Hawaii Five-0 s10e14 Episode Script

I ho'olulu, ho'ohulei 'ia e ka makani (There was a lull, and then the wind began to blow about)

1 (brakes screech) Eddie! Eddie! Stop! Stop right there.
Eddie, no! No! (tires screeching) Hey no, no! Eddie! Eddie! Ed Eddie! Eddie! (horn honks) Eddie.
- (shushing) - (Eddie whimpering) I got you.
I got you, buddy.
I'm right here.
I'm right here.
What the hell got into you, buddy? (Hawaii Five-O theme song playing) I'm gonna be fearless, fearless I'm brave enough to feel this, feel this I'm running down my demons, demons No doubts around it I finally found it - Fearless, fearless - I never thought I'd feel this, feel this I finally believe it, believe it I have a question.
Why would a guy come to a bar and order a club soda? I don't know.
Uh, it's 10:00 a.
? That doesn't stop people at airports.
Oh, so you've been watching me? No.
You are sitting underneath the TV, - and I've been watching that.
- Ah.
But it did have me wonder, because there are a lot of places a guy could go - to get a glass of carbonated water - Mm.
But you came to a bar, and so you want to be drinking, but instead you're staring at a cup of club soda.
Are you, are you the beverage police? Yes, I am.
And I'm writing you up.
(both laugh) You, uh I-I do, I do, uh, drink alcohol, too, sometimes.
Would you like to sit? - Yeah.
- Yeah? Please.
If you insist.
Are we gonna drink alcohol? I mean, it's not the airport, but I'll give it a shot - if you want, yeah.
- All right.
- Hi.
- EKA: Hi.
- What can I get for you? - Hi.
He's gonna have an Irish Mule, - and I - Wha- Hold on.
Uh, what's a - what's an Irish Mule? - Oh, no.
- You'll like it.
It's good.
- Maybe I want a Scotch.
Maybe this isn't about what you want and maybe this is about what you need.
(Eka chuckles) I'd listen to the lady.
Sounds like she knows what she's talking about.
Yeah, she does, but, um, I-I don't even know - what is in an Irish Mule.
- (sighs) He's always like this.
I'm sure he's always like this.
EKA: The ginger in the ginger beer is gonna help improve your brain function.
Which will maybe bring you back to the land of the living.
And the whiskey, well, that is nothing less than a time-honored tradition to elevate one's mood.
- Aha.
- Mm-hmm.
- Two Irish Mules, then.
- Actually, that's too sweet for me.
- I'm gonna have a Scotch.
- You got it.
You're very funny.
What's your name? Oh, God, that's so cliché.
Really, you're gonna meet someone at a bar, and that's your opening line? I just, I feel like you're the type of guy who comes up with something more original.
I-I generally would be that type of guy.
Maybe I get a drink in me first and that'll help.
I'll allow it.
- You will.
- Yes.
This will be a two-way street.
I will not ask you your name, I will not ask you what you do.
And we will think of only interesting - and original things to talk about.
- Okay.
- (phone ringing) - We will do that, um Right after you take that.
It's-it's a work thing.
I-I promise I'll be right back.
- Mm.
- If you touch my Irish Mule, I'll, um, I'll do something terrible.
Okay? Give me one second.
Um, I'm Just, quick question: um, how am I supposed to have a couple personal days if you keep calling me all the time? STEVE: Relax.
It's not a work thing.
I'm just checking in with you.
I'm-I'm doing fine.
But, hey, I-I did, I called Adam again, a-and it went straight to voice mail.
All right, so I'm thinking, Mm-hmm.
Usually it rings a couple times, then it goes to voice mail.
So, when-when in life do you turn your phone off? I don't know.
Uh, when I'm on a plane, I guess.
That's right.
Right, so maybe he's on his way back from wherever he was.
- Yeah, it's possible.
(shushes) - (whines) Hang on.
You're okay, you're okay.
(shushes) It's all right.
It's all right.
How's Eddie doing? Uh, he seemed a little off when I left.
No, he's worse than "off.
" He took off from the house, ran into traffic on Kalanianaole.
I just pulled him out.
- You need a hand? - No, no, no, I'm good.
I got the vet coming by pretty soon.
Is that the vet, the nice vet lady that you took out on a date and it went really great and you didn't ask her out again because you're insane or something? Yes, her.
Listen, uh after I'm done here, I'm gonna go grab a bite to eat.
You want to join me? Uh, no, I don't want to have a bite with you.
In fact, I am sitting at a bar right now with a very pretty lady.
What are you doing talking to me? Are you crazy? Listen to me, Danny, don't blow this very rare opportunity that a w a female wants to converse with you.
Get this she actually came up to me.
Oh, wait, is she a bartender? 'Cause you know that she has to talk to you.
If that's the case, that's her job.
Tell Eddie I love him.
Okay? Goodbye.
Very sorry.
Sorry, sorry.
It's fine.
Is everything okay? - Yeah, everything's good.
- Okay.
- All right.
Down the hatch.
- All right.
- Cheers.
- Yep.
- Mmm.
- That's a lot.
It's, uh, it's good.
So, how-how are you liking the island so far? - So far? - Mm-hmm.
- What makes you think I'm new here? - Oh, well, the outfit, for one.
Which I like very much.
It's very classy.
You look fantastic.
But it's very East Coast.
And you look like, uh, you know, you'd be gainfully employed, but, uh, we're at a bar, not an office.
- Thank you.
- So here-here's what I'm thinking.
I'm thinking either you, um, you got a new gig, flew out here for it, it hasn't started yet, or you-you know, you're doing, like, half-days while you, while y-you get yourself settled.
How am I doing? Warm? Hot? Cold? - Yeah, I think you're pretty warm.
- Thanks.
So are you, like you're, like, a detective or something? - Something like that.
- (laughs) Can I tell you things? Can I be honest? - Please.
- I'm not, I'm not too sure about this place.
Not The, um, the island.
I understand.
And, uh, I felt the same way when I first got here, but it grows on you.
- Right.
I'll believe that.
- Mm-hmm.
(laughs) (moaning) - DANNY: That was, uh - Yeah, it was.
For the record not that, uh, you're keeping a record or anything - (laughs) - but, uh, I've never done this before.
- Yeah.
Me, neither.
- Oh, that's good.
Um I don't know, if you're up for it sometime, maybe I'd like to take you out to dinner or something like that? - (laughs): Take me out to dinner? - Yeah, something like that.
Yes, I would, um, I would like that very much.
- (quietly): Good.
- Good.
Just, um - What-what are you doing? - I'm calling a Lyft.
Oh, why you calling a Lyft? I think, I think I could give you a ride home.
- Oh, you could give me a ride? - Mm-hmm.
You don't, you don't have to do that.
I know, I'd like to do that.
Uh, and I had one sip of that drink.
I know, you did not like that.
It was okay.
I guess I'm gonna get in a strange man's car.
You are gonna get in a strange man's midsize rental.
- Wow.
- Yeah.
- A midsize rental.
- Yeah.
But it came with a beautiful, uh, tropical air freshener.
Uh, you know, on second thought, I'll probably just take the bus.
- Shut up.
- (laughs) - (lock clicks) - Whoa, hey.
- What? - You trying to get busted? Let me just make sure the coast is clear.
Frickin' amateur hour over here.
(chuckles): Sorry, sorry.
Free As a driving wheel DANNY: Hey, I don't, I don't want to, uh, I don't want to pry, but, uh, why Haleiwa? Oh.
I don't know.
Uh, my friend lives there - Oh.
- with her husband and these rotten kids.
I'm just staying there until I can find a room of my own in Honolulu.
Uh, how's that going for you, the search? Oh, it's terrible.
It's the worst.
Um This place I saw the other week, it was pretty cool 'cause it's about a half a block away from where Benny Agbayani went to high school.
Okay, stop everything right now.
Did you just name-drop late-90s Mets outfielder Benny Agbayani? - Wow.
- (laughs) You got that reference.
Yeah Me? I'm-I'm The Hawaiian Punch? I was at the game.
- No, you were not.
You were not.
- Yes, I was.
- Don't No.
- I'm telling you, it was the craziest thing I've ever seen live.
I'm telling you, it was, it was, it was nuts.
That's crazy.
Thought it was the third out.
- Yeah.
- Ah, I knew you were from the East Coast.
You're from the East Coast.
Okay, I think that you are from Jersey.
- Yes, I am.
Yes, I am.
- I love Jersey.
That makes two of us.
Well, I'm from Massapequa.
- All right.
Strong Island.
- But I love Passaic.
My-my favorite aunt lived there.
- Okay.
- Yeah, it was the best.
I'd go see her and we'd watch R-rated movies and we'd order sausage pizza from Romeo's.
Well, your aunt has very good taste.
He sees us, right? - Hey - Hold on.
- (horn honks) - (tires screeching) Oh, my God! (both grunting, groaning) (doorbell rings) Doc, hey.
Thanks so much.
Uh, come in, come in.
Um, I know you don't usually do house calls.
Yeah, no, I don't, but it sounded urgent.
- Where is he? - He's in the kitchen.
Small confined space, right? Like you said.
Yeah, good.
Oh, well, uh whoa.
Probably, it's probably best if I conduct my initial exam without you.
It's just that dogs, they pick up on our anxiety and Yeah, I got a little bit of that today.
Um, just so you know, uh, what's been going on lately, has been, uh, bizarre.
- I mean, he's not himself.
- How so? - What do you mean? - Well, he's kind of s He's skittish and jumpy, he's, like, on high alert all the time.
And you know Eddie.
He's a relaxed guy.
Right? I mean, at the moment, I can't, I can't close a drawer in the, in the bedroom without him totally freaking out.
And this morning, the door was cracked a little bit.
He bolted.
He's never done that before.
He ended up in the middle of Kalanianaole.
Almost got us both killed pulling him out of that traffic.
Well, uh, how about I go take a look at him? Yeah, yeah; yeah, yeah.
Hey, there, Eddie.
Remember me? Stitched you up a little while back? Okay it's maybe not the most pleasant of memories.
Right? I thought we had a little bit of a bond, hmm? Now let's see what's going on with you, bud.
Come on.
Let's see, bud Good boy All right.
Let's just check those pearly whites All right.
Good boy.
Good boy.
(both groaning) (groans) Uh, hey - Look at me.
You okay? - Yeah - Look at me.
- Uh, it hurts All right.
It hurts.
I'm gonna get my phone, all right? (exhales) Hey.
- Mm-hmm? - Where's your phone? Uh, it's in my, um, it's in my bag.
(grunts) (Leslie panting) LESLIE: Oh, God, my legs God, it hurts.
All right.
We got no service.
I'm gonna I'm gonna go up to the road, - try to get a signal, okay? - Mm-hmm All right? (exhales sharply) Okay.
We're gonna be fine, all right? I promise.
- Huh? - Mm Seven-two-four.
- Huh? - The, um the last three digits (exhales) of the plate were seven, two, four.
Don't worry about that right now, okay? You have to tell you have to tell the police, so that he doesn't hurt anyone.
He already hurt somebody.
Just just breathe.
It's gonna be okay, I promise, all right? Be right back.
Seven-two-four, right? Got it.
(moans) The door's jammed.
(panting) - Hey.
- Hey.
He's showing signs of post-traumatic stress.
PTS? Okay, h I know military working dogs can get PTS, but he's never shown a hint of that.
Maybe so.
But what he's exhibiting right now, hyper-vigilance, an elevated heart rate, dilated pupils; - those are telltale signs.
- Doc, this doesn't make any sense.
Uh, look, after the Marines, he was with the DEA for years.
Why now? Look, Steve, you and I both know PTS is varied; it's complex.
We understand very little of how it affects humans, much less dogs.
I don't know; in my opinion, I think that Eddie must have some long-buried trauma that for some reason has just resurfaced.
But I don't know.
I'm not an expert in this, so sorry I can't be more helpful.
No, no, you've been plenty helpful, thank you.
I'm, I'm just, you know (exhales) Thank you.
I mean - I-I got a place to start now, right? - Yeah.
Um, Emma, before you leave? I feel like I should probably bring up the, uh How how you never called me back? - Yes.
- (chuckles) And, uh first of all, I'm really sorry.
I just want to let you know that, uh, it wasn't because I didn't like you, 'cause I did, I do.
I mean I have always had a problem balancing the job with my life, and historically, uh, my personal life always gets the short end of the stick, and I guess I just wanted to let you know that, um it wasn't a you issue.
Uh I'm the problem.
Typically, when men say something like that to me, I think about which shin I should kick.
(chuckles) But I don't know, for some reason, when you say it, I believe you.
Well, you should, 'cause it's the truth.
Hey, look, there's no hard feelings.
- 'Cause I'm seeing someone.
- That's great.
Yeah, it turns out there are some good guys on those godforsaken apps, so I'm legitimately happy for you.
You deserve it.
Anyway, I don't want to hold you hostage.
Thank you.
Bye, Steve.
Oh, and keep me posted on Eddie.
I will, I promise.
Thanks again, Emma.
(phone rings) Big man on campus.
- How's Parents Weekend? - GROVER: Expensive.
Renee's got me running all over the place running errands while she's helping Will decorate his new off-campus apartment.
- Uh-huh.
- Boy, these kids now.
Did you know, when I went away to school, you know what my parents gave me? A ratty old blanket and a roll of quarters for the pay phone and the laundromat.
Now, Father of the Year, aka yours truly, is going out to buy Will a flat screen TV and a portable air conditioning unit.
Come on, you love spoiling that kid, you know it.
Yeah, I know, but let that be our little secret.
Listen, the reason I'm calling you is because I got a text from Tani, and she said that Eddie's in a bad way.
He's not doing too good.
The vet just left.
She said she thinks it's PTS, but she's no expert.
Well, fret not, pal of mine, because I happen to know one.
Will played high school baseball with the son of a resident Army veterinarian.
And his primary expertise is in military working dogs.
- Are you kidding me right now? - About Eddie? Bite your tongue, man.
I love that dog, so I reached out to him.
And he thinks he can help.
His name is Dr.
Art Currin.
You'll find him at the Veterinary Treatment Facility at Fort Shafter.
And he's expecting you, too.
How about that? Thank you so much, Lou.
I really appreciate this.
No problem, man.
Anything for that pup.
All right, I got to go.
I'm late for an argument.
- (whimpers) - Shh you're okay.
You're okay.
You're okay.
(Leslie groaning) - (whimpers) - Shh-shh-shh-shh-shh.
You were right to bring him in.
Eddie is definitely exhibiting signs of canine PTS.
He recently suffer any trauma in the field? No.
I mean, that's the thing.
He's been, he's been with me for, uh, couple years now, and he's been exposed to, to gunshots, to explosions, uh, he's-he's never had a bad reaction.
Before he came to me, he was a DEA dog.
And then preceding that, he was with a Marine unit in Afghanistan.
I'm trying to think what I could have exposed him to.
I've had a lot going on in my personal life.
I-I guess, uh It's killing me, Doc, to think that maybe I-I've exposed him to something that's, that's, that's had this reaction.
I can tell you're hurting.
You shouldn't beat yourself up.
It's not uncommon for canine PTS to stay dormant for weeks, months, sometimes years; lying dormant till something sets it off.
That something can be a sound, sight, smell.
Literally anything can bring an old trauma back to the surface.
My guess, this didn't happen because of something you exposed him to.
You would have noticed the signs immediately if you had.
More likely, Eddie was alone when the triggering event happened; in your home, perhaps outside.
It's not your fault, Commander.
- Now let's talk treatment.
- Mm.
First, I'll administer an anxiolytic to help with the underlying anxiety.
Honestly, the meds are just a band-aid.
You're gonna have to figure out exactly what triggered Eddie and remove it from his environment, or, frankly, his condition's only gonna get worse.
That said, you can't know what you need to remove until you determine - the root cause of this trauma.
- Right.
Lou tells me you're a seasoned investigator.
Something like that, yeah.
- It's time to investigate this.
- Understood.
Eddie's first handler he was killed in action in Afghanistan.
- You know any details about how? - No.
Well, then I'd start there.
- (phone rings) - Steve.
You got me and Quinn.
How's the little man? He's all right.
He's a little quiet.
I think it's the meds.
So the Army vet was helpful? He was.
He was very helpful.
But, uh, Eddie's not out of the woods yet.
We still need to figure out what triggered it.
So where do we start, boss? We start by turning back the clock.
Eddie's first handler was killed in action in Afghanistan.
I want to know everything that happened that day.
Okay? The doctor seems to think that his trauma is rooted there, so let's dig around and see if we can find anything actionable.
If we can't, look into his DEA history.
But my gut says that the doctor's right, and his trauma is linked to the death of his old handler.
That was a one-of-a-kind bond, and it got broken.
In the meantime, I don't want to leave him alone, so if you guys could do me a favor, I want you to go talk to Colonel O'Donnell at MCBH.
He should be able to put us in contact - with Eddie's old unit.
- TANI: On it.
We'll send you an update ASAP as long as you give Eddie a belly rub from us.
STEVE: Will do.
(phone beeps) (sighs) Hang in there, buddy.
All right, just relax, okay? Here's what we're gonna do.
I just need to get you stable.
I'm gonna go up the road and I'm gonna flag down a car, all right? We're gonna take a look.
- Okay? - Okay.
Let me see.
Okay, ow, ow, ow, ow, ow.
No, no, no, no, no.
I can't feel my l I can't feel my leg, can't feel my leg.
It hurts everywhere.
There's something wrong with my back.
Okay, all right, so look, just breathe, focus on me.
Look at me.
Everything's gonna be okay, all right? I'm just gonna check you out and see where else you're hurt, okay? Yeah, you do that.
You need to do that.
All right.
Lean forward a little bit, just a little bit.
- (groaning) - Little bit, little bit.
- Okay, I see it.
- (whimpers) (heavy breathing) DANNY: Okay.
All right.
All right, stay like that.
- What is that? What is that? - It's just a little cut.
What was that? What is it? Is it bad? - It's bad.
- No.
It's just a little cut.
- Just, look it, look it, - I got to get it cleaned up, and then we'll be okay, all right? Just tell me.
Just don't lie to me, please.
Don't lie to me now.
It's not good.
Okay? It's a little bad, but I'm gonna fix it, all right? I'm gonna get you stable, and everything's gonna be okay.
You are gonna make it through this.
You understand? (quietly): Yeah.
O'DONNELL: You're looking for personnel information on the dog's old unit? - Yes, sir.
- Eddie, is it? TANI: Correct.
Um, specifically, we would be grateful to speak with any of the Marines that were on duty the day that Eddie's handler was killed.
I understand.
Uh, Corporal Bollinger was killed in Farah Province on July 9, 2013.
Of the unit on patrol, two men died that day.
Another two are on active missions in classified locations, thus unreachable.
But it looks as though two Marines - might be available to make contact.
- That's great.
One has left the service.
He's now a firefighter in Portland.
Uh, Maine, not Oregon.
And the other, he was the unit's radio operator.
He's currently stationed at Marine Wing Liaison Kadena at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa.
Thank you so much, Colonel.
- Happy to help.
- Thank you.
I hope the warrior's better soon.
- Thank you, sir.
- Absolutely.
(grunting) LESLIE: Anything? I'm looking.
I thought you said this place grows on you.
It does.
Do me a favor and don't talk.
You got to save your energy, okay? - There's so much blood.
- I know.
I'll take care of that right now, okay? Okay.
Lean forward - for me.
- Mm-hmm.
- (groans) - All right.
Lean back, and good pressure on that, okay? All right, we're gonna take care of this now.
This is probably gonna hurt, but I got to stop this bleeding, all right? - Okay, I got it.
- (whimpering) Come on, come on, you're tough.
You're tough.
Look at me.
Look at me.
Stay with me, okay? I'm scared.
I know you're scared, but you don't have to be.
You're gonna be okay.
I'm right here, all right? I don't pray.
- You don't have to pray.
- I should pray.
No, you don't have to pray 'cause I'm right here, okay? All you got to do is hang tough.
All right? Look at me, we're gonna get out of this thing.
I'm gonna go up there, I'm gonna flag down a car, we're gonna go home.
Okay? Promise.
I promise.
Don't get upset, okay? You know, since we're being honest with each other, I, um, something I didn't tell you that I think I should.
You know, you said your aunt used to take you to, uh, to Romeo's.
I know Romeo's very well.
I actually got into a-a fight in front of Romeo's when I was in, when I was in school when I was a kid.
You serious right now? Yeah.
Seventh grade.
Seventh grade, there was these two big high school jerks that were messing with my friend, calling him fat 'cause I don't know, calling him butterball.
Well, was he fat? Yeah, he was very fat.
You know, he was, he was a big kid.
He used to pop zeppolis like they were Tic Tacs.
Anyway, it doesn't justify the ridicule, you know? I agree with that.
What happened? Why, I, uh, I, uh They were in high school.
They were big high school basketball players.
They beat me up pretty good.
I got my ass kicked, you know.
- You're a good guy.
- Thanks.
QUINN: Just got a text from the radio op, he should be ready to Skype McGarrett in a few minutes.
- Eddie okay? - He's restless.
He's restless.
McGarrett's trying to settle him for a nap.
He did lap up some of the water from the bowl that I brought, though, so Oh, that's weird.
Did you tell him the water was for Eddie? (chuckles) You want to talk about it? I don't know.
I Okay, fine.
Um So I go upstairs, and I'm-I'm thinking about Eddie, and I'm-I'm worried about him.
I'm thinking about all the terrible things that have happened to him.
I'm thinking about the trauma that almost got him killed today.
And then I-I walked by Junior's room Junior's not invincible either.
And now he's off on his secret SEAL mission, and I haven't heard from him since the morning that he left.
But, like, I'm-I'm-I'm trying not to think about it.
Um Just being in this house is doesn't make it easier.
You're right.
Junior's not invincible, but he is tough as hell.
And I know that he will do everything that he can to get back home safe, back to the people that he loves.
- Hey.
You okay? - Hi.
I think he, uh, he's finally sleeping, so - (laptop chimes) - Okay, this is him.
Okay, his name is Sergeant Victor Michaels.
- I brought him up to speed.
- Copy that.
- Sergeant Michaels, can you hear me? - Loud and clear, Commander.
Thank you very much for your time today.
I appreciate it.
Hey, I always got time for Eddie.
- Sorry to hear what he's going through.
- Yeah, appreciate that.
We spoke with his doctor, and the doctor said if we can figure out what the-the trigger is for him, then maybe we can prevent this from happening in the future.
We're pretty sure it's connected to the death of his handler, so and I'm very sorry to ask this 'cause I know how hard it is But anything you could tell us about that day, uh, it'd be really helpful.
Of course.
That's not the kind of day you forget.
As soon as we got out of the Humvees, I had that that eerie feeling.
You know the one, like there was death in the air.
The area was littered with IEDs.
It felt like the whole place - could blow at any second.
- (Eddie barking) Eddie, he had about the best nose in the Corps.
That area was a straight-up death trap.
All it took is for one boot to take one step out of formation, and - (screams) - (Eddie whines) Suddenly I was on my back.
I remember the first thing I saw were purple flowers, covered in blood that I thought was mine.
And that's when I spotted Eddie.
He looked injured, but then he got up.
He had to find his handler.
Those two had a special bond.
(whining) Bollinger was a good man.
I'm sure he was.
I'm sorry.
Thank you, Commander.
- I'm not sure if any of that helps.
- I know, I I think it really does.
Listen, those purple flowers you mentioned, you remember what they were called? Oh, yeah, they grew all over the place in, uh, Farah.
It's that restharrow stuff.
Well, thank you again, Sergeant.
Of course.
And look, you take care of that dog, sir.
Lord knows he took care of us.
I will.
See what I'm seeing? If you're talking about the look of a man who's about to crack the code, then that's an affirmative.
All right, all right.
I need you to lean forward.
I'm gonna change these dressings, okay? (groaning) - Can I ask you something? - Of course.
Why were you in that bar? That's really what you want to talk about right now? If I can't be rescued, I shall be entertained.
You are going to be rescued, okay? I was in that bar because I was in a mood because of my ex-wife.
Yeah, yeah, that'll do it.
(groans) How long you been split up? If I, uh, if I try to tell you that whole story, we'll both be dead before I finish.
We were sort of trying to work it out the last year or so.
- Didn't take? - No, no.
- We're better off as friends.
- Yeah.
I've been there.
Yeah? You got some stories of your own? - Mm-hmm.
- Really? - A lady never tells.
- Ah.
- (car approaching) - It's a car.
- No, no, no, no.
You can't leave me, - Hey, look at me, - look at me, look at me.
You're fine.
- you can't leave me.
You can't leave me - you can't go.
- I'll stop the car, we get an ambulance, and then we go home, okay? That's all, that's all.
Please don't go.
(groans) Hey! Stop! Hey, hey! Hey! Hey! (cries out) (groaning) Hey, hey, hey.
Hey, hey, hey.
Hey, wake up.
Wake up, wake up.
There you go.
Hey, I missed the car.
Okay? - Okay.
It's not your fault.
- Oh, thank you.
- Mm-hmm.
- Are you always this unlucky? I was in that bar, wasn't I? Come on.
Let me check you out here.
Let me see.
All right, this is good.
Let me see your back.
Hey, you gotta stay awake for me.
Okay? Stay awake.
(groans) - You're out of towels.
- It's all right.
It's gonna be okay.
Not of we don't stop the bleeding.
I got this.
Gonna (groaning) All right, lean back.
Lean back.
You gotta keep pressure on your back and you're gonna be fine.
We're getting out of here.
Okay? All right? Just breathe easy.
Easy, okay? Excuse me.
Can I help you? We sure hope so.
I'm Tani Rey.
This is Quinn Liu.
We work with your neighbor, Steve McGarrett.
- I hope we're not intruding.
- No, not at all.
Steve mentioned you're a botany professor.
I am.
We came from central Connecticut, so this is paradise.
The biodiversity of flora here is incredible.
90% of plant life found in Hawaii can't be found anywhere else in the world.
Uh, you obviously didn't come by - to hear me geek out about plants.
- Actually Oahu's climate can support the growth of just about anything, so I've planted rare species from all over the world.
For my students to study and enjoy.
Someday for my son, too.
This is the one you were asking about.
Spiny restharrow.
Known to Latin speakers as ononis spinosa.
- It's quite lovely, isn't it? - TANI: It is, yeah.
So Eddie must have gotten through the hedges connecting the yards, or through the gate.
Either way, he was nosing around, smelled them and got triggered.
I don't understand.
Are you talking about Eddie, Steve's dog? Is he all right? It wouldn't be a problem if he ingested it.
It's not poisonous.
It-It's not that.
Um, I'm not sure if Steve told you, but Eddie was a military working dog.
He served with the Marines in Afghanistan.
These plants are abundant there.
And he suffered a combat trauma in a field full of them.
A couple days ago, Eddie's canine PTS was triggered.
And my plants were the trigger.
Oh, I feel awful.
Oh, please.
How could you know? None of us did.
Regardless, I will remove these right away.
I can call a few of my students and have them help me transfer them to the greenhouse on campus.
Thank you.
We appreciate your understanding.
- Steve will, too.
- Yeah.
Oh, come on.
- Come on, wake up.
- Uh, wha- Wake up.
You're okay.
All right? Just breathe.
Just breathe.
There you go.
That's good.
All right, look, you're stable right now - and you're strong.
- I don't feel strong.
All right? You're strong.
All we gotta do is catch a break.
Okay? That's it.
That all we gotta do, all right? - You cold? - (shivering) I'm tired.
- All right.
You're all right.
- I'm tired.
So cold.
I know, I know.
I know, I know.
I know.
I know.
Hey, I know.
Come on.
Come on, won't you come on? Okay.
Okay, good.
- Can't stay awake.
- Okay.
Can't stay awake.
No All right.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come o (shouting): Come on! Somebody! - Come on! - (honks horn) Come on! - Wake up! Come on! - (honking horn repeatedly) Come on! (truck horn honking in distance) Hey.
- You hear that? - Don't miss this one.
(tires screech) (air brakes hiss) Hey, I'm a cop.
I need to use your radio to call an ambulance.
- Of course.
- (Danny groans) Channel nine.
- Is it good? - Yeah.
All right, this is Detective Danny Williams with the Five-O Task Force.
I need an ambulance, uh, Waianae Valley Road, about a mile past Haleahi.
Um, got life-threatening injuries sustained by a female.
She's lost a lot of blood.
I need an ambulance immediately.
DISPATCH: Copy, Detective.
Sending paramedic units to your location right away.
Right now, right now, please.
Aw, look at you two.
Love is real.
Yeah, you know, uh, I think rom-coms want us to believe that a race to the airport tops the list of romantic gestures, but I believe that dodging traffic has that beat.
Not to mention I always thought chasing somebody to the airport was a little psycho.
You know, it's strange, out there this morning in the traffic, where Eddie made eye contact with me, and I could see his panic and his fear, not knowing which way to turn.
And I swear to God, I could relate.
And after everything that's happened this year that's exactly where I would be if I didn't have this dog to lean on every day.
If I didn't have all of you.
Not going anywhere, Steve.
Yeah, ditto.
And I don't think young Edward here is gonna be moving for the next 18 hours.
So I hope you're comfortable.
By the way, um, how's Danny doing? I heard he was taking a few days.
I spoke to him this morning.
He's good.
- Yeah.
- (knock on door) - Oh, maybe that's him now.
- Not unless he forgot his key.
It's been a minute.
ADAM: Yeah, I, uh I'm sorry I was gone so long.
I just, um I just had to get away.
Clear my head.
I get it.
Welcome home, bro.
(groaning) (grunts) (Danny grunting, panting) Hey, hey Hey.
Good news.
Ambulance is on the way.
Huh? Okay? So you gotta stay awake.
All right? Okay.
Okay, there you go.
(chuckles) - What's so funny? - What's so funny? I got, I got the luck, like you said.
I meet the girl of my dreams, and I get into a car accident.
Ah, you're okay.
Things are gonna work out for you.
Stay awake.
Hey, you never told me your name.
My name? My name is Danny.
My name's Danny.
You gonna tell me your name now? Huh? Huh? No, no.
Hey, hey.
Wake up.
Wake Wake up.
(exhales sharply) (sighs) (sirens approaching) (sirens wailing)
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