S.W.A.T. (2017) s03e06 Episode Script


Previously on "S.
T" Aren't you worried it could get a little messy with your dad? Maybe if I was 16 and it was still any of his business.
So you-you want me to find out? Are you still off the dating apps? Oh, I'm done with the hustle.
I'm just gonna let life come to me from now on.
Now, imagine these culinary treats could come to you wherever you are Like a delivery service.
No, better.
Food truck.
This could be, like, a team investment, man.
Do you remember the day your father left us? And you went running down the street after him, crying.
The X-rays we did on your lungs show an abnormal mass right here.
So lung cancer.
I want to do a biopsy immediately.
I ain't doing no operation.
If you don't want to get that biopsy, it's your life.
Don't let it be because you think you deserve this cancer, 'cause, Pop, you don't.
I got a daughter who I miss every day, and she won't even speak to me.
I just don't feel like fighting anymore.
I get Winnie to sit down with you after 30 years, then you get that biopsy.
Is that a deal? Give me all your money! Oh! Hondo.
You scared the living daylights out of me.
What are you doing in Vegas? You got a work thing here? I can't just come visit my big sister? Well, sure you can.
You gonna stand there, or you gonna give me a hug? Oh, whoa, whoa, how about we wait till you take a shower? - How about no? No.
Come here.
- I'm just Oh, come on.
Ooh, ooh, okay.
Okay, that's enough, that's enough.
Now, girl, you know better.
You can't be out here jogging in earbuds.
Somebody could come up behind you.
What if I was really a mugger? Then I would've whupped your ass.
You mean drown me in your sweat maybe.
It's Vegas.
It's the desert.
And this body is not gonna stay in shape by itself anymore.
Yeah, I see.
Why didn't you let me know you were coming? I would've got the spare room ready.
I left you a couple of messages.
You never hit me back.
You know, between my my work schedule at the casino and your saving the world, I didn't know when we'd both be awake to talk.
You're not here to lose money on blackjack or for brother/sister hang time, are you? Wish I was.
Look, if this is about Dad, I don't want to hear it.
Winnie, it is about Dad.
He really needs to see you.
He's about to have surgery, Winnie.
For what? Cancer.
Now, they still got to do a biopsy to see how bad it is, but Pops has cancer.
Well, I'm sorry to hear that.
I am, but but he's got another daughter.
With a different mother, who he poured all his love into.
She can do the hand holding now.
He's got regrets.
Enough regrets that he doesn't think he deserves to beat this thing.
Well, maybe he doesn't.
Come on, Winnie, just hear me out.
Look, the man is stubborn.
We know where you got it from, at least.
Look, I'm not here to cause you any grief.
And you ain't got no obligations.
But he's scared.
He's really scared.
He only agreed to the biopsy if I was able to bring the family back together.
See, that's not fair, Hondo.
You and I made a pact, remember? When he abandoned us.
Yes, abandoned us and Mom to start some new family.
You and I swore we were never gonna talk to him again.
That was a long time ago.
We were kids.
Well, I kept my promise for 30 years.
Why should I break it now? Because this might be your only chance to get all this off your chest to him.
And because I'm not asking you to forgive him, just see him.
And because I am here asking you to.
I got to go to work tomorrow.
The casino would shut down if you called in sick for just a couple of days? Come and get it! Who said there's no such thing as a free lunch? Make the most of it.
Pretty soon, you're gonna have to pay full freight for it.
Where are you two headed looking so fly? Protective detail on the governor.
Routine stuff.
She's moderating a human rights conference.
I actually want to see a couple of the speakers, - especially Amina Abadi.
- Hey, we still got investment opportunities in the food truck, if you're interested.
Yeah? How much? Five grand a share.
It's a total steal, man.
- Five thousand? - Yeah.
You could book a surfing trip to Hawaii for that.
Taste this and you'll be happy going camping in your backyard, man.
Yo, I thought we had enough investors.
No offense, Rocker.
Yeah, didn't we all put in together, like, 30 grand? Yeah, I figure with five grand more, we can get those top-of-the-line broilers to go with that oven that Tan kicked in.
Increase our profits by, like, 15%.
Okay, and did you run this by everyone who owns a stake? I thought you trusted me.
Come on, this is gonna be awesome.
I just bought the vehicle.
A little outfitting, and we are gonna take the L.
food truck scene by storm, man.
You ever, uh, done an escape room? Uh, in real life, sure, couple times.
Never recreationally.
A new one just opened up in Venice.
A few friends and I are going later.
Could use an extra player.
And, uh, no SWAT skills necessary, just your brain.
Oh, so we don't use our brains on SWAT? No, that's not what I meant.
You want to come? - Tonight? - Yeah.
Uh, yeah.
- Okay, I'll text you the address.
- Okay.
- See you there.
- Yeah.
Hey, what's happening with Molly? Oh, we're meeting up later.
- We're gonna do this escape room thing.
- Oh, like a date? No, no, her friends are gonna be there.
You sure the boss's daughter doesn't think it's a date? You better find out quick, playa.
All right, we got to go.
Come on.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, those are for potential investors.
Hey, minimum five grand investment, okay? Gonna see profits in, like, six months.
What, do they think this is a salvage yard or something? Hey, that's our baby! I'm thinking of naming her Wilhelmena.
Luca, is this the food truck we invested in? Look, I said she'd need a little outfitting, but I got her for a steal at the police auction.
You paid real money for this? Why'd the cops impound it? Oh, let's just say that they were selling more than soft serve out of here.
What, selling weed? Coke? Meth.
Were they cooking meth in here? Look, that's all in the past.
All right? A little cleanup, and Wilhelmena is gonna be the best thing to happen to our profit margins, trust me.
No cook here.
Oh, no, not right now, but wait till I get it cleaned up.
Hey, where you going, man? I thought you were gonna invest.
Nice try.
Rocker! All right.
Man, you're missing out.
I'm so honored to be here to share my story.
A year ago, men came to my home in the middle of the night and took me away.
I was imprisoned for five months, with no access to my family or a lawyer.
I was beaten, flogged, sexually abused, held in solitary confinement.
- Oh, my God.
- What was my crime? Along with five friends, I had dared to protest the human rights abuses in my country, as well as the lack of equal rights for women.
I've been following her story.
She escaped from prison by dressing as a guard.
Eventually crossed the border and applied for asylum.
Brave woman.
I'm here today to speak on behalf of my friends, who are still in prison back home, and to ask you to join me in calling for their release, as well as an end to the torture of innocent people whose only crime is seeking equality, justice and freedom.
Keep up the good work! - That was a great speech.
- Thank you.
Still getting used to speaking in public.
And, honestly, I don't know what good it will do.
They'll listen.
They have to.
I love my country.
The West has the wrong idea of it.
Many of the people are kind and generous.
It's only a small minority who are closed-minded and prejudiced.
But many of them are in power and do not listen to women.
Route's clear.
Let's go.
delighted to be here today, lending our voice and our support to the vital work of human rights campaigners, both internationally and locally, who continue the fight for equality.
Got movement.
Your two.
Black cap.
Looks like he might be armed.
Stay with the governor.
All perimeter units, male, 30s, wearing a black cap with a possible weapon.
the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together with equal opportunities.
For many people in the world today Move on him slowly.
Let's not cause a panic.
But we hope that by continuing He's reaching for something.
Gun! Governor, come with us! Move, move! Let's go! Let's go! Stairs, stairs, stairs! Move, move, move, move! Go, go, go! This way.
Follow me.
Principal in the safe room.
24-David, what's your status? We lost him.
Keep the governor in a safe room until we secure the perimeter.
Additional units are en route.
Roger that.
Go, go, go, go.
Amina! - You hit? - Yeah, I got my vest on.
I'm okay.
LAPD! 24-David, two suspects.
Armed and dangerous.
They kidnapped Amina Abadi.
They're headed south in a black SUV.
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Chang, 2298.
Chang, 2298.
Hey, Pop.
Look who's here.
Look at you.
How you doing? As well as to be expected.
I'm about to be sawed in two.
It's a basic procedure, Pop.
Hondo said it's a biopsy.
They're taking a piece of my lung.
I'm so glad you're here.
Thank you.
We're here to help you get through this, Pop.
You know, just thinking about that you might come here today got me reminiscing.
Do y'all remember when I used to take you both out to dinner every Friday night? We always used to go to Pup 'N' Taco.
Those green chili burritos.
Yeah, we were never allowed to get the cherry slush, though.
"Y'all ain't gonna go spilling in my back seat, you hear me?" That's 'cause it was good vinyl.
And those were good times.
Good times.
Shame you had ruin it by leaving us to start another family.
- Winnie.
- No, no, it's all right.
Let her go and say what she want to say.
That's why you're here, ain't it? Thinks I'm on my death bed, so time for last shots.
That's not why she's here, Pop.
Then why, then, son? Because he made me come.
Well, ain't nobody making you stay.
You did your good deed.
- No, no.
Winnie, Winnie, Winnie.
- Stop, Hondo.
Just, please.
Pop, isn't there something you've been wanting to say to Winnie? I'm sorry for hurting you back then like that.
And hurting our mother.
And hurting your mother.
You've apologized.
I guess we can get back to our lives now.
What the hell you want from me, huh? I'm just Dad? - Pop.
Pop, Pop.
- Dad, are you okay? - Hey! - Pop, are you all right? Pop? - I didn't know you'd be here.
- Well, I was just leaving.
Winnie, come on.
She's stubborn, just like your mother! You okay? - I'm all right, baby.
- Yeah? Winnie, where are you going? Come on, now.
Look, Hondo, I tried.
All right? It's not gonna work.
Now, I love you.
I know this is important to you, But he threw us away.
And you might have made peace with that, but I-I can't.
Governor's pressing us hard to find Amina.
FBI's running an investigation.
They know we'll be working the case, too.
This is on me.
Your job was to keep the governor safe, and you did that.
I know, but after everything she's already been through, - I let them get her.
- She had her own security detail, Chris.
We got to find her.
Okay, Commander Hicks is in Chicago leading a tactics seminar, so we're on our own on this one.
What do we know so far? Victim is Amina Abadi, age 24.
Been agitating for the release of her friends in prison back home.
The media have dubbed them the Freedom Five.
It's got to be her government, trying to shut her up.
I've got access to the NSA surveillance feed of their consulate and all their suspected safe houses.
How'd you get that? Well, we all have our sources, don't we? So far, no sign of Amina.
- Are there any other suspects? - Anyone pissed off she's talking about women's rights.
We don't know who kidnapped her yet.
Until we get more intel, we drill down on every possibility.
Amina's bodyguard's been brought in.
Hopefully, he saw something besides the bullet that hit him.
Amina's aunt and uncle are also on their way in.
They live in L.
Thought maybe they have ties to their community here.
Let's go talk to the bodyguard.
I'm Sergeant Harrelson.
- You know Officer Alonso.
- Yeah.
How you doing? Well, Kevlar saved me.
I only got the wind knocked out of me.
Have you found Amina? - Not yet.
- I begged her to go into hiding until things cooled down.
She insisted on giving that speech first.
- She's been receiving threats? - Dozens.
Phone calls late at night, memes posted online that are just disgusting.
Some troll said that if she didn't shut up, she was gonna get her throat cut, acid thrown on her, that her family would be harmed.
You know who's behind the threats? All anonymous.
I tried tracing them but couldn't get anywhere.
- We'll need to see those files.
- Sure.
Do you think it's her government targeting her? The guys that took her looked military to me.
I mean, they knew what they were doing.
And the guns they were using, LWRC, ultra compact - Same guns their military use.
- You must have been pretty close to be able to I.
their weapons.
- Point-blank.
Hurt like hell.
- We're gonna need ballistics to take a look at this.
- Be my guest.
- The aunt and uncle are here.
We warned our niece that this could happen.
We were afraid for her, but she would not listen.
We know Amina had enemies, got a lot of threats.
She upset many people.
Including the royal family? Aren't they at the top of the list? Things are changing back home, but it wasn't fast enough for Amina.
It is still a very traditional country, and Amina is not traditional.
She rejected the culture and the religion.
Many people did not take kindly to her words.
We can use your help finding her.
Do you have any connections back home who might Home? This is home.
We are American citizens.
My wife and I have been living here for 26 years.
We raised our family here.
We have few contact with the kingdom anymore.
How about connections here in L.
within your community? People talk.
People are afraid.
They don't want trouble.
Including you? Trouble has already found our family.
The longer Amina's gone You know how it works, Chris.
We keep scouring the ground, we'll eventually find a footprint.
They discover who was behind the online threats? No.
But I got something better.
Preliminary ballistics says that the bullet that hit the bodyguard's vest was tampered with.
It barely mushroomed.
They think that half the grain was emptied before it was fired, but they're still running tests.
I knew there was something funky about the impact on that vest.
That caliber round shot point-blank should have cratered it, but it barely made a scratch.
So the kidnappers were firing nonlethal rounds? No, they were lethal.
The bullets fired at the conference were all normal 6.
Every single one of them should have been deadly, but they were all fired above head height.
They weren't aiming to kill anyone.
And the one that did hit was tampered with.
And it hit the bodyguard center mass like he stood still with a bull's-eye on his chest.
They were putting on a show.
So he was in on the kidnapping? Lynch is looking into him now.
Hey, uh, think I should cancel on Molly tonight? What do you mean, your date? It's not a date.
Come on, dude.
This is Dominique Luca you're talking to here.
You telling me you're not interested? Give me the real, bro.
Look, she's smart, she's gorgeous, she's a really great person, but dating Commander Hicks' daughter? I've had some pretty big screwups here, but that would be Look, look, look, it's not the dating part you need to worry about, lover boy.
It's the breaking up part.
My cousin Amy dated a cop once.
Right? Regular patrol officer.
When the guy broke her heart, my dad made sure that he never made detective.
I'm just saying.
Whoa! Check out Wilhelmena! Holy crap.
That's what I call a makeover.
If this doesn't make Xiomara happy, I don't know what will.
The cleaners found this under the front seat.
Also said it took them a while to get the stains - out of the countertops.
- What do you mean? Rust stains? Blood.
You know someone got murdered in there? - For real? - What? Yeah.
Same crew cleaned up the crime scene.
- Someone murder? - Uh, no.
Murder truck? Look, you'd never know.
I mean, they did a great job cleaning it up.
It's spotless.
- Madre de Dios.
- Oh, come on.
- No, no, no, no.
Give it a chance.
- New truck.
I-I sunk almost all our money into this thing.
New truck or new cook.
Come on.
What do you got? Bodyguard's name is Zack Willert.
Ex-Army Ranger.
Been working close protection since 2009 and spent the last decade protecting this guy, Christopher Wardlow.
- Should I know him? - He's a property tycoon.
Fingers in a load of construction downtown.
He's behind that new office building near Skid Row that looks like an arthritic pickle.
- And according to my sources - What, the secret ones? No, the Internet Wardlow is a major shareholder in a luxury hotel project in Amina's homeland that's currently stalled.
Wardlow's trying to grease palms with the royal family by offering Amina in the place of cash? - That'd be pretty evil.
- Yeah, but it could be a way to get his hotel project back on track.
What are we waiting for? Where's this guy Wardlow live? The SUV in the drive matches the one Chris saw driving away from the scene of the kidnapping.
You are good to enter.
Secure the perimeter.
Watch the cross fire.
Access to the NSA's surveillance feed on the consulate, how'd you get that? Someone I met while hiking Machu Picchu.
It's amazing who I come into contact with when I get out in the world.
Okay, drone footage shows something in the pool.
Body, male.
Looks to be shot in the back.
- Is it Wardlow? - No, I think it's a security guard.
- Someone got there before us.
- Watch your backs.
Approaching the one-side entry point.
I got visual on two more bodies.
Look like more guards.
Ready for entry.
Breach on my mark.
Three, two, one.
There's a blood trail.
Gun! Bathroom clear! All clear! 30-David to Command.
Two suspects down.
We found Wardlow.
He's been tortured.
He's not looking good.
We took down one suspect.
The rest of the house is clear.
30-David, we're Code 4.
Okay to bring paramedics in.
- No I.
- Where is she? - Where's Amina? - Not here.
You took her, though.
It was your men who kidnapped her earlier today.
Wasn't a kidnapping.
It was staged.
It was a hoax.
What? Why? Amina was in danger.
We thought a fake kidnapping would throw a spotlight on her friends in jail.
So she could get away.
Amina was in on it? I came up with the plan.
What exactly was your plan? Fly her to safety.
Get her into hiding.
I was supposed to meet her and her boyfriend.
- Where? - Garden Avenue Airfield.
Like, an hour ago.
Did you tell the shooters where you were gonna meet them? I'm sorry.
All units, armed suspects en route to Garden Avenue Airfield.
Wardlow should be here by now.
Something must have happened.
We need to go.
Five more minutes.
(siren wai They got a 20-minute head start.
Almost there.
Every available unit in the area's en route to the airfield, plus a bird.
- We figured out who these guys are yet? - No.
How'd the bad guys know Wardlow was helping Amina? I'm guessing they bugged her phone and her e-mails.
Whoever these guys are, they're not playing.
We're here! Unis checked the whole place.
We're too late.
Wardlow's in surgery.
They broke his jaw pulling teeth.
He managed to give us some intel, though, before they put him under.
It turns out he's business partners with the father of one of the Freedom Five.
That's why he's been helping Amina.
Well, I pulled everything I could on Amina's boyfriend.
Name's Kareem Kashani, human rights director at a nonprofit in D.
They've been dating six months.
He flew into LAX this morning.
Is there any reason to think he'd betray her? Well, his credit card statement shows he just spent four months' salary on a two-carat diamond ring from Tiffany's, so I'm thinking not.
I think he was planning to escape with her.
Think I got something.
Kareem, or someone using his credit card, rented a car close to the airfield about 20 minutes ago.
Okay, they'll have a tracker in that car.
Already running a trace on it.
Got a fix.
This is 20-David to all available units.
Respond to the area of Echo Park for a kidnapping vehicle.
50-David, approaching vehicle, can't see inside.
Be alert.
We don't know who's in that car.
Just Kareem.
No one else.
Where the hell's Amina? So, that's Amina's boyfriend? Yeah.
Heard he's refusing to speak.
- Why? - Well, he probably thinks he's protecting her by keeping quiet.
So he rented the car to create a diversion, thinking the bad guys would follow him, allowing Amina the chance to escape.
- That's either really romantic - Or really stupid.
Someone needs to remind this guy we're trying to help - keep his girlfriend alive.
- Yeah.
Now, wait a second.
- I know you admire her.
- Yeah, I've been reading about her ever since she first came to the U.
Me, too.
What? You got to go through the news section to get to the sports section, right? I read.
I told her the world would hear her.
But what if it doesn't? What if it's all for nothing? She stood up for her friends, for girls and women everywhere, and this might cost her everything.
You should talk to the boyfriend, tell him what you just told me.
If anyone can convince him that we're on their side, it's you.
Just heard from Hicks.
He wants you to do an inventory of the armory.
He called from Chicago to assign me inventory duty? Yeah.
Wants it done by tonight.
Hey, you think Hicks found out about you and Molly hitting the town? I'm telling you, nothing gets past that man.
He's got me counting bullets.
If that's not a warning, I'd hate to see what is.
I'm Chris.
Can I get you anything? I was there this morning when Amina gave her speech.
We chatted after.
She's an incredible woman.
I guess you don't need me telling you that.
I know you love her, and you think you're protecting her, but she's in very real danger right now.
You need to tell me where she is.
I promised her I wouldn't betray her to anyone, ever.
Even one person knowing is one too many.
It's all it takes to get her killed.
Wardlow's in the hospital, you know that? They tortured him until he gave up your location.
But we left before they arrived.
Amina got away.
I made sure of it.
We had a plan.
I know that Amina escaped from prison back home.
I know that she's brave.
I know that you want to believe that she's managing on her own out there, but I'm telling you, these people either already have her, or they're minutes away from it.
So, if you ever want to see her again and give her that engagement ring that you bought her, you need to talk to me.
The Greyhound station.
That's where she's heading.
Thank you.
It's too late.
This video was just released online and to the news stations.
It is with sincerest regrets that I make my apology to the American people, as well as to my own countrymen.
The kidnapping this morning was a hoax.
As you can see, I am safe and well.
I made up false claims and staged my own kidnapping in order to make it look like I was in danger, that my homeland was responsible for the crimes, when in fact, it was myself who was guilty.
This is coerced.
I have been charged with treason against my country, a charge that I accept.
I am now returning home where I will accept my punishment.
Treason? That's a death sentence.
I have been charged with treason against my country.
A charge that I accept.
I am now returning home where I will accept my punishment.
There's no way she recorded this of her own free will.
We're trying to track down nationals from Amina's home country who are in the L.
area and loyal to the government, but it's a slow process.
What else can we do? Hold up.
- Those are prayer beads, right? - Yeah.
The aunt had some identical to them when she came in.
Amina's aunt? She was here? Yes, and her uncle.
Why? Amina doesn't talk to her uncle or aunt anymore.
They had a falling out.
- About what? - She thought, because they lived in America for so long, that they would understand her views and support her protest against the government.
But they didn't.
They tried to convince her to return home, pressured her, even threatened her.
She didn't tell the police? Just me.
What you need to understand about her culture is that faith and family honor are everything.
Amina speaking out about the government and criticizing them brought her extended family great shame.
They lost face.
And the only way to regain face is by delivering Amina back home for the leaders to punish her.
So the men who took Amina were getting paid by her uncle.
Probably mercenaries.
This isn't connected to their government at all.
We need to get to her uncle's house now.
Her uncle has homes all over.
Bel Air, Palm Springs, New York.
Even a yacht.
The airports have her flagged.
The yacht.
That's how they're planning on getting her out.
You just sail into international waters.
Just talked to the marina.
Amina's uncle's trying to have his boat refueled.
Chris was right.
They're trying to get her out by sea.
Looks like they're on the move.
Hondo, you get all that? Roger that.
We're almost there.
Can the harbormaster stop the launch? Hey, Luca, ask the harbormaster if he can slow things down.
Tell the unis to stand down - until we get there, too.
- Yep.
Risk to the public's way too high.
- These guys are trigger-happy.
- What about the Coast Guard? They're on alert.
Will stop the boat if it hits open water.
Question is, what do they do to Amina when they see they're surrounded? - Two minutes out! - Okay.
Stay liquid, and let's bring Amina back alive.
Just need a quick signature.
Where you headed? LAPD.
Show me your hands.
On your knees.
- Get out of here.
- On your stomach.
Get out of here.
On the ground now.
Get down.
Don't move.
We'll search the boat for Amina.
Stevens, cover.
Deacon, Chris, you're with me.
On your feet.
On your feet.
Let me see your hands.
Turn around.
Hands behind your back.
Found the aunt.
No sign of Amina.
LAPD! Show me your hands.
Hands behind your back.
Where is she? - What? - Where's the girl? - What girl? - Don't play dumb.
Where is she? We ain't got time for games.
Tell us where Amina is right now.
I don't know anything about a girl.
They pay my wage, I don't ask questions.
What were your instructions? Head out 12 nautical miles, drop anchor and wait.
They said another boat was gonna meet up with us.
12 miles, international waters.
They must be taking Amina by speedboat from another launch point.
Somewhere quieter, more private.
It's easier than bringing her on board a yacht in the middle of the marina.
There's too many people here, and she could make a scene.
Is there a private launch or dock somewhere nearby? The boatyard next door.
- A few private slips.
- Luca, you get that? Yeah, looking.
Coast Guard had to respond to a fishing boat taking on water.
They can't get there.
We don't get to them now, we've lost her for good.
on the boat yard now, Spotted possible target vehicle.
Keep them back! And you, move! Malik's gonna get away with Amina! - Jim, cover! - Street! Tan! Take it, Chris! I'm gonna try to flank 'em.
Once I get 'em to return fire, make your move.
Go get Amina back! Stevens! - Let's do this.
- Cover.
It's clear.
This guy was hit pretty bad.
Couldn't have gone too far.
Rabbit in a trap.
Two ways out of this: surrender or bleed out! What's it gonna be? We got our answer.
But we can't let him bleed out.
I told you, move it.
Drop your weapon! - Move! Move! Move! - Drop it! - Stay back! Stay back! - Drop it! - Let her go! - Drop your weapon now! I'll kill her, I swear! Stay back! Let her go.
Go, go.
Hands! Hands now! Let her go.
- On your stomach.
- It's okay.
- It's okay.
It's all right.
- Hands behind your back.
Hey, you okay? It's over.
It's over.
It's okay.
It's over.
Need an R/A at dock 27.
Chris, just spoke to the D.
's office.
They're weighing up the charges against Wardlow for the hoax kidnapping, and they don't think - he'll do any time.
- And what about Amina? Are they charging her? Apparently, there's not enough evidence she was involved in the planning, so no.
And no civilians were hurt.
I think they want to focus on the win.
Amina wanted a spotlight.
She got it.
Her friends have been released from prison? - They're free? - Spotlight got too hot.
The kidnapping got media outlets around the world to highlight all the human rights abuses going on over there.
Government had no choice but to bow to the international pressure.
And the governor herself wanted me to pass along her gratitude, and so did the FBI.
Good work.
- Did you hear about your friends? - Yes.
Kareem just told me.
I guess you made the world hear you.
Where will you go now? To D.
with Kareem.
I'm going to keep speaking up.
And one day, maybe, when things change, I'll return home.
Thank you.
Thought you had plans tonight.
Hicks has me counting bullets.
- Go on.
- What? If you get a move on, you'll still make it.
Seriously? You don't have to do this.
I know.
So stop reminding me.
Thank you.
I owe you.
Hey, this a bad time? I know you're busy.
No, it's all good.
We just got done.
I was just leaving.
Come on.
So, where you been? I tried calling you.
Man, I just needed some air by myself.
I went for a walk around the old neighborhood.
Well, it's been a minute since you've been back.
Hey, you remember that old vinyl store - on the corner of Ashby? - Hmm.
Oh, yeah.
That music booth saw a whole lot of action, and I'm not talking the listening kind, either.
They turned it into a hot yoga studio.
You know, yoga's bad enough; now you got to do it in a sauna? Yeah, the world keeps changing, Winnie.
That's just a way of saying that we are getting older, brother.
So, what's up? You need a ride to the airport? You sure? It's not out of your way? Hospital's on that part of town.
Pop's surgery is in an hour.
How could you forgive him so easy, Hondo? - I'm not.
- You think one little apology - makes up for everything he did to us? - I don't.
Walking out on us, starting a whole new family, not even bothering with his old one? I'm not saying it's enough.
I'm saying it's a step.
He is so scared about this surgery.
He's even more scared that we're never gonna find a way to forgive him.
Well, he's right.
I'm not sure I ever will.
This is about me helping an old man get through a rough time.
Just because he stopped being a father back then, doesn't mean that I got to stop being a son right now.
All right, I-I got a little time before my flight.
That is some miracle you pulled off, Luca.
Hey, it wasn't me.
You can thank the priest I brought in.
Oh, you had an actual priest do an exorcism on the truck? No, not an exorcism.
It was more like a blessing.
Deac gave me the name of this guy.
I got him to sprinkle some holy water and say a few prayers, and now Xiomara's happy.
How much did that cost? Ah, just a small donation, but whatever it takes, man, I've been dreaming of this my whole life.
You've been dreaming of owning a Guatemalan food truck your whole life? No, dawg, I'm talking metaphorically, wiseass.
You know, when I was 16, I worked the counter at this deli making subs one summer.
My dad started coming in with his partner.
Pretty soon, the whole department stopped by for lunch.
I got a reputation for being generous with the cold cuts.
Old man that owned the joint even left me in charge for a week when he went away.
Man, I loved it.
It was just, like, everyone hanging out, shooting the breeze.
Me serving people.
Now I get to do that and be SWAT, so This is cool, man.
Can I still buy in? Sorry, bud, you missed the boat.
- The shares are all sold? - Yeah, Lynch bought the last one.
Hey, is that the revuelta with beans and cheese? Yeah.
What did she put in the sauce? Ah, it's a trade secret.
And that's gonna be $4.
I thought you said they were for free.
No, that was earlier.
Okay, we're running a business, not a charity.
- Pay up.
- Go back there and pay her.
Go on.
- How's he doing? - Okay.
Was talking about making a run for it while you were gone, but I convinced him to stay put.
Best have bought me something to eat.
The food in here is godawful.
Dad, you know, you can't eat anything before surgery.
That's another reason I want out of here.
And when did so many nurses start being men? Least they could do for an old dying fool is give him some eye candy.
Some things never change.
Thank you for coming back.
You know I'm a little scared about all this.
We know.
That's why we're all here for you, Pop.
Hey, thanks again, man.
The whole point of an escape room is to figure out the clues, not pick the lock.
Hey, I got us out of there, didn't I? With three seconds left on the clock.
We would've been stuck there forever.
No food, no water.
You know.
Things would turn ugly fast.
Every man for himself.
Well, someone really likes to win, huh? Uh, is that not the point of playing? Question, though: do you always carry a lock pick wherever you go? - I like to be prepared.
- Mm-hmm.
Well, uh, this is me.
Oh, wow.
It's a nice place.
Yeah, got a roof terrace.
You can see the ocean.
A glimpse at least.
You want to come up and see? Uh I don't know.
- Ooh.
- No-no-no, it's hey.
It's not what you think.
Molly, I like you.
But? No buts.
I just I like you.
A lot.
Okay, so? In the past I've always I've treated things like a hundred-yard dash as opposed to a marathon.
You know? And things have always they've burned out pretty quick.
And I guess what I'm saying kind of badly is, uh I'd like to take our time with this.
How much time? A little longer than that, maybe.
That wasn't really fair.
Good night.