The Rookie (2018) s04e09 Episode Script


1 Previously on "The Rookie" I would like to formally give my endorsement for union rep, John Nolan.
Dad was a monster.
Dad's dying.
I'm really sorry about today.
I'm still not going to see him.
La Fiera took Angela.
I need to know where she's holding her.
No problem.
I'll do whatever it takes to get her back.
You work for me now.
Making a deal with Elijah was the only way that I could get you home safe.
- Well, you're not becoming a C.
- I.
I will do everything humanly possible to keep him safe.
We can't screw this up.
We won't.
7-Adam-15, Code 4.
Suspect is in custody.
- Are you looking at engagement rings? - Maybe - What do you think of this one? - Oh, for Bailey? Oh, my God.
- Are you going to propose? - Uh, maybe.
I mean, I'm thinking about it.
I-I know we haven't been dating very long No, what matters is how you feel, and-and I've never seen you happier.
Me and my lady got hitched after three weeks, and we're still going strong.
- When you know, you know.
- Exactly.
The only thing I don't know, is what kind of ring she would like.
But that's that's pretty, right? No one wears emerald cut anymore.
There's a reason I left that behind.
Was Henry excited when you told him? Henry.
They haven't even met.
I can't think about proposing until I get his blessing.
Invite them both over for dinner.
He's in Japan through Christmas.
Oh, you know what? This is good, it'll give you time to plan the proposal, and I know of a photographer - that's not too expensive.
- A photographer for a proposal? I could hook you up with the choreographer - that designed mine.
- Choreographer? Okay, um, see I was just thinking about going to a nice restaurant, and, you know Asking.
Let's workshop it, back at the station.
Come on.
Oh, I see what you're doing there.
You asked me, to help decorate your tree.
Yes, that was to trick you into staying for a few more days.
No trickery required.
You know, in spite of myself, I have really enjoyed this whole being taken care of thing the last few weeks.
And now that my leg is feeling better, I want to start making it up to you.
Well, while I like the sound of that, it's really Really not necessary.
I mean, that's one of the many built-in perks of being in a healthy relationship.
Which, by the way, do you still feel you're terrible at intimacy? I may have graduated to mediocre.
Oh, I'd say you're at least intermediate, if not proficient.
- Oh.
- By the way, Henry's supposed to call this morning.
I was hoping the two of you could talk and finally get a chance to know one another.
I would love that, but it's my first day back from medical, and I can't be late.
Speaking of Is he free tonight? Uh, well, he might be in meetings.
Tonight is tomorrow, for him, I think? I don't know.
I keep forgetting how the time change works.
Okay, another day then.
I'm so sorry, I have to go, - and tell Henry I said hi, okay? - Okay.
- Bye.
- See ya.
Oh, um, there's, uh Hey.
Hey, Dad.
Sorry I'm late.
- Dinner ran a little long.
- Uhm No, no problem.
How's Japan? Well, Nolan says an open concept sells better, so I'm thinking we, take out this wall, and then move on to the kitchen.
Do you remember how Mom used to make us pose by the window, for every formal dance? Oh, my gosh.
My mom did that, too.
And I always had to have a wrist corsage.
Yes, why was that ever a thing? No No more reminiscing, this is about fixing up the house, and selling it, that's it.
What? Wait, wait, wait.
Hold on.
I mean, you guys are ending a huge chapter in your lives.
You guys need closure.
What? I said you need closure! What? You're an idiot.
Did you vote yet? The polls just opened 20 minutes ago.
- We have all week.
- I know.
Vote for change.
I just know that, low voter turnout is an epidemic in this country, and I don't want to lose to apathy.
Can I ask you something? Do you think marriage proposals have to be a big spectacle nowadays? No.
No, all those viral flash mobs are tacky.
It should be an intimate moment, not some desperate grab for likes.
Okay, that's what I thought, but, Lucy seems to think I need to plan something extravagant.
Is Lucy the one - you're proposing to? - No.
- Am I the one you're proposing to? - No.
So why are you talking to either of us, - about this? - Right.
The only person's opinion who matters is Bailey's.
Yeah, I-I'm not even sure myself yet, I'm just Testing the waters.
Well, whenever you do, make sure that you let her help you pick out a ring.
Donovan got me this massive diamond that cost a fortune, and was not my style, - at all.
- Really? One of the best things, about the divorce, was finally getting to sell that thing.
Tamara, hey.
Hey, John.
Do you know where Sergeant Grey's office is? I sure do.
The big glass one right there.
- Oh.
Thank you.
- See ya.
Ready for our interview? I am so sorry, I Something came up.
Is there any way we can reschedule to next week? Uh, my criminal sociology paper's due on Friday.
But it's fine, I'm sure whatever you're doing is way more important.
Remind me what this paper's about again.
Um, how aging affects perspectives of cops throughout their career.
And Lucy told me you'd be the perfect candidate because you're an old I'm sorry, uhh I mean veteran officer.
Follow me.
This is Tamara.
She'll be shadowing you.
You mean like a ride-along? No, not You are not to step foot outside this station with her.
Just show her around, answer her questions.
Sure thing, boss.
There's nothing I don't know about policing.
Ask me anything.
You spelled "magnet" wrong.
So, our target is Elijah Stone.
He's smart and ruthless.
Multiple agencies have tried to get listening devices in his base of operation.
Every attempt has failed.
But other agencies didn't have our ace in the hole Wesley Evers.
As Elijah's lawyer, Wesley is ideally situated to place a listening device in Elijah's main office.
Please familiarize yourself with the briefing materials and be ready to roll out in an hour.
That's it.
You don't have to do this, you know.
Yes, I do.
This is the bug you'll be planting.
Did you read the list of suggested locations I put together? I did, but I doubt I'm gonna have time to unscrew an electrical socket.
With limited time, I would focus on someplace high, or someplace low.
The most important thing is doing it safely.
Agreed, if you do not have the opportunity today, that's fine.
We can try again when you meet with him next time.
Wesley, Metro wants to go over a few things.
I know cops aren't supposed to make promises, but promise me, you'll keep him safe.
We promise.
So, you've been on the force for 30 years.
What's been the biggest challenge as you've gotten older? The change in technology? Procedure? Yes.
Hey, you ever heard of ClipTalk? I'm trying to upload a meme.
You can't be serious.
This is how you want to beat your opponent? Hell yeah.
Help me go viral, and I'll buy you a candy bar.
- Surveillance is in position.
- Copy.
Rescue Vehicle One in position.
Wesley should arrive for his meeting with Elijah in about 10 minutes.
Oh, my skip tracer just sent his report.
- Your skip tracer? - Well, yeah.
I can't use police resources to run personal background checks, so, I got a guy on retainer.
You should have one, too.
What do you got him looking for? Leverage.
I'm trying to find anything I can use to keep Donovan from getting custody and moving Lila to San Francisco.
And? - Did he find anything? - Uh, no.
Quote, "Your ex is so boring," "I am charging you double.
" You guys are so lucky.
I begged my mom and dad to have a sibling.
They got me a turtle.
Um, it was cute, but a little smelly.
Cute and smelly pretty much sums up Tim's teenage years.
You didn't miss much.
And to think I was actually excited when they brought you home from the hospital.
Little did I know.
What is it? There's, there's something in the wall.
Ooh, is it my Malibu Barbie? She's worth a lot now.
No, it's, it's metal.
What the hell is a gun doing in our wall? How long has that been back there? It's hard to say.
Look The serial number's been filed off.
That's what criminals do, right? We need to run ballistics.
Wait, you don't actually think it was used in a crime? Well, it's our job to find out.
We'll be back as soon as we can.
But it's your day off.
You said you'd help.
It won't take long.
C'mon, Chen.
I knew you'd find some excuse to leave.
Genny, this is serious.
It's fine.
Uh Hey, she's got a point.
I mean, you could've called someone to handle this.
- You still can.
- No.
A good sergeant doesn't create work for his officers.
Even on his day off.
And it's not at all about the emotions this house is stirring up? It's just a house.
- Holy crap.
- What? My skip tracer looked into Penelope, Donovan's fiancée.
She used to be an escort.
Yeah, she's, she's been lying to him this whole time.
Well, you don't know that.
She may have already told Donovan.
Or, heck, that could be how they met.
Oh no, no.
Donovan is such a prude.
If he found out, he would lose it.
And if the court found out - You'd win your case.
- It just doesn't feel right, bringing her into our fight.
And the fact that she was a sex worker has no bearing on her as a stepmom.
Neither does you doing undercover, but he's using that against you.
Sure, but using her past against her makes me just as bad as Donovan.
I can't, I-I I got to figure out something else to change his mind.
- Okay, any ideas how? - No.
Heads up.
Wesley's going in.
Elijah's expecting me.
Come in.
Sit down.
So How are we getting Reyes out of trouble? I can get the witness testimony thrown out, but the, uh, surveillance video is a whole other problem.
Looking for something? You guys paint since I was last here? No.
Room looks different.
Must be the Christmas decorations.
As I was saying, the video is a problem, but your bigger issue is, your guys don't know how to - get arrested.
- He's doing great.
They can't keep assaulting police officers.
He'll be fine.
Resisting arrest is making my life harder.
You hear that, Moreno? Our friend thinks I'm making life too hard for him.
- No, it's just - It's what, Counselor? What part of our arrangement is about making your life easier? Hmm.
Piece of unsolicited advice fire Reyes as soon as possible.
So? He punched the arresting officer.
Reyes is good people.
Reyes is a moron.
He bragged about the assault to an inmate in lockup, ended up being an informant.
Where is he? Making a run to the food bank.
Alright, when he's done, get him in here.
Someone needs a refresher course on keeping his damn mouth shut.
Now I'm hearing whispers, about a threat on the horizon, but I can't get traction on it.
That's news to me.
Well, what about your wife? Has she heard anything? Uh, I don't know, You guys are lucky to have me.
That's the signal.
Point to all units.
Friendly has given the signal.
Go ahead and initiate "Blind Eye.
" I can't make any promises, but What's going on? We may have a problem.
Get your hands up! - Get your hands up! - Hands up! - Don't move! - Hands behind your head.
Get down on your knees.
Well, that's not ours.
Never seen him before.
- Everything okay, guys? - Yeah, it's nothing.
Just, uh That's the second signal.
He's planted the bug.
Music has been deployed.
Stop units can clear.
He did it.
Now get out of there.
Well, that's it.
That's all I got for you.
He's walking out now.
Okay, good work, Counselor.
Keep me updated on Reyes.
Will do, but seriously, fire him, or teach him to keep his mouth shut.
Come walk out the lawyer.
He's ready to go.
Go again.
Boaz, do you copy? Come get the lawyer.
That's static.
The bug Wesley planted could create interference with a two-way radio.
We didn't know they use walkie-talkies in there? - Harper, come in.
- Already on it.
All units, stand by.
Be ready to breach on my go.
I can't hear you.
Come again? Can I just walk myself out? I mean, seriously, I have a meeting across town in 30 minutes.
Oh, no, no.
Slow up, Counselor.
It can wait.
This is very interesting.
You know, from what I recall, when the sirens went off, you didn't even jump.
Didn't even bother to look.
It's almost like you knew they were coming.
What the hell are you talking about? Mm.
We may need a new exterminator.
We have to go now.
Elijah's too smart to hurt Wesley while we're listening.
All units hold.
What is that? No, no, no, no.
Don't even play.
Testing, testing.
Can you hear me? Whoever you are.
Is it the FBI? The DEA? Oh, wait, no.
Of course.
What am I thinking? It's the LAPD.
I bet your lovely wife is out there listening, too, isn't she? Angie.
You out there, sweetheart? You're smart.
You know I don't say anything incriminating in front of your husband, so you turned him into a Trojan Horse to leave a bug behind.
And your little game almost worked, too.
Speaking of games, you know what my favorite is? "I Spy.
" I spy, with my little eye, a pest control van.
No, you wouldn't be in there.
That's too "Miami Vice.
" Oh.
There's a mail truck.
No, no, no.
That has to stay on the move, lest someone get suspicious.
The minivan.
Roomy enough for equipment, yet nondescript.
So, tell me, Angie, did I win the game? Of course I did.
I always win.
You know why? Because I play by the rules.
Which means I'm gonna report your husband to the California State Bar.
That's right.
I'm gonna have his law license revoked for betraying the trust of a client.
This is not over.
For you, it is.
Wesley, come on, man.
He's all yours.
I just fired him.
- Listen to me closely.
- Uh-huh.
You lay a hand on him or his family, it'll be the last thing you do as a free man.
I don't need to touch him.
He just screwed himself.
Let's go.
Walk away.
Until we meet again, Counselor.
Hey, ballistics came back on the gun we found in the wall.
- That was fast.
- Yeah, I mean, I had to buy a case of Girl Scout cookies from Derek's kid.
You're welcome.
Okay, so, the striations from the gun match up with a bullet from a homicide from 25 years ago.
The murder victim's name was Frank Ochoa.
He lived down the street.
I was 14 when he was murdered.
According to the case file, Frank's murder was the result of a suspected botched home invasion.
Well, I think we can rule that out now that we found the gun in our wall.
Do you remember anything from that night? Yeah, I had a football game.
Uh, my mom took me and Genny, and, when we got back, there were cops everywhere.
My dad hated that guy.
Your dad had an alibi.
Um, Frank's wife, Monica.
She was at the house.
He was helping her with her taxes.
Monica is not a solid alibi.
They were having an affair.
My mom didn't know - But I did.
- Uh, if If Frank discovered the affair My dad would have had motive to kill him.
That's how the gun ended up in the wall.
Okay, but why hide it in there? I mean, why not just dump it in a storm drain, - or an ocean? - I don't know.
You did good today.
Not good enough.
The radio interference wasn't your fault.
Doesn't make me any less scared.
- What's next? - We regroup, and hit this in the morning.
You two go home, cuddle Jack.
Install the VARDA system.
And get to know your security detail.
VARDA? Don't worry, it's only the most intrusive and creepy security system ever invented.
Thank you for everything.
I wish I could do more.
Why are you letting Smitty walk all over you? I'm not letting Smitty Yes, you are.
I've been here watching Smitty talk smack about you to the other officers.
I-It's obscene.
Please tell me you're planning on hitting back.
Okay, I agree it's not great, but Smitty has chosen his path, and I'm not gonna get anywhere if I resort to the same tricks he does.
But you're still not gonna get anywhere if you let this happen, either.
You could lose.
I think negativity turns off voters.
I'm gonna run a clean campaign, and apologies, I do have a call scheduled with my son.
Can we pick this up later? - Sure.
- Thank you.
Don't tell me you have more interview questions? Just one.
You want to go viral? I'll help you make the video.
What's your ClipTalk password? Hey, where you going? Monica Ochoa's in Interrogation.
I'm gonna get to the bottom of this.
Whoa, whoa.
Wait, wait, wait.
You're going to question your father's mistress? She's his alibi.
If anyone knows whether or not my dad killed her husband, - it's her.
- Yes, but you can't be the one to question her.
Look, we need to do this right.
You do it.
Thank you for coming in, Mrs.
Of course.
So, what is this all about? Your husband's murder.
We recently had a break in the case, and we just wanted to go over a few details with you.
What do you mean, a break in the case? It's been 25 years.
I'm afraid I'm not at liberty to discuss the details at this time.
What do you remember.
about that night? I have been over this so many times.
Don't you have the report? It's all in there.
I'm sorry.
I realize this is a painful subject.
I wouldn't ask if it wasn't important.
I was across the street at the neighbors'.
The Bradfords.
Tom was helping me with our taxes.
Um, I had made a mess with them, and he was a CPA.
When I got back home, the door was open, and, um The place was a mess.
I-I'm sorry, um It's been a very long time since I've had to talk about this.
Uh, just Take your time.
I found, uh, my husband, Frank.
He was His body was in the kitchen.
Um There was blood everywhere.
I guess he surprised whoever broke in, and, um, they shot him.
You were close, with the Bradford family? We socialized, like neighbors used to.
So, the night of the murder, you were at their house, working on your taxes, and, uh, the rest of the Bradford family was there? Uh, no, Mrs.
Bradford and the kids were at, um, a basketball game or something.
Okay, so you were alone with the husband.
Was this a regular occurrence? What are you getting at? I-I'm just trying to understand what happened, uh, did Did Mr.
Bradford, um, leave at any point? Uh, I-I'm sorry.
Could we maybe do this another time? It would be easier if we got it done now.
I don't know.
Uh, you just sprung this on me, and, um, you're asking a lot.
You know what? If we just get a few more questions, we'll, we'll be done, and get you right out of here.
No, I-I want to go now.
Tim? Mrs.
Did my father leave at any point that night? Of course not.
You think that I lied to the police? Look, I know you were having an affair - Excuse me? - It's fine.
It was a long time ago, but, if you're protecting him Okay, that's it.
I'm done.
She's covering for him.
Maybe, but we can't prove that.
Thanks so much.
So, we have two officers standing guard on rotation, for the next 72 hours, motion sensors in the front yard, and an alarm system that will bypass 911 and send a red alert to every cop in the area if anything happens.
No way Elijah makes it through that door.
How long do we have to live like this? Hey, the only thing that matters is that our family is safe.
It's gonna be okay.
And I'm probably gonna lose my law license, but On the bright side, more time with Jack.
Where you going? Back to work.
I'm not letting that criminal beat us.
Thanks for Coming all the way down here at the last minute.
What am I doing here, Nyla? Okay.
Well, uh, I know that we're back to talking through lawyers, but I thought we could have an actual conversation and avoid dragging Lila through another painful custody fight.
What are you proposing? Since Lila has her school and her friends here, I am proposing that she spend the school year with me, and the entire summer, she can be with you.
And obviously, you can visit any time.
What are you thinking? I think there's more to consider than just school and friends.
Okay, like what? Like the fact that you've been an absentee parent until recently.
Look, I will admit that my old job took up a lot of my time, but that is why I switched to patrol.
I'm sorry, why are we meeting in front of your station instead of the restaurant you suggested this morning? Because I am working overtime on a case.
So you want me to give you full custody so a nanny can raise our child? That is not fair.
Come on, Donovan, what is this really about? Let me guess - What happened at Halloween? - No.
Yes, it is.
You feel guilty, - that we slept together.
- It was an accident.
That we both made, = so stop punishing me over it.
= I'm I'm not.
For two years, I have been the only parent helping her with her school work, going on field trips, taking her to every single doctor's appointment.
Where were you? Okay.
I think the court would agree that I am the parent - that is the most - Please do not do this.
Not just to me.
But to our daughter.
She's adaptable.
She'll make friends at school, and when she gets home, she'll have two parents there waiting for her.
Nyla Penelope and I can give her stability.
Oh, right.
What's that supposed to mean? Nothing.
I will see you in court.
Oh, man.
Never thought I'd see your face again.
Genny tell you to visit? Wow.
Liver really did a number on you, old man.
I don't have it so bad.
Nurses here all love me.
It's just No one will bring me that shot of Patrón I keep asking for.
Apple juice.
It's a joke.
You always seem to have someone looking after you, even when you don't deserve it.
Something on your mind, son? Remember Frank Ochoa? Lived down the street.
Shot to death 25 years ago.
Well, I-I'm sure you remember his wife, Monica.
Can't say that I do.
Come on.
You were sleeping with her behind Mom's back.
Where'd you get that from? Because I saw you two together when I was 13.
For some reason, that I still don't understand, I lied for you, lied to Mom.
Poor little Tim-Tim.
What are you bitching about? You kept your mouth shut.
You did good.
Now get over it.
You know, I found the gun that you hid in the wall.
I know you killed Frank.
But why'd you do it? You wanted Monica all to yourself? Ruining one family just wasn't enough for you, was it? And so what if I did? What are you gonna do about it? Get back in bed.
Make me.
That's what I thought.
You're right.
I killed Frank.
But he had it coming.
So, screw him, and screw you.
Put the cuffs on me.
Drag me away from my death bed like a big man.
This isn't over.
Get the hell out of here.
Okay, one second.
Here comes Bailey.
Everyone on? - Hi, Henry.
- Hey, Bailey.
It's nice to finally Buddy, you're breaking up.
Now Now you're frozen.
Now he's gone.
Hang on a second.
I'll ring him up.
Oh, there he is, hang on.
I'll answer.
There you are, Henry.
Can you hear me? Hey, sorry, service is a little spotty over here.
I'm just happy my two favorite people finally get a chance to meet.
Henry, your dad tells me you're in Japan for work.
Some first Ben is Buddy, you're breaking up.
Sorry, I gotta go.
We got a call.
Right, you go.
You go, Bailey.
So, was that Wait, what Now you're frozen again, and you're still breaking up.
Henry, can you hear me? There you are.
Grey and Lopez have something.
What's going on? Lopez figured out how Elijah smuggles drugs into the country.
We were replaying the tapes from Elijah's office, and something stuck out.
Elijah said that one of his guys, Reyes, was making a run to the food bank.
He doesn't seem like the selfless type.
So we dug into his finances and found that he's been making large donations of canned goods from a factory in Mexico every month.
Cans are sealed.
Dogs can't smell the drugs.
So Elijah has his food bank import the cans, and then his crew distributes them throughout the Southland.
- So, that's it.
- No.
It's our theory.
Enough to get a warrant.
And Elijah's no one's fool.
He knows we heard him reference the food bank.
He's probably clearing the place out as we speak.
Look, I know we're going deep into overtime territory Screw that.
You're family.
We're in.
Police! Search warrant! Drop it! It's over! I ain't saying nothing.
You don't have to.
We have enough to put you and Elijah away for a long time.
My dad confessed to Frank Ochoa's murder.
- I'm typing up the report.
- Tim - Do me a favor and call the DA.
- But, Tim, stop.
Look, while you were gone, I brought Monica Ochoa back in.
Why? Because I knew there was more to her story.
You You couldn't see past the version that you wanted to see.
What'd she say? You brought me a present? Think of it more as a Push.
You didn't kill Frank.
Sure I did.
Now, come on.
Cuff me, let's just get this over with.
Monica confessed.
Leave her out of this.
Frank was beating her.
She fought back.
She shot him.
She was terrified, so she ran to you.
You came up with the burglary story, helped her stage the house, then you hid the gun in case the cops got too close, and you needed to frame someone else.
He was a brutal, abusive bastard.
She deserves a medal for what she did.
He was an abusive bastard? What? You think I'm like him? I was nothing like Frank.
I taught you what you needed to know, son.
You're a man now because of me.
No, I'm who I am, in spite of you.
Goodbye, Dad.
I hope it hurts.
You okay? No.
He was protecting her.
He never did anything to protect us, but his mistress Broke half a dozen laws for her.
They picked her up.
She's being processed right now.
I don't think the DA is gonna prosecute your dad on his death bed.
Doesn't matter.
He'll get judged soon enough.
The Tim Tests Those don't make me like him.
I know.
You're nothing like him.
I Come here.
You're nothing like him.
How'd it go with Donovan earlier? Mm.
Don't ask.
I didn't tell him.
I couldn't.
That's really very sweet of you, but he's not playing fair, and unless you want to lose your kid, you have to start playing hardball.
Use Penelope's history to get him to back off.
There's no other way for me to win this, - is there? - No.
Penelope's a grown woman.
She can take care of herself.
You, take care of Lila.
I'll call my lawyer and tell her to use it.
Judge signed off on the warrant for Elijah.
Let's go get him.
Three blocks away.
Kill lights at the next intersection.
Sergeant, we just got a 911 call.
Multiple shots fired at your warrant address.
Did SWAT move in early? No, sir.
They're still two minutes out.
I don't know who's shooting.
Control, we don't hear gunfire, but there's evidence of it.
Tell SWAT we're going in.
Police! What the hell happened here? LAPD! Come out with your hands up! Give me your hands.
Who did this? Abril.
She is not yours anymore.
No! Abril's in Guatemala.
La Fiera's cartel fractured when she died.
No, she took control and then came for revenge, 'cause I'm the one who told Wesley where to find you.
Her name is Abril Rodas.
The late La Fiera's top sicaria.
Abril came to get revenge on Elijah for giving us the intel that led to my rescue and La Fiera's death.
But she wasn't only here for retribution.
Her sicarios hit three competing gangs at the same time she cut down Elijah's crew.
They took back all their lost territory.
BOLOs are out for Abril, and the DEA and FBI are launching a joint task force.
We will keep heightened security precautions in place for Detective Lopez and her family until Abril is caught.
Lucky me.
What are you doing here? Making things right.
So, alright.
Good work today, everyone.
For those of you 20 hours into a 12 hour shift.
Go home, you've earned the rest.
So, what do you want this video to be? Something embarrassing for Nolan.
I can't beat the guy on the issues.
He actually has a platform.
I didn't know we needed one.
I gotta play dirty to beat him.
I can't beat the guy on the issues.
I gotta play dirty to beat him.
That's not me.
I can't beat the guy on the issues.
I gotta play dirty to beat him.
I can't beat the guy on the issues.
I gotta play dirty to beat him.
She said she wasn't recording.
There's no expectations of privacy here.
- A good cop should know that.
- I gotta play dirty to beat him.
I can't beat the guy on the issues.
Here, let me, let me help.
I got it.
I'm good at cleaning things up on my own.
I know you are.
I'm-I'm sorry, I haven't been here to help more.
Sorry I haven't been a better big brother.
You're not that bad.
When you're around.
Well All that changes now.
I'm coming to visit you every holiday.
I'm gonna be calling you at least twice a week.
And I will handle fixing up this place, and selling it.
You should go home.
Be with your family.
You're my family, too.
How about this? We fix and sell this place together, and then we'll both be done with it.
All of it.
What ever happened with that gun? Hey.
- Hey.
- I'm talking to Henry.
- Really? - Yeah.
Hey there, buddy.
How long you guys been talking? Oh, about an hour.
Has it been that long? I have to go get in the shower.
Really nice finally talking to you, Henry.
I'm going to need you to describe that Jiro dinner in excruciating detail when you get home.
Oh, thank you.
Thank you.
Bye, Henry.
So You guys finally got a chance to talk.
What do you think? I think that there's a reason you've been trying to get us to FaceTime for the last two days.
Are you proposing? Um, not-not yet.
I just wanted to make sure you liked her, 'cause things are getting serious.
Well, I'm happy for you.
And when you decide to ask, there are some really beautiful venues out here, in Japan.
Destination weddings are all the rage right now.
Thank you, buddy.
I had no idea you would stoop this low.
Okay, hold on, hold on.
I-I tried to have a conversation with you, but you left me no choice.
I did what I thought was best.
- For Lila.
- Congratulations.
Penelope and I broke up and Lila is devastated.
You broke up? - That's not what I was - Oh, please.
It's exactly what you wanted.
The move is off.
You won.
Okay, look, I'm sorry, but I did what I had to do to stay in my daughter's life.
You were doing the same thing, digging into my past.
Because your past has actually harmed our daughter.
Penelope's had nothing to do with anything.
Then why'd you break up with her? Because she didn't tell me.
And I can't be with another woman who lies to me.
I guess there's no telling when we'll be rid of the alarm system.
No, but if Abril wants me dead, I doubt that thing's gonna stop her.
She killed eight armed men by herself.
Hello? Buenos días.
Abril, where are you? I just crossed the border.
In 20 minutes, I'll be on a plane back home.
How's the baby? None of your business.
What? You don't think I would hurt him? Or you? I spent my day wading through dead bodies.
There's nothing I'd put past you.
Oh, no, that was just business, you know? Unlike La Fiera, I kill only when it's strategically advantageous.
But killing a police detective and her family No, that is bad business, and it will stay that way, unless you come after me in Guatemala.
- I'm good here.
- Bueno.
Then this is goodbye.
So, do you see anything you like? Um, everything.
I'm warning you right now, I will be photographing - all of our food.
- Go for it.
So I've been thinking a lot, about us lately.
Me too.
You're a pretty decent roommate.
And you are a super good kisser.
And the fact of the matter is, I'm in love with you.
Thank God.
'Cause I'm in love with you, too.
I When did they let you out? Uh, last week.
Uh, who are you? I'm John Nolan, her boyfriend.
And you are? Uh, her husband.

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