [] If I could tell you All the words That I wish you knew If I could tell you how the world Is dim without you If you never If you Never Oh, if you Never Come home [] You sure you're up to flying today? Well, I'm a little sore, - but I should be okay.
- Well, I figured we had a couple hours before we left, so So, about that job offer Oh, yeah, no, about that, I'm rescinding that offer.
You don't want me to work with you? I want you to work for me, I just don't want to be the reason you quit.
Well, I got stabbed, so I can legitimately quit if I want to.
No, I know, but you don't want to quit.
You don't know that.
I don't want to quit.
- You don't miss it at all? - No, not at all.
I miss you.
I miss you, too.
I can only do one more tour with Interpol.
I think I might want to do that.
So, hey, look, anything can happen.
Anything can happen.