Taken (2017) s02e14 Episode Script


Back so soon, Dewey? - Don't call me that.
- Ooh.
It's double the last haul and no culls.
I'll take 'em all.
Pleasure doing business with you.
Where's the rest? - Stolen goods don't get market price.
- Come on, man.
I need this money.
Your gambling debts got nothing to do with me.
Take it or leave, Dewey.
Evening, gentlemen.
Step out of the vehicle.
Um, I'm just having a b-bite before I go back to my house DUI.
Spells Dewey.
I've been sober two months.
Let's go, Mitchy.
Z, Y X, W Crap.
Uh Again, from the top.
Don't you guys got quotas to meet? - Whoo! - Drugs? Oh, no.
- Something even better.
- Hey.
I earned that money fair and square.
I've been helping my Uncle Gabe while he's recovering from hip surgery.
You put that back! Put, uh put what back? [GROANS.]
See you around, Dewey.
Damn it.
Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, come on.
What's this? Whoa.
Oh, my God.
- - Hello? - Bryan.
You know, I'm right in the middle of something.
Can this wait until later? Yeah, well, I need you to come home.
Everything okay? Mitchell paid me back.
That's good.
About time.
10 grand in cash.
Do we have an HR department? [SIGHS.]
What did Kilroy say now? I need to take some time off.
Oh, well, surely you've earned it.
And we don't have an op right now, so it's actually perfect timing to take a vacation.
I'm going to visit my family.
What changed your mind? My cousin's in trouble.
Is everything okay? We'll see.
All right, well, take all the time you need.
I'll just be a day or two.
Well, if there's anything you need, I'm here.
I'm proud of you.
Family stuff, it's It's complicated.
But the problems just get bigger the more you try to run the other way.
Hello, Vincent.
How'd you find me? "Kilroy Was Here.
" Signatures are so sloppy.
We taught you better than that.
Feels good to have the band back together.
Hey, screw you.
I mean, I'm sorry.
I prefer not to work together again.
But also, screw you.
We found her.
Quaint little town outside Sedona.
You should see her.
New identity, new job, whole new look.
Turns out the WITSEC firewall is a joke.
And the agents As susceptible to blackmail as anyone.
What do you want me to do? [BLUESY GUITAR MUSIC.]
Another whiskey.
Make it a double, and, uh Make it top shelf this time.
All hail the king of happy hour.
You should grow your beard.
Hides your face better.
- Hello, cousin.
- It's good to see you, Bryan.
What you been up to? [SIGHS.]
Nothing much.
Traveling mostly.
Freelance stuff.
You picked a great weekend to come home.
Dad called.
He's worried about you.
Says you paid off your debts in cash.
And, well, we can all see you've been drinking again.
Been buying up the bar all day.
Maybe you're the one looting traps.
You kiss my ass, Long John Silver.
Ea hey, easy, Jim.
How many lobsters does it take you to make this kind of dough, huh? Come with me.
Get Jimmy a drink on me.
- This is a lot of money.
Had a good run at the track.
You know, you always were a bad liar.
You been back five minutes.
You're already pulling the Boy Scout routine.
Relax, man.
Everything's fine, Bryan.
- In fact, it's never been better.
- Enough.
Tell me how you got this money.
Trap was empty.
Money's been taken.
Find it.
Then kill them.
The courier? I leave that up to you, Mr.
Please don't kill me.
I don't want to die.
I'll give you anything.
Anything! [GRUNTS.]
Please don't kill me.
Don't! Whoa! [SCREAMS.]
It's Friday night, man.
We got no op.
We should go out.
Go crazy.
Get a neck tattoo or something.
You know, they say sitting is the new smoking.
I don't know if you heard.
Got to watch out for that.
No clever comeback.
You need to talk about something, friend? [CHUCKLES DULLY.]
What? What's funny? Nothing.
Just that word, "friend.
" Just doesn't really apply in our line of work.
You don't consider us friends? - I you know - No, no, it's fine.
All right, cool, whatever.
Means you can trust me.
- Wow.
Do you ever quit? - No.
- My mom calls it moxie.
- Mm.
I'm just trying to say if if you're in trouble, you know you can talk to me.
All right.
See ya.
My, um[EXHALES.]
My old team came back.
Yes, dear, I'm afraid this isn't my first polyamorous relationship.
But back in those days, uh, I didn't exactly use my powers for good.
I was kind of a bad guy.
How bad? Hart doesn't know everything.
- She'd understand.
- No, she wouldn't.
Hart's a patriot.
Which is why I can't implicate her.
They want me to hack a cryptocurrency with a $1-billion market cap.
I can't.
They'll, um [COUGHS.]
They'll hurt somebody that I That I care about.
Well, there's always a better way.
You could take them out.
Soldiers, not murderers, remember? [CLICKS TONGUE.]
You can take them down.
No, I'd just end up going to jail along with them.
No, I got a day to deliver the funds, which [SIGHS.]
Is a mighty tall order, given this hardware.
I thought you had all the latest and greatest toys.
The days of mining Bitcoin with your CPU are long gone.
It's all about processing power now.
All right.
How can I help? I mean, the only one who can really help me is me at this point.
Unless you can clone me, I'll be handling this on my own, but thank you.
Health to men and death to fish.
Wagging tails that will pay for this.
Hey, Pop.
What happened? Hip operation.
Free advice: don't get old.
Nothing good ever comes of it.
Why didn't you tell me? What, so you could send me a card? Mitchell's been staying here, helping us out.
The boat house is like a palace.
You're smashed.
We had a deal, Mitchell.
If Sarah catches you drunk, we'll both be in wheelchairs.
Go sleep it off.
You get the truth out of him? Yeah.
Where'd he find the cash? Ten miles offshore.
Found it while he was looting lobster traps.
He's the one.
And in my damn boat.
A Mills man, out plundering traps blasphemy.
The fishermen in this town barely get by as it is.
And they rely on those hauls to feed their families.
If he got caught, think what they'd do.
Angry trollers aren't the problem here.
Think about it, Dad.
Who leaves money in a lobster trap? A payment.
Perfect place to make an exchange.
You take the goods, you leave the cash.
My bet would be drug runners from Canada.
Beats going through customs.
That would explain all the pills pouring into town.
Newspaper says it's an epidemic.
Kids hooked on opioids.
In this town? Well, you might not have noticed, but this town has changed.
And not for the better.
Dewey really put his foot in it this time.
- Don't call him that.
- What? You gonna stick up for him all his life? It's been the same since we were kids.
He screws up, and you bend over backwards to help him out.
Well, I owe my brother that much.
When your uncle hung himself, he left a little boy with no father.
I've done my best to fill that void.
And I'm sorry that the burden has landed on you.
It's just that it gets worse every time.
Because he knows we'll clean up his mess.
Mitchell is family.
And in this life, that's all that really matters.
You got to protect what's yours.
Why didn't you call first? Bryan was just driving through.
You booby-trapped the entire living room to try and catch Santa Claus red-handed.
I don't recall you laughing much then.
Hell, well, I just about broke my neck putting the presents under the tree.
So where do you live? I have an apartment right outside D.
Well, what's the address? - 'Cause your birthday's coming up.
- It's temporary.
- You want a beer? - No, I'm good, thanks.
Seeing anyone special? Nothing serious.
Well, you're not getting any younger.
Don't you want to settle down and start a family of your own one day? Do you remember Nick Baxter, Marcy's son? He had twin girls.
- Leave the boy alone.
- No, it's okay.
We need to catch up.
I've been too busy.
- With work? - Yeah.
I took a security position.
We deal with training solut I thought we were done with all this.
I was a nervous wreck every time you were deployed, Bryan.
The injuries.
All the close calls.
Mom, you don't have to worry about me.
You have no idea what it's like to have a child in danger.
- Mom - Bryan.
I got this one.
I don't know if I trust a restaurant that serves two cuisines.
Chinese and sushi? I mean, come on, pal, pick a lane.
Did you get a side of moxie? Always so down in the dumps.
Would your mood improve if I could get you a Quantum Computer? [LAUGHS.]
The Holy Grail? Okay, yeah, sure.
I can't clone you, obviously.
But the D-Wave would function like a million Kilroys working in unison.
Dude, those prototypes are locked up.
You know? I mean, there's no way you can get your hands on hardware like that.
Throwing it away just feels Wrong.
Let me fix that floorboard.
Is that why you came home, Bryan? Fix things around the house? I know about Mitchell.
"Just passing through"? You'd worry.
To think for a moment I thought you chose to come home and see us.
Of course I came to see you.
Then why keep me at arm's length? Just look around this room.
I feel like I lost both my children that day.
You blame me.
You blame yourself.
We know you did everything to save your sister that day.
Deep down, you know it too.
Stop punishing yourself, Bryan.
Running into danger, risking your life.
Eventually your luck is gonna run out.
Howdy, stranger.
Can I help you? No, no, no, no.
That is for minnows.
What you're gonna want is one of these guys, this.
It's gas operated.
It's got all the bells and whistles.
Looks expensive.
No, no, for you, I'll make you a deal.
Catching fish.
An honest profession.
Is it lucrative? Well, not lately.
Local fishermen are mad as hell.
Somebody's been looting the lobster traps.
Hate to think what they'd do to the guy when they catch him.
I mean, it's like a ripple effect.
No lobsters, fishermen come in empty-handed.
Nothing for the restaurants to give to the tourists.
All turf and no surf.
Except for Walter's Fish Shack.
He doesn't seem to share everybody else's pain.
This Walter, is he a fat man? Oh, he's big-boned.
Why do you ask? [GASPS.]
I'll take it.
Right this way.
How you feeling? I feel like I got hit by a truck.
We have a big day of problem solving ahead of us.
I know you stole some money.
I know you hid it somewhere.
And now you're gonna tell me where.
Same spot we hid booze in high school.
Yeah, Uncle Gabe knew too, but he never ratted us out to your mom.
Always liked to take a little for himself when he was out here.
This is over $1 million in cash.
For real? Do you have any idea the stress you put your aunt and uncle through? Says the guy who hasn't come home in almost a year.
And yet here I am, back to help my screw-up cousin once again.
Yeah, maybe you forgot that I'm the one who saved your ass when we were 17.
Remember? Cops pulled us over, and I take the rap so you can keep your clean sheet.
That was two decades ago.
Yeah, and then you joined the military, and you got the hell out of here.
- And this is your excuse? - No, it's the reason I got stuck in this damn town.
What about all the DUls? Is that down on me too, Dewey? Don't call me that.
You don't get it.
Like, some people are given luck.
Some people got skills.
I got neither.
And that money right there is my chance to start over.
I haven't been traveling.
You know why? Because I have job.
And that job requires me to go up against some very dangerous people.
People who are pure evil.
Now, that's $1 million cash, and I can tell you that the person who comes to collect that money won't think twice about killing you.
Tell me his name.
Dewey Mills.
Let me go.
I won't say anything.
I-I swear.
People say a lobster screams when it's dropped in boiling water.
Lobsters don't have vocal cords.
That sound? Air bubbles expanding within the shell.
Scream away.
Christina Hart.
Deputy Director Davis.
To what do I owe the pleasure? I'm sorry to bother you on a weekend, but this couldn't wait.
Reliable Intel says the Blackhats are attempting to hack a cryptocurrency.
Where is your man? Mills? No, no, no, no.
You need his assistance? No.
We need to know if he is involved.
- Of course not.
- Good.
Because my department has the green light to drop the hammer when we catch this bastard.
No rest for the wicked? Neighbors are fighting again.
I had to get the hell out of there before the makeup sex started.
Deputy Director Davis called about a potential attack on a cryptocurrency.
He wanted to know if you had heard any chatter.
Davis heard something but you didn't? There's mobile cryptocurrency mining malware attacks every single day.
But this one got on Davis' radar.
You're not interested? Is this your way of asking me to do some digging, boss? No.
Like you said, this type of thing happens every day.
Were you able to recover it? My career would have been over.
Be more mindful of your piece, rook.
Thank you so much.
I didn't come here for your appreciation.
We make the swap on three, two - Looks authentic.
- 'Cause they are.
You're gonna trade me those for some dirty pond water? Hell, have you got any idea what passports go for on the open market? Price is what you pay.
Value is what you get.
Bottled at the source.
This evidence is gonna blow the defense's case wide open.
So we doin' this or what? You'll trade me this for some pictures of people eating dinner? Do you have any idea what the value of the contents in this tube are? You tell me.
I just traded a handgun for the Holy Grail.
Credentials, please.
Beth will be so disappointed.
Not very photogenic, by the way.
- Kilroy.
Check this out.
Who is your best friend? I want to make a deal.
Can't win the game without any cards to play, Vincent.
Look, I give you what you ask, you're just gonna want more.
Right? So how about this? Double what you asked for.
I'll get you the money on two conditions.
You leave Lexi alone.
And? Don't ever contact me again.
There is something different about you, Vincent.
A sense of purpose can really do wonders.
So we done here? Don't you want to know what we're gonna do with the money? Where we going? This is your chance to do the right thing.
Should have turned that money in - the second you came across it.
- I found it.
- That's mine.
- No, cousin.
It belongs to a criminal.
So we're gonna hand it in to the police and let them blow this thing wide open.
I know the cops in this town.
They're corrupt.
They'll keep it.
Not all of them.
Officer Cloak, he's one of the good ones.
But then I have to admit to looting traps.
I got a record.
Then we'll use the money to make a deal.
Why would they agree to that? They take all the credit.
Get to look like heroes on the news.
And you, you get to go back to the way things were before.
You sure about this, Bryan? I won't let anything happen to you.
Now, quit stalling.
Why did you come home, Bryan? I could have been a millionaire.
You always were a damn Boy Scout.
Hey, hey! Hey! Hey! [YELLING.]
Let me go! [YELLING.]
Let go of me! Let go! Hey! Let go of me! I haven't seen you since before you enlisted.
You know us.
You know our family.
In the past, you've helped us out when no one else would.
That's why we came to you.
Can I trust you? Why, what'd you do this time? Sleep with some trucker's wife? I found some money.
Like, a lot of money.
I should have reported it, but I didn't.
So you want to turn in lost cash.
You been drinking again? Someone tried to kill us.
He's telling the truth.
Some thing slammed into our car.
A professional.
He was skilled.
Had no regard for who saw him.
Don't worry.
This is the safest place in all South County.
Look, if it makes you feel any better, why don't we fill out an accident report? There is probably a killer on his way here right now.
Why would someone want you guys dead? I found $1 million in cash inside a lobster trap.
So you're the one who's been stealing the lobsters.
And I'll do whatever it takes to make up for what I've done.
What did you do with those lobsters, Mitch? I sold them to Walter's Seafood Shack.
Can we just forget about the lobsters Walter Pierce over in Beaverton? Yeah, but this isn't his problem.
Let me see your hands, Mitch.
Officer Cloak.
Raise your hands in the air, nice and slow.
Both of you.
We came to you for help.
Walter Pierce was found dead earlier today.
We finally got your ass, Dewey.
I didn't kill anyone.
- He's got a gun.
- I work for the government.
Show me some identification.
If you let me reach my phone, I can clear this right up.
Keep your hands where I can see them.
Put him in the holding room.
What about Dewey? Interrogation with me.
I want to ask you a few questions.
Thanks, you know, for everything.
You really went above and beyond.
What's going on? QC didn't work? Sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to stop being the damn problem.
You know what I mean? That money is going to the LRA in Sudan.
Whatever they end up doing with it, it's on my hands.
No way, man.
If you don't hand over the money Yeah, that's not an option either.
So I'm gonna go face the music.
See ya, pal.
Mitchell Mills.
Oh, that paperwork hasn't been logged yet.
Are you his lawyer? Yes, I am.
Your attorney's here.
That's him! That's the psycho who tried to kill me! [GROANS.]
We got to get out of here.
Hey, how'd you get out.
Take me to the money.
Damn it.
I was part of a three-person team.
We wreaked havoc all over the world, governments.
No allegiances, no rules.
I'm aware of your criminal history.
Who do you think bailed you out? The stuff I got caught for was kind of the, uh, flowers and rainbows stuff.
I vetted you myself.
We manipulated markets through controlled chaos.
Power outages, currency manipulation, elections, flash crashes, - airline delays - Stop talking.
Why are you coming clean now? Because I've been compromised.
Somebody I care about has been threatened To get me to do something.
The attack on the cryptocurrency.
I'm supposed to, um, drop off the funds later today.
Why didn't you come to me? Well, technically I am coming to you Sooner.
Why didn't you come to me sooner? I could have gotten out in front of this.
Because if you had known the truth, all of it, you would never have let me work here.
And the truth of the matter is, no matter how much I hate to admit it, I like being on the team.
I'm I'm sorry.
We're way past apologies, Kilroy.
You have put this entire team at risk.
- And I trusted you.
- I know.
And that's why I'm coming to give you a heads-up.
In two hours, we make the drop-off.
And I was thinking that we could You're on your own.
Hello, Bryan.
- I'm in trouble.
- Where are you? I'm on my way to my parents' house.
They're in danger.
Can you send some help? Are you hurt? It's just a scratch.
I can get federal agents there within the hour.
Look, I had no idea that that money belonged to you, man.
Just take it back, okay? - Where is it? - It's here.
It's in the bag.
No, it was in there.
It was in there, I swear! You got to believe me! [GUNSHOT.]
You want your money? Come and get it! [MUSIC INTENSIFIES.]
Stop right there! [GUNSHOT.]
Where's the money, old man? [GROANS.]
You want your money? Here it is.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
- Are you okay? - Mmhmm.
Are you okay? [CLEARS THROAT.]
It's all there.
Didn't it feel a little good Doing what you were made to do? Yeah.
Nobody move! I want to see your hands! You, over there! On the ground right now! - On your knees! - Hands behind your back! - [GROANS.]
- You, move.
Let's go.
Great play, Kilroy.
I should have known your team was working a covert angle on this one.
- Yeah.
She's back there.
How do I thank you? Get back to work.
Hey, it's me, Lexi.
I'm really sorry about what happened.
I hope you understand why I did what I had to do.
Maybe someday you can forgive me.
I love you, Vincent.
Thank you for everything, Bryan.
I'm just sorry you didn't get that second chance, Mitchell.
Thanks to you, I did.
I got a good feeling that my luck's about to turn around.
Come here.
I ain't no Boy Scout.
Glad you're okay, Dad.
Yeah, I didn't feel a thing.
You know, if you hadn't come home, I don't want to even think what would have happened to us.
I see why you do it now.
You got to protect what's yours.
I don't want to lose you.
I'll always be here.

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