Haven s05e20 Episode Script

Just Passing Through

Previously on Haven - Hi, excuse me.
Stuart Mosley? Oh, my God.
He sent Duke and Nathan back in time.
Stuart, this is you.
These two men need your help to get home.
- 30 years ago, the day I woke up on the beach, lying beside me was The Colorado Kid, dead.
Did I kill Audrey's son? - No, I won't believe it.
- Duke? I'm Hailie Colton.
I did it! So you like to watch, Dave? I see what Croatoan's doing, and he knows I'm watching.
I have to do this, Vince.
- Then I'm coming with you.
Oh, my.
- How? - Why did he put it here? - Because Croatoan didn't, Dave did.
Dave killed Charlotte.
- I need some answers about Charlotte's death, Dave.
- Nathan, please understand.
It wasn't me.
I was being controlled by Croatoan.
- But why would Croatoan want Charlotte dead? - I swear, I don't remember anything.
It was just like last time.
- What, something like this happened before? - 1983.
Woke up on the beach once near a body.
- Whose body? - James Cogan, The Colorado Kid.
Your son.
I think I killed him too, Nathan.
I'm so sorry.
- I need to know everything that you remember about the day he died.
- I don't remember much about that day.
It's all so jumbled.
- Who was there? Anyone suspicious? - There was one stranger, a woman, just for a minute.
She ran past me just as the thinny opened and I was drawn in.
- Wait, wait, wait.
You saw a thinny on the beach? Are you sure? - Yeah, the only thing I'm sure of.
- Who was this woman? Why was she there? - I don't know.
- There's another way into the Void.
This is where Dave said he saw the open thinny.
- But Charlotte sealed the Thinnies 500 years ago.
- Maybe.
Dave saw one.
We need to find it.
We have to get into the Void, Parker.
- Charlotte said that we needed to get, um - She called it a controller.
Said it's the other piece we need besides the aether core to build a new Barn.
- Okay, well, let's say that somehow we are able to get it.
Do you really think that we're gonna be able to build a-a new Barn without My mother? - We have to.
Charlotte said that the new Barn would remove the Troubles and everything else that belonged in the Void, including Croatoan.
- He won't be able to influence Dave anymore.
Nathan, I don't think that there's a thinny here.
I would see a shimmer.
I would feel something.
- So what, it just disappeared? None of the others have.
Unless it was caused by a Trouble.
Dave knew everyone except that woman at the beach.
She's our unknown element here.
We have to find her.
- Well, where are we gonna find a mystery woman from almost 30 years ago? - Right here where we know she was.
- What? She was here in 1983.
- Exactly.
I'm going back in time.
As requested, my sketch.
- The woman Dave saw on the beach? - Yes.
I know I've seen her before, but it was years ago.
I don't think she's still in Haven.
- Yeah, but she was in 1983.
I had Audrey bring Stuart Mosley in.
- You're gonna use Mosley's Trouble to go back in time? - To the day the Colorado Kid died, the day Dave saw this woman on the beach.
- I was laid up in East Shore Hospital that day.
But why is the woman so important? - The thinny Dave saw on the beach that day it was open.
Now it's gone.
This woman may be the only person who can tell me why.
- Nice outfit.
I guess nylon was in in '83.
- We raided Goodwill.
What do you think? - Kind of glad I'm immune to Mosley's Troubles so I don't have to go back with you.
He's in the break room.
- How are you gonna switch on Mosley's Trouble? - Oh, he gets upset every time he sees me.
I think it's because I keep crossing through his time line.
Anyway, his Trouble activates.
- When it's time to come home, show 1983 Mosley this photo.
It's the same photo we used before.
- Thanks.
- Look, I should come with you.
I can help.
I know 1983.
You were just a boy then.
- Okay.
Good.
You'll need some clothes from that time period.
- This is what I wore back then.
- Of course it is.
- Keep your interactions small.
Be like mice.
If you change anything in the past, it can make things worse now.
All you need to figure out is what that woman knows about the thinny.
- Absolutely.
- Okay.
Hey This might help.
- Thanks.
- Remember, you can't change what happens.
- I know.
You ready? - Yeah, can I get a wake-up call for 6:00? No, that's A.
M.
You know what? Never mind.
I can do it myself.
Okay, fellas, you know what? You could have just knocked.
- Clear! - Or not.
Look, if this is about a certain bank and a certain $31,000 ish, I don't have it.
I said, "I don't have it.
" - Skip McMannis, huh? You need new IDs, Mr.
Crocker.
You've been using that one since 2007.
- You guys have been keeping tabs on me since 2007? If the shroud is still up, you shouldn't even remember me.
Hey.
Hey! Who the hell are you guys? I have to surprise him, Vince, so you go in first.
- Who the hell are you? - You don't ask the questions here.
Remember this? - It's from the paper.
- I know that.
Do you remember this day, Mr.
Mosley? The day they found the Colorado Kid? - I was here.
I spent the entire day in this damn police station, fighting about parking tickets.
- Hello, Mr.
Mosley.
- You! - Whoa, how'd you do that? Where did you come from? - We're from the government.
- Yeah.
- And we need that photo.
Your country thanks you.
Now, uh, is Detective Wuornos around? May 22, 1983.
It's the right day.
Damn it! I don't even own this car anymore.
And they ain't my tickets.
- That's young Mosley.
- That's our way home.
- Are you even hearing me? - Okay.
So we know Dave is gonna wind up near that thinny.
So I'll go and find him.
- Okay, but keep your distance, no interacting.
I'll find the woman in the sketch.
With any luck, we'll meet up on that beach.
- Okay.
- I just want to make sure you're okay.
Yeah.
- Oh, um Uh - Yes? - Are you Detective Wuornos? - Sure am.
Can I help you? - Yeah.
I'm looking for this woman.
Super.
Who the hell are you? - Special Agent Nathan Butterworth, FBI.
- Okay.
Give me a minute to see my lady friend out.
I'll be right back.
Get you a coffee? - Black.
Yeah, thanks.
- Sure.
- I recognize that woman in his sketch.
It's Barbara Colton.
She's Troubled.
- So why do the Feds want her? We don't need that kind of attention.
- Especially today.
I just want to call James and say good-bye and make sure he gets out of town before I go back into the Barn.
- See James.
I'll get rid of this joker.
- Okay? - Yeah.
Okay, so you guys know about me.
How about a little town called Haven? Haven, Maine? Anybody? Ring a bell? Whatever.
You're wasting your time.
False arrest, illegal search.
This'll never hold up in court.
- We're not from the government.
There's no court just us.
- Okay.
Help! Anybod - There you go.
Black as sin.
- Thank you, Detective.
- Call me Garland, Nathan.
I got a boy named Nathan.
- Oh, yeah? Good kid? - Ah, sometimes.
He's always putting his butt on my desk, like you.
- Maybe he likes sitting up there so he can be closer to his dad.
- Ah, I don't know, maybe.
So this woman, what'd she do? - Uh, that's, um It's confidential, FBI business.
But I hope that the Bureau can still depend on your help, Garland.
- I'll put every available man that I can on it.
But I have no idea who this person is.
- Don't you have a local paper? Maybe they can help.
- The Herald's closed.
One of the publishers is in the hospital.
- Yeah, uh, Vince Teagues.
Is he at County or out at the Ping? - County.
I'll tell you what, Agent Butterworth, before you go bothering those boys, I'm just gonna check on one thing.
- Hey, mister.
I know you're not a cop around here, but they're always too busy to help me, anyways.
So maybe you can.
- Yeah.
What's wrong? - My camera got stolen, my good one.
- Did you file a report? - I already know who stole it A kid in my grade, Duke Crocker.
- Come here.
You know that abandoned shed out on East Beach? That's where Duke hides all the things he steals.
Go get your camera back.
- How do you know that? Told you, I work for the government.
Get out of here.
- Yes, I'm sure, James.
I have to leave for a while.
- If you say so.
I just I wish we had more time together.
- Me too.
Can we go for one last walk on the beach? Yeah, I'll meet you at 4:00.
Okay? I love you, Mom.
- I love you too.
- We have a problem.
That FBI agent just referred to East Shore Hospital as "the Ping.
" - Only Haven cops call it the Ping.
- Yeah.
Somethings not right here.
I'm gonna make some calls and check him out.
You got a minute to stall him for me? - Sure.
Excuse me.
I'm looking for a David J.
Teagues.
- I'm Dave.
- Well, pleasure to meet you.
Wallace Telman, literary agent.
You wrote a piece on the vanishing lobster man of Spruce Island that was, well sublime.
- Well, lots of lobstering going on around here.
Write what you know.
- Indeed.
And if I may be so bold, I think you should get to know the dude ranches in New Mexico immediately.
- Excuse me? - Mr.
Teagues, I'll be blunt.
You're a wonderful writer Muscular, nuanced And I could get you published in Time magazine if you covered an inter-dude-ranch rodeo in New Mexico tomorrow.
- Tomorrow? - You'd have to leave tonight.
- Wow.
Wait a minute.
Oh, my God.
Vincent? - Oh, darn it all! - Barbara Colton.
And there's your address.
Hi.
- Find anything interesting? - Uh just looking for a pen.
- Oh.
Well, here use use mine.
I'm Lucy.
- Nathan.
Thanks.
- What just happened? - Nothing.
I should go.
- Wait.
Um Garland sent me in here to help you.
Maybe I know this woman that you're looking for.
- I-I-I, um I have everything I need.
I should really go.
- Um, my pen.
- It was nice to meet you.
- Okay.
- Hi, it's Barbara.
Leave a message.
- Barbara.
It's me, Lucy.
You need to get out of town now.
- Barbara Colton? I need to talk to you.
- Now's not really a good time.
That ring where'd you get it? Wa Barbara, wait! - Hands where I can see them now! - That woman you have to let me go after her.
- Don't think so.
There is no Nathan Butterworth at the FBI.
- Garland, I need to talk to Barbara Colton.
I think she can do something.
- No, you're not going anywhere until you tell me who the hell you are.
- Okay, I know it sounds like I am talking nonsense, but I am on your side.
I am trying to save Haven.
- "Save Haven"? What's your interest in this? You're not with the FBI.
You're not with the State Police.
I can't find a record on you anywhere.
Why don't we just start with you telling me your real name? - My first name really is Nathan.
I was born here at the Ping, December 14th, to Elizabeth and Max Hansen.
But I took my adoptive father's last name.
I'm Nathan Wuornos.
I'm your son.
- So I'm supposed to believe that you're my son come back in time? - You know better than anyone what Troubles can do.
- Don't move.
So whose Trouble was it, then, sent you back from the future? - Stuart Mosley.
You know him? - Know the family.
Then again, so does anyone with a phone book.
- Did I pass the test? - I just pricked you.
- Do I need a Band-Aid? - Didn't seem like you even felt it.
- Didn't.
- But you knew I was gonna do it.
- 'Cause I know you.
You're my father.
It's a lot to take in, Chief.
- So I made Chief, huh? - Yeah.
- I'm sure glad you finally grew into those ears, son.
Oh, what what about flying cars? Did the Commies get them first? - Yes, they had whole fleets of them, armed with death rays.
Dave, I didn't come here to reveal the secrets of the future to you.
- Then why did you come here? - To tell you that you're going to be in terrible danger.
You need to leave Haven.
- Hello, you just revealed secrets of the future to me.
- I'm being serious, Dave.
You have to get packed.
There's no time to waste.
- Hold on there, Buck Rogers.
Yeah, I-I'm not going anywhere until you tell me what's going on.
And no more being vague.
I want details.
- Fine.
I'm not supposed to be telling you this but later today you are going to be possessed by Croatoan, a monster from another dimension.
I'm here to stop that, because if it happens, your fate will be sealed.
- That was probably a little too much detail.
Well, I guess I'd better pack.
He's here.
Go help.
- Yes, sir.
- Yes, sir.
- Hey, I got an idea.
You can just let me slip out that bathroom window, say I-l sucker-punched you, all right? And in return, I can set you up with a life where you never have to wear a suit again.
You know what I'm saying? - I like suits.
- Whoo! Duke Crocker I've been looking for you.
And you think that Barbara Colton's Trouble has something to do with making these Thinnies.
- I saw her vanish from right in front of me and then appear over there a second later.
- Barbara robbed a jewelry store last year.
The door was alarmed, but she came right through the wall.
I didn't know that she could move through thin air, though.
- Maybe it's something new.
Something's changing the way her Trouble works.
I saw her wearing a ring like this.
- Lucy has that ring.
Barbara must have stolen it.
- These rings allow people to travel between dimensions.
I think when Barbara wears it, it alters her Trouble so that she's not just passing through things, she's passing in and out of the Void, creating temporary Thinnies.
We need one of those Thinnies.
Finding a way into the Void, that's our only hope now.
- So it's that bad, then Haven in the future? - Yeah, it's worse than it's ever been.
- I might have an answer.
There's a man named Howard.
- I know him in my time too.
- He said something to me the other day, something that could save Haven right now.
He said that the Troubles would go away forever If Lucy killed the one that she loved.
- And the one that she loves is you.
- Maybe I was once.
But it's her son.
Ever since she found James, there's room for no one else.
- Have you told Lucy about this? - No, of course not.
I could never do that.
All the suffering that she could end, all the lives that she could save, but she'd have to kill her own son.
What kind of a choice is that for a parent to make? - Audrey refused to make that choice.
- Audrey? - Lucy in the future.
- So what about you and me? How are we in the future? - We have some rough times.
You never gave me a break Not once.
- That right, huh? - Mm-hmm.
- I was always afraid I was being too soft on you.
- You were trying to get me ready to do the job you'd been doing.
When the Troubles came back, I didn't think I was ready, but it turns out that I was Because of you.
I never gave you credit for that.
- Well, I guess you just did.
And that's real sweet, but we're kind of busy right now.
- That's Lucy.
Where's she going? - Why would she be leaving? What if she heard what we were saying about what Howard told you? - Well, that's not the way I'd want to hear it either.
- No, no.
You don't understand.
Howard didn't tell you everything.
The Troubles end if Lucy kills the one she loves because Troubled people everywhere, every one of them dies.
- Wait.
That means if she kills James - Then a whole lot of people are gonna die today, including us.
- Let's go.
- I have to stop Lucy.
Can you bird-dog the Colton woman? - On it.
You need a car? I already got one.
- That's Lyman Grood's Bronco.
- Not forever.
I know how to hot-wire it.
- Damn, I did an outstanding job of training you.
- But why did you pick that story to get me to leave? You really think I could make it as a writer? - I know you can, Dave.
- I do have a muscular style.
- Hmm, yeah.
Well, just keep packing.
That's Lucy.
- Right, she she can't know about you.
Just stay here.
Lucy? You all right? - No.
What would you sacrifice to save this town, to stop the Troubles? - I've been through the Troubles twice, seen how it devastates this town.
Don't know what I wouldn't sacrifice to stop the Troubles.
Why? Do you have a way? - I need a gun.
- Lucy, what are you going to do? - Please, Dave just give me your gun.
- That took a long time.
What did Lucy want? - A gun.
Lucy wanted a gun.
Our Lucy.
Why? - We don't have time to find out.
- Well, whatever she's doing, she was scared to death.
But I know one thing for sure.
She's fighting for this town, fighting for us.
- Dave! - Vince, if I run today, what's to say this this this Croatoan won't find me tomorrow or the next day? - Nothing, but - So your whole plan might wind up accomplishing absolutely nothing.
Isn't that right? This Croatoan, can it be killed? - Charlotte was of his kind, and she was mortal.
But I don't know for certain.
- Well, I know something for certain.
I can either run and save myself, or I can stay and fight, like Lucy.
Which one would you rather do, brother? - Dave, if we can't kill him, you're doomed.
Fine.
Then let's go kill the bastard.
- Hey, don't look so sad.
I'll see you again someday.
Maybe all this will come back to you.
Maybe you'll remember me this time.
- Maybe.
Let's enjoy the time that we have left.
Come on, walk with me.
I don't know if I ever told you how I felt when you found me.
I was relieved.
- Relieved? - When I discovered who I am, I felt like a visitor in my own life Just passing through, no connection, but You changed all that.
You made me feel connected.
And I love you for that, James.
- I love you too.
I'm sorry we couldn't find another way to stop the Troubles.
Keep you out of that damn Barn.
Mom, are you okay? You're shaking.
- Oh, I'm just I'm cold.
Would you be able to get my sweater out of the car? - Sure.
I'll be right back.
Oh, don't be surprised if when you come back, you have a few grandkids.
Arla wants three.
- I love you, James.
- Lucy, no.
You can't do this.
- I have to.
You don't understand.
- Yes, I do.
James he's my son.
- What? - Our son.
We have to stay out of this.
- I I heard you talking to Garland.
You said that you were from the future, not the past.
- I've gone back in time before to Sarah.
- I knew from the minute I met you, there was something between us.
- Yes.
- He looks like you.
And you came back to save him.
- No.
- To save us.
- That's not why I came back.
- But that's what you just did.
You stopped me from killing my son, our son.
- Because it would have ended the Troubles by killing every Troubled person.
I'm not here to save you, Lucy or James.
- Barbara Colton, stop! - I was right.
She makes temporary Thinnies.
- What? - Doors to another world.
I need one in Haven in the future.
That's why I came back.
- Mom! - James.
- Hey.
- Who is that? - Wait.
What is he doing? - Damn it.
He's trying to change the past.
- Dave! - What's wrong with him? - Dave's gone through the thinny.
Croatoan has him.
It's started.
- He's heading towards James.
- Lucy this is what I was trying to tell you.
He's gonna kill James, and we can't stop it.
- Oh, yes, we can.
- This has to happen.
- No! There must be something we can do.
- It's too risky.
Changing the past with something as big as this, it could destroy us all.
It almost did when you tried to kill our son.
- No.
- But now I know that a Colton makes Thinnies, and I can take that information to my world, and maybe I can save Haven for good.
- But he's my son.
He's your son.
- We can't save him.
He has to die.
He already did.
Oh, God.
It's time to find Mosley and go home.
Who's that? That's you in the future.
Thanks.
- You okay? - Watching you see our son die again - I'm sorry that you had to go through that.
- I almost wish I was still on that beach when Croatoan wiped everyone's memory.
- Then you wouldn't remember how Barbara Colton made the thinny.
- She used a ring.
This one.
I guess my dad must have gotten it back from her.
- You think he would have if you hadn't made it so important? - I don't know.
All this time he remembered me coming to him.
He knew what was gonna happen.
That actually explains a lot.
We got to put this ring on a Colton.
- I don't know how to tell you this, Nathan, but I wasn't able to find a single Colton in all of Haven.
- I know.
There haven't been any in town for years.
- You knew them? - I knew of them.
Stories around the station.
They're pretty notorious petty criminals.
I didn't realize they were Troubled.
- Without a Colton, we cannot get into the Void, we cannot save the future, so your trip didn't change anything.
- No.
It changed everything.
- So you want to tell me who the hell you are? - Saul Goodwin.
- Saul, the kid whose stuff I stole in elementary school.
You were really into photography.
Wow.
Way to hold a grudge, buddy.
- I don't remember you from grade school.
It's weird.
- Because you don't remember Haven.
- No, I don't.
- Then what the hell is all this? - I have something for you, but I couldn't give it to you until today.
I've kept track of you for almost three decades.
I got good at it, so good I finally started my own firm.
What's weird is I have no idea why I started watching you anymore.
I think I used to know why.
But anyway, now it's over.
Right now.
Good luck Mr.
Crocker.
- Yeah.
I'm sorry about stealing your stuff.
"Duke, it's Nathan writing from 1983.
"I guess it's my turn to write a letter from the past.
"I know we didn't end up in a great place, "but I need your help.
"I found a way to save Haven once and for all, "but I can't do it without you.
"I need you to find a member of the Colton family "and bring them back through the shroud to Haven.
Please.
I'm counting on you.
" - Hailie.