Touched by an Angel (1994) s03e06 Episode Script

Secret Service

( band playing bold march ) ( all cheering ) ( siren sounding ) CROWD: Hammond! Hammond! Hammond! WOMAN: There he is! There he is! ( Crowd cheers ) Dillard to crowd control: Spartan is moving.
Thank you.
( Humming ) TESS: That's Ulysses.
Watch him, baby.
You'll learn something.
MONICA: Nothing's happening.
TESS: That's all you see? Did I miss something? Everything.
He's fishing.
But he's not catching anything.
What's the point of fishing, if you don't catch any fish? A real fisherman doesn't have to catch a thing.
The joy is in the beauty of the fishing.
But with some folks it's all about the winning.
That's the way she looks at life.
TESS: Meet your new assignment.
She's been out here every week for months now, and has never said a word to anyone.
TESS: She doesn't have any friends 'cause she doesn't know how to make them.
So how are we doing this fine day? Hi.
Thank you.
I'm doing fine myself.
Never felt better.
Please, you're gonna scare away the fish.
Looks like she could learn a few things from him.
That girl has put her whole life on hold for her career.
TESS: She wants to save some politician's life.
Be a hero.
Get the credit.
Catch the big fish.
That's right, baby.
She thinks that once she has her big moment in the sun, then she can begin enjoying her life.
But in the meantime, she's not living.
Just competing.
Always competing.
I think she'd have a better time if she fished with Ulysses.
MONICA: He seems like such a nice man.
Oh, yes, he is.
And Ulysses is the best kind of fisherman he's a fisher of men.
And when he casts his line, he draws people to him.
Even those who put up the biggest fight.
( Della Reese & The Verity All-Stars' "Walk With You" playing ) REESE: ♫ When you walk ♫ ♫ Down the road ♫ ♫ Heavy burden ♫ ♫ Hea-ea-eavy load ♫ ♫ I will rise ♫ ♫ And I will walk with you ♫ REESE: ♫ I'll walk with you ♫ CHORUS: ♫ I'll walk with you ♫ ♫ Till the sun Don't even shine ♫ ♫ Walk with you ♫ ♫ Walk with you ♫ ♫ Every time ♫ ♫ I tell ya I'll walk with you ♫ ♫ Walk with you ♫ ♫ Believe me I'll walk with you ♫ Baby, what do you know about the Secret Service? Well, we perform a kind of a secret service, don't we? Yeah, that's right.
And for you, this is going to be a snap, because that Secret Service is almost like Search and Rescue.
Almost? Well, the difference is, you wear these.
TESS: Special Agent Monica, you are about to report for duty.
Marty, meet your newest member on the Hammond detail.
Hello.
I'm Monica.
What, the treasury authorized another agent for the senator? Phelps, we got it covered.
I got it handled.
That was before he won the Pennsylvania primary last night.
Hammond is cleaning up all over the country.
He could be the next president.
Which reminds me.
Listen up, everybody.
If Hammond gets elected, they're tapping one top agent from several field offices around the country for the presidential detail.
They'd like one from here, since this is Hammond's home state.
No pressure, but all eyes are on you.
So let's get serious around here.
Look, Phelps, um I'm very serious.
Marty, it was a joke.
So, well why another female agent? Is there something wrong with what I'm doing? They want the best, regardless of sex.
You of all people should be happy to see her here.
Give her a break.
And be nice.
You two better get busy on the advance work for the town-square rally next week.
After the primary last night, I guarantee there'll be a major turnout, and you know Hammond: Always the war hero, man of the people, Mr.
Accessible.
This is a very tough assignment.
I've had many tough assignments.
I'm not talking about you.
Guy Hammond's life is in my hand.
It's my job to make sure that he's safe and secure at all times.
Look.
I don't know where you come from, but protection is a lot different from running down counterfeiters.
This is a department of one mistake.
You make one mistake, at best, you embarrass the protectee.
At worst you kill him.
I'm not looking out for you out there.
I'm watching Hammond.
It appears to me we're on the same team, Marty.
Shouldn't we be supporting each other instead of tearing each other down? Aw, look, Monica.
If this little talk is tearing you down, then I have no problem telling Phelps that you're not the man for the job.
MAN: Marty.
Yeah.
Andrew.
Monica! Looking good.
Nice suit.
You know the guys in Forensics already? You just got here.
Uh, well, um, Andrew has done some forensic work for me in the past.
Oh, I work for you.
What do you got? Another death threat.
Oh, charming.
Do you think it's serious? Probably not.
But as soon as you stop taking 'em all seriously, you start going to funerals.
You update the nutcase file? We're downloading all the data we got on this guy for the computer composite sketch.
Great.
Maybe we should reroute the motorcade for the rally.
I'm taking care of that.
Why don't you check on the batteries for the radios? All right, according to the grid, it looks like we've got an access problem on Third and Jefferson.
So, uh, we need to reverse the route and come in the backside of Fallon Street.
Uh, excuse me.
May I say something? I just checked with Traffic and Road Conditions, and Fallon Street is still under construction.
Guess your grid just locked up, Marty.
( Agents laughing ) But there's still a way around the construction.
If we divert at Allston Way and come in Fallon, through Oak Street You see Oak is a one-way That sounds fine.
All right.
Why don't you check the route with Oak as our main throughway into the square? But nothing goes to Transpo till I approve it.
That's it.
Thank you.
I'm I'm sorry.
I hope I didn't step out of bounds I've been a Secret Service agent for 10 years.
If you think I wouldn't have changed that motorcade route, you'd be making a big mistake.
Did you check the radios? Looks like you've got the Secret Service's equivalent of KP duty, baby.
I don't understand, Tess.
I was right about that route.
She should have been happy that I pointed it out.
Oh, baby, she looks at you and she sees herself, several years ago: Eager and smart, competent.
And she's afraid you're gonna be too much like her and steal some of her light.
But I don't want to steal anything.
I want to help.
You keep that attitude.
You will get your chance.
( Tender theme playing ) MAN: Old General's been part of the lore of this fishing hole since I was a little fella.
MAN 2: Is that right? MAN: Never knew if it was for real or not Ah-ha-ha! MAN: Till now.
Oh.
( laughter, applause ) MAN: Ulysses, you're doing great.
Whoa! Good job, man.
Good show.
Here ya go.
MAN 3: All right! ( Fishermen cheering ) That was Old General.
Y-you threw him back.
Well, look at her! She speaks.
Why did you release that fish? Why would I want some big ol' stuffed fish on my wall? Big ol' glassy eyes staring at me while I'm trying to watch television.
Well, it's a prize catch.
I mean, like my father used to say, "Anything but the biggest fish is just a fish.
" He would have put Old General up on the wall so people could see him.
Well I, uh I threw him back so everyone could have the dream of catching him.
The excitement of reeling him in.
Maybe even you.
What about all the excitement, having everyone gather around you, cheering? I mean, if it were me, I'd be celebrating.
I'd be popping some champagne or something.
Well, I don't have any champagne.
But I got some history-making bait.
And I'd be happy to share it with you.
MARTY: Drop it! Drop it! Drop that bar! ( Groans ) Good morning, Marty.
You know, sometimes, you have to give things a little encouragement to get what you want.
Please, Mr.
Machine.
( Candy clatters ) "Please, Mr.
Machine"? And she's guarding the next President of the United States.
This is very scary.
MAN ( over P.
A.
): For your safety, we ask that you stand back, behind the barricade.
( crowd cheering ) MAN: Please stand back behind the barricade.
( crowd cheering and applauding ) HAMMOND: Thanks for coming out.
Thank you for your support.
Thank you all for your support.
You're great.
University of Virginia.
Yes, sir.
That's for me.
Hi.
Spartan straying into the crowd.
Area not clear.
Spartan is open.
Hi.
Thanks for coming out.
Stay here.
Watch his back.
Excuse me.
MAN: We don't need any more foreigners taking our jobs! HAMMOND: Thank you.
I think we might have a problem.
MAN: Do you hear me?! We don't need these bums moving into our country! I work hard for my money! ( Gun cocks ) Gun! ( Gunshot ) ( crowd screaming ) ( suspenseful theme playing ) Senator Hammond.
I'm so glad you're all right.
Well, barely.
What the hell happened out there? Someone shot at me.
I don't like that.
Senator, in the future, if you want to go into an unprotected area Marty, the point is, he should be able to stroll through Central Park if he wants.
I know that.
Senator, I'm sorry.
But when you went into the crowd there was this really angry man yelling.
There was something wrong.
I got a glimpse of him.
He was going nuts.
I think he might have been a decoy.
He could have been a guy with a bad day at work.
The point is, you were looking at him while the real shooter put a gun in my face.
Well, maybe I should have been up there too.
You were watching his back, and that's where you were supposed to be.
You saved his life.
She saved your butt.
HAMMOND: Well, you people figure out what went wrong.
This will not happen again.
I want to live to be president.
I think you all could learn a little something from her.
I was just doing my job, sir.
That'll be all for now, Monica.
Monica's not working out.
You're right.
We certainly don't want any Secret Service agents saving candidates' lives.
She's a grandstander.
She could bring us all down.
And I don't want anybody costing me my chance at the presidential detail.
The only one getting in the way of you and your dream job is you.
You had tunnel vision today.
You wanted to make that save so badly, you forgot about the man you were trying to save.
You want that White House job? Then do this one.
Now, get outta here.
MARTY: So I get called on the carpet and chewed out while my alleged partner takes all the credit for the save.
"Just doing my job.
" Miss Wings, you shouldn't have.
I didn't.
Funny how two people can see the same thing so differently.
ULYSSES: It's funny how two people can see the same thing so differently.
I like that man more and more all the time.
Come on, Ulysses.
What's there to see differently? She undercut me in front of my supervisor.
I worked long and hard to make my name mean something.
I don't see how you can do it.
All that pressure.
I like pressure.
Yeah.
I can see that.
Hey, what are you doing? I'm cutting your line.
You're snagged out there on the rocks.
No! No? Look my father always told me, "Marty, you either fish or you cut bait.
" Just get one thing straight: I never cut bait.
Sometimes, Marty you just gotta let it go.
Now a true fisherman knows when to cut bait.
ULYSSES: So your daddy called his little girl, Marty.
Uh, what kind of name is that? The kind of name your dad gives you when he really wanted a boy.
( Line snaps ) ( sighs ) ( whistles ) ( band playing bold march ) ( suspenseful theme playing ) ( knock on door ) What are you doing here? Another death threat.
MAN: Yeah.
I want you to take a personal message to that hero that wants to be president.
Tell him it's a long dangerous road from the DMZ to D.
C.
He'd better start looking out for some friendly fire.
( dial tone hums, tape clicks ) Yeah.
That's the same voice I heard.
And if that's the guy that guy in the dark glasses Well, at least we know he wears a ring.
It's not much, but it's all we have.
And we can't stop till we get him.
Or until he gets Guy Hammond.
ULYSSES: So you get that, uh problem at your job straightened out? Yeah, I think so.
You did.
It's been a week full of big events though.
Uh, pull Pull your line back.
Hm? Pull it back.
Oh, I'm sorry.
That's it.
That's it.
I guess my mind's just not here.
Everywhere I look I think I see the face of that wacko.
You get him, eh? Because I like Guy Hammond.
( Chuckles ) He's a good man.
Yes, he is.
I-I-I'd like to meet him someday, to say, "Go get 'em.
" You know? I think I could make that happen.
Uh Uh, d-do you have one of those c-candy bars you carry with you? Yeah, sure.
Thank you.
You all right? Yeah, I'm all right.
I'm a diabetic.
I need sugar.
Every now and then.
Mm.
( Sighs ) You know sometimes just getting through the day is a big achievement.
( Chuckling ) Now, of course, now, you're different.
You're still looking for those big prizes.
That big stuffed fish to put on the wall.
Well, what's wrong with that? What's wrong with getting a little praise now and then? Nothing.
Especially if your daddy never gave it to you when you were a little girl.
I don't want to talk about him.
Okay.
Okay.
Me I'm at the stage in my life where all I want to do is count my blessings.
Be grateful for the little small moments in life.
You know? My daddy didn't bring me up that way.
I know.
Your daddy brought you up to celebrate achievements.
Yeah.
If it was me, I'd have taught you to celebrate life.
( Chuckles ) ( delicate theme playing ) WOMAN: Honey, Margaret would love it if you took her fishing.
MAN: I don't think so.
I mean, she's a girl.
She should be doing girl things.
Look, there's something I wanted to talk to you about.
I wanna try again, honey.
I'd like to have a little boy.
WOMAN: You don't need another child.
You barely spend any time with the one you've got.
Come on MAN: But a son is different.
I mean, a boy, you can fish with.
A boy, you can throw the ball around with.
You know, he can carry on the family name.
WOMAN: Oh.
All right, this is insane! You know Margaret MAN: Don't get me wrong.
You know I love her.
WOMAN: And she loves you.
She wants to spend time with you.
MAN: Don't you think she'd love a little brother? WOMAN: I don't know.
Maybe eventually.
But not now.
MAN: What's wrong with now? I mean, it's a perfect time.
WOMAN: Because she needs you now.
( Man sighs ) MAN: She's the perfect age.
( Sighs ) HAMMOND: And when when I look at the difficult issues dividing this nation, I'm reminded of Benjamin Franklin's chair.
There was a sun painted on it.
And after the Founding Fathers finished hammering out the Bill of Rights, Franklin announced, "Only now am I finally convinced the sun is rising, not setting.
" Let's keep the sun rising on this country of ours! ( Crowd cheering and applauding ) ( band plays bold march ) MAN ( through earpiece ): Spartan is moving.
CROWD: Hammond! Hammond! HAMMOND: Thanks for coming.
Congratulations, senator.
Thank you.
Thank you for your support.
Senator.
It's going to turn our country around.
Hope to see you at the inaugural ball.
MAN: Great speech.
WOMAN: Nice to meet you, senator.
HAMMOND: Thank you very much for coming.
HAMMOND: Thank you very much for coming.
Senator, it's an honor.
It's an honor.
There are so few real heroes these days.
Well, thank you, sir.
ULYSSES: No, thank you.
Thank you.
HAMMOND: Thanks for coming.
We don't need any more foreigners taking our jobs! Send them back where they came from! Do you hear me? Gun! ( Menacing theme playing ) Good job, Marty.
Oh, no.
Man down.
Man down.
We need an ambulance.
MARTY: Ulysses! Hang on there.
Hang on, Ulysses.
Come on.
WOMAN: According to police sources, there's a probable link between last week's assassination attempt on Senator Hammond's life, and the one that took place this evening as he was celebrating his biggest victory to date.
In a fitting display of the candidate's philosophy on equality, it was a female Secret Service agent who saved the senator's life, and captured the suspect that the FBI and Secret Service had been tracking since this campaign began.
I'm sure he's gonna be all right, Marty.
Excuse me, was I off the day you got your degree in medicine? His vital signs were strong when they took him.
That's always a good sign.
Yeah.
Excuse me! ( Knocks on counter) We're looking for Ulysses Dodd.
Oh, after hours, it's the family only.
I'm, uh, um I'm a friend.
Well, I'm glad to hear it 'cause he's gonna need one.
Maybe I can make a little exception in this case.
( Heart monitor beeping ) ( chuckling ): Hey.
Just a flesh wound.
Those doctors exaggerate more than fishermen.
Congratulations.
I understand you're a hero now.
Well Aw.
No.
Well, what? No.
( Chuckles ) What? Hi.
Oh, hey.
Thought you could use this about now.
Hey.
Thanks.
Oh, Ulysses Hm? This is Monica.
There's nothing I like more than meeting a pretty lady unless it's a pretty lady with a candy bar.
Here.
Yeah.
( laughing ) ( laughing ) Ulysses Dodd! Now, what's wrong with a little bit of chocolate? Nothing, unless you have a big case of diabetes.
Are you ready for your insulin? Now, do you have this under control? Hey.
You told me you have this under control.
The doctor says I'm checking out tomorrow.
So Sunday.
You bring the bait.
I'll bring the bubbly.
Well, now all I need is a beautiful smile.
Come on.
Come on.
( laughing ) ( chuckling ) There it is.
( laughing ) Yeah, yeah.
You, uh see the Post this morning? I glanced at it.
You're a lot more photogenic than the guy who made the save on Reagan.
If I had been a guy, maybe they would've printed my name.
That chip on your shoulder, doesn't it ever get heavy? Me and my chip have been doing just fine all these years.
Well, there's someone over there, who'd like a word with you and your chip.
You walked out of there so quickly last night, I didn't get a chance to say, great work, Agent Miller.
Dillard, sir.
Special Agent Dillard.
This morning's polls went through the roof, and you played a very important role in that.
Let's face it, an assassination attempt plays on people's sympathies.
Your dramatic save was gold for us.
My people want to put you more upfront.
How do you feel about being lead agent in the presidential detail? ( Stammers ) It would Thank you, sir.
It would be my honor! Congratulations, Marty.
I know it's what you've always dreamed of.
Well, you better believe I couldn't have done it without a really good support team.
Thanks, Monica.
( Crickets chirping ) Hey.
Have you seen Ulysses? Not since Tuesday.
Huh.
That's funny.
He said he was gonna be here.
( Bittersweet theme playing ) I wish my passport picture looked that good.
It's a good picture.
So, what you celebrating? Nothing without Ulysses.
Here.
Cheers.
( Clinks bottle ) ( heart monitor beeping) ( whispering ): This doesn't make sense.
He was just fine.
Well, that's what he wanted you to think.
But the trauma he suffered the other night complicated his condition.
Well, he can't die from diabetes, can he? Well, it's not just diabetes.
His kidney is shutting down.
The man is fishing in dangerous waters.
Well, what's next? If we don't find him a new kidney pronto he's not gonna make it.
You see, the problem is, the waiting list is a mile long.
( Sighs ) If something doesn't show up soon, it will be too late.
Could I be alone with him? Sure, baby, but he He may not wake up.
That's all right.
Is there nothing we can do? It's not up to us, baby.
It's Marty's choice.
Ulysses needs a friend, and she's the one he needs.
But I think Are you talking about Marty donating a kidney? Tess, she'll never do it.
She's got too much to lose.
She thinks she has too much to lose, but she has no idea what she'll give up if she doesn't save Ulysses.
And what about the senator? Oh, there are many people willing to give their lives for the senator.
But only one can save Ulysses.
Honey, you have to go now.
Uh, how much time does he have? A day.
Maybe two.
It's gonna take a miracle.
( Melancholy theme playing ) Primary's gonna put Hammond over the top tonight.
You think? Hm? This does not look like the joyful lunch of someone who's about to start heading up a presidential detail.
Can I ask you a really weird question? ( Chuckles ) Shoot.
How many kidneys does it take to be on the presidential detail? ( laughs ) I can't wait to hear the punch line to this one.
How many? How many? What are you talking about? You know how many.
If you want to pass your physical, you got to have two of everything.
Two eyes, two ears, two hands, two feet, two kidneys.
All right, all right.
I know.
So why are you asking me this? Ah, never mind.
The odds are a million to one anyway.
Now, I'd think that those are exactly the kind of odds that you'd like.
( Chuckles ) MARTY: Hey, Ulysses.
Who? Who's there? It's me.
It's It's Marty.
Oh.
Oh, good.
Good.
You can help me.
I was just laying here thinking about my epitaph.
Don't talk that way.
What do you think about this one: "Gone fishing"? ( laughs ) ( coughing ) Hey, hey, hey.
What's the matter? Oh, life's not fair.
Not fair? Well, I can't say I have anything to complain about.
So, what's it? What's it gone and done to you now? I got the promotion to the presidential detail.
Well, we knew that.
So why the tears? It's supposed to be wonderful news.
( Sobbing ): I don't know what to do.
I've always known what to do, and I don't know what to do! Whoa, whoa, whoa.
S-s-slow down.
Slow down.
Slow down.
Now tell me what's wrong.
( Sighs ) The doctor says that I'm a close enough match to give you a kidney.
I see.
I bet that makes it a little hard for you to get your dream job.
Ain't that right? Yeah.
Yeah.
Tough decision.
Tough as deciding which lure to use ( chuckling ): Isn't it? ( laughs ) ( laughing ): Yeah.
Yeah.
Yeah, you could say that.
Marty listen to me.
I've lived a good life.
You've gotta live your life.
( Whispers ): It's time.
I'm I'm not gonna let you go throw away your dream.
Okay? I'm sorry.
Sorry? Don't be sorry.
Be happy.
Happy for the time that God gave us to share together, to become the friends we were meant to be.
You know, there's still a chance.
They're still looking for another kidney.
I'm not worried about it.
Don't you be.
Say don't you have a victory party to be going to securing? Yeah.
The polls don't close for another hour.
It don't matter.
I already know who the winner is.
I'm looking at her.
( Quietly ): Get on outta here.
( Whispers ): Okay.
( Exhales ) You're right, baby.
She does have a lot to lose.
And it's up to you to help her realize just how much.
ANNOUNCER ( over TV ): And with there seems to be no doubt that Senator Guy Hammond is on his way to a landslide victory tonight.
( all cheering ) And on the local scene, with a hotly-contested fifth district seat "Landslide"! I like the sound of that.
ALL: Hammond! Hammond! Hammond! Hammond! Hammond! Hammond! Hammond! Thank you.
Hammond! Hammond! Thank you.
I want to thank you all sincerely.
Thank you for your support.
And I hope to see each and every one of you at my inauguration.
( Cheering and applause ) There's someone here I know I'm gonna see a lot of in Washington, Secret Service Agent Marty Dillard.
( Cheering and applause ) Marty.
There has been a call just recently from the Oval Office, inquiring about Marty.
I have already appointed her leading agent of my detail, but I have a feeling Marty is gonna beat me to the White House.
( laughter ) Let's hear it for Marty Dillard! ( Cheering and applause ) (indistinct chattering, laughing ) It's quite a night.
Oh, Monica! Heh.
I I didn't hear ya.
I know.
You seem pretty preoccupied.
Yeah, I'm all right.
I was just about to get back.
Well, there's no rush back.
I think he'll be all right.
Yeah.
You have the inside scoop.
See ya.
I'm getting back to my post.
I know that you're torn, Marty.
You finally achieved the attention you've always yearned for with the promise of more to come, but it's not so easy anymore, is it? Everybody wants you.
The president.
The man who could become the next president.
But there's someone else, who needs you more.
How do you know? I'm here guarding the senator, and all I can think about is Ulysses.
I finally made a friend.
And now I'm gonna lose him.
Who told you? God.
Oh, come on, Monica.
Give me a break.
I've got a lot on my mind.
My friend is sick.
He's dying.
And I've got a job to do.
So do I, Marty.
( Sighs ) I'm an angel.
No, you're a Secret Service agent.
Or you were before you lost your mind.
Yes, I am an agent sent from above with a very special mission, not to protect a presidential candidate, but to watch over you.
Let me get this straight.
You're an angel.
God has sent me my own special angel And a woman.
( Chuckles ) Why? God made us all in his own image.
There are no second-class citizens, Marty.
No minorities.
No human being is greater or lesser than any other.
We're all the same in God's eyes.
Is that what you came here to tell me? "All creatures great and small"? I learned that one in Sunday school.
That was a long time ago, and you may have forgotten.
And you may have forgotten the most important lesson of all, that God loves you.
And you don't have to do anything to deserve his love.
No, but I have to do something to earn it.
No, that's a lesson your father taught you, and you've spent your whole life trying to please and impress him.
I thought that maybe if I became a hero That even though he's gone, the world might love you the way he never did? Yeah.
You can stop trying, Marty.
Your father in heaven has always loved you.
And he was very glad that you were born a girl.
In fact, he made sure that you were.
And he's very proud of you.
So God wants me to give it all up, the attention and the glory, and save an ordinary man? I can't tell you the answer to that.
But if you were an angel, you'd know what I'm supposed to do.
I'm just an angel, Marty.
I'm not God.
But if you ask him, he will help you find the answer.
And he promises that whatever it costs, your choice will be the best thing for everyone.
( Somber theme playing ) Hi.
ULYSSES: Hey.
Hey.
( Sighs ) So how are they biting? You'll find out soon enough for yourself.
No.
I've got some good news for you.
You caught him.
You caught Old General.
You snagged him.
( laughing ) Go girl.
No.
Oh No, but you have snagged yourself a big old healthy kidney with your name on it.
Uh Uh Uh It says here that the donor wants to remain anonymous.
You mean, somebody wants to give me his kidney, and I don't get a chance to thank him? Well, it seems that's the way he wants it.
You believe it? There are some good people in the world.
People who don't have to blow their own horn to hear the music.
Okay.
I have to go now.
You got to what? But I'm glad I was here for your good news.
Oh, well, yes.
Yes, right.
You Forgot you got that presidential detail.
No, I've got something much, much more important.
Top secret.
Security stuff? ( Chuckles ) Believe me, I will be with you every step of the way.
All right? ( Whispers ): Yeah.
( Knocking ) Hi.
I don't know if it's against hospital rules, but I had a feeling you could use one of these.
( laughs ) Thanks.
It's good to see you, Monica.
It's good to see you too, sir.
I wish I could say the same.
Excuse me? No one cleared any of this through me.
I arrive in front of and there's a stranger standing there guarding me.
I'm not gonna let you off the hook this easy.
Uh Sir I came down here personally to tell you to take all the time you need to recover, so that you're in tiptop shape when you join me in Washington.
I'm sorry, Senator Hammond.
I'm afraid I can't take the job.
I've just given a friend a kidney, and I I'm gonna be leaving the agency.
I can pull strings.
I'll find you something on my detail.
Nope.
I'm afraid I've made other plans.
What are you gonna do? Get myself a life.
I don't know for sure, but I know that I'm going fishing.
( Chuckles ) Sure you won't change your mind? Yes.
I'm positive.
Well you still are my hero.
I might be your hero, but my hero's two doors down the hall.
ULYSSES: Hold it! Hold it! MARTY: Get back! I got him! Okay.
Whoa! Look at that! It's Old General! ( laughing ) ( laughing ) Easy, easy.
Yeah.
I knew you would.
You know, he's gonna look real great on your wall.
Oh, I think he looks better out there.
Whoo! ( Splash ) I still think it's a pity that Ulysses is never gonna know who saved his life.
That's all right, Andrew.
We know.
What's that you got there, baby? Nothing.
But they sure are biting.
What is that? A marshmallow.
You're trying to catch a fish with a marshmallow? I'm not trying to catch anything.
I'm just fishing.
Good for you.
So, what's the good in fishing if we're not trying to catch anything? We've got to catch him up, baby.
Beauty is, we got all day.
( Chuckles ) ( heartfelt theme playing )