NCIS s19e20 Episode Script

All or Nothing

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Now pull on up.
Yeah, I'll just take the express wash.
Well, uh, you know, the best is only, uh, five dollars more, and it covers the rainbow glaze.
No, I'll just take the express wash.
Okay, but that won't include the undercarriage.
- That's fine.
- Oh, and with the best, I can throw in our, uh, premium air fresheners.
You know, none of this cheesy pine scent for a man of your - Pine scent is fine.
- Okay.
But I promise you our Coco Cabana scent will make it Look, I don't want the Coco Cabana or the undercarriage washed or the damn glaze.
All I want is a simple wash.
The express.
Is that so hard to understand?! The express, yeah, you got it.
Um, I'll just meet you at the end of the tunnel in case you, uh change your mind.
Okay, pull forward.
Um, I just, I need you to pull forward.
So I can take care of this, okay? Okay.
Hey, hey, can you pull forward? Hello? Are you good? Are you? Whoa.
Uh What the? I'm pretty sure my mailman was giving me the stink-eye.
Well, no wonder.
Looks like you haven't emptied your mailbox - in, like, a month.
- Two weeks.
And with our caseload, I haven't done my laundry yet either.
What would Abuela say? Hey, man, what are you doing here so early? - My job.
- Performance reviews were last week.
And I passed with flying colors.
- Lunch is on me today.
- Raincheck.
I have got Oh I have mail to sort through.
I use a shredder instead.
It's much more efficient.
Oh, wait.
I think these are from that, uh, wedding you went to last month.
Actual paper photos.
Ooh, interesting photos, too.
Well, you know, my cousin, she's old-school.
She likes paper photos and thank-you notes.
Yeah, no, it looks like, uh, looks like you and Jimmy had a fun time.
Wow, let me see? It was all right.
Oh, I don't know, with these big, bright smiles, it says that you had more than an "all right" time.
Guys? It was a wedding.
Cold food, mediocre music, happy tears, the usual.
I don't know, I think there's more to the story.
- What are you, a psychic now? - Just reading the room.
You do seem agitated.
- What? - What happened? You get wasted? You caught the bouquet? Jimmy step on your toes while you two were dancing? It has something to do with Jimmy! Wrong.
Give me these.
Where is Parker anyway? HR.
He's, uh, reveling in some more leadership training.
And you're changing the subject.
You know, Dr.
Grace says that's a defense mechanism.
- Mm.
- Nick? I get my own dose of Dr.
I don't need yours, too.
Just saying, you'd feel much better if you talk about it.
There is nothing to talk about.
Oh, look, Parker.
Got a body.
Let's go.
- Classic avoidance.
- Mm.
I mean, I've seen dozens of dead bodies before.
Well, on-on TV.
I mean, they say the first 48 hours are crucial to catching a killer.
That's right.
Now, you're sure there was no one else in the van? No, no, he was completely alone.
And totally grouchy, if you ask me.
- What makes you say that? - Oh, I'm very observant.
I mean, that's important if you want to be a cop, right? I'm still weighing all my options, but I think I'd make a good one, you know? Morning, Jimmy.
Body's in the van if you want to get started.
Yeah, sure.
Um, hey, Jess, um you're somewhat of a coffee connoisseur, right? Well, I wouldn't call myself that, but I do know my arabicas from my robustas.
Well, uh, there's a new place that just opened up a couple blocks from work.
They name their drinks after celebrities.
You know, like, like Al Cappuccino or Elvis Presso.
I thought maybe you might want to check it out later? Yeah, sounds great.
I'll let the guys know.
The guys.
Yeah, yeah Wait, wait, did you mean, did you mean just - just the two of us? - No, no, no, no.
Yes, that's what I meant, but it's okay - I didn't realize - Where are we at - with the body? - Uh, uh, right over here.
Nothing to talk about, huh? Navy Reservist John Murphy, 35.
Just finished drill weekend.
He must've driven over a skunk.
Because the van still stinks.
Went into the tunnel alive, came out dead.
No murder weapon and, uh, no sign of struggle.
And no water inside the van, which means the doors and windows were shut the entire time.
Like a locked-room mystery.
How'd the killer get inside? Maybe he didn't have to.
I mean, there's no external wounds here.
- So where'd the blood come from? - If I had to guess I'd say it was hematemesis.
Right, in English, uh he vomited the blood.
- I'm sorry I asked.
- Hematemesis this bad is usually caused by some kind of poison, so we'll have to run a tox screen - to figure out which kind.
- All right, thanks.
Okay, we got a hit on the plate.
Van came from a rental company.
What's Murphy doing with it? Uh, I think I might have an idea.
What's a Navy reservist doing with a bunch of slot machines? I don't know, but whatever it was Who wants to finish that sentence? Looks like his luck ran out.
John Murphy.
Investigative journalist and Navy Reservist.
Widowed last year; no kids.
After a tour in Iraq, he wrote a piece on how our servicemen cope with post-traumatic stress.
It got him a job as a reporter with the Navy Herald.
And reporters chase controversy.
Could've made him a target.
Except he's not a reporter anymore.
He was fired three weeks ago.
We know why? What about the slot machines? Where'd he get them? Still working on it.
Kasie says that they're, uh, supposed to have GPS trackers attached, but they are missing.
We suspect the machines were stolen.
The question is why.
Why else? To make money.
- Tim, may I? - Yeah.
So it looks like Murphy has a cash-flow problem.
His house is in foreclosure, big credit card debt, and he hasn't paid his car loan in months.
Maybe he went into business for himself.
Running an illegal gambling operation? - From a rental van? - McGee, Torres, talk to his old boss.
Find out why he was fired.
Knight, the slots.
Where'd they come from? Where were they going? And Palmer I was just about to come down and check in.
But looks like we got an urgent update.
Uh, urgent, yes.
Update, no.
I-I've got to sneak away for a couple hours.
Not to worry though, Dr.
Mallard said he'd fill in for me.
- Everything all right? - Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
I-I just got an emergency call request from a volunteer medical network I joined after Breena died.
Uh, we help to deliver organs to patients who are awaiting transplants.
Oh, that's great, Jimmy, nice.
Yeah, yeah, my-my part in it is pretty small, you know? I basically pick an organ up from one hospital, I deliver it to another.
Why are you so nervous, man? You got this.
It's my first time.
What if there's traffic? Well, I'm sure the hospital accounts for that.
Of course, but, you guys I'll just say it.
I'm not a strong navigator.
You know, if I take a wrong turn, I could end up losing precious minutes.
You know, protocol says that one person should drive while another person monitors the organ.
I'm flying solo on this one, so who's gonna monitor the organ if I get a flat tire? Okay, so sir, we have plenty of hands on this case.
Maybe we can spare one? I'll go.
I mean unless you were trying to volunteer, Nick? Not at all.
Aw, Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy.
This does not go next to the scalpels.
It goes here.
Uh, sorry for interrupting.
I guess you're on a phone? But I don't see a Bluetooth headset.
I-I like to be wired.
Then you're talking to? Mr.
Murphy, of course.
Of course.
I assume he told you what killed him.
He did.
Arsenic, a most popular means of murder in the 18th century.
It was often used to resolve matters of family inheritance.
Oh, Murphy didn't have a family, or a dime to his name.
And haven't I read that arsenic takes weeks to kill? You're recalling Agatha Christie.
I sometimes fancy myself a modern-day Hercule Poirot.
Arsenic doesn't necessarily take weeks.
As with any poisonous substance, the amount administered determines the speed of death.
And in Murphy's case? Kacie found more than 300 milligrams in his blood.
That suggests that he was poisoned, oh, but a few hours before he arrived at the car wash.
Nah, that could've come from anywhere.
Buying arsenic off the Internet's as easy as getting milk from the store.
I don't suppose you could ask Mr.
Murphy who wanted him dead? Uh, you'll have to answer that one for yourself, Monsieur Poirot.
Now, you called Mar Vista they're expecting - the organ, right? - Yes, Doctor.
Okay, good, good, good.
Uh, Dr.
Scott Long? Oh, you must be our chaperones.
Uh, Jimmy Palmer and Jessica Knight.
Hmm, Knight with a K.
An apt name for a guardian angel.
Will you protect this liver with your life, Jessica? - Well - No, I'm kidding.
I'm kidding.
No, you'll be transporting a cooler like this one to Mar Vista Hospital three hours away.
- When was the organ harvested? - Two hours ago.
And the liver can be kept on ice for nine hours, so So we can stop for a burger.
- I'm kidding.
- It's important that you take this seriously, Jessica.
- Of course.
- I can go for a burger, too.
Right? Maybe we should focus on saving a person's life first.
Um, anything we should know? The recipient's been waiting a long time for a liver.
Due to her blood type, it's been difficult to find a match.
We barely found this in time.
Let's not keep her waiting.
I like your spunk.
I need you both to sign here.
And I'll get the organ.
Jess, I'm really glad you're here.
I feel like we haven't talked in a while.
Really? We talk every day at work.
Yeah, well, you know, you're always in such a rush.
It's actually why I invited you out for coffee earlier.
I know, I'm s I'm sorry.
I didn't realize that you meant just you and me.
No worries, no, no.
Six-hour round trip, you know.
It'll give us plenty of one-on-one time.
Here we are! Here we go oh! Okay.
Let's go.
Uh, my car's in the shop, so you'll need to drive.
- Wait, what? - You're coming, too.
Well, protocol requires that a hospital liaison accompany the organ from donor to recipient.
I must've missed that part.
Is that a problem? No, no, it's not at all.
Right, Jimmy? The more, the merrier.
I get shotgun! - You bet.
- Great.
Come on, you stupid machine.
I don't understand why people like this kind of thing.
I mean, yes, I guess the flashing lights are kind of pretty, but Yeah, but you can't stop pulling on that bar.
- Help me.
- Okay, well, you said that we had something, you know, about the case.
Oh, yes, oh, the case, yes.
Yes, the case.
I know where Murphy stole the slot machines from.
A Navy base.
Wait, since when does the Navy have slot machines on bases? Oh, well the machines are actually owned by an MWR contractor.
Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
But MWR has been operating slot machines on bases since the 1930s.
These babies were being shipped for repair and were gonna be sent back to their bases.
Why would he steal them from the Navy? Oh, well, he wasn't stealing them exactly.
Just borrowing them.
Okay, why would you borrow a slot machine? Good question and I have a good answer.
I took a look under the hood.
It looks like Murphy tampered with the CPU code.
For every dollar played, a portion was being siphoned off to a secret offshore account.
So he hacked the machines and was gonna put them - back into circulation.
- Yeah.
The DoD makes over $100 million a year on slots alone.
So he stood to cash in big.
Unfortunately for Murphy Has someone already made the "his luck run out" joke? Yep.
Yeah, well, I still have to process his laptop, so looks like for now, I'm all out of chips.
- Okay.
- Ooh, give it to me.
- All right, I kind of like that one.
- Hey! Hey, thanks again for letting me ride shotgun, Jimmy.
You know, I-I get car sick just even thinking about the backseat.
No problem.
No problem at all.
Don't tell me you surf, Jessica.
Uh, guilty.
- I didn't know that.
- Well, it's been a while.
But I picked it up again when I went to Oahu last month.
You know, I-I'm planning a trip to Jeffreys Bay.
- Oh.
- That is definitely a surfer's haven, right? You surf, Jimmy? I took my daughter boogie-boarding once.
Never too late to give it a try, right? Yeah, yeah, I wouldn't mind learning.
Just need to find a good teacher.
What the? Jess, watch out! - Jimmy, you okay? - Yeah.
No! No, no, no, no! - Not that side! - Scott! No, no, no, no! He's gone.
If we stay here, we are, too.
Okay, uh Over there.
Okay, you go.
I got you covered.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Now! The slot machines Murphy had in his van were stationed at a Navy base in Japan.
Vega Gaming is the D.
-based MWR contractor that services them.
They were on their way back for service when Murphy grabbed them.
No one noticed they were missing.
What was Murphy's cut? Uh, one penny on the dollar.
Funneled to an offshore account.
With enough machines, he could clear a million bucks a year.
That's a hell of a retirement.
Slot machine software is pretty complex.
Murphy didn't have the skills to do that.
Not without help, at least, and it looks like he had a partner.
I pulled a bunch of emails off his laptop.
He was pretty tight with a software engineer from Vega Gaming.
Ana Brooks.
Murphy's partner was an insider.
Oh, they weren't gonna be partners much longer.
She wanted out.
It sounds like Ana thought someone at Vega was getting suspicious, but Murphy kept pressuring her to keep going.
Maybe he pressured her a little too much.
- And she dissolved the partnership.
- Pick her up.
I haven't heard anybody behind us for a while now.
Yeah, we should call someone.
My phone's dead.
It's broken.
Can we use yours? We had it up for navigation in the car.
I left it there.
I can't believe we just left Scott behind.
Okay, we can't focus on that right now.
Who were those guys? Uh, I don't know.
But the only thing you and I have in common right now is that organ, so I have a hunch they're after that.
We got about six hours to get this liver to the hospital before the recipient dies.
Okay, well, first we have to get out of here alive.
Let's circle back to the main road, we'll flag down a car That's too dangerous.
I'm sure those shooters left men behind in case we came back.
Okay, then what do we do? We go north.
We passed a highway ten miles back.
We can flag somebody down from there.
Ten miles? This organ isn't gonna make Six hours is enough time.
We can make it to the hospital, I promise.
Brooks? NCIS! Okay, so you've never gambled before? No, no, the odds are always in the house's favor, so what's the point? See, that's your problem.
You always have to have a point.
- All of a sudden, I got a problem? - No, I didn't say Well, like, look, it was a metaphor, okay, it's like Keep it down! I'm trying to watch Judge Judy.
I can't hear a word with all that banging.
I'm Special Agent McGee.
This is Special Agent Torres.
We're with NCIS.
We're looking for Ana Brooks.
She's gone, kid.
Up and vanished two months ago.
Hasn't been back since.
Won't answer her phone either.
- Are you sure? - Of course I'm sure.
I'm the building manager.
You think just 'cause I'm old, I'm senile? No, ma'am.
You find her, tell her she owes me two month's rent.
Any friends or family that we can contact? Beats me.
What do you want with her anyway? She's a suspect in a murder investigation.
Well, that's a shame.
Seemed like a nice girl.
Always offered me help with the groceries.
Should've known.
It's the nice ones you got to watch out for.
You know, I thought I was in good shape.
You're not even breaking a sweat.
- Do we need a break? - No, no maybe.
Maybe just a couple minutes.
I had a really small breakfast, you know? So my blood sugar's What are you doing? I went to college in Seattle.
Spent a lot of weekends camping, learning to survive in the wild, so, here, eat this.
- No, I'm good, I'm good.
- It's a type of mushroom.
It's called "chicken of the woods.
" It's gonna help you with your blood sugar.
I'm good, but I have this.
You packed food in with the organ? Yeah, I didn't know if we'd have time to stop for lunch.
So besides, it's hermetically sealed.
Now, here, try this.
It's a type of sandwich.
It's called PB and J.
Yeah, we got tracks heading north.
Lower your rifle.
Jess? - Jimmy? - Yeah, over here, over here.
Jimmy? I got hit in the leg.
- We need to stop the bleeding.
- Uh Yeah.
Okay, okay.
Okay, pull on that, pull, pull.
Rick, come in.
You there? Rick? Okay, the others must've heard the shots.
Can you move? Yeah, yeah.
- Okay, lean on me.
- Yeah.
You good? Never better.
Come on! Mama wants to buy a hot dog, hot dog.
Ooh, ooh.
Come on oh, gosh, broken.
Oh, come on! All right, you.
Come on, baby, come on, I know you got me.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, oh! No! Oh, come on! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes oh, no! This, uh feels a little pathological.
I was, uh checking out Vega Gaming's other gambling machines, you know? Just kind of hoping to find something in the code that will help us track down Ana.
- Uh-huh.
- Uh-huh, yeah, yeah.
Unfortunately, I got nothing, so, oh, no.
- Kasie? - Hmm? Do you have a gambling problem we should know about? Me? Oh, my gosh.
No, no, no, no Oh, no.
Yeah, okay, yeah, maybe a little.
Um, I did manage to find surveillance footage from Ana's building the night she disappeared.
- Who's with her? - No idea.
The image is too blurry to make out the license plate.
- Friend or foe? - Uh, well, they did open the car door for her.
Maybe she found some new partners.
And they all decided to get rid of the old one.
- We have a problem.
- We're even.
I got a headache.
Is that an aspirin? It's lactulose.
It's used to treat - severe liver disease.
- And why am I looking at it? McGee just brought it back from Ana's apartment.
- She's sick? - Yes.
I tracked down her doctor.
She's in Mar Vista Hospital.
Been there for weeks with cirrhosis of the liver.
That doesn't sound good.
Well, she needs a transplant immediately.
Serendipitously, there is a suitable liver on its way to that hospital today.
One, and only one.
Wait, the liver that Knight and Jimmy are transporting is for Ana? Our murder suspect? We better call Mar Vista Hospital, warn Knight.
No need.
I already called.
Jimmy and Agent Knight never showed up with any organ.
How much longer? Another mile or so.
Can you make it? Yeah, I'm doing fine.
You're the one that's doing all the heavy lifting Oh! That looks like a fresh kill.
Probably a black bear.
Great, not only do we have to worry about men with guns ow chasing us, now we got to worry about killer bears.
Okay, Jimmy, you can't keep going on like this.
You're right.
I want this bullet out of me.
- Isn't it better to leave it in? - I want it out.
Good luck finding medical supplies around here.
Maybe we are in luck.
That's a game feeder.
People put it up to attract deer.
Bet you there's a cabin nearby.
I'll believe that when I see it.
Come on.
Let's go.
Knight, call me as soon as you get this.
That was Mar Vista Hospital.
Still no Jimmy or Knight.
Nothing from them for two hours.
You get through to our murder suspect? The hospital admin told me that if we want to talk to Ana Brooks, we have to go through - the Department of Justice.
- What? What the hell does DoJ have to do with this? Maybe we're not the only ones after Brooks.
State troopers found Knight's car - by Lesesne State Forest.
- And? They were shot at.
They found a male body by the car.
- No IDs.
- Let's go.
- McGee? - I'll hit up DoJ.
Find out what they want with Ana Brooks.
If they know who's after our people, we need everything they got.
Lean on them! Not a problem.
I want it on record that I didn't say, "I told you so.
" I admire your self-restraint.
Abandoned for a while by the looks of it.
What do we need? Some pliers, something to clean out this wound.
And, uh, needle and thread would be nice.
- Uh, rags? - Yeah.
Got a half bottle of Glencallan.
I'll take it.
Okay, we're in luck I have a survival sewing kit.
No pliers.
Oh, got a pocketknife.
You and I have different definitions of "we're in luck.
" Okay.
Good luck, Doctor.
You're gonna do it.
Me? No way.
Well, it's in the back of my leg.
I can't reach.
No way.
Uh, you know what? The road isn't too far away.
I think we should wait.
Whatever happened to "those killers are right behind us"? Well, that was that was before you asked me to take a bullet out of your ass.
Okay, number one, it is in my thigh.
Secondly, I'm gonna guide you through it.
I mean, it's gonna be easy, easy peasy, you'll see.
Easy peasy.
Hey, hey.
You can do this.
Now get the whiskey.
You're supposed to pour that on the knife and then on the wound before You know what, just give me that.
All right.
All right, now make an incision to expand the wound.
You okay? I'm doing really good.
I'm fine Okay, next you have to extract that bullet, but use your fingers, do not use that knife.
- Use my fingers? - Just do it before that whiskey hits your bloodstream.
Okay, Jimmy, I can't find it.
I'm sorry.
I told you you should do this You're doing great.
You're doing a really good job.
Just keep going, keep going! Okay.
Jess, what happened after the wedding? You really want to talk about that now? Rather talk about that or how your hand is right on my butt? Okay, my hand is on your thigh.
I thought we had a good time.
In fact, I know we had a great time.
Ever since the wedding you've been acting like nothing ever happened.
I really like you.
And I think that you Oh, got it! I got it.
Okay, rags, rags.
All right, what now? Now you sew me up.
Oh, Jimmy.
I failed home ec.
Well, there.
You're right.
I like you, too.
You do? Ow! Okay.
Okay, just stay still, stay still.
I like you.
But? You're one of my best friends, Jimmy.
And I can't do anything that's gonna jeopardize that.
Yeah, that would be a real bummer.
Let me just say this.
No matter what happens between us we're still gonna be friends.
I have no idea who Ana Brooks is.
Yet you have half the DoJ stationed on her hospital floor, Deputy Reeves.
Which is outside your jurisdiction, Director.
Like hell it is.
Brooks is a suspect in the murder of a Navy reservist named John Murphy.
We also have agents in the field that are missing.
We think whoever's working with Brooks is after them.
Now are you gonna give us some answers? Or are we gonna have to start busting heads? Brooks is working with us.
And she can't be your murder suspect because she's been in protective custody for the last two months.
Protective custody for what? She's helping on our case against Vega Gaming.
The CEO, Paul Newhope, has been rigging slot machines and setting them up - On U.
Navy bases.
- Yes.
He's been stealing money from the government.
And we can finally prove it with Ms.
Brooks' testimony.
So she's not in on the con.
- She's a whistleblower.
- She went to the media first.
Spoke to Murphy at the Navy Herald.
Then she got scared and came to us.
We told her to cut the reporter off.
That's why Murphy had those slot machines.
He was doing his own investigation into Vega.
And it got him killed.
Newhope must've found out about our case against him.
He's eliminating anybody he thinks knows too much.
He's not getting anywhere near Ms.
Well, he doesn't need to.
He just needs to stop her - from getting that transplant.
- He has no way of knowing about that.
We've been very careful with that information.
Not careful enough.
You got a leak.
If Ana Brooks doesn't get that organ, she dies.
And the DoJ's entire case dies with her.
We need to find our people now.
I found a map.
Good news.
We're here.
That's the main road, less than half a mile.
- We get there - We flag down a car and we get this liver to the hospital.
Can you walk? Let's get the hell out of here.
Found their trail.
Looks like it leads to a cabin.
I'm gonna check it out.
- What now? - Okay.
Okay, all right.
New plan.
We're gonna split up.
You're gonna take this cooler, head east until you hit the road.
Okay, what are you gonna do? I'm gonna lead them in the opposite direction.
What? That's suicide.
You can't do that.
Have a little faith, Jimmy.
I can take care of myself.
Okay, no, no, no, no.
- I will lead them in the other direction.
- Okay.
- Talk about a suicide mission! - Now, you are going - You're much faster - Jimmy, Jimmy! Jimmy! We don't have time to argue.
You need to go.
Jess, I'm not going anywhere without you.
All right, come on.
Sorry, Jimmy.
You need to get moving.
As far away from the cabin as possible.
Jess! Jess! Has there been any word from Agent Parker? Not yet.
All we know is Agent Knight and Dr.
Palmer are somewhere in that forest.
I heard that a male victim had been found.
Unidentified, Dr.
We don't know who it is.
Let's not jump to conclusions.
No, no.
Of co of course.
Forgive my concern, but, uh Jimmy is someone You're not gonna lose him.
Thank you.
Agent McGee is questioning Vega's CEO, Paul Newhope.
We will find our people soon.
The interrogation is over.
I do wish I could've been more helpful, Agent McGee.
I'm sure you do.
Good luck finding your missing friends.
Newhope isn't talking? Claims he doesn't even know Ana Brooks.
After all, he has "hundreds of employees.
" All right, we need hard evidence to link Newhope directly to those rigged machines.
Yeah, well, even Murphy's investigation didn't find anything.
It's Parker.
Hey, got you on speaker here.
The body the troopers found was a man named Scott Long.
He was a doctor at Shoreside Memorial.
What was he doing in the car with Jimmy and Knight? We're trying to find out.
He wasn't supposed to work today.
But he switched shifts at the last minute.
- I don't like the sound of that.
- And troopers found a burner phone near his body.
Do you think he could be the leak? It's possible.
I'll text Kasie the burner number.
Have her check the call log.
Let's see who Dr.
Long was talking to.
Hey, Parker? We have two sets of tracks.
They both go into the forest.
The small ones here, - they must be Knight and Jimmy.
- Yeah.
This must be Newhope's men.
Yeah, and it looks like they're sending a small army after them.
Long's burner phone what do you got? Uh, one phone call from Long to Newhope just after the liver was assigned.
And one text from Long, when he was on the road with Knight and Jimmy giving their location.
Wait, so it wasn't someone at DoJ.
It was Long.
Long was the leak.
Why? No idea.
Unless it has something to do with the 500 grand transferred to his bank account just before he sent that text.
- Who did Long text, Newhope? - Uh No.
It was a different number.
Can you track it? It could be the shooters after Jimmy and Knight.
Northeast part of Lesesne State Forest.
It's got to be Newhope's men.
All right, send that GPS location to Parker now.
Drop it! Drop it! I got her! Bring her down here! Get down! Well, I don't know what kind of game you're playing, but it's over.
Where's the cooler? I dumped it.
I've kind of been running for my life here, and it was slowing me down.
But I can take you to it.
You're lying.
There was another guy with you.
He must have it.
Okay, you got me, you got me.
But, look, he's long gone.
Stop! Stop! Jimmy? You can have the cooler.
Just let her go.
Just What are you doing here? I'm not gonna leave you here to die.
You're ruining the plan.
It looked like you needed a little bit of help.
Okay, I have this under control.
- This is under control? - Yes.
Shut the hell up! We got the liver.
Let's get the hell out of here.
Now! Jimmy.
What the hell were you thinking? I told you.
I'm not going anywhere without you.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Easy, easy.
Are you two all right? Nick, I've been better.
Looks like we're too late.
That liver came from the carcass of a dead deer.
Thank God none of these guys had a medical degree.
Where's the real liver at? It's back at the cabin on ice.
If we hurry, we can get it to the hospital in time for the transplant.
Could've been me out there with Jimmy.
Sorry you missed out on all the action? Yep.
Like digging a bullet out of Jimmy's backside? Never mind.
I'm glad it was you.
Talked to DoJ.
Ana's transplant was successful.
Well, that's gonna make Jimmy happy.
And she can testify against Newhope.
One of the guys you took down admitted to killing Murphy.
All under Newhope's orders.
He's going away for a long time.
Case closed.
- Shall we call it a night? - Let's do it.
Knight? You guys go ahead.
Um, I got some stuff I need to take care of.
Have a good long rest.
You deserve it, Mr.
Ah, Agent Knight.
Good to see you here, Ducky.
Ah, you as well.
Oh, I must congratulate you on your surgical skills.
Palmer's wound will heal nicely.
Glad to know I didn't scar him for life.
Has Jimmy left already? Dr.
Mallard, did you rearrange all my supplies? If by "rearrange," you mean put them on the right shelf, then yes.
Okay, now that is a matter of opin Jess.
The transplant operation went well.
Thought you'd like to know.
I must say today has been a nice change from my duties as historian, but now it is time for me to return to my sanctuary.
So I bid you good night.
- Good night.
- Good night, Doctor.
I just wanted to say thank you.
For coming back for me.
Oh, yeah, any-anytime.
Hey, Jess, uh, um for what it's worth whatever's going on in that mystical brain of yours, I just want to say you'll never catch a wave if you're afraid to get on the surfboard.
Or boogie board.
And despite everything, I'm glad we got to spend some time together today.
Feel like I got to know you better.
Me, too.
Hermetically Sealed PBJ.
Uh, I should get home - to Victoria, yeah.
- I got a dinner with, uh, Kasie.
So there's this new coffee shop a couple of blocks from here.
- Oh, yeah? - I don't know if you know, but I'm kind of a connoisseur.
And I've been dying to try their Elvis Presso.
Want to check it out? Let me check my calendar.

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