Hawaii Five-0 s09e06 Episode Script

Aia I Hi'ikua; I Hi'Ialo (Is Borne on the Back; Is Borne in the Arms)

1 (indistinct chatter) PILOT (over radio): Mayday, mayday.
CVN-68, Nimitz.
Cessna 727, Echo, Mike.
Sir, we're getting a distress call from a civilian aircraft.
CIC visually confirms a Cessna 172.
It's five miles out and closing.
PILOT: Situation urgent.
Request permission to land, over.
He's trying to land on our flight deck.
Cessna 7, Echo, Mike.
This is Tower CVN-68.
Do not approach.
Repeat: do not approach.
This is a United States Navy vessel.
Do you copy? (radio static) Cessna 7, Echo, Mike, turn back now or you will be considered a threat.
Do you copy? (radio static) Notify AZ, unknown aircraft approaching.
Target locked.
All GMs get to position.
Prepare to fire on my command.
This is not a drill.
(alarm blaring) PILOT: One zero miles.
Need to land now.
Sir, we're running out of time.
Waiting for your order.
PILOT: Please.
I need to land.
Clear the deck, now.
Clear the deck.
Clear the deck.
(shouting) (shouting) (baby crying) [Hawaii Five-O theme song plays.]
Hawaii Five-O 9x06 Aia I Hi'ikua; I Hi'Ialo font color="#FF8000 STEVE: Sergeant Duke Lukela.
Thank you, Steve.
We both know if it wasn't for you, I wouldn't be here.
It's a great pleasure for me to see you back in this uniform, Sergeant.
Thank you.
Couple people here want to talk to you, Duke.
WOMAN: Commander McGarrett? Yes, ma'am? NCIS Special Agent Emma Warren.
I'm sorry to chase you down like this, but someone from your headquarters suggested I might find you here.
No problem, Agent Warren.
What can I do for you? I'm afraid I have some bad news.
Now, we've been piecing together Mr.
Rodes's movements over the past few days, and as far as we can tell, you were the last person who saw him alive.
Yeah, uh I-I had drinks with him, I don't know, two days ago.
He was here on a job, I think.
Did he share any details with you? No.
(scoffs) Look, I don't want to jump to any conclusions, but when a gun for hire turns up dead on a plane with a bullet in him and a baby on board, I have to consider every possibility.
Such as? Well, that your friend, Carson Rodes, may have been involved in a kidnapping.
Let me just be very clear with you right here.
I was on teams with this guy.
We were downrange together two tours.
I know this man; this is a good man you're talking about.
He may have been a good man, Commander.
But I can't say the same for the people he took jobs for.
His last three contracts were in Venezuela, Somalia and Bosnia.
- Yeah.
And for some pretty sketchy individuals.
You identify the kid yet? Identify the kid, all right? And talk to the parents.
'Cause I guarantee you, they will clear this up.
Look, I understand that this is difficult for you.
And I'm gonna do everything I can to find out what happened without jumping to any conclusions about your friend.
- Okay.
- I will even keep you in the loop as much as possible, Commander.
- Thank you.
But in return, you have to do something for me.
What's that? Back off and let me do my job.
Got it.
- Thank you.
- I'll be in touch.
(loud bang) (gasps) Adam.
Wha-What are you doing here? (scoffs) I live here.
What are you doing here? I was just watering the plants.
You know, like you told me to while you and Kono were gone? - Remember? - (sighs) (chuckles weakly) It's over.
What's over? Kono left me.
(sighs) What happened? Well, after all I went through with Jesse, her death that changed me.
When I went back to Kono, I f-found that she changed, too.
Her job had become everything to her.
(scoffs) And there we were.
Two different people, just trying to pretend it still worked.
She was just the first to say it.
That it was over.
I'm so sorry.
I need to lie down.
CARSON: God, I thought that was it for me.
STEVE: No, I knew you'd be back to fight another day, but listen, do you remember the look on that interpreter's face when that light came on? - Yeah.
We thought he said he'd never jumped before; it turns out he never - He'd never been in a plane.
- been in a plane.
When those doors opened, he was clawing at me like a cat trying to get out of a bath.
That was the most terrifying tandem jump of my life.
Wasn't that guy sick all over you? - Twice.
- Twice, right.
It's good to see you, brother.
You, too, buddy.
Especially when you pick up the tab.
Which is only fair, considering how many times I pulled your chestnuts out of the fire.
Is that right? You know, it's funny.
The beer must be especially strong this afternoon, 'cause I-I'm struggling to remember when you pulled anything of mine - What about Fallujah? out of the fire-- - Fallujah's a beautiful city.
- What about Fallujah? - No, no, no, no.
The tape trick.
Who do you think taught you that? Son of a bitch.
You taught me the tape trick.
- Yes, sir.
I totally forgot about that.
You know, I just used that move recently in Sarajevo.
- Oh, you did? - Made me think of you.
You know, that is the sweetest thing you've ever said to me.
(laughs) You know that? So, what you're telling me is that you came all the way to Honolulu to tell me how much you miss me, is that right? Sure.
Something like that.
All right.
Tell me something, brother.
How's life? You living right? - I make good money.
- Yeah.
I don't always work for good people, but, you know, sometimes you just got to do the job.
Do you? I'm just saying, I distinctly remember making you a job offer which, uh, which still stands, by the way.
Oh, and I appreciate that, my brother, I do.
But me and law enforcement? Not a good fit.
- Oh, yeah.
- Too many rules.
- Oh, yeah.
- Plus, I could never take orders from you.
I'll tell you right now, the only thing I'm ordering this afternoon is a cab.
Listen, let's not, uh, let's not wait another six years before we do this again, all right? Yeah.
My man.
Great to see you.
You, too.
I'm sorry for your loss, Commander.
Thank you.
Um I appreciate you letting me pay my last respects here.
This may be NCIS's case, but they can't control who comes in and out of my office.
These, um, these Carson's things? Yes.
Uh, we know that you can't let us near that stuff, Noelani.
It's okay.
Oh, uh, actually, I just remembered I need to make a phone call.
Um, it's personal, so I'm gonna take it out there.
It'll take me about two or three minutes, and that should be enough time uh, for my phone call.
Thanks, Noelani.
Thank you.
I always liked her.
All right, Carson let's see what you had on you when you boarded this plane.
He was staying at the Aupani Hotel.
What else? What do you got? I got a receipt for baby supplies: diapers, baby wipes - Look at that: formula, bottles.
- I know this place.
It's right by the airport.
That was three days ago.
It means he must have got this right when he got to Oahu.
Okay, so-so if he lands, the first thing he does is buy all these supplies-- it means that he did not just wind up with the baby.
It wasn't an accident.
He came here looking for it.
STEVE: TANI, what do you got on the baby so far? Based on the size of the diapers that Carson bought, that baby's between two and three months old.
Also, the formula is dairy-free, so he or she must have an allergy.
All right, look, even if that baby was completely unharmed after the crash landing, NCIS would still take it to a hospital for observation.
Joons is there right now doing the rounds to see if there's any new admit that matches the profile, but no luck so far.
Where are we at with the missing child reports? I reached out to the FBI, but nothing as of yet.
You know, it could really help if we could narrow down exactly where we're looking.
According to Agent Warren, Carson was piloting a single-engine Cessna with a maximum range of 600 nautical miles.
Which means Carson and that baby had to have taken off from one of the Hawaiian Islands.
- Okay.
So we need to search all the islands for a missing three-month-old.
Joons and I'll get on it.
Steve, it's Jerry.
I've been looking at where Carson may have gotten that plane-- local airfields, whatnot-- so far, nothing.
You know what we need? We need a tail number.
If we had a tail number, we could go through flight records and find out exactly where Carson took off from.
Can't get a tail number, 'cause NCIS has that plane in custody.
Yeah, about that, turns out NCIS does not have its own hangar on Oahu.
Okay, so maybe they keep it in one of the HPD impounds.
Jerry, find out which one and go on a field trip.
Danny and I are gonna go check out the hotel room where Carson was staying.
Sir, wherever they're keeping that plane, it's gonna be locked up pretty tight.
Well, you'd better get creative.
MAN: Hey.
Hey, hey, hey.
Yeah, you.
- Do I know you? - Uh, no, sir.
Name's Chuck.
I'm new here.
Let me see your credentials.
Oh, darn.
I must have left them in the locker.
Look, I don't know how you got in here, but I know where you're going.
Come on, come with me.
GROVER: I'll take it from here.
Agent Parsons, NTSB.
This wouldn't be the first time I have to throw this guy out of a hangar.
He's some kind of an airplane nut.
Get a life, would you, Chuck? Or at least stop ruining mine.
Listen, do me a favor, would you, Chief? Take this guy over here and keep an eye on him.
I got to get a car to take Chucky into custody.
And take off your watch; he likes those, too.
Yeah, yeah, okay.
Come on.
(whispering indistinctly) Can I help you, Agent? Parsons, NTSB, Deputy Division Chief S-R.
I just took a man into custody.
Little word of caution for you, ma'am: you might want to start locking this place down a little bit better.
You got all kinds of riffraff in here just wandering about.
(elevator bell dings) So, did you put the gun back before you left? Would you keep your voice down, please? Yes, I did.
- So, what are you gonna do now? - I don't know.
That's why I'm talking to you.
Ideas are welcome.
Well, I told you Don't do the "I told you" thing.
That's not helping.
- Well, I-I did tell you not to get involved.
- You did.
You told me.
All right? And maybe I shouldn't have.
Yeah, you shouldn't have.
But at the end of the day, you're still a cop, and you got to follow the law.
The bigger problem, as I see it, is: this could blow up your relationship with McGarrett.
Oh, my But maybe there's a way we can do the right thing without jeopardizing that.
(sighs) You're talking about calling in an anonymous tip to HPD? It's crossed my mind.
So why haven't you done it? (elevator bell dings) (beeps) (camera clicks) (door opens) EMMA: Really, Commander? Agent Warren.
This is, uh, this is a surprise.
Not for us.
We made your partner downstairs and came in through the back.
(chuckles softly) Yeah, okay.
I was just leaving anyway.
I said let me do my job.
- Yeah, you did.
And if you were in my shoes, you would, uh, you'd have trouble letting this go, too.
And if the roles were revered, I'd hope you'd cut me the same break I'm about to cut you.
- What's that? - Consider this a final warning.
As much as I've enjoyed our first two chats, I'm hoping there won't be a third.
Got it.
Oh, and, um, you didn't happen to find anything we missed, did you? No.
No, no, the place is just as you left it.
We called it the "tape trick," right? If either one of us ever felt like we were in danger of being grabbed, we would write something that identified the threat on a piece of tape and stick it somewhere out of sight: under the dash of a car, under some furniture, whatever.
So if somebody disappeared, there'd be a clue.
- Right.
And-and Carson brought it up with me a couple of days ago when I saw him.
He wanted me to find this in case something happened to him.
So he left a clue that there's a clue.
You, uh, you run that plate we sent over? Uh, yes, sir, and it came back as a rental from a company here in Oahu.
The name on the contract is fake, but there's a number on there-- it looks like a burner.
I'm trying to ping its location right now.
Okay, what about the baby, did we get an I.
yet? Unfortunately, no, but we checked records at every hospital, statewide, going back six months.
Okay, so that probably means the kid is not local.
Guys, that was Jerry.
He and Grover are on the way back.
- They found the Cessna.
- Okay, so we got a tail number.
Well, they got more than that.
The flight records show that Carson paid cash to charter a plane on Oahu, and then he flew that plane to Lanai early this morning.
Okay, so he's probably going to Lanai to pick up the kid, and he gets stopped on his way back, they make him land.
JUNIOR: Hey, guys, I got a location on that burner.
STEVE: Where is it? - Lanai.
- That was a popular destination yesterday.
- All right, so somebody's tailing Carson on Oahu, and then whoever it is, they follow him all the way to Lanai.
And they're still there, or their cell phone's still there.
All right, we're going to Lanai.
- Boss, can I just have a word? - Yes.
(quietly): Adam's back.
Adam's back? That's great.
He's not doing so well.
Kono left him, and he's, like, really not in a good place.
Uh, oh, my God.
All right.
I'll reach out to him.
I appreciate you telling me.
Thank you.
- Hey, Steve? - Huh? The, um STEVE: Oh, now you notice her? That's good work, Detective.
Did you really think I wouldn't find out you took something from that hotel room? - I'm sorry, I don't know what you - Don't make this worse by lying.
I dusted the place as soon as you left.
There was fresh adhesive residue on the underside of the bedside table drawer.
You took something.
About three inches long, an inch or so wide.
Something like that.
What, that? Okay, you know what? You're right, I shouldn't have done that.
Which one? Crossing the crime scene tape at the hotel room, tampering with evidence from an active investigation, lying about it, lying about it again? All of it.
I shouldn't have done any of it.
I'm sorry, and, uh, I, uh, I won't do it again.
Well, you won't have the chance to, Commander because I'm placing you under arrest.
You're serious? (handcuffs clicking) Okay.
After you.
America's Most Wanted.
- What's going on? - Hey, Danny.
What's up? You know, I didn't think your girlfriend was gonna give you a phone call.
That's, uh, that's a good one.
You're, uh, you're on speaker with the two of us in here, bud.
Lead with that next time.
Anyway, uh, sit tight.
I'm on my way to the governor right now to get your official letter of release.
Oh, that's great news.
Listen, there's something I need you to do first.
(grunting) (groans) - Danny? - Yeah.
- What are you doing here, man? - I'm breathing through my mouth.
You're very ripe.
Drink this.
(exhales, sniffs) Sorry about the, uh the water.
(mutters) (breathing deeply) TANI told you.
Yeah, yeah, she, uh, she told me, she told McGarrett, she told everybody else.
(exhales) So I'm guessing you drew the short straw? No.
Uh, Steve would be here, too, except he's, uh, he's tied up, literally.
But I'm glad that I'm here to talk to you, buddy.
You look terrible.
Listen to me, I, um I-I know what you're going through right now.
I-I know how you feel.
I've been there, too.
Uh, when Rachel and I broke up, I was I was in bad shape.
I was sick.
I couldn't eat.
I didn't sleep.
I was a mess.
But I promise you, I promise you it gets better.
- It will pass.
It will get - Danny, Danny, uh I appreciate that McGarrett asked you to come give me this pep talk, but I'm I-I got - I'm okay.
- You're okay? First of all, uh, Steve doesn't ask anybody to do anything.
The pep talk's from me.
The-the invitation, on the other hand, that-that's from Steve.
Invitation? To what? To, uh, to join us, to join the team.
Five-O, the badge, gun, the whole trip.
(chuckles) You're-you're kidding, right? Mm-mm.
But, Danny, I'm-I'm not a cop.
So what? I mean, you've done the job.
You've helped us out more times than I can remember.
This is not a handout, by the way.
This is not 'cause you look horrible.
- It's because we actually believe in you.
- You're serious? Absolutely, yeah.
I mean, take your time, think about it.
I don't need to.
Mahalo, Danny.
All right.
Buddy, you smell so bad.
I love you, - (laughs) but you stink really bad.
Thank you.
Yeah, of course.
Go take a shower, okay? All right, stop touching me.
I love you, too, all right? Nothing ever good happens in a place this remote.
- Least not for these three.
- Four.
Baby was definitely here.
Place looks like the Alamo.
Fact that the kid is even still alive must be some kind of a miracle.
Looks like someone was squatting down with him here.
Maybe all these dead shooters were just here trying to protect the little guy.
Well, it seems like a lot of muscle just to protect one kid.
Not if you think a Navy SEAL's coming after you.
- So you think that's what his tail on Oahu was about? Could be.
Lou, you think McGarrett's friend spilled all this blood? (knock on door) This is great.
This is the This is fantastic.
It's so good here.
Can I can I post this on my Instagram account? I don't even have an Instagram account.
I'm gonna make one and-and make this, like, my profile pic, here with the cuffs and everything.
That's good.
That's good.
That's funny.
How's Adam? Adam is, uh He's miserable.
Uh, but he's gonna be all right.
He's happy about the badge.
- He's in? That's great.
That's excellent.
- Mm-hmm.
Can I help you? Hi.
Detective Danny Williams.
We didn't officially meet.
No? Okay.
I want to thank you for this.
This lunatic being behind bars finally.
Honestly, it's a conference room.
- Can I have this moment, please? Yes, you may.
I'm gonna send you a nice Edible Arrangement.
It's gonna be lovely.
But, unfortunately, all good things come to an end.
There you go.
(Emma scoffs) Not everyone has immunity and means.
- Right.
- I have to work this case clean, and if you keep jeopardizing my ability to do that, we're gonna have an actual problem.
One that the governor can't fix.
So, I spoke to TANI and Grover over on Lanai about two secs before I walked into your cell here.
- Still a conference room.
- Whatever.
Uh, there were bodies.
Five bodies.
Uh, all shooters.
Complete bloodbath.
It looked like the baby had been there for a while, too.
Steve? Hey, Steve? What? STEVE: Hey.
So, Five-O found the crime scene where Carson was shot.
There's two of our team there right now.
- I see.
You just like to fight.
- No.
I'm just saying there's five dead bodies there.
Okay? Now, you can slap the cuffs on me again if you like.
- Him, too, for that matter.
- Don't-don't volunteer me for the conference room, okay? - Now it's a conference room? All right? Or you can accept the fact that you wouldn't have this break if it wasn't for Five-O.
Okay? And we can work together from here on out.
It's your call.
TANI: Maui County PD just started processing the scene.
We already have an I.
from one of the dead shooters that we found in the house.
He was already in the system for multiple violent offenses.
Name's Kalino Hale.
DANNY: That's good.
Couple B and E's, aggravated assault.
Not my first choice for a babysitter.
Let me ask you guys a question.
If the baby is with a felon like Hale, maybe Carson was here to rescue the kid, right? Not abduct him.
It's starting to look that way, yeah.
Hey, I just hit pay dirt in the house.
Who is that, McGarrett? STEVE: Hey, man, listen, there's somebody I want you to meet.
Captain Lou Grover, meet NCIS Special Agent Emma Warren.
EMMA: Actually, we've met.
Apparently Captain Grover moonlights for NTSB.
Yeah, I like to keep myself busy.
Anyway, I found some luggage under the bed.
Still had the baggage claim sticker on.
The information on that sticker says a Julia Berg flew into Honolulu eight days ago on Flight 981 from Minneapolis.
I'll pull up footage from the arrival gate.
TANI: I'm assuming we're thinking Julia's the baby's mother? STEVE: Looks that way.
DANNY: That must be her.
STEVE: All right.
So, what else are we thinking? Julia comes to Oahu with the baby what, for a little R&R? Gets herself crossed up with the wrong people and then gets kidnapped by Hale, his group of thugs.
Hold on.
I found footage from the baggage claim.
This doesn't look like a kidnapping.
STEVE: Looks like a reunion.
So it wasn't a vacation.
Julia travels all the way to Oahu to meet up with Hale.
JUNIOR: Then somebody hires Carson to track her down and bring mom and baby back.
Right, somebody.
I'm guessing that's the father.
JERRY: Public records show Julia married to a Lee Berg.
Big philanthropist.
- Launched a couple tech start-ups.
STEVE: All right.
We got to find this guy and talk to him.
Where is he? Where's my son? (chuckles, sniffles), I thought I'd never see you again.
Eight days ago, Julia took off with the baby.
I hired Carson to bring them home safe.
I got a call from him.
He said, uh, he tracked them to Lanai.
I, uh, jump on a plane to Oahu.
I was supposed to hang tight until I heard from him, but, you know, the call never came.
EMMA: Can you think of any reason why your wife would have taken off with your child? She's not well.
It started, uh, you know, after the baby came.
I thought it was postpartum depression, but, um, it just spiraled.
She stopped eating.
She started having delusions.
Then one day she just she was just gone.
I pray you find her.
She needs help.
EMMA: Of course.
We're doing everything we can.
Berg, do you have any idea how your wife knew Kalino Hale? They've known each other long before I came into the picture.
They dated, I guess, for about a year when Julia did Teach For America in Waialua.
I don't know, she always liked bad boys.
You know, that's one thing, but the taking off with our child, that's-that's another.
Listen, there was a bunch of other dead bodies in that house on Lanai.
(scoffs) You wouldn't happen to know who they were, would you? I No.
I don't know.
Maybe friends of Kalino's.
Man, if it really was that dangerous out there, Carson really is a hero.
I can't wait to bring him home.
EMMA: Of course.
But this is an ongoing criminal investigation, so we appreciate your understanding and your patience.
- Which means, uh, till we wrap this up, we're gonna have to ask you not to leave the island.
Leave the island? No, I'm not leaving the hospital.
You do whatever you need to do.
I'm gonna stay right here.
(indistinct chatter over P.
) The guy's lying through his teeth.
- What? - He's lying.
He just confirmed everything you've been saying about your friend this whole time.
- My friend was a SEAL, okay? I don't have to explain to you what that means.
Carson would have scoped that house on Lanai out from top to bottom.
He's a special operator.
He's not gonna walk into a house up against five armed guys by himself.
No way.
- No.
He's brave, not suicidal.
And he could've reached out to Berg with an update.
- He could have reached out to you.
- But he didn't.
So if Berg's lying about Carson, he could be lying about everything.
There is one person we haven't spoken to, all right? And I really believe if we want to get to the truth in all this, we have to talk to this kid's mother.
(knock on door) Duke.
- What's going on? - I'm sorry to have to do this, but HPD received an anonymous tip.
About what? A murder investigation.
We need to search your house.
Let's go, guys.
EMMA: All right, look, we need to expand the search for a Julia Berg.
She may not be at any local hospitals or clinics, but the way the bullets were flying at that house, odds are good she would've caught one.
Let's look at private ambulance companies - Veterinary clinics.
- Shh.
- No, if she's captive or in hiding, she may - Shh.
be trying to get her treatment off the grid.
Okay, good.
Tell him.
Tell him.
Tell him.
No, no, he heard you.
- He heard you.
All right, - Okay, good.
- Agent Vernon, thank you.
Keep me posted.
I'm starting to understand why your partner was so happy to see you cuffed to a table.
- Excuse me? The interrupting.
- Do you do that all the time? - Interrupting? I 'Cause it's incredibly annoying.
There it is again.
I wasn't interrupting.
I was contributing.
- Oh, really? - It's a Is this not a joint inves I'm sorry, I thought it was a joint investigation.
Or is my only contribution the driving? I'm just saying, 30-second phone call, four interruptions.
(phone ringing) Oh, check you out with your ever-growing list of talents.
I can now add math.
Oh, yeah? What else is on that list? Jerry, what do you got? JERRY (over phone): Commander, ballistics came back from Lanai, and it paints a very different picture of our shootout.
We've been working under the assumption that Carson super-soldiered his way through the property, taking out Kalino and his friends.
But what, it didn't happen like that? JERRY: Not exactly.
Combined with the ballistics that NCIS so graciously shared with us, we now know that Carson's gun shot everyone except Hale.
And Hale and Carson were both killed by the other shooters.
STEVE: Hold on a minute.
If these other guys weren't friends of Kalino Hale, who the hell were they, and what were they doing there? JERRY: Not sure.
But Maui County M.
's office I.
'd them, and it seems that they're all on the payroll of Kent International, a private security company on Oahu.
- I know that guy.
I know Phil Kent.
This guy's entire operation's nothing but a bunch of glorified bouncers.
It's like, he's, like, the one-stop shop if you want to hire shady muscle on the island.
So, question is, who hired them? Jerry, you got an address for Kent? Texting it to you now.
(groans) (shouts) (shouts) Move in.
(shouts) That's Kent.
So much for asking who hired him.
JUNIOR: Commander.
You're okay.
You're all right.
I got you.
JUNIOR: I'll call an ambulance.
STEVE: Thank you.
Where's my baby? (cries) Where is he? Branden's okay.
He's okay.
(crying) Julia, your son is healthy and well cared for at King's Hospital.
You'll be with him very soon.
(cries) Thank you.
You're safe now.
My name is Emma, Emma Warren.
I'm with NCIS.
This is Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams from the Five-O Task Force.
Um St-Steve McGarrett? - Yeah.
- Carson told me to find you if I ever made it out of there.
Well, you found me, okay? I'm gonna take a look at this wound.
Is that all right? Yeah.
- (groans, panting) - Listen to me.
Hey, hey.
I know it hurts.
There's an ambulance on the way, okay? Where's Carson? Is he in the hospital, too? Carson didn't make it.
I knew he was hurt.
I didn't realize how bad.
What happened in that house on Lanai, Julia? I was hiding there with Kalino.
We were waiting on new passports when Carson showed up.
Where were you guys headed? As far away from my husband Lee as possible.
(knocking) Kalino, don't answer it.
Carson took Kalino's gun.
Keep your hands where I can see them! Said he was gonna take me and Branden home.
I said the only way that was gonna happen is if he took us there in body bags.
Lee beat me.
For years.
I knew that everything he did to me, eventually, he would do to our child.
I couldn't let that happen.
Carson believed me.
He said he was gonna get us to safety, throw Lee off my trail.
But that's when the shooting started.
(gunfire) Carson and Kalino tried to hold them off, but they took Kalino down.
(shouts) Then I got shot.
I ran to the back bedroom with Branden.
I think Carson was able to kill a bunch of them, but they just kept coming.
(shouts) He was shot, but he managed to get back to us.
He barricaded us in.
I knew I didn't have the strength to make it out of there, so I did what any mother would do.
I begged him to take my son to safety.
(crying) STEVE: Your husband knew he couldn't count on Carson.
He knew that any man worth his salt would hear your story and refuse to bring you home.
Lee was covering his bases.
Hired Carson to track you down and the goons to make sure he got the baby back.
EMMA: We have to arrest him.
(phone beeps) I'll have HPD hold him at the hospital.
Wait, Lee's at the hospital? You didn't let him near my baby, did you? Please, tell me you didn't let him anywhere near my baby.
Excuse me! Stop! Hey, you! Stop! (car door closes) (tires screeching) (indistinct radio chatter) Junior, put out an APB and alert the TSA.
All right? Lee Berg does not leave this island.
He has a plane.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
A plane? What plane? It belongs to the company.
It's how he'll be traveling.
Hey, Jerry, you find that plane? FAA records have it located at a small private airfield in Makiki.
We're close.
From your position, six minutes.
We'll be there in three.
(engine revving) (siren wailing) (tires screeching) STEVE: Lee Berg! It's all over, buddy.
DANNY: If you care about that kid, don't do this.
Hand him over, all right? Getting on that plane.
No, no, no.
As long as I've got him, you won't take the shot.
They won't, but I will.
Give me Branden now.
STEVE: Put your weapons down right now.
(Branden cooing) Careful.
It's okay.
It's okay.
(cooing) Hi.
Hey, little guy.
I missed you.
Well, that was interesting.
Wha? Would you please just admit that you had a good time? Please.
Just once.
As much as you did.
What is this? I'm saying good-bye.
No, no, no.
You arrest a man who solves your case-- the least you can do is buy me a drink.
(sighs) I'm thinking, uh, Pali Bar? Oh.
You would like that place.
No, we're going to O'Connors.
Halfway across the island at rush hour.
You're a genius.
After you.
I knew I should've left you cuffed to that table.
Not too late.
(phone beeps) Hi.
JUNIOR: Hey, it's me.
You got a sec? Yeah.
What's up? I got a call from a buddy on the force.
Says HPD got a search warrant on Adam's house, only, they didn't find anything.
The gun wasn't there? - Are you sure? - Yeah, that's what he said.
You did tell me you put it back, right? Yeah.
I got to go.
(phone beeps) Hi.
Hey, TANI.
You got a minute? Yeah.
What can I do for you? I think you've already done enough.
Why'd you put that in my house? I didn't, Adam.
I found it there when you were away.
You're telling me it's sheer coincidence that a gun I've never seen before turns up in my drawer right after you've been there and then, three hours later, HPD shows up with a search warrant? All right, I know how this looks.
I-I will admit that, when I first found that gun, my first thought was I should turn you in.
But after everything we've been through, I-I couldn't.
So you didn't call HPD? Adam, you saved my brother's life.
That means more to me than anything you might have done.
But if you didn't plant the gun and you didn't tip the cops, who the hell did?
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