Hawaii Five-0 s07e23 Episode Script

Wehe 'ana (Prelude)

1 Whew! (drill whirs) Hey, you know something? Huh? I got to say, this is coming along very nicely.
I'm very happy with what's happening in this room right now.
We should try one of those-- you know, we could host one of those shows.
You know, the shows where you renovate other people's houses for 'em? Yeah, I do.
I hate those shows.
You hate those shows? Of course you do.
'Cause they make people happy, right? I think that that, uh, glue you're using is making your head dopey.
That's what I think.
Seriously, listen to me.
Aren't you having fun right now? We could, uh, you know, forget the restaurant.
This could be your new career.
What do you think? I think that you need a master's degree in structural engineering to put this stupid bed together.
That's what I think.
No, no, no, no.
No, don't.
It doesn't go-- do not screw that there, Danny.
I know that.
I'm not gonna screw it down there.
I know that, okay? I got an idea.
Hey, why don't your read the, uh, instructions? 'Cause I don't have the instructions.
Where are they? They're in the trash can.
What? They're in the trash can, okay?! I threw them away.
Why would you throw the instructions away? I didn't think I needed 'em to put together a child's bed.
Instructions for what? So, you know the best part about that, Danny, is that only a child would throw away the instructions.
Give me that screw gun.
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.
Give-give it to me.
You cannot be trusted with the big boys' toys.
You threw instructions away.
Give me the drill.
(doorbell rings) No.
Someone's at the door.
Give me the screw gun.
It's my screw gun.
It belongs to me.
You're gonna get the instructions? It's my drill and it belongs to me and you just stole it.
Get the instructions.
Don't touch my bed while I am gone.
You're a very frustrating person, you know that? Captain Tanaka.
What's going on? How you doing, Williams? It's been a while.
Is this a bad time? Uh No, no.
What could I help you with? Can I come in? Yeah, yeah.
Nice place you got here.
How's, uh how's retirement going? It's okay.
Yeah? Hey, you know that homicide on Puhano Street you worked when you were with HPD? Uh, drug dealer got clipped.
Case went cold when your witness disappeared? Uh-huh.
Aheahe Makino.
Uh, but he didn't disappear.
He was killed and we never found the body.
Not exactly.
Maybe that's because there was no body to be found.
What do you mean? Makino's alive, Williams.
He's been up on the North Shore for the past seven years.
What's he been doing for seven years? If I tell you, you will never believe me.
This is a Hawaii News Now special report.
Nestled in a secluded spot on the North Shore, the Haleiwa Assisted Living Center has offered peace and comfort to many over the years.
But one patient has captured the attention of all who visit here.
To the residents and staff, he's simply known as “John Doe”" But his real name, like the circumstances that brought him here, remain a mystery.
He was found seven years ago at the bottom of Ka'ena Point with severe head injuries, and has remained in a coma ever since.
WOMAN: He had no identification, and when no one stepped forward to claim him, we took him in.
You know, I think most of us have developed a bond with him over the years.
John's been here longer than some of the staff.
I read to him every week, just in case it helps, you know? We pray he'll wake up one day.
We all want him to get his life back.
And now it seems their prayers may soon be answered, after a routine test earlier this week revealed elevated levels of sugar metabolism in John Doe's brain.
According to doctors, this type of activity is a strong indicator he will soon regain consciousness.
(tablet beeps) Well? I think you might be right.
This is Makino.
If it is and he comes out of that coma, you might just close this case after all.
[Hawaii Five-O theme song plays.]
Hawaii Five-O 7x23 Wehe 'Ana (Prelude)/fo (engine revving) Yeah.
(indistinct radio chatter) What's up? New tie? No, it's a Father's Day gift two years ago from Grace.
What do we got? Construction foreman discovered a body when he got here this morning.
Cause of death was a GSW to the back of the head.
According to the M.
, the Vic was killed sometime around midnight.
Also, just a quick heads up DANNY: What's Tanaka doing here? I'm not sure.
He's gonna give me grief for beating me here, watch.
TANAKA: Detective Williams, so glad you could make it.
Hope you didn't have a hard time finding this place.
This is Detective Kauai, Narcotics-Vice.
Meka Hanamoa.
This is my partner.
Danny Williams.
Nice tie.
(laughs) Okay, so here's the deal: Governor Jameson's chief of staff lives in this neighborhood and he's already on my ass about it, so I want this case closed fast.
So, until then, constant updates.
I'm living here six months.
He's still busting my balls every day.
Is he gonna lighten up? Don't take it personal.
He's tough on all you haoles.
That's what I've been telling him.
So, Vice, what, uh, what's your interest in our dead guy? KAUAI: Your vic's a street-level coke dealer.
Been on our radar a few months.
Anyway, I'm gonna check with my informants, shake a few trees.
I'll let you know if I find any leads.
Appreciate it.
KAUAI: Yeah, definitely.
Good to meet you.
Same here.
I'll catch up with you in a second, all right? All right.
My man? Excuse me.
How you doing? Danny Williams.
What's your name? Aheahe Makino.
You, uh, you live around this neighborhood? No.
Uh, I mean, I live close by.
I'm just walking by.
You walk by this neighborhood a lot? Sometimes.
How about last night? Were you walking by last night? Last last night? No.
Okay, well, look, here's the thing.
There was, um, a murder.
Somebody got shot.
I don't know if you know.
Um, and, uh, I'm hoping somebody saw something, 'cause most of the time, it's the only way we solve these cases, so Yeah.
Sure, look, um, I got to go.
- I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
- Hold on.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Wait one second, please.
Just, uh This is my card.
I just want to give you my-- they-they, like a goof, they made my name wrong.
They put “Donald.
” It's actually “Danny.
” Okay? I'm waiting to get new cards.
Anyway, please take this.
If anything happens, uh, you remember something-- I don't know, anything-- if you know anything, just give me a call, please.
Huh? (ventilator pumping) (door opens) I just spoke with the administrator.
She said he was found by some hikers.
This was all he had on him.
HPD ran prints.
He wasn't in the system and no hits in missing persons.
I wasn't crazy.
This is Makino, right? Definitely him.
TANAKA: Yeah, and I think it's safe to assume he didn't trip and fall while hiking.
We should probably get him in protective custody right away.
Probably a good idea.
If I saw that story in the news, there's a chance that whoever threw Makino off the cliff saw it, too.
(alarm blaring) (alarm continues) Hey, hey, hey, hey.
What's going on? We're on lockdown.
There's been some kind of security breach.
Please get back into your room and lock the door.
This can't be a coincidence.
No, it can't be.
(alarm blaring) (birds chirping) (sighs) (phone ringing) (chuckles): Oh.
(phone beeps) Hey, guess what.
I'm looking at a fully assembled Mach Five.
That-that's great.
Right now, I have a situation.
Someone's trying to kill my witness, Makino.
Wait, wait, wait.
What are you talking about? I don't know what's happening, okay? The whole place is on lockdown right now.
Uh, we need we need to move this guy.
A guard has been killed or something.
I-I don't know.
I don't know.
I could use some backup.
HPD's 20 minutes out, so, please, if you could, uh, if you could get here, that would be great.
Okay, I'm on the way.
Don't listen to anything I said over the years about driving like a sane person.
Just get here as fast as you can, okay? (line beeps) Okay? (alarm continues blaring) (sighs) DANNY: Rachel, do me a favor.
Don't tell me how Grace needs more friends.
I know what she needs, okay? I-I didn't fly all the way to Hawaii, move my whole life here, so you could sabotage my relationship with my daughter.
B-Because you keep doing this.
You schedule a sleepover on my weekend.
And if I say no to her, I'm the bad guy.
Get to see her for two seconds, and then she takes off.
Okay, good.
You know what? Don't cancel it.
Don't cancel it, but next time, when it's your weekend, I'm gonna I'm gonna sign her up for space camp.
(phone beeps) Guys, everybody, this is still-- every time, it makes me laugh.
It gets funnier every time, huh? Good.
You know they're only messing with you 'cause they can tell it gets to you, right? Yeah, well, let 'em keep doing it, 'cause this stuff is not cheap.
Also, look, I don't know if anyone's mentioned this to you yet, but I'd give some serious thought to how you dress.
I mean, you can't do anything about your skin tone yet, but an aloha shirt and some shades might go a long way.
Think Magnum, P.
Everybody loved that haole.
(laughs) (Psycho theme ringtone plays) I'm gonna let you get that.
All right.
Hey, Rachel.
Check this out, it's crazy.
We didn't get disconnected, I hung up on you.
I hung up on you because I am at work.
I'm at work, the place where I make money.
Money so that I can buy things like water park tickets that are gonna go to waste 'cause you scheduled a sleepover on my weekend.
SERGEANT: Williams? Um, what? Got a call for you.
Hold on.
Who is it? Some guy you gave your card to at the crime scene this morning.
He wants to talk to you.
He's holding on four.
(alarm blaring) NURSE: Excuse me, sir.
- You're not supposed to be in here.
- Hey.
(sighs) I'm sorry.
Okay? Everything's fine.
This is good.
I, uh, I need help moving this guy.
I'm with Five-O.
Uh, I don't know what I'm doing.
I need you to You want me to move this patient? We're on lockdown right now.
That's-that's why we need to move him, so come on.
I'm sorry, but this patient has to remain where he is.
I'm not authorized to move anyone during a lockdown.
Well, then call somebody who is authorized, okay? I need to move this guy out of this room right now.
You understand? Of course.
Yes, sir, of course.
Will you just give me a minute? I need to first check on Mr.
Okay, okay.
All right.
(tray clanks) DANNY: Excuse me.
Makino, how, uh how'd you know what his name is? (both grunting) (groans) (Danny grunting) (nurse gasps) (coughs) (door opens) Hey, hey, hey.
Oh, what the hell's going on? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
You, stop.
Take it easy, she's a nurse! Okay.
So is she.
Show me your I.
right now.
My name is Jenny Kitson.
I'm a nurse.
I've worked here for six years.
Check it.
Looks good.
Let me see it.
Don't move.
Seriously? He's a little tense.
Yeah, no kidding.
Well, this nurse just came in here and tried to kill me while trying to kill him, okay? Give me a break.
I apologize, okay? Accept my apology? Not a problem.
(exhales) I've never seen that woman before in my life.
, but she's got a phone.
JENNY: Excuse me.
I'm gonna go check on my patient.
All right? Please try not to shoot me.
I apologize.
All right.
Hey, we got to get him out of here, all right? (exhales) DANNY: Aheahe Makino.
(knocking) (door creaks) TANAKA: It's a burner phone.
(alarm continues blaring) Just a few incoming numbers from today.
Let me see it.
Hold on.
(camera clicks) Jerry, it's Danny.
Okay, listen.
I just sent you a photograph and a bunch of phone numbers.
(phone chiming) I need you to run facial recognition on the photograph and trace the numbers.
And hit me back as-as soon as you can, okay? Let me know what you got.
All right.
All right, bye.
(phone chimes) She just got a text.
All right.
(phone ringing) Oh, great.
Now they want to talk to the dead lady.
All right.
Uh, Jenny? Can you come here for a second, please? Sure.
Okay, Jenny.
This is what you need to do.
Uh, I'm gonna answer this phone.
I want you to just say, “We're good, it's done.
” Can you do that? We're good, it's done.
You ready? Yeah.
Go ahead.
We're good, it's done.
I don't think they bought that.
We need to get Makino out of this building as soon as possible.
This man is on a ventilator.
I cannot move him, he might die.
DANNY: If we don't move him, the people outside, they're gonna come in here and they're gonna kill him.
Just like that, you're taking me off the case.
I'm putting you on something else.
I don't want something else.
Your investigation's stalled out.
Okay, but I have leads.
What leads? You get a vibe from some lookie-loo at a crime scene.
Y-You go to his hotel and find signs of a possible struggle? That's not enough.
It's not just signs of a possible struggle, okay? That's not all, okay? There was a pipe cutter.
CSU found a pipe cutter in his room that matched cut marks on copper piping at the crime scene.
I mean, I think that this guy was stealing copper and he saw what went down.
Okay, let's say you're right and, uh, Makino's an eyewitness.
What's your theory someone grabbed him? - Uh-huh.
- How the hell would they have known about him in the first place? I don't know.
I don't know.
Maybe there's a leak in the department.
What do I know? (scoffs) Watch yourself, Detective.
Let me ask you something.
If your intuition told you that this guy had knowledge, why didn't you keep better tabs on him to begin with? And another thing, how could you lose someone moments after he called you to talk? Explain that.
I can't explain that.
I was sitting right there.
I picked up the phone, he was gone.
You know? I-I don't know what to say.
I had to trace the call to find his motel room.
You let your only possible witness get snatched from underneath your nose, and you still think I should keep you on this case? I do.
I do.
I just need a little bit more time.
Okay, if you're right, and Makino saw the hit go down, and they abducted him to keep him quiet, he's at the bottom of the ocean right now.
I guarantee it.
Meka will continue to work this with Kauai.
It's n-not your concern anymore.
This is.
Oh, yeah.
Th-The boys were telling me about this.
Is this the, uh, the guy who swam too close to the turtle? Or is this the box of missing pineapples? It's a homicide.
It's been processed.
But I want you to go back there and see if anything got missed.
Carry the ball on this until Pule and Santos can take over.
You're giving me busy work? Victim is an ex-cop.
Show a little respect, Williams.
He's one of our own.
The victim's name is John McGarrett.
DANNY: I hear you, okay? Yes.
(alarm continues blaring) Th-The plan has changed, okay? The ninja lady brought a friend, and we got to get out of here.
We're gonna move this guy down to a-an ambulance and move him over to the Kahuku Station.
Got it.
I' mt you there.
All right.
Uh, Jenny.
he, is he gonna be okay like this? Yeah.
He can go a couple hours without his saline and his feeding tube.
The most important thing is the ventilator, but it's hooked up the battery now, which is charged enough to get us where we got to go.
What do you mean, “we”? She wants to come with.
That's-that's not happening.
Try telling her that.
That's not happening.
John is my patient whom I've kept alive every day for the last six years.
He's my responsibility.
I'm coming with him.
No, no.
Okay? It is safer if you do not come with us.
No, he is safer with me than with you two, unless you two went to nursing school in the time it took me to take out his G-tube.
What's a G-Tube? Exactly.
Let'! You helping or what? Let's go.
Come on.
We got to go.
JERRY: Her name's Lara Kendall.
She's an alleged contract killer.
Been the suspect of a couple hits on the mainland.
I also ran the numbers on her burner, and one of them matched to this guy.
Dario Mendez.
According to HPD, he's the current head of the Ochoa cartel.
There's an outfit we haven't heard from in a while.
Oh, you dealt with them before? They used to be pretty big in the coke trade.
We took out their leadership before you moved here.
JERRY: Well, it looks like they've been rebuilding under Mendez.
The homicide that Danny was investigating seven years ago was thought to be drug-related.
The cartel must have been behind that and the first attempt on Makino's life.
Whatever Makino saw, the cartel could stand to lose a lot if he ever testified.
Which means our little hit squad's not gonna give up so easily.
Let's go see Mendez.
Force him to call off the dogs.
All right.
Come on, come on, come on.
(alarm continues blaring) MEKA: Guy was way out of line.
I mean, Tanaka insinuating that you're responsible for losing Makino? That's crap, man.
Guy called with information, hung up before he said anything.
That's not on you.
There's nothing you could have done.
You get that, right? (elevator bell dings) (alarm continues blaring) All right, I'll meet you guys down, okay? (two gunshots) (body thuds) (elevator bell dings) All right, come on.
Come on, come on.
MAN: I got 'em.
West side of the building.
They're getting into an ambulance.
(engine starts) (tires screeching) (screams) How's Makino? He's stable.
Vitals are okay.
I'm getting a little carsick, though.
I apologize.
I'm just trying to get as far away as possible, all right? (automatic gunfire) Is that? (groans) Yeah.
Hold on.
Hang on to something, all right? (tires screeching) (screams) You guys all right? Yeah.
Hold on.
(tires screeching) Did we lose them? I don't know.
(ventilator beeping rapidly) Oh, that can't be good.
What is that? His oxygen! I've got to patch the hole in his breathing tube.
Go in this cabinet, please.
Give me the surgical tape.
(tires screeching) (siren wailing) (beeping continues) DANNY: Hurry up with that.
Hurry up.
I got it.
Listen to me.
I'm gonna make a right-hand turn.
When they follow, I want you to lean out the back and light 'em up, okay? Got it.
DANNY: Hang on! (screams) (groans) Just when you think it couldn't get any worse! All right, I got an idea.
(groans) They won't get far on those tires.
Let's go.
Are your folks home? Hi.
Uh, I'm a I'm a police officer.
Um, are your mom and dad home? They're still at work.
At work.
You got any friends that live in the neighborhood? Good.
I want you to go to their house.
Don't come back.
Do not come back.
Run fast, okay? Go on.
Like she's not gonna be having nightmares for the rest of her life.
Yeah, well, she got a good story to tell now.
Let's go.
DANNY: I stashed the ambulance behind the house.
How's he doing? His ventilator's almost out of juice, so we had to plug it into an outlet.
Good job.
What? I plugged a thing into a thing.
(chuckles) I don't mean that specifically.
In general, good job.
You didn't have to, um Um, yeah, I did.
Thank you.
Hey, buddy, listen.
Uh, I'm almost at the precinct.
You there yet? No, not exactly.
We got a little sidetracked.
We made it about four miles, and now I'm hunkered down in some house.
What happened to going to the station? Uh, car trouble.
Fine, whatever.
What's the address? I don't know the address.
It says “five” on the mailbox.
You don't know where you are? It's a house, Steve.
It's a house.
I didn't see a street sign.
There's trees all over the place.
There's a driveway, nice grass out front.
It's a house.
Just relax, all right? We're tracking your phone.
You there? Can you get a fix on the location? Negative.
The signal's not strong enough.
Well, okay.
Well, can you triangulate it? He's not close to any cell towers.
The best I can give you is a half-mile radius.
You'll be in the area about ten minutes.
DANNY: Ten minutes? I could be dead in ten minutes.
STEVE: Just hang tight, buddy.
Okay? Chin, Kono and Grover have got a lead on who's behind this, and they're moving in now, okay? Dario Mendez! Five-O! If you would've knocked, I would've come to the door.
All right, wise-ass.
We're gonna keep this simple.
We know you put a hit on Aheahe Makino this morning.
Now you're gonna call it off.
Unlikely, since I have no idea who that is.
CHIN: You know exactly who that is.
And you also know he witnessed an Ochoa cartel execution back in 2010.
You think we would wait seven years to do something about that? KONO: Cut the crap.
We both know you thought you handled it then.
We also know why you're so desperate to make sure it gets handled now.
Who do you think you're talking to? We know that you were the cartel's triggerman back then.
So you were the one responsible for the hit.
So you could be the one that Makino I.
s when he wakes up.
And you have proof of this? KONO: You sent a contract killer and a small army after a man in a coma.
You wouldn't have gone to those lengths if you didn't have something personal to lose.
GROVER: So, call it off, Mendez.
Call it off now.
The only call I'm making right now is to my lawyer.
That's not gonna happen.
Because now we got a friend caught up in this.
Daddy? Mijo.
(speaking Spanish) What are you looking for? Saw a hunting trophy in the other room.
I'm looking for a gun.
We got a gun.
Yeah, I know we got guns.
The people that are looking for us have fully automatic weapons.
You understand? You blame me for all this, don't you? Excuse me? Blame you for what? We wouldn't be here right now if I hadn't reassigned you.
But, Danny, I had to.
And it wasn't about you.
(sighs) I thought after seven years, you would have gotten over it.
I am over it.
I'm completely over it.
Okay? Hey.
Will you listen to me? I am trying to apologize.
Look at this.
You know what? I didn't ask for apology, okay? We're fine.
However I felt about you, losing Makino was not your fault.
I don't want to talk about this right now! Put these bullets in that gun.
I pulled you off the case.
It was my bad.
No, it wasn't your bad.
It was not your bad.
It was my bad.
Okay? Let's go.
Look, a witness called.
He hung up.
End of story.
No, that's not the end of story.
You don't get it.
What don't I get? He didn't hang up on me, okay? What? He did not hang up on me.
MAN: Williams.
Got a call for you.
Hold on.
Who is it? Some guy you gave your card to at the crime scene this morning.
He wants to talk to you.
He's holding on four.
Okay, Rachel, listen.
I cannot wait.
I look forward, so look forward to fighting with you about this later, but right now, I got to go.
I got to go.
I got I got I got I got to go! What? Excuse me? Your valuable What about my valuable time? What about my valuable time that I should not have to waste sitting here arguing with you about the legal right to see my daughter? Ra Hey, Makino? (dial tone humming) Makino? He called.
He was ready to talk.
I didn't get to the phone in time.
He must have had second thoughts and hung up the phone.
By the time I got there, he was gone.
The one time in my life I didn't hang up on my ex-wife.
I could have prevented this.
My fault.
Come on.
You don't know that.
No? Maybe the guy didn't get second thoughts.
Maybe that's when they grabbed him.
You don't know, and you can't blame yourself for that, Danny.
Come on.
You're a good cop.
I'm a good cop? Now I'm a good cop? You didn't want me around in the first place.
I'm a good cop.
You're right.
I didn't.
I did not want to hire you, but that's not because of you.
I mean, there were a lot of cops who'd been on the force a long time in line to make detective.
Then all of a sudden, I'm getting pressure to hire a cop from (scoffs) the mainland who doesn't like Hawaii, doesn't get along with anyone.
I put in 29 years.
I know every cop in Hawaii, all right? Why do you think I came here today? Because of your (phone ringing) connection to the case? No.
Because you are a good cop.
Uh, Th-the nurse's phone.
You know, the fake one.
Hello? We found your ambulance and we've got you surrounded.
No one else has to get hurt.
We just want Makino.
And if you don't bring him out, we're gonna have to come in and get him.
All right.
Well, good luck with that.
Come on.
What's the plan? All right.
I think there's only three of them.
We're gonna stay inside.
They want to come in, we'll pick them off when they do.
You get over there with him.
Head down, okay? Don't pick it up for nothing.
Hopefully my partner gets here soon, okay? You all right? Yeah.
(monitor beeping rapidly) They cut the power.
JENNY: The battery's dead.
He's got three minutes before he suffocates.
Okay, so they want to wait and see if he just dies.
(engine revving) Saw a generator out there when I was stashing the ambulance.
I'm going for it.
There's three of them out there.
I don't want to go out there, either, but I don't think I have a choice.
Without power, Makino will die.
- Williams? - Huh? I got your back.
I wish that made me feel better.
(gunshot) Here's your generator! (monitor flatlining) He's got no pulse.
I'm starting CPR.
Come on! Come on! Thanks.
I got a pulse.
He's back.
(monitor beeping) (phone ringing) Tell me you're close.
STEVE: Yeah, I am close, buddy, but I'm gonna need help finding this place.
(automatic gunfire) Danny! Danny! Danny, you there? Get down! Follow the gunshots.
Copy that.
(man grunts) I'm out! (gunfire continues) You guys, stay down! (truck horn blaring) (sighs) (panting) (coughing) Danny? Uh-huh.
You must be Steve.
(sighs) I am.
Everybody all right? No, but we're alive.
(chuckles) Thank you for the timely intervention.
It was getting pretty bleak there.
DANNY: Don't, uh Don't-don't thank him.
Just 'cause this could have been an accident.
You're welcome.
Thank you so much.
Thank you.
Nice to meet you.
They say every man needs protection They say every man must fall Yet I swear I see my reflection All right, great.
I'll talk to you soon.
Hey, so, I just spoke to, uh, Steve.
Dario Mendez-- they got him on conspiracy.
He's locked up now, so He can still give orders from behind bars.
That's why we're moving Makino tomorrow to the secure ward at King's.
It's funny.
The head of the Ochoa cartel was so paranoid to think someone who's been asleep for seven years is gonna bring him down.
(sighs) But in a way, he did.
Yes, yes, I guess he did.
Well, it's been quite a day.
I'm not used to this much action, so I am heading home.
Hey, you did good today, Captain, all right? Not bad for a retired cop? Oh, you know what? I was, I was, uh I was gonna ask you.
How's, uh how's that going? What, retirement? Yeah.
It's great.
Why? You thinking about hanging it up? I don't know.
Maybe, you know? Well, I will tell you, it will be Hawaii's loss, but, uh, you know, I mean, you've certainly earned it.
But can I give you some advice? Oh, no, please.
Have an exit plan.
Um, find something you love, do that.
And there's one other thing-- and you're gonna laugh-- but whatever you do, do not open a restaurant.
I gave it a shot, it went sideways so fast.
One bad Yelp review, and you can say aloha to your pension.
(sucks teeth) You're a smart guy, and you will make good choices.
See you later, Williams.
Good to see you.
(imitating engine revving) Hey, what are you looking at me for? Look at the road! Put your eyes on the road.
Okay, here we go.
(imitates engine revving) Shift up.
Shift up.
Shift up.
(imitates engine revving) One more time.
(imitates engine revving) Quick, quick, shift up! Good job.
Watch that Corvette.
Okay, shift up, shift up, shift up.
(imitates engine revving) Oh, here we go.
Shift up again.
And we're in the straightaway.
Here we go.
Oh, Charlie! Oh, and the checkered flag gets waved for young Williams again! Oh, the crowd goes wild.
(imitates crowd cheering) One more race, please? One more race? Charlie, you just won five races in a row.
We got to give these guys a break.
They're not gonna win anything with you around.
(imitates Charlie): “Okay”.
I'm glad you like your bed, though, buddy.
I love it! That's fantastic news.
Let's get into it.
All right.
You cozy? Cozy.
You, uh you want to know a secret? Your daddy built this bed all by himself just for you.
Danno's the greatest.
He really is the greatest, isn't he? Fist bump for Danno.
(imitates explosion) You go to sleep now, okay? Night, night.
I love you.
Good night, Uncle Steve.
Good night, buddy.
Hey, race you in the morning? Boom.
(ventilator pumping, heart monitor beeping steadily) Hey, Detective Williams.
This, uh this a bad time? They told me I could come say hello now.
Oh, no.
Go ahead.
I'm I'm finished.
And he never complains about visitors.
All right.
So you're good.
Hit the call button if you want a Jell-O or something.
Okay, thanks.
Hey, you, uh you, uh, risked your life today for, uh, someone you didn't know.
That's very impressive.
Hey, that's what we do, right? I guess.
Thank you.
Take your time.
See you.
Very nice room.
Sorry that you, uh you got to move tomorrow.
You know, uh, you, um you risked your life to call me seven years ago, and I, um I'm, uh I'm sorry I wasn't there for you.
I'm sorry I didn't pick up the phone.
All right? I did have a lot going on in my life at the time.
That had something to do with it.
You know, I-I I didn't have, like, the backup that I have now.
You know? See, after-after you disappeared, I, um I, uh, joined a task force.
Well, I didn't-- I was, uh, I was drafted into service.
Um good, good, good group of guys.
A guy named Chin Ho.
He was with HPD, and then he came over.
Uh, loyal, loyal.
One of the most loyal people I ever met in my life.
A guy named Lou Grover.
He was with SWAT, and then he came and joined us, also.
He, um Oddly enough, his-his son is dating my daughter, who is the reason that I moved out here in the first place, which is strange.
Jerry Ortega, who's a a-a very special guy.
Kono Kalakaua, who, um Oh, man, she was a she was a fox.
I had a very big crush on her, uh, when I first met her, but, uh And then there's the guy who's, uh, in charge, um who's a bit of a putz.
Big, gigantic pain in my ass, you know.
I used to hate him.
I still hate him every once in a while.
Give me the phone.
I can get him to help you.
He'll listen to me.
I love you, son.
Whatever these people want, don't give it to 'em.
Don't you give it to 'em! (gunshot) (clattering) DANNY: Anyway, the-the point is that, um, these are the people that, uh that helped save your life today.
Uh, I guess Tanaka and Jenny helped, also.
But, uh, uh, these people are my family.
I'm-I'm saying that it'd be nice (sighs) if, uh if you woke up, 'cause you get to meet 'em, right? But yeah.
'Cause, come to think of it, if it wasn't for you, I never would've met them.
And this, uh this, uh, island never would have felt like, uh-- ugh-- home.
(laughs) Oh, yeah.
Anyway, thank you.
Thank you.
(door opens) You! Hands up! Don't move! Hey.
Who are you? Who are you?! I am Detective Danny Williams! Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett! This is my father's house! Put your weapon down right now! No, you put your weapon down - I'm Honolulu P.
- and show me your I.
! Put your weap You show me your I.
right now! I'm not putting my gun down.
Neither am I.

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