Private Eyes (2015) s03e06 Episode Script

Hog Day Afternoon

1 How can you be hungry? You just had a smoothie.
- A smoothie's not real food.
- C'mon, it had spinach - Blech! - Acai berry - Ass berry.
- Hemp seed milk.
Who milks a hemp seed? There's nothing wrong with a little detox every once in a while.
Imagine all those nutrients coursing through your veins.
Thanks, Dr.
Oz, but I'd rather imagine a burger and fries.
- Hey.
He's turning.
- You're changing the subject.
Absolutely.
Don't lose him.
Is this the GreatLife building? I had a GreatLife toaster once.
And a hair dryer.
Till I tried to dry my hair while making toast.
Almost blew up the kitchen.
That's what you get for multitasking.
Coming back to work at night? Boy, that's dedication.
Or he spotted our tail.
He's still working that neck brace.
You know, he might actually be hurt.
C'mon this case reeks of insurance fraud from a mile away.
- You said so yourself.
- Yeah, but for once, it'd be nice if the cynic in me was wrong.
If he is really hurt, we lose that fat insurance commission.
Right.
Let's nail his ass.
Here, take an earpiece.
You follow him in, I'll make sure he doesn't slip out the side.
Alright.
He's headed for the elevator.
Five bucks says he uses a handkerchief to press the button.
Ha! Could be wrong.
So? Yeah, I'll get back to you.
I gotta go.
Why does it have to be double digits? (INDISTINCT VOICES) Hey, Shade, I'm covering the side of the building.
You got anything? I've just gone 14 flights of stairs to watch a staff meeting.
- Whaddya think? - I think they got coffee.
I think they got Danish.
I think they're hunkering down.
Oh, great, so the whole day's a bust.
And now you've just made me hungrier than ever.
Wanna grab a burger after this? Yeah, alright, you win.
How 'bout we go to that place with the double bacon meat bomb? You read my mind.
(ELEVATOR DINGS) Alright, everybody! Cell phones, wallets, keys on the table and get on the floor! Let's go! Let's go! Let's go! What's happening? Think I'm gonna have to take a rain check on that burger.
I see you and you see me Watch you blowin' the lines when you're making a scene Oh boy, you've got to know What my head overlooks The senses will show to my heart When it's watching for lies 'Cause you can't escape my Private Eyes They're watching you Private Eyes They're watching you, watching you, watching you Watching you I count three gunmen, armed.
Where the hell'd they come from? They didn't come in this way.
How many hostages? - Four.
- Don't anybody try to be a hero.
I hear cops, I see sirens, somebody is gonna eat a bullet, you hear me? Hey! - Hey! Hey! - Who? Me? - Ow! - Careful, his neck! What did I say? I'm sorry, sir, but it was a present from my girlfriend.
- Really? - OK, it was from my mother.
OK, well - (WOMAN WHIMPERING) - Looks like a robbery.
With three gunmen? How much money are these people carrying? What else could it be? This place makes household gadgets.
Please.
Please, whatever it is that you want Ohh Hold on.
The leader's grabbing one of the women.
- You're Patricia Marquand? - That's right.
I'm the CEO.
Good.
Then I got everything I want.
Move.
Out of this room, let's go.
What about my staff? You'll let them go? That depends how well you follow orders.
- Now move! - What's happening? - Where are we going? - Twelfth floor.
Shade? - OK, I'm coming in.
- No! Stay outside.
Are you on your way out? I'm going to stay in here and find out what I can.
The more information we can give the cops, the better.
Not if you get killed in the process.
Well, we can't just leave these people.
(CELL PHONE BUZZING) Oh, hey Zoe, listen Hey, I'm just locking up for the night.
No, no, no.
Don't leave.
We have a hostage crisis.
- Who? - Me.
Shade.
You're being held hostage!? No, other people.
I'm calling Maz now.
I'll conference you in.
Alright.
Let's go, Hazards! (HUMMING) Oh you're leaving early? Yeah, I got tickets to the basketball game.
Oh, OK.
I'm just gonna catch up on some filing.
Those are both for you? That's great.
- Good luck to you.
- (CELL PHONE RINGING) Hey, Inspector Carson.
- What a pleasant surprise.
- Ma'am.
Here are my notes on the Morgan case.
I think it's worth re-canvassing the neighbours.
I absolutely agree.
I've actually set up another door-to-door tomorrow morning.
- You did? - Very good.
Calling it a night, are we, Mazhari? No! No, no, no.
I just put on my jacket because it is cold in here.
(CELL PHONE RINGING) Excuse me just a second.
Let me get that.
OK, yeah, it's my mother.
Just gonna let it She's probably just lonely.
She calls me all the time at work.
Let's get a coffee, get to work here, huh? As I was saying Sylvia Morgan - (CELL PHONE RINGING) - Just a second.
Yeah, I'm gonna let it go to voicemail.
She can just talk to her heart's content.
It seems like your mom really needs to get a hold of you.
I'm sure she's just lonely.
She likes to talk.
You sure? 'Cause it could be an emergency.
- I doubt it.
- She could've fallen.
She spends a lot of time lying down.
No, she has a point.
Let's get the phone.
Yeah.
Great.
Yeah.
Uh - Hi, Mom.
- Hey, Maz.
Yeah, I'm just kind of busy at work right now, so unless this is an emergency, - maybe we can talk later - Maz, shut up and listen.
- We have a hostage situation.
- What? OK Let's go, go! OK! - Try it again.
- I told you.
It's not going to work.
Here.
Give it to me.
Come on! Damn God! Listen, Shade, Maz and the cops are on their way.
Where are you? - I'm in the ceiling.
- What? You're where? Just gimme a minute, I'm trying to listen.
- How come it won't open? - This lab area has a higher level of security than the rest of the building.
- Then how do you get in? - I can't.
- At least not after hours.
- But you're the CEO.
Doesn't matter.
The whole lab goes into lockdown after 6 PM, when the evening shift leaves.
And it doesn't reset until midnight.
That's two hours from now.
I am not waiting for some dumb computer.
There is one way.
In case of fire, all doors release.
Oh, you want me to pull the alarm, so suddenly this place is swarming with cops and firemen? Are you trying to get your people killed? I'm just trying to be helpful.
I don't want to see anyone get hurt.
Fine.
You tell them to settle in for a long night.
Let's go.
Go.
Angie? You still there? Yes, I'm still here.
The question is, why are you still in there? Looks like the gunmen are after something in the twelfth floor lab.
- Like what? - I don't know, but whatever it is, it's worth taking four people hostage.
And it looks like they have to wait till midnight until the time lock resets.
OK, I'll relay to Maz, but get the hell out of there.
Copy that.
Hey, Maz.
I've got an update.
(ELEVATOR DINGS) (SIREN BLARING) OK, so the gunmen are after something in the lab.
Like what? I don't know.
Tools.
Equipment.
Appliances.
They're going to a lot of trouble to steal a few toasters.
- Wait a second.
Something's going on.
- What? Is Shade with you? Maz, I think they're sealing the building.
Angie, talk to me, please.
I'm fine? And I'm inside.
- You're what!? Angie! - Call you later.
Hello? - Shade? I'm in.
- In where? - In the building.
- But you told me to get out.
- Yeah, I know.
- So then you're in? I thought you might need help getting out.
- But now we're both in.
- Who's on first again? Fine.
Where are you? Arriving on the fourteenth floor.
Isn't that where you are? No.
I was on the twelfth floor.
But now I'm on the ground floor.
- Oh, for Pete's sake.
- (DOOR CLOSING) Hold on.
Someone's coming! Angie, come in! (SIRENS BLARING) Get those barricades up! So let me get this straight.
Your friends, the private eyes, are now both in the building.
- That's a good point.
- I see that as a good thing.
Now we've got eyes and ears on the inside.
- That's true That's also true.
- Untrained eyes and ears.
Two civilians who could screw up an already bad situation.
That's not a good thing, Detective Mazhari.
That is a disaster in the making.
Inspector Carson, I can assure you, they are pros.
I'm positive they have the situation well in hand.
Alright, I'm up here on the 14th floor.
Where are you? - I'm hiding in an office.
- Which one? I don't know.
There's GreatLife products everywhere.
Is the coast clear yet? Yeah, the coast is clear.
Let's get the hell outta here.
Who the hell are you? - The unluckiest guy in town.
- Who? Move it! Who's that? That's what I want to know.
Um, Jack Purdue.
GreatLife sales rep from Sudbury.
I just blew into town.
I thought I'd come by the old HQ and say hi.
Bad timing, man.
Wallet, keys and cell phone on the table.
Now.
Good.
Now sit down and shut up.
Take care of the keys and wallets.
(CELL PHONE RINGING) - Are you out yet? - Not exactly.
What? Stop clowning around and get outta there! I'd love to.
Just one small problem.
- Shade's now a hostage.
- What!? - Hey.
- Hey.
That's quite the situation you walked into.
Any idea what this is all about? Nobody tells me anything.
You ever been to that lab on the twelfth floor? No, that's R&D.
You have any idea what they keep in there? That's above my pay grade.
Say have we met before? You spend much time in Sudbury? No.
With all my cats, - I don't get a chance to travel much.
- Hey, you two, shut up! So, uh, what happened there? Copy room incident.
My necktie got caught in the paper shredder.
- Really? - Oh, it was harrowing.
Whirring blades coming closer and closer My life flashed before my eyes.
Kinda like now.
Look, I know things look dire at the moment, but I have every confidence that things will get better before too long.
Look, buddy.
I'm the head of Customer Relations.
So? It was my team that fielded all those calls from the customers whose GreatLife Sonic Wave Plungers exploded their toilets.
You know what I'm saying? No, I really don't.
I know a pile of crap when I hear it.
Hey.
I updated Maz on your situation.
(SNEEZING) - Yeah, I can guess his reaction.
- Why did you come back up? - I thought you were in trouble.
- And which one of us is a hostage now? Can we discuss this later? Don't do anything stupid.
Thanks for the vote of confidence.
(PHONE RINGING) What's going on? Are you guys OK? I'm fine.
But Shade's now a hostage too.
- What!? - Yeah, listen, it's a long story.
The gunmen are looking for something in the lab here.
Can you dig into GreatLife, see what's worth taking hostages for? OK.
Hey, boss - Yeah.
- Shade's gonna be alright, isn't he? Of course.
Yeah, sure.
You know, for a P.
I.
, you're a lousy liar.
Get to work.
- So Matt Shade is now a hostage too? - Unforeseen complication.
I think it was a foreseen complication.
- I told you to get them out of there.
- In the good news department, Shade's partner, Angie, is still running around the building.
Which could also be bad news.
There's nothing we can do about it now.
We need to figure out what these people want before it blows up in all our faces.
(HEAVY BREATHING) Hey man, - you OK? - Not good with stress.
Who is? Don't worry, we're gonna get out of this, OK? Do you have any idea what these guys are after? Maybe R&D or something.
What would they be after in there? I don't know.
I'm not up on all the secret development projects.
Charmaine could tell you more.
She's head of Marketing and Promotions.
Oh no (HEAVY BREATHING) The irony is, I'm chief accountant.
You'd think I'd be used to high-pressure situations.
Don't be so hard on yourself.
This is an extreme situation.
True.
Compared to this fiasco, the nationwide roll-out of our automatic hotdog maker, the Frankenformer, was a cake walk.
Hey, Shade.
I just heard from Maz.
The building's surrounded.
- What are the cops gonna do? - I don't know.
If they storm the building, these guys might freak out and start killing hostages.
- We can't let that happen.
- I guess it's time to go to Plan B.
- We have a Plan B? - One of the gunmen just downed his third bottle of water.
I'm betting a bathroom break's in his near future.
Understood.
I'll see what I can do.
Just wish I had some kind of weapon.
- Good luck.
- SWAT has secured the neighborhood.
We have a four-block perimeter.
Alright.
I'm also placing snipers in the building on the corner.
They'll have a clear shot at the fourteenth floor.
Whoa, snipers? That sounds like a really good idea.
Charmaine? My horoscope told me not to go out tonight.
It's gonna be OK.
I didn't know that we had an office in Sudbury.
I hear these guys may be after something in the R&D lab? It's the Robo-Slow.
What's the Robo-Slow? It's a secret project.
It's a voice-activated slow cooker.
You tell it what you want for dinner, it cooks it.
- You're kidding.
- If the prototype passes testing, we're projecting worldwide sales upwards of 50 million dollars.
Not that it matters anymore, because we're not getting out of here alive.
Alright, time to go shopping.
Oh, man I need air.
- Sit down.
- I can't breathe.
I can make that permanent.
I gotta get out of here, I can't breathe! - Take it easy, man.
- I gotta get out! I need air! Alright, next person who tries anything gets a bullet to the head.
- Angie, come in.
- Yeah.
One of the hostages, a guy named Mark, tried to make a run for it.
He got tazed.
Yeah, I just saw him.
I think they're taking him downstairs.
Fearless leader's getting antsy.
I don't think he's gonna make it till midnight.
Maz just told me SWAT's locked down the neighbourhood.
OK.
I need to talk to the CEO, Patricia.
I'll check in later.
I don't know who you are, but I don't have any sales reps in Sudbury.
My name is Matt Shade.
I'm a private investigator.
My partner's in the building too.
We're here to help.
- How do I know I can trust you? - You don't.
But we've notified the police.
SWAT team is outside.
Gotta take a leak.
How do you know about the Robo-Slow? That's a top secret project.
- Charmaine told me.
- Of course she did.
We've tried to keep it under wraps, but in a company this size, there are bound to be leaks.
- Is it patented? - No, not yet.
So if someone were to steal it and beat you to market Not so easy.
They'd have to have manufacturing plants and distribution channels already in place.
Right.
Anyone come to mind? Our main competitor.
A housewares company called Best Times.
But I can't believe they'd do something like this.
You'd be surprised.
(WHIRRING) Hey.
Ah! Son of a bitch! And then there were two.
Way to go.
Thomas Redfield.
(CELL PHONE RINGING) Angie, gimme some good news.
I just took down one of the gunmen.
His name's Thomas Redfield.
Who are you talking to? Angie took out one of the hostage takers.
Alright, well, put her on speaker.
Listen, I'm sending you a picture of his driver's license right now.
We think they're after a new GreatLife prototype.
Alright, we'll look into it, but in the meantime, I need you to stand down.
- But I can help.
- I'm ordering you to find a safe room, secure yourself until help arrives.
We will be in touch if we need you.
Detective Mazhari, - do not engage with Everett again.
- Yes, ma'am.
I mean no, ma'am.
Officer Powers, come with me.
(CELL PHONE RINGING) I'm not supposed to be talking to you.
Just listen, then.
Can you look into the Robo-Slow angle, please? Somebody's financing this operation.
Maybe GreatLife's competition is playing dirty.
We are not having this conversation, you got it? Fine.
I also didn't ask you to copy Zoe on the police report on Redfield.
Oy vey.
Empty? Well, now it's a party.
Psst! I saw you talking to Charmaine earlier.
Did she mention me? No.
Why? No reason.
- Are you sure we haven't met before? - No.
- Last year's conference in Petawawa? - Uh-uh.
- Team building laser tag? - Mm-mm.
- Corporate karaoke retreat? - I think I would remember that.
Hey, how's the pain? Well, seeing as how we may not make it out of here alive It's nothing.
I'm fine.
So you're faking it? I've been promising Mom a cruise for years.
I finally save the money and Mr.
Bickles needs emergency surgery.
Mr.
Bickles? My oldest cat.
Urinary obstruction.
So you needed some quick cash.
Mom gets her cruise, Mr.
Bickles gets to pee.
It's what I call a win-win, my friend.
Shade, I've got Zoe on the line.
Maz called.
The search on Thomas Redfield came back clean.
- No priors, not even a parking ticket.
- There's something else.
He didn't have any bullets in his gun.
What do you think the chances are the other guys don't either? Don't even think about it.
Why would a guy like Redfield be involved in something like this? I don't know.
Maz said he works for a recycling company.
I called the dispatcher and they said he's on shift.
- Recycling? Do you mean Apex Recycling? - Yeah, how'd you know? Because earlier, I saw one of their dumpsters parked in the loading bay.
How many are on his crew tonight? Um him plus two.
- That's three guys.
- And three gunmen.
- What're you thinking? - Why would you need three gunmen to steal a souped-up slow cooker? Something's hinky.
I gotta talk to Patricia again.
OK.
I'm gonna find the hostage they tazed, see if he's OK.
- Ma'am? You should see this.
- What is it? I ran a check on the members of the recycling crew like you asked.
Two of them, Thomas Redfield and Steven MacGruder, came back clean.
- OK.
And the third one? - Yeah, not so much.
Darryl Fenwick.
Convicted of multiple instances of violent assault, including unlawful possession of a firearm and armed robbery.
Well, I guess we know who's in charge up there.
Where's Detective Mazhari? I don't know.
Um, well, I think I saw him on his phone earlier.
- Oh, his mother again? - Maybe.
Um I hear she gets lonely.
OK, you know what? We need to establish a line of communication here, find out what these guys are really after.
OK, HQ says that the hostage negotiator is on his way, so it'll be about 15 minutes Right, well, we can't wait that long.
Relax, Powers.
I did hostage negotiation for ten years before coming here.
Quiet back there! Roll record, please.
(PHONE RINGING) Who's calling here? Hello? Yes, this is Inspector Mathilda Carson of the Metropolitan Police.
Who am I speaking to? Where are you? Outside the building, sir.
And we are ready to get you anything you need to bring this to a safe conclusion.
No, no, no.
You stay the hell away, OK? 'Cause I see any cops, or this phone rings again, I'm gonna start killing hostages.
He hung up.
These guys are serious.
Prep the SWAT team.
The cops? What the hell? Hey, Tommy's not back from the john.
OK.
You keep an eye on these morons.
I'll be back.
Looks like the cops just called.
Leader's on the move.
I still haven't located the other hostage.
Oh! What do you mean, the cops are outside? I don't know! I got a call from the negotiator.
Oh my god.
Where's Tommy? I can't find him.
You're on your own.
- Are you kidding me? - No, I'm not kidding you! This is not my fault, alright? This was your idea.
It was such a simple plan.
How the hell could you mess it up? Wait, you recognised him? Yeah, I'm sure it's the guy I saw earlier in the elevator, except this time he looks less like a hostage and more like a criminal mastermind.
So this is all a scam.
It's an inside job.
- But what's he after? - Not the prototype.
I found them in the basement.
Plus, he would know about the lock on the R&D lab.
The hostages, the R&D lab distraction maybe he's playing us for time.
- To do what? - How did the cops know we're here? - On this floor? In this office? - I don't know.
Alright.
Someone in here has been talking to the cops.
It's not me.
I can personally vouch for this gentle flower of a woman.
You all need to hear this: no one is coming to rescue you.
We're sticking to the plan.
And until I find out who the traitor is, you're all skating on thin ice.
Skating.
Now I know where I've seen you - (GRUNTING) - Oh! Hey, what the hell's going on? Uh, Wallace here was gonna make a run for it, and after what happened to Mark, I didn't want to let that happen.
You're not gonna make that same mistake again, are you, Wallace? No, sir.
(CELL PHONE BUZZING) Hey, Maz.
Alright, Angie, I just talked to the CEO of GreatLife's competition.
They're already manufacturing their own A.
I.
microwave and they have zero interest in the Robo-Slow, so That's as far as I got with - that.
- Is that Angie? Maybe.
We think the leader's name is Darryl Fenwick.
He's got priors, including armed robbery.
And that guy you took out, Redfield? You'll never guess who his cousin is.
One of the hostages.
He works for GreatLife.
Oh.
You already knew that.
I just found out.
His name's Mark Bates, he's head of accounting.
Wait a second.
If this isn't about a slow cooker, then what are they after? I don't know, but I think it has something to do with that recycling bin.
I'm going to go stake out the loading dock.
OK, but Inspector Carson is sending SWAT in through the parking garage.
I don't like the sound of that.
Can't you stall them? - So you're the Shadow! - Shh! I'm also a P.
I.
I'm sorry I had to hit you, Wallace, but I can't let these guys find out who I really am.
Yeah, yeah, I'm hip.
But I think you bruised a rib, Shadow.
Shh! Don't call me that.
Oh, right.
Sorry.
My bad.
So, a P.
I.
? Why are you really here? So I'm busted.
Yeah, you are, but right now you're the least of my worries.
Hey, Shade.
Fresh Intel on the leader.
He's got a record.
Robbery and assault.
Can't it ever be good news, Everett? Uh, SWAT's been ordered to surround the building? That dumpster's still down here in the loading dock, but now the lid's open.
(GASPING) I'll get back to you.
- I can't believe Mark's behind this.
- What would be so big that he would need a dumpster to get it out of here? Expensive art? High grade computers? No, there's really nothing.
Unless - Smart watches? - They're gifts for the staff.
We've had a banner year.
I was gonna make an announcement tomorrow, but nobody really knows about them except me.
Mark's chief accountant.
He must've found out.
Where are the watches now? In the basement lockup.
But if anybody tries to break in, it would set off the alarm.
I'm the only one with a key card Oh, wait that guy kept it to get back into the lab.
At least that's what he wants us to believe.
How many watches are we talking about? One for every employee nationwide.
Roughly 2,200.
- And each watch is worth? - A little over $1,000.
Partner, you'll never believe what I just found.
About two million dollars in smart watches? You're no fun at all.
Hey, you guys are spending an awful lot of time together.
Us? No, not really.
Not really? Well, it's time to break it up.
Hey Who the hell are you? Don't suppose you're a hockey fan? Oh Matt Shade.
What have we got here? Oh! Everett and Shade, Private Investigations.
I prefer Shade and Everett, but what's in a name? So you're the one who brought the cops.
No, they drove themselves.
That's funny.
OK, smartass, where's your partner? Who knows? Hey, uh, Everett? - Who's this? - This is your worst nightmare.
So why don't you get up to the boardroom before I put a bullet in your partner's head? (RADIO TRANSMISSIONS) (BEEPING) Clear.
Let's go.
- Walk.
- Whoa, take it easy.
Oh, well! - What the hell took you so long? - Slow elevator.
Yeah, sure.
OK, where's my other guy? I don't know.
It's so hard to get good help these days.
Yep, she's your partner alright.
Alright, let's go.
Move it, both of you.
- Who was that? - Must be his partner.
He's a private investigator.
I'm part of his cover.
- Helping him with the case.
- You are? That's very brave of you.
Go, go, go.
Look, you know the police are outside.
Why don't you guys just give yourselves up? - That way nobody gets hurt.
- OK, yeah.
Thank you for the career advice.
- What are you doing!? - They know.
What? How? - Who's she? - His partner.
They're P.
I.
s.
Oh my God This is turning into one of those days, isn't it, Mark? I'm sure at some point this seemed like a genius idea.
After a few beers, you and your cousin convince his co-workers to stage a fake hostage scenario.
Which gives your guys time to transfer the watches to the dumpster.
A few hours later, you free the hostages assuming you have an emergency escape plan.
Then later, the recycling truck comes by and picks up its usual load.
Poor Mark, the victim of crazed gunmen, returns to work tomorrow, a tragic hero.
Nobody the wiser.
Crap! They do know everything.
And now the cops we're surrounded! I knew bringing guns into this - was a big mistake.
- Mine's the only one with bullets.
You think I'd give your idiot cousin and his buddy loaded guns? Everything's gonna be fine.
After we take care of a couple of loose ends.
No, no, no, please it was never supposed to come to this.
We've come too far to back down.
I'm running the show now.
You get that dumpster loaded.
I'm gonna take care of everything else.
Walk.
Get going.
You seem pretty calm for someone surrounded by police.
There's an old subway tunnel underneath this building.
We broke the maintenance access.
So as soon as those watches are loaded, - we're history.
- What about the dumpster? You're the only ones who know about it.
Actually, that's not true.
What about your buddy Tommy? He might spill the beans on your whole plan to protect himself.
OK, OK, OK, OK.
Where is he? We'll tell you if you let us go.
I got another idea.
I start shooting out kneecaps until you tell me.
OK.
Fine.
I'll take you to him.
Good, good.
That wasn't that hard, now, was it? Let's go.
Keep walking.
Go.
(MUFFLED GRUNTING) Team, halt.
He's in there.
- You first.
- What's the matter, you don't trust me? - (CHUCKLING) - No.
Uh I can't find the light switch.
- (SIGHING) - Wow.
(CRACKLING) I've been wanting to do that all night.
What the hell did you rig up over there, Everett? Well, you remember my toaster- slash-hair-dryer disaster? Got me wondering what would happen if I daisy-chained up twenty of those GreatLife's Lightning Prep Veggie-Dicers.
- Hm! Very impressive.
- Yippee-ki-yay.
Drop the weapon! I got some bad news.
A friend of mine told me your clip's empty, - and that gun's got bullets.
- OK.
OK.
Gun on the ground.
Get on your knees.
Hands behind your back.
Let's go.
How you doing? There's an island in my mind, she said We could go, we could go, we could get it there There's a city in the wild instead We can make, we can make, we can make it, yeah - You two - These two, huh? You are just lucky that no one was seriously hurt.
It wasn't luck, Ma'am.
It was thanks to critical information Detective Mazhari was able to glean from our sources on the inside.
That's true.
Once I told Maz the last gunman had no bullets He was able to successfully defuse the situation.
Right.
Well, I know spin when I hear it.
Your full report on my desk before sunrise.
Yours, too.
- Yes, Ma'am.
- Yes, Ma'am.
So, the whole neck brace thing? Yeah, that was a scam.
But this isn't.
Bruised ribs on company property.
- (LAUGHING) - Yeah, sorry about that.
Now I can say I went toe-to-toe with Matt Shade.
Oof! Besides, I think the bandage looks sexy.
Really? (LAUGHING) Do you like cats? They seem like a happy couple.
- You know who's not gonna be happy? - The insurance company, when they have to pay out that new claim.
But we did good tonight, Everett.
I think we deserve a reward.
You thinking what I think you're thinking? I'm thinking about a double bacon meat bomb with fries.
Get out of my head! You know, I'm now even kicking for a peanut butter banana milk shake.
That's partner ever.