Hawaii Five-0 s02e14 Episode Script

Pu'olo (The Package)

Schedule starts us in Waimalu.
Looks like we got about onto Mililani.
Don't forget, you're driving solo next week.
I'm taking the wife to the ninth island-- Vegas.
It's our twenty-fifth.
Brah, 25 years with the same woman.
I have a hard enough time committing to new slippers.
One of the advantages to being married? The wife makes all the decisions.
Somebody's in a rush.
Look out! Oh! Driver, take the keys out of the ignition and throw them out the window! Just stay calm.
It'll be all right.
Don't do it.
Keep driving! Go! Aah! Carl? You okay? Hey! Carl? Carl! Carl! Hey, I just saw Uncle Joe leaving.
What's going on? Sit down, son.
We need to talk.
I'm sending you and your sister back to the mainland.
You're leaving tomorrow.
What? Joe got you into the Army and Navy Academy.
Mary's going to stay with Aunt Deb, so you guys will only be a few hours away from each other.
I just started junior year.
Why are you doing this? It's not safe for you here anymore.
You have to go now.
You're going to stay? I can't leave.
I still have work to do here.
You know what? Mom would have never sent us away.
Yeah, well, your mother is gone.
Okay? Now it's just me.
Listen, I Steve, in-in in a couple of years, you're gonna be 18.
And pretty soon, you're gonna need to decide what kind of man you are.
What kind of man are you? Breaking up our family.
I'm the kind of man that can't walk away from a fight.
My first responsibility is not my safety.
It's yours.
Now, you don't have to like it.
I just hope someday you're gonna understand.
Steve you may not hear from me for a while.
If anything happens, you can always trust your Uncle Joe.
I made you three blocks ago.
Why are you following me? I can help you find Shelburne.
No, you can't.
You're not going to last long by yourself.
Yakuza has got a price on your head.
You expected me to run and hide? You know what, Joe? You're stubborn, okay? But you're not stupid.
Adam Noshimuri thinks you killed his father.
As long as he believes that, you're a target.
Go home, son.
Listen to me.
You got to tell Adam his father's alive.
The last time we spoke, you made it clear I'm not your commanding officer anymore.
So, the way I see it, you don't take orders from me, I don't take orders from you.
Better get that.
Chin, what do we got? Delivery truck for Trans Hawaiian Parcel got hit.
Two employees inside.
One's dead, the other's been treated for injuries.
Okay, we get his statement? Uh, Danny's talking to him now.
We also got a witness.
This is the guy who called it in.
Says he was driving by and caught the tail end of the hijacking.
Saw two men in masks, armed with semi-autos.
One guy was coming out the back of the truck.
We know what they stole? Kono's taking an inventory.
I'll see where she's at.
How long the whole thing last? Seconds? Minutes? Under a minute.
For sure.
Not a lot of time to steal stuff.
Um, Lee, this is Commander Steve McGarrett.
Do you know what the hijackers stole? No.
I stayed with Carl until the police showed up.
And I never went back to check the cargo.
This is all my fault.
Why are you saying that? I reached for the radio.
If I had just listened to Carl, then he'd still be alive right now.
All right, just relax.
If there's anything else you can think of, even if it's small-- you have my card-- please give us a call.
Okay, these guys were pros.
They knew exactly what they wanted.
They were in and out very quickly.
Question is, what was on this truck that was worth killing for? What's up? Wait till you hear this.
According to the manifest, there were 73 packages aboard.
- Okay, so what's missing? - That's the thing.
We just did a count, and all 73 packages are present and accounted for.
So, you're saying they didn't take anything? - Yeah.
- Now wait a second.
If this wasn't a robbery, what was it about? Hey, I just got off the phone with the shipping company.
They confirmed - that the manifest was accurate.
- Okay.
So either the hijackers got scared and bailed, or whatever they were looking for wasn't in here.
Well, there certainly were plenty of ripe targets on board.
Yeah? It's not the only thing they left behind.
Check this out.
The print Kono found came back to our delivery driver, Lee Dolan.
The blood matches our victim, Carl Hodge.
Wait a second.
Carl was killed instantly.
I mean, the only way his blood could have gotten back into the cargo hold is if Lee transferred it incidentally after the attack.
But Lee told you he stayed with Carl's body until the ambulance arrived.
Yeah, he did.
Lee lied.
He went to the back of the truck.
All right, so what's he hiding? This is unbelievable.
Okay, this guy drives a truck for a living, and he owns a house like this.
I can't even find an affordable place to rent.
- You understand? - Yeah.
I'm thinking that Lee has found a way to supplement his income.
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
You hear that? Oh, are we doing a thing right now? What are you talking about, a thing? A thing, like we pretend to hear something, which justifies us entering the premises without a warrant, that kind of thing.
'Cause I do not hear - I said shut up! - That I heard.
Get down! A little help here, Steve! Talk.
Guy was crazy.
All right, he came in here looking for some package that he said was stolen from the truck.
And for some reason, he thought I had it.
All right, listen to me.
We spoke to your shipping company, okay? Every package that was supposed to be delivered today is accounted for, okay, so either we are dealing with a package that does not exist, or there's something you are not telling us.
A while back, these guys approached me with an offer.
All right, they needed someone at the airport who could get their shipments past customs.
- What kind of shipments? - I don't know.
All right, they give me the waybill number for the packages that come in.
I stash it on the truck, and then, I hand it off between scheduled stops, all right? But before I could make today's delivery, the hijackers boosted it.
Explains why the stolen package wasn't on the manifest.
It wasn't even supposed to be on the truck in the first place, right? Brah, I don't know who hit the shipment.
Yeah, but you know who hired you, okay? Listen to me.
You lead us to them, we work out what was in the package.
Then maybe we can figure out who else would want it.
Get it? Yeah.
There's only one problem with that.
- I only ever dealt with one guy.
- Okay, who was the guy? This guy? That is a problem.
This day keeps getting better.
Hi, Rachel.
What? Can't believe the baby's coming this early, Danny.
Well, must take after Stan, because you are late for everything.
Did he get a flight yet? Yes, but it only leaves tonight.
It's 16 hours from Beijing.
Let's hope the labor doesn't take that long.
Oh, Grace.
Did you? - Grace is fine.
Hey, listen to me.
The nanny's picking her up.
She's bringing her here.
It's going to be beautiful.
You're beautiful.
Rachel Edwards.
We called from the car.
We just need you to sign her in.
There you go.
- All right.
- Right there.
Danny, you didn't have to do this.
Sure, I did.
I got your text.
Any word from Danny? No.
He said he's going to call back once he gets some news.
- Hey.
- Hey.
So we identified Lee's contact in the smuggling operation.
Name is Kyle Ferris.
Yeah, unfortunately, Kyle's last arrest was in '08 for an airport cargo heist.
The Feds believed the job was masterminded by this guy, Nicky Chang.
Has Nicky Chang ever been indicted? No.
Feds couldn't make a case.
I mean, he's sneaky-- no one can get him in the same room as his stash.
Which is saying something, because, according to HPD, Nicky Chang practically runs Hawaii's black market.
Only now he's using delivery drivers to smuggle his contraband through the airport.
Well, maybe Nicky Chang can tell us who would want to steal from him.
Word on Chang is, he's notoriously paranoid.
Keeps really tight security.
Only takes meetings with people he trusts.
Well, luckily for us, we might know someone who can make an introduction.
Holy mullet.
Who's this guy? The name's Sang Min.
First case Five-O ever worked, we, uh, busted him for running a human trafficking ring.
Oh, he sounds like a charmer.
I mean, Sang Min's a bad guy-- that's for sure-- but he's also opportunistic and he has deep ties to the island's black market.
We offer the right incentive, maybe he takes us to Nicky Chang.
I'll go make the call.
- Steve.
- Yeah.
So I ran that address.
That business you saw Joe snooping around this morning? - Yeah.
- It's an antique shop.
It's run by a guy named Richard Detweiller.
He's got no record.
Business looks clean.
What do you think Joe was doing there? I don't know, man.
Tell you something-- he wasn't buying antiques.
Hey, hey, hey! Get down! Get down! Are you okay? Joe, what happened? I didn't think Adam Noshimuri would take it this far.
Really? I mean, it's the Yakuza, Joe.
They don't play by any rule book.
Innocent people could have died.
I know.
Here's what's going to happen.
Okay, the investigating officer, he's going to come, he's going to take a statement.
He's going to place you in protective custody.
Steve Hey, hey! No arguments, Joe! All right? Until I figure out a way to get the Yakuza off your back, you're staying right here.
We tried it your way.
Now we're doing it my way.
Oh, look at this.
Sweet and Spicy, huh? Lori Weston, meet Sang Min.
So, ladies, to what do I owe the pleasure? You know Nicky Chang? Yeah, sure.
Boy came up under me.
- Taught him everything I know.
- Oh, yeah? Where was that? The Vidal Sassoon School for Bad Guys? And I thought you were the sweet one, huh? I can be.
I'm here to offer you a pretty sweet deal.
I read your jacket.
Pretty good read.
Between lighting your cell on fire and starting two riots, no wonder you landed your ass in solitary.
What if we could improve your living situation for you? I'm in solitary because I want to be.
Wo Fat took out Hess and that governor lady.
I'm not going to be next.
You feel me? Okay, we get it, we get it.
You're laying low in lockdown.
But what if we're not just talking about putting you back in general pop? You give us Nicky Chang, we get you transferred to a federal prison on the mainland.
You serve out your sentence under an assumed name.
Better food, better facilities, and you'll be doing time with a bunch of white-bread tax evaders.
Club Fed, huh? And all I got to do is roll on my boy Nicky? Sure, okay.
But there's one other thing you got to do for me.
What's that? I've been locked up for 18 months.
I got certain needs to attend to.
You feel me? God, that's three plates already.
Where does he put it all? I think I'll go with the garlic scampi this time, huh? Deal's a deal.
Let's go! I got this one.
And bring me some more hot sauce.
'Cause you know I like it spicy, huh? Seriously, you need some new material.
What's going on? Sang Min just put in the call to Nicky's people.
They're going to call back with details for the meet.
All right.
Hey, it was just open a second ago.
There he is.
- Howzit, crime fighters? - Pretty good.
You, uh you own a shrimp truck, but you're bringing lunch to work.
Trying to eat smarter, bruddah.
Shrimp-- perfectly healthy.
Not the way I make them.
But this Subway sandwich-- so ono.
Okay, so you're eating these to lose weight? Is that is that right? It worked for Jared, and that boy was large.
But the best thing about it-- they make it any way you want it.
Check this one.
The Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki with jalapeños and banana peppers.
Now, you put that with this, a turkey BLT-- bam!-- that's some serious culinary fusion.
So how many of these did you order? Five.
Five foot-longs? It was a good deal.
And I got breakfast for tomorrow.
Okay, I'm not judging, but we need to rethink this whole weight loss strategy.
Hey, ladies.
Need a tour guide? This is cruel and unusual punishment, huh? Yeah.
I'd say it's more of a crime against fashion, but we'll let you skate on that charge.
Besides, you wouldn't want to be spotted lunching with cops, now, would you? Sang Min.
I'm sorry.
I know you want to do the whole dramatic stare-down thing, but I-I can't take you seriously in this getup, buddy.
Nicky's calling back.
Ni hao.
See you soon.
- What'd he say? - Iwilei and Kuwili-- one hour.
He's sending some boys to pick me up and take me to him.
All right, perfect.
We're going to wire you up.
We'll follow a safe distance behind.
As soon as Nicky gives us the info, we move in.
I ain't going in there alone.
No way.
What are you talking about? We had the DA's office put out word that your case fell apart.
Nicky has no reason to suspect anything.
It's going to be fine.
We'll be right out front in case anything happens.
Hey, you don't get it, do you, huh? No legit gangster walks into a meet without some muscle.
I show up solo, and Nicky will know something's up.
So what, you're asking for a bodyguard? Yeah, that's right, I want a bodyguard, and it ain't going to be any of you, 'cause Nicky knows every cop on the island.
Look, if we're going to do this, if we're going to sell this, it has to be a legit local with ties to some bad guys, huh? Yo.
You need anything else? Oh, you got to be kidding me! Not him! - Shh.
- What happened to you, guy? You used to be hard.
Now you've gone soft in more ways than one.
I'm a legit tycoon.
It's what they call a pillar in the community.
I got certain civic duties I'm obliged to fulfill.
Snitching ain't a civic duty.
I ain't no snitch.
I ain't the one rolling up in my homeboy's crib all wired up.
I guess that makes you a snitch.
You're the wrong guy for this job.
You better be cool, huh? They're going to kill each other before we even get them in play.
I don't feel good about this.
I'm already sweating.
You sure this is a good idea? Yeah, yeah, yeah.
We've, uh we've sprung Sang Min before to help with a case.
Yeah? How'd that go? Well, he escaped custody, and, uh, he went on the lam for a couple months, but we we recaptured him.
Uh, technically, he surrendered himself.
Look, just, everybody, relax.
Okay? It's going to be fine.
Heads up.
Looks like Nicky's guys just showed.
Good job hiding the wire.
Where did you place it, boss? Well, put it this way-- once we're done, he can keep it.
"Your contractions are like ocean waves, "coming to the shore.
"Concentrate on your breath.
"Inhale through your eyes, and exhale through your vagina.
" Can you do that? Keep reading.
Very impressive if you can.
Okay "As another contraction builds, "imagine imagine your cervix "is a a soft-soft softly glowing tunnel, stretching and expanding to welcome your baby.
" Rachel, I'm out.
I can't.
Come on.
What are we doing with this hippie New Age garbage? Let's mainline some drugs immediately.
No, I didn't need drugs with Grace.
No, I needed drugs, because you squeezed my hand so hard you almost broke my pinkie finger.
Huh? Hypnobirthing is for the birds, Rachel.
I'm telling you.
My sister-in-law swears by it.
Thought it would be a good way to involve Stan in the pregnancy.
But I think it just gave us something to talk about so we didn't have to address our real problems.
Pregnancy is a stress on any relationship.
We know this, so let's just breathe through it and relax, and everything will be okay, all right? Thank you, Danny.
You're a good friend.
I got gummies, sour gummies and gummy straws.
Wow! Get over here right now.
I want some of your gummies.
What are you guys talking about? What are we talking about? What are we always talking about? Talking about our beautiful, amazing daughter and how she thinks that gummies are a balanced meal.
Huh? They're going in.
Let's move.
So here he is! Tricky Nicky Chang, huh? Whoo! Ha ha! Looky look at you! All free, walking around, enjoying the island.
The whole case fell apart.
So I heard, so I heard.
Pow, pow, pow! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Who this? What's this, your double-wide Johnny Cochran's your bodyguard or something? Oh, that's Kamekona.
Hey, yo.
That's a shaved-ice snitch right there.
You know this guy's hot with the Five-O, right? No, he's cool, he's cool.
But don't get him angry.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa Whoa.
Relax, relax.
What are these, Pradas? Yeah, the genuine article right there.
Genuine, huh? Hey, yo! I ain't no snitch.
I like to keep my enemies close, feed 'em some shave ice, little bit of fish and do my business.
Yeah, what business is that? Make money, spic-and-span.
I run 'em through my trucks, presto chango, clean fundage.
You know, better than that crook, Nederman, you been using, huh? In case you hadn't noticed, I mean, I'm a superstore up in here.
If you didn't know, the business done grown since you been gone, Sang.
So that's what you call getting a shipment jacked? Huh? Well, that didn't happen when I was running things.
People had respect.
You gotta send a message, brah.
Yo, I got it, big man.
So what happened? Well, guys with guns happened.
Took something of mine.
No big deal.
So these guys with guns take down an entire truckful of stuff and take only one package? Yeah, that's right.
So what was in the box? What? Hey, what's with the secrets, huh? It's all good, baby.
I just checked with my big homie in Halawa.
He says yesterday you was in solitary, counting the cracks in the concrete.
Today today you're a free man.
How exactly does that happen, boss? Guys, we have a problem.
Move, move, move.
Get your hands in the air! Get down on the ground! - KAMEKONA (to tune of Cops Five-O, Five-O What you gonna do? What you gonna do? Where's Nicky? When they come for you? Went over there.
Five-O, Five-O Welcome to the luau, pigs.
Toasty in here, huh? You should have torched the warehouse, Nicky.
HPD just confiscated all your contraband.
How many life sentences you think we can stack up? Yeah, yeah, I know the drill.
What do I got to give up in order to get some of these charges knocked? Answers.
What was in the package that was jacked from the truck? Who was it for? Oh, what do I get if I talk? What do you get? Maybe you get to not be an accessory to murder.
Okay, the package that got jacked is electronic parts.
- What kind? - RFID chips.
From Bangkok.
You know, the kind they put in US passports.
Slip it in the cover for security.
State Department monitors sales of that kind of hardware.
Yeah, that's why someone like me gets their hands on it.
Puts it in a forged passport, they're not forges no more.
They're the real deal.
And these chips are manufactured in Thailand? Outsourcing.
Ain't it a bitch? Okay.
Who'd you sell 'em to? I don't know the guy's name.
Client pays the price, I don't ask him nothing.
Well, what did he look like? Haole.
Nothing special.
All right.
So what did this haole do when his package didn't show up? Well, now that you mention it, he didn't do nothing.
I ain't heard from him since.
And it never occurred to you that maybe he jacked his own package so that he wouldn't have to pay you? Man, I should have known something was up when he started buying in bulk.
What do you mean? Guy's a regular customer.
He usually buys, like, four or five chips.
This time, he upped his order.
To what? A hundred.
A hundred counterfeit passports? Okay, that's not an immigration scam.
That's a serious terrorist threat.
Tell me about it.
TSA and Homeland Security have already been put on alert.
All right.
Did we ID the buyer? No, not yet.
Chin and Kono have got a lead, though.
It turns out Sang Min taught Nicky well.
Guy was so paranoid about getting ripped off by his own crew, he rigged every inch of his warehouse with surveillance cameras.
Good, good.
Maybe he caught the buyer on tape.
Guys are going through the footage now.
What about you, buddy? You all right over there? Sure, it's good, you know.
Grace took 36 hours.
I don't know.
Waiting-waiting's the hardest part.
You know, something I heard, that the labor pains are the hardest part, Danny.
Please keep in mind that I'm helping my ex-wife deliver another man's baby.
So cut me some slack if you would, please, thank you.
Good point.
I'm sorry.
Listen, I gotta take care of a thing over here, all right? So you just call me if anything changes.
All right.
I got to go.
Hey, what's going on? You're the husband, right? Yeah no.
Yes, I used to be.
What's going on? Okay.
Well, her blood pressure's dropping and the baby's showing signs of fetal distress.
What does that mean? It means we're prepping her for an emergency C-section.
Daddy? Hey.
Is Mommy going to be okay? Of course she's going to be okay.
What do you mean? Everything's going to be fine.
You go play your game.
I'll deal with Mommy, okay? Get out of here.
I said no weapons.
That's what they always say, but it rarely turns out that way, does it? Have any idea what kind of self-control it takes not to kill you both right now? Yeah, I do.
When I met the man who murdered my father, trust me, the only thing I wanted to do was put a bullet right in his head.
But you didn't.
No, I didn't.
Then you're a better man than I am.
Hey! Hey! Wait! Wait! Listen to me! Joe didn't kill your father, Adam! So you claim.
Where's your proof? It's right here.
Easy now.
It's for you.
Hello? Father? Ima Doko? Nan de? Wakaranai-yo.
This is the right thing to do.
Yeah, we'll see.
Hai, wakarimashita, Otoosan.
I don't understand.
Why? Old Chinese proverb: "The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
" Our mutual enemy is Wo Fat.
I don't give a damn about him.
Well, you should.
You should because he kills anyone who crosses him or gets in his way.
Your uncle Koji, his own lieutenant Victor Hesse.
You don't get it, do you? Adam, your father went from being a powerful ally to a loose end.
And he knew that it was only a matter of time before Wo Fat went after him.
And you.
That's why your father asked me to help him fake his death.
He should have told me.
He wanted to, but he knew that that would only put you in jeopardy as well.
His fight would become your fight.
So he had to make a choice.
Tell you the truth, risk your life; tell you a lie and keep you safe.
You ask me, he chose wisely.
No, I need to see him.
He wouldn't tell me where he is, but you're going to.
No, I can't.
I made Hiro a promise.
What's important now is that you proceed as if your father is dead.
No one can know he's alive.
But quietly, we will make inroads into Wo Fat's organization until we find him and kill him.
We just need to know if you're in or if you're out.
All right.
Here we go.
Nicky just ID'd the buyer we're looking for as this guy All right.
I'll run facial rec, see if we get a hit.
Richard Detweiller.
Guy's local.
Detweiller? What? You know him? No.
But I know someone who does.
Yeah, Chin, what's up? Call you back.
Everything all right? Who's Richard Detweiller, Joe? Hmm? He's an antiques dealer a friend.
He's also a master forger, but I'm guessing you already knew that.
What were you doing in his shop this morning? I was having a passport made.
Why? So you could travel off the grid, huh? I went to pick it up, but Richard never showed.
Let me tell you something about your friend.
Okay? While you were waiting for him, his crew was knocking over a delivery truck.
They stole a hundred RFID tags, and they killed the driver, Joe.
- No.
- What do you mean, "no"? No.
Richard doesn't have a "crew.
" He's a bookworm with a talent for paper.
He used to forge documents for the CIA back in the '80s.
No way he would be involved in something like that.
Well, why didn't he show this morning? That's a good question.
He's got a pulse.
All right.
Paramedics are on their way.
I screwed up, Joe.
I let them run a game on me.
Who? Couple of Eastern Europeans.
They dropped the right names during the introduction, but something didn't feel right.
I stalled them for a day so I could run background, but the intel came back too late.
Names, okay? We need names.
Adler and Bloom.
Always back up my files.
I should have known something was wrong when the shop was closed this morning.
They had you locked up back here, didn't they? They made me run the RFID tags, hijacked them before my supplier could take delivery.
Then they forced you to make the passports? A hundred of them.
All they got to do is slap pictures in the jackets and they're viable.
Looks like they made the passports for themselves.
Means they're planning to flee the island.
How long ago did they leave? An hour ago, maybe two.
These guys, they deal heavy arms to terrorist types.
Those passports could end up in the hands of some very dangerous people.
Last call for Hawaiian Airlines flight 455, direct service to Manila.
Thank you.
It's a setup! Five-O! Hold it right there! Down on your knees, hands behind your head.
- Hey, you're doing really good.
- Just relax.
Everything's perfect, okay? Can you see what they're doing? What does it look like? It looks like a hand grenade went off.
Just being honest.
I'm kidding with you, all right? Everything's good.
Here we go.
Okay, all right, here we go.
What? What do you see? He's pulling out the baby.
It's beautiful, Rachel.
Everything's good.
It's a boy! A baby boy! Is he okay? He's perfect.
All right.
All right.
Huh? Huh? Hey, you made a beautiful baby boy.
Danny, I don't know how to thank you.
Oh, I had a blast.
It was fun.
Good vocal chords.
Somebody would like to meet his parents.
Hello, little boy.
It's a boy! Charles William Edwards.
Six pounds and two ounces.
All right! That's awesome.
How's Danny? Danny's fine apparently, but, you know, he's Danny.
Wasn't too long ago he thought that baby was his.
- Yeah.
- Take it from me.
Writing that alimony check once a month is hard enough.
But helping your ex through 12 hours of labor? That's above and beyond.
Guys, could you give us a second? Yeah.
All in a day's work, right? Yeah.
But there's is one more thing we need to settle.
I'm pretty sure you know what it is.
Don't you think I deserve to know what the hell is going on? Yes, I do.
Whoa, man, where you going? You want answers? Come with me.
I don't understand.
Your father was the closest thing I ever had to a brother.
You know that? He felt the same way about you.
You remember the day he told you he was sending you away? Like it was yesterday, Joe.
On that day, he made me promise that if anything ever happened to him, I would look after you, as if you were my own son.
But I broke that promise.
What are you talking about, Joe? When your father started his investigation into the Yakuza, he had no idea how far it would go or how dangerous it would get.
It got so that he was, he was so paranoid, he didn't trust the people he was working with.
So he came to me, asked for my help.
That's how Shelburne was born.
Wait a minute.
You're telling me Shelburne isn't a person? It's an alias.
A code name we created to draw attention and fire away from your father's investigation, to protect you and your sister.
Okay, all right.
Well, if it if it was an investigation into the Yakuza, then why does Wo Fat care so much about Shelburne? Because Shelburne killed his father.
And by "Shelburne," you mean my father.
It was me.
I killed him.
Wh-What happened? Who was he None of that matters now.
What's past is past.
The one thing I regret is that I caused you all this trouble.
I promised to protect you from all this, and I didn't.
All that I did by coming back here was make it worse.
And that's why I have to leave.
What are you talk-- No, Joe.
No, you don't.
Yes, I do, and you should know that better than anyone, Steve.
When your father died, there was nothing you wouldn't have done to find the man who killed him.
It's the same with Wo Fat.
He's driven by revenge.
Nothing is gonna stop him from coming for me.
Okay, fine, so we find him first and we take him down, Joe.
That's what we do.
One day, we will.
We will.
But right now, as long as I'm here, you and everyone that you care about are in danger.
I'm sorry, son.
Where you gonna go? I'll know when I get there.
Pretty incredible, isn't it? Yeah, it is.
He's got your nose.
I seriously doubt that.
Thank you.
Will you look at that.
If you say he has my nose, I'll bust yours.
Good to see you're holding up.
What are you doing? I am sending Stanley a photo of his baby boy.
Don't think a father should ever miss this.
You hungry? Yeah.
I'll buy you a Zip Pac.
Come on, my treat.

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