Hawaii Five-0 s08e13 Episode Script

O Ka Mea Ua Hala Ua Hala Ia (What Is Gone Is Gone)

1 TANI: Come on.
You gotta be kidding me.
STEVE: I'm serious, man.
He got locked out of his room with nothing but a towel and his abs.
(laughing): Oh, my God.
You don't believe me, ask-ask, uh ask Duke.
I'm sorry, Duke was there? Yeah.
Yeah, Duke was there.
And his wife.
Come on.
You know, his wife bought him a gym membership right after that.
Duke's been mad at Chin ever since.
Oh, my God.
When am I gonna meet this guy? You'll meet him.
Chin Ho! I'm telling you.
You'll meet him.
No matter how far away we go, this island always draws us back home.
You think Danny's gonna feel like that when Grace goes off to college and he can go back to Jersey? Don't let that old curmudgeon fool you.
This is his home.
He's never gonna leave here.
Oh, he's not gonna leave here because he doesn't want to leave here or because you're not gonna let him? Both.
Brothers from another mother.
It's true.
Look, I love the guy, but I gotta say, I sometimes I regret not shooting him when we first met.
You know what? That's funny you say that, because I'm positive that he'd say the same thing about you.
Yeah, he probably would.
But you know what? He would never hit me.
Because in that hypothetical situation, I'm Han Solo, and he's Greedo, okay? (laughing): You you're both, like, really competitive, though, aren't you? Danny is super competitive.
He competes with me constantly.
I'm actually not that competitive.
Really? Okay.
Well, I mean, I like to win.
You don't like to win? Of course I like to win.
Everybody likes to win, right? But I've developed this-this reputation, uh, for being hyper-competitive, and it-it I don't know, it's just it's not accurate.
Yeah, I totally get that.
What are we doing? We picking up the pace here? I'm sorry.
Am I? I didn't notice.
Should I slow down? No, no, very You want me to? I'll slow down.
Should I slow down? No, no, this is actually very comfortable for me.
Yeah? Yeah.
It's only like four knots.
Actually, probably would've said more like four and a half, but, you know Yeah, I mean you can handle it, right? No big deal.
Yeah, let's go.
You okay over there? Yeah.
GROVER: Boy, it ain't that complicated.
You don't have to give any advice.
You don't have to fix any problems.
You don't even have to lift a finger, which, under normal circumstances, is right up your alley.
I was just trying to help.
Son the key to a happy relationship is a fixed gaze and open ears.
Let me explain it.
If Grace didn't want my advice, then why did she come to me, then? You see, this is what I'm talking about.
Are you hearing anything I'm saying? (cell phone buzzing) Ooh.
You really are in the doghouse.
Even that text sounds angry.
It's not Grace.
It's one of those emergency alerts.
A silver Chrysler sedan, license plate 5CJO You know what? Never mind that.
This is my day off.
That's HPD business.
Our business is right here in this car.
I am unlocking the secrets for you, my son, the heir to the Grover empire.
I'm unlocking the secrets of what makes a happy woman.
Now, what is your job? Listening.
That's right.
But, Dad, I had the answers.
I had the answer.
That's-that's that's what's so messed up about this.
No, no, that's not what's so messed up.
It's you-- you are what's so messed up.
Grace does not want your advice.
She doesn't want your help in fixing the problem.
What she wants is just to be heard.
All she wants to be able to do is say to herself, "My man has my back.
" So, the next time your little phone rings and it's Grace wanting to talk about one of her problems, issues or whatever, here's my advice to you: Go find yourself a comfortable chair and sit down, because your little tiny heinie is going nowhere until she's done.
- But if-if someone has a problem -Ah Uh-uh.
Boy, what is wrong with you? is-isn't it just You know, God gave you two ears, but he only gave you one mouth.
You ever wonder why? Dad, I-I think that's the car HPD's looking for.
Let me see.
(sighs) All right, listen to me.
Get on the phone.
Call your Uncle Steve.
And stay in the car.
What did I just say? Stay in the car.
No matter what.
Understand? Will! Yes, sir.
Stay in the car.
Get out of the car with your hands above your head.
Driver! Get out of the car! MAN: I can't.
Are you hurt? Not yet.
Driver? Okay, now.
Okay, now, settle down.
Settle down.
You don't want to do that.
Just put the gun down.
I can't.
[Hawaii Five-O theme song plays.]
Hawaii Five-O 8x13 O Ka Mea Ua Hala Ua Hala Ia font color="#FF550 That was great.
I think we'll just, uh, call that a draw, right? I guess if you call coming in four yards behind me a draw, then sure.
All right.
I lost.
You won.
Don't worry.
I'm not gonna tell Danny.
Thank you.
(cell phone ringing) Hey, Will, you okay? Wait a minute.
Where are you? All right, you stay right there.
We'll be right there, okay? Stay right there.
We gotta go.
(sirens blaring) Thought Grover had the day off.
Yeah, I guess the universe had other plans.
Where's Will? Had one of my guys take him home.
He's safe.
What do we got? Guy's name is Brad Woodward.
He's a murder suspect in the death of his wife.
LUKELA: Detective division's been working the case for a few days.
Had enough evidence to charge him this morning.
We worked out the negotiations with his attorney for his surrender, but when he didn't turn himself in, we put out the alert.
Hold on.
Is this the scumbag that threw his wife off the balcony? Yeah.
What are you talking about? Couple weeks ago, HPD goes over to this guy's place.
His wife has fallen 15 stories.
And the best part-- it wasn't the first time that HPD was called over.
Multiple domestic disturbances.
Neighbors heard arguments all the time.
We ever make an arrest? Our hands were tied.
The officers never saw any signs of physical abuse, and she would never press charges.
What's Brad saying about his wife's death? Accident? JUNIOR: Uh He says she jumped.
This is all wrong.
We had our problems, but I didn't kill my wife.
Back! Get back! Okay.
All right.
Take it easy, man.
Buddy, I-I-I'm just having a difficult time hearing you through the glass.
Listen, man, I'm not trying to trick you, okay? I want to help you, but to help you, I gotta be able to hear you, man.
Thank you.
I didn't hurt my wife.
I didn't kill her.
Everybody needs to hear your side of this, buddy.
Not just me.
I swear to God, I didn't do it.
I want to believe you, I want to believe you, but if you didn't do it, why don't you put that gun down? Then you and I can talk about what we need to do to prove that you're innocent, okay? What's your name, buddy? Tell me your name.
Okay, Brad.
Brad, my name's Lou.
I'm here to listen to you.
You got everybody blaming you for something you didn't do, and what makes it worse-- you lost somebody who was important to you, and I know how much that hurts, but this thing you're doing here with this gun that's not the answer, Brad.
All these guys out here, none of these people are gonna listen to you.
None of them are gonna listen to you as long as you got that gun in your hand.
They didn't listen to me before.
Okay, but this is different now because it's me.
This is me.
This is Lou.
I'm here.
And if you trust me, Brad, if you just trust me, I promise you that the truth is going to come out.
(cell phone ringing) Relax, relax.
Take it easy.
Take it easy, Brad.
That's just my phone.
The police-- that's who this is.
I'm gonna just talk to them and see what's going on.
Don't worry.
I'm not gonna let anything happen to you.
Hello? Hey, Lou, it's me.
You all right? Well, I'll be a lot better when this guy puts his gun down.
All right.
What's he saying? Not much.
Just keeps going on and on about how he didn't kill his wife.
You believe him? Hell, I don't know, man.
Maybe he did, maybe he didn't, but I promised him that we would look into this.
And if looking into the evidence of this guy's case makes him put that gun down, I think it's worth it.
Then we will.
Hang tight.
All right.
All right.
Okay, guys, listen to me.
I need you to go and get everything HPD has on this case.
We need to see if there's any truth to what Brad's saying.
Okay, on it.
Let's go.
Okay, thank you.
Whoa, whoa.
What, uh what are we doing? We're doing everything we can to get this guy to stand down.
That's a very dangerous precedent we're setting by dealing with this guy like this.
MAN: Commander McGarrett.
Yes, sir.
I'm Detective Keegan with the HPD Crisis Negotiation Unit.
All right, what can I do for you, Detective? I'm gonna work with my team on getting your man out so we can take over and hopefully get Mr.
Woodward to stand down.
Appreciate that, but that won't be necessary.
Captain Grover has the situation under control.
Besides, I think any kind of transition right now could be detrimental.
I know it's your instinct to take the lead on this, Commander.
This is what I do.
I've been doing it a long time.
Captain Grover's been doing it a long time, too.
Okay, he ran SWAT here, ran SWAT in Chicago.
He's been trained to handle situations just like this.
Also, he was the first responder.
He was the first person on the scene, and he's establishing a relationship.
We're not gonna pull him off that.
- Establishing a relationship? - That's right.
How long has the man been holding a gun to his head while your guy's been establishing a relationship? Captain Grover has got this guy talking.
You and I both know that's the most important thing.
He's also just promised him we'll look into his case.
Now, for all we know, that could be the only thing stopping this guy pulling the trigger.
KEEGAN: All right.
You want the job, fine.
If that man kills himself, you're denying justice for his wife and her family.
(people gasp, scream) How does this happen? GROVER: I want you to think about all the people that care about you, all the people that love you.
Because those are the people you're gonna hurt if you do this thing.
You got family, people that love you.
You don't want to leave them like this.
They gotta live with that.
Maybe there's someone else who who loves you.
Maybe maybe somebody you've been seeing.
There was nobody else.
I loved my wife.
Okay, I'm glad.
I'm glad to hear that, man.
Why don't you tell me about her.
Tell me about your wife.
What's her name? Tell me her name.
Her name is Tracy.
Okay, let's talk about Tracy.
All right, here it is-- everything we got on Brad and Tracy so far.
Definitely looked like there was a struggle the night that she died.
So we have Noelani going over the physical evidence to make sure that there was no other DNA found on the Vic.
We also went through Brad's phone records, e-mails, texts.
Nothing to indicate there was an affair.
What about bank records? Yeah, we checked 'em.
Their finances were solid.
Like, no life insurance taken out on Tracy.
What were they fighting about? HPD know? JUNIOR: No, but in the statement, he said that he left straight after the argument and he wasn't even there when she died, so but no one can corroborate that.
TANI: So here's the interesting thing: Tracy sent Brad multiple text messages that Brad deleted before HPD got a hold of the phone.
Also, Tracy placed a number of calls to Brad that went unreturned.
Well, clearly something had Tracy upset.
Yeah, and Brad didn't want anyone to know about it.
So, if you didn't do it, something had to make her jump, right? (siren whooping) Don't worry about them.
Don't worry about them.
It's just you and me.
It's just Brad, Brad, look at me, look at me.
They'll do whatever I tell 'em.
You want me to tell 'em to stay back? - Huh? Is that what you want? - Back.
Okay, I'll take care of it.
I'll take care of it.
All of 'em.
I got you.
Hold on a second.
Everybody, get back! Brad wants everybody back! Everybody back! Okay.
See that? They're all back.
Let's forget all about them.
It's just you and me.
Just you and me, okay? So (sighs) Let's talk about Tracy.
How long were you guys married? Ten years.
Yeah, I've been married almost 25.
I'm telling you, you have your ups and downs in marriage.
Marriage is I don't want to talk about this.
I just want this to be over.
I know that suicide is not a rehearsal and death is final.
You pull that trigger and there's no rewind, man.
You will have thrown away your whole life in one split-second mistake.
You understand? You just lose everything.
Everything goes black.
I don't have anything anymore! Don't say that.
That's not true.
That's not true.
That's not true.
I know you're scared, Brad.
And you know what? I'm done asking you to put away your gun.
Okay? Don't I'm gonna put my gun away.
I don't like where this is going.
I got nothing now.
Okay? I just want us to talk.
I put my gun away, and we can just talk.
Can't we just talk, man? Why don't you let me get in the car with you? That's the biggest mistake he can make.
Isolating yourself with a subject who's armed? He's practically signing his own death warrant.
Captain Grover knows what he's doing.
If he thinks this is the only way, we follow his lead.
Who were you trying to convince just now? Look, when Lou was running SWAT in Chicago, he had a situation that was similar to this one.
He was called to a house that he'd responded to before.
But this time with a suicidal gunman holding his two-year-old son inside.
I know I know for a fact that Lou wishes he handled it differently.
He feels like he made a mistake that night.
What happened? The guy killed himself while he was still on the phone with Grover.
And what happened to the son? Brad I've been a cop a long time.
I've known a lot of guilty men.
And I know what a guilty man looks like, and that ain't you.
You're just telling me what you think I want to hear.
You don't believe me.
You just want me to put the gun down.
You want me to keep it real with you? Okay, I'll tell you the truth.
When I first came over here to talk to you, that's exactly what I wanted.
I didn't give a damn about you.
I just wanted you to get out of the car, get out here and get on your knees.
And look at us now.
I got nothing in my hand.
My gun is on my belt because I've been doing this long enough to know when I'm talking to an innocent man.
Brad, please.
Let me come in there with you, buddy.
Okay? If you take your life, you take the truth with you, and-and I don't want that to happen to you.
And Tracy and your family and your friends and your loved ones.
They don't deserve that.
Everybody deserves to know what really happened.
Don't take that with you.
Can I come in there with you? I'm gonna take your silence as a yes.
TANI: Guys, that was Noelani.
She confirmed that Tracy had defensive bruising on her wrists, her right shoulder, and DNA under her fingernails.
So she most likely fought off her attacker.
DNA was Brad's? Mm-hmm.
He was the only hit.
They got enough evidence to lock this guy up for the rest of his life.
(line ringing) What is he doing? Lou, answer your phone.
Answer your phone.
He's not answering his phone.
You're gonna get through this, and I'm gonna help you, okay? And I just want to talk.
(door opens) I'm coming in now, okay? Okay.
Lou The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the still waters.
He restoreth my soul; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name's sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff BRAD: My wife's family, my friends, everyone we knew, they all looked at me like I put her in that box.
Press was there, too.
And the cops.
They were all watching every move I made.
Everybody came to see the murderer.
I knew nobody wanted me there.
But I had to go.
That was my wife.
I deserved the chance to say good-bye.
You had every right to be there.
Brad you know, when people are in mourning, they-they're looking for answers.
It's part of the grieving process, and you know? But Tracy's family, you know, it-it's just easier to point the finger at somebody, point the finger at you, than to just walk away with no answers.
Why not look at me like the guy that tried to save her? Why not look at me like the guy that that kept her safe? What do you mean, "kept her safe"? Safe from what? From herself.
Tracy had severe depression.
Nobody else knew.
Outside her family, you mean.
Nobody knew.
Nobody knew.
Just me.
What? I guess I thought it was gonna go away or something.
(over headphones): I guess I was embarrassed to talk about it.
I don't know.
She needed help, and I didn't give it to her.
Is your man getting anywhere? Uh, they're talking at the moment.
Talking is good, but Captain Grover gave up all his power the moment he stepped into that car.
The subject has leverage and authority over us that he previously didn't have.
Let's just hope Brad doesn't get tired of talking and turns the gun on your man.
Yeah, well, I got snipers in position if that happens.
Thank you for your concern.
So, building manager thinks he may have seen Brad exit from this door the night that Tracy died, but he couldn't give me a time.
All right, well, that means that Brad's claim that he left is still unsubstantiated.
Meanwhile, none of the neighbors that I spoke to knew what they were fighting about.
Yeah, I know.
The ones I spoke to, it was the same thing.
Like, neighbors minding their own business? I mean, that's gotta be a first, right? What? What are you looking at? I might have found a witness that saw Brad leave.
Well, let's hope this camera caught something.
(quiet, indistinct conversation) Sir? Sir.
Gun! Gun! (grunting) Stop! I'll break your shoulder.
You understand? You're trying to save him? After what that bastard did to my daughter.
He should die for what he did.
If he's not gonna pull the trigger himself Then what? What? You? You will? Huh? Where'd you get that gun? It's mine.
I have a concealed-weapons permit.
Not anymore.
It's Tracy's father.
I'm gonna let you go.
You gonna behave yourself? (sobbing) Are you gonna behave yourself? Yes.
Easy, easy, easy.
Turn around.
Turn around.
What's your name? John.
John? Look at me, John.
I'm Steve, all right, John? You gotta let me do my job.
DANNY: John, listen to me.
I-I have a daughter, okay? I cannot imagine what you've been through.
All right, but if you want this guy to get what he deserves, you need to let us get him into custody.
STEVE: John, you gotta trust us, all right? This is what we do.
You need to go home and be with your family.
No, my family needs me here right now.
My daughter needs me here.
I'm not leaving.
All right, Duke, he can stay under your supervision, all right? Go with Duke.
Come on, John.
Go on.
Go on.
I don't know why I left that night.
Guess I just needed to get out of there.
You don't understand, the mood swings, man-- they happened every single day.
Sometimes I thought I would go crazy if I didn't get out of there.
But, Brad, why didn't you try to get her professional help? I tried.
Just got tired of asking.
I should have insisted.
That's where I failed.
Stay with me, now, Brad.
Brad, stay with me.
(takes a deep breath) You and me are walking out of here.
There's more life ahead for you.
You'll have your day in court.
You'll be able to tell your story, your side of things, and be heard.
It's too late.
Don't say that.
It's too late, man.
Looks like he's losing him.
Yeah? Both snipers say they have a clean shot.
We can end this on your command.
Snipers, go weapons hot.
(cell phone rings) It's Lou.
Yeah, Lou, you okay in there? Yeah, we're good.
We're good.
There's, uh one problem-- we're hungry.
Why don't you get us a couple of pizzas.
You say pizzas? Yeah, man.
We're thinking JJ's.
How about a-a pepperoni and sausage and one pineapple and cheese.
I'll take care of that, but listen, I think it's time to pull you out of there, pal.
Is that right? Yeah, Noelani found defensive bruising on the victim.
DNA matches Brad's.
If you're not getting anywhere, I gotta make a call.
Yeah, well that sounds tempting, but I don't think we need any calamari.
The pizzas will be enough.
Hey, hey, don't forget the pineapple, okay? I'll do that.
All right.
Sniper teams, stand by.
All teams, stand by.
Why you doing this for me? The truth is, Brad, I've been where you are.
So I know that when you're feeling like this, the most important thing in the world is to have somebody in your corner.
(cell phone chiming) Hey.
GROVER: When someone's hurting Give me another one.
When you're suffering it also affects the people that love you.
They suffer, too.
Lou? Lou, open the door.
Lou, let Open this door.
Why is it locked, baby? Lou, baby, come on.
Let's talk.
We never talk anymore.
Can't open my safe.
No, baby, I didn't do anything to the safe.
Come on, honey.
Open this door.
You changed my safe, Renee! - I didn't change anything.
- Yes, you did! Baby, I don't know what you're talking about.
Open the door, honey.
Yes, you did! Please.
Baby, you're scaring me.
Please I want to get in my safe! Baby, open the door, open the door.
Baby, we got kids upstairs.
(groaning) All they want to do is see their dad in the morning, baby.
(sobbing) Baby, why are you crying? You know, Brad, I believe you when you said you really tried to help your wife.
I believe you.
Brad (grunts softly) What really happened that night? BRAD (over headphones): I messed up.
That's what happened.
GROVER: Why don't you walk me through it? Just start at the beginning.
And tell me everything that happened that day.
Food's here, Steve.
Okay, I'll walk it over.
You sure? Yeah.
Don't tell me that's for him.
You're kidding me.
You're gonna feed him? He's not the victim here.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, John, just take it easy.
- He doesn't deserve your kindness.
- John, I know how this must feel.
Okay? Oh, do you? Really? He kills Tracy, and then he gives everyone some bull about how she jumped? That was my daughter.
If there was something wrong, don't you think I would have known? So I get out of my meeting, and I check my phone, and she left me four messages.
I didn't have to listen to them to know what was going on.
She had done this before.
So I race home, and there's Tracy.
She's she's hysterical and screaming.
She found a bottle of my sleeping pills that I hid in my luggage for long flights.
Said it wouldn't hurt at all if she just took them all.
No, no, let me go! Hey, hey.
Please let me Please! Hey, hey.
Hey, hey.
You're not doing this.
Get off! She's scratching me, and she's screaming to let her go.
(cell phone ringing) It's the kids.
Yeah, what do you got, TANI? TANI: Brad didn't do it.
He was out of the building before she fell.
There's no way that he could have pushed her.
You sure about that? Yeah, we pulled footage from an ATM camera across the street.
It shows Brad leaving, getting into a car, and the time stamp proves that he was out of the building before she died.
Brad's telling the truth.
She jumped.
All right, copy that.
Thank you.
All right, I'm going over.
Just be careful.
I will.
SWAT teams.
SWAT, moving in.
She just keeps hitting me, and Tell him to stop.
Brad, Brad, that's just I don't want him coming closer.
That's just the pizza.
Tell him to get back! That's just the pizza.
Tell him to get back, Lou.
All right, I-I got it.
Okay, I got you.
Tell him to get back! I got you.
All right.
I'm dialing him now.
I got you.
Hold on.
John! (groans) LUKELA: John, stop it! John! (groans) (groaning) Lou! GROVER: Brad? Lou! Stop! Okay.
I'm fine.
I'm not hit.
Stop! Get back! We need the paramedics, Steve.
He's hit.
We need to get some paramedics.
EMS right here, right now.
Come on.
Let me see, Brad.
Let me see.
No! No! Brad, you're hurt.
Brad, we know you didn't do it.
We know you didn't hurt Tracy.
You don't know anything.
Yeah, we do.
We got proof.
Lou, he's telling the truth.
We got proof.
Listen, didn't I tell you we were gonna get out of here? You hear that? Everybody here knows you're innocent, Brad.
I'm not! You don't understand.
It's my fault.
I couldn't take it anymore.
The constant threats.
Worrying about what she'd do to herself.
Not knowing how to help her.
(panting) I tried.
I tried so hard.
But nothing I did mattered.
I was done.
You know? I was done fighting for her.
I was done fighting for us.
I told her, "Go ahead and do it.
Go ahead.
" I didn't have the strength to stop her, you know? (grunts) Brad, no! I killed her.
No! No, Brad.
Brad, wait.
I killed her.
Brad, wait! Wait, wait.
Please, Brad.
Get out, Brad! Please just get out! Get out! Damn it, if you really want to do this, I can't do a damn thing about it, but before you do anything else, please, for God's sake, Brad, just listen to me.
Just listen to me, okay? I got one more thing to say, okay? Just listen.
RENEE: All right.
The kids are off to school, and I'm gonna do a grocery run.
You want anything? No, sweetheart.
You don't have to get me anything.
Really? Mmm, all right.
Well, then I guess it's all green vegetables.
(Renee chuckling) Nene.
Baby, you haven't called me that in years.
What's going on, sweetheart? Nene, I love you.
I love you, too, baby.
You be careful, now.
(sighs) You're so silly.
All right.
I'll see you later.
(door opens) (door closes) (clattering) (rustling nearby) I thought you were supposed to be at school.
Brad, these days, I like to tell myself that if my son wouldn't have cut school that day, that I wouldn't have gone through with it, but listening to you today I remember how that hurt felt.
That hurt and that pain, and I just wanted it to end, and I thought that there was no other way to make it stop.
And then I could find peace.
Just like you.
Your guilt can consume you, man.
I know that you've been reliving this thing over and over, and you see Tracy everywhere you look.
I know that because, when this happened to me, I couldn't look at my son Will and not see Christian, that little boy who never had a chance at life because I failed him.
And I didn't save him.
And you think that it's not fair, it's not fair that you get to keep living.
(sobbing) But you do.
But because my boy came home that day, I made it through that day.
And you know what happened after that? I made it through the next one and the one after that and the one after that until eventually I found help.
And with that help, eventually I found peace.
It just It just doesn't go away, man, but you can learn to live with it.
And, Brad, you're never gonna know what it's like to be able to finally be able to live with it unless you put that gun down, man.
If you put that gun down I will help you.
Because I know what it's like, and if you just put that gun down, I promise you I will stay in touch with you, I will stay in touch with you, and I will help you, but please just just give me the gun.
There you go.
Get EMS here right now.
Come on.
Bring 'em in right now.
Right now, let's go! STEVE: Come on! Thank you, Brad.
(knock, door opens) Dad, you you okay? Yeah, I'm cool.
I'm just tired.
(sighs) A long day.
Look, um I just wanted to stop by and say thank you.
I know that was pretty scary-- what you saw this morning.
I always do everything in my power to keep you and your sister away from stuff like that, but sometimes trouble just finds you, so Thank you.
You did you did really good today.
You helped me out a lot.
Dad it was all you.
I mean, I I really didn't do anything.
Well you did.
It was more than you know.
(quiet, indistinct chatter) GROVER: Christian.
His name was Christian.
(voice fades) Leave your heart outside Leave it all and let it go It might come back sometime You know, you never know Before you say good-bye You better know where you're going to go WOMAN: Lou.
Oh, hey.
I hear this is your last session with us.
(sighs) Yeah, um I'm sorry.
I should have told you myself.
Um You guys have really helped me a lot, um, but I kind of feel like I'm not gonna be able to move on as long as I'm here.
Too many bad memories here in Chicago.
So, where are you going to go? (chuckles) I don't know.
But you know what? Wherever that is, I'm gonna make damn sure that it's a hell of a lot warmer than it is here, okay? (chuckling) (shudders) So, um Hey, thanks.
Thanks a lot.
So we're told Ooh Here we go Ooh On our own Ooh We're all alone On that open road So here we go Ooh We're all alone on that open road.

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