The Mentalist s07e13 Episode Script

White Orchids

- - I can't do this anymore.
You can't keep pulling me from the path of oncoming trains.
There's new trains coming every day.
You have information about the case? My brother does, Gabriel.
He's a psychic.
There's a thing inside you.
Your cure will come with the number three.
Didn't know where you were.
- You knew I'd be back.
- No, I didn't.
There is a serial killer with an evil heart and an appetite to kill.
I saw that the killer is going to kill again tonight.
Why would the killer care if Gabriel was a real psychic? He wants one for some reason, and Gabriel didn't pass the test.
- Could you just take a look? - He was sitting in the car, right? The whole time I was putting out the trash, he just sat there.
Staring at me.
They still haven't caught that guy who killed those people.
It could be him.
You don't know.
Serial killers don't sit in cars.
They lurk in the shadows.
Be right back.
Stupid drunk.
Oh! Susan.
Suse? Suse? What is this? - Ha, ha.
- Did you buy me another horse? - Just a little further.
- Okay.
Is this a trick? Breathe that air in.
- Okay, I'm breathing in that air.
- And voilà.
Jane, what is this? It's a little shack that I'm gonna renovate, make some additions.
We both knew things had to change.
I couldn't make you quit, and I need something to do.
- So you're gonna build us a house.
- That's right.
And when I'm done, if nothing else, we have a place to live.
It's a start.
So you're gonna work here? Not at the FBI, you're quitting.
Maybe, I don't know.
I haven't decided yet.
What? I'm glad you got it.
I am.
But I have needs too.
Like what? I need to know that you won't run away again.
- I won't.
- I need to know you're committed to this.
To us.
I am.
That's why I wanna do this.
Are you gonna take off your wedding ring? It just It seems like you don't wanna let go of it.
- No, it's not that.
- I understand why it's difficult for you.
- It's just that I'm used to it.
- I know.
- What's up, boss? - Sorry, Lisbon.
I know you're headed home.
I need you to turn around.
We have another one.
The victim's name is Susan Herman.
Her husband reported her missing last night.
Apparently, the killer snatched her off her porch.
- That's a change.
- The pattern's the same.
Shot in the chest, one fingernail ripped off.
Didn't bother hiding the body.
He's getting bolder.
- Or more playful.
- Playful? Well, sure.
He knows we're on to him.
That's why he left her out for us to find.
- He's also done something else.
- What? I'm not sure.
Uh, excuse me.
That mark on her left arm, is that a puncture wound? Looks like it.
Is that from a needle? - A little bigger.
Could be from an IV line.
Why would he put an IV in her? He's not poisoning them.
He wasn't putting anything in.
He was taking something out.
Position the body correctly, you can take out a cup of blood with an IV.
So he kills them, rips out a fingernail, and takes a cup of blood.
And we're making every possible effort.
All right.
Thanks for calling.
Everyone and his sister wants to know when we're making an arrest.
This is Rick Tork from the Santa Fe office.
- He'll help while we're shorthanded.
- Hey.
Dennis Abbott, thanks for coming.
- So how long were you in Santa Fe? - Oh, just a year.
Started at CBI, made the jump to the federal side the same time as Cho.
And he's worked with Jane before.
- Enough to know the score.
- And what's that? He'll never tell you what he's up to.
Whatever he does, you'll look like an idiot.
- Always keep your hand on your wallet.
- You do know the man.
I appreciate you coming tonight.
- This case has blown up.
- I hear you have 10 bodies.
Five were found buried, killed between two and nine months ago.
Two were killed in their car last week, Gabriel Osbourne and his sister after that.
- And the woman today.
- Wow.
Any, uh, physical evidence? Just the bullets, they match.
But we haven't traced them to a gun.
- Tork, I heard you were here.
Good to see you.
- You too.
Anything from the profilers? They can't find any patterns of the killings.
The first two victims were homeless men.
The third was a prostitute.
The next ones were foreign exchange students.
And then the couple in the car.
There's no consistency in age, race, or gender.
I don't think this is about who he killed so much as what he killed for.
- Hey, Tork, long time, no see.
- You mean the blood and the fingernails? Fingernails, not so much.
I think they're just a trophy.
But the blood, he had to work for.
He must need it for something.
Did the other victims have puncture wounds? The recent ones, yes.
The buried victims, we couldn't tell.
The bodies had decomposed.
I think we can assume he's been taking blood samples for some time.
- Question is, why.
- There are some theories online.
The most popular theory is that he's a vampire of some sort.
- Not sure if that's helpful.
- Well, maybe it is.
- Really? - He is stealing blood from a corpse.
He's doing something weird with it.
He could be interested in the occult.
He believes in psychics, that's why he went after Gabriel.
Talk to Austin P.
See what they have on local cults and non-traditional religions.
Ask Homeland Security if they have anything useful in their databases.
Well, if he's interested in psychics, Jane should talk to him.
Uh - Not a psychic, dude.
- No, but you can fake it, right? We could feed you to the media.
Say you can communicate with the afterlife using your spiritual whatever.
If he's really into that, get him to show himself.
The Son of Sam killer sent letters to two of the writers who wrote about him.
Hey, this kind of thing could really work.
Did I say something wrong? Yeah, the last time Jane tried that, it didn't go well.
- Oh, the wife and kid.
- Yeah, the wife and kid.
Hey, uh, I meant to tell you we got Gabriel's autopsy reports back.
He had oligodendrogliomas.
They're tiny little tumors in the brain.
According to the coroner, they can cause seizures, blackouts or delusional episodes.
Poor kid.
No wonder he thought he was psychic.
There's no such thing as psychics.
I shouldn't have said anything about the ring.
I'm sorry.
- Teresa, please.
- Really.
Look, you do what you need to.
I'm okay, I swear.
We just got a call from Austin P.
, they think they have him.
- Did they arrest him? - The call said somebody shot him.
- This does not seem right.
- It's a false alarm.
Case of mistaken identity.
This is Sharon Nieto, Austin Homicide.
The dead man is Le Cong Vinh.
According to the neighbors, he collects recyclables.
The homeowner was asleep when he heard banging on the side of the house.
It was Mr.
Vinh going through his garbage.
He didn't know that.
He thought somebody was trying to break in, so he grabs his trusty.
Homeowner issued a challenge, heard more banging.
- And Vinh didn't speak English? - That's right.
So he fires through the door.
Calls us, says he shot a serial killer.
- Is that the victim's wife? - Yeah.
I guess they were collecting the bottles together.
Are you guys gonna catch this wack job anytime soon? People are freaked out.
We're getting calls all day.
Is your department logging the calls? - Sure.
- We need that log.
It's a tough situation.
The city is in a full-on panic and we have no solid leads.
Okay, well, uh Do we try Tork's idea? - What? No.
- I don't think that we can rule anything out.
The guy is not hiding bodies anymore.
Maybe he's starting to like the attention.
Do you want him to do to Jane what he did to Gabriel? - You know we won't let that happen.
- You can't promise that.
You know what, I appreciate your spirited defense, but it's not necessary.
I'll do it.
According to forestry officials once the bear was tranquilized, he was relocated to a wilderness area.
And now an update from our Accuweather desk.
I am gonna say this one last time.
You don't have to do this.
Coming up, a psychic who's working with the FBI.
You're watching Austin Today.
Stay with us.
We're out.
Back in 60.
Have you done this before? Yup.
I'll throw you a couple easy questions, we'll have some fun.
- Just keep the ball in the air.
- Sure.
Back in 10.
Five, four, three Welcome back to Austin Today.
I'm Dan Glover.
And with me is Patrick Jane, a psychic who works with the FBI.
I'd like to talk about how you're helping to hunt for the man who's believed to have murdered a number of our local citizens.
But first, I have to ask: What is a psychic? What is it you do? Patrick? Patrick? Yeah, Dan, sorry, I was distracted.
Um, there's something on your mind.
Your wife, uh just had a baby.
A girl, I believe.
- Who told you that? - You did.
Uh, her name begins with a vowel.
A E A Alexa Alexa? Right? That's right.
- So that's how you do it, huh? - That's how I do it, Dan.
Thank you.
Your aunt passed away about a year ago.
Eighteen months.
She used to help people.
She was a teacher, I think.
Well, a counselor.
We didn't tell him any of this, swear to God.
She really wants you to be happy because she loves you.
Very much.
That's it.
I I can't tell you how uncanny this is.
I am shivering.
So tell us about this case you're working on with the FBI.
I'm not a detective.
I don't do police work.
I'm just trying to help my colleagues understand this man.
How would you describe him? Well, cautiously, I would say that he's obviously angry.
Probably in a lot of pain.
But I think he's trying to get in touch with someone from the other side.
- What makes you say that? - Who isn't? We have a call from Anna Marie in Pflugerville.
Anna Marie what's your question? - Hey.
What's up? Uh, Abbott sent me.
You can go.
I'll take Jane home when he's done.
- Oh, no, I'm okay.
- No.
Forget it.
You're beat.
Go home.
All right.
It was shortly after my mother died.
I was at home alone and I went into the room We have another call here from hmm, Lazarus.
Welcome to the show.
Lazarus, interesting name.
He rose from the dead.
So I hear.
What's your question, Lazarus? What else do you know about the man the FBI is hunting? Well, I can't tell you everything I know.
- Why not? - Well, it's an ongoing investigation.
The case is still open.
Why are you interested? Do you have information on the man? - You're the one who knows everything.
- I never said that.
But you claim to be in contact with the spirit world.
- Boss, are you hearing this? - Yes, we are.
- Wylie, how long until you trace the call? - Need another minute.
Make sure Jane keeps him talking, okay? If you're not, why would the police want your help? I get the feeling that you know more about this case than you're saying.
If that's so, you should probably share.
Why? So we can catch him.
What if I don't want him caught? Well, why would you feel that way? I spoke to someone like you once before.
- Really? Who? - He was a complete fake.
You could practically see it written on him.
We didn't release what was on the body.
Nobody knows that except us and the killer.
That's our guy.
- That's our guy.
What's that address? - Hmm.
- Interesting.
- What? He's not calling from a cell phone.
He's calling from a landline, normal phone.
- That's the address, right? - Yeah.
Call downstairs, we need backup.
When we left, you suggested that you'd dealt with another psychic who wasn't on the up-and-up.
Are you a skeptic now? No, I believe in spirits.
Very much.
Just not everybody who claims to be in touch with them.
Any spirits in particular? You tell me.
Who haunts you? Me? Uh, nobody.
Must be spirits in your life.
Well, fortunately they leave me alone.
You still haven't told me whose spirit you're trying to connect with.
I have to go now.
Hold on.
Lazarus? Hello? It seems the caller has gone.
We're gonna take a minute for a station ID.
We'll be right back with Night Talk on KPQC.
- Abbott, what's happening? - Something's wrong.
He's not here.
He rigged the phone.
We don't know where he is.
I don't know what he's doing, but I don't like it.
Get out of there and head back to the office.
- We'll meet you there.
- Okay.
- Cho called, he said - Yeah, I heard.
Let's go.
Hey, we're doing a show.
Hey! What happened to you? I was listening, it got cut off.
Yeah, the call was a ruse.
He's planning something.
You need to get back to the office as soon as you can.
Did you leave the door of the Airstream open? No.
Why? - It's open.
- Okay, stop.
Don't go anywhere near it.
Don't do anything until someone else gets there.
That could take forever.
I'm gonna check it out.
Yeah, fine.
But you're not hanging up.
Jane, we have to go.
Just Jane.
Teresa, what's going on? There's nobody in here.
I guess we left it open.
Okay, get back to the office.
All right, I'll see you there.
Let's go.
Thank you for coming in.
An hour and a half ago two agents were attacked by a man who we believe is responsible for 10 murders in the past year.
This man.
Agent Richard Tork is in the hospital.
I've been told that he's gonna be all right.
Patrick Jane, however, has been abducted by this man and is still being held.
So as of right now no one goes home.
No one takes a nap or a coffee break until Patrick Jane is returned and this man is arrested.
Agent Cho will have your assignments.
We found the truck parked a few blocks away.
We assume the suspect switched vehicles.
All right.
We need a team to sweep security and traffic cameras.
Elias, that's yours.
We also need fingerprint DNA evidence from the truck.
- Merrick.
- You warned me, and I didn't listen.
And I am sorry.
He could've killed Jane, but he took him.
So that means he wants something.
And there is no one better at exploiting a situation like that than Jane.
I hope you're right.
Water? - No, thanks.
- Suit yourself.
Do you know who I am? - Lazarus.
- That's right.
You expect me to call you that? Don't be funny.
Well, you're the one that came up with the name.
Interesting place.
Could do with a little update.
I saw you on TV.
You said you know things hear things.
Prove it.
It doesn't work like that.
You did it on TV.
Different circumstances.
You can't just You can't just make it happen.
The other one said something like that.
You know who I mean? - Sure.
- So I tested him.
He was a liar.
Are you a liar? - No.
Prove it.
- Hi.
- Tork.
Please, go home.
- I'm okay.
- This isn't your fault.
Any of us had been there, same thing would've happened.
Yeah, but I was there.
I'll be at my desk.
- I might have something.
- What? Jane said the killer was doing something weird with the blood.
I've been looking into local black magic and occult connections.
- Find anything? It's hard to find someone who doesn't sound like a killer.
But one place keeps cropping up, a bookstore called The Grimoire.
- The Grim what? - Grimoire.
- It's a magical textbook.
- People interested in this stuff go there.
Maybe the killer did too.
Seemed worth checking out.
It's only three miles from where the bodies were buried.
Most of Austin is three miles from where the bodies were buried.
We appreciate the effort, but it sounds thin.
We don't have the time to waste.
Jane would go.
He'd say, "Do the usual thing, you get the usual result.
" Which in this case is him dead.
Okay, Wylie.
Let's go check it out.
This is your father's house, not yours.
Your spirit tell you that? No, the furniture.
Your mother died when you were very young.
You were raised by your father.
He was strict.
But you feel now that you deserved it.
He was right to punish you.
Who's telling you that? It's what I'm getting from you.
What else? You didn't have any friends when you were a kid.
You usually ate alone.
Not because people wouldn't sit with you, but because you were disgusted by the sounds they made when they ate.
Sometimes other people don't feel real to you.
They're like robots wearing human skin.
What do I do for a living? You're an exterminator.
But again, it doesn't feel real.
It's like a movie being projected on a screen.
That's impressive.
Thank you.
But I don't need to know about me.
I want contact with another.
I don't sense any spirits here.
No, you're wrong.
The spirit is here.
If you don't know that, then you're a fraud.
- No, I'm not.
- Just like the other one.
- I'm not a fraud.
- You're a liar and a cheat.
You take it easy.
No, ma'am.
The job's finished.
No, it's Okay.
I'll address that, I'll be right over.
I'll be back.
- Hey.
- What? Uh, I could I could use that water.
Thank you.
- Kelis Weir.
- Kelis.
- Yes.
- We're with the FBI.
Forget it.
I'm not collaborating with religious persecutors.
- What persecutors? - We just wanna ask some questions.
You say that, then you start in with your western morality.
- Not fooling me twice.
- What do you mean? A while back, some guy comes in and starts asking about Santeria.
I tell him some friends are performing a ritual.
Oh, he shows up with 10 cops.
Arrests everybody for animal abuse.
- Animal abuse? - People cut up a million chickens a day.
They put testicle-sized chunks in a fryer, call it commerce.
My friends use one for an ancient and sacred ritual and I go to jail? Hey, you're just all a bunch of Judeo-Christian, jackbooted thugs as far as I'm concerned.
- Wylie, this is a waste of time.
- Hold on.
Kelis has a point.
- She was duped, that isn't fair.
- Yeah.
- So? - So maybe we can help you.
- How? - If you talk to us, answer some questions we'll lean on Austin P.
To reduce your charges.
- Why would they do that? - This serial killer case we're working on.
The mayor, Austin P.
, they want him in custody fast.
If you help us, they'll owe us, and we can use that to help you.
He's right.
- What do you wanna know? - We're looking for someone who uses blood.
- A lot of people do that.
What kind of blood? - Human blood.
Okay, that's different.
Those people do not come in here.
- I'm a little too vanilla for them.
- Where do they go? The web, mostly.
There's a site called Blackmore.
Hard-cores, they go there.
- I've been looking, I haven't found that one.
- Because you gotta go deep web.
You can't even find the site without the IP.
Can you give that to us? You really gonna talk to Austin P.
D? - You really gonna help me? - Yes.
Give me a minute.
It's not bad, huh? The Blackmore site is huge.
It's the eBay of the deeply weird.
There are sections on vampirism, self-vivisection - Self-vivisection? - Cutting yourself open.
- Okay.
- How does this help us find Jane? Well, there's also a section on blood sorcery.
Magical things you can do with blood.
You're supposed to use your own blood, but 15 months ago there was a discussion on harvesting blood from other people.
- About 20 people were involved.
- Why would you harvest blood? Because you need a lot.
Fifteen months ago, that was right around the time our guy made his first kill.
He could be one of them.
Can we get their names? Screennames they use are super protected, however I was able to dig one out.
A guy named Alan Saltonstall, a college professor in San Marcos.
- Let's go pick him up.
- Sure.
- What do they do with the blood? - A couple of things.
But the one that gets the most discussion is a ritual that binds a spirit.
- Bind? How? - If you have a corpse you can bind the spirit of a dead person by giving blood to their body.
That way, the spirit never leaves.
- Where are we with the search warrant? - On its way to the judge.
- Is that Saltonstall? - Yeah.
Why not talk to him? He requested an attorney.
He's on his way now.
This guy could be torturing Jane.
We don't have time for this.
- Sorry, Lisbon.
- Let me talk to him.
Look, the guy's lawyering up.
Let me talk to him.
I already told them, I won't say anything without my lawyer present.
I don't care.
- You're hiding something.
- What? I never would've noticed something like this but I've been working with somebody who's good at seeing into people.
What they're thinking, feeling.
I can tell there's something you're worried we're gonna find out about you.
That's ridiculous.
I'm guessing it has something to do with the black magic.
Something violent or sexual, maybe both.
But judging by how freaked out you are, I'd say it's something really bad.
I am not freaked out.
And my interests, such as they are, are purely academic.
- I don't know what you're doing - Shut up.
I don't care what kind of kinky stuff you're into.
I have a friend who's in danger and maybe you can help save him.
It's possible he's being held by somebody from that blood group of yours.
- I want their names.
- I don't know any names.
It's an online community and - I shouldn't even be talking to you.
- You're lying, I can tell.
You have names.
You've met them, some of them.
I don't think you understand how important this is to me.
You give me a name, you can walk out right now.
You don't, and I will dig up every dirty secret you have.
- You'll what? - I will tell everybody you know.
Your co-workers, your friends, your family.
You are not gonna be able to hide.
You You're threatening me? It's not a threat, it's a promise.
You You can't.
That's That's illegal.
My boss is right back there.
Tell him.
Get me fired, ruin my career.
I don't care.
I want those names.
- Gave me eight names, can't remember the rest.
- Good work.
How do we know he's not the killer? Checked his credit card statements.
He was out of the country.
Okay, we'll go out in pairs.
I'll text you the names, track them down, see if they're connected.
If you find a live one, let the rest of the team know fast.
He's here.
Your father.
Big Joe.
That's who you wanna get in touch with, right? He says thank you for keeping him.
For taking care of him.
The passing over was hard, but now he's good.
His back doesn't hurt anymore.
He feels better now than he ever did when Dr.
Hannigan was feeding him his meds.
There's doubt in you.
- L I mean - Put it aside if If you doubt, then I lose the connection with him.
- I won't be able to communicate with him.
- Okay.
He says there's a Lake A Lake Rickasee? Pickasee.
He didn't catch a fish that day.
Now you, you caught a fish.
A small one.
He wants to know why you're keeping him here.
There's something in me.
A voice.
When it starts, I can't ignore it.
I can't think about anything else.
Until I go out find someone.
And then it goes away again.
For a while.
Is that your voice, Daddy? Is that you in me? Are you sending me out? Am I doing this for you? - He's saying something.
- What? I can't It's not clear.
- It's not - No.
Yeah, I'm I'm so I'm sorry.
L He's He's gone.
Get him back.
I can't.
I need I need an hour.
- Get him back.
I need an hour.
I just I need to rest.
This is how this works.
Hey, can I have some of that gum, please? Thank you.
We're looking for a man named Joseph Keller, Jr.
Records show his last known address was in an apartment building that you manage, Ms.
But then he moved out? Yeah, Keller, weird guy.
Yeah, I think he moved like two years ago.
- Did he leave a forwarding address? - No.
He said something about his dad being sick.
Can you remember anything else about him? Where he worked? Some exterminator company.
Do you know the name of the company or address? Maybe.
I think he sent me an e-mail about it.
Want me to hire him.
Do you want me to look for it? - That would be wonderful.
Thank you.
- Okay.
I know it's in here.
While you're looking, we're just gonna step outside.
- Any news? - Not yet, sorry.
- I did find out something weird about Keller.
- What? Not Keller Jr.
But his father, Joseph Keller, Sr.
Fifteen years ago, there was a string of killings in the area.
Local P.
Took a hard look at Keller Sr.
, really liked him for them.
But they only had a circumstantial case, never found any conclusive evidence.
- Keller's father was a serial killer.
- Sounds like it.
- What happened? - I don't know.
Case went cold.
Three years ago, he falls off the map.
He had a house not too far out of town, near Lake Pickasee.
Check the house.
I'll wait until she finds a work address.
It's been an hour.
- He's here.
- He What? He came back when you were gone.
He wants to talk to you.
He's in there.
He wants to talk to me? That's right.
If you want answers, they're in that room.
You could go in or not it's up to you.
Do you smell gas? No.
Jane? Jane? Are you in here? Jane? Are you here? Jane? Jane.
Can you stand up? Come on, let's get you up.
I got you.
Come on.
Don't you ever do that to me again, ever.
- And sign here Mm-hm.
and here and here - There.
and here.
That's it.
It's all yours.
Now, usually, this is where I hand over the keys, but there aren't any.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
Thank you so much.
You're very welcome.
- Bye.
- Bye-bye.
You Agent Tork? Yeah, you guys done looking around? Because we're sitting on our hands.
There's nothing we could find.
It's a mess in there, but structure's sound.
- Your people can go in.
Have fun.
- Thanks.
All right, listen up.
It's been reported there are two bodies in the basement of this house.
There may also be evidence pertaining to as many as 10 homicides committed by the recently deceased individual known as Lazarus.
Joseph Keller.
We wanna put these cases to bed.
So that means break out the fine-tooth combs.
Let's go.
How's your head? - Oh, hey.
- Hi.
It's fine.
My ears are still ringing a little, but, uh, just getting ready for the remodel.
- I brought sandwiches.
- Those are magic words.
Come with me.
Is it me, or does it seem like the house slants a little bit to the left? Optical illusion.
You're not wearing your wedding ring.
I'm not married.
The ground is slant-y, so it makes the structure look like it's leaning but it is, in fact, not.
It's just an optical illusion.
"Slant-y," huh? Yeah.
Technical term.
This ring has been with me for a very long time and it has obvious significance with my past.
It also represents meeting you.
If I didn't have this ring I would never have met you.
So in a sense, uh it has the potential to represent my future as well.
And I'm not expecting you would ever wear it but I wanna share it with you and I want it to represent our future together.
I want you to be my wife.
Will you marry me? Okay.
- Yes.
- Yes.
- Oh, yeah.
- Excellent.
I'm glad that's dealt with.
I was a little nervous.
Oh, come on.
You knew I was gonna say yes.
Even after all these years, you're still a mystery to me.
- I am? - Thank you.
Hey, guys.
How's the Lazarus case going? Keller's house is being processed now.
Tork's on scene.
- We're just squaring away the paperwork.
- Oh, good.
Good, good, good.
Uh Do you guys need anything? Can I help? Mm, no, not really.
Old job's over.
New job hasn't begun.
You know, I'm just spinning my wheels here.
- Hey.
- Hey, guys.
So, um we wanted you to be the first to know.
Um, yeah.
We're getting married.
- Hey.
- Yes.
- I told you.
- No, you didn't.
- Congratulations.
- Oh, man.
- That's awesome.
- That's wonderful.
- When's the big day? - Ah, no big day.
I don't want any wedding fuss.
Oh, we're just gonna slip away quietly in the next couple of days.
All right.
It's not unusual to be loved by anyone It's not unusual to have fun with anyone But when I see you hanging about With anyone It's not unusual to see me cry I wanna die It's not unusual - Hi.
How are you? - Good.
How are you? Nice day.
If you should ever want To be loved by anyone Thank you.
Have a nice day.
It's not unusual Oh, my Lord.
Sir? I'm good.
That darn barbecue, I swear.
These are two for one, right? - Hey, that's awesome.
- Hey.
Hey, even this guy's happy about it, right? Yeah.
Congrats, sis.
Hey, congratulations.
Somebody went number two.
- Thanks.
- Yeah.
So anyway, did you tell, uh? Did you tell Tommy yet? He's chasing a bail jumper in Alaska.
I left him a message.
Well, you snooze, you lose.
Gonna miss him at the bachelor party though.
There is no bachelor party.
We're getting married the day after tomorrow.
Just me, Jane and a justice of the peace.
No big wedding.
No guests.
- Uh - Oh.
But family, right? Yeah.
- Yeah, family.
It's just us.
We wanna get married quietly.
Well, so we'll be quiet, but we're gonna be there, T.
No arguments.
Hey, Stan.
Hold it.
It's her deal, her choice.
You know, she wants to do it that way, then let her do it.
- What are you saying, you mook? - Guys, come on.
If we're not there, Mom's gonna spin in her grave like a crankshaft.
- Oh, my God.
- She'll be crying that our only sister Would you can it please, Stan? Teresa just said she don't want us there.
Why would you wanna be there if she doesn't want us there? You're a sad, bitter man, Jimmy Lisbon.
- I smile through it.
- Don't you ever - I smile through the sadness.
- He's doing it again.
- I got strong Aah! - Ever since he was little.
- It just It cuts the air flow - Oh, yeah.
- Don't worry.
- Don't worry about what? You're worried that I'm gonna be upset because you invited your brothers.
- How did you know that? - When we're married, will you stop asking that? It's okay, isn't it? - They're family.
- Thank you.
- It means a lot to them.
- Of course.
Since my brothers are coming it feels funny not to invite just a couple of members from the team.
No, no.
You know what? You're right.
We should keep it small.
- Small, just my brothers.
- Yeah.
Fine, invite away.
We're gonna need a few more guests just to dilute the alcohol content.
- Thank you.
- Just three or four though.
Where do we draw the line? Well, that's why we decided not to invite anyone.
I know.
I know.
I'm sorry.
It's just Here we are, and - Here we are.
- What? Heh-heh.
Oh, look.
I'm just gonna surrender to fate.
All right? So be it.
Big, huge, massive wedding.
How does eight or nine very close friends at the courthouse? Nine or 10, and then we can go to O'Malley's Bar afterwards.
Twelve tops.
Or we could go to a restaurant.
No big deal.
It's not like we're hiring a caterer.
We don't have a gift registry.
- Where are you going? - Well, I have to get you a ring.
- I already have one.
- That is for us.
You need one for you.
- I do? - You do.
Shouldn't I come with you? Isn't that how you're supposed to do it? No, we'd bicker.
Besides, I have better taste.
- You think you do.
- You'll see.
- Nothing too gauche.
- Bye.
- Hey, boss.
- Hey.
The less I have to do, the more coffee I drink.
So do you and Lena wanna come and watch us get married? Oh.
Well, Lena went to a trade conference in Prague but, uh, I'd be honored.
I thought you weren't having any guests.
Well, we kind of changed our minds.
Just a few people.
- Dozen, 15.
- All right.
I'm there.
- Where and when? - We don't know yet.
It's nothing fancy.
Well, you have to have it at our house.
I insist.
- We have the perfect spot for a casual wedding.
- Really? Mm.
I'd be thrilled.
That is so nice of you.
- What's up? - Some surprise, huh? I didn't see the wedding thing coming.
Wasn't that hard to guess.
Something on your mind? No.
Well, actually, yes.
Someone might get in touch with you about me requesting a transfer.
I just wanted you to hear it from me first.
- Transfer where? - Salt Lake.
Office there is starting a cyber-crime initiative.
They're looking for people.
It's desk work, but it's more my speed, I think.
Let's face it.
I didn't do that well when we were going after Keller.
It's not easy being in the bullpen.
Michelle's desk is right there, and Anyway, I think a change of pace would be good.
Plus you're gonna be rebuilding the team.
This will pretty much give you a blank slate.
- Come here.
- What? Come here.
Ow! - Stop feeling sorry for yourself.
- I'm not.
You are.
You made some mistakes going after Keller? Welcome to the club.
I bat.
300 on a good day.
You miss Vega.
Then remember who she was.
She'd never run away from a challenge like this, and neither should you.
And you're right.
I have to rebuild the team, and I'll start with people that I know and trust.
So stick around.
Or what, you'll hit me again? I'm asking you to stay, Wylie.
Okay, good.
Check in with Tork.
- I wanna know what's going on at the house.
- Sure, and Cho.
No problem.
This is the ring we sent you a picture of.
It was my grandmother's.
Anne's dad gave it to me to propose with.
Which is sweet, but it's not really me.
You know? So we thought maybe we could take the diamond out, put it in a necklace.
- Of course.
May l? May I see it? - Oh, yeah.
Let me get my loupe.
We'll just need to take a closer look at the stone.
- Excuse me, sir.
- I'm helping another customer right now.
Give them back their ring right now, or I will be forced to shoot you.
Don't worry.
Just kidding.
I don't even carry a real gun.
- I have a lot of close friends do though.
- What's happening? All will be revealed.
Their ring is in your right hand.
- Sir, you've made a mistake.
Got the ring here.
- That's a replica.
- A replica? - He did a French drop to swap the valuable ring with a cheap replica.
French drop is a sleight-of-hand move.
Not important.
That ring never belonged to your grandmother and it's not a real diamond.
- Is that true? - Of course not.
He would study the ring that he just gave you, then break the sad news that your grandma's ring is a phony, and you'd be none the wiser.
Ha, ha.
This is insane.
Then you won't mind opening up your right hand, will you? Open up your right hand, please, sir.
Holy moly.
Thank you for your assistance, folks.
I'll take it from here.
- Uh - Don't worry, ma'am.
The real ring is in your hand.
- Good day to you.
- Thank you.
My pleasure.
So, my crooked friend - Today is your lucky day.
- Is it? Well, on a normal day you'd be off to the pokey now, but as it happens I'm in the market for a diamond ring.
- Oh.
- Oh.
So show me your very best selection, please, and, sir if I see any glass the cuffs will come out.
Nothing too gauche.
- What's up? - Tork just called in from the crime scene.
No intact corpses in the basement but a lot of body parts, badly burned and fragmented.
Have them rush the DNA test.
Pull some strings if you have to.
- Why the rush? - Still got a lot of media interest.
The bosses wanna announce we got the guy.
For that, we need the coroner's reports.
- So let's get on it.
- Okay.
Right away.
Hey, did Abbott give you the news? We're having a real wedding at his house.
- He did.
- You're gonna be there, right? Of course.
I could use your help if you're not too busy.
What's that? What do you think? Makes you look short.
Snow cone.
Slutty elf.
You want a simple piece with clean lines.
Maybe something vintage.
What he said.
Thank you for doing this.
I asked you along because you'd be honest.
I had no idea you were such a fashion expert.
Not me.
My mom could run up a designer gown before breakfast.
Cut her cloth by eye.
My mom had a sewing machine, but it was always in hock.
She'd be very proud of you.
Looking like this? Very proud.
Thank you, Kimball.
All right, good night, Wade.
And, uh, tell Shaniqua I said thanks for the fan mail.
Excuse me.
I don't have any change, man.
Hey, hey, hey.
Okay, okay, okay.
Uh Ahem.
Here, look, you can take it.
You can take it.
Get in the car.
Do as I say and you won't get hurt.
Stop the vehicle.
Very slowly.
No one gets hurt.
Put the car in park, and get out.
Give me your phone.
All right.
I promise.
What's the passcode? There isn't any.
Oh, God.
I only got about 20 bucks in it.
Just let me keep my driver's license.
I don't wanna have to go to the DMV.
Here you go.
Thank you.
Aah! No, no, no! No, no, no! Agh! - Tork.
- Patrick Jane, please.
I'm sorry, he's not in.
This is Dan Glover from Austin Today.
I interviewed Jane recently about this whole Lazarus case.
Sure, I remember you.
Just wanna do a quick follow-up.
Is he available? I'm afraid, uh, you'll have to wait a few days.
He's out of the office for a while.
Can you tell me where to find him? Take a few moments.
I'd say he's pretty unfindable at the moment.
He's getting married in a few days.
- Married? - Yeah.
I can, uh, take a message.
Tell him you called.
No need.
If I just remembered how tedious this aspect of the marriage is I might not have asked you.
- Shush.
Seriously, I'm only on page two.
You know, I can just give you the ring, and we could elope.
Don't be mean.
No take-backs.
I could give you this, and we could be in Fiji by nightfall.
There are people coming.
We're getting married, damn it.
- Suit yourself.
- You got a ring? - Yes, I did.
- Hmm.
- You gonna show it to me? - You wanna see it? - Show me.
- Ah-ah-ah! Ah.
Oh, my God.
It's not real.
You scared me.
It's funny.
- Of course it's real.
- It's real? Real.
Oh, my Are you out of your mind? Do you like it? Well, it's gorgeous, but it's too much.
I can't accept it.
You can accept it, and you will.
It's yours.
I want you to have it.
- What is the justice of the peace's name? - Emily Hamilton.
Emily Hamilton.
- Oh, my - Let's file this sucker.
All right.
We'll need confirmation that the ceremony has been performed within 72 hours or you will need to refile.
Who said romance is dead? I can't take this.
Not yet, you can't.
- At least, let me try it on.
- Not yet.
But we don't even know if it fits.
Yes, Wylie, did we invite you yet? - No, not yet.
- Well, here it is.
Abbott's house, 12:00, Saturday.
Try not to spread it.
We're keeping it small.
I don't wanna hurt anybody's feelings.
I got you.
Is there a gift registry? Uh, no gifts.
- Is there a trousseau? - I don't know.
What is that exactly? Never mind.
You're coming back to work, right? Here? Heh.
I think so.
Why are you whispering? Lisbon, hey.
Someone's trying to reach you.
Oh, my God.
- Hey, boss.
- Hi.
- I'll talk to you guys later.
Okay? - It is so good to see you guys.
- Right back at you.
- Well, the news is spreading fast through the CBI grapevine.
It's true, isn't it? - It's true.
Well, we had to call and say congratulations.
So you and Jane, huh? We always knew.
We always knew? I always knew.
How are the kids? - Uh, sticky, mostly.
- The kids are great.
It's short notice, but you guys have got to come out for the wedding.
It's Saturday.
Oh, my gosh.
Of course.
We'd love to.
It'll take a little child-care juggling, but we can swing it.
Worst comes to worse, we'll bring the monkeys.
Keep them locked in the rental car.
- Will not.
- I'm kidding.
- But seriously, we wouldn't miss it.
- Mommy! I gotta go.
We'll see you soon.
I'll send you the details.
Take care.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven Okay, you guys are all set.
Should be in the mail three to five days.
Excuse me.
I need to fill out a marriage license.
Um, usually, there's two of you.
She's running late.
I'll get started.
Well, uh, paperwork is in the end tray.
Just fill that out.
We need both of you here, plus ID.
I see.
Will do.
City clerk's office.
Please hold.
Thanks for holding.
Yes, how may I help you? No, ma'am.
You can't file online.
Until 6, but we're closed from 12 to 1.
You're welcome.
Looks like she stood me up.
Bad omen for a wedding, huh? Abbott.
Can I run something by you? Yeah.
Spot-DNA tests came back from the Keller house.
So far, all of the recovered body parts belonged to Joe Senior.
None for junior.
They found his gun but not him.
Oh, damn.
It could be that he was at the epicenter of the explosion and was vaporized.
There's a strong possibility that Keller, a.
Lazarus, is still alive.
- Damn.
- I let Austin P.
We're putting out a BOLO to all the local hospitals.
Wylie's putting together a KA list.
I'll have agents set up shop at them.
- Well, did you put out a wire, just in case? - He runs for the border.
All right.
Well, it seems like you have everything handled.
- I don't know if I should tell Jane and Lisbon.
- Good question.
I wouldn't.
We don't have enough to be sure and they're in a good space right now.
If Lisbon found out that this case isn't closed, it's likely that she'll cancel the wedding and join the hunt.
There's plenty of time to tell them after.
But if he's still alive You know, Keller's unpredictable and Jane did try to kill him.
You know, just in case, why don't we put some bodies at the wedding? Just to keep an eye out.
And it's my house, so I'll arrange it.
- You sure? - Yeah.
Something to keep me busy.
Abbott said it's up to you, but you'd probably prefer to hold the ceremony outside.
- There isn't really a room inside big enough.
- How many people are we talking about? A lot of people are talking about it.
Well, I've only invited like 15 people.
Well, more like 25 that I know and I don't think people are waiting for, like, a printed invitation seeing as there isn't one.
- But, hey, on the plus side, you're popular, girl.
- Is that what all these tables are for? Abbott thought they'd be useful.
Don't worry.
He's covering the rental and the bartender.
And the caterer.
I guess they're his wedding gift.
Here's the menu.
- There's a caterer? - Yeah.
It's fine.
Abbott's loaded.
I mean, look at this house.
- I think his wife cleaned up in the private sector.
- Wow.
Here we are.
All right.
Everybody out.
- Hey, Teresa.
- Hey.
We're here.
- We're here.
- Hi.
Wow, you all came.
- So many people.
- Yeah.
Sure we came.
We're gonna let our sister down? Congratulations.
- Thanks.
- Say hi to your Aunt Teresa.
- Who is this? - Oh, T, this is Lucy, my fiancée.
Lucy, Teresa.
I am so freaked out to meet you at last.
We're gonna be sisters.
Yay! It's a long story.
So you're all here.
Welcome to Austin.
Looks like we brought the weather with us.
Ha, ha! - I'm sorry.
I'm freaking out right now.
- We got that.
- You all came.
- Yeah.
You already said that, T.
- Jason, Jason, come here.
- Okay.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
Uh, excuse me, sir.
We have an odd coincidence or not.
Austin P.
Got a missing person's report on a local television reporter named Dan Glover.
- The one that interviewed Jane? - Yeah.
Left work Thursday night.
Hasn't been seen since.
Weird thing is he called here around the time he was last seen.
I spoke to him.
He said he wanted to interview Jane again.
I said he was unavailable, because he was getting married.
So you're not even sure if you spoke to Glover? No, I mean, I was certain at the time.
- Obviously, it was his caller ID, but now - So we assume Keller's alive, looking for Jane.
How many agents we gonna have at the wedding? Four, but now, I think we should probably have more.
At least 10.
Gonna need eyes on the front and back yards and surrounding neighborhoods.
Chopper on standby in case we need to pursue.
Yes, sir, but wouldn't it be wiser to just postpone the wedding? Postpone the wedding? We're the FBI.
There is that upside we can use the wedding as bait.
Kind of.
I'm gonna go check on the chopper.
Still think we shouldn't tell Jane and Lisbon? We're the FBI.
Just like you said.
We can handle it.
- Abbott.
- Hmm? Yeah.
What were you and Cho and Tork huddled about? Nothing special.
Nothing special that's keeping you here when you could be in Prague with your wife? You know, she doesn't need me around.
- I get in the way.
- Heh-heh.
You're lying to me.
I won't pursue the point because you would tell me if it was something important.
Oh, yeah.
Of course.
If I thought that it was something that we couldn't handle.
You know, um I've been getting some calls about you.
My bosses wanna know if you're sticking around.
- That's a good question.
- Hmm.
All right.
Well, no pressure.
But if you're going, there is some legal stuff that we need to handle.
To expunge that deal we made.
- The napkin.
- Mm-hm.
I'm getting married tomorrow.
Then I'm building a house and beyond that, I genuinely have no idea.
And I can't do this job forever but it's gonna be tough to give up.
It's hard giving up making a difference, huh? No, everyone makes a difference.
Hard to give up the chase.
Oh, yeah.
That it is.
So you, uh let me know when you know.
- I will.
It has been very good working with you, Patrick.
You too, Dennis.
I really appreciate your honesty.
I love you for that.
Thank you.
You got me.
I was lying.
There is something I need to talk to you about.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Nice flowers.
- Mm.
They're centerpieces.
It's a sylvan theme.
Sylvan theme.
All right.
Cool, I guess.
How many people are actually coming to this thing? Nobody knows exactly.
How did this happen? This is not what I wanted.
I like the sylvan theme.
We should've just eloped like you said.
- What about your family? - They wouldn't care.
I just talked to them at the hotel.
They found the minibar.
They're like cavemen arguing over a dead antelope.
Well, uh let's run.
Huh? We'll tell nobody.
Just the judge.
I'll have her meet us at our little cabin tomorrow morning.
- The cabin? - Just us.
- You think the judge would do that? - Sure.
She's driving in from San Antonio tonight.
Change of venue makes no difference to her.
- What about the witnesses? - We'll get someone.
A park ranger.
You know what? Let's do it.
It's our life, damn it.
I love you.
Thank you.
I'm gonna go get my dress and go to the Airstream.
I'll meet you there.
Well, there's another very good reason why we should elope.
All right? Keller is apparently still alive, and he's mad at me for some reason.
- Oh, my God.
- Yeah.
So Cho and his people are gonna stake out this house.
When Keller shows up, they'll nab him.
You were gonna withhold this information and deprive me of a guilt-free elopement? - I just told you.
- You almost didn't.
From now on, we need to be 100 percent honest with each other.
- I agree with you 100 percent.
- Okay.
I'm gonna go get my dress.
- Fire up the Airstream.
- You go, girl.
Hi, Judge Hamilton? Patrick Jane.
Uh, there's been a change of venue.
No problem, Mr.
If you just text me the exact address and perhaps a decent motel nearby.
I'll see you tomorrow.
We got four agents on the roof, five dressed as catering and valet service six on the perimeter and six undercover mobiles covering the approach roads.
When the guests get here, I'll gather them inside and explain the situation.
Most of them are law enforcement, so they'll understand.
What is it, Wylie? Office got a call off the BOLO from a clerk at the South Austin Registry Office.
A man with extensive burns came in, pretended to fill out a form.
The clerk thinks he may have taken a peek at the marriage license forms on her desk.
- So that confirms it.
He is coming.
- We got it covered.
Why so anxious, Wylie? I know all the state forms from working downtown.
The marriage form doesn't ask where the wedding is.
It just asks who the officiant is.
- Well, that's the judge.
- Yeah.
- Hey, you.
- Hi.
Well, no matter what happens from this point on we have to promise each other that we will always look at the bright side.
I promise.
Me too.
Drop the gun.
See how much better things turn out when you're honest with me? Thank you.
Let's do this.
No hard feelings.
Patrick, do you take Teresa to be your lawful wedded wife to have and to hold in sickness and health for better or for worse till death do you part? I sure do.
And you, Teresa do you take Patrick to be your lawful wedded husband to have and to hold in sickness and health for better or for worse till death do you part? I do.
Then by the power granted me by the State of Texas I declare you husband and wife.
You may kiss the bride.
Ladies and gentlemen, Patrick and Teresa.
- Who else is gonna hug me? Come on.
- Hey.
In the key that our souls were singing As we danced in the night Remember How the stars stole the night away Ba-de-ya, say do you remember Ba-de-ya, dancing in September Ba-de-ya, never was a cloudy day My thoughts are with you Holding hands with your heart to see you Only blue talk and love Remember How we knew love was here to stay Now December How you feeling? I am so happy.
Me too.
Me too.
There's something I need to tell you.
No, you're kidding me.
I'm not kidding.
You are? I am.

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