Alphas s01e06 Episode Script

Bill and Gary's Excellent Adventure

Organic chemistry is killing me.
No matter how many hours I study, I still don't feel like I'm getting it.
Your father knows how hard you've been working.
Yeah, I'm sure he talks about me all the time.
He just assigned you to me as a bodyguard and forgot all about me.
Get down.
Sara, help! Lisa, I said get down! don't say no for an answer and there's no telling where we've been 'cause people don't understand understand, understand people don't understand people like me Did you not come to bed at all last night? I-I'm sorry, babe.
I was just catching up on work and fell asleep on the couch.
That Dr.
Rosen's been keeping you busy, huh? Yeah, yeah, he is.
Still, never thought I'd say this, but D.
might not be such a bad idea.
You don't want to go back to the FBI? Since when? Of course, I do.
It's just that, you know, working with Rosen does have its positives, right? You know, the cases are really, really interesting, and the money is better, right? So you get to remodel that bathroom or maybe even do the garage for me.
Honey, you got nothing to worry about.
It may be a little awkward at first, especially with Persky, but-- No, I'm not worrying about that at all.
I'm just thinking about what's, you know, what's best for us.
That's all.
I know what's best for you.
You belong in the FBI.
I'm gonna make you some tea.
Start your day off nice and calm.
Hicks, where the hell are you? We're almost there.
I'm gonna lose him! Screw it.
Rachel, take the wheel.
I'll drive.
Okay, I can see him.
He's headed west on Third.
What's in the package? Need-to-know basis.
just-- they just want the package.
'Scuse me.
'Scuse me! Gary, what's his 20? Agh, come on, move it.
I don't know.
I-I lost him.
He went into a park, and there's no cameras.
Come on, we gotta find this guy.
Rachel, it's on you.
God, I'm just pulling over.
There's too much traffic.
Gary, we're gonna have to run.
No, we just ate.
You're not supposed to run after you eat.
- Please, Gary.
- It's a medical fact.
Rachel, what is your ETA? Gary won't budge.
I don't care.
Get here now! Gary, you have to stay in the car.
Promise to stay in the car.
- Yeah.
- Don't go anywhere.
And do not talk to anybody, okay? Promise? Yeah, I promise.
No moving, no talking.
You can't park here.
I'm not supposed to talk to you.
I need you to move this vehicle.
I already said I'm not supposed to talk to you.
All right.
License, registration.
We ask the questions.
Where'd you get that? I told you.
We ask the questions.
Respect the badge.
Step out of the van.
Got it.
We bumped into each other.
It was an accident.
We're both fine.
So you can go now.
I'm glad you're okay.
I should go now.
Sorry, I got here as fast as I could.
What happened? It's okay.
We got what Sullivan wanted.
- You got it? - Whatever it is.
- Okay.
- Where's Gary? I had to leave him.
- What? - Alone? He's in the car.
He promised, okay? He did.
Gary-- oh, God.
I promised not to get out of the van.
She's crying.
She's crying.
That--that means that she's sad.
She's very sad.
Yes, thank you very much.
So I located Gary.
He's at, uh, the 18th Precinct, and he was arrested for illegal parking and resisting arrest and for impersonating a federal officer.
So he should be out in, um, about 15 years.
Stop it.
I'm--I'm so sorry.
This isn't funny.
Don't--don't worry about it, because I will take care of it.
Well, you should take care of it because you're the one who told me to leave him.
Rachel, don't go there, okay? You need to take responsibility for that.
- So do you.
- People, please.
The important thing is that Gary's safe, right? Yes, Gary is safe.
Yes, Gary is safe.
He'll be safer because I will get him.
What is wrong with him? He's in a special mood today.
I don't know.
Then they printed it, and they took my picture.
Gary, you need to learn to listen to people when they ask you to do something.
I was listening, though.
Good, Gary.
And then I saw the sad girl on Broadway and 4th.
Thank you for cutting him loose.
Uh, you guys look pretty busy in here.
Yeah, everyone's tied up with the Lisa Collier thing.
Your FBI buddies have been all over our asses about it.
Really? What's-- what's the state of play? It looks like some drug cartel, Los funda-something.
Wait, Los Fundadores? Really? I mean, what--ransom? We did get proof of life.
Cell phone video.
Tried tracing it.
Came up empty.
Yeah, that's her.
That's the sad girl.
What? Hey, Gary.
Don't sit at people's desks.
- What? - Don't do that.
You saw Lisa Collier? Yeah, that's what I keep saying, Bill.
You don't listen.
I saw her on the video.
- Shh, shh.
- And then-- inside voice.
And then I saw her cell phone signal.
It was very strange, but I traced it.
It was Broadway and 4th.
And you know where this phone is? Yeah, Bill, I keep saying that.
You need to work on your listening skills.
No, no, we need to get that phone.
Come on.
That's not your pen, Bill.
You're sure it's down here? Yeah, yeah.
It's there.
- Agh.
- Oh.
I looked up Los Fundadores online.
They cut people's heads off.
- Yeah.
- There was a-- there was a picture of a guy, and he had blood pouring out.
You should not be watching that kind of stuff.
No, I know, but that's why you're gonna help, right? Well-- You want to help protect Lisa from getting hurt.
Yeah, there's that.
There's that.
But there's also--you know how I'm supposed to go back to the bureau, right? Yeah, you broke an agent's clavicle.
- Yeah.
- They disciplined you.
It's not like he didn't deserve it.
Listen, they called me yesterday.
They reviewed my case.
They're gonna kick me out.
Now, Lisa Collier's father is one of the richest men in New York.
That's gonna make this a high-profile case.
Now, what I'm thinking is, if I can crack the case, that might get me back in.
I need your help.
- Yeah.
- I need a partner.
Can you be my partner? A partner? Bill, partners are equal.
Yes, yes.
So you can't tell me what to do.
I get my own say, Bill.
Okay, all right.
- Ah.
- Ugh.
- Ew.
- Ohhh.
There it is.
Agh! I told you it was there.
I'm a good partner.
Yes, you are a good partner.
Partners get to drive, Bill.
Don't even start that.
Detective Kellerman.
Yeah, I remember.
What are you doing here? Need to ask you a few more questions about Timothy Darren.
I want you to listen verycarefully.
Why don't you move along? I got this.
You in some kinda trouble? Avoiding me isn't a good idea.
Get in the elevator, and go home.
What the hell's going on? It's nothing, Hicks, okay? Just stay out of it.
It's nothing? I just watched you push a cop.
You're gonna sit there and tell me it's nothing? You want to know what's going on? Fine.
That cop, Kellerman, he thinks I killed someone.
Is that enough information for you? How did you find this? Agent Bell found it.
He is our resident computer genius at D.
No, no, Bill.
That's not my cover.
We have to tell people that I'm a data analyst.
- Gary-- - That's my cover.
Just what's the deal here? What the hell did Collier do to piss of Los Fundadores? These guys don't usually come this far north to pull off an abduction.
He has some factories in their territory.
They wanted to tax him.
He didn't want to pay.
Oh, yeah.
Harken, what are you doing here? Someone found the cell phone? Actually, Agent Harken brought it in.
Bill, this is James Collier, the father of the victim, and his chief of security, Sara Nelson.
Collier, I'm really sorry to hear about your daughter.
This is an FBI investigation.
Yeah, well, D.
has taken interest.
Yeah? Since when? Who's this kid? I'm Bill's partner, Gary Bell.
I'm--I'm a computer genius.
No! I'm a data analyst.
Agent Bell is a very gifted member of our team.
I'm a high-functioning autistic.
Someone please tell me about the cell phone.
This phone is what we call a burner, okay? They come pre-loaded with minutes, so there's no billing information, and they're very hard to track.
So what you're saying is, it's no help.
The kidnappers should be contacting us with their demands very soon.
Oh, that's your plan? Wait? My daughter is out there somewhere.
Sir, you don't need to be here.
Oh, I don't.
So then who's gonna handle this? You? Mr.
Collier, I can tell you from having extensive experience with Los Fundadores that my partner, Agent Bell, and I-- Agent Bell.
Can bring your daughter back safely.
Sir, this man was expelled from the FBI for disciplinary reasons.
I don't think it's-- I don't care what you think.
This man and Agent Bell are the only ones that have made any real progress in finding my daughter.
Everyone's calling me Agent Bell.
I think what Mr.
Collier is saying is we could use all the help we could get.
I agree.
Don't you? Of course.
You're in.
Don't screw it up.
Did you get rid of that phone like I told you? Just a sec.
I'm doing my exercises.
I told you to destroy that thing, not throw it away.
You don't know the difference? It's been found.
It's a burner, okay? It's not gonna lead anywhere.
Just because you're a civilian now does not mean you can slack off.
My freakin' hands are cramping from stress.
Too much sitting around waiting.
The payoff is coming.
Or would you rather get sniper guard on some oil rig in the Sudan? I'm sorry about the phone.
Was that so hard? Where you going? To get some air.
Is that okay with you? No more screw-ups.
Whatever you say, sergeant.
Hey, you gotta forgive Reg.
He's been through a lot.
Thank you Sandra.
I--yeah, I'll try not to keep Gary up too late.
Yes, you're right.
It has been one of those days.
Uh, bye.
Okay, so Bill isn't answering his phone, and I tried the precinct, but the desk sergeant isn't being much help, and-- I hope they're okay.
Well, it's no use waiting by the phone.
Let's find him.
And let's start with the precinct.
I told you.
I'm outta the game.
I'm on probation.
I don't know nothing about any kidnapping.
Why's your boy waving his hands like that? Don't worry about him.
Now, you telling me if I go outside and check your car, I'm not gonna find anything? You can turn my ride inside out.
I'm clean.
Sounds familiar, huh? I see you, uh, you making a stop on the way home.
Yo, man, how'd he do that? He can't read my texts.
Not without a warrant or something.
Alonso, I'm not playing with you.
What are you gonna do? Send me back to jail? No, we don't send people to jail.
We send them to the compound.
- Gary-- - Unless they're dead.
- Gary.
- Sometimes they get killed.
- Gar-- - Dr.
Rosen says-- - Hey, hey, hey.
- Bill, Bill.
Bill, don't break his clavicle.
Listen to me.
Okay, man, chill.
Maybe I did hear something.
All right.
Hey, it's Hicks.
So I was gonna say that I was just in the neighborhood, but I think we both know that's B.
Because I don't hang out in this neighborhood.
Hell, I can barely afford to walk down the sidewalk.
So here you are.
I just wanted to say I'm sorry.
Today was none of my business.
So you came all this way just to apologize? I find apologies work better face to face.
I'll give you a tour.
Bill, I can't eat this.
It's all-- it's all mashed together.
There's beans, and there's rice and meat.
There's green stuff.
That's good.
That's your vegetables.
You gotta eat your vegetables.
No, there's no division.
It needs to be separate.
Gary, listen to me.
If you want to be a federal agent, you gotta learn to eat on the fly.
No, we need to go and tell the FBI that they're wrong.
Oh, hell, no.
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Because the cartel didn't take Lisa.
Alonso told us.
No, we're not taking anything anywhere, okay? Until we get more evidence, okay? We have to build a rock-solid case before we take this to Persky.
So it's time to step up our game, partner.
Step up our game.
Step up our game.
- Step up our game.
- Huh.
Persky's on the phone with Nelson.
The kidnappers.
It--$10 million.
And the drop is in nine hours.
Okay, so, um, they made the demand.
That's more than 1 million.
That's more than 2 million, Bill.
Gary, I need you to focus.
What else? Okay, Persky says that they'll contact them again in an hour with the location.
So did they trace the phone? N-no trace.
Son of a bitch.
Bastards keep using-- Don't take it personal.
One-time burners.
Bill, that wasn't me.
That was Persky said that.
Okay, see, this is where you come in.
The FBI can't trace that phone, right? But you can.
Yeah, 'cause they're gonna call back in 60 minutes.
That's 11:00 p.
, is in 60 minutes.
All right, so we'll sit here and wait.
No, Bill.
We have to go back to the precinct.
- Mm-mm.
- Yeah, the cell tower.
We're not going to the precinct.
We have to use the cell tower on the roof.
It's a good-- it's a good tower.
That's where I get the-- the frequencies.
Okay, oh, all right.
Let's go.
Come on, Gary.
Let's go.
Grab your stuff.
- No, no, Bill.
- Come on, come on.
- I'm separating it.
- We're on the fly, let's go.
- I've separated these.
- Gary, let's go.
Bill, you're mashing it! - Come on, Gary.
- You ruined it.
- Gary, we have to go! - Okay.
Thank you, Alonso.
- Gary, it's 11:14, right? - Yeah.
This call was supposed to happen at, what, 11:00? Yeah.
No, it takes time, Bill.
There are a lot of signals.
- Okay, yeah.
- You have to be patient.
- I know that, but-- - Patience is a virtue, Bill.
- All right.
- It's a famous saying.
But what do you-- what do you see? Like, millions of signals up here? How--how do you know you didn't lose the burn-in and all that? Bill, each signal is unique, and you have to know where to look.
I know where to look.
Okay, so tell me.
What do you see, exactly? Is it colors or-- or numbers? No, Bill, I know what I do is amazing, but I need to work.
All right.
My bad.
Just do your thing, okay? - Yeah.
- Focus, right? If you find that phone, I'm gonna let you drive.
You just made a promise.
That's right.
You said I could drive.
That's a promise, Bill.
I know.
Now just-- Gary, focus, all right? Okay.
Okay! Thank you.
Okay! Bill, I got it.
I got it.
They're calling.
They're late.
They're calling.
Okay, good.
- I got it.
- All right, good, good.
Yeah, Bill, give me the keys.
No, no, no.
Bill, you didn't say that.
- What? - You said I could drive.
- Everybody needs lessons.
- I don't.
You wanna drive? You wanna drive, right? You wanna talk to the guys downstairs? You deceived me.
I dec-- Don't laugh.
I'm not-- I'm not laughing at you.
- It's not fair.
- I'm laughing near you.
I'm not laughing at you.
Are you kidding me? You gotta be yanking my chain on this.
No, just look inside.
His name's on the tag.
Oh, my God.
I saw Caddyshack, like, a hundred times.
To stand here holding Bill Murray's hat.
Au revoir, gopher.
Yeah, never seen it.
You own the hat.
It was a gift from Bill.
You pushed Bill Murray? Before I met Rosen, I was on a tear.
I pushed a lot of people.
Like that cop.
I thought you were just here for the tour.
If you're in some kind of trouble, let us help you, okay? Rosen will protect you.
Or I can just keep pushing Kellerman.
I mean, it's worked so far.
Well, then, you're gonna have to push me, too, because I'm not gonna drop it.
Not until you tell me what's going on.
I dated this guy, Tim Darren, before I really understood my ability.
And Tim wasn't what you'd call a good guy.
I tried to break it off a couple of times, but Then this one time, we had this argument, and I yelled at him.
And I said, "Why don't you do me a favor and kill yourself?" Jeez.
Look, Nina, it was an accident.
I keep trying to tell myself, but it doesn't help much.
Maybe you should talk to Kellerman, tell him the truth.
Look, at the very least, he could stop hounding you.
Tell him what? I mind-controlled my ex-boyfriend? Okay, you might want to leave that part out.
Thanks for the advice, Hicks.
Oh, I'm full of surprises.
That I believe.
Just--Gary, Gary, follow my lead.
Put your hands down.
And we gotta keep a low profile, okay? Yeah.
I'm the one that's gonna find him.
All right, go.
See that? See? I kept a low profile.
- Good.
- It's that guy.
No, Gary-- Gary, what are you doing? That's the guy with the phone! He's got the phone! Bill! Bill! Gary, stay here! Agh.
Gary, what the hell are you doing? - I'm backing you up.
- No, stay.
Don't move.
Okay, 10-4.
Hold it! Gary, get down! Ahhh! Ahhh! It's a okay.
It's just a little bruise.
It's better than a bullet.
Yeah, but there wouldn't even be a bruise if you didn't shove me.
Well, if I didn't shove you, you'd be dead right now.
You wanna get shot? No, I don't want to get shot.
What were you thinking? That was amateur going after that suspect by yourself.
No, he wasn't by himself.
I got his back.
- Gary.
- And then he shoved me.
- Gary, shut up, okay? - Don't say shut up.
Listen, Persky, this is not the cartel, okay? According to my source, it's not the cartel.
And that guy I just saw definitely isn't Los Fundadores.
I'm not interested in your theories.
If it's not the cartel, then your whole approach to this case is wrong.
- My approach? - Yes, your approach is wrong.
You just spooked a suspect.
We're lucky if that girl isn't dead right now.
So, thanks to your little stunt, the kidnappers just raised the ransom.
$15 million.
Ooh, $15 million.
Why didn't you call someone before you went after that guy? - Because I was-- - Because he wants to take credit for the arrest for himself.
- Oh, yeah? - Yeah.
Trying to weasel your way back into the bureau on my case, that takes balls.
He said balls.
That's a good joke, but-- Gary--Gary-- - We have to be serious.
- Look, Sara.
Collier cannot hand over this money until we know exactly who it is that has his daughter.
Hey, you had your chance.
You're done.
Lou, you're gonna get this girl killed.
Okay, that's it.
Arrest these two.
- On what grounds? - Obstruction of justice.
Oh, what? Get off of me.
I was already arrested today.
Anything happens to my daughter, I will hold you personally responsible.
You better not have killed my little girl! Oh, my God.
Uh, oh, God.
I'm so sorry.
I should've listened, but-- Rachel-- I should've listened, but I-I didn't.
- Rachel, this-- - Rachel, it's fine.
It's okay.
You know what? Actually, I'm gonna go to a movie.
Rachel, you live here.
Just stay.
You know what? I, uh, I should go anyway.
Uh-- You--your shirt's on the couch.
Yeah, okay.
I'm gonna go to my room.
So I'll see you at work, then.
And what I said about Kellerman, just, uh, just think about it.
Could I just bend the bars? Gary, look, I screwed up, okay? Yeah, okay, well, then-- then we get a phone call.
We're off the case.
That's the law.
We get a phone call.
It's America.
If we--if we make a phone call, then we can get out of here, and then we're back on the case.
No, Gary, we're not gonna be back on the case.
Okay? I screwed up.
No, Bill, we're partners.
We both screwed up.
We ha-- I have to get my shoelaces back.
Yeah, well, you know what? They don't give you your shoelaces until you get out of here.
You know, I'm always calling you guys amateurs.
- Yeah, you are.
- I mean Even Rachel would've known not to do this.
I should've just called for backup and organized a tail, and that would've led us right to Lisa Collier.
And now I've Put a young woman's life at risk.
Bill, the FBI, they need us to solve the case.
'Cause we're special.
And we have abilities.
Yeah, we do have abilities, Gary, but you know what? My ability got me in here.
I had that fight with Persky and lost my cool, and then the FBI kicked me out.
My wife thinks I have anger issues.
You know, she has no idea who I am.
What are you gonna tell Dr.
Rosen? I'm not worrying about Dr.
You know, my wife is a little more important than Dr.
He's here, Bill.
Rosen's here.
Bill, this is completely irresponsible.
I had to call Sullivan to get you out of jail, and she--she's livid.
I messed up, okay? I deserve it.
But I need your help.
I gotta get back on this case.
You put Gary in harm's way.
You risked exposing the entire team to get your old job back, and what, now you're asking for a favor? Wait, aren't you the one that promised me that if I joined your team you were gonna help me get back in the bureau? Yes, I said I'd try, and I did.
But don't twist this around, Bill, to account for what you've done.
Bill, it's 5:07.
The drop's at 8:00 a.
We have to go.
Gary, Gary, please roll up the window.
This is a private conversation.
Soft top.
There's no sound dampening.
It's not about you.
It's not about me.
Look, it is about Lisa Collier.
The FBI needs us.
They don't have a snowball's chance in hell of saving this girl.
And I found the burner phone.
No one else could've done that.
- Gary, please.
- No, no.
You need to listen to him.
We walk away from this, Doc, and the girl is gonna die.
- You don't know that.
- I do know that.
Every fiber in my body is telling me these are not pros behind this.
They just want to stick it to Collier.
Why, I have no idea.
It's not even about the money.
They are not gonna give this man his daughter back.
Lisa Collier was scared.
She's very scared.
I saw that.
We can do things that the FBI can't.
You know that.
It's up to us.
Yeah, we're moving her now.
Should be at the new place in about an hour.
Okay, but I'll agree.
It was a stupid move.
Stop apologizing for me.
I hate to see you grovel like that.
You had to go out drinking, huh? You couldn't wait another 12 hours? I got parched.
I'm sorry, Reg.
I really am.
Wait, wait-- Better place, brother.
So this is all the info I have.
I'm sorry, that my partner and I have.
He means me.
I'm his partner.
So the important thing is that we get to Lisa Collier before they make the money exchange, because once the kidnappers have the money, they are not gonna keep this girl alive.
Yeah, so you all need to step up your game.
Yeah, right.
And I also just wanted to say thank you all very much.
This really means a lot to me.
I appreciate it.
Bill, the exchange instructions.
They're in.
Sara Nelson, Collier's head of security, and Agent Persky.
They're gonna make the drop.
I know Lisa's kidnapping wasn't your fault.
- It's okay-- - When Lisa comes back, things are gonna be different.
I'm gonna be different.
You will bring her back, won't you? You can count on it.
Okay, Nelson.
She's programming the route to the drop zone into her GPS, and she-- she's using nav-guide.
I hate nav-guide.
It always-- it sends you the long way.
It's quicker to use the side streets.
The kidnappers want to pull an ambush.
They got spots here and here.
This isn't making sense.
The Bronx Zoo is the drop zone? It's a tourist trap.
It's easy for the agents to blend in.
There's surveillance everywhere.
I mean, there's no advantage.
Except for it uses our resources.
- And keeps us distracted.
- Yeah.
Lisa, you know, we don't have a lot of time.
I know you probably weren't too enamored with Reg.
He had his problems.
But I feel like you and me, we could talk.
Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.
Great, that's great.
The thing is The people that I have killed, they never saw it coming.
But with you, it's gonna be different.
Help! Hey, oh, sweetie, hey.
It's nothing personal.
It's just, we can't let you go.
We let you go, we could get caught.
That makes sense, right? So here's the deal.
I make it easy, like falling asleep.
But there's gotta be quid pro quo.
I need to know what's next.
So once you're, you know, on the other side, you send me a message.
You let me know that there's something else out there, something better than this.
You know, rap on something.
Tickle the back of my neck.
Come to me in a dream.
Deal? Just nod.
You won't regret it.
Say hello to Reg for me.
I don't know.
Something's still not fitting.
Yeah, well, staring at that map's not gonna help.
It's not the destination.
It's the journey.
My mom says that.
It's a nice saying, Gary.
Doesn't really work here.
No, Gary's on to something.
Persky and Nelson's route has to take them north on Broadway.
Yeah, Broadway and 4th.
That's-- that's near the bar, Bill.
The bar where we found the phone, where you gave me the bruises.
Right, so you include that route, and everything happens in the West Village.
Yeah, this is Special Agent Bill Harken.
I need a listing of all recent lease agreements within a ten-block radius of 4th and Broadway.
Okay, which one this time? She said number 25.
Apparently, he paid in cash.
Yeah, but Bill, this is the fourth one.
Yeah, it's called good investigative work.
Just do your thing.
Check it out.
No heartbeats.
But something sure stinks.
Okay, back up.
Back up.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
Wait, wait, wait.
I smell something else.
An explosive compound, thermite.
It's all over the door.
Hicks, you copy that? Must've rigged it to explode.
Probably on a trip wire.
I got this.
Agh! What's taking him so long? Piece of cake.
Stay back.
It's the guy from the bar.
They were holding Lisa here for sure.
Yeah, but they moved.
All right.
They knew we were getting close.
They must have somebody on the inside.
Gary, what's your 20 on Nelson? Okay, she's headed for the drop zone.
And Persky's in the car, too.
This is Persky.
All units stay sharp.
Yeah, that was him.
Very professional.
Let's go.
Come on.
Come on.
It's a lot of money back there.
You ever get tempted? Yeah, that's all I need.
More money for my wife to spend.
Oh, everyone has that thought.
You figure, I take a little bit, who's gonna notice, right? Yeah, with my luck, I'd be doing 30 years before I even got a chance to spend a dollar.
How far away are we? Persky can't be the inside guy.
He's too stiff.
Everything okay? Speak of the devil.
That was my wife.
You're a bad liar.
This is air 16 to-- Oh, stupid nav-guide.
- What's wrong? - She's turned it off.
- Who? - Nelson.
Their car just sped off.
We tried to keep up but lost them.
What about you, Overwatch? Uh, negative.
I don't have a visual.
What the hell just happened? What's going on? Heh.
Good news.
It's almost over.
We're a mile and a half away.
We gotta find her.
Yeah, I know.
I'm looking, I'm looking.
There's no street cams.
Okay, look.
Here's Persky's number.
See if you can ping it.
Okay, yeah.
Turn-- turn right.
Be careful! Nice moves.
It's all in the reflexes.
Uh, Sara? Agent Harken.
My, uh, my car broke down.
Tell us where we can find Lisa Collier.
It's Sara.
Let me in.
Where the hell you been? You were supposed to call.
Plans have changed.
We have to move the girl.
Again? Why? Plans have changed.
We have to move the girl.
No, you know what? I'm done.
No one's going anywhere 'til I get my money.
The money? What happened to the money? Just in case.
You don't have to be scared anymore.
Don't cry.
It's okay.
It'll be all right.
Those aren't-- we need proper handcuffs, Bill.
There you go.
How 'bout that, huh? No, those are for groceries.
Gary, just go.
You're in good hands now.
I'll be right back.
Gentlemen, I can't thank you two enough.
Why are we still here? What my partner means is, uh, you're welcome.
Gary, why don't you wait for me at the van, please? No, I'm your partner.
We can't He's a very gifted young man.
Oh, you don't know the half of it.
Your associate Dr.
Rosen tells me you were having trouble getting back into the FBI? Let's go.
I'd be happy to make a call.
Thank you.
Good work, Agent Harken.
Yeah, congratulations.
You okay? I'll live.
No, I mean, we never had a chance to talk about our incident.
I apologize.
Look, you don't have to rub it in, okay? No, I'm serious.
Why don't you guys take the collar on this? I don't get it.
I thought you wanted back in.
So did I.
I'll see you around.
I told 'em.
You told them what? Come on, you know.
So why don't you just say it? Go ahead, come on.
I wanna hear you.
What, Bill? Bill, uh, well, you know, given the choice, uh, you've decided to stay, and, uh, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, science and-- Well, that sounds like me, minus the blah, blah, blah.
But, uh, you know, Bill, I'm a professional.
I can gloat in private.
Oh, sorry I didn't come home last night.
I thought D.
was supposed to have better hours.
Bad night? FBI let me go.
Disciplinary committee ruled against me, so.
I thought the director said it looked good.
Guess he was wrong.
Did you know? Why didn't you tell me, Bill? I-I didn't-- I didn't want you to be disappointed, so.
Yeah, that face right there.
- What face? - The disappointed face.
This is not a disappointed face, Bill.
I don't-- I don't care where you work.
, FBI, what difference does it make? So you just want a man with a job? Is that right? I want a man that's happy.
Are you happy? I am now.
Is there anything else I should know? Um No, I think that's enough for one night.
Well, I took your advice.
Turns out it had nothing to do with Tim's suicide.
Kellerman was looking into some financial scam Tim pulled, and I told him I didn't know anything, which was true.
All that worrying over nothing.
Yeah, nothing.
Look, I, um, I was in a weird place the other night, and-- Oh, yeah, yeah.
No, I get it.
Um, you know, impulses.
But, um Maybe dinner sometime.
So, um, Gary-- I mean, Agent Bell, that I think you-- you did an amazing job.
You know, you-- you saw what mattered.
And you--you kept your eye on the ball.
And, I mean, the most important thing is-- is you really did help save a woman's life.
You're stalling, Bill.
You're stalling.
All right.
So-- - Ten and two.
- Yes, ten and two.
Right, now put your foot on the brake.
Yeah, brake.
And--and then, uh, you're gonna turn the ignition right there.
Yeah, I know.
Okay, wait, easy, okay? Now take the gear shifter and-- Pull it down to "D".
Here's the moment of truth.
Gary--Gary, brake.