Magnum P.I. (2018) s02e14 Episode Script

A Game of Cat and Mouse

1 Hey, Shammy.
Action's on you.
You in or out? All right.
I'm out.
I fold.
Fold 'em.
Too rich for my blood.
Well, if it's too rich for the most baller chef on the island, it's too rich for me.
Yeah, I'm out.
Me too.
Well, Kumu, looks like it's just you and me.
And y-you should probably fold, because I have a really good hand.
Oh, Thomas.
Your Jedi mind tricks won't work on me.
I like this.
Poker night's the one time we can all have fun and forget about our badges, choppers, bars and cases.
However, poker and solving cases do have a lot in common.
There's a lot at stake, you got to keep your cool in high-pressure situations, and as much skill as it takes, a little bit of luck never hurts.
I don't know.
Thomas, I'm feeling pretty good about your hand.
I think you got this, bro.
Hey, whose side are you guys on? Well, u-uh, emotionally, yours, but financially, his.
He owes Rick and TC money.
To him, winning this hand's their best chance at getting some of it back.
Magnum owes you guys money, too? I thought I was the only one.
Okay For the record, I think Magnum actually does have a good hand.
I'm just saying you should probably fold them.
HIGGINS: You got to know when to fold 'em - Know when to hold 'em.
- That's exactly wrong.
You switched up the lyrics.
That's probably why you're terrible at poker.
Okay, it doesn't matter what order the lyrics are in.
The-the concept is the same.
You have to know when to hold them and when to fold them.
The concept is that you're, y-you know, butchering a classic Kenny Rogers song.
Cool it with the bickery.
I've made a decision.
I'll call.
- Oh! - Ooh.
Oh Very bold, Kumu.
The only problem is, I flopped a straight.
Oh! Of course you did.
That's a great hand.
But I'm pretty sure a flush beats a straight.
Oh, come on! Are you kidding me? Don't worry, Magnum.
I don't mind paying your debt.
20% interest.
Hello? What up, Magnum? Guys, it's Jin.
Just be quiet.
I don't want him to get all worked up 'cause he didn't get invited to poker night.
Okay? Hey, Jin, what's going on? Uh, nothing much.
I was just calling Wait, do I hear poker chips being stacked? S Uh, stop, stop, stop.
How could he even hear them? Wait, is that Rick? Rick got invited to poker night and not me? Jin, you know, Rick is one of my best friends.
Yeah, and so am I.
I helped you bring down the Killer of Waianae.
- That was Rick.
- Yeah, eh, well, mostly Higgins.
I can't believe you guys are playing poker without me.
Dude, it was an impromptu game.
Well, you can impromptu ask me.
The night is still young.
All right.
Jin, would you care to join us for poker night? Sorry, can't, but thanks for the invite.
Then why'd you fish for an invite? 'Cause I just like the warm feeling of being welcome.
Anyway, I'm calling to refer a client to you guys.
Oh, really? Okay.
Yeah, it's a really important case, but I can't really talk about it on the phone.
Well, I'll come see you in person if it's for a client.
But not right now.
How about 7:00 a.
tomorrow? But why wait if it's important? 'Cause that's when visiting hours start.
Hold on.
Jin, where are you? I'm at my favorite resort.
Good to see you guys.
It's good to see you.
What's with the hand? You're supposed to press your hand against the glass where mine is.
It's a thing.
You've never seen a movie - about jail before? - I'm not doing that.
Besides, how'd you end up back in jail? Oh, I don't consider it a jail.
It's more of a second home.
Are you really surprised? I mean, it's Jin.
Yeah, but I thought he turned a corner.
Yeah, me, too.
But the problem is I turned four corners and I ended up right back here.
I'm back in because I violated my parole.
I missed a meeting with my P.
because I was helping you - catch the Killer of Waianae.
- No.
You missed your meeting because you were trying to recover 50 grand in laundered cash.
- Semantics.
- Listen, we don't really have time for this.
And who is your friend? This is my friend Rocky Ahn.
Rocky Ahn, this is Thomas Magnum and Juliet Higgins.
Tell them what you told me.
So, the highest-ranked gangbanger in here is this dude Tall John.
Now, he's still a shot caller.
Even in prison he's making moves.
Anyway, I overheard him talking to one of his crew.
Now, someone on the outside hired him to order a hit on a civilian.
Do you know who? No.
I didn't get a name.
But I overheard the time and place it's supposed to go down.
Ah, I told you this was big.
All we have to do is go out there and find out who's in danger.
Right after you guys bail me out.
There's always an angle with this one.
What is that supposed to mean? That this smells like an elaborate scheme for us to bail you out of jail.
Yeah, okay, this is something that I would do, but Rocky is my friend, and I want to see this through.
Trust me.
- This is real.
- He's right.
The second I told Jin what I overheard, he convinced me we needed to do something.
And that he knew just who to call.
- What exactly did you overhear? - Yeah.
When and where is this supposed hit going to happen? Go ahead, go.
This stays between us.
Yeah? Look, if someone's getting shot, we have to notify HPD.
No, no, no, no cops.
No cops.
Cops gon-are gonna want to know where we got our info.
I don't want anyone to know that Rocky's the source.
I-If it gets out that I snitched on Tall John, I'm a dead man.
Look, we have a trusted friend in HPD.
He will take you out of general population, make sure that you're protected.
Forget it.
You don't know the reach the guys have in here.
Look, I'll tell you what I know.
But only if you promise not to tell the cops.
They can't know under any circumstances.
You have our word.
All right.
The hit's going down at noon today.
At 125 Ko'ahana.
That's a public park.
That is a very big area to cover when we don't even know who the target is and all we have to go on is the time and place.
I mean, we would have to go now.
So you're taking the case? Well, seeing as how we're literally the only ones who can stop a killer, looks like we don't have a choice.
I just want to say thanks for bailing me out, you guys.
"You guys"? Higgy wanted to leave you locked up.
Thanks, Magnum.
Higgins, I was hoping we could work through some of the sexual tension burning between us.
Jin, no tension.
Merely disappointment.
With you, it's an endless cycle of bad decisions and redemption.
It's tedious.
Oh, that's right.
I'm in redemption mode.
I'm ready to help.
Speaking of, since I brought you this case, and there's only the three of us, can we please use the Range Rover? Sorry, it's in the shop.
Looks like the barbecue's the only thing going on in the park.
That's right.
Someone there could be our target.
What do we do now? Stake it out from here? No, we have to identify the hit man.
Best chance of doing that's on foot.
We actually got to be - up close and at the barbecue.
- Nice.
I haven't eaten since yesterday.
The only problem is we have no idea - who we're looking for.
- Not exactly.
We're looking for someone who seems out of place.
Likely on their own.
Someone who seems distracted.
Somebody who's not eating or mingling and most likely wearing layers to conceal a weapon.
You guys just basically described all my friends.
Okay, so Rocky said that this was gonna happen at noon, right? - That's right.
- That gives us less than 15 minutes to identify and neutralize any threat.
I love it when she talks like that.
- She's like an action hero.
- Okay, let's move.
- Hello.
- Hi.
Um, cranberry soda, please.
- You got it, miss.
- Thank you.
So I've just arrived.
Uh, has it been this mellow all day? It's Hawaii, miss.
Every day's this mellow.
- Right.
- Enjoy.
Nothing so far.
How about you? No.
All I see is shiny, happy people everywhere I look.
And Jin's working hard.
Yeah - As ever.
- Can I get your number? Yeah, sure.
Are you working or flirting? Don't say both.
It's not my fault that the hottest girl here gave me her number.
You got her number? - Yeah.
- Let me see it.
Jin, it's fake.
You're just jealous 'cause I got the number and not you.
It's, like, six digits and one of them is the letter E.
That's definitely a three.
And there's only ten possibilities for that seventh number.
She can tell that I'm the type of guy that lives - for the thrill of the chase.
- Jin, tell me, what have you done today other than convince us to bail you out of jail, crash a party so you could talk to women and mooch some food off some strangers? What is it? Guy over there, under the tree.
Dark trousers, blue jacket.
He's carrying a weapon.
Here, hold this.
What? Stay here.
Excuse me.
- What the hell?! - You won't be needing that.
- I will be needing that.
- Why? It's none of your business.
I'm a security guard at the Kohala Center.
I'm just on break.
Let me see some ID.
Now, your turn.
Who the hell are you? He checks out.
I don't want to die.
You're not going to, okay? Stay with me.
Call 911.
Bartender, Ko Chua, is being rushed to the hospital in serious condition.
We're just trying to piece together what happened.
First question: what were you all doing here in the first place? A client told us something might go down today.
And you didn't think to tell us? Well, we didn't have anything concrete.
Plus, our client made us promise not - to tell you guys.
- And who's this client? Someone confidential who needs to be protected.
Well, I already know if your client didn't want you to talk to the cops, he's likely a criminal.
Not necessarily.
A lot of people - don't like talking to the cops.
- Yeah.
But since you're here, you must have some connection to them, which supports the theory that he's shady.
Okay, first of all, that's offensive.
And second of all, shouldn't we be focusing on what we do know? He's right.
And Jin actually did get a good look at the shooter.
- That's helpful.
- Detective Katsumoto? Don't slip away, Jin.
I'll be right back.
We need to find that girl that gave you that fake phone number.
I told you it wasn't fake.
It's called gamesmanship.
Jin, we don't care whether it was real or fake.
We're just saying that she was obsessed with videos and selfies, she might have recorded something that could be useful.
Okay, I'm on it.
What are you thinking? Whether we did the right thing not telling Katsumoto.
I made a promise to Rocky.
Yes, but now we're the only two people who are aware of vital clues in this case.
That's why we need to see it through.
Are you sure we should be teaming up with a criminal in this? Criminal? - You're talking about Jin? - Well Worked cases with him before, he's fine.
Yeah, but since then, he has repeatedly made some very bad decisions.
Jin's a good guy, all right? He just gives in to temptation once in a while.
I think you're being too judgmental.
I think you're being too naive.
Maybe, but I genuinely think he's trying to change.
Leopards don't change their spots, Thomas.
I know this from experience.
Yeah, well, I don't think we should be giving up on him.
You gave that guy your number? Oh, it was a fake.
I just had to get out of there.
You're terrible.
I'm hungry, though.
Let's go get some food.
You're really committing to the bit.
I respect the game.
Oh, it all looks so good.
What do we have? We have kalua pig, laulau, sweet potato There it is.
You can't see anything.
There's no shot of the Mustang.
Wait, go back to before the shooting.
Right there.
You see, the caterer reacts before anybody else does.
And she runs away before shots are fired.
She must've recognized the car.
Um, knowing that whoever was inside posed a threat.
Yeah, and she hasn't returned even though it's safe.
That might mean that the caterer was the real target.
Maybe Ko was just an innocent bystander.
- What do you got? - Okay, we think that this caterer was the real target.
We don't know who she is.
Ana Chua.
She's Ko's sister.
The host of the barbecue said he hired them from the same catering company.
Well, if Ana was the real target, then doesn't it mean that she could still be under threat? Yeah, we got to find her.
Maybe she went to see Ko at the hospital.
She might be there.
We also need to find the hit man.
Jin, you're coming to HPD, help me ID him.
Let me just spitball a little bit here.
What if Magnum and I go to the hospital and Higgins can go to HPD? Or Higgins and I can go to the hospital and Magnum go to HPD? Negative.
We spoke to everyone here.
You're the only one who got a good look at him.
You're with me, let's go.
There you are.
Have fun.
Good to see you again.
You haven't started going through the book yet.
I can't.
Everybody's looking at me.
Of course they are.
They know you.
So they're making sure you're not stealing anything off my desk.
Come on, get to it.
We're wasting time.
Hey, this is my buddy Jace.
I haven't seen him in so long.
Wonder if he's still running scams.
He had such a gift.
Tommy G, the shoplifter.
What happened to all his hair? He should steal some Propecia.
Oh, my God.
This one's mine.
Double chin.
Hey, can retake this photo, but from a different angle? My good side? Not a chance.
Why not, I mean Some of these photos get leaked on the Internet.
That one guy got a modeling contract.
Oh, my God.
That's him.
Who, another buddy? No, man, the shooter.
That's him.
This way.
- Thank you.
- Thanks.
My name is Thomas Magnum.
This is Juliet Higgins.
We're private investigators.
Hi, uh, I'm Ko's Uncle Kinny.
We're really sorry about what happened.
Uh, how is he doing? He's been out the whole time.
Nurse says he'll be okay.
Just needs to rest up a little bit.
That's great to hear.
Has Ana been here? No.
Uh, I'm surprised she hasn't come by yet.
Do you happen to know if she's been in any kind of trouble recently? Is that what this is all about? We can't say for sure, but we're trying to find out.
That's Jin.
Excuse us for a second.
Hey, what's up? Magnum, we ID'd the shooter.
His name is Trevor Bates.
Katsumoto says he has a long rap sheet.
We're texting you the photo now.
Got it.
Katsumoto's looking into any known associates.
- Oh, my God.
- What? He's here in the room.
We can cut him off on the third floor.
Must have gotten out on a different floor.
Clearly not his uncle.
Must have been waiting for Ana to show up so he could finish the job.
I have to say, it's nice to partner up.
Steady, Jin, we're not partners.
Magnum's just at the hospital with HPD checking the nearby security footage.
Wait, is this the same Range Rover that was supposed to be in the shop? Uh yes, it is, yes.
That was a quick repair.
Are you sure it's safe enough to drive? Yeah.
Yeah, it's fine.
I see.
Higgins, cops, quick, hold my hand.
Pretend we're a couple.
They are here in case Ana returns to her apartment.
I gave Detective Katsumoto the heads-up that we'd be stopping by.
In any case, wh-what would holding hands accomplish? Clearly, you know nothing about the art of disguise.
My name is Juliet Higgins.
Detective Katsumoto Said you might be swinging by.
Ana wasn't home.
However, clear signs of forced entry.
Could have been Uncle Kinny.
Whoever it was left before we got here.
Okay, thank you.
Looks like somebody was on a tight budget.
How do you figure? Ramen noodles.
Three 12 packs, that's 36 meals, that's 25 cents each.
That's actually pretty observant of you, Jin.
Oh, I've lived off these for years.
What, in college? No, I know I give off a smart vibe, but I didn't even graduate high school.
You don't say? No, it's true.
My little sisters and I didn't have much growing up.
My parents weren't really around.
Actually, that's why I started stealing.
I wanted to give my little sisters enough to get by.
They're doing great now One's a nurse, the other one's a teacher.
I always say to myself, I had to go down my path just so they wouldn't have to.
Well, that might be true, Jin.
But it sounds like they're doing pretty well now.
Mm, I would say that you probably don't have to continue down this path.
Yeah, but this is just who I am.
It's hard to quit something when that's the only thing you're good at.
Well Wait a minute.
Okay, what are you doing, aside from making a mess? People don't normally shred things that aren't important or confidential, right? Oh, there might be something here that's gonna help us figure out - what Ana's next move is.
- Mm-hmm.
But it'll take a month to put it back together.
No, there are programs that can actually do it for you now.
You have to photograph every single shred, but it's slightly less tedious than putting them back together manually.
I'm sure I can enlist Kumu.
Yeah, but aside from these shreds, we have nothing else to go on.
Sadly so.
The girl we're trying to protect is on the run, and the guy who ordered the hit on her is stuck in prison, so we can't get to him.
Maybe we can.
Why are you looking at me like I'm a piece of meat? To your right.
Okay, one more from this angle.
Do we have a better lighting option than this? No, we're done.
You got your reshoot.
Okay, do you want me to do this or what? Yeah.
That's the one.
I'm gonna put that on Tinder.
Photoshoot's over.
It's time to focus, all right? - Your mission - Should I choose to accept it I accept it.
Just get close to Tall John and do whatever it takes to find out who hired him and ordered the hit, okay? Okay.
I got this.
Because if you fail, we might just have to keep you in there.
That's a little harsh.
He serious? Hey, why are Tall John's guys huddled around him so closely? Oh, that move is called the teepee.
They're just blocking Tall John.
He's got a burner phone.
Something's about to go down.
My guess it has something to do with the hit he ordered that went sideways.
I have to know who he's texting.
It's probably the guy that hired Tall John to do the hit.
Well, there's no way to know for sure unless you literally had that phone.
That's the plan.
What's the plan? Wonder Twin powers activate.
It's go time.
Hey, Kumu, can I ask you a serious question? Of course.
Do you think I'm doing a really good job with these decorations? TC, you're absolutely killing it.
Really, guys? What's wrong? I ask you to come here, help decorate the place for karaoke night, and all you can do is just sit here and goof around.
Can't you take anything seriously? Looks like I'm gonna have to take a break from this.
Magnum and Higgins need a favor.
Welcome to the club.
Stop with the hand, okay? I'm not doing that.
You're gonna want to after I tell you what I got.
Tall John's burner phone.
- Wow.
Well done, Jin.
- Thanks, partner.
Magnum? Fine.
I've missed you.
- How'd you get the phone? - You're actually gonna ask me that knowing my profession? Fair enough.
Okay, so Tall John was hired by a guy by the name of Bill Nash.
Bill Nash? I've heard of him.
He's a big real estate mogul.
Why would a successful businessman hire an imprisoned gangster to take out a caterer? No idea.
But there's always been this cloud of suspicion surrounding Nash.
Rumor has it that some of his affiliations are with some seriously shady people.
Obviously he's using Tall John to do his bidding.
He was accused of using his shady connections to get where he is today.
He's denied every single allegation, of course.
Oh, it's Kumu.
- I'll text Katsumoto to fill him in.
- Kumu? I finished uploading all the shreds.
It's recreating the documents now.
Guys, you know I love you, I do, I really do, and I want to help, okay, but if you're gonna use this table as your office space, we're gonna have to work out some kind of rental fee.
Rental fee? Hold on, Starbucks doesn't charge people for using their tables - or their Wi-Fi.
- That's because they have paying customers.
At least they buy a cup of coffee.
Okay, well, put Kumu's coffee on my tab.
No, no, a tab is something that people eventually pay.
What you have is a massive unsecured building debt.
It's done.
I'm sending the documents now.
Kumu, I love you.
Rick, thank you for the office space.
Yeah, well, thanks doesn't pay the bills around here, pal.
It's a few bills, paystubs and statements.
Wow, she really doesn't get paid much for as hard as she works.
We knew this by looking at her apartment.
Okay, this is interesting.
On every payday, she deposits her checks and gets money out at the same ATM like clockwork.
That makes sense for someone living check to check.
Well, the thing is is today happens to be payday.
Why would she go to that ATM now that she's fearing for her life? If someone's in hiding and they're low on cash, they It might be the only option.
It's worth a shot.
Come on, we'll pay your bail on the way out.
Wait, wait, wait.
You're gonna have to hold off on that.
I've got a couple of things cooking in here.
All right, just leave him here.
I don't have time for this.
No, wait.
Jin, you are better and worth more than anything you could have cooking in here.
Okay? We're paying your bail, you're coming with us.
Okay, there's the ATM.
History repeats itself, Ana should be here soon.
You know, you were really quick to bail out Jin today.
Yeah, well, I am learning that what Jin thinks he wants and what he actually wants are quite different.
Okay, there she is.
We got to approach her calmly because she's probably already on high alert.
Magnum That's Kinny.
He's out cold.
Where's Ana? Almost there.
Gentle with his head.
- He'll be fine.
- Magnum, what are you Detective Higgins, this is Keno and his girlfriend Lani.
They were kind enough to help me.
This is my partner.
Shoot, it's undercover cops.
- Yeah.
- Cool.
Well, uh, thank you, guys, but I think we got it from here.
- Thanks.
- Appreciate the help.
What? You try carrying that body.
He's heavy.
I thought you promised Detective Katsumoto that you would retire that stupid false badge.
We're gonna argue over something that's already done? Right.
Ana's gone.
And she can't have got far, otherwise you would've seen her running up the street.
I think she's got to be in - one of these two buildings.
- Right.
Divide and conquer.
Uh, excuse me, sir.
Does everybody need a key card to use the elevator? Yeah.
Stairs, too.
Much obliged.
Now just the exterior cameras from the front of the building about seven minutes ago.
I don't see anything.
Ana, my name is Juliet Higgins.
My partner and I, we're private investigators.
Listen, we're here to help you.
We're the ones that just took out that man who was chasing you.
We were also at the barbecue earlier.
Your brother Ko He was shot and wounded accidentally.
Ko was shot? Is he okay? He's fine.
He's in recovery at the hospital.
- Oh - I I actually met him at the barbecue today.
He seems like a-a really, really nice guy.
Look, we're here to help you.
We want to get the men who are doing this, but we need to understand what's going on.
That car was following me the past few days.
I thought I was being paranoid, but this morning it was parked outside my building.
When it showed up at work, I knew someone was after me, so I ran.
I-I tried calling Ko on a payphone, but he didn't pick up.
I just figured he didn't recognize the number.
It's going to be fine.
I promise.
I have to ask.
Um, why didn't you call the police? Uh Ko and I are here illegally.
We came here two years ago and have been working catering jobs to try to make a life for ourselves.
I didn't want to risk losing everything we have been working towards.
I understand.
I don't want to work I want to bang on the drum - All day - I'll just be a moment.
I have to take this.
- I don't want to play.
- Don't worry.
You're safe.
I found her.
Ana said that when she was prepping a dinner party for a wealthy lawyer named David Berger that she accidentally walked into the wrong room and saw two men having a very private meeting.
I saw one of the men counting out a lot of money from an envelope.
I apologized, but from the look on their faces, they were really upset that I interrupted them.
I didn't know who they were.
But she was able to describe them, and one of the men was Bill Nash.
The real estate mogul Jin said ordered the hit.
- Right.
- And who was the other guy? Ryo Shizuko.
He's a notorious fixer.
Why do I know that name? Because he's been implicated in several crimes, just never been convicted.
The authorities have been convinced for years that he's been doing Nash's dirty work, but no one's ever been able to prove the connection, let alone ever see them in a room together.
Until now.
I mean, if you saw Nash give Shizuko money They certainly are going to want to quiet her.
I mean, Nash's entire real estate empire's at stake.
That would definitely make you a loose end, and He's not gonna want to let you live.
We've got to get you down to HPD and into protective custody.
Y No.
I can't.
We have a very good friend in HPD.
Honestly, you have to trust us on this.
The car.
There they are.
Oh! Let's go.
There's more men? Tall John must have called backup.
- That's got to be them.
- What are they doing? Clearing the building of witnesses.
Come on.
Magnum? Where are you? We're with Ana at 144 Makka Street.
The men who want her dead are armed and after us.
How fast can you get here? Eight minutes.
I don't know that we can elude them for eight minutes.
You don't have a choice.
I'm on my way.
What are we gonna do? We're gonna stay alive until he gets here.
Hey, watch it.
I'm so sorry.
Nice to see Jin is rubbing off on you.
This accesses both the elevators and the stairs.
Could be a bad idea.
They take over the building, they could shut down the elevators.
We'd be trapped in there.
Stairs it is.
You, cover the entrance.
You two, you go floor to floor until you find the girl.
Come on.
You're with me.
Still seven minutes until Katsumoto gets here.
He said he was eight minutes out.
It's only been one minute? Yes.
That's how mathematics works.
Oh There were five of them including Kinny.
There's four of them left.
Oh, you did that without using your fingers, Magnum.
- Well done.
- They're coming up.
- Okay - I have an idea.
Follow me.
Well, there's not much in here that can defend against a gun.
Magnum, that ladder only extends 20 feet.
The other side is too far.
No, it's not.
I just did an ocular distance survey.
I think it's fine.
And thus concludes today's mathematics lesson.
They probably heard that.
Let's get out of here.
Come on.
Go back.
They're already on this floor.
We're running out of time.
I have a plan.
Well, it's actually your plan.
Go, go, go.
Oh! They know where we are now.
Won't they just be waiting for us when we get off? The idea isn't to escape, it's just to survive.
For the next three minutes, at least.
- But we're trapped.
- Exactly.
Stopping the elevator creates a makeshift safe room.
Just give us the girl and We'll let you go.
Uh, y-yeah, that's-that's a great idea, but just give us a minute so we can put our heads together and think about this.
Don't be stupid.
We'll bypass the emergency stop in no time.
- All right, you can have the girl - What? but just, w-we need something in return.
You're in no position to negotiate a list of demands.
No, t-this isn't a list.
We just want one thing.
What? A-A quarter.
Okay? 25 cents.
Not just any one.
A 1932 Denver-minted Washington quarter.
If you can get that for us you can have the girl.
Deal's off.
What's going on? They've bypassed the emergency stop.
I thought you said this was a safe room.
What's the plan now? Just stay back.
Get behind me.
You're welcome.
That was more than eight minutes.
No, it wasn't.
Don't worry.
Magnum's just terrible with numbers.
It's okay.
You're safe.
Come on.
Thank you for keeping her safe.
You're very welcome.
A minute? We've got Bill Nash and Ryo Shizuko in custody.
Turns out the payout that Ana witnessed was for Shizuko to deal with some locals who were in the way of a big real estate deal for Nash.
So getting Tall John's burner phone actually helped.
It was crucial in corroborating Ana's eyewitness account.
Jin did well.
Hate to admit it, but he really did.
You guys weren't bad, either.
So now do you think Jin's changed? Let's just say I'm a little less skeptical and a little more hopeful.
You got to know when to hold 'em Know when to fold 'em Know when to walk away - And know when to run - She got the words right.
- Yeah! - You never count your money - Well done, Higgy.
- When you're sittin' at the table - Yeah! - There'll be time enough for countin' When the dealin's done.
Ah, I will be here all week.
Yeah! Beer's on me.
Well, actually, on you, because I bought these with my poker winnings.
- Here you go.
- Thank you.
No, thank you.
By the way, I totally knew you were lying about the Range Rover.
Ah, well.
I guess you can't con a con man.
You're also wrong about one thing.
And what's that? We have chemistry.
We make great partners.
If you want to drop the dead weight, hit me up.
Duly noted.
Yo, get up here.
It's a good one.
At first I was afraid, I was petrified Kept thinkin' I could never live Without you by my side But then I spent so many nights Thinking how you did me wrong And I grew strong, and I learned how to get along And so you're back From outer space I just walked in to find you here With that sad look upon your face I should have changed that stupid lock I should have made you leave your keys If I'd have known for just one second You'd be back to bother me Go on now, go, walk out the door Just turn around now 'Cause you're not welcome anymore Weren't you the one who tried to hurt me with goodbye? You think I'd crumble? Did you think I'd lay down and die? Oh, no, not I I will survive.

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