Hawaii Five-0 s09e02 Episode Script

Ke Kanaka I Ha'ule Mai Ka Lewa Mai (The Man Who Fell From the Sky)

1 STEVE: Previously on Hawaii Five-O We need a cop who doesn't think like a cop, who isn't afraid to break the rules a little bit.
Or break somebody's nose.
Well, so, you heard about that? Yeah, we heard that your training officer deserved it.
TANI: I found something.
The gun matches a slug found in Noriko.
As far as I'm concerned, prison would be letting her off easy.
She deserves worse.
A lot worse.
Adam just saved my brother's life.
I'm supposed to repay him by turning him in? If Adam killed his sister, you need to do he right thing.
Are you telling me there's a mole inside the CIA? - Who is that? DANNY: It's Agent Greer.
She's playing both sides.
(electronic chime) Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain.
We're getting ready to make our final descent into Honolulu and should be on the ground in roughly ten minutes.
So if anyone needs to use the restroom before we land, now would be the time.
(seat belt unbuckles) I'm gonna hit the head.
(electronic chime) FLIGHT ATTENDANT: Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has illuminated the "fasten seatbelt" sign.
Please return to your seats with your seat belts fastened, your tray tables stowed and your seatbacks in their full, upright position.
Do exactly as I say.
Sir? Sir, I'm gonna have to have you return to Walk away now.
(passengers gasp) - Oh, my God.
MAN: Gun! He's got a gun.
(passengers screaming) - Face forward, or you die.
- Oh, my God.
Please, whatever you're planning to do, I have a family.
Shut up! (screaming continues) [Hawaii Five-O theme song plays.]
Hawaii Five-O 9x02 Ke Kanaka I Ha'ule Mai Ka Lewa Mai font color= (wind whistling) What are you looking at? (Eddie whines) Eddie.
(Eddie barks) What'd you do? - What did I do? - What'd you do? Tell you what happened.
Your stupid dog went digging in your backyard.
(sighs) Junior came out here this morning, you got money flying around like we're at a-a strip club.
Okay? - How much did we lose? - I don't know how much we lost.
We're gonna have to do a count.
You understand that? We're gonna do a count, and if that dog ate any of the money, you're gonna be in charge of finding out if whatever he ate comes out, you know what I mean? Hey, I think, uh, Eddie feels pretty bad about what he did, if that's any consolation.
(Eddie whines) - No.
It's not.
Thanks, though.
- I found most of the bills that made it into the water.
- Okay, good.
We need to get those dried, those cleaned, get whatever's left in the bag and then tally it all up.
- Say it.
Just say it.
- I'm not saying anything.
Oh, good.
You're maturing.
But you know what? Actually, to tell you the truth, I think I would be irresponsible Here we go.
if I didn't tell you how I think that burying Kamekona's money in your backyard was the stupidest, most ignorant, dumbest idea you ever had in the nine years I've known you.
The dumbest.
Dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb.
- Okay, you done? Uh-huh.
'Cause this is partly your fault.
- My fault? - Yeah, partly.
- How is it my fault? - Okay, because you and Lou were supposed to be over here helping me and Junior dig that hole.
You guys never showed up, all right? Then we had to leave and go to work, and if you had've shown up, put your back into it for a minute, that hole would have been deeper.
What I think he's trying to say is that, you know, i-it wasn't the plan.
It was the execution of the plan that's the problem.
Right? - Yeah.
- Okay, okay, okay.
You guys want to know what I think now? - Sure.
- I'm gonna tell you anyway.
I think what happened is, is that this man behind me is so boring that this dog got so bored that he had nothing better to do than to dig in the backyard.
- That's what I think.
Well -What do you I'm sorry.
- W-What are you talking about? - Yeah, everybody knows you got to mentally stimulate your dog, and if you don't, they act out.
See that? - You got to mentally stimulate the animal.
- Look at this dog.
Look how stimulated this dog is.
I talk to him every day.
- What do you mean he's feeling? - That's the problem.
Come on, boy.
You talk to him.
You ever hear what comes out of your mouth? You talk to the dog.
Buy it a toy.
Buy it a stuffy.
Buy it a-a bone.
A stuffy? A Stu - A bully stick.
I don't know.
- I-I know, buddy.
I hate it when Mom and Dad argue, too.
(Eddie whines) It's okay.
Well, don't just stand there and be handsome.
Say something.
- How'd it go with the governor? - It went great.
The CIA was there delivering their brief, and the good news is that the information we fed to Greer led to the capture and arrest of three members of the Chinese spy network.
And the bad news? Bad news is that they must have wised up to the trap we sprung, 'cause they pulled the rest of their agents out of the field.
So why are you still pouting? Nobody has any idea where Greer is.
DANNY: All right, look, you did what you thought you had to do with Greer.
It was the right thing at the time.
(phone ringing) You let her go, you let her go.
- Don't be so hard on yourself.
- Hold on.
Hold on, hold on, hold on.
Yeah, we'll be right there.
A plane just made an emergency landing at Honolulu International.
There was an explosion on board.
(passengers screaming) Well, that's something you don't see every day, huh? Got that right.
FAA is in the process of trying to gather all the data from the tower and from the black box.
If they can pinpoint the exact coordinates where the door blew, there's a chance we can figure out where those two may have touched down.
If they didn't get sucked into the jet on the way out.
Can we just take into consideration for a second the difficulty of that jump? There's very few people that could have pulled that off.
- Okay.
So who's this guy? He had to, uh he had to go through security.
He had to have a ticket, right? GROVER: Nobody knows who he is.
They thought he was the air marshal.
He was sitting in the air marshal seat.
But the air marshal assigned to the flight never made it onto the plane on account of he's dead.
- (mouths) - Found his body in his house in Dallas a couple hours ago.
STEVE: Okay.
So this guy's using the marshal's credentials to bypass security.
That explains how he got the gun and the explosives on board the plane.
DANNY: Why? Why-why go through all that trouble? Right? Why not wait till the guy lands, uh pull up in your car, put him in your trunk? Yeah, but we got to assume that whoever executed this plan did so for a reason, right? I mean, they had to have figured that this was their best shot at grabbing this guy alive.
So, what's up with the victim? Our victim is Jack Teague.
He's a systems analyst from Plano, Texas.
He works at one of those big telecoms they got out there.
That's his wife and daughter over there.
According to the wife, all they wanted to do was come out here to spend a week at the Hilton.
That's a nice start of a vacation.
STEVE: Can I presume she has no idea why this happened? None.
And I believe her.
According to this woman, her husband's a family man.
Good husband.
Been working at his job more than ten years.
The guy even coaches his daughter's soccer team on the weekend.
DANNY: So what do you think? A big case of mistaken identity or what? STEVE: Yeah.
Or there's a whole bunch we don't know about Jack Teague.
(sneezes) (sniffles) MAN: Well done, recruits.
If your intention was to botch the crime scene, make sure any evidence is not admissible in court, that was some top-notch work.
Scene contamination.
What did we say about gloves? U-Use them? The use of gloves does not guarantee that there will not be contamination.
Gloves themselves may become contaminated through touching fluid, blood, and through some not so obvious means, like scratching your nose, Pearson, or sneezing just before you bag the murder weapon, Olina.
Any public defender straight out of law school gets this case tossed, which means we have to let a murderer go because you two were sloppy.
(door opens) (footsteps approaching) (door closes) Okay.
That's enough for today.
Back at the scene of the crime.
Come on in.
Thank you.
Realize this is more than a little awkward.
Just do me a favor, all right? If you're gonna throw another punch, just avoid the face.
I had a crown replaced.
I know I've said this before, but I'm-I'm truly sorry for that.
Well, from where I'm standing, it seems like a pretty smart career move.
Get yourself booted out of the academy, land a job with Five-O.
There were a couple weeks in between where I did some lifeguarding.
You know, I, uh, ate some ramen and reflected on my mistakes.
So, what can I do for you, Ms.
Rey? Okay, um (sighs) This is crazy.
I was practicing what I was gonna say the whole way over here, and now I'm standing in front of you and Aah, okay.
I'm just gonna say it.
Captain Keo, I, uh I need a favor from you.
And it's a big one.
And I realize you are the last person on the planet I should be asking.
But y-you're the only person that I can trust.
Um I need you to run ballistics on a gun to see if it comes back to any open cases, and I need it done off the books.
Well, from what I understand, Commander McGarrett isn't really a stickler for the books, is he? So why do you need me? McGarrett's the one person that can't know about this.
Go on.
I have a hunch about the gun in question.
And if I'm right, it could incriminate someone who's really close to McGarrett.
If I'm wrong, um, it will completely destroy my relationship with him and everybody else on the team.
You know more than anyone else how badly I messed up here.
And how lucky I am to have a job with Five-O.
Aside from my brother, these people are the only family that I have.
And I can't risk losing them.
You want to know why I was so tough on you when you were in my class? It's 'cause you were the best damn student I ever had.
That's why I was so disappointed with how things turned out.
You know, you knew me before any of this happened.
And I trust that you know the kind of person that I am.
See, y-you tell me you've changed, but you're coming here now, you're asking me to bend the rules for you.
No, I'm asking you to help me do the right You could have been a great cop.
But instead, you're a woman who cheated on her test and punched her instructor.
You're a rule breaker, Ms.
Now, that may be okay for you, for Five-O, but it is not the way I do things.
I'm sorry.
I can't help you out.
I understand.
(footsteps recede, door opens) Jerry, any updates? I just heard back from the FAA, and using the data that they pulled, I was able to pinpoint the plane's exact location the moment the emergency door was blown, which puts our drop zone somewhere in this 30-mile radius.
That's a lot of jungle to search and we don't have a ton of people.
I can help you out with that.
I've been doing some calculations.
And based on wind speed, altitude and drop rate, I think I can narrow down our search area considerably.
Hey, Jerry, can you plug in these coordinates? Now factoring in the average foot speed of four miles per hour, I think we can reduce the search radius to eight square miles.
That's some pretty dense foliage.
How do you even land a parachute in that? Without breaking a leg, it's not easy.
Yeah, and your chute's gonna get caught up in a tree for sure.
Which may actually help us here.
JERRY: So we're looking for a parachute in this image.
Yeah, I don't, uh, I don't see one.
Something else we got going for us is this map is entirely tree cover, which means it's almost all green.
So if we just filter out that color What's that? Boo-yah.
Don't-don't-don't say "boo-yah.
" I mean, that was very good what you did, but don't say boo-yah.
STEVE: All right, Danny, you go with TANI and Junior, chopper out to the drop site.
Hopefully, you can pick up a trail from the landing point and track our targets through the jungle from there.
I'll call the helo and let TANI know.
- All right.
- All right.
Excuse me, um, why don't you want to go? I mean, jumping out of a helicopter, chasing bad guys in the jungle, that's kind of like your jam.
STEVE: I mean, somebody's got to stay back here and dig into Teague, right? Find out who he is, why he was targeted.
Besides, Danny, y-you're plenty competent.
Yeah, I-I don't, I don't buy that.
You're up to something and I'm gonna figure out what it is.
Well, you're the detective.
DANNY: That's it.
Okay, so based on the way that canopy's tangled up, I'd say they were suspended about 15 feet off of the ground.
Kidnapper must have used his knife and cut the chute lines.
TANI: Impact marks over here.
- Looks like they fell pretty hard.
- It's a pretty good drop.
Let's assume one of them or both of them are injured.
Let's keep moving, maybe we could catch up.
JUNIOR: Hey, I got something here.
Let's move.
TANI: So these guys have, what, like, two hours on us? What are the chances that we catch up to them? Oh, you're starting to sound like me.
Listen, you got to have hope when you do this job, right? You got to have hope.
Hope you'll, uh, catch a break.
Hope you catch the bad guys.
Be realistic, but you got to have hope.
Thank you.
I have hope, I definitely have hope.
It's just, realistically speaking Hey, got something.
What were you saying? Never mind.
He's dead.
TANI: That's not Teague.
It's the kidnapper.
Look, he's got no stab wounds, no gunshot wounds, but he's got a broken neck.
TANI: Well, it can't be from the fall, otherwise his body would be back by the chute.
Yeah, you're right.
It was deliberate; someone snapped it.
(knocking on door) Yo, anything on Teague? Only thing this guy looks guilty of is being Father of the Year.
Okay, I got something for you to see.
Follow me.
So we've been trying to figure out why the Chinese would go through all that trouble to snatch a guy off a plane in mid-flight.
You yourself said it had to be some kind of pressing emergency in order to get this guy off the plane before it lands.
Well I decided to look into what was going on at the Honolulu airport around the time of the abduction.
You recognize anybody sitting around, waiting around there? STEVE: Is that That's Agent Miller.
GROVER: Exactly.
Which got me to thinking.
Why in the hell would the CIA be sitting at an arrival gate waiting to meet Ward Cleaver? I got a better question.
Why is Miller there at all? Greer was his partner.
Now, when she was exposed as a Chinese asset, there's no way the Agency's keeping this guy on active duty.
The standard operating procedure would be to to put him on paid leave pending a security evaluation.
I guess we can all agree that Miller has gone rogue.
It would explain why the CIA didn't bother notifying us.
All right.
We need to find out what the hell Miller has to do with Teague.
Let's run his phone, his financials, see if we can figure out where he's staying on the island.
JERRY: Hey, guys, you got to see this.
This computer was retrieved from Jack Teague's carry-on luggage.
Now, a routine scan turned up nothing out of the ordinary, but when I dug deeper, boo-yah.
Last time, I promise.
Anyway, I found an encrypted partition and check out what's on it.
Are these in Chinese? What would Father of the Year Jack Teague be doing with a bunch of Chinese documents hidden behind a secret partition? Hi.
Yeah, no.
That, uh, that changes things, I guess.
Okay, so it turns out Teague was not the, uh, all-American father we thought he was.
Who is he? He's a Chinese spy.
STEVE: Do You know something, this has, uh, surprisingly good pickup.
You want to take it easy? What are you talking about? I'm doing 35.
My wife refers to her car as her third child, which means it's a really big deal just for me to borrow it.
This thing has to get home unscathed.
That way I can live another day, and I can go pick my own car up from the shop tomorrow.
Relax, please.
Would you relax? I'm an excellent driver, all right? Let's just not think about the car anymore.
Let's focus on the case.
Speaking of which, you know, if you told me right now that you were a member of some rogue spy agency out of China, I'd probably believe it.
They got everybody and their mama on the payroll.
Well, you know, that's what happens when one of these covert networks gets exposed.
Everybody surfaces and runs for cover.
Yeah, Teague included.
So I'm thinking Teague must have got word that he was about to be exposed as a Chinese spy, and he grabs his family, heads to Hawaii under the cover of a vacation.
Well, that makes sense.
Hawaii's about halfway to China.
Hell, this could be the first leg of him escaping the country altogether.
It is possible.
But then Miller finds out what's going on, he's waiting here to intercept Teague.
And then the Chinese somehow get wind of that plan, and concoct some crazy scheme of snatching him in midair.
Wait a minute, wait a minute.
The Chinese had to have had advance knowledge that Teague was gonna be on that flight, right? Yeah.
Why would they go to all the trouble of killing an air marshal, putting a kidnapper on the plane, when, really, they could have just grabbed Teague before he got to the airport in Dallas? Well, you got me there; I got no answer.
And not to mention, if that kidnapper was put in place to prevent Teague from falling into CIA hands, why does Teague kill the guy? All right, now I'm starting to get a headache.
(sighs) Hopefully, Miller can shed some light on this, 'cause right now nothing adds up.
JUNIOR: Okay, I got something here.
All right, no boot treads.
That looks like a loafer, that should be Teague's print.
So he went through the water.
Okay, that's smart.
He's trying to throw off any of his pursuers.
I'm thinking that he went upstream, he crossed over, and then he carried on in that direction, right? I don't know.
Something feels off to me.
- Yeah? - Yeah, yeah.
- The trail is pretty clear.
- That's the problem.
- What are you thinking? - I'm thinking that sometimes when evidence seems, uh, too good to be true, it's because it is, right? This guy, he knows that somebody's out here looking for him, he knows he's being tracked.
This thing with the river, it's a good idea, but it seems a little obvious.
I've, personally, seen it a million times.
You have? I have.
You, uh remember The Fugitive? - The movie? - Uh, yes, movie.
It was also a highly underrated television show from the '60s.
But that in no way invalidates my point.
The point is this: you got to always be thinking, why do I believe what I believe? Right? Am I missing something? Or am I not missing anything? Right? Sometimes the most obvious leads, they turn out to be wild goose chases.
Why? Because you went for an easy assumption.
Right? This.
You, uh you ever been to Hollywood? To Los Angeles.
The Walk of Fame.
They got all the jerks, they put their footprints in the-- That's what this looks like.
Like someone did it on purpose.
This does not look like the footprint of a man who's running scared for his life.
Have a look.
DANNY: Now what do you think? (grunting) JUNIOR: I-I'm thinking that he went up this tree here, crossed, went over.
He dropped down here.
- Good, good.
- So he went that way, all right? Not that way.
- Yeah.
- Okay.
Hey, we don't need to tell McGarrett about this, right? Tell him about what? You schooling a Navy SEAL on how to track someone.
Oh, come on.
That didn't happen.
I mean, it happened a little bit, but not-- - That wasn't, you know-- - Yeah, just a little bit.
All right? (beeping) JUNIOR: Hey.
Well, thanks to Detective Williams, we're back on Teague's trail.
Okay, good.
I'm sending these pictures to Jerry.
Maybe he can ID him.
Also, I found this interesting piece of equipment.
Looks like some sort of injection device.
Could be used to sedate him during the jump.
Let me see that.
No, I've seen this type of tech before.
They inject a GPS implant into the subject so he can be tracked.
(shouts) Yeah, that makes sense, considering how valuable he is to the Chinese.
It's their insurance, in case he gets lost during the extraction.
All right, he's got a GPS.
Let's go.
- It'll make our job easier.
- Yeah, except it looks like the receiver is missing, so Teague must've taken it to prevent anyone from tracking him.
GROVER: Good afternoon, Agent Miller.
My name is Captain Lou Grover.
I'm with the Five-O Task Force.
I was wondering if you had a few minutes.
I'd like to ask you some questions.
How'd you find me here? Who do you think you're talking to, man? I'm the police.
It's what I do.
Please, it'll only take a few minutes.
Yeah, that doesn't work for me.
So, unless you have a warrant or you plan on charging me with something, I'd like you to leave.
All right.
I was just trying to stall you long enough for my colleague to break into your room.
(pants) I got to say, for somebody who's supposed to be on leave, it looks like you've been keeping yourself pretty busy.
Why don't you two skip to the part where you tell me what this is about.
- Okay.
Works for me.
(phone beeps) All right, champ.
That's you at HNL arrivals today, waiting for Jack Teague's plane to arrive.
Here's the thing, we know that Teague's been working for the Chinese.
What we don't know and we can't figure out is why you were there waiting for him.
(chuckles) 30 years I gave the agency.
That's all out the window, thanks to Greer.
She's the traitor.
I'm the collateral damage.
I wasn't gonna wait around for some suits at Langley to clear my name.
So you're, what, taking things into your own hands? Running my own investigation, yes.
And you know what I found out? Teague's one of ours.
GROVER: Wait, what? MILLER: Jack Teague has been working as a double agent, feeding counterintelligence to the Chinese.
They've been cultivating Americans for intelligence assets for years.
Wait a minute, you gave Teague deep cover and then you hang him out there like a carrot.
MSS eventually recruits him, and now you got a man on the inside of Chinese intelligence operations.
- Is that right? - That's exactly right.
Except the whole thing unraveled when you exposed their spy network.
All right, so Teague is one of ours.
Well, then why didn't he just come in? You have to look at it from his point of view.
His handler's murdered.
Guy's spooked.
He doesn't know whether his cover's been blown or who to trust.
So I reached out.
I offered him protection.
I-I call in a couple of favors.
I get a team shadowing him on the ground in Dallas.
They put him on the plane to Oahu.
The plan is for me to meet him there, take him and his family to a safe house.
Clearly the Chinese got wind of what was going on, okay, and they grabbed him the one time they could.
On a plane.
- Mid-flight.
- Yeah, and I have no idea how the Chinese knew that I was bringing Teague in.
But if I had to guess, I would say that Greer was involved somehow.
Yeah, well, that would be consistent with what we know about her, wouldn't it? MILLER: The bottom line is we got about 12 hours to get Teague back into American hands.
That's how long it takes the Chinese to debrief him, find out what disinformation he's been feeding them, and, uh, extract whatever intelligence he has on U.
spy operations.
'Cause after that, he's a dead man, Well, we've got reason to be a little bit more optimistic than that.
We got a team on the ground in that jungle right now.
They've already found the kidnapper who grabbed Teague off the plane.
He's dead.
Looks like Teague overpowered him and is on the run.
- So, with any luck, we'll find him before the Chinese do.
Yeah, there's only one problem with that.
- What's that? - As soon as I heard what happened on the plane, I deployed a search team to the jungle.
They were in regular comms till 30 minutes ago.
Since then, nothing.
(phone beeps) Danny, yeah, listen to me, be advised, there is a CIA Special Activities team in that jungle right now looking for Teague.
DANNY: Yeah, we just found 'em.
They're all dead.
How many? Six of 'em.
All special ops.
They were all killed by automatic weapons.
All right, and the only gun I'm aware of is the 9mm that Teague took off the kidnapper.
Danny, Teague's one of us.
He's a double agent.
We just found out.
He didn't do this.
Okay, then who did? There's got to be a Chinese extraction team in that jungle hunting Teague.
(trilling) (trilling) (gunshots) (shouting) (gunfire) (gunfire in distance) Go, go, go.
(groans) (shouting) (shouts) Moving.
Teague's running! DANNY: I got him.
(handcuffs clicking) Teague got away.
TANI: What? He was right here.
How is that possible? I don't know, I don't know.
He either, uh, disappeared into thin air, or he jumped off of a hundred-foot cliff into into a river.
Jun, let's, uh, get Jerry to redirect satellite surveillance.
We got to see where that river ends, okay? Yes, sir.
You, is this over? Are there more people looking for Teague right now? It's okay.
You don't got to say anything.
I already know the answer.
Um, all right, let's, uh let's have you guys rendezvous with HPD.
Set up a tight perimeter.
We cannot let this guy get out of this jungle.
- What do we do with her? - Are you kidding me? Her.
This is-- this is a gift.
I'm taking her to Steve myself.
Come on.
(grunting) (lock buzzes, latch clicks) Steve, you look flustered.
Everything okay? Make the call.
I'm sorry, who is it you want me to call? You still got men in the field, all right? Call 'em.
Tell 'em Teague's in custody.
They need to stand down.
Why would I tell them that when it's clearly a lie? Look, you took an oath to serve and protect your country.
I'm counting on there still being some-some shred of honor and decency inside of you that still cares about that.
The last time I saw you, you asked me why I did it.
Well, here's my answer: why not? You like to pretend the work we do is so noble.
It's not.
We've armed governments who use weapons against their own people.
Interfered in elections.
Propped up dictators.
Tortured innocent people.
This island you call home? It's only American soil now because we staged a coup here, overthrew its rightful monarchy, and then covered it up.
All right, thanks for the history lesson.
I appreciate it.
The point is, it takes doing this job to realize there's no right or wrong.
- So, what, there's no right or wrong? What, so just be in it for yourself? Why not be in it for yourself? Is that what you're saying? (sighs) You think you're such a good guy, Steve.
But you've done things.
Bad things.
You can tell yourself they were in the name of doing some greater good.
But were they, really? And no matter how you dress this up, this whole thing is about money to you.
I won't lie.
The Chinese pay very well.
All right.
Well, you know what? Here's the good news.
You have the rest of your life in an eight-by-eight-foot cell to figure out if that payday really was worth it.
(lock buzzes, latch clicks) Steve.
So I dumped Greer's phone and found some highly-sophisticated spyware on it that she's been using to monitor Agent Miller's comms: his texts, his e-mail, his phone calls, the works.
STEVE: And that explains how Teague was made, how the Chinese knew he'd be on that plane.
JERRY: And one more thing.
Miller received a phone call less than 20 minutes ago from a local landline.
DANNY: That's less than five miles from where I saw Teague last.
Yeah, alarm system was triggered at the location just before the call went out.
Only one person that could be.
(phone ringing) Commander McGarrett? STEVE: Where are you? I'm picking up Teague.
I'll call you as soon as I have him in a secure location.
Listen to me.
Listen to me, Miller.
You have been completely compromised, you understand? Greer was up on your phone, which means we have to assume the Chinese have your current location.
We're gonna take care of that.
It's a through-and-through.
I'll live.
- My family? - They're safe.
I made sure of it.
Miller, listen to me, all right? Just tell us where you are, where we can pick you up from, and then dump your cell.
(tires squealing, engine revving) Too late.
(engine revving, tires squeaking) STEVE: Miller, what's happening? (glass breaking, engines revving) (thudding) (engines revving) STEVE: Miller, what's going on? (grunts) (tires squealing) (tires squealing) STEVE: Miller, are you there? Hey! Miller! (indistinct voices over phone) (car hissing) (door alarm dings) He's dead.
(sighs) (dialing) Hey.
Teague is nowhere to be found.
Looks like the Chinese finally got to him.
Who knows where they would have taken him.
I can tell you somebody who knows.
Yeah, Greer.
GROVER: She ain't gonna give you any Intel.
You're gonna have to give her something, like, right now.
Teague's life is on the clock.
STEVE: All right, look, before I crawl back in there to make a deal, I want to try something else.
You guys, you said that Miller's car was run off the road, right? Can you go and find some evidence that might help us ID the suspect vehicle, please? Yeah.
On it.
I got broken glass.
Got black paint transfer on the driver's side.
I got a side mirror from the other car.
GROVER: Perfect.
That's great.
Look inside the housing.
You're gonna see either a, uh, serial number or a part number.
Uh, 2477986.
(computer chirping) JERRY Here we go.
We're looking for a late model Chevy Tahoe, black metallic paint.
All right, let's scan all the local traffic cam logs.
JERRY: Got it.
Uh, looks like they ran a red light less than five minutes ago.
They're headed east on Farrington.
East on Farrington? That doesn't make any sense.
Why the hell would they be headed straight to downtown Honolulu? STEVE: Wait a minute.
Wait, wait.
I know where they're taking him.
(car horns blaring) (horns honking) (tires squealing) (car horns blaring) (tires squealing) Hey, man! (tires squealing) (engine revving) (tires screeching) (glass breaking) (horn blares) Hands! Show me your hands! STEVE and GROVER: Hands! Hands! Hands.
GROVER: Stay on your belly.
(glass breaking) GROVER: Lock your fingers.
Lock 'em up.
Interlock your fingers behind your head! DANNY: Down! Down! Down! Down! Hands on the floor.
You, out.
GROVER: I got you.
I got him.
(groans) - You all right? - Yeah.
Get your ass up! (siren wailing) There's your dad.
Go see your dad.
Daddy! Spencer.
Oh, my God, Jack.
I'm so glad you're okay.
DANNY: I want - I want to ask you a question, okay? - Okay.
All seriousness, why did you send me into the jungle with those two? I just I need to know.
- You still haven't figured that out? - No, I haven't.
- That's why I'm asking.
- Okay.
Okay, I sent you out there so they could learn something from you, because every time I'm around, Danny, you're more than happy to let them defer to me, okay? - That's the stupidest thing you ever done since I known you.
- Oh, it is? Yeah, absolutely.
Oh, so burying Kamekona's cash in my backyard-- that's been dethroned as the dumbest thing I've ever done? Do I look like a jungle person to you? Like I'd do well in the jungle? Like a teachable moment's gonna come out of me in a jungle setting? - Okay.
So what you're saying is y-you didn't teach 'em anything, they didn't learn a thing? I didn't say that.
I definitely had a, you know, couple good moments, couple jams I dropped.
That's what I'm Th Good.
That's what I'm talking about.
And by the way, in the future, you should look to do more of this.
What, do I look like Mr.
Miyagi to you? No, you don't look like Mr.
Miyagi, but I want you to teach 'em what you know about being the good cop that you are, all right? - Okay.
All right.
- All right.
That's it.
He's upset.
Hey, what's the matter? Buddy, what's going on? Why are you upset? Oh, I'm not upset.
"An excellent driver.
"Just focus on the case.
Don't worry about the car.
" You know Renee is gonna kill me.
You know that, right? STEVE: Here's the thing.
Lou (coughs) This right here-- it's not as bad as it looks.
- (laughs) - It's not as bad as it looks.
Listen to me.
A couple of days in the shop, this thing-- good as new.
(glass breaking, debris clattering) Except for that part.
I'll call an Uber.
You know I can't go home now, right? It's all right.
I'm moving in with you, and when I'm sitting at your breakfast table in my drawers eating a bowl of Fruit Loops-- then it'll be funny.
Oh, yeah, that'll be funny.
(car door closes) Captain Keo.
This morning, when you came and saw me, said that Five-O was your only family aside from your brother, that got me thinking.
So I looked into you.
You lost your father last year.
I did.
Well, my understanding is that was just two days before our little altercation in the classroom.
Yeah, I I didn't want to use that as an excuse.
My father would've hated that.
Well, considering it would have saved your ass and kept you in the academy, that's very noble of you, or pretty stupid.
I can't tell which.
Listen, I didn't come here to drag all that stuff up again.
Why'd you come here, then? The gun.
I'll run it for you.
Thank you.
Um, I can I'll bring it to you tomorrow.
Don't thank me yet.
You don't know what I'm gonna find.
Let's go.
For what? No American has ever been charged under the Espionage Act.
It looks like you're gonna be the first.
Do you remember Marrakesh, Steve? What's that got to do with anything? It's actually what we did before we jumped into bed.
I always worried our enemies would know it was us, and retaliate, but I had the comfort of knowing you never would have implicated me, as I'm sure you knew that as long as we were on the same side, I wouldn't implicate you.
You threatening me? Just stating the facts.
You know as well as I do, we were just following orders.
That won't matter to the people who want answers.
Get her out of here.
(indistinct radio transmission) (indistinct radio transmission)
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