Magnum P.I. (2018) s02e05 Episode Script

Make It 'Til Dawn

1 (SIRENS WAILING) KATSUMOTO: Stay behind me.
- OFFICER: I'll check the perimeter.
- KATSUMOTO: Go around back.
Go! Go! Go! Spread out.
Keep your distance.
Yes, sir.
Watch it, watch it.
Go.
OFFICER: Sir.
We checked the immediate area.
It's all clear.
(SHACKLES CLANKING) All right, listen up.
As of this moment, any officer who was off duty is now on.
We have an escaped prisoner on the run.
Name's Mason Watts, and he's not just any prisoner.
He's a mass murderer who was declared criminally insane.
We need to hunt him down and we need to do it fast.
We're less than three miles from a residential area.
Set up checkpoints on all major streets in the vicinity.
I want birds in the air and canines on the ground.
It's Halloween.
Kids are on the streets.
And we have a real-life monster on the loose.
Let's go get him.
That bag better be filled with Kit Kats and Snickers.
And jumbo-sized.
Mr.
Masters can't be giving out tiny candy bars.
I actually won't be helping candy companies use a holiday to peddle processed sugar to minors.
No.
Uh, Magnum and I actually booked a case.
- On Halloween? - Blame Magnum.
He seems to think P.
I.
stands for paranormal investigator.
Okay.
What did he get you into? Oh, we just have to spend the night at our client's haunted house.
Oh, a haunted house on Halloween? - Spooky.
- Correction.
It's not actually haunted, it's just a house that our client thinks is haunted.
It's, uh, an old place on Koio Place.
I'm sure the "ghosts" are nothing more than leaky pipes, but Wait, not 5250 Koio Place? Yes.
It is.
How on earth could you know that? The Slaughterhouse is the most famous haunted house on the island.
The Slaughterhouse? Well, that's what the locals have called it ever since the legendary Killer of Waianae brutally murdered a family there 20 years ago.
That's awful.
The Slaughterhouse is filled with tortured souls.
Maybe you shouldn't take the case.
Thank you for your concern, Kumu.
I'm sure we'll be fine.
There is no such thing as a haunted house.
(PHONE RINGING) Hold that thought.
Hello? Yes.
They what? Tell them not to touch anything.
I'll be right there.
- Is everything okay? - (SIGHS) Cultural Center emergency.
A real estate developer might have uncovered a heiau.
I need to go and verify if it's real.
- Wish me luck.
- Bye.
Magnum.
Jin.
Hi and bye, Kumu.
Come and gone.
Just like all the women in my life.
What is his deal? His model girlfriend dumped him.
Keo didn't dump me, it was mutual.
We mutually decided it would be best if we mutually broke up.
Anybody who says "mutual" that many times got dumped.
HIGGINS: So, you brought Jin here to sulk? Actually, there's been a slight change of plans.
Tell her what you told me.
Okay.
A couple of days ago, after my model girlfriend and I mutually broke up, I posted bail for my friend Ika.
Unfortunately, he skipped.
And, if he's not caught, I'm out 15K.
Jin wants us to help track him down.
Okay.
What's Ika's surname? Kalima.
Right.
And you really have no idea where he could be? He literally could be anywhere.
Okay.
According to his social media, his sister is the last person who posted on his Facebook page, inviting him to a Halloween party this evening.
You know, he might actually go to the party.
Wait.
How do you figure? Skips always go back to family, and a Halloween party would be a perfect cover for somebody trying to visit their family on the DL.
HIGGINS: Big crowds, costumes he could slip in undetected.
Okay, look, I know it's my fault for hanging out with a guy like Ika, and in a way I deserve it, but I took a big risk to help out a friend.
I could really use your help on this one.
Well, we're on a case, but there are two of us, and Rick and TC are in the bullpen.
Fine, well, how do we decide who goes with Jin and who goes to the haunted house? Flip for it.
Wait.
You're flipping you're gonna take the case? - Yes, we're gonna take the case, relax.
- Tails.
Tails.
JIN: Yes, tails.
Higgins for the win.
I'm gonna get the costumes.
It's gonna be great.
Oh, Jin.
I won the toss.
Yeah.
I know.
It's you and me, buddy.
Wait a second.
It was either me or spending the night in a haunted house and the loser gets me? Mm-hmm.
Ouch.
Lava rock.
Walls are sloped.
No adhesives.
We've got a heiau.
All right, listen up! You heard her! This is an ancient Hawaiian altar.
It's very sacred.
So pack it up.
I want this place locked down and wrapped up in an hour.
Let's go! (INDISTINCT CHATTER) Kanoa.
This is our kuleana.
You're doing the right thing.
He did the mash He did the monster mash The monster mash RICK: No.
Uh-uh.
No, no, no.
No, no.
Nuh-uh.
No.
Party foul.
We can't both be Robin Hood.
Is that who you are? I guess you went with Robin Hood: Men in Tights.
Very funny, my friend.
This is the O.
G.
Robin Hood: Errol Flynn.
Oh.
The O.
G.
? More like the J.
G.
G.
Jolly Green Giant.
I do not look like the Jolly Green Giant.
Nah, you don't.
You look more like his little homey, Sprout.
All right.
Come on, man.
(LAUGHS) TC: When's the party start? Two hours ago.
Damn.
Yeah.
Damn.
Ah, man.
Well Slow and steady.
Slow and steady, my brother.
You got this.
Thanks, pal.
(PHONE RINGING) (PHONE BEEPS) MAGNUM (OVER PHONE): Hey, happy Halloween.
BOTH: You need a favor.
Oh, come on.
I-I You know, I'm offended that you would think that's the only reason why I'd call.
- Well, isn't it? - No.
I just called to see how my boys are doing.
But now that you mention it, there is something I'd like to talk to you about.
No.
No.
Sorry.
Not gonna help.
Yeah, brah, we have lives.
And it's Halloween.
So we only want treats, none of your tricks.
Hi, guys.
The favor's for me.
Oh, whatever you need, Higgy.
Yeah, anything for you.
HIGGINS: So, I only need one of you, and you can decide which of you it will be.
There is an old lady who believes that she is living with ghosts.
And I must spend the night in a haunted house.
Oh, oh, me, me, me.
I got it.
Me.
This is Rick.
I-I'll take it.
Please.
Thanks.
- You sure? - TC, sorry.
You snooze, you lose, buddy.
(CHUCKLING): Okay.
I will gracefully bow out from spending the night in a spooky house out of the goodness of my merry heart.
(LAUGHS): Thanks, pal.
He's an idiot.
Just tell me what you need and I'll be there.
Okay.
Perfect.
I will text you the details.
- See you later.
- (DOOR CLOSES) (PHONE BEEPS) MAGNUM: Jin.
Why'd you shave your mustache? I think it looks really good.
Easy, Higgins.
I've only been single for a couple of days.
Slow your roll.
- No, really.
Why'd you shave it? - Duh.
Our Halloween costumes.
"Our"? For the record, that John Lennon costume was mine.
In what world am I Yoko Ono and you're John Lennon? It's called creativity.
Less expectations.
"Expectation.
" I came to play If you think you can slide in, then pull up to the curb I came to play JIN: Well, hello, mermaids.
(WHOOPS) Really, Jin? Come on.
Sorry, man.
I'm newly single and ready to mingle.
You got to focus, all right? I-If you're not gonna take this seriously, I'm out of here.
Sorry, man.
I'm just really into mermaids.
That's all.
All right? Don't judge.
People really stepped up their costume game this year.
It's gonna be easier to blend in.
Problem is, the same thing goes for Ika.
Yeah, that's true.
(LAUGHS, WHOOPS) PONO: I'm really bummed I missed it, too.
Tell him I pinky swear that I'll go through all his candy with him.
Okay? Got to go.
I love you.
(PHONE BEEPS) Sorry about that.
(CLEARS THROAT) It's okay.
Kid's trick-or- treating already? Yeah.
It's his first time.
(CHUCKLES) Get ready, Pono.
I hate to say it, but this is just the beginning of things you're gonna miss.
Holidays, ball games (SIGHS) graduations.
Crime doesn't care about your schedule.
Your wife okay with that? Ah, she says she is, but I think she's starting to feel what that sacrifice really means.
You want my advice? Always.
Make sure you let 'em know you're not gone because you're too busy for them.
You're gone because you love them.
Copy? Copy that.
DISPATCHER: All units, Five-O requesting backup at 17 North Pualei.
Suspect has been injured but remains at large and is considered highly dangerous.
Use extreme caution.
Uh, can you believe that? Two psychos loose on the same night.
There's just something about Halloween.
So what's the plan? We patrol the area till somebody spots our guy? Either that or we figure out where he might be headed.
How? We don't have a single lead.
There's always a lead.
What did CSU find at the crash site? Gravitational blood drops.
- Which means? - Watts is injured.
Exactly.
He'll be looking for a place to recover.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) A place where he can blend in and get out of his prison clothes.
Somewhere he can lay low and figure out his next move.
(BEEPS) I can't believe that you managed to pack an overnight bag, yet you forgot to change out of your costume? I didn't forget, okay? I worked very hard on this, and I deserve to flaunt it.
Do you even know who I am? Yeah, of course.
You're Gumby.
What? No.
- Oh.
Peter Pan.
- (ALARM CHIRPS) No.
God.
No.
I-I'm Robin Hood.
Errol Flynn.
Doesn't anybody appreciate the classics anymore? HELEN: Come on in.
What a lovely home.
HELEN: (CHUCKLES) I don't hear that often.
People tell me I should move away.
But I have so many wonderful memories here with my late husband.
Oh, I'm so sorry to hear of his passing.
Oh, thank you.
Well, it was very quiet for a while after that.
Yes, you said you were hearing some noises.
Yes.
Two days ago is when I first heard it.
"It"? Well, it sounded like a young child, wailing.
I know the history of this house, and so I supposed that it was HIGGINS: Well, not to worry.
We'll get to the bottom of it.
You can count on us.
Oh.
Thank you so much.
HIGGINS: Course.
Well, I'll see you - in the morning, okay? - Yes.
- Bye-bye.
- Good night.
- Bye-bye.
- Bye.
Wow.
- (DOOR CLOSES) - Wow.
I always wanted to be in a real haunted house.
- (EXHALES) - Okay, you know this house isn't actually haunted, right? Well, who's to say it is or it isn't? Me.
And it isn't.
Okay.
Well, agree to disagree.
It's been my dream, always, to spend one night in a real haunted house.
This is gonna be so much fun.
(LEAVES RUSTLING) Get it together, wahine, or it's gonna be a long night.
- (BRANCHES SNAPPING) - (GASPS) Who's there?! Kumu, it's just me.
It's TC! Why you sneaking up on me like that? (CHUCKLES): I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to scare you.
Well, maybe I did at first, but then I saw how freaked out you got and I had a change of heart.
You had a change of heart, while I need a change of pants.
- (CHUCKLES) - What are you doing here? Well, Thomas and Higgy told me you were gonna watch the heiau until the kahu shows up, so I figured I'd bring some bare essentials to hold us down while we keep watch.
- "We"? - (SCOFFS) What kind of Robin Hood would I be if I let my sister stay out here by herself? TC, that means a lot, - but you don't have to - Okay.
Once you see what I got, you're gonna want me to stay.
Bare essentials, huh? Well, shall I take my wine and be gone? (CHUCKLES) Pop a squat, Lord Locksley.
(BOTH CHUCKLE) Oh, my God.
What is it? Please tell me it's jars of formaldehyde filled with body parts.
HIGGINS: Stop.
"Help yourselves to some chocolate haupia pie.
Love, Helen.
" Wow.
Get this.
Watts killed the entire family in this room, in that very spot.
Could you please contain your excitement? You're talking about actual murder victims.
"When Watts attacked the first victim, "he let them cry out in order to draw the rest of the family to him.
" Did you hear a word I said? It's like being here with Magnum.
(GHOSTLY WAILING IN DISTANCE) Did you hear that? No.
Shh, shh.
I swear I heard something.
(PHONE RINGING) (BREATHING HEAVILY) (RINGING CONTINUES) Hello? MAN: You think you're safe.
But you're not.
I know where you are, and (MAGNUM LAUGHING) I'm sorry.
Oh, I couldn't resist it.
It's just me, man.
I knew it was you the whole time.
It was so obvious.
I didn't get scared at all.
It's Thomas.
So, is this how you thank your friends who volunteer their spare time to help you, eh? Scaring them half to death? Hang on.
I wasn't scared.
And if you're referring to my buttocks being clenched, that's due to the tights.
I was just calling to check in, see how you guys are doing.
Yeah.
Fine.
All good.
We're settled in.
If there's anything wrong with this house, we'll find out what it is.
Sounds great.
Thanks, Higgy.
(PHONE BEEPS) - Hey, Jin.
- What's going on? Either somebody's stepping up their Halloween game with amazing props or HPD's out there.
I know cops give you, uh, allergies, so I'll be right back.
Stay there.
No, no.
I'm dressed like a girl and I shaved my 'stache.
There's no way in hell they'll recognize me.
- Okay.
- (CHUCKLES) (CHUCKLES) You'll see.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) (INDISTINCT POLICE RADIO CHATTER) Trick or treat, boys.
Magnum, Jin.
Wait, you-you recognize me? I'm not an idiot.
What are you doing here? I was helping Magnum out with something very legal.
Helping out with what? And why make a point to tell me it's legal? That's true.
Yeah.
I'm working a case.
Anyway, what's going on out here? Nothing.
It's a holiday.
Just want to make sure everyone's safe.
You're such a terrible liar.
He's bad.
Bad.
(LAUGHS) He's bad.
Anyway, I overheard a uni talking about roadblocks and K-9 units.
Whatever's going on, it's big.
DISPATCHER: All units, possible Mason Watts sighting in the 200 block of Makaleka Avenue.
- Sir, that's four blocks away.
- Wait, Mason Watts is loose? That's your big case? Hold on.
Why do I know that name? He's the Waianae Killer.
He mass-murdered a whole family.
Magnum, Jin, go back to your party.
Now.
All right, but I'm in work mode.
If you need help I won't.
Goodbye.
Okay.
PONO: Most of the units are coming in from the east.
If we cut through the backyard Forget about Makaleka.
We're going to that party.
Why? If you were wearing a prison jumpsuit on Halloween, where would be the best place to hide? Walkin' with a dead man over my shoulder I'm all dressed up with nowhere to go Walkin' with a dead man over my shoulder Nice costumes, Officers.
I'm busted.
Take me in! (LAUGHTER) Yeah, me, too! Waitin' for an invitation to arrive Going to a party where no one's still alive (CRUNCHING) Mmm.
(CHUCKLING) I'm telling you, once you go hurricane popcorn, you can't go back to regular popcorn.
I mean, I can't even imagine one without the other.
It's like cereal and milk.
Or Magnum and Higgins.
(CHUCKLES) Hey, if I hadn't showed up, you wouldn't be scared out here by yourself? Only if some lolo came barging out of the woods.
(CHUCKLES) Look, I'm sorry about that, again.
It's just being out here with this sacred heiau, you wouldn't be scared to be out here with all these spirits? You don't believe in spirits? I didn't say that.
I have a healthy respect for my ancestors.
But I know you really believe in that stuff.
So you wouldn't be scared to think you were constantly being watched? (EXHALES) My husband had the loudest voice you ever heard.
His friends called him the human megaphone.
(CHUCKLES SOFTLY) His laugh lit up whatever room he was in.
Sometimes, when I'm alone in nature and it's dead quiet, I can still hear him laughing.
Do I think it's scary to be surrounded by spirits? It's much scarier to think that we're not.
(QUIETLY): Yeah.
MAGNUM: These pics of Ika are useless.
Half the people in here are wearing masks.
Hey.
How tall did you say he was? I don't know, Magnum.
I didn't ask him that question.
So he's a close friend of yours, and you have no idea how tall he is? I judge a man by his heart, Magnum, not his height.
Knock it off, all right? This is your $15,000 we're trying to get back.
Hey, it's 50 grand.
Nah, I'm pretty sure you said it was 15.
I'm pretty sure it was 50 grand since I'm the one that's missing 50 grand.
Okay, this is suspicious.
Why are you throwing around that kind of cash? And how do you even know Ika? We're best friends.
Okay, we're friends.
We're, like, best new acquaintances, okay? Which means? Which means that I've met him twice, and they were very meaningful encounters.
I'd call them "seated encounters," so I don't know exactly how tall he is, but he's got really good body posture when he's sitting, if that's what you want to know.
I can't do this anymore.
Okay, I paid for his bail with stolen money, all right, so I could get money in return in the form of a government check.
Jin, that is money laundering.
Well, I call it a "financial cleanse.
" Listen, it would have gone over smoothly if he didn't jump bail.
All right? We didn't hurt anybody.
Why are you so bent out of shape over it? You know, I wanted to believe you when you said you were making better choices, and that's on me.
But you made me bail on a real client, and that's on you.
Good night, Jin.
I'm sorry.
(PANTING, GROANING) Jin! (SCREAMING) What? Excuse me.
Excuse me! Go find Katsumoto! Go! Okay.
Okay.
Okay! You're gonna be okay, all right? Just try not to move your neck too much.
It's Pono, right? Take the knife out.
No, no, no.
It's gonna have to stay in for now.
That's the only thing stopping you from bleeding out.
We're gonna get you some help, okay? EMS is on the way.
- Just take it easy.
- Sir - Save your energy.
- No.
It's Watts.
He ditched his jumpsuit for civilian clothes.
Blue jeans, green flannel.
Need all units at 1275 Nuku.
Watts spotted.
He's in blue jeans and a green flannel.
I repeat: blue jeans and a green flannel.
Katsumoto, I know you got your guys on it, but Go get the bastard.
Come on.
(GRUNTS WEAKLY) Hey, look at me.
Look at me.
You did great.
All right? Just take it easy.
I'll be fine.
Go get him.
Oh, we'll get him.
I'm staying right here with you.
You just hang on.
All right, now we can either sleep 180 back-to-back, or we can take alternating naps.
Rick, you're not in a bunker in Afghanistan with TC and Magnum, all right? We're in an old lady's house in Hawaii.
(GHOSTLY WAILING IN DISTANCE) No, that can't be.
(GHOSTLY WAILING CONTINUES) Yep.
Okay.
I heard that.
Let's check it out, shall we? It's probably just the plumbing.
Yeah, his plumbing sounds just like a screaming child.
Totally normal.
(GHOSTLY WAILING ECHOING) (FLOOR CREAKS) (GHOSTLY WAILING CONTINUES) (STAIRS CREAKING) (GHOSTLY WAILING CONTINUES) (WHISPERS): I think it's coming from up here.
(LOUD WAILING) (EXHALES) Hear that? I think it's coming from behind that door.
After you.
Me? Why me? Because this is your haunted house fantasy.
(SIGHS): Good point.
Well, it's just a normal doorknob anyway, right? Right.
Or is it? It's actually quite an ornate little fellow.
Is it brass or copper? It's hard to tell.
Depends on whether or not it's been lacquered, but oftentimes, a strange patina will Are you kidding me? Move.
You see? - That wasn't so hard, now, was it? - Right.
Now, sometimes you can just reach in and find the light in here.
Aah! Aah! - What was that? - Well, if I had to guess, I would say the corpse of a young child.
(SIGHS) Rick.
(MUTTERS) "Corpse of a child.
" Whoa.
(FLOOR CREAKING) HIGGINS: Well isn't that charming? I was gonna say the same thing.
(LOUD WAILING) That was not coming from in here.
Mm-mm.
Okay, don't worry, Higgy, you got this.
So if wasn't for Scrappy, the gang wouldn't have known that it was the gardener pretending to be a ghost the whole time.
Like, he pulled his mask off, and it was the gardener.
There was never a ghost in the first place.
Honey, if you have to explain it, it ain't scary.
(SIGHS) Kumu, if you got a better story, then I do, actually.
Then by all means.
There once was a man named Hanalei who was cursed with a taste for human flesh.
He kept his cravings at bay by hunting boar, but one day a storm kept him from hunting, and he was desperate for something to eat.
Then he spotted a little girl.
Oh.
The villagers heard screams, and when they arrived, Hanalei was gorging on her flesh.
He refused to settle for boar again.
And some say, to this day he roams the forest searching for his next meal.
- (BRANCHES SNAPPING) - (GASPING) (PANTING): Please.
Help.
It's my little brother.
He's in danger.
Please.
We were riding our bikes to go see the heiau, and he just fell over the side.
Oh.
(WHIMPERING) What's his name? Keala.
Keala, don't look down.
Hold on.
Please hurry.
Kids, get away from the edge! Get away from the edge.
KEALA: Help! Hurry! Grab on! (GRUNTS) Be careful, TC.
How about now? (STRAINING) (YELLS) Those roots aren't gonna hold much longer.
Please do something! I have an idea.
Hold on.
KEALA: Hurry! Anything? No, not yet.
Maybe Watts went back Ika.
What is it? You got Watts? Let me call you right back.
- No, ho-hold - (LINE CLICKS) Excuse me.
(METALLIC CLANKING) (WHIMPERS) Blue jeans, green flannel.
It's the Waianae Killer.
(PANTING) (PHONE BEEPING) - (LINE RINGING) - Magnum, pick up, pick up, pick up, pick up.
- Jin? - Magnum.
Hello? - Magnum! - Jin! Magnum! Damn! (ENGINE STARTS) Jin, what's going on? I'm in the truck with Watts.
What do you mean? He was getting away, so I snuck inside the truck bed.
- Why? - JIN: Heroes don't ask why.
We just go on instinct.
Now be a good sidekick and do your nerdy ping thing.
No, I'm saying, why'd you hop in the back of the truck when you could've just thrown your phone in? Way to ruin a heroic moment.
Whatever.
Just add me to Find My Friends, all right? Oh, I'm really flattered you're trying to take our relationship to the next level.
No, it's to track you, genius.
Oh, yeah, hang on.
(PHONE DINGS) (CHIMES) Okay, I I'm-I'm tracking you.
Just-just hang tight and don't do anything stupid.
TC: Keala, we're gonna get you out of this.
Just keep looking at me, okay? Please hurry! (VEHICLE APPROACHING) ALL: Yes! Oh, boy.
Okay, buddy, I'm gonna come to you, all right? Hop on.
Where the hell'd you learn to drive that thing? I worked construction for my uncle back in the day.
You sure you know what you're doing? This is not my first rodeo.
Okay.
Okay, I'm good.
Hang on tight.
I'm gonna send you out.
I can't see anything.
You're gonna have to be my eyes.
(KEALA WHIMPERING) Okay.
A little to the left.
- KUMU: Okay.
- A little more.
Okay, there! Send me down.
Okay.
How much further? A few more feet.
Okay, right there.
Stop! Hey, buddy.
You're gonna be okay.
I just need you to do one thing.
I need you to let go of those roots and grab onto me.
- I can't.
- Look, I know you're scared, but I got you.
- (SCREAMS) - I got you.
You're gonna be okay, I promise.
Got you! (GRUNTS) I got you.
Okay, Kumu, pull us up! Okay! (TC GRUNTS) Trick or treat.
(PHONE BEEPING) Come on.
Where are you, Jin? (ENGINE STARTS) (TIRES SQUEAL) (GHOSTLY WAILING) (WAILING CONTINUES) (PHONE RINGING) (SIGHS) - Yo.
- MAGNUM: Rick! He is at the house.
The Killer of Waianae is there! (CHUCKLES): Okay, cool.
Maybe he's hungry.
We can Postmates some poke.
No, I'm not kidding! I-I He stabbed a cop in the back, and I tracked him to your location.
He's at The Slaughterhouse! Oh, no.
I just realized, might be too late for poke.
We might have to get some acai or Froyo.
Rick, listen to me! I'm-I'm not kidding! Okay, pal.
Listen, got to go.
About to crack this case wide open.
Rick! Hello? (TIRES SQUEAL) (WAILING CONTINUES) (GRUNTS) (CAT MEOWS) Higgy! You got to come check this out! (CAT MEOWS) - Here, kitty, kitty, kitty.
- (DOOR OPENS) Here, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty.
(CHUCKLES) Higgins, you're not gonna (LINE RINGING) Come on, move it! Come on, come on, Rick.
Come on, pick up the phone.
(PHONE BEEPS) (HORN HONKS) (PHONE RINGS) Jin! Watts just went in the house.
- Where are you? - MAGNUM: Listen to me, I'll be there soon, okay? HPD's on the way.
Just stay where you are.
(GRUNTING) (GRUNTING) (PANTING) (RICK GASPING) Nice of you to join us.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) Thomas, you should have seen it.
I mean, it was like a pay-per-view event.
Death match at The Slaughterhouse.
Higgy and Rick versus the Waianae Killer.
I mean, it was incredible.
So, I just spoke with Dr.
Leslie Carpenter, head of mental health facilities at Halawa.
- She treated Watts.
- What did she have to say? Back in the day, this house used to be the orphanage where Watts grew up.
He was apparently beaten by the caretakers who ran the place.
Must've reminded him of all the suffering he went through as a kid.
Exactly what Dr.
Carpenter said.
He associated everything and everyone in the house with his misery.
HIGGINS: So that's why he murdered that family 20 years ago and why he came back tonight.
Putting together everything she knows about him and what happened tonight, Dr.
Carpenter thinks he was gonna burn the place down.
You did good tonight.
Hold on, was that a compliment? Yeah.
For Higgins and Rick.
(CHUCKLES): Oh! Burn.
- (PANTING) - (CHUCKLES) Look at that.
Katsumoto walks away, and Jin just magically appears.
Yeah, I can't help it.
I'm literally allergic to cops.
- Cops and shellfish.
- (CAT MEOWS) Kitty! Hey.
(CLICKING TONGUE) Hey, sweetie.
HIGGINS: There is your ghost, Thomas.
Aw, he really likes you, Rick.
You gonna keep him? Well, Jin, I'm glad you ask, because it is a "paw-sibility.
" Oh, come on.
(LAUGHING) Yeah? You like that? I'm actually allergic to cats and terrible puns.
I will see you guys later.
(MEOWS) How you feeling? Okay.
Doc says I'll make a full recovery.
Good.
Don't expect me to start taking it easy on you.
(CHUCKLES) I wouldn't dream of it.
Can I ask you a question? Of course.
When you told me to remind my family that I was missing things because I love them were you speaking from experience? More like regret.
Got it.
I understand missing out on your kid when there's a mass murderer on the loose, but what are you doing here now? You're my responsibility.
And I'm fine.
I already missed the days of trick-or-treating.
My son's a teenager now, going to parties.
Kind of too late to take my own advice.
Is it? Daddy! (GASPS) Is that what I think it is? It's the potato chip one.
Whoa! That is exactly the kind the doctor said would heal me up.
(KISSES) Thank you.
You're welcome.
- Did you miss me? - Yeah.
- You did? Did you miss me? - Yeah.
How much? This much? (PONO LAUGHS) (PHONE BEEPS) Dennis, it's Dad.
You free this weekend? I was wondering if you wanted to grab pancakes at Cinnamon's.
I don't know what I would have done without you.
What do you mean? You did all the heavy lifting.
Literally.
(VEHICLE APPROACHING) That must have been some Halloween.
Oh, you have no idea.
Wow, TC.
You're such a Boy Scout.
Only the best for the best.
- Did you get your man? - MAGNUM: It's a long story.
We didn't get our fish, but we did get a bigger one, didn't we? And now I'm out 50 grand.
Come on, Jin.
That wasn't your money to begin with.
RICK: How about you two? You guys just sit around this nice, cozy fire and talk about your feelings all night? - That's a longer story.
- Yeah.
KAHU: Aloha kakahiaka.
- Good morning.
Aloha, Kumu.
- Aloha, kahu.
- Mahalo.
(CHUCKLES) - Mahalo.
Aloha.
Nice to see you here.
Good to see you.
Just wanted to make sure you're not - running amok in my construction site.
- (LAUGHS) Mahalo, everybody, for being here.
Are you ready? Let's begin the blessing of the heiau.
Would you join hands, please? You know, this heiau is an impressive structure.
On their own, these rocks are oddly shaped and useless.
But when they come together, they become stronger.
They find a greater purpose.
(SPEAKING HAWAIIAN) And so, for us, together, we are a team.
Let these rocks represent us, too.