FBI: Most Wanted (2020) s03e09 Episode Script


- It's pretty.
- Oh, my God, cute! - What do you think of that? - Oh, that's pretty.
- It's neat, right? - I think Dad would like it.
- Yeah.
- Yeah? I like that.
Hey, what do you think of this guy? Mm, not sure it goes with my eyes.
Oh, I disagree.
- What are you doing here? - [LAUGHS.]
I can't tell if I'm more surprised to see you in a mall or in Brooklyn.
Anais has this penguin toy on her Christmas list, and so far no store in a 50-mile radius has one in stock, so that's been fun.
- Yeah.
- You know Sarah and Tali.
- Yes.
- Hi.
And you remember my dad, Byron? - Yes, of course.
- Yeah, I was there when you told everybody you were pregnant.
- Yeah, at the wedding.
- Wow.
- That's right.
- Wow.
Did you pick out a name yet? Depends if it's a boy or a girl.
We planned everything with Anais, so we want this one to be a surprise.
I love that.
So Byron, how's married life treating you? And where is Marie? We're separated.
No, I'm kidding.
I can't help myself.
- No, she's on - What? No, she's on a trip with her church group.
And married life is pretty spectacular, to be honest.
- Oh, Sheryll, my Lyft is here.
- All right.
Are you sure you're okay with finishing up? Yeah, of course.
Go home.
Get some rest.
Make sure my mom hasn't rearranged our kitchen again, please.
Oh, take these.
- It was great seeing you guys.
- You too.
- Hey, nice to see you.
- All right.
- Merry Christmas.
- Merry Christmas.
- Due in a month, huh? - Three weeks.
Ooh, you ready? Hell no.
Excuse me.
Would you try this on? I sent my husband to buy me a pretzel so I could surprise him with a new hat.
I want to make sure it'd fit.
Oh, sure.
- Oh! - Looks good.
That's a great hat.
That's very snazzy.
Yeah, I might have to get one for myself.
- You should.
- Looks great.
- Well, thanks.
- Thank you.
All right, good luck.
Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God, Dad! I got accepted into Beersheba for spring semester! - The boarding school? - Sarah, look! Oh, wow.
Tali, that is amazing.
They take, like, three kids a semester.
- Congrats.
- Oh, my God.
That is so cool! That's so cool! [DISTANT SCREAMING.]
- You got your gun on you? - Always.
Dad, what's going on? All right, follow those people, okay? I want you to head back out to the exit that we came in, and don't stop till you get outside.
Wait, you're not coming? No, I'm not coming, all right? We need to engage this shooter that way we can slow him down and get everybody out of here.
- Are you sure? - I'm sure, okay? Just keep covered and keep your heads down.
- I love you.
You can do this.
- Shots are getting closer.
Okay? Go.
- You ready? - Yeah.
Let's go.
15… 16… Must have a high-capacity magazine.
I got 13 rounds.
What do you got? Okay.
Keep going.
Keep going.
Keep going.
That's it.
Keep going.
Keep going.
That's not a handgun.
There's another shooter.
I see it.
Get in there and hide.
On top of something, underneath something, anything you can find.
Whatever you can find.
Hurry! - Tali! - Go! Get away! I'm trying to save my granddaughter! Let's go.
Lord, use me as you will.
Wait, hang on.
He's got body armor and a huge gun.
I have to try.
You'll draw him back to us.
I don't feel good.
Tali, look at me.
Name three things you see.
- Um, um, jeans.
- Uh-huh.
- And, um, a metal rack.
And - Good.
- Folded shirts.
- Yeah.
Give me three more things.
Come on.
Keep going.
Tell me more things you see.
I see, um, mirrors, and [TENSE MUSIC.]
- Stay here.
- No.
Where are you going? Please don't leave me.
I'm just gonna go look.
- Dad! - Jess.
It's okay.
It's okay.
It's okay.
Pick up, Charlotte.
Did you see which way he went? Out and to the left.
Please tell me you're a police officer.
Out of Bandera, Texas.
There's an exit downstairs.
Okay? - Let's move.
- Okay.
It's gonna be okay? Body armor and an automatic weapon? It's gonna be okay, Dad.
Yeah, I'm at the Brooklyn Point Mall.
There are shooters.
We're aware.
Police are on their way.
You need to put some kind of barrier between your family and the shooters.
You NYPD? - FBI.
Jess LaCroix.
- Damn.
Be thrilled to meet you under any other circumstances.
I'm Linwood.
How long you been here? Just visiting my son for Christmas.
He's a cop, NYPD.
Hang on.
Hang on.
Everybody back against the wall.
Against the wall.
Barnes, let's check the door.
Linwood, you keep an eye on them.
Get down.
Get down.
I have the code.
Must have jammed it on the other side.
There's nowhere for them to hide out here.
We need to prepare for the shooters to come back.
I'm gonna get us help with the locks.
Okay, everybody turn your cell phone ringers off, okay? And stay down.
Yeah, but you can move in whenever.
This one was Crosby's.
How's he doing? He says he's okay, but, you know, it's hard to tell.
Hey, Sheryll, what's up? - Turn on the TV.
But there's two shooters.
We're trying to get into an employee area, but the electronic lock's jammed from the inside.
And we have just arrived at the Brooklyn Point Mall, where there have been multiple reports of gunshots.
Sheryll, tell me about the lock.
Okay, one sec.
- Wait, she's inside that mall? - Yes.
What do you need to know? Okay, can you see a brand name? Let me look.
Looks like it's a Darcolo brand? Did you get that? Yeah.
I got it.
Stay with me.
You know, that "Come From Away" soundtrack gets me every time.
Would you like some lunch? Mom, there's an active shooter in a mall in Brooklyn.
Oh, my God.
Jess and Barnes are inside that mall.
I gotta go.
Wait, Jess and who? Listen, I'm gonna call you, okay? - You're going? - Yeah.
I love you.
I love you.
Just be careful.
I will, baby.
Stay with me, Sheryll.
I'm looking for the door's override code.
Okay, thanks.
All right.
That was Kristin.
She was just on with HQ.
What's taking SWAT so long? They've been activated.
They're about 20 out.
- What about NYPD? - They backed off.
Grates are pulled over the mall doors, and they're rigged with explosives.
Why don't they just blow the doors? Security feed's been cut.
They're afraid if they go in without the video, they might get ambushed.
Okay, if I can reset these locks, someone could get into the main security office and reconnect the cameras.
So if the doors were rigged after the shooters got in, that means there an accomplice on the outside? That's what I'm thinking.
Sheryll, I got it.
You ready? Wait, hang on.
Okay, go.
- 1-4-7-2-1, then pound sign.
Okay, let's go.
Everybody in.
Come on.
Let's go.
Go, go, go.
Come on.
- This way.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Come on.
Come with us.
Come on.
Come on.
Keep moving.
Keep moving.
- Come on.
- Let's go.
Let's go.
- Let's go.
Move it.
- Come on, guys.
We're FBI.
It's gonna be okay.
You're gonna be okay.
You're all gonna be safe in here.
All right, as soon as we leave, I want you to lock and barricade that door.
Use whatever you can The trash can over there, that table, these chairs.
Barricade against that door, okay? Then I want you to switch the lights off, and nobody makes a sound.
Wait, wait, wait, where are you going? Somebody has to go get the bad guys, sweetheart.
Right now, that's me and Barnes.
And me.
I'm not FBI, but I got a gun, and I'm ready to use it.
Fair enough.
We could use the help.
Okay, so I'll do the security cameras and then come meet you both.
Security cameras are gonna have to wait.
I don't want you out there without backup.
I can go with her.
Dad, you don't have any training.
Well, I got eyes.
I can keep a lookout while she does her thing.
It's too dangerous.
Plus, I need you in here.
Well, there are probably at least three guys in here stronger than I am.
And the camera thing's important, right? That's how the cops are gonna end this.
- We do need them.
- Yeah.
Let me be useful.
Son, I've done a lot of things in my life I'm not proud of.
I sat when I should have stood up.
But not today.
Okay? Not today.
- You okay with this? - Yeah.
All right then.
Okay, and what about when these guys come in here? Sarah, they won't.
- No, but what if they do? - You fight.
And you don't fight fair.
Use whatever you can.
You see that fire extinguisher? Hit them in the head, spray them in the face.
The scissors here, these things.
Even a pencil works.
Okay? The most important thing is your mindset.
You say to yourself, "I'm not a victim! I'm not gonna die today!" I promise you, you are not.
Mm, mm.
We're gonna get these bastards.
- We are.
- All right? Let's go.
It's okay.
They're still at it.
On me.
Let's go.
I keep trying Charlotte, but she's not picking up.
You have to believe that she got out.
Okay, we're good to go? Jess, I need to know if something happens to me, you'll look out for my family.
Like they were my own.
You do the same for me.
- Of course.
- Let's go.
Keep me cover.
That way we can see if they come back.
That's that FBI thinking.
Oh, man.
Hang in there, buddy.
We got you.
We gotta keep moving.
Wait here for help.
You'll be okay.
Excuse me, can you help us, please? - Okay, we gotta go.
- Okay.
Keep that tight.
Okay, stay down.
Come on.
Come on.
- Excuse me, who's in charge? - Over there.
Thank you.
Special Agent Kristin Gaines.
Agents Gibson and Ortiz.
Captain Taylor, NYPD.
We've got two of our people in there.
They already breached? How'd they get in? They didn't, they were off duty, shopping with their families when the shooting started.
- You in contact with them? - Yes.
We're trying to reconnect the security cameras.
Great, let's get you set up over here.
Two ESU teams en route.
One's 15 minutes out, the other's 13.
Bomb squad is four.
I worked with explosives in the military.
Okay to liaison with bomb squad? Absolutely.
Let's get you a walkie.
I want to pull security cam footage from nearby businesses, see if they have eyes on whoever set the bombs.
Well, grab a couple of officers if it'll help.
SWAT's gotta be close.
Hate to use this as a yard stick, but the one in the Kenyan mall went on for hours.
I'm not sure my daughter can handle a few hours.
She's had a tough year.
Seems like a hell of a kid.
Yeah, I don't tell her that enough.
Jobs like ours, you tell them whenever you can.
- My phone's dead.
You got one? - No.
Eddie gave me one, but it crapped out on me.
I was here looking for a new one.
Eddie's your son the cop, right? Yeah.
We weren't too close when he was your kid's age.
I was harder on him than I should have been.
Took him moving clear across the country for me to see him clearly.
Wasted too many years.
Please help.
I can't find my wife.
I don't know if she's okay.
I need you to be quiet, okay? Stay quiet.
We're lucky that didn't draw a target on us.
It's locked.
I'm out.
I need you to stay calm, and I need you to be quiet, okay? I'm gonna get someone to come back and get you.
- Okay.
- Okay? Okay.
How many bullets you got left? That was my last one.
Bullseye on this walkie.
They're coordinating.
- You're in the hallway? - Yes.
Okay, make a left, and it's the first door on the left.
Same code as before.
- Then - Pound sign.
I got it.
- FBI! - Oh, my God.
Okay, Hana, we're in.
Looks like the screens in here are down too.
Since this morning.
I called my boss to tell him, but he was running late, and then the shooting started.
Okay, look for the camera system's hard drive.
We gotta figure out how they killed the connection.
That would do it.
Hana, looks like they cut the cords.
This has to be an inside job.
Maybe we can find a workaround.
I saw an electronics store on the first floor.
Hang on, we, uh We just upgraded to this system.
We still have the old one and all the cables.
It might work.
Depends on the software.
- Where's the old system? - The tomb.
- What's the tomb? - Over here.
Where old equipment goes to die.
Got the bomber on video.
He's wearing a maintenance uniform.
He started locking the exits at 11:41.
Okay, gimme.
I can run facial rec.
- Where's ESU? - Ten minutes out.
You gotta let me take a few guys and go in there.
- Negative.
- We don't have time to wait around.
Not until bomb squad clears us.
Sir, my wife just called.
My dad came here to buy a cell phone.
He's inside.
You gotta let me go in.
I just told Agent Ortiz here no one goes in until bomb squad clears us and ESU is on scene.
- Please, Captain.
It's my dad.
- I understand.
As soon as we breach, you two will be in the first wave.
Stand by.
- Okay, Hana? - I'm still here, Sheryll.
They're plugging in the old system.
Okay, it'll have to reset.
You hear Ortiz's update? ESU's almost here.
Thank God.
Thank God.
Okay, I got a hit on facial rec.
Rob Murphy, 29 Crater Road.
- That's only two blocks away.
- You cover it.
My guys are spread too thin.
My guys are in there.
I gotta help them! This is how you can help them.
This guy might be coordinating with his partners.
Go find him.
I need a bomb tech.
No problem.
Daniel! With Agent Ortiz here.
Wait, wait.
Go back.
That's a trembler switch.
We don't have the equipment for that.
Half our stuff's still en route.
Captain Taylor, this is Agent Gaines.
- I'm here.
What do you got? - I'm at the north entrance.
We got a bomb here rigged to the security grate with a trembler switch.
Meaning? Meaning if we move it even a little, the circuit closes and the bomb detonates.
We gotta assume the other bombs have them too.
So if one explodes, they all will.
Listen, we can't wait on the right equipment.
All right? People are dying.
When the ESU gets here, we need to breach through the roof.
Anything come up yet? No, not yet.
The screens are still blank.
When they switched systems, they must have upgraded the software.
Hang on, I'm trying something.
Okay, Hana, it's working.
The screens are back online.
So, well, one shooter's dead.
Where's the other one? Oh, no.
- Son of a bitch.
- Guys, what? We don't have the feed yet.
We thought there were two shooters, but there's three.
One's in the south hallway, and there's another one in the food court.
We have to tell Jesse.
Oh, my God.
What? Charlotte.
She didn't get out.
SWAT has gotta be close.
She'll be okay.
- Is Charlotte your friend? - She's my wife.
You tried Jess? Yeah, three times.
It just goes to voicemail.
What's the name of the clothing store she was heading towards? I'm not I'm not sure, but it's just across the mall and down a floor.
- Okay.
- Hey.
Are you okay? So far.
Are the mall doors open yet? No, these guys pulled the security grates down, and the bombs that are rigged to them are unstable, so we're gonna need SWAT to breach.
Well, how, if everything's wired? There's a door in the roof.
It'll be faster if you can get there and make sure it's not wired on the inside.
My wife's in here.
I have to get to her.
Charlotte's in the mall? I just saw her on the security footage.
She looks terrified.
- I'll do the roof.
- You don't have a gun.
Go get your wife.
Byron's gonna do it.
- Who's Byron? - Jess' dad.
His girlfriend, his daughter are in here too.
- You've gotta be kidding me.
- Wait.
I'm handing him the phone.
- Hello.
- Byron.
When SWAT gets here, we're gonna head straight to the roof access, okay? - It's one floor above you.
- Understood.
You have your own cell? - Yes, I do.
- Okay, good.
I'm gonna walk you through everything.
- You're gonna be fine.
- Okay.
Thank you.
Rob and three other guards were fired by mall security a month ago and then charged with grand larceny.
They lost their jobs? That's what this is about? No idea.
But they're all working together, so be careful.
These guys are playing like they got nothing to lose.
FBI! Open up! FBI! Freeze! Hands behind your back.
Hands behind your back! Stop moving! You Rob Murphy? That's none of your business.
I'm about to make it my business.
All clear.
Found this in the bedroom.
Looks exactly like the kind that's running from the door to the trash can bomb at Brooklyn Point Mall.
Get him up.
Get him up! You wanna talk? Screw you.
Hey, Rob.
I just shot some bitch 'cause she looked like your ex.
This is Agent Ortiz with the FBI.
Hello? All right, move into position.
Hold them till further.
Let's go! He's too protected.
We need to get a better angle.
We can draw him out.
I was a sprinter when I was in college.
I can make myself a target.
Then he'll come after me.
- Then you'll be dead.
- Well, not if you don't miss.
It's too risky.
What's risky on a day like today? Yo, loser! FBI! Drop your weapon! [GRUNTS.]
Maybe don't do that again.
Well, God made me fast as he put me here.
Who am I to argue? It's jammed.
Audrey's your wife? No, it was a gift she gave me before the cancer closed in.
Audrey's was our favorite bar.
We would go there after a bad day, and I'd lay it all out for her, everything that ticked me off.
Then after she was diagnosed, all those problems didn't seem so big anymore.
I spent too much time complaining instead of enjoying being with her.
This is a reminder that life brings a lot of noise.
You gotta choose to focus on what really matters.
Yo, Leo, you good? [TENSE MUSIC.]
How's it coming, Byron? Yeah, I'm here.
It doesn't look like there's a bomb on the door, but there's some kind of fire alarm.
Okay, if that goes off, the shooters will know we're coming.
Show me.
Okay, we can disable that with a magnet.
Oh, that's good.
I never go anywhere without one of those.
What kinds of stores did you pass? H-hang on, I was in one with Tali.
She wanted to get one of those magnetic balls.
They all stick together.
It's not far.
I'll be right back.
How many bombs have you found? Four.
One at each entrance.
- There's another one.
- What? I don't know.
This guy won't say.
But we found his detonators, and there are five of them.
- Captain! - Yeah.
There's five bombs.
You need to warn everybody on comms.
Agent Ortiz.
I'll call you back.
Just a little lower.
You sure this'll work? 90%.
I'll take those odds.
Here we go.
Great work.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Look, you need to go across the roof, straight down that ladder.
- All right.
- Okay? Take care of my family.
North group with me.
There's a third shooter.
- We heard over the walkies.
- Where's my dad? He's with Kristin and ESU on the roof.
Jess, Charlotte didn't get out.
She's in there.
We'll cover you.
I'm more comfortable with a Glock.
- Do you mind? - Yeah, sure.
Let's go.
Show yourselves.
It's Sheryll.
- Is it over? - No, not yet.
Let me see you.
You okay? You look pale.
He's headed towards Tali and Sarah.
- Let me see your hands.
- FBI.
Jess LaCroix.
The third shooter's heading towards the employee entrance on the second floor.
All units, third target is near the employee break room, second floor.
- Closest unit respond.
- You're with us.
Rest of you guys, get in there and get these people out of here.
Let's go.
- Okay, I have to go now, baby.
- Sheryll, no.
These people are gonna help you get out, I promise.
I promise.
I love you.
I promise.
Young lady, Charlotte, come on.
I think my water just broke.
I know this is scary.
But right now we're safe.
Okay? I believe in your dad and everybody trying to help us.
It's gonna be okay.
Do you remember that morning when you came to our house and then I invited you over for breakfast? Yeah.
The night before, that was when I knew.
Knew what? That Dad liked you.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
I went into the kitchen, and he was Googling stuff about horses.
He said he was just doing research so that he could buy one.
But I knew he was just trying to impress you.
- Right.
I'm sorry I'm so mean to you.
I just I love you.
And so does my dad.
He loves you so much.
And in case something happens, I don't know, I just Nothing's gonna happen.
Nothing's gonna happen.
I love you two so much, sweetie.
- Hey, guys.
- I am really glad to see you.
Tali and Sarah are in the employee break room.
The north exit's stable.
They're evacuating people now, but there's another bomb.
On the other doors, right? Not just those, another one, somewhere inside the mall.
We don't know where.
Stay here.
- It's Jess.
It's okay.
You're safe.
- Open the door.
- Let's go, baby.
Good job, sweetie.
Get that open.
Good job, everybody.
Now we need to get out of here, okay? Let's get out of here.
Everybody out.
Come on.
Let's go.
Don't look.
Don't look.
Just keep going.
Where's the fifth bomb? You know all three of your buddies are dead, right? You might not care about them.
You might only care about yourself.
But you're gonna die in a cell, you know that, right? Son of a bitch! You son of a bitch! Ivan! No.
My team is in there! Don't give him an excuse in court.
Make sure he dies in a cell.
Talk to me.
You guys find that fifth bomb? No, the bomb dogs are in there, but this mall is huge.
Good news is bomb techs are looking over their schematics, and the fifth bomb doesn't have a trembler switch.
Have you evacuated everyone? - Not even close.
- What about Barnes and Jess? - They're okay.
- Agent.
Hang on.
We found timers to the bombs.
The timers to the mall doors are all dead.
Is there a fifth one? They must have cut the connections.
Yeah, and it's active.
Two minutes and 45 seconds, and counting down.
- Is it labeled? - The tomb.
What the hell is this? Failsafe.
For the prick who fired us.
Was this area of the mall evacuated? No.
They started at the other end.
All right, let's get these people out of here.
Let's get them out of here.
Let's go.
Come on.
Everybody out of the mall.
Come on.
Let's go.
Evacuate the mall now.
Let's go! Let's go, let's go! Follow me! Out of here! Everybody this way.
There it is.
Okay, I know the code.
1-4-7 - You should leave.
- No way.
- This isn't your job, Linwood.
- I'm not going.
- Okay, we're in.
You better get out of here.
- You need to get out of here.
- Go, go, go, go, go! - What's going on? - Run! There.
There it is.
- Linwood! - Linwood, no! [BOMB BEEPING.]
- You okay? - Yeah.
We need EMS to the security room.
I need that now.
Copy, Jess.
We're sending someone.
Is he gonna be okay? He's breathing at least.
You stealing my stuff? Linwood, I gave you a direct order.
Well, I don't work for you, do I? You could have got yourself killed.
Threw that son of a bitch far as I could.
Keep it.
How you gonna open your beer? [INHALES SHARPLY.]
Doesn't matter.
I stopped drinking years ago.
Oh, yeah? Me too.
Though I could use one right about now.
Me too.
Are you okay? I got my bell rung, but I'll be all right.
Your father saved a lot of people today.
- You should be proud.
- Yeah.
I am proud.
I love you.
I love you, too, kid.
Blanche? Blanche! Maury.
Hey! Oh, you guys okay? - Thank God.
- Yes.
We were so worried.
I know.
Me too.
Me too.
You were great today, Dad.
Thank you.
I'm so proud of you, son.
- And this one.
- Yeah.
What the hell's wrong with this world? It doesn't make any sense! I know.
Sandy Hook, Orlando, Vegas.
None of it makes sense.
- I'm so tired of all the hate.
- Yeah, me too.
Sheryll, you need to come to the command post now.
- Why? What's wrong? - Just come on.
Is she okay? I don't know.
Does it always take this long? I have no idea.
You are asking the wrong person.
I need to talk to you, young lady.
I want to tell you how proud I am of you.
For what? I wasn't brave.
I was terrified.
Being brave doesn't mean you're not afraid.
It's about choosing not to give in to that fear.
I'm proud of what you did in there today.
I'm proud of who you are.
And getting into that boarding school, it's a big deal.
You earned it.
Does that mean I can go? I guess it's time for me to be brave, right? [LAUGHS.]
Ringleader's in custody.
Rob Murphy.
PD took him downtown.
- Hey.
- Hi.
Boss, if I could have got in there, I would have.
I know you would.
I wanted to help.
I felt like you were all alone.
You did help.
You see all those people over there? They're going home tonight because of you.
- You okay? - Yeah, we're getting there.
What's going on here? Charlotte's in labor.
Didn't have time to get her to a hospital.
- Barnes in there? - Yeah.
- You should pop in and say hi.
- I'll pass on that one.
It's a boy.
It's a boy! [DRAMATIC MUSIC.]

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