Magnum P.I. (2018) s04e09 Episode Script

Better Watch Out

Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say On a bright Hawaiian Christmas Day - (BELL CLANGING) - That's the island greeting GIRL: And I want a bike, an electric keyboard, walkie-talkies, a smartwatch, a basketball hoop and a PS5.
You want to write this down? Eh, it's all up here.
We'll see what we can do.
Ain't that right, Twinkles? Just might need a bigger sleigh.
Okay, should we take this photo so the other children have some time with Santa? How about you let me finish? Careful.
That's how you end up on the Naughty List.
There's no such thing.
Okay, "Christmas tree" on three, right? One, two, three.
- Christmas tree.
- Christmas tree.
(SHUTTER CLICKS) Great! Off you pop.
There you go.
Lovely kid you got there.
HIGGINS: Okay, everybody, sorry, but Santa needs a ten-minute cookie break.
- (CROWD GROANS) - You know how hangry he gets.
We'll be back in a jiff.
Oh, man.
They don't make kids - like they used to.
- Mm-hmm.
Plus, I think this this beard's getting me a rash.
I'm sorry.
The pawnshop is in a blind spot on the mall security cameras, so going incognito is the only way we can keep an eye on it without drawing suspicion.
Well, I hope your ridiculous plan works, because I've been sitting here for hours and no sign of our guy yet.
He's a bail jumper, right? So punctuality isn't exactly his forte.
The texts that I hacked were perfectly clear He was gonna be here by 10:00.
So it's nearly 10:00, so Well, whatever contraband he's buying, it was worth it to skip court for, so you would think the guy would show up.
Ah, speak of the devil.
Okay, I'll approach.
You cover.
Hey, Barry.
They missed you in court today.
You're here to take me in? (SIGHS): Yeah, yeah.
'Fraid so.
(LAUGHS) Okay.
Well, you got me.
I'm getting nuttin' for Christmas 'Cause I ain't been nuttin' but bad Excuse me I'm so sorry, man.
- I'm so sorry.
Merry Christmas.
- I'm getting nuttin' for Christmas - I'm so sorry.
- Mommy and Daddy are mad I'm getting nuttin' for Christmas Hey! Hey! 'Cause I ain't been nuttin' but bad 'Cause I ain't been - Nuttin' - I told you.
- But bad.
- Naughty List.
Okay, Kumu, give it to me straight.
How bad is it? Well, on the bright side, (CHUCKLES): um, there's less to decorate.
Well, what'd you expect? It's Christmas Eve.
I didn't exactly have the pick of the litter.
Damn, Charlie Brown.
(CHUCKLES) Is that the only tree you could find? And a Merry Christmas to you, sir.
Oh, I'm just kidding, man.
Place looks great.
And we come bearing gifts.
- KUMU: Yes.
- And groceries.
- Oh.
- Ooh! Were you able to find the banana leaves okay? Yeah, at store number three.
But it's the least we could do with you making dinner for the whole crew.
CADE: Hey, I was telling TC that kalua pork's my favorite.
Oh, well, then you're in for a treat.
(CHUCKLES) Assuming I can actually, uh, start cooking anytime soon.
You ain't dig the firepit yet? I've been trimming this tree, man.
(EXHALES) You know I'm just gonna say it.
Let's order pizza.
- Or save some of the digging for Thomas.
- True that.
(SCOFFS) Hey, man.
Can I ask how you're doing? You can ask.
I'm not sure I can answer.
Look, we lost a lot of people before.
What happened to Robbie, now, that's just different.
I miss him.
Every day.
And I'm sad that he's gone, but, uh I'm just grateful to be surrounded by family right now.
You know we're here for you, right? Yeah, and I'm happy you brought this kid along, too.
You come to help? Uh no.
Tuileta just wanted me to bring you some lemonade.
- Take that.
- Oh, yeah.
- (CHUCKLES) - Thank you.
And, uh, and to tell you that if the imu isn't ready soon, there'll be no pig tonight.
Roger that.
Loud and clear.
So, you guys do this every year? The decorations? The pig roast? The secret Santa? Well, there is one tradition we should probably warn you about.
Oh, nah, he's just a kid.
Yeah, but it's a rite of passage.
I don't know if he needs to suffer through that.
What is it? HIGGINS: I call it a Higgy pudding.
This year, I decided to make a few extra - and hand them out to people.
- Right.
And it's - black licorice and - Basil.
It's an unusual flavor profile, but, you know, no risk, no reward.
And it always goes down really well, doesn't it, Magnum? Yeah, they are always memorable.
Gordie! Whatever this is, I don't have time for it.
Gordon, what about your holiday spirit? This is my holiday spirit.
Take it in.
The most wonderful time of the year.
The crime rate spikes, and half the force is off duty.
Wow, you really do have your hands full.
Yet, somehow, I sense you're about to ask me for a favor.
Good instincts.
This is our skip, Barry.
I'd shake your hand, but Oahu Correctional is full, so we were hoping maybe you could process and hold him? Give me a minute, I'll see what I can do.
Thanks, Gordie.
All right, come on, Barry.
This way.
What are you still doing here? Thought you were gonna cook dinner for your mom.
Gordon asked for backup, and I could use the overtime.
Suddenly Christmas dinner is looking a lot like Chinese takeout.
No, no, you don't have to do that.
Have dinner with us at La Mariana.
You want to do the whole "meet the family" thing on Christmas Eve? Why not? Is it weird? Uh, no.
I mean it's a big step, but we've been dating for a little while.
(CHUCKLES): Come on, it'll be casual and fun.
There'll be tons of food.
Plus, I can get to meet your mom.
And I promise I will change out of the Santa suit.
It actually sounds kind of nice.
Can I let you know? Yeah, sure.
Just, uh, think about it.
I will.
I got to deal with some things.
Talk later? Mm-hmm.
That was hard to watch.
It was kind of a brush-off.
It wasn't a brush-off.
She said she's considering it.
That was definitely a brush-off.
Barry, keep your mouth shut.
Yeah, he's right.
Mind your business, Barry.
It was you two that wanted to hang out with me, remember? KATSUMOTO: Hey, can we get I.
in here? - Something's up with the network.
- Hey.
I got a guy in interrogation about to turn state's witness, and I can't access our system.
Can anyone pull case files? No, I'm locked out.
Me, too.
(LAUGHTER OVER COMPUTERS) What the hell's going on? It's a ransomware attack.
MAGNUM: $5 million in Bitcoin? In four hours, or they're gonna delete all your files.
Including all electronic evidence.
Which means we can kiss every active investigation goodbye.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) What'd the lieutenant say? Sit tight, wait for tech support.
That's the plan? That's the protocol.
No way we get access to $5 million in crypto that fast.
And even if we could, doesn't mean we should.
Yeah, if you do, you could incentivize further attacks.
But if you don't Your whole caseload's in jeopardy.
Hundreds of man-hours wasted, and maybe dozens of people back on the streets.
Deadline's in four hours, and this hack could be coming from anywhere.
Higgins, this is right in your wheelhouse.
Is there anything you can do? Well, there might be something.
Ransomware is like B and E, right? The hackers just waltz in your front door and then they change the locks.
But it's possible that they forgot to secure the back door.
Sorry, what back door, exactly? Well, the one that I may or may not have built to give me access to your system.
Gordie, she did it for you, all right? Aren't you tired of us asking you for favors? Look, whatever you can do, do it.
And obviously, without our system up and running, I can't process your skip.
Well, if you can't process him, what-what are we supposed to do with him? (SIGHS): Are you serious? You won't even notice he's here.
Tell that to the appetizers.
(WITH MOUTH FULL): This needs more salt.
(CRUNCHING) I'm cooking dinner for eight.
I'm not adding "babysitting a criminal" to my to-do list.
Come on, he's small-time, right? Totally harmless.
Right, Barry? Tell her.
There's no need to be dismissive.
Small businesses are the backbone of this economy.
But, yes, I do have a famously gentle temperament.
Forgive me, but I find it hard to trust a guy who skips court to commit more crimes.
What I was doing this morning wasn't illegal.
I was buying my son a PS5 for Christmas.
Yeah, in the back of a shady pawnshop with $800 cash.
So I'm a bad negotiator.
Look, I'm going back to jail, whether that's today, tomorrow.
Point is, I'm not gonna see my kid for a while.
It's all he wanted for Christmas, and every single store in Oahu was sold out.
So, yes, I may have gone to extremes, but what I did wasn't criminal.
Not today, at least.
So he can stay? This guy.
Her mom.
Anyone else I'm expected to cook for Christmas Eve at a moment's notice? I wouldn't worry about the girlfriend.
She did not seem enthused about coming.
TC: Ah.
Ho, ho, ho! Look who it is.
Big man himself.
Yeah, uh, Santa, for Christmas, can you pay off my friend Thomas's bar tab, please? Very lovely to see you guys, too.
Anyway, thanks, Kumu.
I am out of here.
I got to get changed and get to HPD.
I'll see you guys later.
Who's he? Oh.
This is Barry.
You're gonna love him.
I'm Barry.
- Huh.
- (PHONE DINGS) Oh, is, uh, that the delivery? It's that tarp I ordered.
- Mm, mm-hmm.
- Hey, Cade.
Do you mind giving us a hand? It's out back.
Sure thing.
TC: Surprise! (CHUCKLES) Merry Christmas, kid.
It's the one you've been saving up for, right? Yeah.
Wow, I can't believe it.
- Thanks, Benny.
Appreciate you, pal.
- Mm-hmm.
I know we said no gifts, but you've been working your tail off.
I wouldn't want you to spend all your money in one place.
Yeah, no, I I mean, it's it's really nice.
(SIGHS): I just What? You're already letting me stay at Island Hoppers, and now this? Don't worry about that, man.
I mean, the truck was a bargain to begin with, and we all pitched in.
It's from everybody? Yeah.
Wow, I don't even know what to say.
Uh, thank you so much.
It's am it's amazing.
I should go thank Ms.
Tuileta, too.
Uh, is it me, or did that not go so well? Yeah, it's not you.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) (SIGHS): Okay what did I miss? You didn't bring me a change of clothes? Was I supposed to bring you a change of clothes? (LAUGHS) Just kidding.
It's in the bag.
Any closer to figuring out where the hack came from? No.
And frustratingly, I cannot figure out how they got in.
- Well, how'd you get in? - Well, the back door that I set up took weeks.
Ransomware is like a get-rich-quick scheme The hackers send fake emails with malware links, hoping that somebody just clicks on it.
- Yeah, it's a phishing scam.
- Well, exactly.
But there are no such emails, nor any texts.
So how did they orchestrate the breach? (SIGHS) What if they uploaded it directly to an HPD computer? You know? Like an inside job.
So I'm looking for patient zero.
The first device infected was a department-issued laptop registered to Detective Lia Kaleo.
Lia? Maybe she left her computer out.
Maybe she was targeted for some reason.
Yeah, I'm inclined to agree.
I mean, Lia seems the furthest thing from a corrupt cop.
Yeah, well, we're gonna have to tell her.
Where is she? HIGGINS: I'm not sure.
Come to think of it, I haven't actually seen her since the hack.
(LINE RINGS) Hi, this is Lia Kaleo.
- Please leave a message - Yeah, she's not picking up.
Maybe she's avoiding me.
I mean, you said yourself, our last conversation was a bit awkward.
I mean, it's not a great best-case scenario, but it's possible.
Okay, under normal circumstances I wouldn't ask you to do this, but maybe you should ping her phone Yeah, it's all right, I've just done it.
She's in Portlock.
Hold on.
Isn't that where Jonny Kim lives? Yeah.
Why would Lia be at the home of Hawaii's biggest crime boss? I don't know.
I'm gonna go check on that.
Uh, stay here.
Help Gordie.
Call me when you know something.
I will.
MAGNUM: That's Lia's car out front.
I guess she's welcome here.
Not sure I'm gonna be.
JONNY: Sorry to keep you waiting.
To what do I owe the visit? You know why I'm here.
(GUN COCKS) All right, message received.
Let's go, chief.
We got company.
Thomas, what are you doing here? About to ask you the same thing.
This is Jonny Kim, head of The Company, Hawaii's most powerful crime syndicate.
Yeah, we've met.
I wish I could say it was nice to see you again, Mr.
You want to tell me how you know this guy? He's my father.
Are you saying you didn't know your dad.
I don't.
Not really.
My parents had an affair, but my mom raised me alone.
I didn't even know his name until I was in high school.
Okay, but that still doesn't explain how he had access to your computer.
- Excuse me? - Higgins traced the hack to you.
You disappeared, then you come here.
You know what that looks like, right? What exactly are you accusing me of? I'm not accusing you of anything.
I'm just asking you.
What's going on? Bad time? 'Cause if we're done, I've got guests coming.
We're not.
I still have questions.
You've made your allegations.
I've denied any involvement in this ransomware business.
- I think we're through.
- It was Pin, wasn't it? Not sure what you're talking about.
Neither am I.
Who-Who's Pin? He's my half brother.
Came to see me two nights ago, drunk.
Said he needed a place to sleep it off.
He crashed on the sofa.
Would have had access to my laptop.
Next morning, he's gone.
And within 24 hours, someone hacks HPD, demanding $5 million or else? - You think Pin launched the virus? - I know he did.
Well, this all sounds very unfortunate.
But perhaps you should be talking to Pin, not me.
Yeah, I would, except I don't know where he is.
And we both know he wouldn't do this himself.
You put him up to this.
So where is he? Couldn't say.
We had a falling out.
What happened? What always happens: he screwed up.
- I fired him.
- When was this? Enough.
You honestly think I'd try something so reckless? I don't need the money.
Show them out.
Let's go.
I can't believe Pin would do this.
- How well do you know him? - I mean, we're not close, but when I learned who my dad was, he was the only one who reached out, the only one who wanted to know me.
So he was a good kid.
He still is good.
Or he wants to be.
But Jonny's a manipulative guy, and Pin's always wanted his respect.
If Pin screwed up and got cut off, maybe he-he feels like he's got to prove himself.
And he's willing to ruin his life to do it.
We'll find him.
How? Look, I went by his place right after the hack.
It turns out he moved.
And he's not answering his cell.
Normally, I would use HPD resources to track him down, except now, thanks to Pin, we have none.
I'm not sure about that.
We still have resources.
- HIGGINS: Is this him? - LIA: Yeah, but that's his old address.
Can you try hacking into the postal service? If Pin moved in the last six months, he might be forwarding mail there.
Yeah, it's worth a try.
Okay, so I just met Dave, the I.
guy, and I got to say he doesn't inspire confidence.
(TAKES DEEP BREATH) Now, if things weren't bad enough, word is, the brass has decided to pay the ransom if we can't find who's responsible by the deadline.
So please tell me you have good news.
What? What were you thinking? HIGGINS: Oh, no, he looks angry.
That's just his face, isn't it? You had no business keeping a secret like that.
You put the whole department in jeopardy.
I know, and I'm sorry.
I should have disclosed the relationship earlier, but I didn't think anyone would trust me.
(SCOFFS) And now they will? Look, I-I'm going to the higher-ups right now.
I'll tell them what I told you, explain my part in all this.
- Gordon, I-I can't just - Listen to me.
If Pin is behind this, and we set all of HPD after him, he'll get spooked, and then we'll never find him.
But if we can locate him before he knows we're looking, then you might be the only one who can get through to him.
You guys are gonna want to see this.
Now he wants cash? Yeah, you get the decryption key once he's safely away with the money.
How is the department supposed to get that much before the deadline? The evidence locker.
There was a big bust a few weeks back.
2 million was seized.
Right, well, our hacker probably learned about that when he gained access to your system.
Decided to change his plan.
Not sure how he expects to pull it off, though.
He's got to know there's gonna be an army of plainclothes cops at the drop.
Yeah, but that still might not be enough.
Look at the location: Ala Moana Mall on Christmas Eve.
It's gonna be full of civilians.
It'll be impossible to secure, and a dozen ways things can go wrong.
Well, then you and Magnum better find Pin before this goes down.
Tell me you have an address.
(SIGHS) Okay, kalua pork, rice, poke, poi.
What am I forgetting? A fire extinguisher? Oh! Oh, sweet potatoes! Oh Aah! You know, if I'm gonna be here, at least let me help, yeah? I'm a bit of a gourmand.
Let's see what you got.
Start peeling those.
On it.
So how'd you screw things up? What? What do you mean? Oh, come on.
If you missed a court date to buy a Christmas present, you are apologizing for something.
(TAKES DEEP BREATH) Yeah, it's true, I wasn't always the best dad.
Jail makes you miss your fair share of soccer games.
But believe it or not, Barry Jr.
still thinks that I'm Superman.
How'd you swing that? I didn't.
My ex-wife did.
Things between Cindy and I fell apart, but she made sure he and I always stayed close.
Door was always open.
And for every Christmas that I wasn't there, she'd sign my name on the biggest, best gift under the tree.
Let me take all the credit.
(CHUCKLES): Sounds like a saint.
Anyway, this year I figured I'd return the favor: find the impossible gift, put her name on it, let her be the hero for once.
TC: Pig'll be ready in time, Kumu.
Where's Cade? He, uh, walked down the street for a secret Santa gift.
He walked? Told you he hates the truck.
Well, maybe he wanted to buy it himself, or, you know, maybe we overstepped It was a thoughtful gift, and our hearts were in the right place.
Try not to worry.
He'll see that.
Maybe he's just upset you guys didn't spring for something nicer, you know? What? I'm just saying what everyone's thinking.
Can we lock his ass in the storage room? (SIGHS) He's actually being very helpful.
(SIGHS) What's that, sweet potatoes? Ah! No.
LIA: It's no use his car's not here.
Maybe there's something inside that could tell us where he's at.
Hang on.
I can't just break into a private residence.
Well, you're not breaking into a residence.
I am.
See if you can find a computer or a tablet.
What is it? This is us at his 14th birthday at his grandma's cabin.
I suppose the one and only family gathering I was ever invited to.
(EXHALES) That's got to be tough.
Pin's always been a good kid.
Smart, too.
He could have done anything with his life, but, for whatever reason, he was never able to escape the gravitational pull of our father.
Come on, you're okay.
Get me out of here.
LIA: What happened? I had a house call.
Next thing I know, guy throws me in here.
You said house call? I work for Kokua Tech Support.
He took my uniform.
Who? Pin? No.
"Dave the I.
" Let me guess.
You're Dave? Kokua Tech Support is contracted with HPD.
It's protocol for them to respond in the event of a ransomware hack.
And with access to the system, Pin would've known that.
The ransomware was a smoke screen.
And the dead drop's a distraction.
Yeah, this was never about the money.
This was about infiltrating HPD.
But why? What are they after? Hey, can we get I.
in here? Something's up with the network.
I got a guy in interrogation about to turn state's witness, and I can't access our system.
Palea's witness.
MAN: Power just went down.
MAN 2: What's going on? WOMAN: Did the power go down in there, too? (EXCITED CHATTER) I'll call you back.
Can't catch a break today, can we? Listen, I got to check the satellite nodes in this section.
It's a restricted area.
We're holding a witness.
I'm gonna have to go with.
Lead on.
(CRACKLING) (EXCITED CHATTER) What happened? - Everybody okay? - One officer caught the wrong end of a stun gun.
He's gonna survive.
But Detective Palea's witness is gone.
LIA: Mike Lazio.
Who's he? HIGGINS: He's a dodgy accountant with a handful of criminal clients and a drug problem, apparently.
He was picked up on a narcotics charge last week.
This guy said that he can hand over The Company in exchange for a deal, but - They got him first.
- Mm-hmm.
Higgins filled us in.
Any leads? Not much.
Security cams dropped when the power went out.
But the I.
man's gone.
That's a commercial vehicle It's got to have a tracker.
Yeah, we're reaching out to Kokua Tech Support right now.
What I don't understand is what's Pin's involvement in all of this.
I thought he and your father broke ties.
Yeah, but I'm thinking Lazio is Pin's fault.
Why do you say that? Lazio's client list, page two: Queenswell Services.
It's a subsidiary of The Company.
One that I'm pretty sure Pin used to run.
The "screw-up" that your dad referenced earlier today, he must have been talking about Lazio.
Pin brought a rat into the fold.
And now it's his mess to clean up.
But is he acting on his own, or under orders from Jonny? It doesn't matter if The Company wanted Lazio dead, there'd be a body in that interrogation room.
More likely they want to interrogate him, find out what he's told HPD, then kill him.
Any luck on the van? Tracker's been disabled.
But we got a BOLO out.
Meantime, Lieutenant wants all available units searching Company properties.
Hey, Lia, why don't you hang back? Hit the phones.
Talk to C.
s, see if you can generate a lead.
You got it.
The chances of finding Lazio at a Company property are slim to none.
I mean, we have to find that van.
You think you can locate it with a satellite? I'm gonna try.
She can do that? How? It's probably better if you don't know.
(MUFFLED GRUNTING) - (CLATTERING) - MAN: Sit down! Mike Lazio, you're a hard man to get a hold of.
Pin, please.
This is all a misunderstanding.
Well, set the record straight, then.
I heard you've been spilling to HPD.
Nothing that'll stick.
And I never mentioned you or your father.
I swear.
Yeah, well I got to be sure.
(GRUNTS) No! Please! No! (CRACKLING) (YELLING) HIGGINS: Okay, I've got a Kokua Tech Support van heading east towards Waimanalo 17 minutes ago.
That's the best I can do.
After that, I lose coverage.
What is it? The cabin I was telling you about, it's about a quarter mile from that spot.
And off HPD's radar.
It's owned by the family, not The Company.
Great place to take a hostage.
There you are.
Thought maybe all that talk of Higgy's pudding scared you off.
I'm actually kind of curious to try it.
So, it's was the truck then.
What? No.
No, I-I love the truck.
You sure? 'Cause we can take it back if you're embarrassed, whatever.
I love the truck.
Why don't you tell me what it is that's really bothering you, then? It's not really one thing.
It's just like kind of everything.
All of this, everybody here together Oh, I get it.
I get it.
We can be a lot.
But, look, nobody meant to make you feel uncomfortable.
We just want you to feel like family.
I know.
I guess maybe family feels different for me.
I mean, my mom and I, we had Christmas traditions, too, you know.
But they didn't keep her here.
I guess, um family can make you feel like you've got something to lose.
Listen, I get it.
(SIGHS) If you're let down by your family, it can be hard to trust a new one.
But let me tell you something, this crew we don't walk away.
TC, he's not going anywhere unless you want him to, of course.
The same goes for the rest of us, kid.
Got it? Yeah.
- (CRACKLING) - (YELLING) Three of them to three of us, plus Lazio to consider.
Yeah, not many points of entry.
MAGNUM: Maybe we should take a page out of Pin's playbook.
Hmm? Create a distraction.
You can't be serious.
I don't see you coming up with any ideas.
I told you everything I told the cops.
I swear.
You were downtown for hours.
Stop wasting our time.
(CRYING) No? Then we'll go again.
Shut it down.
Someone's here.
Keep your mouth shut, or else.
What the hell? Get rid of him.
(KNOCKING "SHAVE AND A HAIRCUT") Deck the halls with boughs of holly Stop.
Not interested.
Uh, you know what, most people don't like the singing portion anyways, so I'm just gonna cut to the chase.
I work with this organization called Santa's Little Helpers, and, you know, we help disadvantaged kids, so I just need a second of your time if you got it.
(BOARD CREAKS) MAGNUM: Is that a no? Okay, all right, how about the lady of the house? She here? MAGNUM (CHUCKLES): Come on, man, help me out.
Too many kids in this community (CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY) (GRUNTS) Okay, I'll deal with him.
You find Pin.
Anything you got.
You got five, ten buck Get lost.
(GRUNTING) (SIGHS) What's going on out there? Pin.
Lia, what are you doing here? Put down the gun! You know I can't do that.
And I know you would never shoot me.
Pin, please.
It's my fault.
I got to take responsibility.
Not like this.
Then how? I don't have a choice.
You always have a choice.
Listen to her.
Call this off before you make a mistake that we can't fix.
Oh, God, what did I do? What's gonna happen now? Turn around.
Pin Kim, you're under arrest.
You have the right to remain silent.
(HANDCUFFS CLICKING) Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
How'd it go with the lieutenant? (EXHALES) I got an earful.
And there's gonna be a disciplinary hearing.
What's the word on Lazio? Shaken but okay.
Is he still looking for a deal? Yeah.
Only now he seems to be backpedaling on what he's willing to share on The Company.
After today, he's pretty scared.
So as usual, Jonny's gonna walk.
And Pin? Not so lucky.
Techs recovered a laptop at the cabin.
They found the decryption key, so there was no lasting damage to the system, but between the evidence on the hard drive and the kidnapping charge He's going away for a long time.
Unless he wants to give us Jonny.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Oh, I'll have one of those.
I texted Kumu I told them not to wait for us for dinner.
You don't have to stay.
Don't worry about it.
Well, I don't mind being a little bit late.
And I'm pretty certain Barry won't mind another hour or two of freedom.
(CHUCKLES SOFTLY) It has been a weird day.
Today is a lot to process.
Yeah, it is.
What's wrong? You know, Lia kept me in the dark, and had I not found out the truth, I'd probably still be there.
Well knowing your history with certain women, I can understand why that would make you uncomfortable.
But as a woman who has kept her fair share of secrets, I would, you know, just urge you to give her the benefit of the doubt.
I mean everyone wants to put their best foot forward, right? Reality's just too complicated.
Yeah, I know.
But you think you know somebody, and then you find out no, that's not the case.
You shouldn't be here.
You're about to spend the next 20 years in prison.
Don't worry about me.
I asked for a lawyer.
And he's on his way.
Which means you don't have much time left.
Come on, Pin.
You're not who they want, and you know it.
Cut a deal.
- I'm not sure what you mean.
- No? Those other men in that cabin all work for The Company.
Are you saying they were there on your orders? Don't take the fall for him.
We're done here.
Just go.
I'm so sorry, Lia.
You did everything you could.
And look where it got us.
(SIGHS): Listen would you be disappointed if I pass on tonight? Not feeling too festive right now.
No, I, uh, understand.
You should be with your mother.
Call you tomorrow? - Yeah, sure.
- And, uh, thanks again for your help today.
You're more than welcome.
Okay, you can go ahead and say it.
That was a brush-off, right? She doesn't know what she's missing, Magnum.
(SIGHS) Come on.
You look like you could use a spiked eggnog.
Here comes Santa in a red canoe Paddling on a magic sea of blue With a stocking full of joy for every girl and boy Here comes Santa in a red canoe Now he's coming Okay, TC, let's see it.
(LAUGHS) (OTHERS CLAMORING) Wow! Looking suave, boss.
Super comfortable with your masculinity.
You got that right.
No way this was under the $25 limit.
Don't worry about it, buddy, I got a guy.
Okay, I think there's one more gift under the tree.
- What? - Here you go.
- Yeah.
- Pour moi? I couldn't leave my sous-chef hanging.
In a red canoe Oh, my God.
How'd you get it? (CHUCKLES): Well, I called our friend Jin, and he has connections.
I figure Thomas and Juliet can drop by Cindy's place before they turn you in.
My kid'll love it.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
Good evening, everybody.
TC, you look good.
I know, right? - (LAUGHTER) - Looks good! (LAUGHS) You guys, uh, you guys waited.
Oh, come on.
Like we were gonna eat without you.
Uh, pig wasn't ready, was it? Not even close.
KUMU: Well, now that these two have graced us with their presence, let's eat.
Thank you, Kumu.
(LAUGHS) Come on.
(LAUGHS) Okay.
MAGNUM: Starving.
Wow, Kumu, you have done it again.
And Barry.
Yeah, I don't know if we're gonna have room for pudding.
(LAUGHTER) Okay, everybody dig in while it's hot.
Uh, do you think we should maybe say something first? ("WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS" PLAYING) A-Actually, can I? I mean, I don't have a speech or anything.
I I just, um A few weeks ago, I didn't know where my next meal was coming from.
And now I'm just grateful, is all.
For you, TC.
For-for you, boss.
For all of you.
I don't know how I could repay you.
You don't have to.
Just pay it forward.
I can do that.
And also, uh, maybe pass some of those biscuits.
- Mm-hmm.
- Yeah.
(LAUGHTER) Merry Christmas! Let's eat.
I made these.
Oh, yeah? Could you pass the squid luau? - Roll me, baby.
- BARRY: Can I have a sweet potato? - (LAUGHTER) - KUMU: There you go, Merry Christmas.

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