SEAL Team (2017) s03e02 Episode Script

Ignore and Override

1 Previously on "SEAL Team" - How do I find Vadim Tarasov? - Bojinka.
Vadim's bomb maker.
Talk about what's bothering you.
Clay almost died, you almost died.
That's what was bothering me, Ray.
Was or still is? We need Bojinka alive.
He's our last link to Vadim.
Almost caught the last train to glory.
Our little fireworks display set off any alarms? As far as the public knows, it was a gas explosion.
At least the DoD won't be breathing down our necks to close up shop.
Cell phones, laptops, notebooks.
Maybe we'll be able to pick up Vadim's trail.
I'll get into it.
Anything need discussing? Guy was a bomb maker.
Didn't want to go down.
Clacked off his vest.
Boom goes the dynamite.
Flawed execution, flawed result.
Close shave back there.
Anything you need to talk about before you read the team in? Solid.
I'm solid.
Texas fight, Texas fight - And it's good night to A&M - Shut up.
- Sonny, shut up.
- Texas fight Texas fight.
- Okay.
- Damn.
Don't you think it's a little lame rooting for a school you didn't get into? Come on, man.
UT ain't no school.
It's a way of life.
A path that only the great can follow.
A dedication that only the strong can take up.
Lord Jesus, please make him stop.
Come on, boys.
Let's wipe the memory cards clean, grab some beers, watch some football on this beautiful Serbian evening.
It's not exactly football country, Sonny boy.
What are we gonna watch? They got cable here, man.
Could watch soccer instead.
We're gonna pretend you didn't just say that, Brock.
Yeah, but it's gonna be very difficult to forget.
But I'll tell you what, by hell or high water, I'm gonna find me a place to watch Orange and White.
Go, Orange! Go, White! Go, Longhorns, fight, fight, fight! Between jet lag and nonstop door-kicking, Sonny lost track of his days.
Texas played last night, won by three.
Yeah, and nobody better say a damn word, I'll tell you that.
Oh, yes.
Thank you.
Trent, you're on fire right now.
This is a this is a mess-with-Sonny little moment from heaven right here, boys.
Oh, yeah, it is.
- He gone.
- He gone.
So how was it getting back in the saddle? A little anxious at first, but, you know, once the bullets started flying, I found my groove.
Calm in the chaos.
Mm-hmm.
Yes, sir.
That, uh, blast wave got you pretty good there, brother.
Yeah, well, I'm still here, right? Got any, uh, any ringing in your ears, or headaches or anything, just make sure you document it.
It could help you down the road.
I'm fine, man.
Clay's a step slower, things could've turned out different.
Well, you know what, he wasn't.
He wasn't, Ray, right? Live to fight another day.
That's all that matters.
Live to fight another day.
Nothing from the bomb maker's apartment connected directly to him.
He survived this long because he knows how to operate in the shadows.
What's wrong? My first real target package ends in operational failure bothers me.
It wasn't failure.
Serbian intelligence recovered finished bombs off the site, and the man who spent his life making them is dead.
You saved lives.
I also almost lost some.
I feel for you, Lisa.
It's gonna be harder on you than it was on me.
How so? The guys have always seen you as one of them.
I came in as an outsider.
That separation was the only way I could function.
Gonna be hard for you to do the job without building some walls.
- Hey.
- Yo.
Not out clearing your head with the rest of the team? Guess we all handle nearly going through the buzz saw a little differently.
Well, the way the op went down last night, figured I'd share some good news with you.
Paperwork's been filed.
You're on track to make master chief later this year.
I'm making E-9.
Listen, one percent of Navy personnel make it.
You're one of the best and brightest we got, Ray.
Thank you, sir.
Ah.
You don't know how much this means to me and my family, man.
We've been waiting on this a long time.
Well, you'll be under more scrutiny now.
Any missteps from you or Bravo could jeopardize your promotion.
Oh, don't you worry, brother.
I'll keep the boys in line.
Yeah.
There's one issue on the horizon.
What? Most teams don't have two master chiefs.
After everything I've been through with Jason, there's no way I'm leaving his side now.
It's not about you, Ray.
Navy's not too keen on overqualified sailors playing supporting roles.
Am I interrupting? No, I'm just meditating into my beer.
How is it you can track me down? Oh, it doesn't take being in the CIA to know where to find you when you nearly get killed.
I wasn't nearly killed.
If Clay's a half a step late, you're not sitting here.
Well, he wasn't a half step late.
That's why I train 'em so hard.
Like a beer? Yeah.
- Another beer, please.
- Yes, sir.
How can you forget what just happened? You know, Mandy, I can't kick in doors worrying about what's on the other side.
I-I just ignore and override.
Push forward.
Ignore and override.
That's quite the system.
There's only one problem with it.
What's that? You got into the War on Terror on the ground floor.
- You've been doing this a long time.
- So? Well, that's 20 years of trauma to ignore.
What happens when it's too much to override? Guess I'll figure that out when I get there, huh? Cheers.
Guess so.
Master Chief Perry.
Has a pretty nice ring to it, you got to admit.
It's still a long ways to go before it happens, baby, just pump the brakes a little.
Allow me one minute to be proud of my husband.
After all you've sacrificed for this family, honey, it wouldn't be happening without you.
You know what this means, right? You already starting in on a new house? Hey, Ray.
Tell Naima I said hi, will you? J says hi, babe.
Hi, Jason.
Have I told you that today? Hello.
Diaz, you there? Yeah.
I'm here, Jace.
You hearing them yet? Hearing what? Footsteps.
Footsteps what are you talking about? Where are you calling from, Diaz? Fallujah.
What are you doing in Fallujah? That's where I died, Jace.
I should've gotten out when I could.
You all right? Yeah.
Yeah, I'm all right.
Mmm.
That hit the spot, man.
What the hell you call that? - Pljeskavica.
Serbian hamburger.
- Mmm.
That's damn good.
I'll tell you what, man, I love Serbia.
- The country's got a lot going for it.
- Mm-hmm.
The people, the food, the women.
Yep.
Raki-Rakija, you know? - That Serbian moonshine, right? - Yeah.
Another great asset of Serbia is it's landlocked.
Not a single drop of that dark, dangerous ocean - can corrupt its majestic soil.
- Hmm.
You know, maybe if you love it here so much, you should just bring that girlfriend of yours here on vacation, buddy.
I see what you're trying to do there, blond Columbo.
Ain't working.
Quit trying.
Come on, man.
When we were in the Philippines, you were like a little schoolgirl, on the phone with her every ten minutes.
Now that I've been back at Bravo, nothing.
Come on, what happened? Come on, man.
She got a new job and it's tricky.
But, uh, we're adjusting.
That's good.
Hope you guys can make it work.
What's that supposed to mean, huh? You, uh, getting a little lovesick for Stella? I'm just saying, it's good to have a life outside of Bravo.
What are you wagging your jaw about? Look at my dad and Swanny.
All that sacrifice, nothing to show for it.
You want to end up like that? No, man, I didn't become a frogman because I was interested in growing my 401.
I'm just saying, I just I hope, when we get out, we have more to show for ourselves than broken bones, busted heads, and wrecked marriages, you know? Because, all in all, it doesn't leave a whole lot of room for anything else.
Hate to break it to you, but Diaz won't be answering that call.
You know, Ray, I got 40 contacts in this phone.
40 dead brothers.
Yeah.
And I haven't heard you mention one since the day they departed.
What's got you thinking about Diaz? I don't know.
You don't know? I don't know.
He got killed breaching a door, Jace.
Damn near the same way you almost bought it last night.
That blast shake something loose in you, brother? Let's go work out, huh? Right.
Ignore and override.
All right.
What do we got? We linked Vadim to a Lithuanian named Peter Malkin.
He owns a currency exchange company.
Malkin's business is a front.
He uses it to launder money for drug dealers, terrorist organizations, and organized crime.
Mafia? So how are they connected to jihadists? Mafia in parts of Eastern Europe have strong ties to regimes interested in keeping the United States preoccupied with their war on terror.
Enemy of my enemy.
All right.
Do we have a location on Malkin? My people are working on it.
Hey, I'm gonna step outside, wake up a little bit.
Hey.
Brought you some fuel.
Pljeskavica.
Sonny, you can't keep doing this.
What? I-I brought you food before we were, you know Ain't no different now.
It's entirely different.
We are entirely different.
People are gonna see right through it.
Well, what's there to see? I just come to check on you.
You know, you, you seemed a little anxious before we rolled out.
I was fine.
Look at me.
I get it.
Okay? That bomb going off, it it made me really want to see you.
I'm just glad you're okay.
Everybody's okay.
So I got to get back to work.
Just a heads-up, you're gonna spin up again soon, so get your head right.
Yes, ma'am.
Malkin's a money launderer connected to Vadim's organization.
Should have the answers we need.
Hitting a bean counter doesn't seem very sportsmanlike.
Yeah.
Don't let the Windsor knot fool you.
Malkin rolls around with hired guns, special ops types.
Why we rolling out in such a hurry? Filip tracked his private jet to a remote airfield over the border in Bosnia.
Flight plan indicates he's wheels up in three hours.
Not much of a window.
Makes it off the ground, we'll never get to him.
- Exactly.
- All right, well, tell you what, we'll wait in the airfield till Malkin's convoy shows up.
Then we'll hit him before he boards.
Defenses should be down.
Easier than a hit on the street.
We can't hold him legally.
Mandy's en route to the airfield now to interrogate him on site.
Assuming he's still upright.
Look, more people will die if Malkin doesn't talk.
We need him alive.
Lot of moving parts.
Only easy day was yesterday.
Yesterday sucked.
Bravo's five mikes out from the airfield.
Mandy's not far behind.
And if Mandy doesn't get Malkin to talk, we're back to chasing our tail.
Well, the guys got to get Malkin first to get him to talk.
Eyes up, and we're two mikes out! Two mikes out! That's a $20 million jet about to take off.
Clay, you're on scope.
Copy.
Havoc, this is 1.
I got to get a tail number on HVT's plane.
Copy, Bravo 1.
Tail number 5-Bravo-Sierra.
Bravo 3, HVT's about to pop smoke.
We got to put down now.
Copy, 1.
Where do we want to lay this down? On the runway.
Bravo 3, you're the boarding party.
The rest of us will pull security.
Open the door! Open the door! We're awful exposed out here, Jace! Push left.
Get a better angle.
They're down, they're down.
Open the door! Open the door! Havoc, this is 1.
Pass jackpot.
Hell of a lot of firepower for a businessman.
Hired guns are always trigger-happy.
Not a lot of job security.
Ray, Sonny, check out that building.
Don't want any more surprises.
- Copy that.
- Roger that.
Okay, how much longer we staying on target? Till Mandy gets what she wants.
That's how long.
I've told you, I do not support terrorist organizations.
I am a businessman.
Seems your money exchange was Vadim Tarasov's personal ATM? People take advantage.
Loopholes are abused.
We do our best, but these groups are far more sophisticated than you Americans acknowledge.
Agent Ellis, can I be frank with you? Of course.
You have nothing on me.
If you did, I probably would be on a plane out of the country by now.
Please, if I make just one phone call to my friends, your life becomes very, very messy.
Your friends? You mean your clients? Speaking of your clients, I have something that I think they might like to see.
I found an odd deposit in one of your personal bank accounts.
Half a million dollars from Lendover Incorporated.
Lendover Incorporated.
Sorry.
I am unfamiliar.
It's a holding company run by the CIA to pay informants.
I've taken no money from the CIA.
Besides, what would $500,000 mean to me anyway? Not much.
So we created 60 deposits over the past two years.
$30 million, that sounds like a number that'd get your cooperation.
Imagine what your friends will think.
They just won't believe I'm taking money from the Americans.
Taking? No, you earned it.
These deposits often coincide with the takedown of one of your friends' organizations.
We really couldn't have done it without your help, Pete.
Oh.
I understand.
This is, uh, blackmail.
Or this is me trying to prevent innocent people from being killed.
But you can't detain me.
Correct.
The second you walk without giving me what I want, I'm on my phone.
And by the time you land, your friends will have suddenly become only and purely clients, unhappy ones, who will likely want to discuss these matters face-to-face.
It's too bad you're a little light on security.
I told you, they won't believe you.
Willing to bet your life on it? Agent Ellis, what do you really want? I want justice.
I want Vadim Tarasov to pay for the people he's killed.
I can give you a name.
Whose name? A courier.
Gonna ask you something, and I need you to be straight.
Ah, if you're wondering who put the bear spray in your Jergens bottle, it wasn't me.
You and Davis, how long? Come again? How long have you two been playing house behind the team's back? You know, this lack of sleep, Ray, is really starting to make you have crazy ideas.
- I saw you two on the balcony earlier.
- So? So it looked different.
Davis ran her first op, where we all almost got schwacked.
I stopped by to give her some food and be supportive.
- That's what you saw, Ray.
- That's not all I saw.
Damn it, Sonny.
You know, you two could get fragged over this, not to mention what it could mean for the team.
We're working right now, Ray.
It's the wrong time to make unfounded accusations, but it is so good to see that you're back on your damn high horse again.
Any luck on that name Malkin passed along? - The courier? - Yes.
Didn't connect him directly to Vadim, but the courier did call Bojinka's cell.
Malkin handed us a real player.
The courier also dialed a number in Albania a dozen times.
Three of those calls were made on the same day Vadim's network launched the attacks.
Calling for final authorization? Maybe.
Where in Albania? The highlands.
A butcher shop in a village called Shkodra.
Vadim's too smart to take calls where he is.
Someone's running messages back and forth from the village to him.
He's got to be nearby.
Walls are closing in.
All right, Sonny.
So it's agreed, then, right? - Texas and seven points.
- Ooh! No, you know what? You been talking a big game about your Longhorns.
No backing down now.
Consider the bets taken, okay? - There's a sucker born every single minute.
- Okay.
So, bet is a bottle of that Serbian moonshine.
Rakija.
Exactly.
And the loser has to do a shot.
Okay, you know what? You do realize you're gonna have to do six shots if the Longhorns don't cover? Well, either way, I win.
What do you say, Ray Perry? You, uh want to get in on this action? Just hope football's the only thing you're gambling with.
Hey.
Let's go do a Murph, guys.
Come on.
Absolutely not.
Nah, man.
We've been turning and burning for days now.
We're about to go back out.
You got to recharge, brother.
Go lay down.
In your kennel.
Head on up.
You okay, brother? Hey, Em, it's your dad.
Listen, do me a favor.
Give me a call back.
It's been a while since we talked, all right? I need to talk to you.
Please.
You know, for somebody who says he's doing better than ever, you sure do have a funny way of showing it.
I'm good, Ray.
I'm good.
Yeah? Not sleeping.
Thinking about a fallen teammate.
Jumping out of your skin on the Bird.
What's got you spooked, brother? You know that Diaz nearly got blown up in Ramadi two weeks before he was killed? Yeah, IED in a living room.
- I remember.
- Yeah.
Shortly after that, he came to me.
He said the blast really shook him up.
Impacted him, how he was operating.
Said he was hearing these footsteps.
Yeah, seen it happen to guys before.
He says to me, "You know what? Hey, J, just want to give it up.
I want to stop operating.
I'm done.
" Two days later, he's dead.
Week after that, I'm holding up his wife Christy at the funeral.
Look, J, Diaz got a bad deal.
Yeah.
You want to tell me what's really going on? It all started after Alana.
It started after Alana and got worse.
After Clay and Sonny almost died, and then what happened to you What started? The memories.
The bad memories.
Started creeping back into my mind.
The ones I, I was able to keep 'em at bay, now they're starting to seep in on me.
They're creeping bad, Ray.
Look, man, you've been through a lot this year.
You know? But you'll get back on track.
You always do.
I'm hearing the footsteps.
They're getting louder.
Maybe I need to make a change.
Sorry to wake you all, but our search is starting to bear fruit.
Ensign Davis.
Intel suggests that Vadim Tarasov may be hiding in the Accursed Mountains in Albania.
- Oh.
- Accursed Mountains.
Sounds friendly.
Okay, but I'm sorry, but are we certain that Vadim is there? SIGINT tracks to someone in his organization using the nearby village to relay orders from who we believe to be a head shot caller on the ground.
Kind of a fancy place for Vadim, if you ask me.
ISR is picking up movement.
- Someone's there.
- Well, let's click on the kill TV, break out the popcorn, and drop a JDAM on their asses.
Come on.
We're not bombing Albania.
Aw.
Bravo's going in.
Clay, what are you thinking? A few klicks out, they're gonna hear that bird coming.
Give Vadim time to squirt.
Can we HAHO on the target? It's a logistical minefield trying to get cleared into Albanian airspace.
Tell you what, why don't we just insert helo downrange, hump it to target, all right, move in quick and quiet to keep the cavalry from showing up.
We don't have enough rifles between us to sustain a long gunfight, so we got to be in and out quick.
Vadim has a plethora of knowledge we'd like to access.
Be nice to keep him alive.
"Plethora"? Can't keep him alive if he doesn't want to live.
- Yeah.
- Mm-hmm.
Be nice to know if wearing an S-vest is part of the team uniform.
Vadim a true believer, like his little bomb-making buddy, or ? Agency opinion is: Vadim didn't survive wars in the Balkans, Afghanistan, and Syria by hanging around to the bitter end.
He's a runner, not a martyr.
Lots of unknowns on this one, fellas.
Need your heads in the game.
Lots of unknowns, lots of maybes.
Seems to be the new standard lately.
Well, since we got some time on our hands, uh, I figured I'd take this time to make a confession.
I work with a bunch of dirty, cheating, no-good asshats.
What's wrong, buddy? You finally figure out you got your days mixed up? Tell you what, don't blame us for your ignorance, Sonny.
Ignorance my ass, it's called jet lag and too much action.
Bet's a bet, Sonny.
- Bet's a bet.
- Ah, you're all a bunch of scoundrels, every last one of you.
Bro, desert is littered with bodies of men who welched.
That's right.
Metal buried some of 'em.
Didn't.
Maybe a few.
Y'all took advantage of my confused state of mind.
Aw, come on, man.
If this was switched around, you know you'd done the same thing to us.
I can say with an honest and open heart that - I absolutely would.
- Yeah.
Havoc, this is 1.
Passing Howard.
Copy that, Bravo 1.
Passing Howard.
Havoc, this is 1.
Passing Robin.
Copy that, Bravo 1.
Passing Robin.
Bravo 1, this is Havoc Base.
Be advised you have two unknowns at the south end of the target structure moving in your direction.
Copy that, Havoc.
Ray, Clay, got two nightwalkers.
Check it out.
Got two fighting-age males.
Both armed.
Send it.
Clay, take your team east.
I'll take my team west.
- Metal, you got our six.
On you, Ray.
- Roger.
Copy.
Bravo 2, move to the basement.
We got your overwatch.
Copy that.
Bravo 1, be advised we have three bogies coming from the east side of the target house.
Bravo 2, hold what you got.
Copy.
They walk up on them dead bodies, we're screwed.
Bravo 1, this is Havoc Base.
What is your status? Stand by.
Havoc, this is 1.
We're gonna need a direct exfil fast.
Copy that, Bravo 1.
Take 'em.
They know we're here now, boss.
Bravo 2 to 1, we made entry.
West side.
Ray, take your team right.
Copy that.
It's not Vadim.
Keep moving.
What the hell is this? I'm on the naughty list.
What the hell is this place? Upstairs.
Go.
You okay, brother? Every man has an end.
I'm fine with this one.
So am I.
Havoc, this is 1.
Passing Baba Booey.
Time to go, brother.
You good, Jace? Ah, come on, grab some beers, will you? Here, grab one of these cold ones.
Here you go, boys.
Just pass them around.
- Here you go.
- Thanks.
Sonny, incoming.
All right, look, I just got something I want to say.
You know, Bravo absorbed a lot of punches on this one, but I'll tell you what.
We became stronger after it.
Always have.
Let's raise up the bottle and the cans, whatever you got.
This one is for Ensign Davis for bagging her first whale! Thank you.
Takedown of Vadim was pretty ninja, huh? Yeah, it was ninja.
Told you I was stronger than ever.
You gonna be able to keep up? - Oh, just bring it, man.
- Yeah, all right.
Bring it.
- Mm-hmm.
- Whenever you're ready, Ray.
Take it you weren't hearing any, uh, any footsteps out there, huh? May have heard a few.
That gonna be a problem? No.
Not with my brothers around me.
Wolf's only as strong as the pack, right? I got a strong pack.
I got a strong pack.
You ducking me, Quinn? Eh, you know, just being, uh, mindful that we're still on the clock.
Trickier than we figured, isn't it? Well, neither of us joined the Navy 'cause we liked easy.
All right.
Listen up, everyone.
I got some important business to deal with regarding Bravo 1's future.
Seems that Master Chief Hayes has a lot more doors to kick down.
He's decided to reenlist for two more years.
All right! - Sure you're good, brother? - I'm good.
Always here for you.
- I know you are.
- Hey.
Yeah? - All in all the time.
Right, boss? - All the time.
You know, for centuries, servicemen and women have answered the call of duty in national defense.
And nothing more solemnly affirms one's commitment to that duty better than the enlistment oath of office.
Taking on this incredible burden by sacrificing one's livelihood and potentially one's life freely, without mental reservation or purpose of evasion.
Attention to orders.
Master Chief Hayes, raise your right hand.
Repeat after me: I do solemnly swear to support and defend the Constitution of the United States I do solemnly swear to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
That I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same.
That I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same.
And that I will obey the orders of the president of the United States.
And that I will obey the orders of the president of the United States.
And the orders of the officers appointed over me And the orders of the officers appointed over me according to regulations according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
So help me, God.
So help me, God.