Lethal Weapon (2016) s03e10 Episode Script

There Will Be Bud

1 ("WEDDING MARCH" PLAYING) PRIEST: Dear friends and family, we've gathered here to witness and celebrate the union of Andrew Simon and Natalie Flynn in marriage.
(TIRES SCREECHING) Stop the wedding.
(PEOPLE GASPING) Cole? What are you doing? I'm sorry, Natalie.
I can't let you go through with this.
I told you, we should have gotten married in Hawaii.
Get out of here.
Just hear me out.
I know I'm not perfect, but I love you.
And I'm pretty sure that you love me.
Now, you have two choices: you can play it safe and marry Andrew, or you can listen to your heart and drive off with me right now.
In my car, because yours is pretty damaged.
Did you really think this would work? That you would just barge in, profess your love, and we would kiss and run off together? Sometimes we brace And then fall Well, this sucks.
Sometimes we don't feel right Sometimes we don't fall at all Wake up, sleepyhead.
(DISTORTED): Thank you, my love Huh? Oh.
- (CHUCKLES): - Okay.
I thought we'd have some more fun before you left for work.
- (GIGGLES) - Yeah.
Let's have some more fun.
Absolutely.
Um can I ask you a question? I'm Julie.
We met at a bar last night.
- That's not what I was gonna ask you.
- Oh.
Are you a fan of pancakes, and if so, do you have any pancake mix? (CHUCKLES) Yes.
To both.
Good.
Now back to your idea.
Okay, I got this.
I got - Stop that! - (BABBLES) Oh.
- I don't have this.
- (LAUGHS) I'm gonna have to get your Velcros.
No, I understand.
Thank you so much.
I appreciate the call.
All right.
Bye-bye.
Oh.
Harper's day care closed for 24 hours.
Measle outbreak.
Couldn't happen at a worse time.
It's okay.
We got this.
Right? We got this.
- (CHUCKLES) - We just call her sitter, that's all.
Honey, she's away.
Semester at Sea.
So Roger, I hate to say it, but one of us has to stay home from work.
Yeah, well, I just got called to a crime scene.
- I can't.
I - Well, I have court in an hour.
Uh Oh, really? What is, "Uh"? - What is that? - No, I-I'm just saying, is-is this courtroom drama really life and death? Or is it someone trying to weasel out of a speeding ticket? You know, moving violation defense may not be world-changing or lucrative, but it is how a solo practitioner builds her practice.
And your homicide victim isn't getting any deader.
- Wow.
- I just You know I I feel what you're doing, and you know - I didn't mean it like that.
- Okay, I will call Cole and see if he can stand in for me.
- I appreciate it.
- It went to voice mail.
He's been tough to reach ever since Natalie got engaged.
He's probably somewhere balled up in a fetal position.
Do you remember what I asked you before we fell asleep? About the wedding? Yeah.
Yeah.
Right, of course.
You don't have to come.
It's tonight, and it could be awful 'cause my ex will be there.
Plus, I know we just met.
Are we talking open bar? Open bar.
Black tie, the whole deal.
So if it's not your thing I'm in.
I love weddings.
Oh! You're incredible.
- You're incredible.
- (JULIE CHUCKLES) Oh, my gosh.
(GASPS) Oh.
- Are you okay? - Oh, my God.
- Here.
- Oh, my God.
(GASPS) She's gonna kill me.
- Who? - I don't live here.
I'm house-sitting for my college roommate.
Erica's coming back today.
She's super uptight.
She's a D.
A.
Did you say Erica? - A D.
A.
named - She really loved that table.
Okay, it's a big city.
Common name.
There's probably a long list of D.
A.
s named Erica.
- Is her mom - A senator.
- Her mom's a senator.
- And that's a shorter list.
- (CAR ALARM BEEPS) - (JULIE GASPS) - She's early.
- What? Wait, what are you doing? It was really great to meet you, Julie.
I'm gonna go out your bathroom window now.
Okay.
- Uh - Hey, Jules.
Caught an early flight.
Yum, it smells like pancakes.
(SQUEAKING NEARBY) Did someone just go out the bathroom window? No.
Uh before you get upset, I really like this guy.
Hmm.
You have got to be kidding me.
So, you dreamt you broke up Natalie's wedding when in reality you had just slept with Erica? No, I slept with Erica's friend Julie in Erica's super nice house, which Erica doesn't know about.
Okay, and now you're going to Natalie's wedding tonight? No, I'm going to Julie's wedding.
Sorry, Julie's friend's wedding.
- One more time from the top? - No.
I know enough about your soap opera life already.
Look, what is the world coming to? Look at this.
A weed truck crashes into a carousel where children play.
This stuff gets delivered like pizza now.
Weed and pizza.
Now, that's a good business idea.
One-stop shop.
Uh, Scorsese, what do we have here? Our victim's a 35-year-old male.
Kendal Green.
Senior manager of HerbLeaf, Incorporated.
He operates this truck.
So grisly.
SCORSESE: And his carotid artery was cut on both sides with a non-serrated blade, like a - Garden shears.
- Oh, a horticulturalist.
- Murtaugh, up top.
- (STAMMERS) No.
Uh, deep down, I think you want to.
That is his business partner, Raymond.
Just arrived.
And he's super stoned, so have fun with that.
Raymond.
Raymond.
We'd like to ask you - a few questions.
- Mm, get in line, Detective.
- Oh, crap.
- The D.
A.
's office has been fielding a number of complaints against this company, so we're gonna go first.
I'd like to see all your transactions - for the past six months.
- Don't say anything.
RAYMOND: No problem.
They're, um, back in the office.
We'll give you a ride.
Oh, uh, Detective Cole, I believe this belongs to you.
Oh.
Cool.
Thank you.
I took the $43 in cash as a down payment towards my new kitchen table.
Do you have anything to say? I hear you have a very lovely kitchen.
LEO: Beep, beep.
Beep.
Coming through.
Beep, beep, beep.
- Leo.
- Trish Murtaugh? - Hey.
- What are you doing down here - on the battlefields of justice? - Nothing.
Just appearance in front of Judge Leon.
- Ugh.
Traffic court.
- Yeah.
Hey, it's a good place to work on your craft, and smart move bringing the bambino.
Anyway, I've got to go.
I've got my class action lawsuit against Gehrman-Driscoll.
- Gehrman-Driscoll? - Yeah.
- The Fortune 500 Gehrman-Driscoll? - It turns out they have been putting a very toxic chemical into some of their cleaning supplies, as evidenced by my very sickly client Preston here.
Preston, put on the mask.
What are you doing? - Okay, I'm sorry.
Okay.
- What are You're killing me here.
Anyway, good luck with the double parkers.
Bye, Harper.
Like Abraham Lincoln, I have less than one year of formal schooling.
But I shall prove that Gehrman-Driscoll acted with malice and reckless disregard for human life.
- And furthermore - Your Honor, I move you put an end to this farce right now by failing to certify Mr.
Getz's class of barely half a dozen plaintiffs.
I object.
On what grounds, Mr.
Getz? On many fertile, hallowed grounds.
The halls of justice.
Such as? Such as - (WHISPERS): Uh, Leo.
- Yeah? Uh (WHISPERS): Trish, I don't know what this is.
The public policy clause in the California Code of Civil Procedure, statute 382.
What she said.
That.
Objection sustained.
Opening remarks tomorrow at 9:00.
And you are? LEO: Oh, Trish Murtaugh.
My, uh, my co-counsel.
And this is her little paralegal.
Say hi.
(CHUCKLES) Harper, say hi to the judge.
Hi.
ERICA: My couch smells like cheap cologne, along with everything that your drunk hands and God knows what else touched last night.
COLE: Well, I definitely didn't go anywhere near your clothes.
You wore my robe.
- (SIGHS) - Okay, God.
Please, stop.
Both of you.
I don't want to know what happened last night.
Just answer me this: do I need to call HR? - No.
- We're good.
Okay.
Good.
So, tell me about the murder at the cannabis truck.
The owners have been on the D.
A.
's radar for the past few weeks.
Their products have been sending their customers to the hospital.
COLE: Someone sent Kendal Green right to the morgue.
My money's on his previous employer.
Green Harvest? We all have areas of expertise.
Mine happens to be weed dealers.
That explains your collection of Phish CDs.
When Kendal left, the owners tried to sue him for unshared revenue.
There were threatening texts.
Hey, look.
It's a motive.
Go talk to them.
Cole.
You wore her robe? Yeah.
That robe wore me.
Yeah, I have a robe like that.
You know what the worst part of this whole thing is? Julie actually thinks she likes you.
She has no idea - what a train wreck you are.
- Train wreck? - Roger, get involved here.
- I don't have the stomach for this.
I'm gonna go talk to some violent murder suspects.
I get it.
You just got kicked to the curb by your ex.
You're going through something.
What? This has nothing to do with Natalie.
Yeah.
Right.
Look, Julie just went through a rocky breakup.
She needs reliability.
I'm Mr.
Reliable.
Ooh.
Weed truck.
Um, hello.
I'm still talking here, Mr.
Reliable.
I've been having dreams 'bout the bankroll Hi.
Welcome to the Green Harvest.
How may weed help you? "Weed help you.
" Punny.
(CHUCKLES) Yay, legalization.
Listen, uh, I'd like to talk to you about your former partner, Kendal Green.
Uh, you should talk to Shep.
He's the owner.
Just give me a minute.
I've been gettin' money with my eyes Jackpot.
What are you doing? Scratch that.
Whatever you're doing, stop.
Are you never not entering places you're not welcome? You're gonna blow this investigation.
You can't be in here without a warrant.
- You have to have - Probable cause.
That's what you were gonna say, right? See, I was listening.
Hi.
Welcome to Green Harvest.
How may weed help you? Yeah, it's-it's still me.
Damn, Shep.
I'm about to just black out See, I'm not a total (SHOUTS) Whoa.
Train wreck! - (SHOUTS) - I'm about to just black out Put your hands in the air Let me know you out there I've found the key in these situations is to remain calm.
How often does this happen to you?! In the air Let me know you out there (GRUNTS) Less than you think, more than I care to admit to.
Let's go! Hungover and I'm back out Party and I'm blacked out Black card that just maxed out - I'm about to just black out - Uh, Cole? Stop the truck.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Okay.
And I'm blacked out Black card that just maxed out I'm about to just black out (SHOUTS) Hi.
LAPD.
Pull over.
(GRUNTING) (TIRES SCREECH) Watch the road.
Watch the road.
(TIRES SCREECH) Hands on the wheel.
Hands on the wheel! What are you doing? Wake up.
- Don't stop - Oh, boy.
Little hitch.
(TIRES SCREECHING) - Don't stop - Hold tight! Yeah! I'm about to just black out.
(CAR ALARM BLARING) (SIREN WAILING) Ooh, I'm calling HR.
(SIGHS) Stop it.
You guys think I killed Kendal? You ran away from the police moments after we found the actual murder weapon in your vehicle.
- So, yeah.
- I ran because I thought you were gonna arrest me.
Oh, we were.
For operating without a grower's license.
One more violation, and I'm closed down.
I didn't kill Kendal.
Shep, we know about the threats, - the lawsuit - Did he screw me out of money when he went to work for those scumbags? Yes.
Did I just learn he's been sleeping with my wife? Yes.
Is this a confession? Yes.
Oh, no! (STAMMERS) I would never I'm kind of a wreck, okay? I wasn't thinking in that truck.
Ooh, crime of passion.
And just like that, we got a free afternoon.
I don't think he did it.
You're not serious.
(GASPS) Oh, I get it.
You're over-empathizing.
You both just had a recent heartbreak.
What? Kendal's killer strung up the body and made surgical slices that severed both carotid arteries.
Yep.
Shep did that.
It was too precise.
Imagine that you wanted to stab me for sleeping with somebody that you cared about.
That won't be too difficult.
Say Julie and I did it in your apartment.
On every surface.
In your bed, in your shower, on the tile counter.
You would reach for the nearest sharp implement and you would stab me with it.
In the neck.
Over and over.
Yeah, you would.
Oh Mm.
LEO: Meanwhile, in the offices of Gehrman-Driscoll, Leopold Getz and his trusty sidekick, Trish Murtaugh, awaited in the star chamber Okay, Leo, please.
Tell you what, you talk, and I'll do my tough guy face, okay? (CLICKS TONGUE) Sorry to keep you waiting.
Hmm.
Our discovery request.
We'd like every document on that list.
Ms.
Murtaugh, let's be honest.
Your client has no legitimate grievance here.
However, in the interest of protecting our brand, I've been empowered to offer a settlement of $100,000.
And we accept.
TRISH: $100,000? Thank you.
Is this the going rate for a man's life? We believe our offer is more than generous.
And I'm sure that our client will agree, as soon as we get a chance to show it to him (STAMMERS) Our counteroffer.
Every document on that list by 9:00 a.
m.
or we get a subpoena.
Let's go, Leo.
Do you have any tape? You know, I got a friend in Little Bangladesh that'll still cash this.
Leo, if we can prove these allegations against Gehrman-Driscoll, they will be handing Preston a check that puts that one to shame.
How much shame are we talking about? Like, - seven-figure shame? - Mm.
Well, my client would love to have his day in court.
(CHUCKLES) What's this? "You're onto something.
Meet me at MacArthur Park.
2:00 p.
m.
" We have a deep throat! - I've always wanted a deep throat! - Stop saying - "deep throat.
" - Oh, neat.
AVERY: And then she left her show on USA, married a prince, and they lived happily ever after.
- Right? - There she is.
Learning all about celebrity culture? Thanks again for watching her.
Trish had a big case to take care of.
But you're off the clock.
We got the babysitter downstairs.
Just so you know, we were reading Dickens earlier.
- So, this was just - SCORSESE: Hey, Captain, I found a note in our victim's wallet.
"You're onto something.
Call me.
" The number belongs to a guy named Tom Kessler.
We have a license photo, and we just pinged his phone.
Get Cole, look into it.
So, what's the plan? We gonna wander the crowd, hope we get lucky? Ha.
Considering your luck lately I didn't know it was her apartment, okay? Erica is the deputy D.
A.
It just complicates everything.
I took care of it.
I uncomplicated everything.
I'm not gonna see her friend anymore.
I thought you was taking her to the wedding tonight.
I got out of it.
Told Julie that I was flying off to Darfur.
To Darfur? Yeah, that was my move back in my CIA days.
It's 100% effective.
Whoever left the note is going to try to contact us.
Our job now is just to not look suspicious.
Then why are you dressed suspiciously? I'm not.
I'm actually the opposite of that.
You are not the opposite of that.
- LEO: Like a chameleon.
- Excuse me.
(CLEARS THROAT) May I join you? That depends.
- Is it hot in Prague today? - TRISH: Leo.
By all means.
Please, sit.
My name's Tom Kessler.
I'm the one who left that note.
I'm a former lead chemist at Gehrman-Driscoll, and I have proof that supports your client's claim.
- We're gonna be rich.
- Leo.
You know what, you need to learn a lot about relationships and trust And what the hell is Trish doing here? Roger, the guy they're with that's Tom Kessler.
Trish! Roger.
What are you doing here? Do you know who the hell you are talking with? What's going on? Did you set me up? - This is our murder suspect.
- Well, this is my witness.
- Roger! Sniper! - (GUNSHOT) Oh, my God! - You okay? - I'm okay.
(PEOPLE SCREAMING) (GUNSHOT) (GUNSHOT) (PHONE RINGING) Cole's phone.
Darfur? (LAUGHS) No.
No, there's a shooting right now in MacArthur Park.
Oh, he-he's right here.
Hang on one second.
Someone named Julie.
No.
Hey.
I was just gonna call you.
Good news.
Flight got cancelled.
I can make the wedding.
I'd like you to tell my husband to stop deposing me - as a witness.
- And I'd like you to tell my wife not to walk into situations that could get her killed.
Okay, time-out.
Catching up here.
So, Tom Kessler is no longer a suspect in the Kendal Green murder? Correct.
We think whoever killed Kendal just tried to kill Tom.
Tom is a whistleblower in a lawsuit BOTH: Against Gehrman-Driscoll.
You're just gonna talk about my lawsuit like I'm not here.
- It is my whistleblower, it's my case.
- AVERY: Hold on.
How are your case and our murder connected? BOTH: That's what I'm trying to tell you.
- Will you please tell him? - Will you tell my wife to listen? - No, you listen.
- I have an idea.
Why don't you two get through this, and I'll be where you are not.
I don't get it.
You don't want me to do my job? Finding people who are trying to kill other people is not your job.
Except now, it is.
This is an important case, Roger.
- A big case.
- I get it.
What do you get? Traffic court, misdemeanors.
Things aren't happening as fast as you would like them to, and you think this is gonna help launch your career.
Hmm.
What if you get killed pursuing that? You think you know what's inside my head, Roger? Almost never.
- WOMAN: Hi.
- Hi.
May I help you? Yeah, I'm actually here to pick up a dress for my friend.
She's a bridesmaid at a wedding tonight.
Name of the wedding? I'm not sure.
Her name's Julie.
- Last name? - Not sure.
She's, like, five-six, reddish hair.
Five-six.
I'll see what I can find.
Thank you.
NATALIE: These things are not easy to get into.
Okay, here I come.
Ooh, ooh-ooh What do you think? WOMAN: You are stunning.
- Is it a "yes"? Is this the dress? - Yes! Are we saying "yes" to the dress? I personally love it.
It's very sparkly.
Cole what are you doing here? I'm here to pick up my date's dress for this wedding that we're going to tonight.
- Oh.
Really? - Yeah.
Whose wedding? Just some friends of Julie's.
That's my date.
Julie.
She's amazing.
Hmm.
Sir, I'm not finding anything.
Do you happen to have her phone number? We don't typically save information under height or hair color.
I wish I did.
Julie's kind of a new friend.
Going to a wedding of someone you don't know with a girl you just met.
Same old Cole.
Yeah.
Who doesn't love that guy? Hmm.
Everything's exactly So what do you think? Everything's exactly where it needs to be.
AVERY: Any sign of Kessler? Two hours in, and still no.
And what course are you up to? Appetizers.
I'm doing a crudités plate.
Following it with a pasta and spicy a-meatballs.
Oh, God, I miss your stakeouts.
You got to be kidding me.
Oh, no.
Bad crudités? It's Trish.
On her own stakeout.
Oh, my goodness.
She doesn't know what she's even doing.
She has no provisions, no neck pillow.
It's pure amateur hour.
I'll call you back.
(PHONE RINGING) Hey, sweetie.
What's up? I see you.
What? Putting aside the fact that you're back in the line of fire against my advice, what you see is a professional stakeout Mm.
with all the necessary accoutrements.
Neck support, I got food.
Meatballs.
They looked very spicy, Roger.
Oh, they are.
But not to worry, because I will be washing them down with Wait a minute.
Where is? Where is my? (GASPS) My stakeout thermos.
And I've got three more just like 'em.
But I'm willing to negotiate.
(SIGHS) You could have got yourself hurt today.
I know.
And I'm sorry that I thought this was all about your career.
Thank you.
- You weren't wrong.
- I know.
Okay.
(LAUGHS) (SEAT WHIRRING) What are you doing? - (LAUGHS) - I'm adding a whole new accoutrement.
- There is no way, baby.
- No.
Listen.
We can't make up and then skip the best part.
Honey.
You know garlic and meat make me horny.
(LAUGHS) - I-I think I see someone.
- It's me.
- It's me.
- No.
Honey, no.
I think it's Tom.
I think it's Tom.
MURTAUGH: Tom Kessler.
The whistleblower with terrible timing.
(SIGHS) (DOORBELL RINGS) You're an hour late.
I told Julie to leave without you.
Hey.
You look great.
Your place looks great.
Didn't there used to be a table there? And you're drunk.
Yeah, I am.
I didn't get Julie's dress, but I did see what Natalie was wearing for her wedding day, and she looked a lot like Meghan Merkel.
Or Markle.
Mackerel.
Something with an "E-L.
" I don't know.
Crap.
Are you okay? Yeah, I'm I'm always okay.
All the tortures I endured, the waterboarding, the fingernails, the sleep deprivation This one.
When they rip your heart out, it's like a whole new world of pain.
Yeah, I've heard.
That's why I avoided it my entire life.
But you know what? It's a bad idea.
Because now there's no scar tissue there, and it just hurts.
How long does it take to go away? I don't know, Cole.
(SIGHS) But I'm sorry.
Did you and Julie have sex on this couch? - No.
- Oh.
Maybe.
(SIGHS): All right.
(TRUCK APPROACHING) (BRAKES SQUEAK) (SIGHS) This blanket is almost as comfy as your robe.
I will dump this on you.
How weird did things get last night? Be honest.
Let's see.
You came in drunk.
You threatened to puke in my bathroom, talked about torture, your ex, and then you followed through on your original threat.
- It is a great bathroom.
- And you tried to call your ex a few times last night, so I took your phone.
I would have wanted someone to do the same for me.
Sorry.
I guess I owe you one.
It's fine.
It was humanizing.
If the whole thing wasn't so graphic, it might have been COLE: Six missed calls from Roger.
They have Tom Kessler.
We got to go.
You don't have that sweatshirt that I left here the other night, do you? I used it to clean the bathroom.
- That's fair.
- Mm-hmm.
I told them they were using dangerous levels of triclosan.
I sent memos.
But they didn't want to hear it.
That's when the threats started.
What? We've been here the whole time.
In that outfit, I would've noticed.
So Gehrman-Driscoll's trying to kill you to shut you up? And not just me.
There's a guy who works at a cannabis farm, found out Gehrman-Driscoll's fertilizer made him sick.
A cannabis farm.
Kendal Green? Yeah, that's him.
We were in touch for a while 'cause he wanted to go public.
And then, I stopped hearing from him.
He got killed two days ago.
Oh, God.
That's what they do.
Well, I see 'em in court in an hour.
Do you have any hard evidence? I made copies of everything.
I have a whole file.
But I couldn't get it out of Gehrman-Driscoll.
They were watching.
It's behind a vent in my office.
That shouldn't be a problem.
Right, Roger? Piece of cake.
We'll just go by there and get it.
Not without a warrant, you won't, unless you want to kill our case and your wife's, in one fell swoop.
Warrant, Roger.
How quickly can you get us one? Well, if I can get an emergency hearing, put Tom in front of a judge, - maybe an hour, but - Great.
I left my case files on this at home, so we'll have to make a quick stop.
Take a uni with you to be safe.
Oh, that's sweet.
You're worried about me.
Well, Tom.
And you.
It's a 50/50 thing.
Mostly Tom, though.
Tom.
(WHISPERING): What's happening? HR nightmare.
Hey, could you call Erica and ask her what's taking so long - with this warrant? - I just called her.
You call her.
Trish is waiting for these documents in court.
Her whole case is riding on this.
And I imposed on Erica way too much this week.
Kessler sent two cops to search this office.
Find the files.
Sorry, this'll just be a few minutes.
There's some coffee in the kitchen if you want it.
No.
No.
I'm okay.
Thanks.
(CLEARS THROAT) So what happens in the judge's chambers? I don't have to see anyone from Gehrman-Driscoll, right? Oh, don't worry.
We go in ex parte.
It'll all be in the affidavit.
How they threatened your life.
Tried to gun you down in public.
Murdered Kendal Green.
With a pair of gardening shears.
Brutal.
How did you know about the gardening shears? I heard it on the news.
Huh.
I didn't know we released those details.
Oh.
I overheard someone at the police station.
I think I will have that coffee.
(PHONE RINGING) Hey.
COLE: How we looking on that warrant? It's coming along.
Any minute.
Any minute, is that one minute, ten minutes? - What are we looking at? - Cole There's something off about Tom.
Erica, you there? - Hang up the phone.
- (GAGGING) My wife worked in the Gehrman-Driscoll labs for 20 years and got sick because of it.
Their reaction? Deny responsibility.
And refuse to pay her medical bill.
These people are monsters! I need your bike.
LAPD.
Thank you.
Screw that damn warrant.
(MOTOR WHIRRING) Hey! LAPD! Drop the file.
Now.
(BOTH GRUNTING) Where is Rog with the files? Your Honor, the prosecution has yet to produce any evidence supporting their reckless accusations, despite their promises to do so.
I agree.
Counselor, if you have something else to add, now is the time.
Just one moment, Your Honor.
(QUIETLY): I need you to stall until Roger gets here.
This is what I do.
Watch.
Your Honor! Ladies and gentlemen, my brother, Ice Queen.
Until I was 28 years old, I could not read.
So I would look at that seal of the City of Los Angeles and have to go off of the bear.
And the oil rig.
(WHEEZING) Counselor? (WHEEZING) (STRAINING): Sorry.
It's my asthma.
I'll be fine.
(GASPS) (GRUNTS) (BOTH GRUNTING) (INHALES) Thank you, Preston.
- Your Honor, - LEO: I this charade has gone on long enough.
- Was nowhere near done.
- JUDGE: I agree.
Counselor, your time is up.
Just one minute, Your Honor, we're not finished.
Counselor, present something in two minutes or I will hold you both in contempt and recommend disbarment, is that clear? Understood, Your Honor.
I cannot lose my license for a third time.
I sabotaged their product to take away the only thing that matters to them, money.
When they found out ha there was no warning made to the public.
They tried to cover it up by killing me.
Did you kill Kendal Green? After he got sick, he started snooping around Gehrman-Driscoll and found me.
Like you, he left me no choice.
(GASPS) We will be proving, beyond a shadow of a doubt, - the Gehrman-Driscoll - (DOOR OPENING) (SCREAMS) (TOM GRUNTS) (EXHALES) (GASPS) Remember when you were so upset about that table? PRESTON: I'm thankful for justice.
Plus, I pledge to donate the $20 million from Gehrman-Driscoll to the American Cancer Society.
And my legal team has generously agreed to forfeit their salaries as well.
LEO (OVER VIDEO): No! That was me.
Yeah.
We figured.
Cheer up, Leo, we won.
Oh, yeah? 'Cause it feels a lot like the American Cancer Society won.
Did you know that there are many semi-reputable charities that will give you an under-the-table finder's fee? All you had to do was check with me.
Listen, Tom Kessler and three Gehrman-Driscoll executives are going to jail because of you, Leo.
Justice was served.
Justice doesn't pay for this fancy suit.
- Oh, that's - Okay, I'll see you later.
Or my other fancy suit.
L.
A.
's expensive, Cappy.
(CHUCKLES) Well, I don't know about you, but I've gotten several calls from potential clients since news of this trial broke.
- Really? - Mm-hmm.
I haven't gotten any.
Well, is it possible you didn't pay your phone bill? Well, no.
I bought 15 minutes last week, I should be Oh.
No.
I'm out.
You know what? We would not have these kind of problems if you and me were partners.
(LAUGHS) Not a chance.
Oh, come on.
Are you kidding? My asthma attack saved us.
- Oh, really? - Uh-huh.
Plus, I got a lot of ailments you haven't even seen yet.
I have a really interesting rash that's real.
- You should see my eye patch.
- (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) I do a pretty good limp.
I do ERICA: Here.
You left that in my apartment.
What is it? A piece of your motorcycle that I found under my couch.
So I hear that you're moving.
Yeah.
After being held at knifepoint, witnessing a murder, and the fact that you had sex in it kind of killed the vibe.
I feel like it's a little unfair to lump me with those first two.
You know, you destroy everything you touch.
But thank you for, um, for, uh, saving my life.
Out tonight sailing Saw the light And the sun don't shine Down here Natalie.
What are you doing here? I just wanted to make sure you were all right.
You seemed a little weird at the dress shop.
COLE: Yeah.
Well, you know, sequin makes me a little uneasy.
(LAUGHS) I also had a missed call from you, at 4:00 a.
m.
Right.
I'm sorry.
I won't do that again.
You're with Andrew.
I respect that.
It's just what we had I don't think I'll ever find it again.
Left behind those friends of mine You wont.
But, eventually, you will find something similar with someone else.
You just have to give it time.
How do you know? Because I've been heartbroken before, too.
I don't need to Well, whoever did that must be a real idiot.
Yeah.
I thought so.
Fall in love With the world I got appetizers.
- Mm-hmm.
- Cooler is packed.
We are ready for another stakeout.
Check it out.
- Thermos of white.
- I love it.
- Thermos of red.
- (LAUGHS) So much better than our stakeouts.
I'm almost jealous.
We appreciate you doing this.
You sure you're okay babysitting? Hey, he offered.
And I'm looking forward to it.
Plus, I'm low on cash.
I still owe Erica five large for that table.
Okay.
Well, Harper's bedtime is at 8:00, and help yourself to anything in the fridge.
And don't call.
You ready? Ready.
You.
Look.
Stunning.
Come here.
Listen, when you grow up, people are gonna be throwing themselves at your feet.
I just hope whoever you choose, they're not dumb enough to screw it up.
Fall in love with the world.
- Do you want to watch TV? - Yep.
Don't tell your dad.
You broke it.
I know.
Just don't tell him.