Magnum P.I. (2018) s01e20 Episode Script

The Day It All Came Together

1 Previously on Magnum P.
I I hope no one ever breaks your heart.
Too late for that.
Did you know he was almost married once? Magnum? LARA: I don't think he's ever gotten over what happened.
MAGNUM: If you want to ask about Hannah, just go ahead.
I am rather curious.
MAGNUM: Hannah was the only one who knew the details - of the mission.
- You think she gave you up? Yeah.
- Do you think he still loves her? - Hell yeah.
You betrayed us: me, Rick, TC, Nuzo.
You got us sent to a prison camp.
- For what? - It's complicated.
I know where the gold is, and I'm going after it.
MAGNUM: Why didn't she just put a bullet in each of us? It just doesn't make sense.
It does if she still loves you.
There you go.
What's that for? For helping me with the case.
That's your cut.
Magnum, your client paid you $500.
Therefore, I deserve $250, because I did just as much work.
Fair enough.
I'll give you the rest when we get back.
Well, that was surprisingly easy.
I was expecting you to say something like, "Sorry, Higgy, but it's my name on the door.
" - It's funny you should say that.
- Why? Well, because I've been doing some thinking.
- That never ends well.
- And remember when we were stuck on the atoll and you said how much joy and sense of purpose that it gives you to help me out with cases? I don't believe those were my words, no.
Yeah, but that was kind of the sentiment.
No, that was merely your takeaway.
Anyway, uh, the point is, is we work really well together.
I know this might seem like it's out of the blue, but I've given this a lot of thought Magnum, are you about to ask me to become your partner? Magnum and Higgins Private Investigations.
We split everything 50-50.
What do you say? I'm flattered, I suppose.
But I do already have a job.
You've already proven you can do both.
Besides, you got to think about the upside, all right? I would never have to ask you for a favor ever again.
Like, ever.
Yes, I can see the upside in it for you.
I'm just having a hard time seeing the upside for me.
Anyway, I have a lot of other things on my plate - besides my day job.
- Do any of these other things have anything to do with your disappearance last week? I didn't disappear.
I merely took a few days for a personal engagement.
Which you still refuse to talk about.
Because it's personal.
(SIGHS) Was it a guy? - No.
- Then what was it? "Personal," by definition, means one's own business.
Therefore, I'm going to politely decline to answer your query and tell you to bugger off.
It's definitely a guy.
What on earth? Those are government plates.
May we help you? Special Agent Adam Kreshner, Secret Service.
Are you Thomas Magnum? Yeah.
What's up? - You need to come with us.
- HIGGINS: What's going on? Hands behind your back, please? You arresting me? This has to be a mistake.
No, ma'am, it's no mistake.
Thomas Magnum, you're under arrest for violating 18 U.
S.
C.
Sections 471 and 472, passing counterfeit currency.
- Counterfeit? - What? You have the right to remain silent.
Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
You have the right to an attorney.
If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed for you.
Do you understand the rights I have said to you? With these rights in mind (BELL DINGS) That's them.
- Where is he? - I'm sorry, who are you? Detective Katsumoto, HPD.
I want to see Thomas Magnum.
I'm afraid that's not possible.
Whatever you think he did, he didn't.
We don't think.
We have proof.
What kind of proof? So, what do you see? (CHUCKLES): I see a guy buying a box of Fig Newtons.
With a hundred dollar bill that wasn't real.
So? A phony handy lands in my pocket.
Doesn't make me a counterfeiter.
No, it does not.
You're right.
Although, here you are again passing a phony hundred dollar bill at a juice bar on Ala Moana.
And here you are again buying lunch at the Side Street Inn.
This is insane; I'm not washing counterfeit bills.
Okay, I got paid by a client a couple days ago.
It was $5,000 in cash.
$5,000 cash? Wow.
In exchange for what? It was a missing persons case.
I found the guy, got paid by my client.
If-if the money's fake, you have to talk to my client.
Figures.
The one time Magnum actually has money, and it isn't even real.
We heard.
How's he doing? We haven't seen him yet.
- He's still in there? - Mm-hmm.
- Why hasn't he lawyered up yet? - Good question.
Perhaps Magnum wants it to go on.
Once he gets an attorney, the interview is over, right? The longer he delays, the more information he can learn.
That's maybe the worst idea I've ever heard.
This is the Feds.
Well, that's Thomas for you.
If you're right, then I gotta shut this down before he digs himself any deeper.
I need to speak to Thomas Magnum immediately.
I already told you no.
All right, you listen to me.
This is a federal crime, Detective.
You have no jurisdiction here.
I'm going in.
You want to stop me, arrest me.
Katsumoto, what are you doing here? Just be quiet.
Detective Katsumoto, HPD.
Are you releasing him? Actually, we're, uh, going for a ride.
They want to talk to one of my clients.
I'll drive.
Don't follow us.
I'll call you as soon as I know something.
(TIRES SQUEALING) (CAR DOORS CLOSING) AGENT: Door's open.
Stay with him.
Clear.
Clear.
Clear.
You got something? Pre-2010.
Same bills Mr.
Magnum was passing.
Bring him in here.
One of these guys your client? Him.
The other one I don't know.
One firearm.
They-they didn't shoot each other.
Somebody else did this.
- AGENT: Hey, where are you going?! - KATSUMOTO: HPD.
- You can't be here.
- Really? Because this looks like a double homicide to me, which means the case now belongs to HPD.
So take a walk.
Well, lucky for you.
The one guy who can corroborate your story is dead.
So you'll be dropping the charges then.
Two hours.
You have two hours to return every bill that man gave you.
Does that mean I'm back on your Christmas card list? Just wondering.
Two hours, Magnum.
That's all you got.
Wow, he's even more fun than you are.
Stick around, we need to talk.
Don't touch anything.
This is Katsumoto.
I need CSU and an M.
E.
bus.
Got two dead bodies out in Makakilo.
Yep.
Thanks.
Blood trail leading outside.
Could be from the shooter.
Looks like there's someone out there in need of medical attention, possibly the killer.
KATSUMOTO: I'll have unis start searching hospitals.
Tell me about your client.
His name's Dotson.
Hired me to find this refugee from North Korea named Pak Jung Soo.
Dotson met Pak when he went to Pyongyang with a tour group a few years ago.
Then, just last week, he saw somebody who was a dead ringer for Pak exit a bus on Keeaumoko Street.
- Hired me to find him.
- Did you? Yeah.
Apparently he escaped North Korea last summer.
All right.
Text me his address.
I'll take it from here.
You know, I'd like to help out.
Dotson was my client.
And possibly a counterfeiter, so walk away before this gets any more complicated for you.
You know, I should have thanked Katsumoto.
For before, when he came to help.
(CHUCKLES) I think he likes me.
I wouldn't go that far.
Ah, I think I can.
Magnum, Katsumoto is a man of principle.
He saw an injustice being done.
You, arrested for counterfeiting.
He knows that you're incapable of navigating the intricacies of falsifying currency.
Eyes on the road, please.
For your information, there are very few people in the world that can counterfeit a bill like that.
Agent Kreshner said they-they were the best he'd ever seen.
Well, if that's true, then how did they catch you so fast? The bill was faked before the 2010 redesign.
So, the kid behind the counter had never seen one before, thought it was fake and called it in.
Let's hear it for the millennials.
Penny for your thoughts.
If Dotson was a counterfeiter, why would he hand me bills that would raise red flags? It doesn't make sense.
Perhaps he got the money from someone else.
(CLINKING) Kumu, you okay? What's going on? Hannah.
Hello, Thomas.
Kumu, go to the main house.
Don't say anything to anyone.
It's okay.
Go.
Whoever shot you has lousy aim.
Actually, there were two of them.
I was lucky to get out of there alive.
I don't suppose you were at a house in Makakilo today? (SIGHS) You murdered my client.
I had no choice.
I had Dotson hire you to find Pak Jung Soo.
After you did, Dotson stashed him somewhere and tried to change the terms of our deal.
Where is he? Pay me my money, and I'll take you to him.
That's all I have.
Well, then you better find a way of getting the rest.
There is no rest.
Where is he?! (GASPING) Don't do it.
Don't do it.
Don't! Why were you after Pak? He was the architect of North Korea's attempt to destabilize the U.
S.
economy using counterfeit currency.
You didn't answer my question.
Why did you need him? It's the same reason I needed the gold from that sunken ship.
It's the same reason I betrayed you.
And the guys in Afghanistan.
Wait.
Thomas, what are you doing? (LINE RINGING) MAN: HPD.
How may I direct your call? I need to speak to Detective Katsumoto.
No.
Hang up the phone.
Please.
- You committed treason! - Hang up the phone.
You're going to prison.
Just hear me out, okay? I know you have no reason to trust me.
You're right.
I don't.
Just ask yourself this.
Why would I risk everything to come here? I'm done asking questions.
Thomas, please.
I'm ready to tell you the truth, all of it.
You deserve that.
This is Katsumoto.
But more than that, I think it's something you need.
Hello? Hello? Please.
Please.
Hello? (PHONE BEEPS) (PHONE RINGING) Sorry I can't help you, Magnum.
- I haven't even asked anything yet.
- It doesn't matter.
It's not a good day.
I've got a doubleheader coming in.
Let me guess.
Two guys from Makakilo, early 40s, both gunshot wounds.
How'd you know that? Let's just say it's connected to why I'm calling you.
Please, Doc, get over here as quickly as you can.
Why? I'd rather not say over the phone.
You know what? For me, that's usually a red flag.
Hey, I need your help, okay? Doc, there's no one else I can turn to.
Look you're great to me, and sometimes, I-I take advantage of that, and I'm sorry, but right now Magnum, you know what? It's okay.
I'll be there soon.
Appreciate it.
Thank you.
You're not gonna bleed out and die.
That'd be letting you off too easy.
That's the only reason why I'm doing this.
(LINE RINGING) Rick.
Yeah.
Can you and TC get over here as quickly as possible? I'll explain when you get here.
All right.
You said you were gonna tell me the truth.
I want to know everything.
And start from the beginning.
(POUNDING ON DOOR) What's going on? Sounded like some kind of emergency on the phone.
MAGNUM: It is.
RICK: Oh.
What the hell is she doing here? She was waiting for me when I got home.
Lost consciousness 20 minutes ago.
Half the island's still looking for her.
Wait.
This woman is a fugitive? (SIGHS) Earmuffs.
I need two hands here.
Magnum, just saw Rick and TC pulling up in a hurry.
What's going on? Oh, my God! What is she doing here? RICK: Think the better question is, why isn't HPD here to arrest her? TC: That woman betrayed us.
Got us sent to hell.
She should be in jail.
Yeah, but according to her, she had no choice.
Come on.
There's always a choice.
- Not this time.
- What are you talking about? You remember Hannah telling us about her father.
Yeah.
He was CIA.
Went missing years ago.
- Presumed dead.
- He's alive.
Being held prisoner by a group of ex-CIA spooks.
All dirty.
Uh, top of the food chain is this guy Jason Coburn.
She found out about it when she was embedded with us, and the ransom was a huge hoard of Iraqi gold.
She got intel on its location, but that intel came at a price.
Yeah, giving our location to the Taliban.
Why didn't she just ask us for help? 'Cause we would have broken a dozen military laws and ended up in the brig.
What, so instead, she sells you out knowing full well that you're gonna end up in a Taliban POW camp? She said she was gonna use the gold to help get us out.
You know what? That's sweet.
That's really sweet that she was gonna get us out.
Doesn't change the way I feel about her.
Yeah.
So is that why she's here to ask for forgiveness? No.
Actually, she's here to ask for help.
I'm sorry, come again? When we stopped Hannah from getting the gold, she had to find another way to help her father.
The guy I was hired to find, Pak Jung Soo, he was it.
Okay? He's a counterfeiter.
He's one of the best in the world.
He's Hannah's plan B.
So she intended to trade counterfeit bills for her father? She was gonna trade Pak for her father.
His skill set is worth far more than that gold.
Bad boys, bad boys Whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do when they come for you? Don't say anything.
Whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do Katsumoto.
I went to address you gave me.
No sign of Pak Jung Soo, but there were signs of a struggle.
Safe bet Pak was on the losing end, 'cause he left his go bag behind.
Phony passport and loose counterfeit bills inside.
It makes me think Dotson got the funny money he paid you with from Pak.
You find anything else in the apartment? No.
But the lab did find some foreign DNA at Dotson's house.
The profile's female.
We're running it through the system now.
When Dotson hired you, did he mention a girlfriend, any woman in his life? No.
Okay.
Hey.
Thanks for listening to me and staying out of it.
I'll be in touch.
Yeah.
You know you just lied to a cop to protect the woman that tried to kill us, twice? (MAGNUM SIGHS) If I turn her in, her father dies.
She's the only one trying to save him.
If what she told you was even true.
Why would she be here if it wasn't true? We have to help this man.
You don't even know the man! Look, he served his country, he's a prisoner.
If anybody knows how that feels, it should be us.
Call his people.
Let them help him.
They won't help.
H-He was working on trying to capture Coburn and his people covertly.
When they found out about it, he was disavowed.
You can't be serious about this, TM.
We got to do something to help this guy.
No.
No, we don't.
No, this is exactly why you don't make - any money as a P.
I.
- What are you talking about? Because you don't always have to do the right thing.
- Gentlemen, please.
- This isn't about doing the right thing.
All right? I-I want to know if she's been telling the truth about, about everything.
I don't want to have to ask why anymore.
Okay? I'm gonna find Pak, I'm gonna use him as bait to get her father back.
She is going to prison.
But I can't do it alone.
You won't have to.
I'll help.
I'm in, too.
But just so we're clear, I ain't doing this for her.
Or her father.
You need somebody to watch your six.
I'm still here, aren't I? But for the record, this is a really, really bad idea.
HIGGINS: That's odd.
Dotson normally bought petrol near his house in Kailua, but the last purchase was made at a petrol station on the North Shore.
- Maybe that's where he's hiding Pak.
- Mm.
There's dozens of miles in every direction.
Can you narrow it down just a little bit? Shall I pull a rabbit out of my ass as well? Well, considering it's you, I would not be surprised.
- Are you making fun of me, Thomas? - No.
Absolutely not.
Quite the contrary, actually.
You just I don't know, you're really resourceful.
It's why I made that offer.
Oh, yes, "Higgins and Magnum Private Investigations.
" It's still up for consideration, I just need a little more time.
(KEYBOARD CLICKING) (CLICKING STOPS) Can I ask you something, Thomas? What's up? This is about more than just wanting answers, isn't it? It goes deeper than that.
Because if what Hannah told you was true, then it means she really did love you.
And she only betrayed you because she had no other option.
Forgive me if I'm prying.
No, that's fine.
At one point in my life, I was gonna ask that woman to marry me.
I guess I want to know if any of that was real.
You still love her, don't you? I don't know.
I-I just can't stop asking myself if when this is over, can I forgive her? I guess you'll know soon enough.
Yeah.
(EXHALES) (SIGHS) Where's Thomas? (GRUNTS) What? No "hello"? No, uh, "Hey, Rick.
How you been since I sold you to the Taliban?" If I asked, would you have answered? Probably not.
You need some water? Yes, please.
Get it yourself.
I'm gonna go feed the dogs.
If she gets out of line, I'm sure they'd love to meet her.
(DOOR CLOSES) You made a home for yourself here.
Good for you.
A home? You made it a little hard for me to go home.
For all of us.
(SIGHS) Can I please speak to Thomas? He and Higgins are looking into that Dotson guy.
Did you expect anything less? I know I don't deserve it.
No, you don't.
Rick, I get that you're upset with me.
Upset? I've waited three years to tell you exactly how I feel about you.
Upset? What you did to us, what you did to Thomas? And we were family.
Yeah, we were.
But so is my father.
Look, I thought the four of you would keep each other safe until I got you out.
I really did.
And I tried.
I I tried.
You don't know that he loved you.
You have no idea how much he loved you.
Okay, this looks promising.
What's that? So, the day after you found Pak, Dotson purchased a subscription to Omni Eye.
It's a private company that operates a fleet of mini satellites.
Why would somebody need that? Well, the service allows you to monitor any place on Earth.
So farmers use it to keep an eye on their crops.
Well, he's definitely not a farmer, so what was he monitoring? It's a remote spot in Oahu.
Small landmass in the jungle.
What's that? Looks like an abandoned school bus.
Judging by the foliage and the rust, I'd say it's been there a while.
There's only one reason I can think Dotson would want to monitor that bus.
Because it's where he's holding Pak.
Give us a minute? Yeah.
Thanks.
Rick told me you were helping.
Thank you.
Let me get one thing straight.
I am asking the people that I care the most about to put their lives on the line.
The thing is, Rick and TC, they've lost enough because of me.
Because of you? Yeah.
You didn't betray them, I did.
If I had never been involved with you they never would have got sent to that hellhole.
And that's something that I have to live with every day.
So, before I ask them to risk their lives again, I need you to look me in the eye and swear to me that you're not lying to me.
I swear.
Thomas.
What I did to you it's the hardest thing I've ever done.
Over here.
- HIGGINS: That's not Pak, is it? - MAGNUM: No.
Hey.
My name is Thomas.
This is Juliet.
What's your name, man? William.
How'd you end up here? I was hunting boar.
I heard someone yelling for help.
I found this guy chained up.
I got him free, and the bastard attacked me.
Well, we're gonna get you out.
- Can you, uh - Yeah.
The guy who attacked you Is this him? Yeah.
I don't get it.
I was trying to help.
- Why would he do this? - He's a criminal.
He probably didn't want you to notify anyone of his whereabouts.
MAGNUM: I'm guessing he took your phone.
Along with my guns.
Okay, there's a ranger station a couple miles from here.
I'll be able to get you there, but I am gonna need your phone number.
MAGNUM: Did you track Pak's cell yet? Would you like to have a go? Take your time.
Bad boys, bad boys - Whatcha gonna do? - It's Katsumoto.
Yo.
Where are you? I hear a helicopter.
Uh, I decided to hit up TC.
Gonna take a ride to kind of clear my head.
If you're looking into the Dotson case, I really hope whatever you're doing won't interfere with what I'm doing.
Listen.
The crime lab got a DNA hit from that blood trail.
I felt like I owed you a heads-up.
It's Hannah.
Oh, wow, man.
I-I don't believe it.
Are you sure? 100%.
Magnum.
I've got a hit.
He's on the North Shore, but I just need a moment to find his precise location.
Magnum? Yeah, uh, I'm here.
Any other leads? No, but we're checking plate readers and traffic cams to see if any cars were picked up leaving Dotson's neighborhood around time of death.
All right, well, thanks for the heads-up, Katsumoto.
I got I got to go.
Sorry.
- Any luck on that location? - Yeah, I've got it.
Pak's on the move.
He's leaving from a private helipad on the North Shore.
I reckon he's trying to get off-island.
- Hey, TC, you get that? - Brother, just tell me where and I'll catch him there.
There at three o'clock.
That could be our guy.
MAGNUM: Yeah.
- That's him.
- Hang on.
MAGNUM: TC, don't lose him.
TC: I ain't losing him.
Just do your job and hold tight.
- TC, watch it! - Careful.
Hang on! TC: He might be faster than me, but he ain't better than me.
Pull up alongside him! I got you.
Okay, what now? I could shoot the tail rotor.
Causing them to spin violently out of control, crash into the ground and burst into a ball of flames.
Look, if I hit it in the right spot, they'll lose all stability and be forced to land.
Okay, look, can we just keep that idea in our back pocket for now? I got one.
Please tell me it's less crazy than Magnum's.
Oh, no, it's way crazy.
TC, what are you doing? (ALARM BLARING) I don't like this at all.
My idea's looking pretty good now, isn't it? Keep going! Enough of this, I'm putting us on the ground.
If you don't kill me, he will.
- Follow him, TC.
- Already on him.
(GUNSHOT) (GROANING) Stay down! You have 24 hours.
Understood? Understood.
Thomas, we're on.
The meet is set.
They accepted the deal Pak for Hannah's dad.
Copy that! Higgins is getting us a plane.
I really appreciate this, Robin.
Thank you.
I wouldn't ask if it wasn't important.
(DOGS BARKING) (POUNDING ON DOOR) - Damn it.
- What? - Katsumoto.
- Who's that? HPD.
You know what, don't worry about it.
Just be quiet and don't move.
Hey! Katsumoto! What's up, buddy? - Open the door.
- Uh, better if I don't.
I'm not feeling so hot.
- (COUGHING) - Open the damn door.
(SIGHS) - (CHUCKLES): Hey.
- Where is she? - Who? - Don't lie to me.
I got a lead on a stolen car that was near Dotson's house at the time of the murders, and I tracked it here.
It's got blood inside, and I'm pretty sure it's from your old friend Hannah.
- Now, where is she? - Hang on, hang on.
(RICK SIGHS) - You got to be kidding me.
- What? She was here a second ago.
So I was right.
- Hannah was here.
- Yeah, yeah.
She was.
How do you know she went this way? It's the way she came in.
The car was just here.
What do you mean she took off? RICK: Katsumoto showed up to the house, and she split.
Turned my back for a second, she was gone.
Why would you let her out of your sight? (QUIETLY): Because Thomas told me to trust her.
You know what, it doesn't matter, all right? Just meet us at the airstrip.
We're wheels up in ten.
Wait, hang on a sec.
Are we still doing this? Hannah escaping doesn't change anything.
The hell it doesn't.
This could be a trap.
TC: He's right.
I mean, she ran.
You can't trust her.
Look, she could've left anytime she wanted to.
Okay? She ran because she thought Katsumoto would shut us down if she let herself get caught.
If anything, she probably did this to buy us some time.
TC: You really believe that? 'Cause it seems like a reach to me.
Maybe he wants to believe it.
Possibly.
But I actually think Magnum's right.
All right, you know what, screw it.
I'm not gonna let you guys die without me.
- Save me a window seat.
- (PHONE BEEPS) Come on, dollar bill.
(PHONE CHIMES) MAGNUM: It's Katsumoto again.
- You think he found Hannah? - I doubt it.
If her original plan was to grab Pak, she's probably got an exfil squared away.
She's gonna use that same exfil to get off the island.
Guys, we got some movement.
TC: That's got to be our party.
How's our eye in the sky? HIGGINS: No sign of any snipers.
That doesn't mean they're not out there.
Okay.
Stay sharp.
Hey.
Do me a favor.
Don't get yourself killed out there.
(CHUCKLING): I'll do my best.
I'm serious, man.
I-I'd hate if our last exchange was me insulting you in your home.
Come on, man, you don't have to apologize.
No, I do.
I was out of line.
I wasn't thinking about what was right.
I was only thinking about myself.
I'm sorry.
HIGGINS: Guys It looks like our guests are getting restless.
Thanks, brother.
- Your MI6 contact ready? - Yes.
As soon as we hand over Pak, he'll track them on satellite.
Good, 'cause I got Greene on standby.
Him and his team are ready to move as soon - as we give them the coordinates.
- Copy.
Thomas Magnum, I presume? - You must be Coburn.
- All right, let's keep this simple.
Our guy for yours.
Come on.
Come on, let's go.
He looks a little beat up.
A little bit.
He'll be all right.
So we all good? Not so fast.
How do I know this guy's who you say? He is.
Well, until I get confirmation he's the real deal, you're gonna have to come with us.
That wasn't part of the agreement.
COBURN: We agreed to trade him for the gold.
We settled for the money man.
The way I see it is, the terms changed once, they can change again.
That's not gonna happen.
Then the deal's off.
Let's go.
Hold on.
You can't take him.
Put down your weapons! We will fire! Don't do anything stupid! (OVERLAPPING SHOUTING) HIGGINS: Lower your weapons! Stand down! (SHOUTING) Cover me, I'm going around! (GRUNTS) Hannah! (GRUNTS) Thomas! Hannah! Hannah! Oh, God.
Hannah.
- MAGNUM: Hannah, hang on.
- (WEAKLY): Thomas.
Hang on.
- Thomas.
- Hang on.
Hang on, there.
Hannah, hang on.
- I'm so sorry.
- Oh It's okay.
It's okay.
Just hang in there, okay? We watch as our young hearts fade Hannah? Into the flood Into the flood The freedom Of falling A feeling I thought was set in stone It slips through my fingers And I'm trying hard to let go But it comes and goes in waves Disappear in front of my eyes Moments of magic and wonder It seems so hard to find Is it ever coming back again? Is it ever coming back again? It slips through my fingers I'm trying hard to let go But it comes and goes in waves 'Cause it comes and goes in waves And carries us away.
Sir, I'm Detective Katsumoto.
These officers are gonna take you to King's Medical for evaluation.
Thank you.
Book him.
- And get him checked by a doctor.
- Yes, sir.
Hannah's body on board? Yeah.
I'll get an M.
E.
down here to collect it.
You know, just when I was starting to trust you, you go and do something stupid like this.
Katsumoto, if I had told you what was going on Save it.
Not interested.
There's some people from CIA coming in.
They want to debrief you at HPD.
I suggest you head over there.
I'll go with you.
(SIGHS) Do yourself a favor, Magnum.
Try to cooperate.
- I'm gonna earn your trust back.
- No, you won't.
- Yes, I will.
- Won't happen.
Well, it looks like you'll be starting over with Katsumoto.
On the bright side, a couple months ago he hated you.
So it's not like years of friendship down the drain.
That's true.
You know, what we did today, that was, uh more than anybody should ever ask of their friends, so I just want to say thank you.
Come on, brother.
We're family.
That's what we do for each other.
Yeah, the big man's right.
We're family.
We always got your back.
Appreciate it.
You, too, Higgy baby.
(ALL CHUCKLING)