Hawaii Five-0 s08e22 Episode Script

Kopi Wale No I Ka I'a a 'Eu No Ka Ilo (Though the Fish is Well Salted, The Maggots Crawl)

1 STEVE: Previously on Hawaii Five-O: ADAM: Good morning.
This is my brother, Koa.
How's it going, Koa? - - Good.
You? Good.
This is Eli.
- He's the boss around here.
- Hey.
Good to have you.
Adam tells me you've worked on some remodels.
Yeah, I laid tile, hung dry wall.
Hey, Koa, it's Adam.
You in there? My God.
Koa! He's barely breathing.
I got something.
Those are probably opiates.
He doesn't have much time.
ADAM: What is that? NOELANI: Naloxone.
It reverses the effects of an overdose.
How long have you been using? About a year.
You need help.
You're going to rehab.
(”Crazy” by Patsy Cline playing) Crazy I'm crazy for feeling Hello, Mr.
It's me, Hector.
Hope you're having an excellent morning.
I'm crazy There you go.
Bottoms up.
Crazy for feeling so blue Good morning, Mr.
How you doing today? I hear they're serving French toast for breakfast.
I knew Mr.
Kalani? You'd love me Okay.
Uh, let's put the fork down.
You don't want to be doing that to yourself.
Give me the fork, Mr.
Come on, come on.
Just just give me the fork.
(Kalani yells) (Jerry screams) Help! Help! Somebody help! [Hawaii Five-O theme song plays.]
Hawaii Five-O 8x22 Kopi Wale No I Ka I'a a 'Eu No Ka Ilo font co You got it stuck up here good, huh? Oh, look out.
(sighs) What's your name, kid? Spike.
All right, buddy.
Watch out for those crosswinds, okay? Mahalo.
You're welcome.
You need me by your side, in your life But I gotta be straight What's up, buddy? Got your text.
Rough morning, huh? You all right? Yeah.
Yeah, I'm fine.
You sure about that? Yeah.
Look, it's just that ever since I joined Five-O, I've been wanting to do more, you know.
You know, be in the thick of things, near where the action is.
And now that I get my chance Hey, uh, if you if you want out of this, Jerry, it's okay.
I totally understand.
I mean, field work's not for everybody.
What I'm doing is too important to quit now.
Plus, I volunteered.
STEVE: Meet Ben Pollard, long-time resident of Kaneohe Psychiatric Hospital.
His body was found in the bottom of a ravine about a mile away from the facility.
Now, the staff reported this as an accident, but according to Noelani, Mr.
Pollard suffered a depressed skull fracture prior to the fall.
Someone cracked him on the skull and threw his body in the ravine.
Do the folks at Kaneohe have any idea what this guy was doing outside the hospital? No.
They're suggesting that he must have taken off on his own.
I assume we're not buying that.
Well, I'm not buying it, and I'll tell you why.
Pollard has been a resident at the hospital for over eight years, and never once has this man even tried to leave the grounds.
Right, what are we thinking, then? Something happened within the hospital, he leaves, and then he's followed out by somebody? Right now, that seems to be the most likely scenario.
Trouble is, the staff has really circled the wagons on this one.
HPD went in, did a bunch of interviews, got nowhere.
Sounds like we need somebody on the inside.
That's right, Junior, it does.
And lucky for us, Kaneohe happens to have an opening for an orderly at the moment.
Eric is gonna doctor up a résumé, which means it shouldn't be too hard to put one of you guys under.
Well, do you think this is gonna be a long-term assignment, sir? I don't know.
Well, I-I think this is totally in Tani's wheelhouse.
I'm sorry, what? Why? Uh, you know, the-the purpose of an orderly is to maintain order, and, uh, that's kind of, like, lifeguard adjacent.
That's a good point.
TANI: Oh, yeah, that's a great point.
You see what he's doing here, right? Making a good point? No.
He-he's he's worried that he's gonna get stuck working a long-term undercover op, and he's trying to justify why I'm the one who's supposed to do it.
That's not true.
That is true.
You know what else is true? What? The job of an orderly is traditionally a man's job.
Now, I don't think jobs should be gender-biased.
No? But that's the world we live in.
In which case, I think Junior's right for it.
How about this? I don't care what you guys do-- flip a coin, Rochambeau, have a have an arm-wrestle-- but one of you is going under.
I'll do it.
What's that? I said I'll do it.
What? I can do this.
I got a badge, too, you know? Yeah, you don't have to convince us.
You really want this, Jerry? All right, it's yours.
- Really? - Yeah.
Thanks, buddy.
You put your faith in me, Commander.
I'm not gonna let you down.
I know you're not.
I know that.
All right, so where are we at? What's going on? Have you searched the victim's room yet? I thought HPD already did that.
They did, but that doesn't mean there's nothing there.
Jerry, a good cop stays awake at night thinking that they missed something.
You know, they lose sleep over that kind of stuff.
And sometimes they're right.
The thing is, they got me assigned to a different wing.
If I start showing up, it may, you know, raise some questions.
Jerry, look, I know you've only been under a short while, and your instincts are correct.
Okay, you don't want to get made, but here's the thing.
The more time that passes, the less chance we have of solving this thing.
I mean, people's recollections get hazy.
Any physical evidence that's out there, it's already degrading.
We're on a clock here.
We are.
We're on a clock, okay? And, Jerry, right now we got nothing.
I mean, we got no leads.
We don't even know what this thing's about.
Okay? We need Intel, and it's your job to get it.
So be resourceful.
In other words, I gotta start thinking like you.
Well, I mean, if Danny were here, he'd say absolutely not, but yeah, basically, that's what I'm saying.
Think like me a little bit.
Use that Ortega charm that you have in spades, huh? If you can't find a staff member to talk to, find a patient.
All right? Call me if you need me.
(beeps) He'll be right out.
Thank you.
- Hi.
- Hey, sis.
Oh, my God, you look amazing.
- I feel good.
- Yeah? Better than I have in a long time.
All right, let's go.
Where are your bags? Yeah, about that.
Um I'm not leaving.
What's going on? I thought you were done.
No, I am, but they sort of offered me a job here.
I'd be working as a counselor, doing some other stuff.
They think I'd be really good at it.
I'm sorry I made you drive all the way out here, but it's been so long-- I kind of wanted to see you.
It's fine.
Sorry, I'm just, like I'm just really thrown by that.
That's that's really good.
That's really good.
It's a chance to help people, you know? Sometimes just having someone who believes in you, it's what gets you to the other side.
I know that made the difference for me.
Okay, are you trying to make me cry here? This is like Well, hey, at least this time, it's for a good reason, right? Come here.
Oh, my God, I'm so proud of you.
Thank you.
I'm so proud of you.
And, you know, if Daddy were here, he'd be proud of you, too.
Howzit, Frank? Uh, still kind of bummed about that softball game yesterday.
I mean, it's bad enough we give up 13 runs, but did it have to be to the HFD? It's pathetic.
We need Iosa back in that lineup.
Otherwise, it'll be the same thing next week.
You ask me, our hitting is not the problem.
Our guys can't field for crap.
Can't make that many errors and still (stun gun buzzing) Hey.
What's up? Any luck tracking him down? What's going on? Uh, no, not yet.
Uh, Tani's trying to ping Sergeant Lukela's phone, but it looks like he turned it off.
Man, this is odd.
Does anybody have any idea what the hell this was really about? No, but, uh, Sergeant Bellina says that one minute him and Sergeant Lukela are making small talk 50,000 volts later, he's waking up on the floor.
Says that Sergeant Lukela walks in and asks to pull an evidence box from an open murder case.
We checked that box.
It doesn't look like it's been touched.
Okay, well, he was obviously doing something here.
Let's check all the other boxes.
Let's dust them all for his fingerprints.
We got security footage.
Pull it up, see what aisle he was going down.
On another note, let's have CSU focus on any cases that Duke's been working on, all right? Anybody reach out to Duke's family? Well, Tani's doing that right now.
All right.
That's good.
Maybe they know something.
GROVER: Yeah, well, let's hope so, 'cause this is nuts.
Duke is as straight as they come.
This is a guy that would rather read a mosquito its rights instead of swatting it.
It just ain't him.
So, why'd he do it? Hell, Junior, I don't know.
So we have to follow every option, no matter how crazy it sounds.
Help you? Hey.
I'm new here.
- Hector Gomez.
- Mila.
What can I do for you, Hector Gomez? Uh, administration wants Ben Pollard's room packed up.
So, um, I'll come back and pick these up in an hour? Is there a problem? Mm, it's just that I'm kind of on my lunch break.
Could you maybe come back a little later? I don't know.
They said they wanted it done ASAP.
Tell you what-- I'll cut you a deal.
I'll box up the stuff for you.
And what do you want in return? Hey, is there anyone that Ben used to play chess with? Figured they might want this clock as a memento.
Oh, that's sweet.
Uh, yeah, as a matter of fact, a patient named Harris Stubman.
He and Ben used to play together every day.
Harris Stubman.
You know where I can find him? Uh, yeah.
His room is down the hall, 5B.
But he's got group now.
He won't be out for another 40 minutes.
Oh, and tell your mom I want that chicken salad recipe.
DANNY: All right, all right, all right.
Hey, yo.
Grover just looped me in on Duke.
- What's going on? What's the latest? - Okay, listen.
So HPD's sitting on his house right now.
He has not been home.
Looks that way.
His car is still in the driveway.
They checked his financials-- no hits, no nothing.
This isn't Duke.
I mean, none of this makes any sense.
By the way, if Duke doesn't want us to find him, we ain't gonna find him.
You know that, right? No, I know.
Guys, I think I have something.
So I contacted Duke's wife and daughter this morning.
They both claimed that they hadn't spoken to him.
What do you mean, “claimed”? You have reason to believe they're lying? Well, I do, after I checked their phone records.
Look at this.
Looks like his daughter placed a call to HPD this morning-- Duke's direct line-- and the call lasted for over two minutes.
Why would she lie to you? So, how can I help? Well, for starters, you have any idea why your father would do something like this? I'm sorry.
TANI: Have you noticed any unusual behavior? Anything he might have done or said? A phone call he might have received? Anything? No.
This thing it was totally out of the blue.
Uh, when was the last time you spoke to your dad? Uh, it was a couple of days ago.
I've been so busy.
Carrie, we know that you spoke to him this morning.
No, that's I'm sorry, you're you're mistaken.
TANI: Carrie, we pulled your phone records.
We know that you spoke to him before 9:00.
Then you spoke again at 9:08 and 9:21.
I really don't want to say anything else.
Look at me, please.
I've known you and your father for years.
Okay? He's a good man.
I know that, for a fact, he would never do something like this unless he had a good reason.
Whatever this is, whatever's going on with you, with him, we want to help you, but you have got to tell us what you know.
Carrie, you know me.
You can trust me.
It's Akela.
Your daughter? STEVE: What about her? They took her.
(knock at door) Coming.
(screams) (clattering, screaming) What are you doing?! (screaming) Akela, no! Mommy! Let her go! Who? Who took her? Carrie, who took her? I don't know.
I don't know.
But they told my dad, if he got anyone else involved, that they would kill her.
CARRIE: I called my dad right away.
And then, by the time I got him on the phone, they had already contacted him.
And they warned him not to get anyone else involved and that he would get instructions soon.
STEVE: Okay.
Have any idea how they contacted him? Um, he got a package at work.
There was a cell phone inside.
And my dad told me not to say anything.
And then he came straight to my house after that.
And when he got there, that's when they called.
LUKELA: What do you want? A key? What what key? And they didn't ask for a ransom? No, they just wanted some key.
I understand.
I'll get it for you.
Just don't hurt her, please.
Honey honey, I need you to do something for me.
My dad told me that I needed to stay at home, and if anyone showed up asking questions, I was just supposed to act like everything was okay.
I'm sorry that I lied to you.
Forget about that, please.
You were doing what your father asked you to do.
GROVER: Okay, Carrie.
Before Duke left, did he mention anything about what kind of key they wanted or what they wanted it for? No.
Just that he was gonna do whatever they asked.
TANI: Have you heard from your dad since he left your house? No.
DANNY: Carrie, if your dad calls you, you gotta tell him to call one of us.
We can help him.
- He doesn't have to do this by himself.
STEVE: Danny's right, okay? You guys are ohana.
We look out for each other.
I need you to go home.
There's gonna be a couple of plain-clothed officers waiting for you and somebody from CSU.
We need to process your house, but we need to do it discreetly in case the kidnappers are still watching, so they're gonna come in through the back door.
Don't be spooked.
Hey, listen to me.
We're gonna do everything we can to get Akela back safe, okay? Hey, I promise.
Thank you.
All of you.
Come on, I'll walk you out.
Grab TANI.
Go on down to the HPD evidence room.
I want you to go through every case-- see if any of them have a key logged in as a piece of evidence.
Danny, do me a favor.
Call HPD.
Tell them to stand down.
Duke is no longer a person of interest.
He's not to be touched.
From this moment on, this is a Five-O matter.
I always knew Duke meant a lot to you guys, but after what he did, for McGarrett to stick by him That's McGarrett.
That's just who he is.
He's a guy that'll never turn his back on family, no matter what.
(elevator bell dings) (sighs) I mean, you can understand something like that, right? Yeah, I think I can.
Hey there.
I'm (knocks) It's, uh, not 3:00.
Excuse me? I usually get my meds at 3:00.
One, two, three, four.
Well, I'm new here.
I thought I'd introduce myself.
I'm Hector Gomez.
(sighs) Mmm, mmm.
One, two, three, four.
One, two, three, four.
Can I come in? I hear you like chess.
That's Ben's clock.
Do you know him? Mmm.
No, but I heard you guys used to play, so I figured you might When is Ben coming back? Um, I'm not sure if he is.
I'm sorry.
Should we play? (grunting, panting) Is 20 minutes okay? (tapping clock) One, two, three, four.
All right.
Don't hold back.
I'm pretty good.
I don't mean to brag, but I was Kukui High Chess Club Champion my senior year.
Queen's Gambit, eh? So, you and Ben were buds, huh? Like two peas in a pod.
That's what Ben says.
(grunts, snorts) Sometimes I let him win.
No one likes to lose every time.
That's what Ben says.
Yeah, I can understand that.
(grunts) Checkmate.
Want to play again? One, two, three, four.
One, two, three, four.
So, uh, what else would you and Ben like to do? Mmm.
We play chess every day for two hours.
Sometimes I let him win.
Then we go to lunch.
Ben has a ham and mustard sandwich-- no lettuce.
Ben doesn't like lettuce.
Lettuce is for rabbits.
That's what Ben says.
Ben says, “I am not a rabbit.
” (chuckles) Mmm.
Then Ben goes and watches TV in his room.
Price Is Right, Wheel of Fortune, Let's Make a Deal.
Would you watch with him? No! I don't like TV.
I like chess.
(takes quick deep breath) Then we go to group.
Then we go to dinner.
(grunts) Then it's lights-out.
Same routine every day? Every day.
Ben likes things the same.
Same thing every day.
We all have our quirks.
So, when was the last time you saw him? A few days ago.
We had lunch.
Then he didn't show up for group.
(grunts) Mmm.
So it was in between (sighs) when he went to go watch Hang on a second.
Want to play again? One, two, three, four.
Uh, sure.
(humming quietly) Uh, you said Ben would watch TV in his room every day after lunch? Every day.
Price Is Right, Wheel of Fortune, Let's Make a Deal.
Ben likes everything the same.
We all have our quirks.
Figured you could use one of these.
Oh, God, you're an angel.
Oh, wait.
Leaded or unleaded? Leaded, definitely.
Oh, so the paperwork for Ben Pollard's room said there was a TV in there, but I didn't see one when I was boxing up his stuff.
I mean, last thing I want is the boss thinking that I swiped it.
Oh, you're fine.
I'm pretty sure it broke down.
I remember maintenance showed up a few days ago and hauled it off for repairs.
Well, that probably didn't go over too well.
Harris said Ben loved his TV time.
Oh, yeah, there was drama that morning.
But there's a TV in the common room.
I'm pretty sure Ben just watched his shows there.
NARRATOR (over TV): For the time being, none of the lions is really prepared to risk the full-on violence of a fight between adult males.
It can take months for a takeover to succeed.
(muttering quietly) But they're already sizing each other up.
ANNOUNCER: Now, from the Bob Barker Studio at CBS in Hollywood, it's The Price Is Right! Almease Davis, come on down! Simba wisely retreats from the skirmish and re-marks his territory.
(muttering) But the two new males stay in the area.
And Curtis Braswell, come on down! Don't.
Don't do that.
Why not? Ben said it was okay.
Ben? No.
Don't listen to him.
You shouldn't change it.
Everything okay here? You giving this fella a hard time, Chad? It's fine.
Really, everything's under control.
Well, if you need my help, I'm right over there.
You need to turn it back.
What? What's gonna happen? Please.
You don't You don't want to get him angry.
Get who angry? Kosaki.
What happens when Kosaki gets angry? Did he have a run-in with Ben? Come on.
You can tell me.
Or maybe I should go over and ask him what you meant.
Ben Ben came in here the other day, put on The Price Is Right.
Kosaki got mad.
He pushed Ben.
He pushed him.
What did Ben do then? Ben got upset.
Said he was gonna tell the doctors on Kosaki.
Maybe even call the police.
What did Kosaki do when Ben said that? Kosaki got angry.
Like like, quiet angry.
Then the orderlies came and said to stop fighting, so so Ben left.
He left.
And he ain't been back here since.
You following me? What? No, I just think we're going the same way.
Let me give you a little advice Hector.
Mind your own damn business.
Come on.
What is it? Junior got a lock on Duke's burner.
How did he do that? I have no idea.
It was very technical, and I don't understand these things 'cause I'm 40, so let's go.
I don't know how you did that, but I'm impressed.
Oh, it was nothing, sir.
I just had a hunch that Sergeant Lukela had a burner on him when he walked into the evidence room, so then I just checked the HPD's router to see if the phone connected to the station's public Wi-Fi.
It did.
Then it was just a simple matter of going through the different IP addresses Junior.
Where is he? Oh, uh Waikiki Beach, sir.
All right, keep tracking him.
All right, Junior, we're almost there.
Any change in his position? Negative.
He hasn't moved since the first time I pinged him.
All right, he's probably just waiting to hand off the key.
Yeah, which means we can't go in hot.
Okay, there's an alleyway on your left.
The signal's coming from there.
All right, we got Duke's car here.
JUNIOR: You're standing right on top of the signal.
So, where's Duke? Where is he? (muffled grunting) The trunk, Steve.
Steve, I'm sorry.
I had no other choice.
- Look, we-we gotta get out of here.
- Wait a minute.
Just hold-hold on.
Hold on a second.
It's okay.
We know about Akela, all right? You gotta tell us what's going on, Duke.
What happened? The key they had me steal-- it was to one of these lockers.
They didn't know which one.
They just told me to go to whatever number was on that key.
I opened up the locker.
There was a bag inside.
I unzipped the bag.
There was at least a million dollars inside, easy.
I zipped the bag back up and took it to the car.
They were going to call me with more instructions.
But when I was putting the bag inside the trunk, somebody came up behind me.
STEVE: I mean, what, the kidnappers jumped you? That doesn't make any sense.
Why would somebody stuff you in a trunk? He just said wait for instructions.
Not to mention, where's the kid? Where's Akela if it was them? (cell phone ringing) Who is it? It's them.
Put it on speaker.
DISTORTED VOICE: Do you have my money? Kidnappers don't have the money.
I'll have Junior run a trace.
All right.
Stall him.
Stall him.
Look I'll get your money, but I haven't been to the lockers yet.
HPD is looking for me, and if they catch me, you won't be able to get what you want.
That'd be unfortunate for your granddaughter.
You have one hour.
If you don't have it by then, she's dead.
I I need to know she's okay.
Let me let me speak to her.
AKELA: Papa? I'm here, sweetie.
I'm here.
Papa, I want to go home.
It's going to be okay, ku'u lei.
Just try to be brave.
One hour.
Danny? No, not even close.
We need to figure out who else knew there was a big bag of money in that locker.
DANNY: Duke, how did that key end up in evidence in the first place? Belonged to a drug dealer named Tyler Musako.
HPD picked him up the other day on a hit-and-run.
He had the key on him when he was brought in.
He's being held in Halawa, no bail.
All right, we need to go talk to this guy right now.
- Already have.
STEVE: What are you talking about? When? When'd you talk to him? Right after the kidnappers called me.
Thought maybe he was involved or at least could tell me who was.
But he said he didn't know anything.
And my sense was he was telling the truth.
STEVE: Duke, even if he wasn't involved, through that phone call, you tipped him off, and somebody else knew there was a bunch of money in these lockers and was trying to get their hands on it.
DANNY: If I'm that guy, the second you leave, what am I gonna do? I'm gonna call somebody and tell him to keep eyes on this locker, right? All right, we gotta look at the Halawa phone records for this morning.
Right? Whoever Tyler Musako called, that's who we talk to next.
Duke, follow us.
Come on.
(lock buzzes, door opens) Oh, good.
Look, I don't know who you are, but know this: I'm a lawyer, I know my rights, and I'm going to have both your badges.
TANI: The only thing you're gonna have is my foot in your throat if you don't shut up.
GROVER: Wait a second.
You're Tyler Musako's lawyer, right? So? So your client had somebody rob a cop of a very large sum of money.
What am I telling you for? You already know that, right? (scoffs) Look, even if what you're saying about Mr.
Musako is true, how would I possibly know about it? TANI: Well this morning, Mr.
Musako made one phone call from jail, and that phone call was to you.
So you either arranged to have the money stolen or you just stole it yourself.
(sighs) I-I suspect I'm not the first person in this room to utter these words, but, um I don't know what you're talking about.
Well, we kind of think you do.
And you're gonna tell us where that money is.
Well, if you think I'm involved in this, then, uh, prove it.
Oh, wait.
Uh, prisoner phone calls between a lawyer and his client aren't recorded, so I guess you can't.
Looks like your evidence is entirely circumstantial.
Mmm, maybe, yeah.
But what we could do is we could get a warrant, and we could dump your phone, and we could find out the name of whatever scumbag you hired to pull the job.
GROVER: See, the problem with doing that is, see, by then, it'll be too late.
You see, someone else is after that money.
And they want it so bad that they were willing to kidnap a cop's granddaughter just to get it.
So, here's how this is gonna go down.
You're either gonna tell us where that money is-- and I mean right now-- or you can keep acting like a smug little wise-ass lawyer, and you're gonna find yourself an accessory to whatever happens to her.
Look at me.
TANI: Hey.
You were right.
I'll call McGarrett and set up the drop.
NARRATOR (over video): Place your tension rod in the bottom of the keyhole and apply a slight amount of pressure.
Then insert the pick above the wrench and push it all the way back.
Maybe this only works on TV.
(click) Deceased? If you're not Kosaki, who are you? (camera clicks) (beeping, trilling) Dylan Shu.
(dials phone, line ringing) GROVER: Jerry? JERRY: Captain, is McGarrett around? Well, he's kind of busy on another case right now, Jerry.
Is it urgent? Kind of.
I just discovered an FBI fugitive named Dylan Shu who's been hiding out in this mental hospital pretending to be a patient.
I also think he may be behind Ben Pollard's murder.
Jerry, this guy is bad news.
Yeah, tell me about it.
Racketeering, homicide.
I'm gonna send a couple of units down there, Jerry.
Find someplace, and stay safe till they arrive.
Will do.
And, Jerry? Well done.
What are you doing in here? Oh, the door was open.
I just came in here for, like, a little minute to myself.
You know, this place can be a little overwhelming.
Didn't I hear you on the phone? Yeah, I was just leaving a message for my mom.
She gets a little worried if I don't check in.
What are you doing with that file? Okay, look, I'm not really an orderly.
I'm actually here undercover with the Five-O Task Force.
Get out.
And this patient, Kosaki, he's actually an FBI fugitive.
He's gonna stay that way.
You're driving.
Told you to mind your business.
Quit stalling.
- Where are we going? - Just drive.
(engine starts) Gotta hand it to you-- hiding out from the FBI in a mental hospital, it's pretty clever.
Killing another patient not so much.
Take a right.
And you-- I'm guessing orderly pay wasn't cutting it, so, uh Mr.
Shu offered you a way to make some cash.
Forging documents was easy enough.
All you had to do was keep quiet.
Of course, when Ben says he's gonna report him, Mr.
Shu gets spooked.
Didn't figure you'd have to take someone out.
Stuff happens, I guess, right? So you you crack Ben on the head, and you dump him in a ravine.
Guess that's what you're gonna do to me now, huh? Nah.
This time, they won't find a body.
Take this left.
What are you doing? (tires squeal) Slow down! No, no, slow down! (cell phone ringing) Hello? Jerry, I got a couple of units down there.
They're looking all over the place.
They can't find you.
Is everything okay? Actually, yeah, I'm good.
MAN: That's far enough! You come alone? Yes.
All right, wait for my word.
Nobody moves until we get that girl back safely.
Put the bag on the ground and step back.
First, my granddaughter.
I won't tell you again, old man.
You want your money? Give me Akela.
Where is she? Where is she? (groans) (siren wailing) Duke.
(gunfire continues) This is Captain Lou Grover.
I got an officer down at the warehouse.
Officer down.
I need an ambulance here ASAP.
(man groans) (gunfire continues) (groans) Hi.
I got you.
I'm with your grandpa.
You're safe now.
Come on, sweetheart.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Junior, I have Akela.
She's okay.
They got her.
Akela's safe.
Hear that, buddy? Your granddaughter's all right.
Wow, Jerry.
Smashing into a Dumpster? That's so McGarrett of you.
I'm proud of you, buddy.
- Yeah, you did really good.
- Ow.
JUNIOR: Yeah, you're a total rock star.
So you think I'll get to do this undercover thing again? Uh, slow your roll there, Serpico.
Why don't you focus on healing first? Copy that.
Oh, hey, how's Duke? Man, he's gonna be fine.
The bullet wound was a through-and-through.
He'll be home in a few days.
His future at HPD is a little suspect, though.
You really think they're gonna fire him? Knowing what they know? They could.
Sergeant Lukela's record is is spotless.
That don't count for nothing? Well, it should, but, you know, stealing evidence, assaulting a fellow officer there's gonna be consequences.
STEVE: Look, we're gonna do everything we can.
We're going to explain the extenuating circumstances to everybody, but at the end of the day, we just gotta wait and see what happens.
You have room for any more visitors? I got special permission for someone to come see you.
Hey, how did you They told us down at work who you really were, what happened.
You must be pretty mad, then.
Yeah, I'm furious.
That's why I came with a get-well gift.
I'm Mila.
Hey, Mila.
- This is Harris.
- Hey, Harris.
Um, I thought you might like this better than the hospital food.
Wait, is that I hope you weren't kidding when you said you like my mom's chicken salad.
That wasn't part of, you know, your cover? JERRY: You kidding? I'm a chicken salad maniac.
(chuckling): Oh, I like that.
GROVER: Yeah we probably should go.
STEVE: Yeah, yeah, we gotta we gotta go see Duke.
Bye, Jerry.
Thanks for stopping by, guys.
(chuckles) See you.
Feel better.
HARRIS: One, two, three, four.
MILA: Well, I guess I'll let you guys play.
I'll be back in a little bit.
I'm gonna figure out how to beat this guy.
(exhales sharply) Good luck.
One, two, three, four.
One, two, three, four.
If you're anything like me, you're gonna reach that point where you know you don't want to live like this anymore.
Only you're not sure how to make that change.
How to live your life differently.
I'm here to tell you that you can.
I won't lie, though.
It's not easy.
It takes work.
Me, I'm I'm lucky.
I have someone who stuck by me through it all.
It's thanks to my big sister that I'm even here today.
She saved my life.
TANI, it would mean a lot to me and everyone here if you would say a few words.
(clears throat) Hi.
Um, I'm TANI Rey.
I am the sister of an addict.
Honestly, it's, um it's not easy watching someone you love go down this road.
But I I didn't give up on Koa, and I honestly never even thought about turning my back.
But I-I just want I want you all to know, no matter what you think, no matter how alone you may feel there's someone out there that supports you.
That loves you.
Somebody who's on your side, pulling for you to make it through this.
And I know that not all of you have siblings or parents that you can rely on.
But you have my brother.
He's pretty special.

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