The Rookie (2018) s04e17 Episode Script


1 - Previously on "The Rookie" - I'm pregnant.
- I can't tell if you're joking.
- I'm not.
When I get my license back, I might You want to do even more pro bono work.
GREY: Rosalind Dyer, female serial killer.
- Lucy.
- Hey.
LUCY: You put something in my drink.
Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.
I've got her! [GRUNTS.]
ROSALIND: You think the camera in the barrel was for Caleb? Stars shining bright above you 7-Adam-15, show me Code 6 on a single vehicle TC.
I'm John.
I'm here to help.
What's your name? I-I-I'm Riley.
I-I can't find my ph-phone.
It I need to call my husband.
There's frozen food in the tr-trunk.
Okay, well, let's worry about getting you out of this car first, okay? Hey, this is Riley.
We need to get her out of there fast.
That's a catastrophic injury.
Riley, we're gonna get this door open for you, okay? And John's gonna sit in here while we do.
Hey, I'm just gonna keep you company, alright? - Okay.
- Okay, yeah.
Hang on.
Come here.
Don't look at that.
Don't look at that.
Look at me.
Focus on me right now.
Uh, tell me about your husband.
What's his name? - Harry.
- Harry.
He's gonna be so upset.
He loved this car.
At least we have g-g-good insur-insurance.
No, he's not gonna be mad at all.
It was just an accident.
It happens to everyone.
And What about your kids? Tell me about them.
- We have one.
- One.
- Royce.
- Oh.
H-His P-Popsicles, are melting in the tr-trunk.
Oh, listen, I-I'm gonna make sure he gets new ones, okay? So, you don't have to worry about that.
You're a very nice man, John.
P-Please don't give me a ticket.
I-I-I'm really sorry.
Riley, you are not getting a ticket.
Hey, Riley, you stay with me, okay? - [CHOKING.]
- Riley? Riley.
Uh She's, um You wanna call it? Yeah.
Uh 9:38.
Is she a donor? Uh Yeah.
She is.
You guys wanna arrange transport? Yeah.
I'll get it started.
Control, Engine 113.
We have one victim, 10-5-5.
Advise Shaw Memorial we're transporting a donor.
ETA six minutes, 9:38 hours.
Details on the box.
Oh, God.
Could this be the last time I see your face in person? We sleep until the daylight Open all the curtains Paint the morning heaven's colors Drive all day to see it I'm Dr.
Were you able to talk to the victim before she died? Yeah.
Her name is Riley.
Was Riley.
W-What are they doing? DR.
SPADER: It's an Honor Walk.
Our way of showing respect for organ donors.
Are you gonna be around for a while? I have some questions.
- Yeah.
- Great.
Could this be the first time I see you breaking down? Ooh LOPEZ: I know it's daunting, rebuilding your law practice from scratch, but, I made you these fancy cards, so, why you sweating? [CHUCKLES.]
They are nice.
Wesley Evers, Attorney At Law.
Total Hunk.
That last part's subtext.
Don't get me wrong, they're great, and I'm thrilled, to finally get my license back, but, I have zero clients, and no clients are lining up to hire a lawyer that was just disciplined by the State Bar.
Your client base is sleazebags No offense.
I think you're gonna be fine.
Oh, the entire criminal underworld knows that I dropped a dime on Elijah.
I'll be lucky if they let me handle their parking tickets.
Then find a better brand of clientele.
You mean richer.
Of course I do.
Rich people commit hella crimes, and, - Mama needs a vacation house.
- Mm.
I was actually thinking about advertising to get new clients.
Alright, picture this Buses, subways.
A sign, with my face on it.
And next to it, "Best Lawyer, Evers.
" - Go away.
- I'm gonna take that as an endorsement.
I think you like that.
What's that smell? That depends.
Does it smell good? Uh, it smells delicious.
Then it's your breakfast.
It's a Pop Tart, egg sandwich? - I saw it on ClipTalk.
- Oh.
Historically not my favorite recipes, but, uh Mm-hmm.
'Cause I dance when I'm feeling funky But I'm lost in a crowded room Mm.
I hate this view Okay.
That is a unique experience, but, it's not bad.
What's all the fuss about? I just want today to go well for you.
I appreciate that, but, it's gonna be fine.
It just seems so unnecessary, to dig through the worst moments of your life just so the D.
can slap a few charges on Rosalind Dyer.
All the D.
needs me to do, is tell them everything that happened, so they can prove, Rosalind was an accessory, in Caleb's crimes.
It's a story I've told my therapist a hundred times.
But is it worth it, when she's already serving four life sentences? It's important, that she's held accountable for every crime.
Most of her victims are dead.
I'm fortunate to be able to do so.
But I'm coming with.
I'll have snacks in my bag, and puppy videos on my phone, for when you need them.
Thank you.
You're the first person, I've ever heard of, who brings their own sheets, - to the hospital.
- Look, if we are gonna be hanging around a hospital all day waiting on tests, then we might as well do it in style.
Okay, my girl Lisa, got us this private room.
They are serving pizza in the cafeteria.
- It's a great day.
- I don't know.
I wouldn't go that far.
Look at me.
Okay? Yes I had a little bleeding, this morning.
But We're here, now, and, all we can do, is wait for my lab work to finish up.
I get that.
And, I'm not worried No, you just don't like hospitals.
No one does.
Avoiding medical care is just such a male instinct.
- Mm, I'm not avoiding.
- Mm.
I'm just healthy.
When is the last time you got a complete physical? Seeing the way you're looking at me right now, I-I think I'm gonna refrain from answering that one.
Uh, six years.
- Thank you, Officer.
- TIM: Yeah.
My daughter Piper is getting a new heart today.
- Dad.
- What? We thought this day would never come, right? Well, I'd say congratulations, but that seems like too small a sentiment.
How about "Thank God"? - Amen.
SPADER: It's one of Mrs.
Templeton's kidneys.
Headed to Oklahoma.
That's something you don't see every day.
Well, unless you're you.
I mean are all Riley's organs - going somewhere else? - No I'm transplanting her heart this afternoon.
I have a few questions for you.
Was Riley conscious, when you arrived at the scene? Yeah, as a matter of fact, she was talking right up until the moment she passed.
Was she making sense? Well, she was in shock.
Had no idea how serious the accident was, but, yeah.
She was worried her husband would be mad about the car.
Do you have any reason to suspect, that she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs? No.
- Good luck today.
- Thanks, Officer.
Excuse me, I have to go meet my patient.
Of course.
TIM: Hey.
Heard your fatal this morning was a rough one.
- Yeah.
- Well That girl is getting a new heart because of it, so, hold on to that silver lining if you can.
Her dad said they'd almost given up hope that they'd ever find a match.
Guess she has a rare blood type.
As a parent, there is nothing scarier than being unable to help your child.
Well, today is their lucky day.
I'm gonna hit the restroom.
Do you want me to come with you? [SCOFFS.]
I think I can handle it.
Will you let them know that I'm here? - Sure.
- Okay.
Rock, Paper, Scissors? You should definitely go first.
I have a tendency to fold under pressure.
Do you work here? You look my age.
Oh, I'm a college intern.
- Environmental Crime Unit.
- Oh, cool.
What kind of cases do you do? Well, water pollution, mostly.
I don't want to boast, but I'm actually single-handedly saving the Earth.
And you're only an intern? I mean, you might want to talk to somebody about that.
- Right? - [CHUCKLES.]
Oh, uh, I gotta go.
- It was nice meeting you.
- Yeah.
You You, too.
- Hi.
- Hey.
Um, d-do you know where Sarah is? - I-I'm here for trial prep.
- I know.
She's out sick.
- Oh.
- They asked me to step in, but that seems, awkward, given our relationship.
I say we reschedule.
Um We're professionals.
We're just discussing the details of the case.
It'll It'll be fine.
- Let's get to it.
- Mm.
Okay, sorry to keep you waiting.
It's been a crazy morning.
Test results are in, and [SIGHS.]
I'm so sorry to have to tell you this, but it looks like you have prostate cancer.
You're not Mr.
Oh, no, no.
I am not.
Is this Room 516 East? - It is.
- Mm-hmm.
I'm so sorry.
It looks like there's something amiss with our system.
Well, better the system than my prostate.
We have a psychologist on standby, if you need to talk to someone.
This qualifies as Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, so, there's no charge to you.
I think I'll be alright.
- What's going on? - I don't know.
Our system is showing that we have patients coding in every room on this floor.
Gotta be a glitch, right? A short? No, it's not a glitch or a short.
- How do you know? - Because it's me.
I've taken over the entire network.
And the backup servers.
I have total control of this hospital.
And what is it you want? Riley Templeton's heart.
And if my wife doesn't get the heart, I'm gonna start shutting down every system in this hospital, and people start dying.
NOLAN: Here she is.
Where's the guy? Jonah Russell is cuffed and in a conference room.
An officer's watching him.
His wife, Meredith, is in a patient room being examined.
She's in pretty bad shape.
This is Linda Brooks.
She runs the hospital.
Detective Lopez.
I'll be spearheading the investigation.
Can you give me a status report? We got the alarms turned off manually, and we're canceling all non-essential procedures, but, a full-scale evacuation would be a massive undertaking.
And, we have critical-care patients who won't survive being moved.
Evacuation's the last resort.
I have our Cyber Crimes Unit working with your IT head, so hopefully, they can find a way to force the guy out, before anything else happens.
While we're waiting on that, take a run at the husband.
See what kind of guy we're dealing with.
Talk to the wife.
Use that Midwestern charm to convince her to stop her husband from continuing this insanity.
I'm not actually from the Midwest, but I'll [MONITOR BEEPING.]
When will they bring my husband in? They won't.
He's being questioned pending arrest, like you are now.
I didn't know Jonah's plan.
I swear.
This morning, he just told me to get in the car, said we were going in for a checkup.
I'm sorry.
For all this mess.
Well, that helps.
A little.
But you're gonna have to do a lot more, than say you're sorry.
You need to convince your husband, to stop this.
There's 800 patients in this hospital.
Dozens of them in critical care.
Every moment, that their treatment is compromised, any one of them could die.
He's only doing this because he loves me.
I have a rare blood type, and I've had cancer.
That's why I'm so low on the list.
Without a new heart, I only have a few weeks left.
I-I understand.
I do.
But what your husband is doing, is going to hurt people.
Is your life worth more than theirs? No.
No, of course not.
Then you need to tell Jonah, to stop.
I don't want to die.
I'm sorry.
Meredith I need to rest.
JONAH: Are you prepping my wife for surgery? No, and they're not going to.
You need to end this now.
As soon as my wife gets her heart, it all stops.
But, if anything happens to her because you're wasting my time trying to talk me out of this, then I'm I'm gonna fry the whole system.
I'm I'm gonna kill this hospital.
Let's dial back the threats, okay? So far, all you've really done is hack the hospital's network and disrupt one alarm system.
Now, you cooperate now, charges against you won't be so bad.
Do you really think that I care about what happens to me? Look, my wife has been my whole life for 30 years, and for the last two, I've watched her get sicker and sicker, because she needs a new heart, and I I couldn't help her.
But now I can.
- What time is it? - Why? Because I need to enter the abort code into the tablet by 10:45, otherwise, phase two of the attack begins, and then people really will, uh, start to get hurt.
That's in 20 seconds.
What's gonna happen? You'll see.
What the What's going on? [BEEPING.]
What's happening? Our computers just locked.
We don't have access to anything Patient histories, medication schedules, doctors' orders.
It's all gone.
Got anything? Excuse me.
Are you the officer in charge? I'm Detective Lopez.
How can I help you? Well, I'm hearing some rumors that some crazy guy is trying to take the heart that's supposed to go to my daughter.
I'm sorry to say you heard right.
You must be Piper.
Um Please, no one will tell us what's going on.
My daughter has been through so much already.
We really deserve some answers.
I'll tell you what I can say.
A man has hacked into the hospital computer network, hoping to force the hospital, to give his wife the donor heart.
You can't let them.
It's not up to me.
It's not up to the hospital, either.
I'm next on the list.
By law, the hospital has to give the heart to me.
Do you have a lawyer? We don't have money for that.
We spent all our savings on her care.
I'm not allowed to make a referral, but, I happen to know Mr.
Evers, has an annoying habit of working for free.
Did you ever hear Caleb talking to Rosalind on the phone? Mm, no.
Did he talk about her, as if they were communicating? [INHALES DEEPLY.]
So how can you be sure he was working with her? [CHUCKLES.]
Becau Because she told me herself, when I visited her in prison.
She repeated the song I sang in the barrel, how How would she know that, if her and Caleb weren't in communication? [VOICE FADING.]
You know I'm only asking you because Lucy.
I just want you to be ready.
I'm familiar with the concept of trial prep.
I know.
Uh How about we take a break? Yeah.
I could use some coffee.
Well, you're in luck.
We just got a new coffee maker.
The old one took a bullet.
New, huh? That's pretty fancy for government work.
Well, new for us.
I'm pretty sure it was born before we were.
Come on.
Is this food for anybody, or do you have to work here? Oh, it's employees only, but I won't tell.
- What do you want? - Whatcha got? Well, if you love preservatives, you've come to the right place.
Super bad for your health, though, and, the packaging is terrible for the planet.
Farming's no better.
If you wanna get real about it, you're trading packaging for fertilizer.
Oh, yeah, and meat's just antibiotics and methane, so - [BOTH CHUCKLE.]
- So, basically, we have to learn how to live on air.
Ooh, can I have one? Sure.
I wondered where you went.
CHRIS: Two watery coffees, coming up.
How's it going? Uh, great.
This is Austin.
He's saving the planet.
Good to know someone's doing it.
Um, you can go.
- I-I'm fine here.
- I don't know.
I'm finding this all so fascinating.
You know, justice and laws and stuff.
And what exactly, is so interesting? [CHUCKLES.]
CHRIS: You'll miss me While I'm alone and blue as can be You okay? Dream a little dream LUCY: Of me I'm so sorry.
It was in my head.
I wasn't thinking.
I-It was thoughtless and stupid, and I'm sorry.
The song was stuck in your head because you've Because you've seen the video.
Well, yeah.
It's evidence.
Right, right.
No, of course you did.
You're in the D.
's office, and, it's evidence, So You've Lucy, I should have told you I'd seen it.
- I'm sorry.
- No, you said that part already.
Um I just - I just need a minute.
- Lucy, p Please, can you Yeah.
Knock, knock.
I have a favor to ask.
Our hospital social worker's tied up.
Would you mind, keeping an eye on Rory here? He took a fall on a field trip.
He seems okay now, but the E.
lost power before he could be examined.
We're trying to get in touch with his parents.
- Of course, bring him in.
- Thanks.
Hop on up into bed.
Okay, a doctor will be by to check on him soon.
Hi, Rory.
I'm Nyla Harper.
- This is, um Hmm, well.
- So much, for a private room.
- Mm-hmm.
Sorry sir, right now, we're nowhere.
Jonah's refusing to back down.
What about the wife? She knows what he's doing is wrong, but is too scared of dying to stop it.
Any luck with the Cyber guys? No, but they've confirmed, that Jonah has got a stranglehold on the hospital's network.
- Did FEMA get there? - SGT.
GREY: Just landed.
They're talking about setting up a field hospital, on the parking lot, best case That takes 24 hours.
We don't have that kind of time.
Any intel on Jonah, that might help us? No criminal history.
Master's degree from Cal Poly.
Ran an IT department for a credit union, until his wife's illness, required full-time care.
What about family? Anything I can use for leverage? Anything he cares about as much as her? No parents, no siblings, no kids.
Coworkers describe him as a loner.
His only police contact was a 5150 hold in '09, after she threatened to leave.
She's his whole world.
Great, we should all be so lucky to have such devotion.
I got a meeting.
Are you still able to treat patients? Well, we're using paper charts for now, but almost everything is hooked up to the network Records, pharmacy, even surgical equipment.
How long before you have to make a choice? A human heart is only viable for four to six hours, once it's been removed from a donor's body.
I've already lost two of those hours.
So, I'm going to get prepped for surgery, because I am putting that heart, in someone, in an hour.
It's up to you to decide who my patient will be.
W It has to be Piper, right? I mean, you can't just decide who gets an organ.
Excuse me.
I'm Wesley Evers, I'm representing Graham Scott, and his daughter, Piper.
I need to speak with you.
Uh, Mr.
Evers, now is not a good time.
Now, is the only time.
If your hospital decides to give in, to this terrorist's demands, to take away the heart that has been promised to Miss Scott, that is tantamount to organ brokering.
If you continue down this path, I will file a report with the medical board, - and you will be st - Mr.
Evers, let me assure you, I have no intention of giving in to Mr.
Russell's demands.
Can I get that in writing? NURSE LISA: Everything's down.
Vents, cardiac monitors, medicine drips.
- Isn't there a backup generator? - Yeah.
But it isn't coming on.
Help! I need some help in here! Someone! Help! I need oxygen.
15 liters.
He's gone.
Meredith Russell get's the heart.
- We're prepping the O.
- Absolutely not.
- We have no choice.
- Yes, you do.
I have calls in to the OPTN and the U.
Health Department.
- You will not act until - Look, do you think I feel good about this? I don't.
Nobody does.
But I'm not gonna have any more patients die, when I could have done something about it.
So tell your client, that I'm sorry.
This, it's not right.
No, it's not.
I will sue them for a fortune, and I'll win.
Piper will never live to see it.
LINDA: You win.
They're prepping the O.
for Meredith's surgery now.
Thank God.
This isn't a happy thing, Jonah.
Someone died because of you.
That's the only reason the hospital's giving in.
Yeah, but if the hospital had responded sooner, that person would still be alive.
And I've been very clear about how this works.
Lose the attitude.
- You got what you want.
Turn the lights back on.
- There.
That should, uh, restore the lights, in, uh, both the intensive care and O.
suites, for now.
The rest of the hospital is still dark.
But now, I-I need you to take me to see my wife, 'cause I gotta be there for the operation, make sure that you're actually gonna follow through with it.
Well, I guess we'll be there with you.
- Again, I'm so, so sor - Sorry.
I know, I I I need you to do something for me.
I need to see the video.
- The barrel video? - Yeah.
You've seen it.
Half the lawyers in this building have seen it, and and I haven't.
Lucy, it's It's incredibly hard to watch.
I need to see it.
Should I stay, or Mnh-mnh.
No, um Thank you.
Stars shining bright above you Night breezes seem to whisper "I love you" Birds singing in the Sycamore tree Dream a little dream of me Office Nolan will be with you for every second of this seven-hour surgery.
You will not speak to the surgery team, understood? You make one move, during any of those seven hours, we remove you from the O.
, and take you straight in for processing.
Wh Of course.
I mean, look, this, this surgery's gonna save my wife's life.
Why-why would I do anything to disrupt it? You do realize, you're putting those doctors, under duress.
The both of you, you're essentially holding this whole hospital hostage.
Don't listen to that, sweetheart.
H-How you doing, baby? Just nervous.
Drop it! Stop! Turn around! [SOBBING.]
What were you thinking? - [HANDCUFFS CLICK.]
- If she dies My daughter doesn't.
Here You got what you wanted.
Now bring the hospital back online.
Why not? Well, 'cause that's not how this works.
H-Hey, hey, watch that.
Russell, you have a lot of power right now.
Which is why, despite my objections, you're here.
But let me make one thing perfectly clear.
We have work to do.
Your strong-arm tactics are helping no one.
So, what's gonna happen to that guy that tried to attack Meredith? He'll be charged with assault, probably go to prison, and his daughter will most likely die while he's in there.
Does that make you happy? My wife is getting a second chance, that she really deserves.
That's, all I care about.
He has not looked up from that thing in an hour.
Oh, come on.
He's just having some fun.
I hope this is not your attitude, when it comes to our child's screen time.
What attitude? I'm just saying, there's nothing wrong with a little gaming.
I like gaming.
Yeah, you like gaming a little too much.
- RORY: I don't feel good.
What's wrong? My head hurts.
Let me see.
His pupils are two different sizes.
That is a sign of a serious head injury.
Can you go get the doctor? Hey, Rory.
W-what happened? Did you hit your head? I think so.
I don't remember.
Rory! Are you okay? Oh, my baby.
- Hi, Mom.
- Hi.
My head really hurts.
- Oh.
- Come on.
- Let's get you home.
- It's fine.
Come on.
Uh, actually, sorry.
I-I know you don't know me, but he has a serious head injury.
That's okay.
Nothing an ice pack can't fix.
- Right, buddy? - N-No, I don't, I don't think Hold on.
Let me take a look at him.
Your son is showing signs of a concussion.
We're having some issues with our equipment right now, but it's important Rory stay until we can run some tests on him, - make sure his head's okay.
- No, we're taking him home.
- Come on, baby.
- Sir, I really think Rory is fine.
Kids play.
These things happen.
He just needs a little bit of rest, is all.
Sir, you don't understand.
It's possible there could be fluid, putting pressure on his brain.
He could go to sleep and never wake up.
Thank you, but we don't need the kind of help that you offer here.
- It's against our beliefs.
- I-I'm sorry, beliefs? D-Did you not hear him? H-He could have a skull fracture.
Okay, we believe that the only care Rory needs is the healing power of prayer.
Listen, folks, maybe you should just hear the doctor out.
I'm sorry, but why are you two butting in? You're not his parents.
Okay, you, you have to do something here.
I can't.
I don't have the authority.
But I do.
I have probably cause, to take your son into protective custody, according to Section 300 of the Welfare and Institution Code.
- Excuse me? - That's not happening.
Yeah, it is, and if you try to interfere, I have the authority, to put you both under custody as well.
We're gonna go call our lawyer.
We'll be right out in the hall, okay, Rory? We'll be right back, okay? Listen, just hang here with the doc.
He'll take care of you, okay? Hey, where-where is the heart? When is it coming? Not until your wife is fully anesthetized and prepped.
Y-You're doing great, honey.
Don't worry, okay? You're doing so well.
I love you so much.
I love you, too.
Meredith, there's someone else you should talk to before your surgery.
This is Piper.
Don't, don't.
It's her heart you're taking.
- D-Don't, stop that.
- Jonah.
Jonah, it's okay.
Listening to her is the least I can do.
Thank you.
I've spent the last 20 minutes trying to come up with the right words to say.
My dad thinks I can convince you, by telling you who I am.
As if where I want to go to college, or what I want to do with my life will somehow make you give me that heart.
But he doesn't understand how scared you are, how long you've been living with that fear.
From the moment they told you, there was something wrong with your heart, you've been terrified of the day it will stop.
My dad can't understand that because he's not dying.
Like we are.
So even though I'm not ready to go, not ready to leave my dad alone I forgive you for what you're doing.
Don't, don't Don't listen to her, Mere.
Jonah I can't do this.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
- Please stop, just stop.
- W-What are you doing? Don't Don't stop.
The patient withdrew her consent.
I don't want to lose you.
- Please.
- I'm sorry.
I'm proud of you, Piper.
We'll see you here in a little while, okay? It's over, Jonah.
Turn off the ransomware.
No one else needs to die today.
It's over.
I'm I-I can't get in.
They They locked me out.
Who did? My partners.
I thought they were trying to help me out of the goodness of their heart.
But, they just used me.
To get paid.
You think I crossed a line taking custody of Rory.
Police should not be empowered to take a child from their parents without any kind of due process.
Did you not just see the mountain of paperwork I just filled out? Indigenous children, black and brown children, the law has a history of separating families.
But this was an emergency.
I mean, I-I feared, for the safety of this child, and I will not apologize, for protecting him.
I know, I know why you did what you did.
But, cops have always found a way, to justify their actions whether warranted or not.
Hello? Harper, you still with the kid? Yeah, we're waiting for his doctor.
Listen, I sent your JCR paperwork to Systems.
It came back having no record, of a Griffin and Gabby Kane ever having a child, at a hospital or via adoption.
- What? - Not only that.
There's no birth certificate, or social security number on file, for a Rory Kane.
Those people aren't his parents.
Lisa, the boy's parents, the Kanes, a-are they still in the waiting area? Uh, no, they left about 20 minutes ago.
But you can't do this.
I, my wife needs me, - I've got to take care of her.
- It's too late for that.
You're headed to jail on a murder charge.
If the hospital can't pay the ransom and get the power turned back on, that means Piper can't get her heart, and that'll be two deaths on you.
Unless you tell us who you're working with so we can end this in time to save her.
Look, Meredith still has some time left to live.
If you cooperate, it is possible you could get out on bail and spend that time with her.
Alright, Spencer Murkle, and Chloe Speeker.
I met them both online, they were offering some money for me, to be able to build some ransomware.
I-I've got all this medical debt.
So, I said yes, but, they were the ones who suggested hacking the hospital.
And I-I thought it was actually gonna help Meredith and I, but, clearly, we were just a means to an end.
And where can we find them? I don't know, but, uh, I mean, your tech team, could probably trace those messages.
7-Adam-100 to units in the rear.
Is the C-Side set? WOMAN: C-Side is set.
Making contact.
Police! We have a warrant! Open the door now! Where is it now? Where has it been? Clear.
Where is it now? - Where has it been? - Clear.
Where is it now? This place is deserted.
Looks like no one's been in here in months.
Our trace must have been off.
There's no computer equipment here.
You can't run that kind of cyber attack from a laptop.
Hi, keep your hands where we can see them.
What's this about? It's about which one of you, wants to disable the ransomware, and make a deal, and which one of you is gonna spend a couple decades in prison.
That's a good answer.
Hey! Show me your hands.
We were coming back to the hospital to get Rory.
Sure you were.
Put your hands over your head, interlace your fingers.
You're under arrest for kidnapping.
We gave Rory a good home.
Gabby, don't say anything.
She's been in there forever.
I tried knocking, but she didn't answer.
We should check on her.
Lucy? It's Chris and Tamara.
We're coming in.
Lucy, are you okay? Oh.
I I've been processing a few things.
CHRIS: You watched it? Yeah.
Every minute.
Maybe we should go home.
Um I've decided not to testify.
I completely understand.
I've been trying to prove how strong I am, but I survived that.
I don't have anything to prove.
We have plenty of evidence.
We'll convict her without you, I promise.
Let's go.
- I'm making you dinner.
- Okay.
Is it another ClipTalk recipe? No.
ClipTalk has recipes? No, it has gimmicks.
And yet, you cleaned the plate.
- Dude.
- Sorry.
Uh, headed out? I am.
Me, too.
You know, Tamara was just talking about how she really wanted to try one of the restaurants in the neighborhood.
Is, is there a place you recommend? Uh, there's this great vegan joint around the corner.
Uh, The Great Gaia.
Earth-friendly, cruelty-free.
I could show you the way.
You okay? G Yeah.
I'll make her dinner.
- Let's go.
- I just gotta get my stuff.
And the neon light paints the outside - You cook? - God, no.
Eat out, or order in? Depends.
Are you gonna rub my feet if we order in? [SCOFFS.]
I'll rub them at the restaurant, I don't care.
What? That is gross.
They're your feet.
Do I really have to explain to you, when it is appropriate, to take off your shoes in a public place, when it is not the beach or the park? So you're saying never on an airplane? Oh, now I know you're just messing with me.
- What? Dream I just wanna go home.
I grew up so overwhelmed Uh, yeah.
I'm afraid that can't happen.
My mom and dad can explain.
I'm so sorry, but They are not your real parents.
Um You were kidnapped, when you were three years old.
I know I know this must be hard for you to hear, but, your real name is, is Scott Reynolds.
Your parents are Gerald and Dorothy.
They, um They're on their way here now.
They sent me a picture, to show you.
So, that is Gerald, and that is Dorothy, and that little, handsome guy right there is you.
What if I don't want to go with them? I don't even know them.
Listen, I-I know this all must be moving very fast for you.
But Until they get here, I will sit here and wait with you.
We both will.
And while we do, um, can you show me that game you were playing? 'Cause, I think my boys will dig it.
- Sure.
- And I'll try to do it, too Use words to grade my pictures blue And I hope they'll take you, too [VIDEO GAME NOISES.]
Well, the doctor is very happy, with how the surgery went.
The next 48 hours will be critical, but, she thinks that Piper has an excellent chance at a long life.
And her dad? Oh, I don't the D.
's office is gonna press charges.
Even if they did, there's no jury in the world would convict him.
What about Meredith? She is on her way to hospice care.
Sadly, she does not have much time left.
Well I have heard on hard days, the only prescription is a hot bath, and a cold glass of wine.
Really? I've never been much of a bath guy.
Even if you take it with me? Oh, that is an entirely different kind of prescription.
As soon as you take a shower.
I will have you know, this smell was hard-earned, by transporting 27 patients, out of, and back into, - this hospital.
- Yeah, no, and I will be happy, to reward all that hard work, with some quality naked time, just as soon as you scrub those pits.

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