Haven s02e12 Episode Script

Sins of the Fathers

Previously on Haven Somebody out there with a tattoo wants to kill me.
You have the opportunity to succeed where your father so tragically failed.
We're chasing down the troubled.
We're gonna do what we should have done a long time ago.
Wipe them out.
Maybe by shooting the Rev, I just made things worse.
- I found this for you.
- Whose address is this? - Lucy Ripley's.
- Thank you.
Excuse me, are you Lucy Ripley? A man came here.
- Do you remember his name? - Simon Crocker.
Whatever is going on in this town, they think that you're in the middle of it.
What? Tell me.
You're gonna tell him what he wants to know, or I will.
Evi! You're not gonna believe what my father had hidden below decks.
Your father is exactly why I'm here.
I think he was looking for me.
"It's up to you to finish my work.
You must kill her.
" Why did he want you to kill me? Bill! Bill! Bill, wake up! Sheila's in danger.
You have to go over there.
- This has to be a dream.
- There's someone in my house.
Arlo, you can't be here.
- You're dead.
- Please, Bill, he has a gun.
Hurry! Arlo? I'm coming, Sheila.
Arlo, how can you be here? No, Sheila.
No lights.
He'll see you.
Oh.
Okay, honey.
- Where is he? - Shh.
Follow me.
I'll keep you safe until Bill gets here.
-- Sheila! Nice shooting, Bill.
Arlo.
What happened? Payback.
For screwing my wife.
- Audrey.
- Hey, Duke.
- Can I talk to you? - Actually, I'm busy.
Can we just do this later? No.
I don't think we can.
I need you to know that I'm not on some kind of mission for my dad.
I didn't like him when he was alive, and I'm certainly not gonna kill anyone for him now that he is dead.
Especially not you.
That's good.
I can check that off my list.
- I don't wanna joke about this - Listen.
We'll figure it out, right? Right.
Well, you're a welcome sight.
What's knittin', kitten? That you? That was the biggest fish I ever caught, but that was a long time ago.
- In fact, that salmon held a - And that's you, too, right? Well, I don't recall exactly, but No more lies! All this time, I've been searching for my identity, and you knew who I was? Why didn't you tell me? I'm sorry.
- Vince.
- She knows.
What's the point now? Why are you lying to me? - We were waiting until you - What? Ready? I'm ready now.
So talk.
Who am I? You were Lucy.
Before that, Sarah.
Before that, we're not sure.
There's a lot we don't understand.
Like where you go in between The Troubles.
How you always look the same, but you have a new person's memory each time you return.
The only thing that's the same is that you always help the troubled when you do.
Who is Agent Howard? Great.
That's great.
Yeah, go ahead.
It was Sarah's.
The woman in the photo.
Why do you have it? She was a friend.
It belongs to you now.
Damn it.
All right, this conversation is not over.
You told her too much.
She needs my help.
And you're not getting in my way this time.
Very impressive, Duke.
Like what you've done with my place.
Dad? You're dead.
We start at 9:00 a.
m.
in the Haven PD.
- Where were you? - Who's the vic? Sheila McMartin.
A neighbour woke her up with three shots to the chest.
He admits to the shooting.
He's in some kind of shock.
He keeps repeating, "Arlo made me do it.
" - So? - That's where it gets interesting.
Arlo was Sheila's husband.
- So an angry ex? - Try dead husband.
That's a lame stab at an insanity defense.
So what's the interesting part? Neighbours, they heard the shots, saw Arlo leaving the house.
Okay, so if he faked his death, then there's gotta be some kind of digital trail.
Email, phone calls, bank accounts.
They all leave a record.
We should have dinner.
Together.
Dinner.
Sure.
Tomorrow night? We can talk about Lucy and Everything.
How about I How about I make pancakes? Are we talking dinner or Breakfast? Damn.
I really hoped I'd walked back in here to see that you'd disappeared.
- You're taking this well.
- Yes, I am.
You see, I'm pretty sure that you're the result of the brownies that this girl gave me last night.
God, what was her name? Tall, Dutch girl? You're not imagining this.
Says the dead guy I last saw 27 years ago.
But sure, okay, let's go with it.
Let's say you're real.
How are you? How you been? - Why are you back? - I don't know.
Let me take a guess.
You're gonna disappear for a few days, and I won't have any idea why.
And then you'll show back up, bloody and beaten up, and expect me to nurse you back to health.
Look, I know I was a crap father and worse husband.
Check and check.
You know, I gotta tell you, you are much smarter dead and imaginary.
You found my weapons.
The Troubles must be back.
Yes, they are.
You know I'm This must be a dream.
That's got to be Are there mermaids out there? You cure anybody yet? Uh No, not that I'm aware of.
You know, this has been fun, but I'm gonna go back to bed and hope that I wake up.
Hey.
You are awake.
You know that's real, right? Right.
I know I wasn't around, but there was a reason.
Okay? I was out saving people.
Oh, really? And how were you out saving people? When someone from our family kills a cursed person, we don't just kill their body, we kill the curse, too.
That's our trouble.
Oh.
So you save them from being alive.
Got it.
The curse dies in the whole family.
No one will ever get it again.
Not the children.
Not the grandchildren.
No one.
The curse never comes back.
You just have to murder somebody to do it.
Wow.
You really are a piece of work.
Now I know why I'm here, to make you understand.
Arlo's estate's been settled.
His credit cards are canceled.
Smart people who fake their own deaths, put away the plastic.
Only one way to find out for sure if he's dead.
Talk to the gravedigger.
Excuse me.
- Kyle Hopkins? - Yeah.
- Haven PD.
- I know who you are.
Because of you, I had to bury Reverend Driscoll, the finest man in Haven.
And I know what you are.
- You need to watch your mouth.
- It's a free country.
His kind wants to have meetings, and my kind needs to call it like it is.
I need you to dig up Arlo McMartin.
- You got a court order? - You're on probation, right? - So? - So that joint you just tossed? It could cost you some time.
Or you could dig up a grave.
It's your call.
Definitely not faking it.
Hmm.
So what do you think? Clones? Ghosts? Zombies are trendy.
Wuornos.
Where? Okay, we'll meet you there.
Homicide.
- Another dead guy do it? - No.
Dead girl told her brother to do it.
It says here that your sister, Annie, she committed suicide over a year ago.
After Kurt raped her.
Annie sat down right next to me and told me the truth.
And Kurt confirmed this? Eventually.
Does it seem to you like Bruce's sister came back for revenge? Or to tell the truth.
To her big brother? Same thing.
Nathan.
Audrey.
Uh Heard there was a murder on Woodland Drive.
At the McMartin house, right? Sheila was shot three times.
And the killer claims to have seen Arlo McMartin.
Could Bill and Sheila have been a couple? Everyone knew that.
Were they sleeping together before Arlo died? That's what killed Arlo.
Someone told him and bam, massive coronary.
So maybe the dead are coming back to settle old scores? And they're using the living to do it for them.
You'll be all right, Kyle.
- More than all right.
- Reverend Driscoll.
HOW? God has sent me to finish my work in Haven.
Will you help me? What do you see? A field.
And 26 years ago, last May, there was a third grade camp out here.
Mrs Holloway's class.
Yeah, all those kids died.
I knew some of them.
Remember how they died? Food poisoning.
Or not.
The tents were pitched in a big circle, here around a fire.
Mrs Holloway told a campfire story.
It scared Jenny Mears so bad that her curse kicked in.
Fear poured out of her in toxic waves.
Twelve kids and two chaperons died.
- What does that have to do with you? - I could have saved them.
I had a chance to kill Jenny's grandfather a week before their trip.
- But you didn't.
- No.
I couldn't.
The day after it happened, he begged me to kill him.
- And then you did.
- His pain was over in a minute.
Mine lasted.
Every time I saw the parents of those kids.
You have a responsibility, Duke.
A destiny.
You can go back to hell.
Hasn't anyone you know ever died because of The Troubles? Anyone you cared about? You could have saved them.
Our dead people had different families and had different jobs.
One died of natural causes.
The other one committed suicide.
One was Catholic, and the other was agnostic.
Mmm-hmm.
And they both had funeral services at different Different churches.
But both were buried at Eastside Cemetery.
You know, I'll just Mark them well, Kyle.
Our brothers will need to find them.
Audrey, I know you think you know Duke.
I do.
No, you don't.
A couple years ago, Duke rolled back into town.
Invited me to go fishing.
Wanted to be friends again.
It felt good.
I I let myself believe he'd changed.
Then I found out the real reason he wanted me to go fishing.
To cover for him smuggling.
He figured if the Coast Guard pulled up, I could flash my badge.
I was so pissed.
I I went after him.
And we We beat on each other for an hour.
And then I realised that I couldn't feel it.
My trouble came back because of that fight with Duke, and I don't think he even gave a damn.
Maybe Duke's changed.
You can never trust him.
Okay.
Come on.
Here, found it.
"Annie Fresnel.
" Okay.
So Bruce's sister's grave looks untouched.
Just like Arlo's.
Everything looks normal.
Cemetery normal, at least.
I don't get it.
- Parker.
- What? You don't see them? See who? Dead people, all around us.
You don't see them? They're all around us.
Must be 20 of them, more.
No, I don't I don't see anybody.
But you do? Why? Maybe it's because you're immune to The Troubles? So ghosts are wandering the streets of Haven, and I'm the only one that can't see them.
That's perfect.
They're leaving.
- Okay, where are they going? - Worst case? Off to kill 20 more people.
Wonderful.
Looks like the dead are making their presence known.
There's no way we can track them all.
We gotta find who's causing this.
Parker? So I ended up burying the weapons box.
Let me get this straight You can end a trouble? Just have to kill someone to do it.
Try not to forget that part.
Wait, wasn't your father buried at Seaside? Seaside is eroding.
They moved him here about a year ago.
Wait, who moved him? Somebody from this cemetery, I guess.
We need to get a hold of the caretaker, find out who buried who.
Maybe that's our link.
Do you ever wonder why you're here? No.
I mean, that's the one thing I don't wonder about any more.
I'm here to help the troubled.
Yeah.
But doesn't it Doesn't it bother you that you never really solve anything? I mean, a week goes by, a month, 20 years, whatever.
The Troubles keep coming back, and people keep dying.
I have no alternative.
But what if you did? The caretaker said that the person who moved Simon is the same guy that buried Arlo McMartin and Annie.
It's Kyle Hopkins.
We need to find him.
- That's - Wait, what do What do you see? The Chief? But he wasn't buried at Eastside.
What is he doing here? - Take it from me, you may not wanna know.
- Go.
Go, go talk to him.
What do I say? Nathan, it doesn't matter what you say, all right? You get a chance to be with your dad again.
That's a gift.
You don't pass that up.
Just go.
I'll I'll find Kyle.
You two gonna be all right? Yeah.
Go.
Reunions are overrated.
"In memory of Rufus P.
Barker, 1812 to 1841.
" No matter how well prepared you are for something, dying has got a way of sneaking up on you.
Hello, Nathan.
Chief.
You all right? You get blown into a thousand pieces and tell me how you feel.
I guess I'm mostly one piece here.
So what was the story? How did you explain my death and everything? I told people you were lost at sea.
Well, I picked up your pieces.
Put them in a cooler.
Buried you on Goose Hill.
You buried me in a cooler? Yeah.
- What cooler? - Blue one.
What a waste of a good cooler.
Dad, what are you doing here? I don't know.
I miss the rain.
- That's not why you're here.
- There's plenty of what you miss.
- That's not why you're here.
- I'm not back from the dead 10 minutes, -and you're already jumping all over me? - I'm not I Yeah, you are.
Ghosts are coming back to settle scores.
Is that what you're doing? No.
No, I don't think so.
I suspect I'm here to see you, Son.
How are things? How are you doing? I'm talking to my dead dad in a graveyard.
A serious question needs a serious answer.
It's getting more and more dangerous.
The Troubles are everywhere.
The Rev's death has people stirred up.
- Reverend Driscoll's dead? - Yeah.
Parker shot him.
Good for her.
Good.
You knew her when she was Lucy.
Why didn't you tell her? Well, think about that question for a second, and tell me what I should have said to her.
I don't think you appreciate just how precarious our position is here.
This town is like sitting on top of a volcano, and you're worried about how she feels? Come on.
You two have gotten kind of close.
Is that so? I don't know what you mean.
- Are you in love? - I don't know what it is.
- Well, stop.
- What? You two can't be in love.
She's just too important to this town.
- What does one have to do with the other? - Because, Nathan, if she's in love with you, she'll wanna take risks for you, and we can't have that.
You have got to keep her alive.
Understand me? You came back to tell me that? That I can't That I can't be in love with Audrey? Yeah, I guess I did.
Well, then, you wasted your time.
Hmm.
Okay, I can't see the dead, so I need you to be my eyes.
- Perfect.
- Oh, here.
Stop, stop, stop, stop.
Audrey, what are we doing? I thought you wanted to go look for this Kyle guy.
These have been popping up around town.
I've seen a few of them.
So? Huh.
What happened here? Was somebody attacked? Are you okay? You know what? If you wanna go check the house, I can keep watch out here.
Thanks.
Hello? You better not be here to hurt her.
I got more important things to do.
Oh, yeah? Like what? I've come back for you.
All right, my father told me about his job.
Not interested.
Your father's here? Good.
Come with me.
Well, you know what? Think I'm gonna let the two of you catch up.
Maybe you could hit the Senior Centre together.
Duke, people followed me when I was alive.
Think what they'll do for me now.
Come with me.
Or I'll take my revenge on Audrey Parker.
Kyle's house is coming up.
I can't believe Duke just left you there.
And I can't believe that you're not gonna tell me what your dad said.
I told you.
He said you're important to the town.
Okay.
And that's it? He said he missed the rain on his face.
Yeah, I know that.
That's Wuornos for "I'm not telling you.
" But don't worry.
I'm not worried.
I'll get it out of you later.
- Can I help you? - Hi.
We're looking We're actually We're looking for Don't know them.
And this is Park Street.
Oh, wow, I am so sorry.
I told you to ask for directions.
He does this all the time.
Did you see the red on her hands? It's the same colour as the X's I was telling you about.
- What do the X's have to do with Kyle? - I don't know.
But it's too much of a coincidence that they showed up now.
Let's follow and see if she leads us to her husband.
Chloroform? Get the door.
They're gonna burn that building.
People in the shed must be troubled.
I guess we know what the X's marked.
Oh, my God.
The Rev is here.
What is Duke doing here? You tell me what's happening or I'm out of here.
Take a look.
Oh, my God.
What have you done? They're not dead, just unconscious.
Couldn't risk their curses causing us problems.
You are insane.
All of you.
You are all insane.
I am not gonna stand here and let you burn these people.
No, they're not gonna burn.
You're gonna save them.
- Hey.
Hey! - Duke? What are you doing? You're working with the Rev? What? No.
No, of course not.
I I remember when you preached forgiveness.
I'm fresh out of forgiveness.
- Should I put them in the shed, Reverend? - No, you should let them go.
You don't need to take orders from a dead man.
Especially since you're the one who brought him back, Kyle.
- What are you talking about? - We talked to the caretaker.
Everyone that's come back, they have one thing in common.
You dug their graves.
Call him.
Check for yourself.
So what? I dug a lot of graves.
They always fight the truth at first.
No, no, no, no, no, no.
Reverend, tell them it's not true.
Then they have that moment, where they realise why all their lives they felt different.
Honey, they're wrong.
I swear.
And then they start to beg.
Marissa? Reverend Driscoll, please.
Sorry, can't help you, Kyle.
But he can.
He can save your unborn child from that terrible curse.
No.
No, wait, wait.
Hold on.
Save him.
Save his family.
It's time, Son.
Duke, what are you doing? Please.
You have to do it.
You have to save my child from getting the curse.
From me.
No, we can stop this.
Don't listen to her.
She's a liar.
No.
She's my friend.
Your friend killed your grandfather.
Her name was Sarah then.
She was Lucy when she killed me.
Duke, put the knife down.
Now she's called Audrey, and she will kill you.
No.
The tattooed man is supposed to kill me.
She doesn't have to do it with her own hands.
Kyle.
No, don't.
I love you.
Thank you.
My son will be safe now.
I know you helped her kill me, Garland.
No.
She just beat me to it.
I hear she killed you, too.
At least he's got a taste of what he's capable of.
That's all that matters.
Well, she'll kill him, too.
Not this time.
She can't stop my son.
I have a son, too, you know.
Damn good one.
Just take care of our girl.
Okay? Put your guns down! Now! Now! You're all under arrest.
Heard the Chief was back.
Made me wonder how that happened, so I started looking for an explanation.
- And I found one.
- Dave.
When did you have the Hopkins kid dig him up? - I had no idea any of this would happen.
- Yeah.
I paid Kyle to dig him up three weeks ago.
You did this without even talking to me.
- Well, you wouldn't have agreed.
- Damn right.
- We need Garland back.
- No, we don't.
- We'll be fine.
- You're fooling yourself, Dave.
It's different this time.
She's different this time.
Nathan, you're early.
Parker? Parker? Duke.
- Where is she? - Where is who? Audrey.
- What did you do with her? - She's missing? Nathan, I swear I didn't do anything to her.
- You were in her apartment.
- No, I wasn’t.
Now, think.
Think.
- Why would I hurt Audrey? - You got five seconds.
Four.
Nathan, if I was gonna hurt her - Three.
-l would have been waiting for you.
I'm done counting.