Hawaii Five-0 s07e05 Episode Script

Ke Ku 'Ana (The Stand)

1 STEVE: Previously on Hawaii Five-O CHIN: I wanted to talk to you about Sarah.
CHIN: For the past six weeks, she's been living with me.
But recently, her mother's family back in Mexico has taken steps to adopt her.
Let me guess.
You want me to look into them.
What are their names? ADAM: I'd like to report two murders.
(grunting) ADAM: You'll find the bodies in the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve.
How do you know this? Because I put them there.
KONO: The prosecutor's last and final offer was 18 months.
(whispering): Next time, you slip it onto my finger, all of this will be behind us.
Hey yourself.
Come on, let's get out of here.
What are we waiting for? (speaks indistinctly) That's amazing.
I know, right? Oh, my God.
Hey, who wants to shoot something? Yeah.
Anybody else? Let's do it.
Yeah! (crowd clamoring) (horn honking) (horn blaring loudly) Say hello to my little friend.
(horn blaring) (people yelling) (Hawaii Five-O theme song plays) Hawaii Five-O 7x05 Ke KÅ« 'Ana (The Stand) @elderman Ooh.
Here you go, bruddah.
On the house.
Thanks, man.
I've been dreaming about this meal for a year.
GROVER: You look like you've dropped a few pounds in there.
Go ahead and eat that, we'll fatten you right back up.
I got some text messages here.
This one's from Max.
“Overjoyed to learn “of Adam's emancipation.
Mazel Tov to you both.
Wish I could be there.
” Oh.
Where is Max anyway? STEVE: He's overseas.
He's doing a little bit of work for Doctors Without Borders.
No kidding.
(phone rings) Excuse me.
KONO: Oh, this one's from Sang Min.
“Hey, Spicy.
Hear your hubby's out.
Tell him” Mm-hmm.
That's disgusting.
I can't even read this out loud.
Give me island lovin' Very classic.
That's not a word I'd use to describe Sang Min.
Give me island lovin' tonight Hey, man.
You all right? Yeah.
Yeah, yeah.
That was Coughlin.
Adam reached out to his contacts in Mexico, but he's saying that no one is saying a word about the Morales family, which means that no one is able to confirm nor deny any connection to the Cali cartel.
What are you gonna do? Sara's not scheduled to leave for a couple of weeks, so, I'm gonna keep digging, find someone who will talk.
You need me, you let me know, all right? I'm right here.
This is for my man Adam and his beautiful wahine, reunited after 12 long and lonely months.
We all know you two are looking forward to some quality time together.
(plays notes like catcall whistle) (laughter) (playing lively, upbeat tune) I've been really tryin', baby Tryin' to hold back this feeling for so long And if you feel like I feel, baby Come on, ooh, come on Yeah, let's get it on (laughter, phone rings) Let's get it on.
(applause) Copy that.
Yeah, we're on the way.
Sorry to break up the party.
We got to go.
So sorry, babe.
I'll be back as soon as I'm done, okay? STEVE: Uh-uh.
Uh, no, no, no, no.
You're not going anywhere.
You got the day.
Take the day.
Good to see you.
Are you sure? You didn't just hear the man play “Let's Get It On.
”? That don't mean, “Come with us”" We'll call you if we need you.
Yeah, enjoy your quality time.
(tires squealing) (siren blaring) Steve, that thing came charging down Kalakaua, plowed straight into this gun club.
No fatalities, but we got a dozen or so being treated for injuries.
Witness said that after it crashed through the wall, it stayed in there for about five minutes before it pulled back in the street again.
Then it just parked down there and hasn't moved since.
GROVER: Bulletproof bulldozer.
Yeah, I just read something about a guy in Colorado who did the exact same thing.
Do me a favor.
Secure the perimeter, make it a big one.
Setting up now.
SWAT's en route.
Copy that.
Lou? Yeah.
Liason with SWAT.
Yes, sir.
Thank you.
Why does the guy just sit here? Why doesn't he take off? It's not like anybody's gonna stop him.
Maybe he's not done.
(engine starting) You had to say that, right? All right, we got to find a way to contain this thing.
How? Small-caliber bullets are gonna be useless.
A surface-to-air-missile is gonna be useless, okay? Steve, what do you think? That's good.
What do you think he thinks? I don't know, but he's got that look in his eye.
DANNY: Yeah, I like that look a lot.
What is that, a flash-bang? That's good.
What are you gonna do with that? What's that gonna do? Cover me.
Cover you how? With what? (explosion) It's empty! He's gone.
Well, the good news is you got him handcuffed to a pipe down there deep in the sewage, right? No such luck.
Okay, well, this guy did not drive over this manhole on accident, all right? He had a plan, no? Yeah, we know what this thing was about yet? No, but I did speak to Johnny K, the guy who owns the gun range, and he said he couldn't think of any disgruntled employees or customers that would have done something like this.
Yet, some maniac with a bulldozer does what he does.
I think that there was probably a reason.
CHIN: So I just spoke with some of the customers at the gun range who were there when the whole thing went down.
Anybody get eyes on the perp? No, but they did tell me something interesting.
Come on.
JOHNNY K: I already gave my statement.
I don't know what this is about.
Well, we think something might have been stolen.
Like what? Cash? Ammo? No.
HPD said they checked.
Looked like everything was right where it's supposed to be.
STEVE: Yeah, except we spoke to some of your regulars, and they told us for 80 bucks, they could fire Uzis, MP-5s, some other fun stuff.
But for $400 cash, you'd take them downstairs to the basement, let 'em fire something really special.
Thing is, HPD went down there, they didn't find any hardware.
So, what, uh what'd you keep in the basement, Johnny? CHIN: This is what our perp was after-- Johnny K's secret stash.
A small arsenal of very expensive weapons, many of which are illegal to possess in the state of Hawaii.
So this bird jacks a bulldozer from a construction site, and he tricks it out into some kind of bullet-proof battering ram, knocks down the wall of the place, during business hours, when he's pretty sure the vault's gonna be open.
Then employees and customers scatter.
Our guy goes in there, takes at least half-a-million dollars worth of iron.
GROVER: Right, but how's he gonna move it? Criminals like weapons that are cheap and untraceable.
These are neither.
That's right.
And if this guy's smart, which he certainly seems to be, he's gonna take these weapons straight to the collectors' market, which is why I just got off the phone from Norm, our old buddy from Norm's Sportsman's Shop.
This guy he knows all the biggest gun aficionados on the island, including the ones with the deepest pockets.
I wouldn't say “gun aficionado”" 'cause an aficionado, to me, refers to, like, people who collect cars, and cigars and fine wine.
Gun nuts are gun nuts.
Let's call them what they are.
They're gun nuts.
That's being nice.
Okay, all right.
And now that you're the arbiter of fine living? Is that, is that right? Hey, whatever.
I respectfully disagree.
Okay? GROVER: So, Norm.
STEVE: Mm-hmm.
He give you any names that maybe we should get in contact with? He did.
He gave me a name.
This guy.
This is Matty McConnell, AKA The Lord of Lead, AKA The Prince of Iron, AKA Papa Firearms.
This guy is a gun enthusiast/social media personality.
GROVER: He's got over 12 million followers.
DANNY: That's a lot of people with bad taste.
Yeah, it looks like Mr.
McConnell's got a past.
He was linked to a couple of mob hits in Detroit in the early 2000s.
Right, according to Norm, this guy moved out to the islands a few years ago to “reinvent himself” as a lifestyle mogul.
He claims to own over 100 firearms, but Norm says there is one weapon that Matty does not own.
And that he is apparently obsessed with: one of the guns stolen from Johnny K's vault.
M134 Minigun.
Oh, well, he does have expensive taste.
Get one of those, it'll set you back at least $150K.
Well, if those pictures in his FlicPhoto account are any indication, I think he can afford it.
Now we just got to see if our suspect reached out to make a deal.
You're a free man.
What do you want to do today? (chuckling): I'm pretty sure we just did it.
(both laughing) Okay.
What's the second thing you want to do? Hmm.
Actually, I-I need a favor.
Yeah? Yeah.
Can you run a name for me? A name? Emily Kalama.
She's the daughter of a guy I met on the inside, Louis Kalama.
He hasn't heard from her in years, and he's pretty broken up about it.
I'd like to track her down for him.
Hey, listen.
I'm not looking to maintain ties with the people I got to know on the inside.
But this guy Louis, he had my back in there.
I'd like to repay the favor.
Well, records show there's no Emily Kalama currently living in Hawaii, or on the mainland.
Well, she couldn't have just vanished.
Well, it says here from 2002 to 2005, there was an Emily Kalama living in Manoa Valley.
But then she disappears.
But there was an Emily Kingston living at the same address for a few months after that.
She changed her last name.
As soon as she turned 18, from the looks of it.
She left no forwarding information.
DMV has her address on file.
I have to go see her.
Are you sure? This woman moved and changed her last name.
I think she was trying to cut ties with her father.
I know you want to pay him back and everything, but Look, I'm not just doing this for him.
Louis is dying.
Doctors gave him a couple months.
This woman may want to cut all ties to her dad, but she deserves to know.
Clack, clack, clack Swallow a hollow Make 'em digest wit' tha .
50-caliber Your future's not lookin' so good Tomorrow's not on your calendar Do away wit' tha amateurs They breathin' too long I leave 'em coughin' The door's open.
I hate it when the door's open.
Nothing good ever happens when the door's open.
And for these fakers talkin' greasy I'm startin' tha show My Uzi got a drumroll Matty McConnell.
Five-O! Well, it looks like the Lord of Lead finally got that Minigun he wanted.
Be careful what you wish for.
CHIN: Hey.
Just in time.
This photo was uploaded to Matty McConnell's FlicPhoto account for his 12 million followers to see.
Okay, but CSU never found McConnell's phone at the scene.
We're thinking that the killer must have swiped it to access his social media.
He definitely turned off the phone after he uploaded this photo, so we just pinged his phone and got nothing.
But we do have a couple of leads.
For starters, our guy got careless, managed to get himself into the shot.
Unfortunately, it's not enough for facial rec, but he may have revealed his true intentions with the rest of the post.
Check out this caption.
GROVER (reading): “This is what real karma looks like.
It's time for real gun control”" Mm-hmm.
And there's a link.
DANNY: An anti-gun forum.
So this guy, he levels a gun range.
Then he executes a man who made a living glorifying firearms, then he hijacks his social media to promote an anti-gun agenda? We're not looking for a normal killer here.
This guy's a vigilante, and he's declaring a war on guns.
Which means that anyone who is pro-guns could be his next target.
WOMAN: I told her to break up with him.
I begged her to get a restraining order.
But when she finally did, it didn't matter.
He went out got a gun (crying): and shot her the same day.
MAN: Thank you, Cynthia, for sharing your story.
I know it was difficult.
Let's take a few minutes, and then continue.
How can I help you, gentlemen? We assume you heard about the incident that happened at the gun club on Kalakaua this morning, and the murder of Matty McConnell.
It's all over the news.
Well, uh, we were thinking that maybe whoever was responsible, perhaps they could have been a victim of gun violence, or maybe lost somebody who was close to them that would explain the motivation.
Well, what does this have to do with me? Okay.
Uh, what about this guy? We believe he may be involved.
You recognize him? (clicks tongue) DANNY: That's a yes.
That looks like Marvin.
He only came in a few times.
He didn't say much, he just listened.
The only thing I could get out of him is that he lost a family member, and he moved out here from the mainland a year after it happened.
Said he wanted to get as far away as he could.
You, uh, know Marvin's last name? No.
But we do ask new people to leave their contact info on a registration card.
Let's check it out.
(phone ringing) Hey, Lou.
What's up? I ran that name you gave me.
There's no record of anybody named Marvin Osweiler.
So he gave him a fake name; that's interesting.
Well, the name may be fake, but the address is legit.
I'm uploading it to your GPS right now.
All right, got it.
Thank you.
Hey, Lou, have HPD set a perimeter, and have Chin Ho meet us there.
Way ahead of you, buddy.
Where are we at with the protection detail for the other potential targets? Well, HPD's already reached out to the obvious ones, your gun dealers, your heads of gun rights associations, and the like.
The problem is most of them said, “No thanks.
” Their attitude is our guns are all the protection we need.
That's great.
That's-- it's good judgment.
I'm-I'm glad that those people are armed.
It makes me feel good.
Yeah, Duke's afraid that most of these people actually want Marvin to come after them.
STEVE: Yeah.
All right.
Well, let's hope it doesn't come to that.
Thanks, Lou.
Really the height of hypocrisy, isn't it? What is the height of hypocrisy? Well, this guy is using a gun to go on an anti-gun crusade.
I mean, how else is he gonna make his point, I guess? I think what we should do, get a big magnet, Mm-hmm.
glue it to the bottom of a helicopter, fly all around the country, and suck up all the guns, huh? That's good, right? Yeah, it's good.
Sucks 'em all up.
Why? What are you laughing at? Well, I can see what you're doing is what I'm laughing at.
What am I doing? You're trying to bait me; it's not gonna work.
'Cause you know that I believe that if they're handled correctly, it's perfectly okay to have guns.
Yeah, I don't See, I don't think you think that they're perfectly okay.
Guns-- they're not just okay to you.
You like guns.
You, you love a good gun.
- You're a gun guy, you know.
- Hmm.
I think you probably sleep with your gun at night.
You'd probably marry your gun.
That's That's stupid.
Now you're being an idiot.
And I'm gonna ignore you, okay? I'm not saying anything that isn't true.
Oh, so you're saying, you're saying you don't believe in the Second Amendment, but that people should have the right to keep and bear arms.
I'm not talking about the Second Amendment, okay? That mentions a militia.
Okay? It also uses words like “well-regulated”, and good job ignoring me.
Okay, so you're saying people shouldn't be able to carry guns despite the fact that you carry a gun.
I carry a gun-- I'm a cop.
It's my job to carry a gun.
What are you talking about? I got to, I got to protect the good guys from the bad guys.
So what if normal people, what if citizens want to protect themselves and their families from the bad guys? Shouldn't they have a right to do that? How about if we just don't let the bad guys have any guns? Then the good guys won't need any guns, and nobody needs any guns, how about that? And you know what else? While we're at it, we can eliminate discrimination, war, hatred, violence, all that kind of stuff.
We'll all live happily ever after, and we can, uh, you know, ride our unicorns to work every day.
And you'd probably commandeer my unicorn, and drive it to work every day.
- And guess what? If you had a gun, you could stop me.
You sure you don't want me to come with you? I don't want her to feel like she's being ganged up on.
(seatbelt clicks) Just give me a few minutes.
All right.
Yes? Emily Kingston.
That's right.
My name is Adam Noshimuri.
I'm a friend of your father.
I'm sorry, I don't have a father.
Hey, can I come inside for a second? No, I don't I don't think that's a good idea.
I know things weren't great between you two, but I also know he'd really like to see you.
Well, I don't want to see him, so I'm sorry you wasted your time.
Emily, wait.
Louis has cancer.
He doesn't have very long.
(birds chirping) He put you up to this, didn't he? No.
No, he doesn't even know I'm here.
Really? Then why are you here? Because he had my back in prison.
He saved my life, more than once.
Well, that's great that he saved your life and all, but it doesn't make up for all the lives that he ruined.
And not just mine or my mom's.
Louis was an addict.
He was selfish, and he let us down.
I'm sure he did.
Look I didn't know him before he went inside.
I'm sorry you had to.
But the man I do know is a stand-up guy.
A guy who got his GED, and now teaches other inmates how to read.
Who talks to juvies and tries to scare them straight so they don't make the same bad decisions he did.
A guy who never stopped writing letters to the daughter he loves, even though they'd always come back.
(sighs) That's the Louis I know.
Please, just think about seeing him.
(slams door) (lock clacks) Five-O! Clear.
All right, so this is obviously the rest of Johnny K's stolen hardware.
Chin, what's the chances of recovering some data off that thing? (electronic chiming) Slim.
But not impossible.
I'll get Eric on it.
All right.
Hey, hey, hey.
Yeah? I just got a message from Gary from the support group.
He said he found an old e-mail from Marvin.
He just forwarded it to me.
“You said your support group was a safe place, “a place to grieve, to heal.
I wanted to believe that.
“I tried, but I just can't, because I know better.
STEVE AND MARVIN: I know that until things change” MARVIN: no place is safe.
We can't save each other from the problem, because we are the problem.
Whatever faith I had in people and our government is gone.
All this carnage has become routine, and no one is willing to do anything about it.
I can't live like this anymore.
Hands in the air.
Hands in the air! (alarm blaring) Walk.
(woman screams) MARVIN: Get on the ground! Now! (sirens wailing) Take these.
Padlock that door.
Okay, guys, we got nine hostages inside, two of them are judges.
CHIN: You know, it doesn't make sense.
Hawaii's got some of the toughest gun laws in the country-- why take over a courtroom here? That's not all-- one of the judges is Justice Isaac Bracken-- HPD quietly issued him a concealed carry permit last year.
He's locked in there and he's got a gun-- that's great.
Let's hope he doesn't try to be a hero.
Kono, thanks for coming.
We have eyes inside the courtroom? Negative.
He cut the security camera feed.
Get against the wall! Now! Move it! Just relax.
Keep your hands at your side where I can see them.
Hands at your side! Hands at your side where I can see them! (phone ringing) Hello.
This is Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett with the Five-O Task Force.
Is this Marvin? Hey, Marvin, Yes, it is.
let's talk this through a little bit.
I don't think anybody else needs to get hurt today.
And no one else will get hurt as long as you do everything that I say.
I'm listening.
I want a news crew in here.
I want to go on TV.
I got things to say.
Yeah, I understand that, Marvin, but I need you to understand that nobody in the media is gonna be willing to put themselves in harm's way.
That's where you're wrong.
'Cause all the media cares about is ratings.
I guarantee they'll be fighting to see who gets to come in here.
But even if that is the case, I'm not about to let anybody go in there.
What do you think, I'm gonna give you a couple more hostages, Marvin? I can't do that.
You don't have a choice.
Now, you get a news crew in here, or I swear you're gonna be looking for some new state employees! STEVE: Okay, Marvin, I think I can give you one cameraman and one reporter, all right? But I'm gonna need four hostages in return.
You can have two.
STEVE: Okay, Marvin, stand by.
I'm gonna call you back, all right? Bane.
See that Channel 18 news crew over there? Send them over here.
You're not actually considering doing this.
Kind of.
What does that mean? Huh? - How you doing? You all right? - Good.
Okay, so listen to me.
This guy, this guy has been very, very careful from the very beginning, okay? He's planned for everything.
I guarantee you he's gonna check you for weapons, so I need you to go in there unarmed, all right? The minute anything goes sideways, you give us a signal, we're gonna crash that room.
I'm ready.
You ready? Ready.
(phone ringing) Commander.
So listen, I got your news crew standing by out here.
Why don't we keep this simple.
You send me out my two hostages, I'll send these guys in.
If you try anything, there will be consequences.
Do you understand me? Yes, I do.
I understand.
Flower shirt.
Come on.
Blondie, stand up.
Come on, move.
To the door.
Guard, get up.
Let 'em out.
(keys jangling) Lock it.
Check them for weapons.
(beeps) (whirring) Go.
All right, start rolling.
Can I suggest that we set up over there? The lighting is better.
DANNY: Those doors are barricaded.
STEVE: We want a breach now, we're gonna have to blow those doors-- that'll mean collateral.
(phone rings) Yeah, this is McGarrett.
Okay, good.
Thank you very much.
Network's ready to go.
Kono, stand by.
We're about to go live.
You keep rolling no matter what.
Do not cut for any reason.
I'm streaming the broadcast; I'll know if you do.
You're the boss, man.
To you in three two one.
Good afternoon.
We are coming to you live from inside the Hawaii State Supreme Court.
The man next to me, Marvin, has taken control of the room, but has allowed us access.
Sir, would you tell us why you've invited us inside? MARVIN: Well, I wanted to speak with the people about something that's become a crisis in America.
In the last 30 years, our country has had twice as many mass shootings than the other 24 richest countries on this planet combined.
And what has our government done about that? They killed the assault weapons act (whispers): What are you doing? He's distracted.
I'm gonna end this.
Please, don't.
You're gonna get us all killed.
Got to do something, or this son of a bitch is gonna kill us first.
Just let the police handle it.
You don't need to do this.
more important to them than protecting our chil (gunshots, people screaming) KONO: I got a pulse.
I don't feel an exit wound.
I think the bullet's still in him.
You guys are cops, aren't you? Easy.
I said no cops.
He's gonna shoot them.
Prepare to breach on my command.
Get away from him.
I need to apply constant pressure.
You, take over.
You two, back away.
Toss your earpieces on the ground towards me.
Put 'em on.
Cinch 'em with your teeth.
Sit down.
Hold on, whoa, whoa, whoa.
I don't think he's gonna shoot.
I think you might be right.
SWAT hold your position.
(ringing) You turned off my feed.
Turn it back on, Commander.
I'm not done yet.
Marvin, why don't you tell me what's happening in there first? What's happening is one of your judges just realized the answer to the gun problem sure ain't allowing more people to carry.
Let me come in and get him.
I'll come in by myself.
He's gonna bleed out if he doesn't get medical attention.
Then let him bleed out! You tried to play me.
You think you're gonna get more hostages, huh? Turn the feed back on! You got one minute! Marvin? Marvin! He's losing it.
We got to breach.
This is not a good idea.
What's he doing now? DANNY: See? Look.
Now we can't see anything.
He turned the camera off, so now we're blind, so going in before was a bad idea-- now it's a really bad idea.
You let me know if he turns it back on.
CHIN: Eric, what do you got? What? What? What is it? What? All right, thanks.
Well, we got an I.
Marvin's real name is Kyle Kane.
His son was involved in a mass shooting in Virginia two years ago.
Some lunatic killed his son-- no wonder he snapped.
No, Danny, that's not it.
His son wasn't a victim, he was the shooter.
His son was the shooter.
The guy's son was bullied Danny.
in school, and he got ahold of an assault rifle through a straw purchase and killed people in a mall.
Six were his classmates, injured 12 others.
(woman screams) According to his police report, he was a Matty McConnell fan.
Okay, so this guy blames the gun culture and easy access to firearms for turning his kid into a shooter.
I got to get this guy back on the phone, Steve, try to talk him down or we got trouble.
(sighs) Do it.
(phone rings) Where's my feed.
Uh, Th-they're working on it right now.
Who the hell is this? This is Detective Danny Williams.
Where's Commander McGarrett? McGarrett is working on getting the TV people, uh, to get you back up on the air.
That's crap.
You're stalling.
Uh I-I know who you are.
Kyle Kane, Virginia.
Your son is Sean.
I even know what your son did.
Losing a son, uh, him being responsible for what he did, I-I can't imagine I can't imagine what that did to you.
There's not a day goes by I don't think about it.
About where I went wrong.
I should have seen the signs of I failed my son.
And because of that, now eight people are dead.
DANNY: Look, you are not responsible.
This is not on you, Kyle.
You hear me? I failed him.
I I failed my son.
Listen to me.
I am a parent.
I got two kids-- I got a son and I got a daughter-- and I know I know no matter what I do, how hard I try to raise them right, teach them the right things to do, at the end of the day, what they do, that I can't be responsible for their actions.
I mean, what-what your son Sean did, he did on his own.
There's nothing you could have done to stop that.
You don't know that.
I'm not the only one with blood on my hands-- the gunmakers, the lobbyists, politicians in their pockets-- they're all responsible, too.
(crying): I thought after it happened that maybe something would change, maybe-maybe some good would come out of it.
But then nothing happened! That's when I knew that something had to be done.
Somebody had to hold these gun nuts accountable.
I understand that.
And I know that it is very easy to blame the pro-gun crowd.
But I-I think, ultimately, we are all responsible, collectively.
The gun industry can stop it; they choose not to! The gun industry doesn't police itself.
The politicians don't do their jobs.
And on it goes, and on and on and on! It's got to end! I agree with you 100%, okay? I am a cop.
I am outraged at how easy it is to get a gun, no questions asked.
As a father, I'm even more outraged.
This is not the way we fix the problem.
Uh, stealing guns and-and killing people? I mean, you're no different than any other crazy man with a gun.
Right? Look, I don't think you want to hurt anybody else.
That's not what you were trying to do.
You were looking for a platform.
You got it.
You said what you had to say.
But somebody in there is hurt, hurt pretty bad, and if he dies or if anybody else gets hurt, that's all people are gonna be talking about, okay? Not your message.
Not your message.
You want people to hear you? Come outside.
Put your gun down and come outside.
You want people to hear what you have to say, you got to put your gun down and come out.
Kyle? Kyle? Kyle, can you hear me? STEVE (distorted, echoing): Hey! Put your hands where I can see 'em! (gentle guitar intro playing) Close your eyes Have no fear The monster's gone It's on the run And your daddy's here Up.
Danny, I got him.
Beautiful, beautiful Beautiful Beautiful boy (indistinct radio chatter) Beautiful, beautiful Beautiful Beautiful boy Beautiful, beautiful (siren wailing) Beautiful Beautiful boy Out on the ocean Sailing away I can hardly wait To see you come of age But I guess we'll both Just have to be patient 'Cause it's a long way to go A hard row to hoe A long way to go But in the meantime Beautiful, beautiful Beautiful Beautiful boy.
(lock buzzes, latch clicks) (chuckles) Look at you.
You clean up good.
How you doing, Louis? I'm all right.
How's life on the outside? Life is good.
And that wife of yours, how's she doing? (laughs) Yeah, she's great.
Take care of her, now.
You ain't gotta tell me.
So come on, what have you been up to? I want all the details.
Well, we'll discuss that another time.
(chuckles) Another time? Come on, dude, what are you talking about? I just came by to say hi, see how you were.
But you only have ten minutes, and I don't think you want to waste them talking to me.
Not when there's someone else here to see you.
Hey, Dad.
(takes deep breath) (exhales) (sniffling) @elderman
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