NCIS New Orleans (2014) s06e08 Episode Script

The Order of the Mongoose

1 Feet, feet don't fail me now 'Cause I'm on my way But I'm standing on evil ground And don't call Call your friend tonight 'Cause she always gonna pick up the phone Hey, is that "The Curse of the White Knight" comic? - Yeah.
- That doesn't come out for months.
How did you get an advanced copy? My mother.
I guess being high up in the Thai government has its perks.
Also means I have guards 24/7.
I'd trade all of this for a normal life.
Eh, I'm just saying, all my mom ever got me was codependency issues.
- (LAUGHS) - Tan, put that away.
We shouldn't even be out tonight, considering the threats against the minister's life.
You promised you'd take this seriously.
The threats are against my mother, not me.
And I doubt Thai militants followed us to America.
You must behave as if they could be anywhere at any time, Tan.
Even if they're here, I can take care of myself.
Whoa, okay Hold on.
We don't need any scary blades.
All right? Everything's gonna be fine.
I did a thorough sweep of the venue this afternoon and I secured us this private area of the balcony.
So, no one's getting to you without going through us.
(CLEARS THROAT) Is that meant to inspire confidence? I requested an FBI agent for additional security.
I suppose NCIS was all that was available.
Lucky you.
Mm-hmm.
(CHEERING, APPLAUSE) Those weighted knuckle gloves? Interesting style choice.
They protect my hands when I need to break someone's jaw.
Far out.
Any other cool bodyguard stuff I should know about? I find that Tasers can be very effective.
Hey, Agent Lund.
Come here.
I'm sorry, I-I can't leave my post.
Man, loosen up.
It's fine.
Go.
I got it.
Hey, you know, you can just call me Sebastian.
"Agent Lund" sounds so formal.
Love The Revivalists, though.
That ain't how I need to know That ain't how it's going down And you can hitch your wagon to a star And let the wheels spin 'round and 'round Protective detail's so much more fun than processing dead bodies.
(ALARM SOUNDING) What's that? (MUSIC STOPS) Fire alarm.
I don't smell any smoke, though.
Come on, we should evacuate anyway.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) Hey, I I'll be right behind you.
Hey.
Where's Tan? Oh, I thought he was with you.
Boom, boom, boom, boom Bang, bang, bang, bang Boom, boom, boom, boom How, how, how, how Hey, hey You gotta come on.
- PATIENT: Ouch! - WADE: Ooh.
Oh, I'm so sorry.
I'm just not used to my patients being able to move.
Are they usually sedated or something? No.
They're usually dead.
It's all done.
Okay, now, you come back in ten days and I'll remove the stitches.
Dwayne.
You're checking up on me? Never.
Never.
I just I have this, uh, weird spot I thought maybe you could take a look at.
Really? At 10:00 at night? Hey, I managed to stay away for a few weeks.
You got to give me a little credit for that.
- Mm.
- How have the shifts been? Uneventful.
Tonight, I removed a Lego from a child's ear - Ah.
- and a marble from another's nose.
- Mm.
- You know, when I thought about working with the living again, this is not exactly what I had in mind.
Yeah.
I'm just glad you're channeling your feelings over Christopher's death into something useful.
It has helped me feel more like my old self.
(PHONE DINGS) I was, - uh - was hoping to take you out for a drink, - but Sebastian needs my help.
- It's all right.
I've got one last patient to see.
Okay.
Oh, uh maybe this time you'll find a penny.
Oh, I'm not in it for the money, Dwayne.
(LAUGHS) (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) (INDISTINCT CHATTER) Sir.
Sorry.
This-this is not Kasem's fault.
I don't care whose fault it is.
Where is my son? SEBASTIAN: Honestly, we-we don't know.
But we're devoting every available resource to find him.
That is not acceptable.
I'll cancel the meeting tomorrow.
This is more important.
No.
Thailand needs this deal.
We came to New Orleans to get it done.
You want to help? Make sure these men do their jobs.
Pride.
Oh.
Thank you for coming.
So, we've cordoned off the immediate area, I got NOPD running traffic checkpoints, and FBI standing by in case we get any ransom requests.
Could this be connected to the threats against the minister? Possibly.
There wasn't any fire or smoke that could've triggered those alarm.
- So someone pulled it intentionally? - Yeah, well, I've requested all the footage from available cameras.
Well, sounds like you got everything under control here.
Yeah, almost everything.
(SPEAKING THAI) That the minister? Yeah.
You think you could talk to her? Sure.
Excuse me.
Madam Minister, I'm Special Agent Pride, NCIS.
I don't mean to interrupt, but these first few hours are critical.
What can you tell me about the threats you've received in your home country? Most come from a group called Thailand First.
Supporters of the military regime.
My permanent secretary, Lawan Nitaya.
- Hello.
- They think threats will stop me from pushing for a more progressive Thailand, but I have to do what's best for my people.
Anada has been strong in the face of their intimidation.
Do you think they've kidnapped Tan? We don't know yet, but I promise you that we'll do everything we can to get him back.
Please, you have to find my son.
You've got a pretty bad sprain.
You'll want to keep it immobile for four to six weeks.
Okay.
Thank you.
I'm more concerned about this.
From the degree of bruising From the degree of bruising, I think you may have broken your zygomatic arch.
Any trouble chewing? No.
I feel fine.
I'm gonna take an X-ray, just to make sure.
How did it happen? I fell.
How exactly did you fall? I slipped while I was mopping the floor.
(LAUGHS SOFTLY) Uh, my face hit the counter on the way down.
That's probably why my wrist is only sprained.
My face broke the fall.
You also have some old bruising on your jawline.
Is that from a fall as well? I'm just clumsy, I guess.
If someone is trying - to hurt you - That's not what this is.
No? You can tell me the truth.
I know how frightened you must be.
We met five minutes ago.
You don't know anything about me.
Oh, please, wait.
I've been in your shoes.
I can help you.
I don't need your help.
Pride.
How's Sebastian? He didn't come home last night.
He feels responsible for losing that kid.
What have we learned so far? Anada Benjawan, Thailand's minister of interior, is in New Orleans to meet with Hydrowall Systems.
It's a private contractor responsible for updating the city's anti-flood technology.
Her only child, Tanawat, travels with her.
He was supposed to meet with an admissions officer in Tulane while they're here.
Was there a ransom call? Not yet.
Well, maybe whoever took him isn't planning on giving him back.
Minister Benjawan is a member of the recently-formed Future Forward Party.
Progressive party that is threatening to wrest control from Thailand's military regime.
This Thailand First group that threatened her Big supporters of their current government.
Can't be happy Anada's about to sign a deal - with an American contractor.
- They're not.
And several of their known associates have obtained travel visas to the U.
S.
in the past.
So it's possible one of them kidnapped Tan.
Sebastian knew the entire PSD protocol.
There's no way he'd make a mistake like this.
We haven't been able to locate Tan in any of the security footage.
Well, the alarm was pulled on purpose, as a distraction.
Could be whoever is responsible knew how to avoid the cameras.
Or maybe they were right in front of us the whole time.
What do you mean? When I was 16, I was really into this girl from my neighborhood.
All I wanted to do was be with her, but I couldn't let my mother know about it.
So one night, both families got together and went to a street fair in Bensonhurst.
Changed my clothes in the bathroom, blended in with the crowd and slipped away.
Six hours before anyone found us.
That is a terrible thing to do to your mom.
Yeah, well, girl's got to do what a girl's got to do.
So you're saying maybe this isn't a kidnapping.
I'm saying 18 years is a long time to be controlled by your mother.
Stop the tape.
There.
Upper right.
That's him.
He's with a girl.
It's always a girl.
Got a plate.
I'm gonna call dispatch.
50 bucks says they went to a hotel.
SEBASTIAN: I mean, don't get me wrong.
I'm glad that Tan's okay.
I just I can't believe he gave us the slip just to go hook up with some girl.
I'm an understanding guy, you know? You seem decidedly less so.
I feel like he could've given me the heads-up.
I'm a-I'm a hip guy.
You know? I've been around.
I've hooked up with s-several women.
I'm gonna kill Tan for this.
Okay, I'm gonna follow your lead.
All right, kids.
Party's over.
What are we gonna do? SEBASTIAN: Okay, someone from Thailand First broke in, kidnapped Tan and then killed the girl? Well according to the manager, this is a secure floor.
The only people who accessed it last night - were registered guests.
- All right, well, then we need to be talking to every guest on the floor.
Hannah and Gregorio are already on it.
What is this? Whoa.
Hey, hey, hey.
Don't-don't touch it.
All right? You'll-you'll contaminate the evidence.
Tan had a knife like this last night at the club.
Then I'm responsible for this woman's death.
How so? I gave Tan the knife for his own protection.
I should have known he was too immature to handle it.
You think he's capable of murder? ANADA: Special Agent Pride? PRIDE: Madam Minister, you really can't be here right now.
Kasem said you found my son.
Oh, my God.
Whose blood is that? It's not Tan's.
Where is my son? KASEM: Madam Minister, I need to speak to you about Tan.
Come this way.
Pride.
Come check this out.
Look at the way that the blood pooled around her body.
Stops in the middle of the bed.
Like Tan killed her and then went to sleep and his body formed a barrier? How do you go to sleep after you brutally murdered someone? I can't shake the feeling that Tan wouldn't do this.
You don't really know him, Sebastian.
Regardless, we need to figure out what happened here.
I'll get the body to Wade.
You need to keep an eye on the minister.
Yeah, all right.
I'll go back to the residence with them, see if I can get into Tan's computer.
Maybe there's an alternate theory there.
We'll work on ID'ing this woman, see what connection she had to Tan.
(SIGHS) Hi there.
What can I get ya? - I'll have a cup of coffee, please.
- That's all? Actually, I was hoping we could sit and talk.
We-we have nothing to talk about.
Bonnie, cover my section for me.
Wait, please.
Uh, I just want to make sure you're okay.
How did you find me here? The emergency contact on your intake form.
You look worse than you did last night, even under all that makeup.
Really? (SCOFFS) Do I? Might have something to do with the police - showing up at my door.
- Believe me, I did not want to call them, but I have no choice.
I'm a mandatory reporter.
But I would like to help you.
You have helped enough.
Coffee's on the house if you take it to go.
GREGORIO: Got an ID on our victim.
Claire Roberts from San Francisco.
Clean record, but she was a student teacher, so her prints were in the system.
What's the connection to Tan? They met six months ago when he was on a college tour at UC Berkeley.
Must've made quite an impression.
E-mails on Tan's computer show they kept in touch ever since, but nothing suggests a motive.
Hey, I know Sebastian thinks he's innocent, but this doesn't look good.
The security footage from the alley behind the hotel.
He literally has blood on his hands.
How did no one stop him? Question is is he running - because he just killed his girlfriend - (PHONE DINGS) or because he's in danger, too? Loretta's done with her autopsy.
You two keep digging.
See if you can find out where Tan went after he left the hotel.
Hey.
I thought there were no prints or DNA found on the murder weapon.
Mm, there weren't.
I found unidentified fibers.
The techs are working with it now.
They're just not as quick as Sebastian.
Now, regarding Miss Roberts.
(CHUCKLES) Right.
Well, unfortunately for Mr.
Benjawan, his was the only foreign DNA I found on her body.
Signs of a struggle? WADE: Not exactly.
I found the couple had intercourse shortly before she was killed.
Uh, Miss Roberts' tox screen was clean except for alcohol.
But he had a curious combination of GHB and Spice in his system.
That explains him falling asleep.
GHB alone could cause hallucinations, amnesia, loss of consciousness.
And paired with a synthetic cannabinoid known for causing violent outbursts? He could have attacked her, then blacked out for hours without realizing what he'd done.
(SIGHS SOFTLY) Something on your mind? My last patient last night at the clinic was a woman showing clear signs of abuse.
I offered to help, and she ran out.
That must've been difficult, considering everything that Reginald put you through.
What did you do? Well, what I was bound by law to do.
I reported the abuse to the NOPD.
Did they look into it? Yes.
But in cases like this, getting the police involved can make it worse for the victim.
I followed up with her this morning at her work but ended up pushing her further away.
Never known you to give up on anyone.
And I'm not gonna start now.
I just have to find another way.
ANADA: I have not heard of this Claire Roberts.
But I can assure you, my son is not capable of murder.
He has no reason to hurt this girl.
Well, has-has Tan been affected by the threats against you? Or has he been withdrawn? Or have you noticed him acting strangely? No.
He's the same respectful boy - he always been.
- Well, you know, given all the pressure that-that you're under, it's completely understandable if you've missed any changes in Tan.
Are you accusing me of not knowing my own son? No, no, no.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm just saying that-that not all sons share everything with their mothers.
Mine does.
LAWAN: I think the minister's had enough of your questions.
Anada, please, come with me.
You're pushing too hard, Agent Lund.
I'm just trying to do my job.
And I'm trying to do mine, which is increasingly difficult.
She needs this meeting with Hydrowall to happen.
It will change thousands of lives for the better.
Yeah, well, you'll have to forgive me if I'm a little bit more focused on the murder of Claire Roberts and finding Tan - than I am protecting your deal.
- (PHONE RINGS) Excuse me.
Tammy, what's up? What's up with you? Why do you sound like that? Eh, I just had a face-off with the permanent secretary.
Which I totally won.
- She's half your size.
- Yeah, well, she's incredibly intimidating.
What do you need? We've been digging into the de facto leader of Thailand First.
I had a contact in Southeast Asia that gave us a number for their command.
They received an incoming call from someone in New Orleans - three days ago.
- Yeah, we tracked the phone, but it's not pinging off any cell towers since late last night.
We think it's off.
- And Patton's out of town.
- We're at Patton's desk.
Can you tell us how to turn the phone on remotely? Uh, no, I can't, because that would be illegal and I'm not comfortable doing Sebastian, it's a secure line.
The NSA's not listening.
Oh, in that case, it's super easy.
Yeah, just go to my computer and, uh, open up a folder entitled Fan Fiction.
HANNAH: Mm-hmm.
Do I even want to know why you've encrypted your fan fiction? - Uh - No, it's best not to ask questions.
And then you just got to put in the password, which is, um, Sally Je Sally Jessy Raphael.
- All one word? - (LAUGHS) HANNAH: We will get into that one later.
GREGORIO: It worked.
Uh, yeah, then put in the phone number - and it should turn on.
- GREGORIO: Got it.
Sebastian, you're a genius.
Yeah, duh.
It only took you three years to acknowledge that fact.
Looks like the phone was last in Uptown.
I'm gonna call it and see where it is now.
(PHONE RINGING) Think I just found it.
I just need you to, uh, put the phone down - and your hands in the air.
- Sebastian? HANNAH: Hey, what's going on? I can't believe I didn't see it coming.
I should have known something was up with that guy.
Look, we all missed it, Sebastian.
Now is not the time to doubt yourself.
What do we know about Kasem? Ugh.
He's got really sharp elbows.
And he was in contact with Thailand First, the group that's been threatening Anada.
So, what, he went after Tan just to make a statement? We still don't know that Tan is innocent.
Kasem could just be protecting him.
Kasem is the guilty party, Agent Pride.
You should be going after him.
And we are.
For attacking Agent Lund.
There is no physical evidence linking Kasem to Miss Roberts' murder.
Then find some.
Tan had no reason to kill Claire.
He love her since they first met in California.
We've kept Agent Lund's performance from our government in the interest of maintaining relations between our two countries.
- But we're losing patience.
- Okay.
All right.
Just hold on a minute.
Agent Lund was just doing his job.
His job was to keep Tan safe.
And he failed.
Let's go, Anada.
You know, earlier, the minister said that she'd never heard of Claire Roberts.
How did she know that they met in California? - She's hiding something.
- Yeah.
Every time she's about to open up, one of her people stops her.
So we need to get her alone.
GREGORIO: That was a long call.
- FBI? - State Department.
They're worried this is gonna escalate into an international incident.
They said there's only so much they can do to protect us.
In other words, we need to find Kasem and Tan yesterday.
- Anything in Kasem's background? - Yeah, he worked in private security for 15 years making good money.
Then last year, he took a huge pay cut to join Anada's security team.
So he infiltrated her team on behalf of Thailand First? Possibly, but he hasn't had any contact with them up until three days ago, when he showed up in New Orleans.
Well, maybe it's money motivated.
- Let's dig into his financials.
- All right.
- Loretta, hey.
- (PHONE DINGS) Uh, Pride is with Sebastian at the minister's residence.
That's all right.
I just wanted to let you know that we were finally able to identify the fibers from the murder weapon.
Lambskin leather.
A glove? Explains why there was no prints or DNA on the murder weapon.
Thank you.
But you didn't need to drive all the way over here to tell us that.
Well, I'll be honest, my visit has a dual purpose.
Tammy, you used to be a lawyer, right? I went to law school so I could join the FBI.
I never sat for the bar.
- Why, are you in some kind of trouble? - No, but I'm hoping someone else might be.
Um, I don't want to interrupt.
- No, no, no.
No interruption.
- No.
I, uh, I was just on my way out.
Pride needs my help.
What's going on, Doc? I need to have someone arrested, but I'm not sure I can prove that they've broken a law.
You sure you're okay? 'Cause I got a judge on speed dial who could get you a restraining order.
Just asking for a friend.
Honestly.
All right.
Well, if we dig deep enough we can find something.
- I was hoping you'd say that.
- All right.
Is the perimeter secure? Yeah.
I I think.
I mean, I, uh I haven't been doing the bodyguard thing for very long, so it's, you know I mean, it's probably nothing.
I will decide if it is nothing.
Oh, okay.
Well, there's just this silver Taurus just keeps circling the block.
And the driver? I didn't get a good look.
- I know.
- Stay here.
Make sure no one disturbs the minister.
(DOOR CLOSES) (DOOR CLOSES) Agent Pride.
I asked not to be disturbed.
Where is Pravat? He's outside, chasing one of my agents around the block.
I'm afraid I do not understand.
Everything is fine.
I just wanted a moment alone with you to talk.
About what? How you know more about your son's relationship with Claire Roberts than you're letting on.
Lawan You're protecting him.
I'm a parent, too.
My daughter Laurel was in trouble, I'd be her first call, and I'd do anything I could to keep her safe.
So you do understand.
Tan is wanted for murder.
If NOPD finds him first he could get hurt, or worse.
Parent to parent, I'll protect him, but you have to give me that chance.
What are you asking me to do? Turn him in.
Can I help you, Officer? Hi, Lisa.
Oh.
(SCOFFS) Will you leave us alone? They will arrest Walter, he'll spend the night in jail and this'll happen all over again.
Baby.
What's all this? I don't know.
Well, I haven't broken any laws.
(LAUGHS) We're not here to arrest you, sir.
We're here to arrest your wife.
You have to believe me.
I didn't kill her.
I can't believe my mom thinks I could do this.
Your mother doesn't know what to think.
She's in an impossible situation.
But she's doing what's best for you.
By turning me in to the police.
She thinks we can help.
But you got to give us something.
An alibi.
Anything we can check out.
Look, I can't remember anything.
I just know I would never hurt Claire.
Okay.
All right.
Let's just Let's-let's start at the beginning, okay? How did you two meet? I was touring UC Berkeley.
She was a student there.
Okay.
Who made the first move? I'm not very confident around girls.
I've never really dated.
So Claire just approached you out of the blue? I guess so.
I mean, sh-she started asking me about Thailand.
We just hit it off.
Did she ever ask you about your mother or her politics? Look, Claire wasn't using me to get to my mother, if that's what you're getting at.
We never even talked about her.
How'd you sneak out of the club? Kasem gave someone $100 to pull the fire alarm.
He told me we could sneak out the back.
Kasem was in on it? It was his idea in the first place.
(SCOFFS) You set me up.
My mother would never approve of Claire, so we had to find a way to meet in secret.
Why did Kasem agree to help? Because he understood how hard it was for us to be together.
What do you mean, "he understood"? He had a secret relationship, too.
We talked about it a lot.
A relationship with who? H-He never said.
Just that it would be very bad for everyone if people found out.
Look, I'm really sorry.
We never meant for things to go this wrong.
(SIGHS) Look, uh Kasem he-he set you up, too.
All right? Killing Claire was just part of his plan.
Fibers that appear to be from his glove were found on the murder weapon.
That doesn't make any sense.
Why would he hurt her? We think he's part of the group that's been threatening your mother.
(SCOFFS) Should have guessed it was you.
- I'm nothing if not persistent.
- I can't believe you had me arrested for a few unpaid parking tickets.
Don't worry about the charges, they'll never stick.
Then you mind telling me what we're doing here? (SIGHS) I knew to get you to listen, I'd need a captive audience, and I'd need to get you away from that husband of yours.
Don't talk about Walter like you know him.
I know him better than you think.
How could you? Because I had one just like him.
Long time ago.
(CHUCKLES) Our love is uh it's complicated.
What you two have is not love.
It's control.
Now, I need you to hear me on this.
Your situation is not your fault.
- I know that.
- There are resources available to you when you get out of here, but you have to make that choice.
It's up to you.
- I-I can't.
- You can.
- I'm not strong enough.
- It takes a strong woman to endure everything you've gone through.
You just need to believe in yourself.
He's all I have.
If I leave Walter, I I'll be all alone.
You'll have a support system.
I'll make sure of it.
(SNIFFLES) Why are you helping me? Because you deserve better.
And because someone helped me when I was in your situation, and I never got a chance to thank them properly.
And helping you helps me.
Hey, you okay? I'll feel better when we find Kasem.
Anything to suggest who he might've been in a relationship with? No.
But we dumped his financials, found three separate payments from a shell company going back a year.
Right when he joined Anada's security team.
Can we link the shell company to Thailand First? Not unless they've suddenly opened an office in the Netherlands.
What am I looking at? Turns out the company here in New Orleans wasn't the only one bidding on Thailand's new flood control system.
This is a company called FCD Construction.
Based in Amsterdam.
We found four proposals from different countries, all as competitive as Hydrowall's.
Meaning someone has a vested interest in making sure the Netherlands gets the deal.
So they framed the minister's son for murder - just to scandalize her? - Well, maybe Hydrowall wouldn't work with her.
And FCD Construction gets the bid.
Who else stands to benefit if the Hydrowall deal falls through? LAWAN: Ladies, I came here as a courtesy.
But I'm afraid there's nothing more I can do to help you find Kasem.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I must get Anada to Hydrowall.
Special Agent Pride is escorting the minister.
You're staying with us.
You can't keep me here.
One call to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and I'll have your badges.
The State Department is aware of what's happening right now, as is your government.
And what is happening, exactly? We're placing you under arrest for criminal conspiracy - and accessory to murder.
- What? That's ridiculous.
This is all Kasem's doing.
- He's a member of Thailand First.
- GREGORIO: And yet we found dozens of calls between the two of you over the last year.
And kickbacks from FCD Construction to you funneled through his accounts.
I think you've forgotten.
- I have diplomatic immunity.
- Your government has had that revoked.
So sit down.
Unless you want to dig yourself even deeper, I'd start explaining why you did this.
Things are finally starting to turn around for Thailand.
Thanks to the hard work of people like Anada.
Like me.
I should have been appointed minister.
I was the one with the political experience, and she bulldozed her way into the cabinet.
So you had your boyfriend do your dirty work? - Boyfriend? - Kasem.
He told Tan he was in a secret relationship.
It was a relationship of convenience only.
We were simply two people with the same end goal.
To get Anada out of the way.
Tell us where he is.
Kasem is a zealot, Agent Khoury.
Whatever he does now is beyond my control.
(PHONE RINGS) Khoury.
- We just arrived at Hydrowall.
- HANNAH: Pride, you need to turn around now.
The minister's heading in to sign the deal.
You got to get her out of there.
Kasem is planning to kill her.
Madam Minister.
We have a change of plans.
Pride! (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) - Sebastian! - Go, go! Get her out of here.
(ANADA SCREAMS) - You all right? - ANADA: I think so.
Drive! (GRUNTS) (GRUNTS) Get on the ground.
You can't stop me, Agent Lund.
I think I already did, pal.
Minister's on her way.
You should have stayed out of it! (GRUNTING) (TASER BUZZING) You were right.
These things are effective.
- You got it handled? - Huh? Oh, yeah.
Piece of cake.
How's Anada? She's safe.
All right.
You want to do the honors? Yes, I do.
(SIREN WAILING) Oh, sorry.
Did that hurt? WALTER: You.
Can I help you, sir? You can tell me what you did with my wife.
I'm sorry, I don't know what you're talking about.
I went to bail her out of jail, and she was gone.
She won't answer her phone.
Well, then, it seems she made the right choice.
Who the hell do you think you are, filling her head full of lies about me, making her run away like that? I can't make your wife do anything, and now neither can you.
So, if you'll excuse me Stand down.
It's okay.
Somebody needs to teach you to mind your own business.
You're gonna regret this.
Go ahead.
I guarantee you'll regret it more.
Lay a hand on me, and I won't hesitate to press charges.
SEBASTIAN: I mean, you should have seen the way that this guy hit the ground! Man, I wish someone had it on video.
You know what, I'm gonna check surveillance cameras.
I may be able to get some footage, show it to you.
Oh, Sebastian, we believe you.
- You do? - Yeah.
It sounds like you kicked ass.
What? Just waiting for you to say something snippy.
- Oh.
- You did good.
I just can't help feeling bad for Tan.
- You know? - I know.
First time he gets out from under his mother's wing, and it goes that wrong.
My mother and I were joined at the hip until I was in grad school.
- I don't want that for him.
- ANADA: I don't think that will be the case.
It's time I let him go.
What? What are you guys doing here? I thought you were supposed to be on a plane to Thailand.
The pilot can wait.
We wanted to stop and express our gratitude to you, Agent Lund.
Oh.
(SCOFFS) Well, you know, we do this thing all the time, so No.
You went above and beyond.
That is why we are making you an honorary member of the Order of the Mongoose.
What?! That's great! What is that? What do I do? Do I get down on a knee, or what happens? TAN: That won't be necessary.
But please, accept this ceremonial statue.
Whoa! Look at this thing! Wow.
- Wow.
- Wow.
- Sweet.
- HANNAH: Uh, can I ask what made you pick New Orleans over the Dutch company? It was an easy decision.
Hydrowall has superior technology that will keep our people safe from flooding.
Now we must be on our way.
Bye, Sebastian.
Thanks, for everything.
You got it.
Thank you.
- That weasel's creepy.
- Don't be jealous just 'cause you're not in the Order of the Mongoose.
HANNAH: I think it's nice.
- Yeah.
- Come on.
Pride's waiting.
Beady eyes are staring at me.
Tell me where you want me Sounds like everything worked out with Lisa.
Yeah.
She's got a long way to go, but, uh I'm happy to say she took the first step.
I couldn't be more proud of you for helping her to do it.
Thanks, Dwayne.
(COUGHING) Oh, what on God's green earth is that? What? Oh, this.
Um, this is just a totem that's bestowed to members of the Thai Order of the Mongoose.
- It's disturbing.
- You know what's disturbing? - HANNAH: Hey, Sebastian, let's dance.
- Yeah.
Sounds great.
I'm so sorry.
There is no Thai Order of the Mongoose, is there? No.
That thing's from a shop on Magazine.
But Sebastian doesn't need to know that.
(WADE AND PRIDE LAUGH) - Cheers.
- True dat.
Cry now, baby You might call me crazy Why don't you wait and see Cry now, baby You might call me crazy Why don't you just wait and see.
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