Haven s05e13 Episode Script


Previously on Haven Audrey is sick.
Charlotte is helping her.
Sick? With what? Just started.
Could be the split from Mara.
There's something strange happening to you.
On a cellular level, you're going through rapid waves of deterioration.
I've never seen anything like it.
- Finding aether is key.
- Why? To fix you.
The aether.
Where is it? It's missing.
Mara is looking everywhere for an open thinny.
Your adoption, Croatoan.
Your visions are all tied together.
The CDC has no idea that you're here.
Where did you get this? I'll tell you everything but first, I want my ring.
This ring? It's part of a set.
Every member in our family has one.
- I can feel her.
- Who are you? I'm your mother.
Stop lying.
I have.
It's the truth.
What? Mara Is my daughter.
How? You're too I'm about 1,100 in your years.
Mara's 600-ish.
Why should we believe you? You can feel me, Nathan.
And how else would I possibly have this ring? I'll tell you.
Because everyone in my family has one, including my daughter, Mara, who I need to see.
That's why I'm here.
From where? See these two microscopes? They're both made of similar parts, do similar things but were developed completely independently.
And one is far more advanced.
But like these microscopes, my world and yours, were developed independently, with mine more advanced and far away.
And they must stay separated.
I agree.
Dwight, I know I lied.
Get a friend.
Come to the lab.
We're keeping Charlotte Cross in lockdown.
You must believe me.
My daughter is very dangerous, that's why I'm here.
To take her away and hopefully undo whatever damage she's done.
You're the owner, right? - No.
- Right.
You should make your own Kahlua.
It's not hard, and the white Russians would be a lot better.
Please go away.
Sir, I'm a customer, and I'm correcting a problem in your establishment.
I know problems.
And store bought Kahlua is not a problem.
Of course.
Defective glassware.
- Hey, lady? - No.
We'll be taking our business elsewhere.
Look, do not touch anything else! Come on, Jeffery.
I told you not to touch anything! Okay.
Time for me to go see a doctor.
So the void separates our worlds? Like a DMZ.
Not a place anyone should stay.
Mara and William took aether from the void and brought it here.
Why? Why would Mara bring The Troubles here? For love.
But it was misguided.
When I found out, I tried to correct the situation.
Make a punishment that yielded reparations and made my daughter realize the error of her ways.
So The Barn? The Barn stole personalities from Sarah, Lucy, Audrey? To what? To teach your daughter a lesson? And to help all of you.
Can you fix what Mara's done? I've been hoping to figure out what Mara has done.
That's why I chose to be a CDC officer.
It allowed me to investigate troubled people.
What about Audrey? Can you help her? I've been trying, but I thought that on the inside, she was still Mara and not a copy.
There can't be a copy, not not in one world.
So if you took Mara home, then Audrey would get better? Possibly.
Look, our best chance at fixing all of this is if you bring Mara to me.
Then I will.
So an hour ago, we got multiple calls about an explosion at The Grey Gull.
Somebody also said that they saw something float off of Duke and hit somebody.
So four units go into the armory to gear up, and they got locked in there.
What do you mean locked in there? Look at the door.
The door knob is gone.
The key hole is gone.
The hinges are gone.
It's a tomb in there.
What do you mean you can't give me a sedative? I have to go to The Gull and pick up a body with a sponge! You don't need me to give you a sedative.
Really? How about now? Do you need to give me one now? Hey.
I'm Duke Crocker.
Look, I know that you helped Audrey and Dave Teagues.
Yeah? I need you to help me too.
You see, I have a lot of troubles in me.
And now it seems that I am giving them out.
What do you mean, giving them out? These black tears come out of my eyes, and then they float onto people, and And then they get a trouble.
Remove your shirt, please.
I need to do some tests.
Look up.
Duke's probably still our best bet at finding Mara, if he'd answer his phone.
Dwight's got a trouble at the police station.
You okay? I'm just so cold.
Well, we did just meet your mother.
Get inside.
Get you a coffee, warm you up.
Then we'll talk, okay? Thanks.
Hello, Audrey Husk.
This is so weird.
I'd say it's like looking in a mirror, but you're so pale and weak.
And that haircut? No.
No, no, no.
Bourbon? No.
And we have nothing in common.
Your mom.
She wants to see you.
I will not go and see her.
Why? If she really was your mother, you would know.
But you can deliver a message for me.
Tell mommy dearest to open a damn thinny so I can blow this clambake.
Without her.
She will say no, and when she does, you tell her that I've turned Duke Crocker into something Awesome.
A concentration of new troubles that no one has ever seen.
Now, a few of them have leaked out, but those are just farts in a dust storm.
If my mom doesn't open a thinny and let me leave by the end of the day, Duke will blow.
And Haven will see troubles that will make the last 500 years look like a square-dance.
And two more things.
One: Anyone kills me, he explodes.
And, two: You're so pale.
You really should wear more blush.
here's some.
Oh! That feels like therapy! John-John? We are here to learn about sustainable fishing practices.
Can we do that if you are high? I'm not high.
The the rope, it moved by itself.
Oh, I see.
The rope moved all by itself, but you're not high.
Get off the boat! Help! Help, somebody! Somebody! We're here! I am so fired.
I knew Charlotte Cross wasn't from the CDC.
Yeah, but not from another world.
Another Highball? What? The sun's past the yardarm.
It's a wonder we're not all drunks in this town.
And my leg hurts.
Where's your cream? That woman gave me that stuff.
I'm not using it beca Okay.
That's it.
You are cut off.
You had another vision, didn't you? Sorry I wasn't here.
But maybe this is a good thing.
We just tell Charlotte what she wants, and Mara leaves.
What's wrong? What do you think Charlotte thinks of me? I don't know.
I don't care.
Do you? Yeah.
I'm gonna go and talk to her.
Okay, let's go.
Are you sure? Besides, Dwight really needs you down at the docks.
You should go.
I'll meet up with you later.
I spoke to Mara.
Come in.
Are you okay? Just no.
- This is so odd for me.
- It is? You look exactly like my daughter.
But I'm not.
Mara's my daughter.
And whose daughter am I? I don't know.
The Troubles', maybe? I'm sorry.
No one's, I guess.
So what did Mara say? She doesn't like you very much.
She wants to go through a thinny, without you.
Absolutely not.
That can't happen.
She's far too unstable.
She said if you don't let her leave, she's gonna blow up a trouble-bomb.
Duke Crocker.
Mara said that she did something to Duke and when he explodes, he'll fill this town full of the worst troubles that anyone has ever seen.
Unless you let her go into the void.
Without you.
Unfortunately, I believe she's telling the truth about Duke.
He came to see me.
He's here? Come with me.
I'll show you.
Duke? Duke.
- He left.
- For where? I don't know.
But it doesn't really matter because I can't stop him from exploding, and I will never let Mara through a thinny alone.
If it comes to it, Duke Crocker will explode.
There must be something.
Seems like you would do anything to save this town, Audrey.
I would.
They're my family.
Then we might have one solution.
See? Aspen, sugar maples.
They do not grow in North Carolina, but they do grow here.
Do you think your vision was of a massacre that happened here once? People bludgeoned with a rock, here? Well, it may not be in the history books, but neither are The Troubles.
What's wrong? You two know more about The Troubles than anyone.
A dubious distinction, but, uh, yes.
How far do they go? I mean, what if a troubled person went out to sea or wherever? It usually includes us writing a story about some freak squall or strange current.
I need an answer! It's important.
I'm afraid troubles always find people.
So there is no good place to expel a trouble? Or a whole lot of them? No.
Except, I imagine, where they came from.
The void.
Green misty spot on the other side of a thinny.
Which bus is that? What the hell was that? Nothing.
All right, you two listen to me.
If you know where an open thinny is, then you are gonna tell me right now.
Or I am gonna beat you to death.
With him.
As long as we keep the boat up, the kids should be okay.
But I could use more cops.
They're all still stuck in the gun locker.
I think it might be the same trouble.
One that locks people inside places.
And it might have come from Duke.
Thanks for letting Charlotte leave the lab.
She might be able to help save Audrey and Duke and stop all this.
She's your responsibility now.
Look out! All right, cleat the boat to the dock.
More lines! We need more lines! We're here! We're in here! Are we gonna let Mara go? No.
It's far too dangerous.
For everyone.
There's another way to get Mara to deactivate Duke.
What? Audrey will help Mara realize the terrible mistake she's making.
Audrey's gonna talk Mara into stopping all this? No.
Mara's personality has been overlayed so many times that I think the goodness that is in Audrey has been leeched out of Mara.
It must be returned.
What? Nathan.
Just listen to her, please.
Audrey must be returned to Mara.
When they're recombined, I think Mara will choose to stop all of this.
Audrey was trapped in Mara before.
I'm not talking about trapping Audrey in Mara.
I'm talking about making Audrey part of Mara.
The part she lost.
The part that's good.
I can do that.
There's got to be another way.
There isn't.
Audrey isn't sick because they're both here.
She's sick because one life force split into two.
This is our solution.
If we don't do it and Mara gets in that void, she will destroy all of us.
Hey, Mara.
It's your old buddy, Duke Crocker.
Remember me? Great in the sack, loves toe-play? So I hear you're, uh, looking for a thinny.
Want to go into the void.
Well I'm your guy.
Don't be mad at me.
I'm not giving up.
I'm finishing.
Do you remember how all of this started? We found that picture of Lucy and we thought that she was my mother.
And then we finally find my mother and discover that I don't even have one, so.
So what? Doesn't mean you don't deserve to live.
- No, it doesn't mean that.
- Then why do this? Because it's what I want to do.
Audrey Parker.
Do you love me? - Yes.
- Then let me do this.
Let me save Haven.
Let me save Duke, and let me save you.
Find Mara.
Don't let her go through a thinny and destroy us all.
I will stay here.
I will help those kids.
Go and find her so we can do this.
I'll find Mara.
I'll let Charlotte combine you, but you have to promise me that you will keep fighting to stay alive in there.
I don't know if I could do that.
You can.
You're strong.
Promise that you will keep fighting to save yourself too.
Promise me, Parker, because when this is done, I'm gonna get you back.
I promise.
When it's done, I'm gonna get you back.
All right.
Here we go.
Somebody, please help! Help! Sutherland, see if you can get a compressor pumping air in there.
Move! Move! Dwight.
I got some information.
Here's a list of all the kids trapped in the boat.
This is the cops stuck in the gun locker.
Look at the last names.
I'll be right back.
don't let that boat go down! I am sorry.
I needed to see you chained up before I came here.
I wanted to make sure that you weren't going to jump me.
At least, not in a bad way.
All right, I have to ask.
Do you miss the toe? Not really, no.
Strappy summer sandals are out.
I let my pedicure go to hell, anyway.
You know, it's ironic.
I had you chained up here.
I didn't realize you were holding all the cards.
But now You hold all the cards now? Oh, yeah.
Full boat.
I have what you want, Mara.
The location of an open thinny? You can leave right now.
On one condition.
That I keep you from blowing your top? No.
I want a guarantee that I don't trouble any more people.
Now, I'm gonna get this guarantee because, you see, you and I are gonna take a little road trip together to this open thinny.
I'll even tell you what state.
North Carolina.
But I'm not gonna tell you exactly where it is until we are Right there.
Why? Well, because that way, you can't ditch me.
And because Well, I want to go with you.
Through the thinny? Through the thinny, into the void, and over the woods to grandmother's house we go.
Why? In case I blow, I do not want to trouble another person in Haven.
This is the only way I can guarantee what I want.
What do you say? I say What are we waiting for? Julia? Joe Sena.
Father of trapped cop Alex Sena, and Julia Sena, on that boat.
He's our troubled guy.
Said his family's never been troubled, but he was at The Gull this morning with Duke.
And Duke's leaking troubles.
I tried to talk Joe down on the way here, but that's your thing.
You got this.
No pressure.
- Dwight? - Busy.
No, Dwight.
I just want to know one thing.
All of that work we did the blood tests, the genetic marker, was any of that real? It was real.
It was all real.
I was trying to figure out what Mara had done.
Why should I believe you? Because we were real.
I care about you, Dwight.
Were you ever planning on staying, or did you always know that some version of today was coming for me? I always knew.
Well, in case you were wondering, today really sucked.
Joe? Listen to me.
You're troubled, and you are doing this to your kids.
Now we need to figure out what emotion is bringing this out.
Is there anything that happened today? Anything traumatic? I called Alex after that guy exploded at The Grey Gull.
I told him to be careful.
I wanted him to come home, but he wouldn't.
Being a cop is dangerous enough, but being a cop in Haven? And I hate that police station! What about your daughter? Are you worried about her and the kids she hangs out with? I wanted to send her away to school, but she didn't want to leave her classmates.
Troubled classmates who could kill her.
Joe, you fear for your children.
And who wouldn't in this town? It's your trouble that's trapping them, and I think it's trapping them in the places that you fear for them the most.
- Whoa! - What are you doing here? Well, the cops told me to come and check out Mr.
It was terrible.
And that's evidence? No, um, Duke wanted to thank me.
I did him a favor this morning, so he called and said I could take his perishables.
He's going out of town.
- Where? - I don't know.
Gloria, I need to find him.
He's probably with Audrey? She was with him.
I saw her sitting in the car.
That wasn't Audrey.
Did they say anything? Do you have any idea where they were going? No, but I know how they were going.
To save them, to stop your trouble, I think you need to stop being afraid for them.
How? They're my kids.
- Nathan? - Duke is with Mara.
They're leaving right now in a seaplane.
What? I don't know what he's thinking.
- You're getting worse.
- Yeah, I am.
Doing this is our only chance to save you.
Look, the plane is at Willow Cove.
You're close.
Get over there.
I'll be there as soon as I can.
Okay, me too.
Joe, I know you are afraid, and I know you want to save your children, but I need you to stop thinking about that right now.
Well what the hell am I supposed to think about? Think about how much you love them.
- What? - Just do whatever you can to keep that To keep that in your mind, to think about that.
Trust me.
Julia? It's daddy.
Can you hear me? Yes.
Daddy? Daddy! Hi, sweetheart! Hi, daddy! Don't be afraid for her, Joe.
If you want to save her, you have to stop being afraid.
Julia, I love hearing your voice.
You know why, baby? Because it reminds me It reminds me that you're kind and smart, and that I love you very much! And I know you're gonna be okay.
Armory door is open.
Boys are fine.
Good job.
Now I have to find the girl with the exploding touch.
She has a cousin just outside of town.
You want to help me get these guys to the hospital? I can't.
I got to go find Nathan.
Good-bye, Dwight.
All right.
I'll check the forecast just in case, but we should be good to go.
I didn't know that you had your pilot's license.
I don't.
I kind of love you, Duke Crocker.
Yeah, you got a strange way of showing it.
Yeah, well sometimes that's a good thing.
I'm telling you, Vincent.
The trees in my vision, they were from here.
- You don't know that.
- I do.
And if on the other side of this bush we see a huge uprooted trembling Aspen, we keep going.
Deal? Oh, my you were right, Dave.
Come on.
Don't lose your nerve now.
We should wait for Nathan.
Why? You want to say good-bye.
You said that when we combine, I won't be inside Mara.
I will be a part of Mara.
Yes, imagine a drop of white paint being mixed and swirled into a can of black paint.
Gone, but still inside.
So then Audrey Parker Will cease to exist? Will will die? Yes, she must.
Damn straight.
Hi, dove.
Hold that thought.
Every time I see you, you make me uneasy.
I get creeped out, like I've forgotten something important.
And every time I see you It makes me want to vomit.
Now, mommy, "hi"? Put the gun down.
- You don't want to shoot me.
- I do.
Mara, I've had time to think.
And I might know why you're so upset.
Maybe because you locked me in this place for 500 years, while other people took over my body? No Because you blame yourself for what happened to dad, because I was too busy trying to help you, not him, and we lost him.
No! I blame you.
You're timid and stupid and jealous of the things I can do.
And weak! And guess what? I'm not, and I am going to get dad back.
At what cost? Doesn't matter.
Does Duke matter? I needed to work with the aether.
You may be afraid of it, but I'm not, and as for Duke, he'll be fine.
I turned his thing off, and we're gonna go flying, and maybe I'll turn another little part on.
Mara, this whole situation has turned you into something you're not, and it's my fault.
I beg you, please, let me help you.
Let me make you whole again.
I don't want her.
She's not her, dove.
She's you.
You have to admit, there are parts of her that you respect.
Parts that could make you better.
Let me return them to you.
I need Mara.
Yeah? So do I.
- Good-bye, Nathan.
- Stop- - I don't have time for this.
- Duke, Mara turned you into some kind of trouble bomb, and she I know.
That's why I'm taking her to a thinny, an open one.
A what? You can't let her through a thinny I won't.
I'm gonna kill her right on the damn doorstep.
What? I need Mara to go with me to make sure that it is open so So that I can go through.
So that way I can explode inside the void so that I don't kill anyone else with my trouble.
That is why I need Mara.
- So why do you need her? - To save you.
To save this town.
To save Audrey? Are you sure you can do that? Yes.
It doesn't have to be this way.
You don't have to be so angry.
Do you like feeling like that? No, I just feel like this all the time.
I am so sorry.
Do you remember when I was little and we used to go swimming? With dad? Yeah.
I Loved that.
He would hold me in the water, and I felt safe.
And you don't feel safe anymore.
And you need to feel that way again.
Don't you? I do.
Let me help you, Mara.
Let me make you feel better.
Let me give you the part of you that you lost.
You just don't give up, do you? No.
And you think that's a good thing? Isn't it? I don't want to lose you too, Duke.
Thank you, that's very sweet.
If we let Audrey and Mara combine, then maybe Then we have no idea what will happen! Do we? What the hell is this? It's more than wind.
Come on! Audrey! Mara.
It's me.
Audrey? Parker.
How? Mara was already destroyed by the loss of her father.
I've been trying to rescue her from that tragedy, but today I realized I was just torturing her instead.
So you changed You changed your daughter? I prefer to think of it as as rescued.
Audrey was how Mara once was, the daughter I loved.
- Parker - Yes, yes! It's me, Nathan.
Uh, hello? So what the hell happens to me now? Mara really did like you, Duke.
She said you two were going on a trip, and she said she turned you off.
You should be okay.
Just a tip.
Next time just, you know, skip to the the good part.
I can feel you again, Parker.
What? What is that? I don't know.
Did you do that? No, I have no idea what that is.
I don't see anything.
Right there.
I mean, I I can't see.
Oh, my I don't understand.
Mara said that she turned you off before your trip.
Mara also said that Duke would explode if she died.
Mara really died, didn't she? I didn't think this would happen.
What the hell? - Vincent.
- What? I saw this rock in my vision! And look! "Croatoan.
" This dust is dry.
That was carved with this rock today.
We should get out of here.
What in blazes is that? Duke? Duke, what's happening? Duke! Look out!