Magnum P.I. (2018) s04e01 Episode Script

Island Vibes

- That was fast.
- MAGNUM: Yeah, a lot less security than I expected.
And I expected you to lie about how many security guards you had to take out.
(CHUCKLES) Remember in Shakhty when he took out a pack of insurgents? Why do we have to keep having this conversation? Three is a pack.
Okay, White Knight.
Whatever you say.
You see the painting? Yeah.
Actually, there's a few paintings.
Hang on.
Just to be clear, is it a pack of paintings? Funny.
Found it.
Retinal scanner and all.
So far, so good on the intel.
You got the baggie? Unfortunately, yes.
And it is disgusting.
(SCANNER WHIRRING) You got to be kidding me.
What's the matter? It's empty.
Well, maybe our intel wasn't so good after all.
Maybe security was light for a reason.
Ah, somebody could've gotten here first, taken out a few guards, emptied the safe.
Yeah, yeah.
If that's the case, they're probably long gone by now.
Meet me back at the checkpoint in 90 seconds.
(GRUNTING) Drop it.
And take off the mask.
Who are you? The name's Belle.
"And as the White Knight studied Belle, "the corner of his mouth lifted up ever so slightly.
"It was a self-satisfied grin, "and once Belle had seen it, she wanted nothing more "than to wipe it off his face with her foot.
" ETHAN: Wow.
That is what I call an introduction.
- I'm loving this book.
- (CHUCKLES) Yeah.
I mean, Robin sure knows how to spin a good yarn.
I'll give him that.
What's wrong? I mean, sure, the plot is It's diverting.
It's just the way that Robin describes T.
She's cold.
Aloof and judgmental.
Come on, it's just a book.
Belle is definitely not you.
I know, but she was inspired by me.
Well, the parts of her that are you, I can totally see.
I mean, she's brilliant.
Go on.
(CHUCKLES) Decisive.
And? And about to be deservedly frustrated.
Did not see that one coming.
No, no, no, it's just I, uh, I really need to split.
Patients are starting to line up.
Hey, are you sure you don't want to join me? I'm only two counties over.
I, uh, have to fly the other doctors to Bartolimo in the morning.
(CHUCKLES) It's funny how we traveled halfway around the world just to, uh, video chat.
Well, it's what we signed up for.
Go where the help is needed.
You are the best.
All right, get to it.
I have over 200 more pages of bittersweet overanalyzing to do.
All right.
Have fun.
I miss you.
(COMPUTER CHIMES) I wonder what Magnum thinks.
Honestly, it's not as good as his last one.
I really hope Robin hasn't lost his touch.
That's a bit extreme.
I think it lacks the realism of his earlier stuff.
Oh, yeah, like the one where you parachuted from outer space.
TC: (CHUCKLES) I think he's just a little bit jelly because the White Knight ends up being upstaged by T.
That's ridiculous.
I don't know, I think TC has a point here.
You think I'm jealous because a character loosely based on me gets upstaged by a character that's loosely based on Higgins? I mean, come on.
I think it's great Robin finally put a woman in the mix.
Yeah, totally.
I mean, up until now, the White Knight books have been a total sausage fest.
- TC: That's true.
- (DOOR CLOSES) RICK: Speaking of beautiful women - crashing a sausage fest - Very funny.
Oh, my God.
Isn't the book amazing? Uh, yeah.
Parts of it.
Did you get to chapter nine yet? No.
Why? That's when you hook up with Juliet.
I definitely did not read that, but, uh, thank you for the image.
(CHUCKLES) Don't blame me.
Masters wrote it.
Well, I'm definitely gonna skip that chapter.
Good idea.
It's pretty steamy.
(CHUCKLES) Anyway, I need background checks on some new staff.
- You got it, boss.
- Okay.
But, uh, first, I got to run.
I got to go meet a client.
I'll see you guys later.
Oh, oh, oh.
I just, uh, put in some new ti plants near the main house.
Try not to trample through them next time the lads are chasing you.
I'll be sure to watch where I step next time I am running for my life.
(CHUCKLES) Higgins has been gone for five months, so it's not surprising that we all miss her.
Still, I got to say, it's nice being a lone-wolf P.
No one to answer to, and I get to pick all the cases, so it doesn't have to be about chasing the money.
Case in point, I got a call yesterday from a struggling single mom named Jenny Liu.
Not a lucrative case, but rewarding.
And I admit, I kind of have a soft spot for single mothers, having been raised by one myself.
How you doing? Thomas Magnum.
I have an appointment with Jenny.
I'm Dan, Jenny's father.
And she's not here.
That's odd.
She confirmed just yesterday.
I don't know anything about that.
Well, do you have any idea when she'll be back? I wish I did.
She didn't come home from work last night.
Are you telling me she's missing? Look, I'm sorry.
I have to go.
Hold on.
I think I can help.
How? Who are you, exactly? Someone who knows how to find people.
DAN: When I couldn't reach Jenny on her cell, I called the hotel where she works on the overnight cleaning crew.
I talked to one of her coworkers.
He said he hadn't seen her in weeks.
But as far as we knew, she was still going to work every night.
Is there anything else about Jenny that might be helpful to know? Has she been in any kind of trouble or get into any recent altercations? A few years ago, Jenny moved to Vegas to be a dealer at a casino.
It was a good job till she fell in with the wrong crowd, and she developed a pretty serious drug problem.
She came home to get help.
I thought she was clean, but now You think she's been using again.
Or up to something illegal.
She already has a record for theft.
(EXHALES) You mind if I hang on to that photo? Pap, you said Mommy would be back now.
Where is she? Uh, you must be Emma.
My name's Thomas, and I'm a friend of your mom's, and we were supposed to have a meeting today, but she didn't make it.
That just means I have to go find her.
Don't worry, I will.
And she'll be back home in no time.
Promise? Promise.
Okay? I don't want to work I want to bang on the drum all day I don't want to play I just want to Oh, my God.
Do you have any idea what time it is? Yeah.
It's, uh, 2:00 p.
Why? (YAWNS) It's 3:00 a.
, Magnum.
Well, yes, where you're at, it's 3:00 a.
Sorry about that, Higgy.
- (EXHALES) - MAGNUM: So, um, how's it going? How's Ethan? You know, pretending to care how I'm doing to hide the fact that you're asking for a favor doesn't actually work at 3:00 in the morning, Magnum.
It just makes it more aggravating.
- Point taken.
- HIGGINS: All right, can we just get to whatever it is that you want so that I can go back to sleep? MAGNUM: Of course.
I'm looking for a missing woman named Jenny Liu.
I need anything you can find to help track her down.
Credit card statements, ATM transaction, that kind of thing.
Can't Gordon help you with this? Well, he could, but you're better at it.
Or is it because you miss me and you were looking for an excuse to call? You mean like when T.
Belle calls up that Russian spy? No, I'm just, uh, trying to find Jenny as quickly as possible.
Oh, s-so, you've read the book, then.
- Not all the way through, no.
- HIGGINS: You know, there's one scene that bothers me quite a bit.
MAGNUM: Yeah, you know what? I'm right there with you.
I mean, I-I only heard about it, but I'm definitely gonna skip that chapter.
In fact, I might even tear those pages out.
I have no idea what Robin was thinking.
I'm talking about my introduction.
Wh-Why? What are you talking about? Uh n-nothing.
Uh, so, about those financials Just, uh, send me Ms.
Liu's info.
Of course.
Thanks, Higgy.
Oh, and, uh, one more thing.
Can you make sure you get back to me at a reasonable hour? You know how important my sleep is, right? Good night, Magnum.
- Detective Kaleo.
- What's in the box? Well, it's a surprise.
I could give you a hint, but that would ruin Five Coco Puffs from Liliha Bakery.
How'd you know? Why five? That box is the size they use for their half dozen order, but there's a small chocolate smudge on the edge, so I'm guessing you ate one.
Also, Coco Puffs are half off today, and well, you have a reputation around here for being thrifty.
KATSUMOTO: She means "cheap.
" What do you want, Magnum? Need you to put out a BOLO on a woman named Jenny Liu.
She's been missing since last night.
Also, I'd like you to ping her cell phone so I can track her last location.
Well, she needs to be missing for 48 hours.
You know that.
Did I say "last night"? I did say "last night.
" I meant two nights ago.
I'm not here.
Give me a minute.
LIA: Here.
Where was it? (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) At my place.
Well, obviously, but I checked everywhere before I left.
I couldn't find it.
There's a little Bermuda Triangle couch cushion situation that (FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING) You may want to check hospitals.
Maybe she was in an accident.
- Yeah.
Yeah, that's a good idea.
- (KATSUMOTO SIGHS) Jenny's phone last pinged at 8:34 last night.
She was at Clear Path.
It's a rehab facility.
- That's where Jenny got clean.
- (PHONE CHIMES) I'm wanted upstairs.
Thanks, Gordie.
You bet.
Well, that was close.
You know, it's been six weeks.
I don't get why we're still running around, hiding from everyone.
Yes, you do.
Well, I got to go.
In the meantime Grab one of these.
- (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) - Detective Kaleo.
SUZY: Wow, okay.
Thank you so much.
Okay, talk soon.
Okay, let me guess.
That was HOT 97.
You were the 97th caller, and you won a free lunch at Ala Moana mall.
I got accepted to a six-month residency - at that artist co-op.
- What? - That's huge! Wow.
- I know.
(CHUCKLES) That's, uh, amazing.
Wait, isn't-isn't that the one that's in? Yeah.
San Diego.
- Right.
- Right.
And I actually have to leave in a few days, which means I have to give notice, like, now.
Uh Well, a-a lot of emotions happening here.
Mainly happy.
Happy for you, of course, but, uh, also super bummed because I guess I guess that means you're leaving.
I know.
But on the bright side, you're no longer my boss, which means you and I can finally You know.
No, Jenny didn't relapse.
She's actually doing great.
But she came here yesterday.
After a year of sobriety, you're eligible to volunteer.
Jenny jumped at the chance.
Now she comes in twice a week to help others.
Sounds like she's got a really good heart.
You don't know the half of it.
(CHUCKLES) We recently had a patient who couldn't afford to finish treatment, so Jenny covered it.
How much that cost? $5,000.
That's a lot of money for somebody whose last job was on a hotel cleaning crew.
Any idea where she got that kind of cash? All she said was she had a new job, and it paid well.
Okay, well, this has been very helpful.
Really appreciate it.
Yeah, I know what you're thinking.
And you're right.
Jenny's making bank and lying to her family.
Whatever she's been up to, it can't be good.
And I'm pretty sure it's the reason why she's missing.
Go on.
Ooh! (CHUCKLES) Something wrong? The vaccines we were waiting on were stolen en route from the airport.
Wangari's men? Those bandits are really upping their game.
What's the Kenyan Army doing about it? Unfortunately, nothing.
They've got enough on their plate.
Without those vaccines, what happens to them? Most of them will get sick, and some won't make it.
You don't even know why I'm calling.
You need an eye in the sky, right? - Uh - Thought so.
Look, man, I can't afford the fuel.
Yeah, but you always say that.
Dude, for real.
The cost of Shammy's pilot training is killing me.
MAGNUM: Yes, but that's an investment that's gonna pay off.
Right? You got to spend money to make money.
Then by that logic, shouldn't you cover the fuel? I mean, it's for a case, right? Oh, come on, TC.
You gonna help me out or not? Promise me this is the last time.
Okay, fine.
This is the last time, I promise.
- What do I got to do? - MAGNUM: Well, I'm looking for a car that belongs to my client.
Higgins said that she filled up in Chinatown around 11:00 p.
last night, so I'm guessing the car might still be in the area.
I'll find it.
MAGNUM: Took TC all of five minutes to find Jenny's car.
Times like this, it's good to have friends in high places.
Based on the height of the seat and its proximity to the wheel, I'm gonna say Jenny drove here, which means this car wasn't dumped.
The question is what was she doing here so late at night? ("2020" BY SUUNS PLAYING) Do you feel it too? You and me All through the way Did you, did you, did you, did you Did you, did you, did you, did you And what you see Is really what you see What you, what you, what you Won't you come take it away? Jenny's dad said she used to be a card dealer in Vegas.
She must've been working this game last night.
But if she was here when the shooting started, where the hell is she now? There's an open safe in the back.
It's been cleaned out.
Well, quite the body count for a robbery.
Any idea why your client isn't among the dead? I'm thinking she went in there.
Door's obviously been kicked in.
There's an open window, and right outside that window, there's a drainpipe somebody could easily shimmy down.
- So she got away.
- Yeah.
Maybe whoever did this grabbed her license on the way out.
Which means they know who she is.
Safe to assume they're going after her.
Well, they won't be the only ones.
I recognize these two.
They're yakuza.
You sure? Detective Kaleo used to work the gang unit.
If Jenny survived this, they're gonna think she was in on it.
Hey, what are the chances that she calls us? Uh, it's an illegal game.
Jenny's got a record and a lot to lose.
If she hasn't contacted us by now, I doubt she will.
Or maybe our killers already caught up with her.
MAGNUM: Have any idea where Jenny would go? Or anyone she might try and contact? No.
I can't think of anyone.
We'd like to put a tap on your phone in case she calls.
We'll also put a unit outside as a precaution.
Thank you.
Can you give us a minute, please? Thanks.
(SIGHS) We'll work on IDing the perps.
What is it? It's a long shot, but I might know how to find Jenny.
- How? - Just gonna follow my gut.
That's your plan? Follow your gut? It's code for "You don't want to know - but I'll keep you in the loop.
" - LIA: Oh.
Got it.
Oh, hold on.
All right, is this this me right here? - EMMA: Yeah.
- And I'm guessing I'm bringing Mommy home? Well, you're really talented, and I got to say, I love it.
- Thank you.
- (CHUCKLES) You're welcome.
(MAGNUM CHUCKLES) MAGNUM: When you're the only child of a single parent, a special bond is formed.
My mom left this world way too early, but at least she was around long enough to usher me into adulthood, and I'm thankful every day for that.
Emma deserves the same thing, which is why I need to do whatever it takes to find Jenny.
London calling, see we ain't Higgins.
You busy? I'm on my way to see Rick.
Why? I need a favor.
I know, for once, it is I that needs a favor from you.
We are through the looking glass, as they say.
But I'm dealing with a rather urgent situation for which I require some help.
- What kind of help? - HIGGINS: Operational support.
I tried tapping my MI6 resources, but they were abruptly cut off.
Which was odd.
What do you need me to do? M.
pulled slugs from our vics.
Bullets came from two different guns, which means two shooters.
Or one shooter with two guns.
I think you've seen too many John Woo movies.
Plus, entry wound angles indicate two triggermen.
also put T.
between 11:30 and midnight.
Now the good news.
A surveillance camera in the alley tagged one of the shooters around 11:45.
And lucky for us, we got a hit.
I don't want to work.
- Magnum.
- MAGNUM: Yeah.
I just talked to my guy at Navy Intel, and he's got a location on the Wangari boys.
I'll shoot you the coordinates now.
- Thank you, Thomas.
- MAGNUM: Hey, you want to thank me? You pass this information on to the Kenyan Army so they can get the vaccines back.
I don't see that as an option.
Yeah, that's because you don't want to.
What does that mean? (EXHALES) Look, flying doctors around Kenya just isn't enough for you.
You need something more than that.
I just don't think you should be taking unnecessary risks.
You don't have to worry, Thomas.
I can handle myself.
Well, just be careful.
I will.
All right.
(CHUCKLES) Hey, guys.
Hey, pal.
Sorry to interrupt.
Uh, can I borrow him for a second? He's all yours.
Thank you.
All the guys at the table - were high rollers.
- Yeah.
Not a lot of people on this island run games at those stakes.
I can ask around, see who set it up.
Yeah, I'm just hoping after what happened, Jenny reaches out to whoever hired her.
- I'll get right on it.
- Thanks.
Got an ID on one of the shooters.
Name's Patrick McGowan.
He's a hit man for hire.
According to the Feds, he works with his brother Sean.
They both got in from Philly three days ago.
Okay, well, I'm thinking a couple hitters from Philly aren't gonna fly to Hawaii to knock over a poker game, right? So, what are we thinking? They were after one of the players but used the robbery as a cover? LIA: That was our initial thought.
But then we pulled location data from Patrick's cell, and get this.
He was outside Jenny's house yesterday afternoon.
He was also near the gas station where she filled her car last night.
So she was their target.
That's what it looks like.
They must've tailed her to that alley, then followed her inside the building, having no idea she'd be in a room with several armed men.
Uh, question now is what these guys were doing going after Jenny in the first place.
I don't know, but my gut tells me it's got something to do with the reason she wanted to hire me.
We figure that out, maybe we find our killers.
(DOORS CLOSE) (CHUCKLING) What if instead I make a hole in your throat, cut off your nose and stuff it inside? (GRUNTING) MAGNUM: You know, you didn't have to meet me here.
People find out about this, they might think there's something going on between us.
LIA: What, you think Jenny's dad will come back early, assume we're hooking up, then call Katsumoto for a gossip sesh? Hey, you're the one who wanted to keep it on the DL.
I'm just trying to respect boundaries.
- I know.
I'm just giving you crap.
- (CHUCKLES) Doesn't bother you, does it? What, giving me crap? Keeping our thing a secret.
No, I told you before, it's it's fine.
I just don't need other cops judging me for dating a guy who's practically a coworker.
I've worked hard to get where I am.
Well, I understand.
We can keep this a secret for however long.
Honestly, I think it's kind of hotter that way.
(BOTH CHUCKLE) Hold on, I think we got something here.
Looks like Jenny was trying to get a hold of a guy - named Barry Costigan.
- Who's that? MAGNUM: I don't know, but they were at Clear Path together around the same time.
I guess they were pretty close.
Jenny was starting to get worried because he wasn't responding to texts or phone calls.
Maybe she wanted to hire you to track him down.
Hack into HPD, see what you can find.
(SCOFFS SOFTLY) You mean "log in"? (WHISPERS): Uh, yeah.
Sorry, it's a force of habit.
Right, not much here.
Currently unemployed.
- Lives in Ewa Beach.
- (PHONE VIBRATES) It's my buddy Rick.
He says he's got somebody I need to meet.
I'll check out Costigan's with Katsumoto, then we'll circle back.
See you in a bit.
(PHONE RINGING) Hello? Juliet Higgins.
Your reputation precedes you.
And this is? Call me Eve.
I'm with MI6.
I couldn't trace the call, but I recognize the firewall that prevented me from doing so.
To what do I owe the pleasure? I'm calling about your recent mission.
Beg your pardon? To recover the vaccines.
You of all people shouldn't be surprised by our capabilities.
I'm just surprised that you bothered to monitor something so insignificant.
We only did so after you tried to access our system for information on Joseph Wangari.
And had you been successful, you may have discovered that the gang you incapacitated actually provides us with key intel on terror groups in Kenya.
Well Sorry about that.
No, you're not.
But you should be.
Because while you managed to conceal your identity, word is they're determined to find you.
And when they do, they'll want retribution, which means that your little recovery op may have put the entire medical community you've been working with in harm's way.
Fortunately for you, we can fix that and guarantee their safety.
In exchange for what? Well, for starters, you'll need to leave Kenya.
"For starters"? Meaning that there's something else that you want.
He's not a cop, right? No.
I'm a private investigator, and I only care about finding my client.
I moonlight as a card dealer for a guy named Devin Sykes.
He set up last night's game, and then he went underground after he heard what happened.
I was supposed to deal last night, but I asked Jenny to fill in.
- I feel awful.
- RICK: No, - it's not your fault, Keana.
- MAGNUM: No, he's right.
But maybe you can help get Jenny back.
You got anything? MAGNUM: Yeah.
The number to Jenny's burner that she used for the poker game.
- Text it to me.
I'll ping it.
- MAGNUM: Yeah.
- Any luck with Costigan? - No.
And even if we could locate him, he won't be of much help.
- Why? What do you got? - KATSUMOTO: The McGowan brothers paid him a visit two days ago.
Gave him a beatdown, shot him and hauled away the body.
And how'd you come up with that? Well, we saw it happen.
Costigan had a motion-activated treat dispenser that allowed him to monitor and feed his cat while he was away.
It captured most of the encounter on video.
What'd they want with Costigan? People in rehab tend to reveal secrets that they otherwise wouldn't, and Jenny shared one with Costigan at Clear Path.
Told him she witnessed the murder of a drug dealer when she was living in Vegas and never said anything.
And the trigger puller had ties to the Philly mob.
- Had no idea Jenny was in that room.
- MAGNUM: All right.
So, let me guess.
Costigan was hard up for cash.
He tries to blackmail the shooter, so then they send the McGowans to deal with him.
And to figure out how the hell he knew what he knew.
So, he turns in Jenny, the very person who was worried enough about him to hire me.
Some friend.
Got a hit on Jenny's burner.
It's in Waimanalo, 40 minutes from Ewa.
That's 20 minutes from here.
We got to get there now.
And hope our killers haven't gotten there first.
PATRICK: Who else did you tell? (CRYING): Nobody.
I swear.
See, I want to believe you, Jenny.
But I have to be sure.
JENNY: Please.
I won't tell anybody ever again.
I have a little girl, and she's all that matters to me.
No! No! - (PHONE VIBRATES) - I'm telling you the truth.
You don't have to do this.
- PATRICK: Unfortunately, we do.
- You should've kept your mouth shut.
If you had, no one would've known.
(ZAPS) Please! No! No! (LOCK BEEPS) - (SOBBING) - Stay here! Drop the gun.
Do it.
(YELLS) Who are you? Thomas Magnum.
You missed our appointment.
- But how did you - I'll explain later.
We got to go.
We got to get out of here.
- (GRUNTS, GROANS) - Sean! Keep pressure on it.
I'll be back.
If he comes for you, point and squeeze.
I'll draw him out.
You had no choice.
You did what you had to do.
I don't think his brother's gonna see it that way.
(PHONE RINGING) I got to take this.
You good? Yeah.
You guys took your sweet time getting over here.
I'm just saying.
Give me a break.
You were much closer.
No, I wasn't that much closer.
Also, Katsumoto was driving.
And I can't help it The guy's got a feather foot.
Besides, - it all worked out.
- MAGNUM: Yeah, well, I-I think what you meant to say was, uh, "You were a hero today, "Thomas, and I will make it up to you in every way possible later on tonight.
" (CHUCKLES) (SIGHS) I know the timing is terrible.
I'm sorry.
ETHAN: Don't apologize.
What you did saved lives.
Yeah, but there were other ways, Ethan.
You made a judgment call.
You had no idea there'd be this fallout.
And you don't have to listen to what this woman says.
We all signed up knowing the risks.
No, no, I-I'm not willing to jeopardize you or anyone else.
When do you have to leave? By tomorrow.
(SIGHS) I won't even be back to see you off.
It's okay.
You're only gonna be here for another five weeks.
We can handle being apart for that long.
Well, hey, I guess it'll make our reunion even better, right? You always find the silver lining, don't you? (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) It's one of the things I love about you.
I love you, too.
So much.
("FAMILY" BY MAKANA PLAYING) (WHISTLING TUNE) I don't know where I'd be If it weren't for my family They're always there for me Showing they care for me You know, it's just my luck.
We can finally start dating, - and she's moving away.
- (KUMU LAUGHS) She'll be back.
Yeah, maybe.
We'll see.
Chin up, Orville.
Still got us.
- Singing their own song - (PHONE VIBRATES) - I been so lucky in my life - Yeah, guys, I, uh, I got to get going.
What do you mean? Come on, we're just getting started.
Yeah, but it's been a day.
Suzy, you better come back.
- We're gonna miss you.
- (CHUCKLES) Gonna miss you, too, Thomas.
- Thanks for coming out.
- Of course.
- Good luck in San Diego.
- Thank you.
See you, guys.
All the love from you Is still inside.
Unless you want to get stopped at the border, I'd put this on.
I could stay, you know.
Sarnov is still out there, which means he's still dangerous.
Does your handler have any idea how big this op is? HIGGINS: Yes, i-it's quite large.
I can help you catch him.
Your mission is over.
There's no need to risk your neck for my side.
I wouldn't take the risk for your side.
I'd take the risk for you.
- London calling - (RECORD SCRATCHES) See we ain't got no swing Except for the ring.
Uh, hey.
Um (CHUCKLES) How's it going? Is this a bad time? You sound like you're in the middle of something.
No, no.
I was, uh, just literally, uh, doing nothing.
So, how did it turn out? Uh You know.
Went off without a hitch.
Sort of.
What happened? (SCOFFS SOFTLY) Well, it's complicated.
Long story short, I have to get out of Kenya.
I'm coming home.
Really? Well, I'm sorry you have to cut your trip short, but we'll all be happy to have you home.
I'm looking forward to being back.
I missed you, Thomas.
(SIGHS) Miss you, too.
(PHONE BEEPS) Uh, listen, I have another call coming through.
I've got to run, but I'll see you soon.
Travel safe.
EVE: Where are you? I'm about to leave for Nairobi.
I'll be in Hawaii tomorrow.
And you're clear on our arrangement? You keep Dr.
Shah and the others safe, and in return, you can call on me as necessary.
And you can't speak of this to anyone.
Including Mr.
I understand.
But I don't know how long I'm gonna be able to keep it from him.
He is a detective, after all, and a very good one.
Well, I'm sure you'll find a way.
Because you understand MI6 can't officially operate inside the U.
Just so we're clear, I consider the U.
to be my home, and I am not willing to spy on my home.
That's not why we need you in Hawaii.
Why do you need me there? We'll get to that in due time.
Safe travels, Ms.
I look forward to working with you.

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