The Fosters Episode Scripts

N/A - Collateral Damage

1 Previously on The Fosters Ow! Aah! - Stef: That's a - Doctor: Nail.
It's embedded several inches into his frontal lobe.
You know, I'm at an increased risk of having a seizure.
So is this something you do now? You get high? Noah has a medical marijuana card.
Mariana: I took some of Jesus' ADHD pills.
That's like taking speed.
Are you crazy? - I can't believe you're still seeing Nick! - What does it matter if he thinks that I'm his girlfriend as long as he's locked up? Mike: Callie's caused Brandon a lot of trouble from the time she showed up.
And what about this Aaron kid? Is she yanking his chain too? - Hey, anybody home? Police.
- (gunshots) Stef: You heard gunshots.
You were amped on adrenaline and I was lying on the ground.
- Of course you thought that he still had the gun.
- But he didn't.
I'm gonna talk to Robert today, change my statement.
They're gonna think you're lying to cover my ass! Callie: There was other DNA on the murder weapon besides Martha Johnson's and Kyle's.
Stef: Why did Kyle's lawyers never see this? Because Detective Gray didn't want him to.
Detective Joe Gray.
I understand you're interested in an old case of mine.
If we can place another suspect at Martha Johnson's house on the day she was murdered, then we might get a judge to order them to give a DNA sample.
Callie: Like our curb painter Doug Harvey.
I want to go to Juilliard more than anything.
Stef: Promise me that you will not hold back on this audition because you feel that you have an obligation to this girl.
Do you have any idea what it takes to study here? What do I do then? Break up with her? So Rita called me and she's up in Sacramento talking to like, representatives and stuff, and the good news is that Justina's bill died before it even made it to a vote.
That's because of you, Callie.
Yeah, but so apparently, they've got like, a ballot measure.
You know, when they put something out to the voters.
- Like they did with Prop 8? - Yeah, exactly.
So they're calling it the Foster Care Reform Bill, but, you know, of course it's just the same terrible law that puts most of government funding towards privatization.
- They're relentless, aren't they? - Yeah, and of course people are gonna vote for something called "Foster Care Reform.
" Yeah.
I mean, it sounds good to me.
Exactly, and the only way to get voters to see that there's, you know, a better way to do things is to put a different bill on the ballot, and they're calling it Jack's Law.
Stef: Oh.
- That way, voters can at least - See the difference? Yeah? Sounds like a good idea.
Maybe the bills just cancel each other out? Even that would be better than Justina getting her law passed.
So, they need 500,000 signatures to get the new bill on the ballot, so I was thinking since we're all already going to the Bayfest to see Brandon's big reunion with Someone's Little Sister Lena: Mm-hmm? What if we had like a booth and, you know, like, collected signatures and and took donations? There's gonna be a ton of people there.
Can I go? I I mean, I know I'm grounded, but it's not like Noah's gonna be there, so.
You're not grounded from family things.
Of course you can go.
(phone chimes, vibrates) Uh, hey, Mama? Where's my refill? I'm almost out.
- They haven't sent it yet? - No.
Uh, okay.
I will call them tomorrow.
Oh, my god.
What? I I got an email from from Juilliard.
- And? - Open it.
Open it, love.
(stammers) I I Stef: What where are you going? - (door slams) - Where is he going? What? W why isn't he doing anything? Oh, my god! (louder) Oh, my god! - I I got in! - (all scream) I got in! Oh, my god! Oh, my god, I got into Oh, my Oh, my Oh, my god! (laughter) Oh, my god! Let me see, let me see! - Come on! - Okay, here.
I I didn't read it all.
I I couldn't read it all.
Oh, my god! Look at you! (theme song playing) It's not where you come from It's where you belong Nothing I would trade I wouldn't have it any other way You're surrounded by love And you're wanted So never feel alone You are home with me Right where you belong Stef: Can't believe he did it.
You know? It's one of those things that you talk about for years and years and years, and then it finally happens, and and (sighs) I have to find a way to pay for it.
We will.
And I'm sure he's gonna get a really good aid package.
Yes, and hopefully I will make detective, so that will take some of the pressure off too, right? Honey, I don't want you to do that just for the money.
I'm not, I swear.
I I do really enjoy this line of work, all right? And and to be quite honest, it's time.
You know, it's long past time for me to get off the beat.
Well, I know I'm gonna sleep better.
I know, love.
Me too, you know, if for no other reason than I won't have to be on my feet all day, so hopefully my my knees won't hurt all the time, and and ugh, won't have to put on that damn uniform anymore.
Hey, what's the matter with the uniform? It has been an honor to wear it everyday for the past 20 years, but it's it's polyblend and it's hot and it's incredibly unattractive.
It'd be fine with me if I never saw it again.
Never? Oh my.
You have the right to remain silent.
- Do I? - Mm-hmm.
And you better start right now.
And after 20 years on the beat, I think that, uh, I think I finally realized that my talents would probably be put to better use elsewhere, so.
Well, you know what? I think you're right.
We're always looking for more female detectives, and to find someone with your experience and commitment, well, we'd be lucky to have you.
Thank you.
- Of course, I've gotta run it up the ladder, - Yes.
But I think everything looks very good.
And it doesn't hurt that you've already got a recommendation from one of our most decorated veterans.
Someone put in a recommendation for me? Yeah.
Joe Gray.
I figured you knew him, asked him to.
Yeah, I know him.
Timothy: And in the end, if so many people had to die, well, that was just a byproduct of our hero's journey.
The Romans were pretty merciless that day.
- (bell rings) - Okay, more on this tomorrow.
Make sure you've done your reading.
Mariana, a word? - Yeah? - So I read your paper.
It's not your best work.
I expect a lot more from you.
- - Oh, my god.
I I've just I've been so busy with Robotics, I've gotten so far behind.
I'm just I'm just trying to catch up.
You had the same time as everyone else.
Please, if if you can, can I just have this weekend to make it better? I I promise I will fix it.
It's just this will ruin my GPA.
But I want it Monday.
First thing.
And it better be good.
(phone rings, vibrates) Hello? Hey.
It's me.
Um, I've got some good news.
- What? - I'm home.
You are? Well, I mean, just for the weekend.
They've got me on house arrest, so I can't leave.
Well that must be nice, to be home for a little bit.
Yeah, it is.
And you know the best part? You can come over.
I can finally touch you again.
(screeching) Bad interview? No, great interview, in fact.
Got a big, fancy detective puttin' in a good word for me.
Huh? Gray sent over a recommendation.
The hell is that? Does he think that he can just buy me, buy my silence? I'm just gonna owe him, be his bitch? (chuckles) He obviously doesn't know you very well.
So, I mean, what are you gonna do? Are you gonna take yourself out of the running? No.
That's evidence that Benjamin Torres was 14 years old when Molloy molested him.
Give that to your friend in Vice and tell him that Gray threatened to have Benjamin's parents deported.
See what he can do with it.
Are you sure you want to do this? It sounds like Gray is keeping an eye on you.
(chuckles) Yeah, I'm sure.
(Stef's engine starts) - Mariana: I missed you.
- (kissing sounds) I'm so glad you're home.
No matter what you dream of tonight I know that I'm on your brain No matter where you go Where are you going? You fell asleep.
- No, I didn't.
- (laughs) It's okay.
(groans) I'm sorry.
I just I haven't been sleeping like, at all.
(knock on door) Hello.
Just wanted to make sure everyone was decent in here.
Don't worry.
Oh, Mat, congratulations, by the way.
On what? Getting into Berklee.
Very happy for you.
You got into Berkeley? I didn't even know you applied there.
- Why didn't you tell me? - It's no big deal.
I I don't even know if I want to go.
You should probably take a nap.
Call me later if you want.
No matter what you dream of tonight I know that I'm on your brain No matter where you go No matter where you stay No matter where you end up tonight I know that I'm on your brain No matter what you do - No matter what you say - No matter what you say No matter what you dream of tonight I know that I'm on your brain So what do you have for me? Whatever it is, give it to me quick.
Uh, this place is giving me flashbacks to high school.
Is this a hint? Are you trying to tell me something? It's from Doug Harvey.
The curb painter? Yeah.
Did you break into his house? Callie, what the hell? You could have gotten yourself killed.
Well, I didn't, so now we can see if Harvey's DNA matches anything on the murder weapon.
No, we can't.
It's not admissible.
What's the point? Not to mention the fact that you broke a bunch of laws to get it.
Okay, what was I supposed to do? No, if you could have heard Kyle when he told me that they were sending him to Folsom early I'm telling you, if we can't figure out how to give him some hope at least he's gonna (sighs) Okay, um we'll get it tested.
At least we'll know.
As long as you promise not to do anything stupid again.
Callie, I'm serious.
(phone rings, vibrates) What? Nothing.
What? I said nothing.
- Was it Nick? - Jesus! Whoa, he's home? You can't go see him.
- Yeah, I know! - I'm serious.
Mariana, you can't go see him.
I'm not going to.
Well, then text him.
- I will.
- Yeah? - Do it now.
- No, I'll do it later.
No, you won't.
Yes, I will, Jesus! I'll do it as soon as I'm done with this stupid paper! Now leave me alone! Okay.
See now, no sooner do I try and help you out you go and make me regret it.
Nobody asked for your help.
Too high a price as far as I can see.
All I did was ask you to stay out of it.
And I did.
Handing over evidence to the guys in Vice doesn't seem like staying out of it to me.
So making detective, that's not worth anything to you? Not this.
What about having a job at all? Keep talking.
Give me more to go to Internal Affairs with.
It's funny you should mention IA.
I was thinking they'd be very interested in finding out how you tried to cover for your ex-partner.
Or was it your ex-husband? No, wait, it's both, when he was being investigated for shooting an unarmed man.
That's one thing about IA.
They hate being lied to.
You're not the only one who could do a little digging, officer.
You have a good night now.
Callie: Okay.
You're raising money for Kyle too? I thought it couldn't hurt.
Wow, nice location, Callie.
I think we could do some damage from here, huh? Um, where do you want this? Uh, just across the back.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Mike: Hey, AJ, come give me a hand.
Hey! Hey! (gasps) Oh, I love them! - Thank you so much for doing this! - Of course.
- Yes! - Yay! Wow.
There there's two of you.
That's crazy.
Um, I'm gonna go grab the rest of the chairs.
Okay, who is that? He was cute.
Oh, that is Aaron.
You know, the intern I told you about from the Juvenile Justice Center.
Oh, so he's smart too.
Nice! (giggles) Callie: Hey, Jude, I Hey, what's up with Callie and that guy? Nothing.
Why are you asking me that? Just looking out for you.
Look, Mike, I know you don't like Callie.
Okay? But I do, and I'm gonna keep seeing her.
And if you don't want me to keep seeing her, well, that's too bad.
I'm gonna be 18 soon, and if you don't want me staying under your roof anymore, I guess I'll just move on.
(doorbell rings) - Hey.
- Hey.
Did did your sister tell you that I was home? You want to come in? Look, Mariana doesn't want to say this to you because she doesn't want to, you know, hurt your feelings I guess, but she doesn't want to be with you anymore.
She's with Mat now, so you have to leave her alone.
Okay? Why didn't she tell me this herself? Because she's afraid of you.
So we're calling it Jack's Law for my friend who was killed in the system.
Uh, so we just need enough signatures to get the bill on the ballot.
I was a foster kid, so believe me, it's really important.
Oh, we already signed the Foster Care petition.
You did? Yeah, about an hour ago over by the entrance.
That's weird.
- We just got here.
- Yeah, I know.
Or maybe they just didn't want to sign.
Yeah, maybe.
AJ: So there's this other bill that like, puts all the money into like, businesses instead of for the kids, but we're trying to fight that, so maybe you could sign? Um, I don't think so.
I gotta meet my friends.
Couldn't close, huh? Moment goes ooh For now, not forever Ooh Thank you.
Hi, are you interested in foster care reform? We just, uh, we need some signatures to get our bill on the ballot.
- Uh, yeah, sure.
- Thanks.
Would you also consider donating to help Kyle Snow get a fair trial? He was wrongly convicted of murder.
No, I won't.
You know, you shouldn't be doing that.
You're raising money for a murderer.
Okay, well, he's not a murderer Yes.
He is.
Um I'm Troy Johnson.
Martha was my grandmother.
See, a friend of mine called me this morning to tell me about this, and I didn't believe it.
You have to stop.
I just got my mother back after years of her being so depressed, she couldn't even get out of bed.
I'm sure this has been really hard for you all, but Kyle is a victim here too, okay? - He did not do this.
- Yes, he did.
No, he didn't.
The detective on your grandmother's case made sure that he was convicted even though there was evidence that points to somebody else, okay? Don't you want the person that's responsible to be found? Look, Kyle is guilty.
I know that, and so did the jury.
And I'm sorry if you have convinced yourself of some cockamamie theory, but please let this go.
For my family's sake.
Hi there.
Can we talk to you for a minute about foster care reform? Okay, this is so frustrating.
What is going on? Why aren't you working the crowd? You're much better at harassing people than I am.
(chuckles) I, uh (clears throat) Detective Gray came to visit me as I was leaving work yesterday.
- Again? - Yeah, and he, uh, threatened to go to IA if I didn't drop the whole thing.
He knows about how I covered for Mike after the shooting.
- How does he know about that? - I have no idea.
Does this mean you could lose your job? (sighs) Honey, you don't have to make detective.
That's fine.
We're gonna be fine.
But if you lose your job you have to let this go.
Hey, listen, there's a child molester still out on those streets thanks to Detective Gray.
And an innocent kid is sitting, rotting away his life in jail.
How am I supposed to walk away from that? There are other people who can take this on.
- Well - Let the JJC handle it.
Isn't that what they're there for? They're not gonna get justice for Benjamin Torres, Lena.
They're not.
This is an issue of integrity for me, Lena.
- Why can't you see that? - You you are the one who's always saying that we can't save them all.
And you know what? Sometimes you have to.
You have to compromise your integrity.
It sucks, but it's true.
You do what you have to do for the sake of your family.
Excuse me, uh, can I talk to you for a second about, uh, foster care reform? Hi, do you have a moment to talk about foster care Hi.
Do you have a moment to talk about serious reforms needed in the foster system? - Sure.
- My team and I are collecting signatures to get a really important bill on the ballot and would Wait a minute, I know you, don't I? I mean, Berkeley? That's eight hours away, and he didn't even tell me he was going to apply, and it's because he knew that I was going to be upset.
That's why.
At least it's not one of those schools that he was looking at on the East Coast.
And my grandparents live nearby, so I can visit, and and it's it's just a year, right? Are you okay? No.
I don't know.
I'm gonna get these guys.
Excuse me.
Mariana: Hi.
Are you familiar with Jack's Law? Uh, we're trying to get another reform bill placed on the ballot.
So Justina's people are here too.
- For real? - Yeah.
Guess we weren't the only ones with the brilliant idea of getting signatures here.
But I am not going to let them have the upper hand.
I'm going to work harder and I need a new petition.
Already? Damn, that is impressive.
But of course, if we were all as cute as you, I'm sure we'd be on our fourth petition too.
Are you serious right now? I'm standing right here.
What? You know what.
Stop hitting on my girlfriend, man.
I know you kissed her.
And I've been trying to be chill with you, but every time I turn around, you're making moves.
- AJ - Stay in your lane, man.
- For real.
- AJ, he's just playing.
Well, that's enough playing.
Does he always get this worked up? Seriously? You really want to start something with me? You're about half my size on a good day, little man.
I will break you, so watch your damn mouth.
Okay, okay, you know what, um Aaron, he has a point, okay? And you need to stop pressing people's buttons but you need to shut the hell up - and stop being such a jerk.
- Hey, hey, hey, hey, what's going on? Oh, good! Yeah, yeah, yeah, great! I'm sure you think that I've created all this drama, that I'm just yanking everyone's chain, right? - Callie, I don't know - No, Mike.
It's actually none of your business and I don't care what you think, so you need to stay the hell out of it, okay? Dammit.
Aaron! What was that? Come on, Mike.
You always blame her for everything.
- What? - It's not fair, and you know it.
AJ, I have nothing against Callie personally.
I I'm just I worry.
Look, let's be clear about one thing.
You're family.
Hey, you're not going anywhere no matter how I feel about your love life.
Okay? You always have a home with me.
Hey, can we stop soon? I'm starving.
We just had lunch.
Excuse me, sir? Would you sign our petition for foster care reform? Some people are weird.
No kidding.
Come on.
Let's go.
- Excuse me, would you two - You got what you wanted.
Aaron went home.
You are such a jackass.
How am I the jackass here, Callie? You're the one that pulled away from me when I tried to kiss you this morning.
And then you went and comforted him after all those shots he took at me.
Okay, I didn't pull away because of Aaron, I pulled away 'cause Mike was there.
And yeah, I I went after him because of what you said.
- It was so shady, - What? I didn't say anything that wasn't true.
Calling him out for his size, obviously he's sensitive about that.
Well, obviously I'm sensitive about some dude hitting on my girlfriend.
Okay, Aaron is trans, AJ.
How Anybody want to sign for Jack's Law? Anybody? - Jack's Law? - I'll sign.
I I, uh You're not I'm I'm not not supposed to see you.
I won't tell if you won't.
Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Brick by brick the walls are building Mariana: So, you know, I was thinking, and Berkeley isn't so bad.
I mean, it's not ideal, but it's not that far and they've got a really good Robotics program, so I was thinking maybe I could apply next year I'm pretty sure Berkeley doesn't have a Robotics program.
Yes, it does.
I I looked it up.
It's a really good one, in fact.
Pretty sure Berklee College of Music doesn't have a Robotics program.
Berklee College of Music? Where is that? Boston.
Come on.
We're up soon.
Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Oh, oh, I'm in too deep What I did is killing me Callie? So I called Justina Marks.
You know her, right? Yeah.
Well, to tell her how well we were doing and how weird it was that there's this whole other group collecting signatures here, and, well, she asked me to pass along a little message.
She told me to tell you that opening people's mail is a federal offense.
- I didn't - Well, she knows you posted a picture of the check she got online, so pack up, go home, and stop all this or she's gonna have you arrested.
Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Hey.
So, uh, listen, I handled the whole Nick thing.
What? What do you mean you handled it? What what did you do? I I went to see him, and, um - You went to see him? - Yeah, and we talked man to man, and I I made it clear that you're not his girlfriend anymore, that you're with Mat, and you don't ever want to see him again.
Oh, my god, why did you do that? You're so stupid! Now he's gonna be mad at me and I'm gonna have to I Mariana, it's it's okay.
It's gonna be fine.
- You're fine.
- You don't know that.
Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Hey, what's going on? I can't do this.
I - Can't do what? - Just any of it.
I can't keep trying to help people, and just have it blow up in my face again.
I can't.
It's hard to help people sometimes.
You know, it's hard to do the right thing, and sometimes people get hurt, sometimes you get hurt.
But it's no excuse though.
You gotta keep doing what you're doing.
And you're doing a great job, you hear me? Hey, can I go up with you guys? Um, on stage? Why? Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Oh, oh, I'm in too deep Captain Roberts, this is Stefanie Adams-Foster.
Um, I want to leave this on your voicemail so that I don't change my mind.
I'd like to see you on Monday.
Something I'd like to take to IA.
Oh What I've done is killing me Hey, how's everyone doin'? Sorry, I I know everyone's here to see some music, and the amazing Someone's Little Sister is about to play.
Um I just want to take a few seconds to talk about my friend Jack Downey.
He was let down by the foster care system and died because of abuse in an unsafe home.
Uh, and I'm here today because I want to make sure that his death was not in vain.
See, there's two different bills circulating today, and one of them is sponsored by the people that are directly responsible for Jack's death.
So, I just I'm asking you, please, please take one minute from your day today to help us get Jack's Law on the ballot this fall.
Thank you.
And now, Someone's Little Sister.
(cheers and applause) Both: Whoo! Thank you.
We're Someone's Little Sister.
Uh, well, some of us are.
Our keyboardist is actually on a little vacation right now, so we asked our old friend, Brandon Foster, to join us.
And, uh, Brandon actually just got some really exciting news.
He will be attending Juilliard this fall.
I think he deserves a round of applause for that, yeah? (cheers and applause) In honor of this most momentous achievement, uh, we wanted to play a song that he just wrote.
It's called Collateral Damage.
Brandon and Lou: Red panic White noise - (phone rings) - Everywhere you turn It's work.
Hey, Monty, why are you calling me on a Saturday? What's going on? Hey, uh, I'm sorry, I can't hear you.
I'm gonna step away and call you back.
It's just natural When you find something To hold onto That's right about the time You're gonna be forced to choose Between what you need and what you want What you love and what you don't What's your problem anyway? You found yourself You just had to give it all away Implications From underneath You try to cast them out Try to break them down - (singing continues) - (bongos playing) (phone trilling) He's here.
Jesus: Who? Who's here? Nick.
Okay, where are you? - Um - Mariana.
Uh, I'm I'm by the bathroom.
Mariana, what's going on? Mariana! I I gotta Hey, sorry about that.
So what's going on? What's your problem anyway? - Let me.
I'll check inside.
- Okay.
(phone trilling) - Nick: Hello? - Hey, are you here? - Are you at Bayfest? - What? Listen, are you at Bayfest? Did you come here looking for Mariana? I have an ankle bracelet, dude.
I can't leave.
She's not in there.
Then where the hell is she? Wait, what's going on? Hey, what's going on? (phone disconnects) I think that she might be taking your pills again.
Wait, wait, wait, wait, what do you what do you mean "again"? Hey.
Have have you seen Mariana? Uh, no, babe.
Not for a while.
Why? Because we can't find her anywhere.
- And - And, um, she might have taken some of my pills.
Look, I I didn't know anything about it, but I'm worried because she called me and she said that she she thinks she sees Nick here.
N Nick here? How could he possibly be here? Hey.
Listen, I'm sorry.
I just You should have told me about Aaron before.
I mean, I wouldn't have gotten so jealous.
Why? 'Cause he's trans? That's a very ignorant thing to say.
What? Aaron is no less of a man than you are, and just 'cause he's trans, that would never stop me from seeing him.
Okay, so do you want to date him? No, that's not what I said.
I mean that I would consider it if I weren't seeing you.
Well, maybe you shouldn't be then.
What? Seeing me.
(sighs) Uh Hey, have you seen Mariana? No.
(toilet flushing) Why were you in my house? Excuse me? Why were you in my house? Why are you watching me? I haven't.
I I'm not I'm not.
I'm not watching you.
I don't even know who you are.
Don't lie to me because I saw you.
- I'm not - I saw you.
I know you're watching me.
I'm not watching you.
I don't know who you are.
- Don't lie to me.
- Okay, if you could just let me Woman: What's going on here? - Hey.
Have you Anything? - No.
No, no, no.
We've looked everywhere.
We've been all over this place.
Uh Okay, hold it right there.
Excuse me, my name is Stef Adams-Foster.
I'm a police officer with the sixth precinct.
I have reason to believe that my daughter is missing.
- She is 5'2, she's Latina - Attention all officers, we have a BOLO for Nick Stratos.
Be on the lookout for Nick Stratos.
18, sandy brown hair.
I repeat, we have a BOLO for Nick Stratos.
Parolee cut off his ankle bracelet and is on the run.
He's out on early parole.
What? Uh, I just got a call.
The, uh, the college board, they flagged that Tristan kid when he took the SATs again and he scored so much lower.
Uh, and? And, um he told them he told them everything, including your name.
Uh what does what does that mean? It means you you're not going to Juilliard.
(breathing heavily) (sniffles) Okay.
(sobs) (car stops) Troy: Oh, hey.
You all right? Uh, yeah.
Hey, look, I'm sorry about before.
It's, um just been kind of hard.
No, I understand.
Actually, um I think my sister's missing.
Uh, she's Latina, uh, really short, um, she has a #justice4jack shirt on.
Have you seen her? - Uh, dark hair? - Yeah.
- Pretty girl? - Yeah.
Yeah, I think I actually did see her get into a car just a little bit ago.
Um, do you want to I mean, I think if we hurry, we could probably Yeah, yeah.
Thank you.
Yeah, sure.
Mariana, get in the car.
Come on.
Hey, it's okay.
- Just get in the car.
- No, leave me alone! No, you can't.
You you broke in to my house! - You had a gun! - I know, I know, I'm sorry, okay? - Just please, please - No! You don't get to touch me! You hurt me! You scared me! You - I know, I know just - You made me afraid in my own bedroom! You you were gonna No, I I was never gonna hurt you! - You were gonna kill yourself! - Please! I I'm sorry! - Just come with me please! - I don't love you, Nick! Stop! You don't get to do that! You don't get to do something like that and then just be with me! I never want to see you again! They couldn't have gotten too much further.
(phone rings) Aaron: Hey, so, uh, I just got a call from the JJC.
They got the DNA report back.
- And? - And Harvey is not a match.
- Oh.
- But there was more DNA on the murder weapon besides Kyle's.
They can't ID it, but it's from someone related to Martha.
A man.
It's okay, Mariana.
I'm okay.
I understand that you don't want to see me anymore, and I understand why.
I'm sorry I ever scared you like that.
(car speeding) There! There! Stop the car! - Stop it! Let me out! - (car door opens) Hey! What did you do to her? Jesus! Whoa! Jesus - Stop, stop, stop - Mariana: Jesus, stop! Jesus! Stop Nick: Jesus, stop, stop.
Hey! Oh, my god! Jesus! Jesus, honey, can you hear me? Call 911.
What did you do?! Buddy, baby, are you okay? Jesus, talk to me, honey.