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#412 : O Kela Me Keia Manawa

Ecrit par : John Dove
Réalisé par : Peter Weller

Synopsis :

Un patron de bar disparaît après avoir tué l'un des deux hommes qui l'avaient agressé à la fermeture de son établissement. En collaboration avec Grover, McGarrett découvre que l'homme est en réalité un vétéran de guerre en fuite après avoir été impliqué dans un homicide. De leur côté, Danny secourt une jeune femme dont il vient de tomber sous le charme et Kono retrouve enfin Adam à Vancouver...

Titre anglais : Now and Then

Popularité


4.5 - 4 votes

Titre VO
O Kela Me Keia Manawa - Now and Then

Titre VF
O Kela Me Keia Manawa

Première diffusion
10.01.2014

Première diffusion en France
19.04.2014

Diffusions

Logo de la chaîne M6

France (inédit)
Samedi 19.04.2014 à 20:50
2.44m / 10.8% (Part)

Logo de la chaîne CBS

Etats-Unis (inédit)
Vendredi 10.01.2014 à 21:00
10.74m / 1.6% (18-49)

Plus de détails

N°83

Découvrez le casting régulier de cet épisode :

Alex O’Loughlin (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka (Dr. Max Bergman)
Michelle Borth (Catherine Rollins)

Découvrez le casting récurrent de cet épisode :

Taylor Wily (Kamekona)
Chi McBride (Captain Lou Grover)
Teilor Grubbs (Grace Williams)
Brian Yang (Charlie Fong)
Ian Anthony Dale (Adam Noshimuri)
Dennis Chun (Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Shawn Mokuahi Garnett (Flippa)

Découvrez toutes les guest-stars de cet épisode :

Karl Makinen (Jack Anderson)
Zeus Kang (Gus Yamada)
Eugene Shaw (Dennis Koga)
Lili Simmons (Amber Vitale)
Laurie Fortier (Bridgette Anderson)
Spencer Churchill (Justin Anderson)
Michael Ray Clark (Adrian Poe)
Nick Hoffa (Alex Roberts)
Zay Harding (Matt Haley)
Jennifer Fairbank (Bartender)
Maheanali Richardson (News Reporter)
Nicholas Yee (CSU Tech)
Joanna Georgiev (Girl)
Ekona Ravey (Boyfriend)

412 : Résumé Long

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Nous vous invitons à aller le lire directement sur leur site en attendant la propre version du quartier "Hawaii Five-0 HypnoSeries".

Résumé Long 412

Partenaire

412 : Script VF

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Vous en voulez une autre ?

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Bonsoir. Je suis Lani Richardson,

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journaliste pour KNZR 
à Honolulu, Hawaï.

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Vous savez, ce n'est pas
si catastrophique.

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Nous avons des bonnes nouvelles.

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Ce soir, les patrouilleurs du
HPD sont plus en sécurité

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grâce à la générosité 
d'un bon samaritain anonyme

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qui a donné 100 
nouveaux gilet pare balles

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au département de police 
par la Honolulu Police Foundation.

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Le Maire Kirk Caldwell dit ...

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Tu aimes juste donner
ton argent, n'est-ce pas ?

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Je ne peux pas le prendre avec moi.
Et bien,

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si tu es à la recherche
d'une autre bonne cause,

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Je pourrais utiliser une relance.

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Tu es sûrement la barmaid
la mieux payée de cette île.

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- Allez.
- Ouais, tu as sûrement raison.

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Ça ne coûte rien de demander.

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J'ai perdu ma boule sous votre table.
Vous pouvez me la récupérer ?

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Va voir ailleurs.

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Allez, aidez une jeune fille !

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Qu'est-ce que je t'ai dit ?

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C'est quoi ton problème, katonk ?

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- Elle te l'a demandé gentiment.
- Dégage.

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Arrête tout de suite !

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Laisse-le partir.

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Tu m'as compris ?

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Laisse-le.

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Maintenant, je vais vous demander
en tant que gentleman, de sortir d'ici

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comme vous êtes entrés.

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Il n'y aura aucun problème.

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On y va.

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- Au revoir.
- Au revoir. Mahalo.

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On se voit demain.

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- Ok, conduis prudement.
- D'accord

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toi aussi.

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♪ Hawaii Five-O 4x12 ♪
O Kela Me Keia Manawa (Now and Then)
Première diffusion le 10/01/2014

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== Synchro par elderman ==
== www.addic7ed.com ==

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    Adam.

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Kono.

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Comment as-tu...

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Comment m'as-tu trouvé ?

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Ça n'a pas été facile.

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Tu n'aurais pas dû venir.

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Tu pourrais avoir été suivie.

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C'est fini, Adam.

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Il n'y a plus de loyauté 
envers Michael.

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Tous ceux qui voulaient se venger 
de sa mort sont morts

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ou emprisonnés.

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Tu n'as plus à te cacher.

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On peut rentrer à la maison ?

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On peut rentrer à la maison.

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G-E-N-I-A-L

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Génial.

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Allez, L'équipe!

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C'est génial, hein ?

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Bye, Danno.

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Pardon. Pourquoi...

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Pourquoi es-tu pressée
de me dire au revoir ?

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- Je viens, je dis quelques bonjours.
- Il le faut vraiment ?

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Oui, il le faut... 
Fais attention à moi, ok ?

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Tu es la chose la plus importante 
dans ma vie.

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"Et la deuxième
n'est même pas proche."

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C'est ça.

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D'accord ? Donc qu'est-ce que ça veut
dire ? Ça veut dire qu'il n'y a

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aucune chance que je te laisse passer 
la nuit chez quelqu'un

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sans voir exactement
qui s'occupe de toi. D'accord?

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Grace,

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enfin.
Allez,

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tu connais toutes les mamans.

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Tu as ton téléphone dans ton sac ?

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Oui, et je promets de t'appeler
si je suis nostalgique.

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avant d'avoir une crise de panique 
ou une dépression nerveuse.

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Allez. Fais-moi un calin.
Merci. je t'aime, Danno.

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Je t'aime aussi. Ton sac.

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Au revoir.

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Le nom de la victime est Gus Yamada.

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C'est le membre d'un gang local

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Avec un long casier judiciaire
qui dit qu'il ne

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joue pas avec les autres.

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La femme là-bas travaillait au bar 
la nuit dernière.

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Elle dit que le propriétaire, 
Jack Anderson a jeté Yamada

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et un de ses gars vers 23 h

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après qu'ils s'en soient pris
à un autre client.

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On a parlé à Anderson ?

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D'après la serveuse,

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il a fermé le bar vers 2 heures

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mais apparemment il n'est pas rentré
chez lui.

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Sa femme a signalé sa disparition
tôt ce matin.

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Donc, nous pensons que
Yamada et son copain

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ont attendu Anderson ici

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et l'ont confronté pour
les avoir jetés hors du bar ?

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C'est une théorie.

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On dirait qu'il s'est bien débattu.

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Depuis quand le capitaine
du SWAT se montre

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sur une scène de crime ?

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Jamais.

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Commandant.

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Vous voulez peut-être jeter un œil à ça.

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On l'a trouvé dans la benne à ordure.

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Merci.

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Ce doit être le téléphone d'Anderson.

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Bridgette doit être

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sa femme. Elle a essayé

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de le joindre toute la matinée.

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Regarde ça.

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Son dernier appel entrant

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n'est pas un numéro local.
Voyons voir qui d'autre

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a essayé de le joindre

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On doit parler.

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J'ai rencontré Jack lors d'un gala
de charité il y a quelques mois.

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Son bar parraine une jeune équipe

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locale de football.
Et nous venons tous les deux

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d'Illinois, nés et élevés, et...

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on s'est rapprochés grâce aux Bears
de Chicago en 85.

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Qu'est ce qui vous a emmené
ici aujourd'hui ?

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Sa femme Bridgette m'a appelé.

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Elle était inquiète qu'il ne soit pas
rentré la nuit dernière,

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donc elle m'a demandé de venir ici

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et voir si son camion
était encore là.

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C'est quelqu'un de bien, Steve.

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C'est vraiment quelqu'un de bien,

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un père de famille.

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S'il n'est pas rentré la nuit dernière,
il y a un problème.

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Quoi qu'il soit arrivé,

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on le découvrira.

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Je suis content que tu sois 
sur cette affaire.

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Peux-tu...

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juste me tenir au courant ?

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Bien sûr.

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Hey, Lou. Tu sais quoi ?

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Je peux faire mieux.

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Je pourrais avoir besoin de toi.

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Merci.

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J'ai obtenu un succès dans le CODIS d'une
piscine de sang sur la scène du crime,

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Mais ce n'est pas Jack Anderson

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Ça nous mène à ce gars.

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Dennis Koga.

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Il a fait des vas et viens en prison
ces dernières années.

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Antécédent d'agressions, vols...

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Attends.

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Je pense que je reconnais ce type
du contrôle que j'ai fait a l'hôpital .

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Dennis Koga.

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Il a été admis au Honululu General 
ce matin

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dans un état grave avec de multiples

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- contusions et fractures.
- Attends une seconde.

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Si Yamada est mort et 
que cet homme est a l’hôpital,

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où est Jack Anderson ?

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Comment va Grover ?

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Il tient le coup. Et toi ?

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Moi ? Je suis malade.

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Elle n'est partie que

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pour quelques jours, Danny.

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Ce n'est pas la question.

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Elle est partie dès que je l'ai déposée.

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Pas même un simple baiser sur la joue.

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Et ce n'est pas la première fois.

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Ce n'est pas la première fois 
que j'ai regardé

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dans les yeux de ma fille
et vu quelque chose de différent

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Je ne sais pas ce que c'est.

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C'est comme si son innocence
s'était envolée

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dans l'espace ou quelque chose comme ça.
Je ne sais pas quoi.

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Oui, et bien, elle grandit

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Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire ?

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Je vais acheter une machine à remonter 
le temps.

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Je vais revenir en arrière, quand elle

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était juste un bébé, 
avant que je te rencontre,


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dans un moment heureux de ma vie.

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Bonne chance alors.

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Tu trouve ça drôle, n'est-ce pas ?

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Non, ce n'est pas drôle.

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Je dis juste que tu dois la laisser partir.

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La laisser grandir.

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Il n'y a rien que tu puisses faire.

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Tu seras toujours Danno pour elle.

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D'accord ? Elle t'aimera toujours ?
N'est-ce pas assez ?

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Laisse-moi lui parler.

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Ne quitte pas.

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Écoute, ça va empirer.

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Attends qu'elle te demande d'aller 
acheter des soutiens-gorge.

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Ou quand son premier petit copain 
se pointera.

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Tu vas adorer ça.

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Tu n'as encore rien vu mon ami, 
alors mets

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tes pantalons de grand garçon

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parce que le temps n'est pas ton allié.

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Pourrais-tu me repasser Steve, 
s'il te plait ?

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Ne me refais jamais ça,en aucune 
circonstances.

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La vérité blesse n'est-ce pas ?

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Repasse-le moi.

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Je dirai

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autre chose...

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Excusez-moi.

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Salut, sauriez-vous

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si cette route mène à Hale Iowa ?

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Oui.

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Quoi ?

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J'ai totalement détruit ça, 
n'est-ce pas ?

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Oui. Vous l'avez complètement

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détruit, vous l'avez tué.

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C'est Hale'iwa, mais
t'inquiètes pas s'il te plait.

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Je suis là depuis 4 ans,

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et je ne peux prononcer
aucun des endroits

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de cette île.

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Et je pensais que vous étiez d'ici.

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Moi ?

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Je suis du New Jersey.
C'est pas vrai !

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On était pratiquement voisins.
Je suis de New York.

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00:11:42,644 --> 00:11:44,160
Vraiment ?
Oui

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00:11:44,162 --> 00:11:45,795
C'est génial.
Vous êtes ici.. ?

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en vacances ? Pour affaires ? Ou autre ?

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Rien de tout ça.

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On pourrait dire que je suis là 
pour prendre un nouveau départ.

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C'est bien.

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00:11:53,455 --> 00:11:56,256
Ça m'a fait plaisir 
de vous rencontrer, Jersey.

214
00:11:56,258 --> 00:11:58,825
Moi de même.

215
00:11:59,560 --> 00:12:01,795
Y-a-t-il une chance

216
00:12:01,797 --> 00:12:03,597
que vous vous dirigiez vers Hailee... ?

217
00:12:05,867 --> 00:12:08,818
Je me disais que si vous alliez par 
là, je pourrais vous suivre ?

218
00:12:08,820 --> 00:12:11,555
Je ne vais pas par là, en fait.

219
00:12:11,557 --> 00:12:13,056
Je vais dans la direction opposée.

220
00:12:13,058 --> 00:12:15,158
D'accord, dans ce cas.

221
00:12:15,160 --> 00:12:16,893
Je suis sûre que je vais trouver 
mon chemin.

222
00:12:16,895 --> 00:12:18,328
Je veux dire, c'est une île,
n'est-ce pas ?

223
00:12:18,330 --> 00:12:19,829
Ça ne devrait pas être si dur.

224
00:12:19,831 --> 00:12:21,531
Oui. Vous continuez à faire des cercles,

225
00:12:21,533 --> 00:12:23,116
et vous trouverez.

226
00:12:23,118 --> 00:12:24,668
Merci pour votre aide.

227
00:12:24,670 --> 00:12:27,003
Bon nouveau départ.

228
00:12:27,005 --> 00:12:28,421
Merci, Jersey.

229
00:12:55,249 --> 00:12:57,534
Je vais te demander encore une fois.

230
00:12:57,536 --> 00:12:59,619
Jack Anderson... Où est-il ?

231
00:12:59,621 --> 00:13:02,238
Et je vais vous le dire encore
une fois. Vous voulez parler,

232
00:13:02,240 --> 00:13:03,440
allez voir mon avocat.

233
00:13:04,910 --> 00:13:06,793
Fais-moi une faveur, s'il te plait ?

234
00:13:06,795 --> 00:13:09,612
- Peux-tu fermer la porte ?
- Tout à fait.

235
00:13:10,331 --> 00:13:12,549
Juste pour une minute.

236
00:13:16,955 --> 00:13:18,388
Quel est le problème ?

237
00:13:18,390 --> 00:13:19,889
Tout va bien, M. Koga ?

238
00:13:19,891 --> 00:13:22,142
Mieux que jamais, infirmière.

239
00:13:22,144 --> 00:13:23,476
- Merci.
- Vous ne pouvez pas faire ça.

240
00:13:23,478 --> 00:13:25,512
Je suis en train de le faire.
Tu vois, je suis avec le Five-O.

241
00:13:25,514 --> 00:13:27,764
Ils ont l'immunité et des moyens.
C'est bien vrai commandant ?

242
00:13:27,766 --> 00:13:29,399
C'est vrai, Capitaine.

243
00:13:29,401 --> 00:13:33,186
Ça veut dire... Je peux
faire ce que je veux.

244
00:13:33,188 --> 00:13:34,821
Regarde ça.

245
00:13:36,590 --> 00:13:39,993
Attendez. Je ne sais pas où il est.

246
00:13:39,995 --> 00:13:41,477
C'est la vérité, je le jure.
Je ne sais pas !

247
00:13:41,479 --> 00:13:43,279
Calme toi.
Dis-moi seulement ce que tu sais.

248
00:13:43,281 --> 00:13:44,914
Ok, écoutez...

249
00:13:44,916 --> 00:13:47,000
Ce gars Anderson

250
00:13:47,002 --> 00:13:48,251
a manqué de respect à Gus.

251
00:13:48,253 --> 00:13:50,503
Il voulait juste donner une leçon
au gars.

252
00:13:50,505 --> 00:13:52,005
Quel genre de leçon ?

253
00:13:52,007 --> 00:13:53,790
Nous l'avons attendu.

254
00:13:56,961 --> 00:13:58,411
Gus avait un couteau.

255
00:13:58,413 --> 00:14:00,630
Il est allé vers le gars 
et a essayé de le couper...


256
00:14:00,632 --> 00:14:02,849
mais il a riposté.

257
00:14:05,519 --> 00:14:06,536
J'ai jamais vu quelqu'un

258
00:14:06,538 --> 00:14:08,988
se battre comme ça.

259
00:14:10,624 --> 00:14:13,393
Il a pris le couteau de Gus
et l'a tué avec.


260
00:14:13,395 --> 00:14:16,529
Il a planté cette chose
tout droit dans sa poitrine.


261
00:14:16,531 --> 00:14:18,181
J'ai essayé d'aider Gus.

262
00:14:18,183 --> 00:14:22,202
Ce type m'a frappé.

263
00:14:22,204 --> 00:14:23,453
Il n'y avait rien que je puisse faire.

264
00:14:23,455 --> 00:14:24,621
A part fuir.

265
00:14:27,209 --> 00:14:28,708
Il m'aurait tué aussi sinon.

266
00:14:30,411 --> 00:14:32,245
D'accord, alors tu te fais frapper.

267
00:14:32,247 --> 00:14:34,247
Et où est allé Anderson après ça ?

268
00:14:34,249 --> 00:14:36,583
Aucune idée.

269
00:14:37,668 --> 00:14:39,836
Alors, où votre pote Jack

270
00:14:39,838 --> 00:14:41,921
a appris à se battre comme ça, Grover ?

271
00:14:41,923 --> 00:14:43,590
Si je le savais.

272
00:14:43,592 --> 00:14:45,425
L'armée ?

273
00:14:45,427 --> 00:14:47,310
Jack est un homme peu bavard.

274
00:14:47,312 --> 00:14:49,229
Il ne parle pas beaucoup de lui.

275
00:14:49,231 --> 00:14:51,214
Ça devait être des brillantes
conversations

276
00:14:51,216 --> 00:14:53,483
entre vous deux.

277
00:14:53,485 --> 00:14:55,735
Ça s'appelle être modeste.

278
00:14:55,737 --> 00:14:59,355
Peut-être que tu devrais essayer 
un de ces jours.

279
00:14:59,357 --> 00:15:01,390
La déposition de Koga confirme

280
00:15:01,392 --> 00:15:03,443
que Jack a tué Yamada
en légitime défense.

281
00:15:03,445 --> 00:15:06,362
N'importe quel jury au monde verrait ça
de la même façon.

282
00:15:06,364 --> 00:15:07,981
Alors, où diable est-il ?

283
00:15:07,983 --> 00:15:09,749
Pourquoi il n'est pas resté

284
00:15:09,751 --> 00:15:11,718
et n'a pas appelé la police ?
Et c'est fini.

285
00:15:11,720 --> 00:15:15,071
Encore mieux, pourquoi
est-ce qu'il ne  t'a pas appelé ?

286
00:15:18,759 --> 00:15:22,045
Oui, je l'admets, 
vous suivre à l'air un peu fou,

287
00:15:22,047 --> 00:15:24,881
mais je veux que vous sachiez
que je ne suis pas fou.

288
00:15:24,883 --> 00:15:29,102
Je connais quelqu'un de fou,
et je ne suis absolument pas comme lui.

289
00:15:29,104 --> 00:15:31,087
Bien que là je parle tout seul,

290
00:15:31,089 --> 00:15:33,256
ce qui fait de moi un fou.

291
00:15:54,445 --> 00:15:57,330
Waouh,Waouh,Waouh,Waouh,Waouh,

292
00:16:20,470 --> 00:16:22,105
C'est le détective 
Danny Williams.


293
00:16:22,107 --> 00:16:24,073
Je suis avec une femme.
Elle est inconsciente.


294
00:16:24,075 --> 00:16:25,909
Sur l'autoroute Kamehameha.
Je dirais à peu près à

295
00:16:25,911 --> 00:16:27,994
un demi-mile à l'est de la sortie de
Kawailoa.

296
00:16:27,996 --> 00:16:29,145
J'ai besoin d'une ambulance.

297
00:16:29,147 --> 00:16:30,830
Quelle est la nature 
de ses blessures ?

298
00:16:30,832 --> 00:16:32,198
Je ne sais pas.

299
00:16:32,200 --> 00:16:34,367
Elle ne respire pas, je ne sens pas 
de pouls.

300
00:16:34,369 --> 00:16:35,702
Elle est inconsciente.

301
00:16:35,704 --> 00:16:37,003
Elle pourrait être en train de mourir.

302
00:16:37,005 --> 00:16:39,322
Envoyez une ambulance, s'il vous plait.

303
00:16:42,126 --> 00:16:44,260
Oh. Bonjour. Hey.

304
00:16:44,262 --> 00:16:47,680
Elle a une blessure par balle
à l’arrière du cou.

305
00:16:47,682 --> 00:16:50,517
Demandez à l'ambulance de se dépêcher,
d'accord ?

306
00:18:15,841 --> 00:18:16,525
Les empreintes

307
00:18:16,526 --> 00:18:19,277
que le CSU a relevées sur l'arme du crime
correspondent aux empreintes de réference

308
00:18:19,279 --> 00:18:21,880
que nous avons pris dans la maison
de Jack Anderson.

309
00:18:21,882 --> 00:18:23,315
C'est cohérent avec l'histoire de Koga.

310
00:18:23,317 --> 00:18:25,250
Il nous a dit qu'Anderson 
l'a poignardé à mort

311
00:18:25,252 --> 00:18:26,952
avec son propre couteau.

312
00:18:26,954 --> 00:18:29,087
Qu'est-ce que tu ne nous dis pas, Chin ?

313
00:18:31,557 --> 00:18:34,759
Les empreintes d'Anderson sont 
également apparues dans AFIS.

314
00:18:36,980 --> 00:18:40,382
C'est un vétéran décoré
de la Guerre du Golfe.

315
00:18:40,384 --> 00:18:43,118
Un beret vert qui finissait juste une
mission en Irak

316
00:18:43,120 --> 00:18:44,486
lorsque c'est arrivé.

317
00:18:44,488 --> 00:18:46,771
D'après la police de DeKalb,

318
00:18:46,773 --> 00:18:48,640
Anderson était le conducteur 
d'un véhicule en fuite

319
00:18:48,642 --> 00:18:50,025
dans le braquage armé d'un magasin de
spiritueux

320
00:18:50,027 --> 00:18:52,093
en 1993.

321
00:18:52,095 --> 00:18:55,113
Maintenant, la voiture qu'il conduisait 
s'est écrasée sur une autre voiture,

322
00:18:55,115 --> 00:18:56,981
tuant son conducteur, une jeune mariée

323
00:18:56,983 --> 00:18:59,834
du nom de Jessica Haley. 
Elle rentrait du travail.

324
00:19:01,255 --> 00:19:02,587
Ce gars m'a vraiment mené en bateau.

325
00:19:02,589 --> 00:19:04,289
Toi et beaucoup
d'autres personnes.

326
00:19:04,291 --> 00:19:06,925
Ses complices ont été attrapés en 
fuyant la scène,

327
00:19:06,927 --> 00:19:08,960
mais il semble avoir 
d'une manière ou d'une autre disparu

328
00:19:08,962 --> 00:19:11,146
de la surface de la terre...
jusqu'à aujourd'hui.

329
00:19:12,265 --> 00:19:14,999
Jack a délibérément jeté ce téléphone
dans une benne

330
00:19:15,001 --> 00:19:16,801
parce qu'il ne voulait pas être trouvé.

331
00:19:16,803 --> 00:19:18,520
Jack Anderson n'est pas

332
00:19:18,522 --> 00:19:20,171
une personne disparue.

333
00:19:20,173 --> 00:19:21,790
Il fuit.

334
00:19:25,562 --> 00:19:27,679
Est-ce Jack va bien ?

335
00:19:27,681 --> 00:19:30,014
L'avez-vous trouvé ?
Non, pas encore.

336
00:19:30,016 --> 00:19:31,700
Bridgette, nous devons vous parler de 
quelque chose.

337
00:19:31,702 --> 00:19:33,735
Qu'est-ce que c'est ?

338
00:19:33,737 --> 00:19:35,654
Qu'est-ce qui ne va pas ?

339
00:19:35,656 --> 00:19:38,189
Steve, tu peux nous donner une minute,
s'il te plaît ?

340
00:19:38,191 --> 00:19:40,375
Oui.

341
00:19:43,862 --> 00:19:44,963
Est-ce que tu savais ?

342
00:19:44,965 --> 00:19:46,648
Est-ce que je savais quoi ?

343
00:19:46,650 --> 00:19:48,033
Ce que Jack a fait à DeKalb ?

344
00:19:48,035 --> 00:19:49,301
Je suis désolée.

345
00:19:49,303 --> 00:19:51,052
Je ne sais pas de quoi tu parles.

346
00:19:51,054 --> 00:19:52,387
Hé, les gars.

347
00:19:53,923 --> 00:19:55,173
Êtes-vous un policier ?

348
00:19:55,175 --> 00:19:56,725
Si je suis un policier ?

349
00:19:56,727 --> 00:19:59,043
Pourquoi ? A cause de ceci ?

350
00:19:59,045 --> 00:20:00,878
C'est un vrai badge ?

351
00:20:00,880 --> 00:20:02,897
Est-ce un vrai badge ?

352
00:20:02,899 --> 00:20:06,050
Tu veux le voir ?

353
00:20:06,052 --> 00:20:08,269
Les empreintes ne mentent pas, 
Bridgette.

354
00:20:08,271 --> 00:20:11,690
Ton mari est recherché 
pour meurtre dans l'Illinois.

355
00:20:11,692 --> 00:20:14,192
Il n'aurait jamais ...

356
00:20:14,194 --> 00:20:15,577
Tu le connais.

357
00:20:15,579 --> 00:20:17,562
Tu sais quel genre d'homme il est.

358
00:20:17,564 --> 00:20:19,731
Je croyais que je le savais.

359
00:20:22,451 --> 00:20:24,502
Ecoute-moi très attentivement.

360
00:20:24,504 --> 00:20:26,254
Dans deux heures,

361
00:20:26,256 --> 00:20:28,773
toute l'île sera remplie
d'agents du HPD,

362
00:20:28,775 --> 00:20:30,208
du FBI et de la police de l'Illinois,

363
00:20:30,210 --> 00:20:32,344
et ils seront tous à la recherche de 
ton mari.

364
00:20:32,346 --> 00:20:33,928
Il y aura des jeunes flics fonceurs,

365
00:20:33,930 --> 00:20:36,097
à la gâchette facile 
qui chercheront à se faire un nom

366
00:20:36,099 --> 00:20:38,583
en attrapant un fugitif d'une enquête
pour meurtre vieille de 20 ans.

367
00:20:38,585 --> 00:20:40,468
Et ils ne connaissent pas Jack, 
le père de famille.

368
00:20:40,470 --> 00:20:43,138
Ils ne connaissent que Jack le fugitif,

369
00:20:43,140 --> 00:20:46,141
et ils le captureront 
par tous les moyens nécessaires.

370
00:20:48,694 --> 00:20:52,063
Bridgette, je sais que ça fait beaucoup.
Je suis désolé.

371
00:20:52,065 --> 00:20:54,932
Mais je vais avoir besoin de ton aide.

372
00:20:54,934 --> 00:20:57,602
Si tu sais où il pourrait être,

373
00:20:57,604 --> 00:21:00,121
s'il essaye de te contacter,

374
00:21:00,123 --> 00:21:01,706
tu dois me le dire immédiatement.

375
00:21:01,708 --> 00:21:03,908
Je ne sais pas. Je le jure.

376
00:21:03,910 --> 00:21:05,343
Bridgette, les garçons ont dit

377
00:21:05,345 --> 00:21:07,162
que Jack est revenu à la maison ce matin.

378
00:21:10,216 --> 00:21:11,800
je devais être endormie.

379
00:21:11,802 --> 00:21:13,268
C'est ce qu'ils disent.

380
00:21:13,270 --> 00:21:14,719
Il leur a fait promettre de

381
00:21:14,721 --> 00:21:16,588
ne dire à personne qu'il était revenu.

382
00:21:16,590 --> 00:21:17,772
Je suppose qu'il a pris un fusil

383
00:21:17,774 --> 00:21:19,891
et du matériel de camping.
Il leur a aussi dit

384
00:21:19,893 --> 00:21:21,810
qu'il pourrait être parti pendant
un peu de temps.

385
00:21:21,812 --> 00:21:23,928
Tu n'as aucune idée de où ça pourrait 
être ?

386
00:21:23,930 --> 00:21:25,897
Il va...

387
00:21:25,899 --> 00:21:28,767
chasser dans la réserve de la forêt Ewa.

388
00:21:28,769 --> 00:21:32,804
Il fait souvent

389
00:21:32,806 --> 00:21:34,906
du camping autour de Waimano Stream.

390
00:21:34,908 --> 00:21:37,325
Ok. Je sais où c'est.
Merci.

391
00:21:42,515 --> 00:21:43,965
Très bien,

392
00:21:43,967 --> 00:21:46,451
écoute, ne t'inquiète pas, nous allons
le ramener sain et sauf.

393
00:21:46,453 --> 00:21:48,186
Pendant ce temps, tu prends juste soin
de ces garçons,

394
00:21:48,188 --> 00:21:49,587
d'accord ?

395
00:21:56,079 --> 00:21:58,379
C'est parfait, comme ça.

396
00:21:58,381 --> 00:21:59,481
Bien.

397
00:21:59,483 --> 00:22:02,100
Ca c'est ma princesse de fille

398
00:22:02,102 --> 00:22:04,068
Excellent , Excellent
C'est magnifique

399
00:22:04,070 --> 00:22:05,503
Tourne-toi.

400
00:22:05,505 --> 00:22:07,388
Oui.

401
00:22:07,390 --> 00:22:08,973
Joli , c'est bien

402
00:22:08,975 --> 00:22:10,341
Comme ça. 
Lève le menton.

403
00:22:10,343 --> 00:22:11,976
Bien. Elles sont superbes.

404
00:22:12,611 --> 00:22:13,761
- Tête baissée.
- Excusez-moi.

405
00:22:13,763 --> 00:22:15,280
Excusez-moi. Je suis le Détective 
Williams.

406
00:22:15,282 --> 00:22:17,449
Je suis du Five-0. 
Montrez moi votre arme.

407
00:22:19,151 --> 00:22:21,519
J'ai besoin de voir toutes les
armes que vous avez ici.

408
00:22:21,521 --> 00:22:23,655
Dès que vous me direz ce qu'il se passe.

409
00:22:23,657 --> 00:22:25,206
Je vais vous dire ce qu'il se passe,
il y a une femme,

410
00:22:25,208 --> 00:22:26,991
qui est à l'hôpital en ce moment
en train d'essayer de survivre.

411
00:22:26,993 --> 00:22:28,676
Elle s'est faite tirer dessus sur
cette autoroute

412
00:22:28,678 --> 00:22:30,378
de cette plage.
Comme je l'ai dit,

413
00:22:30,380 --> 00:22:32,881
je dois voir toutes les armes que vous
avez ici.

414
00:22:35,751 --> 00:22:37,719
Merci.

415
00:22:42,725 --> 00:22:45,894
Voyez, detective, toutes les armes de 
ce shooting

416
00:22:45,896 --> 00:22:47,011
sont des accessoires.

417
00:22:47,013 --> 00:22:48,480
Elles sont inutilisables.
Croyez moi.

418
00:22:48,482 --> 00:22:50,398
Je les ai vérifiées moi-même.

419
00:22:51,884 --> 00:22:53,985
Vous êtes là depuis quand ce matin ?

420
00:22:53,987 --> 00:22:55,219
Depuis le lever du soleil.

421
00:22:55,221 --> 00:22:56,571
Vous avez vu quelqu'un d'autre ?

422
00:22:56,573 --> 00:22:57,989
Juste nous.

423
00:23:01,277 --> 00:23:03,027
Très bien, je vais avoir besoin de voir

424
00:23:03,029 --> 00:23:05,272
toutes les photos que vous avez prises 
ici ce matin.

425
00:23:05,297 --> 00:23:07,297
Oui.

426
00:23:08,117 --> 00:23:11,202
J'appelle juste pour savoir comment
elle va.

427
00:23:11,204 --> 00:23:13,588
Je ne connais pas son nom. C'est celle
avec la blessure par balle.

428
00:23:13,590 --> 00:23:14,906
Combien y en a-t-il ?

429
00:23:14,908 --> 00:23:17,175
Ne me mettez pas en attente
s'il vous plait.

430
00:23:47,873 --> 00:23:49,324
Qu'est-ce que tu as pour moi, Duke ?

431
00:23:49,326 --> 00:23:51,726
CSU a trouvé des trucs dans la maison
de Gus Yamada.

432
00:23:51,728 --> 00:23:53,277
Je pensais que ça pourrait t'intéresser.

433
00:23:55,164 --> 00:23:57,882
Yamada ne me semble pas être 
du genre à aller à l'église.

434
00:23:57,884 --> 00:24:00,585
Alors qu'est-ce qu'on a là ?

435
00:24:00,587 --> 00:24:01,536
Des photos.

436
00:24:01,538 --> 00:24:03,755
Le chemin pour aller au bar d'Anderson.

437
00:24:03,757 --> 00:24:05,590
Un planning quotidien.

438
00:24:07,125 --> 00:24:09,310
C'est une photo de son van. 
C'est du matériel de surveillance.

439
00:24:09,312 --> 00:24:10,628
Il était bien payé.

440
00:24:10,630 --> 00:24:11,813
Il y a 10 000 dollars là-dedans.

441
00:24:11,815 --> 00:24:14,148
C'était dans le sac de sport 
avec ce téléphone.

442
00:24:14,150 --> 00:24:16,317
Donc Yamada n'est pas venu au bar
d'Anderson

443
00:24:16,319 --> 00:24:18,436
pour goûter le Mais Tais ; ils 
l'observaient.

444
00:24:19,438 --> 00:24:21,906
C'était censé être un coup.

445
00:24:39,933 --> 00:24:42,434
Tu a une idée de qui 
voudrait tuer ton ami ?

446
00:24:43,703 --> 00:24:45,137
Eh bien,

447
00:24:45,139 --> 00:24:46,271
Jack est un fugitif.

448
00:24:46,273 --> 00:24:48,023
J'imagine qu'il a croisé beaucoup de 
gens

449
00:24:48,025 --> 00:24:49,224
entre ici et Chicago,

450
00:24:49,226 --> 00:24:51,126
mais je ne sais pas,
je ne veux pas être

451
00:24:51,128 --> 00:24:52,227
celui qui spécule.

452
00:24:52,229 --> 00:24:54,012
Je préférerais lui demander moi-même,
en personne.

453
00:24:55,165 --> 00:24:59,184
Tu peux ralentir 
si tu n'arrive pas à me suivre.

454
00:24:59,186 --> 00:25:01,837
Tu sais, mon vieux m'a dit, un jour,

455
00:25:01,839 --> 00:25:04,289
de ne jamais confondre quelqu'un
qui avance vite

456
00:25:04,291 --> 00:25:07,409
avec quelqu'un qui sait où il va.

457
00:25:07,411 --> 00:25:09,628
Sauf votre respect, votre vieux père
ne me connait pas.

458
00:25:09,630 --> 00:25:11,380
J'avance vite et je sais où je vais.

459
00:25:11,382 --> 00:25:14,383
Garçon, j'aimerai être à moitié aussi bon 
que ce que tu penses être.

460
00:25:17,555 --> 00:25:19,338
Long voyage depuis Chicago ?

461
00:25:19,340 --> 00:25:21,340
Qu'est-ce que c'est censé vouloir
dire ?

462
00:25:21,342 --> 00:25:23,025
Tu pense que je ne sais pas m'orienter

463
00:25:23,027 --> 00:25:24,543
dans les bois ?

464
00:25:24,545 --> 00:25:26,145
Premièrement, c'est une forêt.

465
00:25:26,147 --> 00:25:28,480
Deuxièmement, si tu savais t'orienter

466
00:25:28,482 --> 00:25:30,232
dans cette forêt...

467
00:25:30,234 --> 00:25:32,217
tu saurais que l'arbuste à côté duquel
tu te tiens

468
00:25:32,219 --> 00:25:33,718
est un noho malie.

469
00:25:33,720 --> 00:25:35,154
C'est extrêmement toxique.

470
00:25:42,562 --> 00:25:44,613
Merci, Ranger Rick.

471
00:25:45,565 --> 00:25:48,417
De rien.

472
00:25:48,419 --> 00:25:49,868
Ah.

473
00:25:49,870 --> 00:25:51,453
Tu sais, traverser ces bois...

474
00:25:51,455 --> 00:25:54,573
oh, désolé, "cette forêt"...

475
00:25:54,575 --> 00:25:56,592
t'ouvres un peu l'esprit.

476
00:25:56,594 --> 00:25:58,293
T'aides à voir les choses différemment.

477
00:25:58,295 --> 00:25:59,911
Quoi,essaierais tu de me transmettre ton calme,maintenant.

478
00:25:59,913 --> 00:26:02,097
Non, je te dis juste que
je sais ce que c'est.

479
00:26:04,384 --> 00:26:06,435
Voudrais-tu me dire ce que c'est ?

480
00:26:06,437 --> 00:26:08,303
Ça :

481
00:26:08,305 --> 00:26:10,355
"Je pourrai vraiment utiliser ton aide."

482
00:26:10,357 --> 00:26:12,007
Tu crois que je pense que
tu a fait équipe avec moi ici

483
00:26:12,009 --> 00:26:15,093
par gaieté de cœur ?

484
00:26:15,095 --> 00:26:17,029
Très bien .
Peu importe .

485
00:26:17,031 --> 00:26:18,730
Tu es l'ami de Jack.

486
00:26:18,732 --> 00:26:20,149
Je sais que tu ne vas pas 
rentrer chez toi,

487
00:26:20,151 --> 00:26:22,934
t’asseoir dans ton fauteuil et
attendre que je t'appelle.

488
00:26:22,936 --> 00:26:24,069
Tu sera dehors

489
00:26:24,071 --> 00:26:25,954
en train de faire plein de désordre.

490
00:26:25,956 --> 00:26:28,290
Te mettre en travers de mon chemin,
donc je vais me faire une faveur.

491
00:26:28,292 --> 00:26:29,575
Épargnes-moi les ennuis.

492
00:26:29,577 --> 00:26:31,627
Mais tu n'a qu'à moitié raison.

493
00:26:31,629 --> 00:26:33,962
Catherine Rollins 
effectue son devoir de réserve.

494
00:26:33,964 --> 00:26:36,999
Danno est sur la côte nord, 
je manque de main d'œuvre...

495
00:26:37,001 --> 00:26:38,717
alors j'y ai réfléchi et je me suis dis

496
00:26:38,719 --> 00:26:41,336
que tu étais assez compétent 
pour faire équipe avec moi.

497
00:26:43,306 --> 00:26:45,724
Assez compétent ?

498
00:26:45,726 --> 00:26:47,976
Et bien, tu n'est pas totalement

499
00:26:47,978 --> 00:26:49,428
un expert ,tu sais

500
00:26:49,430 --> 00:26:52,231
Aller, c'est une question simple.

501
00:26:52,233 --> 00:26:55,067
Qui vous a engagé pour tuer
Jack Anderson ?

502
00:26:55,069 --> 00:26:56,435
J'ai juste besoin d'un nom.

503
00:26:56,437 --> 00:26:58,437
Je n'en ai pas.

504
00:26:58,439 --> 00:27:00,689
Donc faites ce que vous voulez.

505
00:27:00,691 --> 00:27:02,307
Torturez-moi comme
l'ont fait vos amis,

506
00:27:02,309 --> 00:27:04,193
parce que je ne peux pas vous dire
une chose que je ne sais pas.

507
00:27:04,195 --> 00:27:06,945
Vous savez la torture
c'est pas vraiment mon style.

508
00:27:08,831 --> 00:27:10,449
Maintenant, Koga...

509
00:27:10,451 --> 00:27:13,168
vous avez un fils de trois ans
et une petite fille, c'est ça ?

510
00:27:14,837 --> 00:27:16,421
Vous avez été dans le système.

511
00:27:16,423 --> 00:27:17,839
Vous savez comment ça marche.

512
00:27:17,841 --> 00:27:19,708
La première personne qui parle
obtient un deal,

513
00:27:19,710 --> 00:27:22,427
et Yamada est mort

514
00:27:22,429 --> 00:27:24,346
J'appelle ça une opportunité

515
00:27:24,348 --> 00:27:26,831
Regarde, vous parlez maintenant...

516
00:27:26,833 --> 00:27:28,667
peut-être que vous passerez
deux à trois ans

517
00:27:28,669 --> 00:27:30,018
dans une prison de
sécurité minimale

518
00:27:30,020 --> 00:27:33,438
et vous aurez une sorte
de relation avec vos enfants.

519
00:27:33,440 --> 00:27:35,524
Mais si vous ne parlez pas...

520
00:27:35,526 --> 00:27:36,975
Je vous promet

521
00:27:36,977 --> 00:27:39,444
que vous irez dans une prison
de sécurité maximale

522
00:27:39,446 --> 00:27:43,014
pendant 15 à 20 ans en
regardant vos enfants grandir

523
00:27:43,016 --> 00:27:44,983
à travers une vitre en plexiglas.

524
00:27:47,987 --> 00:27:49,821
Donc vous avez
une décision à prendre.

525
00:27:51,291 --> 00:27:53,542
Car quand je passerez cette porte...

526
00:27:54,662 --> 00:27:57,195
le deal partira avec moi.

527
00:28:02,001 --> 00:28:03,468
Ok, écoute ...

528
00:28:06,973 --> 00:28:09,308
Je vais vous dire qui nous a engagé.

529
00:28:10,343 --> 00:28:13,395
Héro de guerre décoré.

530
00:28:13,397 --> 00:28:15,264
Jamais de démêlés avec la justice.

531
00:28:15,266 --> 00:28:16,732
Comment un gars comme ça finit par

532
00:28:16,734 --> 00:28:18,984
voler un magasin d'alcools?

533
00:28:18,986 --> 00:28:21,553
Je ne sais pas.
Peut être qu'il était bourré ou défoncé.

534
00:28:21,555 --> 00:28:23,021
- Ce n'est pas vraiment important,
n'est-ce pas? - Non ça ne l'est pas.

535
00:28:23,023 --> 00:28:24,239
Je n'essaye pas de donner à ce gars

536
00:28:24,241 --> 00:28:26,391
 un laissez-passer, soit.
Je dis juste.

537
00:28:26,393 --> 00:28:28,610
Peut-être qu'il a fait une erreur ?

538
00:28:30,747 --> 00:28:31,896
Je veux dire...

539
00:28:31,898 --> 00:28:33,665
ça doit représenter quelque chose

540
00:28:33,667 --> 00:28:35,200
il tourna toute sa vie autour de,

541
00:28:35,202 --> 00:28:36,668
a passé les 20 années
suivante à essayer

542
00:28:36,670 --> 00:28:38,069
de faire se qui est bien.

543
00:28:38,071 --> 00:28:40,339
Et si c'était ta soeur

544
00:28:40,341 --> 00:28:41,356
et ma femme et mes enfants

545
00:28:41,358 --> 00:28:43,292
qu'il aurait tué dans
cet accident de voiture ?

546
00:28:43,294 --> 00:28:45,043
Ce qu'il a fait avant,
ce qu'il a fait apres,

547
00:28:45,045 --> 00:28:46,128
ne signifierait pas
grand chose.

548
00:28:46,130 --> 00:28:47,846
Ecoute, mec, tu as
un bon argument, d'accord ?

549
00:28:47,848 --> 00:28:49,064
Je dis juste...

550
00:28:49,066 --> 00:28:50,716
Tu ne peux pas me dire
que je me sentirai bien

551
00:28:50,718 --> 00:28:53,352
en mettant les menottes à
un gars comme ça, d'accord ?

552
00:28:53,354 --> 00:28:55,354
- En plus c'est ton ami.
- Penses à la famille de la victime.

553
00:28:55,356 --> 00:28:57,105
Bien , et à propos de 
la famille de Jack ?

554
00:28:57,107 --> 00:28:59,474
Vous pensez que je n'ai pas
de cœur ?

555
00:28:59,476 --> 00:29:02,144
J'ai eu un nœud a l'estomac
juste en pensant à tout ça.

556
00:29:02,146 --> 00:29:03,228
Mec, je disais juste

557
00:29:03,230 --> 00:29:05,647
ne l'effaces pas complètement, ok ?

558
00:29:05,649 --> 00:29:07,766
Parfois de bonnes personnes font de mauvaises choses

559
00:29:07,768 --> 00:29:09,568
On court tous pour
quelque chose, non ?

560
00:29:10,987 --> 00:29:13,438
Pourrais-tu être un peu plus précis ?

561
00:29:14,774 --> 00:29:15,891
Excuse-moi ?

562
00:29:15,893 --> 00:29:18,060
Si tu veux quelque chose de moi,

563
00:29:18,062 --> 00:29:19,227
demandes simplement.

564
00:29:19,229 --> 00:29:21,880
Ses contrôles mentaux de Jedi
ne marchent pas avec moi.

565
00:29:22,715 --> 00:29:24,082
Bien

566
00:29:24,084 --> 00:29:25,967
Qu'est ce qui t'as
conduit hors de Chicago ?

567
00:29:28,638 --> 00:29:31,256
Oubli. Toi et moi...
on en est pas encore là.

568
00:29:35,495 --> 00:29:38,263
Attends.

569
00:29:43,569 --> 00:29:46,971
Elles sont encore fraiches.

570
00:29:46,973 --> 00:29:49,974
Il ne peut pas être plus de
10 ou 15 minutes devant nous.

571
00:30:02,622 --> 00:30:03,755
Bonjour.

572
00:30:03,757 --> 00:30:05,323
Qu'es ce que vous faites ?
Je peux vous aider ?

573
00:30:05,325 --> 00:30:07,542
Je suis le détective Williams

574
00:30:07,544 --> 00:30:09,344
du Five-O.
J'ai besoin de vous demander,

575
00:30:09,346 --> 00:30:10,946
avez vous un fusil à bord ?

576
00:30:10,948 --> 00:30:13,498
Oui. Nous l'utilisons
quand nous allons à la pêche aux requins.

577
00:30:13,500 --> 00:30:14,549
Okay .
Quel est le problème?

578
00:30:14,551 --> 00:30:16,301
Vous allez devoir me l'indiquer,

579
00:30:16,303 --> 00:30:17,419
me montrer où il est.

580
00:30:17,421 --> 00:30:18,937
Restez où vous êtes s'il vous plait

581
00:30:18,939 --> 00:30:20,004
C'est dedans

582
00:30:20,006 --> 00:30:21,173
- Dedans ?
- Oui.

583
00:30:21,175 --> 00:30:23,174
Qu'est-ce qui se passe ?

584
00:30:34,186 --> 00:30:36,154
Il a servi récemment.

585
00:30:36,156 --> 00:30:38,623
Oui, nous avons pêché

586
00:30:38,625 --> 00:30:39,775
sur la plage ce matin,

587
00:30:39,777 --> 00:30:41,543
et rien ne mordait, donc...

588
00:30:41,545 --> 00:30:43,628
J'ai laissé mon fils Jon 
l'utiliser pour...

589
00:30:43,630 --> 00:30:46,214
faire des exercices de tir
sur des canettes dans l'eau.

590
00:30:48,200 --> 00:30:50,680
Il n'y avait aucun bateau autour. Je ne
pensais pas que ça poserait un problème.

591
00:30:52,088 --> 00:30:54,339
Que se passe - t - il détective ?

592
00:30:54,341 --> 00:30:55,640
Quelque chose s'est passé ?

593
00:30:55,642 --> 00:30:57,893
Euh, oui, quelque chose,...

594
00:30:57,895 --> 00:31:00,512
quelque chose de terrible
est arrivé en fait.

595
00:31:09,222 --> 00:31:10,155
Je sais qui a engagé

596
00:31:10,157 --> 00:31:11,723
Yamada et Koga
pour tuer Anderson.

597
00:31:11,725 --> 00:31:12,724
Qui ?

598
00:31:12,726 --> 00:31:14,109
Matt Haley.

599
00:31:14,111 --> 00:31:15,360
C' est le mari de Jessica Haley

600
00:31:15,362 --> 00:31:16,411
la femme qu'Anderson

601
00:31:16,413 --> 00:31:17,496
a tué dans l'accident de voiture.

602
00:31:17,498 --> 00:31:18,947
Attends une minute,

603
00:31:18,949 --> 00:31:20,398
Haley a trouvé Anderson

604
00:31:20,400 --> 00:31:22,451
sur l'île après toutes ces années,

605
00:31:22,453 --> 00:31:24,402
et a ensuite engagé Yamada pour venger

606
00:31:24,404 --> 00:31:26,171
la mort de sa femme ?
Quelles sont les chances

607
00:31:26,173 --> 00:31:27,405
qu'Haley soit sur l'île ?

608
00:31:27,407 --> 00:31:28,690
Je penses assez bien.

609
00:31:28,692 --> 00:31:30,258
J'ai plusieurs appels entrants
sur le téléphone de Yamada

610
00:31:30,260 --> 00:31:32,243
tous de Malohi Inn.

611
00:31:32,245 --> 00:31:33,562
L'un d'eux était

612
00:31:33,564 --> 00:31:34,579
il y a une heure.

613
00:31:34,581 --> 00:31:35,764
C'était sans doute Haley

614
00:31:35,766 --> 00:31:37,349
cherchant à savoir
si le travail était terminé.

615
00:31:37,351 --> 00:31:38,383
C'est ce que je penses.

616
00:31:38,385 --> 00:31:40,418
Je te tiendrai au courant.
Je suis en chemin.

617
00:31:40,420 --> 00:31:42,053
Bien reçu.

618
00:31:51,048 --> 00:31:52,697
Tu vois ça ?

619
00:31:53,649 --> 00:31:55,650
À 180 mètres en hauteur.

620
00:31:55,652 --> 00:31:57,235
Tu vois ces oiseaux ?

621
00:31:57,237 --> 00:31:58,720
Je vois.

622
00:32:01,290 --> 00:32:02,874
Très bien.

623
00:32:02,876 --> 00:32:04,275
On va se séparer.

624
00:32:04,277 --> 00:32:06,461
Je vais garder cette direction.

625
00:32:06,463 --> 00:32:08,580
Lou, je veux que tu ailles
sur le flanc nord.

626
00:32:10,133 --> 00:32:11,132
Souviens-toi...

627
00:32:11,134 --> 00:32:13,117
silence radio et bonne
identification de la cible.

628
00:32:13,119 --> 00:32:15,286
Compris.

629
00:32:52,542 --> 00:32:53,992
Tu n'aurais pas dû venir.

630
00:33:07,667 --> 00:33:09,268
Combien sont avec toi ?

631
00:33:09,270 --> 00:33:10,619
Je suis seul.

632
00:33:12,105 --> 00:33:13,672
Avec une radio ?

633
00:33:13,674 --> 00:33:14,790
Allez

634
00:33:14,792 --> 00:33:16,976
Avance !

635
00:33:18,094 --> 00:33:20,179
Alors quel est le plan, Jack ?

636
00:33:20,181 --> 00:33:22,297
Qu'est ce que tu vas faire ?
Tu vas me tuer,

637
00:33:22,299 --> 00:33:25,017
et après, te cacher dans les bois
pour le restant de ta vie

638
00:33:25,019 --> 00:33:26,235
vivant heureux pour toujours ?

639
00:33:26,237 --> 00:33:30,773
Personnellement, je ne pense pas
que tu as ça en toi.

640
00:33:30,775 --> 00:33:32,441
C'est vrai, tu as pris
ce gars dans la ruelle,

641
00:33:32,443 --> 00:33:33,575
mais c'est tué ou être tué.

642
00:33:33,577 --> 00:33:35,611
Arrête de parler et continue d'avancer.

643
00:33:35,613 --> 00:33:39,298
La femme que vous as tué,
Jack, c'était un accident.

644
00:33:39,300 --> 00:33:42,534
Et je sais que tu as fait beaucoup 
de choses, de bonnes choses,

645
00:33:42,536 --> 00:33:43,836
pour essayer de faire les choses bien,

646
00:33:43,838 --> 00:33:46,572
mais tu ne le feras pas.
Tu ne le feras pas

647
00:33:46,574 --> 00:33:47,906
tant que tu ne l’admettras pas.

648
00:33:47,908 --> 00:33:49,842
Je l'admets tous les jours.

649
00:33:49,844 --> 00:33:52,411
Tu ne penses pas que ça me poursuit ?

650
00:33:52,413 --> 00:33:55,330
Cette femme est tout
le temps dans ma tête.

651
00:33:55,332 --> 00:33:57,349
J'étais quelqu'un de bien,

652
00:33:57,351 --> 00:33:59,652
et j'ai juste fait
quelque chose de stupide.

653
00:33:59,654 --> 00:34:01,837
J'étais derrière le volant 
d'une voiture

654
00:34:01,839 --> 00:34:03,505
et en dix minutes , ma vie a changée a tout jamais

655
00:34:03,507 --> 00:34:05,124
et je ne peux rien y changer.

656
00:34:07,644 --> 00:34:09,645
Peu importe comment j'ai essayé.

657
00:34:09,647 --> 00:34:11,030
Tu penses que tu est le seul ?

658
00:34:11,032 --> 00:34:14,817
Tu penses que j'ignore à
quoi vivre avec des regrets

659
00:34:14,819 --> 00:34:16,518
ressemble ?

660
00:34:16,520 --> 00:34:19,405
Chaque jour, je regarde 
dans le miroir et je me dis,

661
00:34:19,407 --> 00:34:21,824
"Que se serait il passé si j'avais fait
ceci ou cela ?"

662
00:34:23,043 --> 00:34:25,861
Donc bienvenu au club mon ami.

663
00:34:26,696 --> 00:34:29,415
Écoutes-moi, Jack.

664
00:34:29,417 --> 00:34:31,567
Tu dois arrêter ça.

665
00:34:31,569 --> 00:34:35,471
Tu dois arrêter ça tout de suite Jack.

666
00:34:35,473 --> 00:34:37,589
pas pour moi.

667
00:34:37,591 --> 00:34:40,259
Prends une seconde pour penser 
à Bridgette et aux deux garçons.

668
00:34:51,237 --> 00:34:52,988
Tu l ' as ?

669
00:34:52,990 --> 00:34:54,857
Enfin. Qu'est-ce qui est arrivé ?

670
00:34:54,859 --> 00:34:58,660
J'essayais de trouver un moyen 
de sauver tes fesses, n'est-ce pas ?

671
00:35:01,297 --> 00:35:03,182
Très bien , allez Jack , on y vas . Debout .

672
00:35:03,184 --> 00:35:05,701
Debout

673
00:35:12,425 --> 00:35:15,410
Five-O ! À genou.
Mains derrière la tête.

674
00:35:17,213 --> 00:35:20,182
Matt Haley , Vous êtes en état
d'arrestation pour conspiration

675
00:35:20,184 --> 00:35:21,884
et pour tentative d’assassinat sur Jack Anderson

676
00:35:21,886 --> 00:35:23,936
Mitchell . Jack Mitchell

677
00:35:23,938 --> 00:35:27,439
C'était son nom lorsqu'il a tué ma femme

678
00:35:41,771 --> 00:35:44,573
Qu'est-ce qu'on fait ici ?
Je te l'ai dis.

679
00:35:44,575 --> 00:35:46,725
Je ne veux pas que ma femme 
et mes enfants me voient comme ça.

680
00:35:46,727 --> 00:35:48,210
Tournes-toi.
Donnes-moi tes mains.

681
00:36:01,558 --> 00:36:03,926
Tu sais ce que tu as à faire. Vas-y.

682
00:36:23,280 --> 00:36:25,831
Je suis désolé.

683
00:36:25,833 --> 00:36:27,566
Je suis tellement désolé.

684
00:36:27,568 --> 00:36:29,885
Écoute,

685
00:36:29,887 --> 00:36:33,422
il y a quelque chose
que je doit te dire,

686
00:36:33,424 --> 00:36:35,457
et j'aurais dû te le dire 
il y a longtemps.

687
00:36:36,593 --> 00:36:40,679
Quelle partie du sermon que tu as fait
dans la forêt était vrai ?

688
00:36:41,664 --> 00:36:43,665
Tout ces trucs à propos
de vivre avec des regrets,

689
00:36:43,667 --> 00:36:46,334
de se regarder
dans un miroir...

690
00:36:46,336 --> 00:36:48,020
Donc tu as entendu ça ?

691
00:36:48,022 --> 00:36:49,471
J'ai tout entendu.

692
00:36:49,473 --> 00:36:51,690
Je suppose que vous m'avez entendu dire

693
00:36:51,692 --> 00:36:55,277
que toi et moi ne sommes pas là pour 
l'instant.

694
00:36:56,863 --> 00:36:58,447
Les gars.

695
00:36:58,449 --> 00:37:00,032
Comment allez-vous, les gars ?

696
00:37:00,034 --> 00:37:02,251
Écoutez-moi, d'accord ?

697
00:37:02,253 --> 00:37:05,704
Papa va partir un petit moment.

698
00:37:05,706 --> 00:37:07,606
Mais je veux... que vous soyez
fort pour votre mère.

699
00:37:07,608 --> 00:37:10,075
Vous comprenez?
Très bien

700
00:37:10,077 --> 00:37:12,694
Faites-moi un câlin.

701
00:37:26,176 --> 00:37:28,093
Merci.

702
00:37:33,099 --> 00:37:35,050
Si vous me le permettez,

703
00:37:35,052 --> 00:37:37,903
il y a un autre arrêt
que j'aimerai faire.

704
00:37:42,609 --> 00:37:45,277
Le bulletin de l' église ?

705
00:37:45,279 --> 00:37:47,496
C'est comme ça que tu as trouvé 
Jack Mitchell ?

706
00:37:48,531 --> 00:37:51,416
Il y a quelques semaines,
un des mes potes de DeKalb

707
00:37:51,418 --> 00:37:53,035
était en vacances ici.

708
00:37:53,037 --> 00:37:55,671
Il est aller voir Mass,
a vu la photo.

709
00:37:55,673 --> 00:37:58,423
Il a trouvé qu'il ressemblait
beaucoup à Mitchell.

710
00:37:58,425 --> 00:38:00,075
Donc j'ai fait quelques recherches.

711
00:38:00,077 --> 00:38:01,426
Il se trouve qu'il avait raison.

712
00:38:01,428 --> 00:38:03,845
Ça vous a traversé l'esprit 
d'aller voir la police ?

713
00:38:03,847 --> 00:38:06,048
Non

714
00:38:07,133 --> 00:38:09,134
Avez-vous déjà eu
quelqu'un que vous aimez

715
00:38:09,136 --> 00:38:11,386
qui vous a été volé,
Lieutenant ?

716
00:38:16,142 --> 00:38:18,310
Oui

717
00:38:19,445 --> 00:38:21,380
Alors vous savez.

718
00:38:23,816 --> 00:38:27,269
La haine corrode la personne
qui la contient.

719
00:38:27,271 --> 00:38:30,906
J'ai gardé cette haine en moi
pendant 20 ans.

720
00:38:30,908 --> 00:38:32,774
Je ne me suis jamais remarié,

721
00:38:32,776 --> 00:38:36,245
n'est jamais eu la famille que
je rêvais d'avoir avec Jess.

722
00:38:36,247 --> 00:38:39,014
Cette nuit m'a changé.

723
00:39:01,571 --> 00:39:05,857
Je sais qu'il n'y a rien que je puisse 
faire pour vous ramener votre femme.

724
00:39:09,445 --> 00:39:12,147
Je peux juste vous dire ...

725
00:39:12,999 --> 00:39:16,651
... Je suis désolé.

726
00:39:51,687 --> 00:39:53,655
Comment vous sentez-vous ?

727
00:39:55,692 --> 00:39:57,759
J'ai déjà été mieux.

728
00:39:57,761 --> 00:39:59,411
Oui, je parie.

729
00:39:59,413 --> 00:40:01,296
Vous vous rappelez de moi ?

730
00:40:01,298 --> 00:40:03,248
Jersey.

731
00:40:03,250 --> 00:40:04,532
Oui.

732
00:40:06,135 --> 00:40:10,422
La dernière chose dont je me rappelle
est que vous étiez dans mon rétroviseur.

733
00:40:10,424 --> 00:40:13,392
Je pensais que vous alliez 
dans l'autre direction.

734
00:40:14,677 --> 00:40:17,279
J'allais dans l'autre direction.

735
00:40:17,281 --> 00:40:20,415
Pourquoi avoir changé d'avis ?

736
00:40:23,987 --> 00:40:25,654
Je ne sais pas

737
00:40:25,656 --> 00:40:27,322
Je pense que c'est peut être ce sourire.

738
00:40:27,324 --> 00:40:28,790
C'est certainement ce que c'était.

739
00:40:28,792 --> 00:40:32,494
Je sais que ça semble fou,

740
00:40:32,496 --> 00:40:34,529
mais je ne pouvais pas m’arrêter 
de penser à vous quand je

741
00:40:34,531 --> 00:40:36,398
fuyais,
donc...

742
00:40:36,400 --> 00:40:38,667
Ça ne semble pas fou.

743
00:40:40,287 --> 00:40:41,453
Bien.

744
00:40:43,123 --> 00:40:46,425
Je ne pense pas
savoir votre nom .

745
00:40:46,427 --> 00:40:49,411
Je suis Danny. Williams.

746
00:40:49,413 --> 00:40:51,213
Je suis Amber.

747
00:40:51,215 --> 00:40:52,547
Amber Vitale.

748
00:40:54,051 --> 00:40:56,935
C'est le meilleur nom que j'ai entendu

749
00:40:56,937 --> 00:40:58,887
C'est un excellent nom.

750
00:40:58,889 --> 00:41:00,422
Merci.

751
00:41:00,424 --> 00:41:03,024
Ça fait nom de star 
de cinéma Italien.

752
00:41:09,933 --> 00:41:11,700
Aller!

753
00:41:12,735 --> 00:41:14,687
Très bien les fêtard , 
Venez tant que c ' est chaud

754
00:41:14,688 --> 00:41:17,873
Très bien.

755
00:41:17,875 --> 00:41:19,458
Que se passe-t-il ? Pile à l'heure.

756
00:41:19,483 --> 00:41:20,760
Salut tout le monde.

757
00:41:20,761 --> 00:41:22,127
Va prendre du chili

758
00:41:22,129 --> 00:41:24,246
avant que ces animaux
ne mangent tout le pot.

759
00:41:24,248 --> 00:41:25,831
D'accord, Gracie ?
C'est tout.

760
00:41:25,833 --> 00:41:27,549
Vas - y pousse ...
Pousse et juste et entre

761
00:41:27,551 --> 00:41:28,550
Ne sois pas timide.

762
00:41:28,552 --> 00:41:29,584
Où vas-tu, sœurette ?

763
00:41:29,586 --> 00:41:31,086
Recule Keiki !

764
00:41:31,088 --> 00:41:32,037
Fais attention, 
c'est l'endroit

765
00:41:32,039 --> 00:41:33,522
le plus dangereux de l'île,

766
00:41:33,524 --> 00:41:34,789
Entre nous deux,
quand il y a à manger.

767
00:41:34,791 --> 00:41:36,475
Et voilà, princesse.

768
00:41:36,477 --> 00:41:37,726
Comment va Amber ?

769
00:41:37,728 --> 00:41:39,728
Elle est fantastique.

770
00:41:39,730 --> 00:41:42,063
Un sourire. Tu t'es réveillé
quand j'ai mentionné son prénom.

771
00:41:42,065 --> 00:41:43,315
Quoi, tu as des sentiments sérieux

772
00:41:43,317 --> 00:41:44,799
Pour cette fille ?

773
00:41:44,801 --> 00:41:46,435
No, enfin je veux dire...
J'ai des sentiments

774
00:41:46,437 --> 00:41:47,736
Je ne ... je ne pense pas que je me 
suis réveillé.

775
00:41:47,738 --> 00:41:48,987
Tu t'es réveillé.
Ce n'est pas ...

776
00:41:48,989 --> 00:41:50,939
ce n'est pas ce que je fais.
Je ne me "réveille" pas.

777
00:41:50,941 --> 00:41:52,124
Laisse-moi te poser une question.

778
00:41:52,126 --> 00:41:53,525
Il se passe quoi là ?

779
00:41:53,527 --> 00:41:54,993
De quoi tu parles ?

780
00:41:54,995 --> 00:41:57,362
Tu sais, premièrement tu l'invites 
pour Thanksgiving.

781
00:41:57,364 --> 00:41:59,664
Et puis vous devenez partenaires.

782
00:41:59,666 --> 00:42:01,366
Maintenant il est dans la cuisine
préparant du chili, regardant

783
00:42:01,368 --> 00:42:03,368
le jeu. Les gens vont croire
que vous vous aimez bien

784
00:42:03,370 --> 00:42:05,153
Ou un truc comme ça.
Je sais pas. Il n'est pas vilain.

785
00:42:05,155 --> 00:42:05,773
Non ?

786
00:42:05,798 --> 00:42:07,707
Non, je veux dire...

787
00:42:07,708 --> 00:42:09,508
Il est un peu...

788
00:42:09,510 --> 00:42:12,093
borné, mais son chili est bon.

789
00:42:12,095 --> 00:42:14,162
C'est bien. Il te ressemble,
sauf qu'il sait cuisiner.

790
00:42:15,181 --> 00:42:16,264
Tu veux manger ?

791
00:42:16,266 --> 00:42:17,599
Tu veux manger aujourd'hui ?

792
00:42:17,601 --> 00:42:18,833
Mon frère,

793
00:42:18,835 --> 00:42:20,352
je ne pense pas que ce soit du chili

794
00:42:20,354 --> 00:42:21,586
s'il n'y a pas de Spam (marque de 
viande) dedans.

795
00:42:21,588 --> 00:42:23,054
De là d'où je viens,

796
00:42:23,056 --> 00:42:24,623
le Spam est une substance contrôlée.

797
00:42:26,276 --> 00:42:27,509
Mange. Et voilà.

798
00:42:27,511 --> 00:42:28,710
Allez tous le monde

799
00:42:28,712 --> 00:42:30,645
- On attaque .
- Mmm , sa sent bon

800
00:42:32,448 --> 00:42:34,182
Il y a de la place pour deux de plus ?

801
00:42:47,080 --> 00:42:48,213
Bon retour.

802
00:42:48,215 --> 00:42:49,414
Merci.

803
00:42:49,416 --> 00:42:51,699
C'est bon d'être de retour.

804
00:42:51,701 --> 00:42:54,202
Merci, mec.

805
00:42:54,204 --> 00:42:57,055
Bienvenue à la maison.

806
00:43:05,849 --> 00:43:07,265
Aurais-tu grandi ?

807
00:43:09,219 --> 00:43:11,102
Comment ça va, sœurette ?

808
00:43:13,906 --> 00:43:15,907
Tu sais, tu m'as manqué.

412 : Script VO

1
00:00:03,226 --> 00:00:05,494


2
00:00:13,253 --> 00:00:15,454
(indistinct chatter)

3
00:00:16,573 --> 00:00:18,674
You want another one?

4
00:00:18,676 --> 00:00:20,192
Hi. I'm Lani Richardson,

5
00:00:20,194 --> 00:00:22,595
reporting for KNZR
in Honolulu, Hawaii.

6
00:00:22,597 --> 00:00:24,847
You know, it's not
all gloom and doom.

7
00:00:24,849 --> 00:00:26,549
We actually have some good news.

8
00:00:26,551 --> 00:00:30,186
Tonight, patrol officers in
the HPD are a little bit safer

9
00:00:30,188 --> 00:00:34,607
thanks to the generosity
of an anonymous Good Samaritan

10
00:00:34,609 --> 00:00:37,026
who has donated
100 new bulletproof vests

11
00:00:37,028 --> 00:00:39,645
to the department through
the Honolulu Police Foundation.

12
00:00:39,647 --> 00:00:42,481
Mayor Kirk Caldwell says...
(turn off TV)

13
00:00:42,483 --> 00:00:46,101
You just love giving
your money away, don't you?

14
00:00:46,103 --> 00:00:48,387
I can't take it with me.
Well,

15
00:00:48,389 --> 00:00:50,272
if you're looking
for another worthy cause,

16
00:00:50,274 --> 00:00:52,091
I could use a raise.
(scoffs)

17
00:00:52,093 --> 00:00:54,276
You're probably the highest
paid bartender on this island.

18
00:00:54,278 --> 00:00:56,111
Come on.
Yeah, you're probably right.

19
00:00:56,113 --> 00:00:58,280
It doesn't hurt
to ask.

20
00:01:08,308 --> 00:01:09,842
Oh!

21
00:01:09,844 --> 00:01:12,912
(laughter)

22
00:01:12,914 --> 00:01:16,399
Sorry. I lost my ball under your
table. Can you grab it for me?

23
00:01:16,401 --> 00:01:17,817
Walk away.

24
00:01:18,652 --> 00:01:20,653
Come on. Help a girl out.

25
00:01:20,655 --> 00:01:21,767
What did I tell you?

26
00:01:21,792 --> 00:01:23,792
Hey, what the hell's
your problem, katonk?

27
00:01:23,875 --> 00:01:26,108
She asked you nicely.
Go away.

28
00:01:29,279 --> 00:01:30,863
Back off! Now!

29
00:01:31,648 --> 00:01:33,866
Let him go.

30
00:01:34,668 --> 00:01:36,202
You heard me.

31
00:01:36,204 --> 00:01:37,703
Now, do it.

32
00:01:42,042 --> 00:01:44,543
Now, I'm gonna ask you as
a gentleman to walk out of here

33
00:01:44,545 --> 00:01:45,878
the same way you walked in.

34
00:01:46,713 --> 00:01:48,964
No harm, no foul.

35
00:01:51,435 --> 00:01:54,220
Let's go.

36
00:01:58,642 --> 00:02:01,026
(murmuring)

37
00:02:09,853 --> 00:02:11,654
Bye.
Bye. Mahalo.

38
00:02:11,656 --> 00:02:12,705
I'll see you tomorrow.

39
00:02:12,707 --> 00:02:13,989
Okay. Drive safe.
All right.

40
00:02:13,991 --> 00:02:15,574
I will. You, too.

41
00:02:26,420 --> 00:02:28,871
(grunting)

42
00:02:36,229 --> 00:02:39,832
(Hawaii Five-O
theme song plays)

43
00:02:39,857 --> 00:02:43,857
♪ Hawaii Five-O 4x12 ♪
O Kela Me Keia Manawa (Now and Then)
Original Air Date on January 10, 2014

44
00:02:43,882 --> 00:02:48,882
== sync, corrected by elderman ==
@elder_man

45
00:02:48,907 --> 00:03:06,139


46
00:03:29,115 --> 00:03:31,317
(plates clank)

47
00:03:43,296 --> 00:03:45,464
Adam.

48
00:03:54,674 --> 00:03:57,676
Kono.

49
00:04:08,738 --> 00:04:10,906
(crying softly)

50
00:04:31,878 --> 00:04:34,964
(sniffles)

51
00:04:35,799 --> 00:04:37,833
How did you...

52
00:04:37,835 --> 00:04:40,719
how did you find me?

53
00:04:40,721 --> 00:04:43,606
It wasn't easy.

54
00:04:43,608 --> 00:04:45,340
You shouldn't have come.

55
00:04:45,342 --> 00:04:46,942
You might've been followed.

56
00:04:46,944 --> 00:04:48,861
It's over, Adam.

57
00:04:48,863 --> 00:04:51,030
There's no loyalty
for Michael anymore.

58
00:04:51,032 --> 00:04:54,316
Anyone who wanted revenge
for his death is either dead

59
00:04:54,318 --> 00:04:55,951
or locked up.

60
00:04:55,953 --> 00:04:59,855
So you don't have
to hide anymore.

61
00:05:02,125 --> 00:05:04,493
We can go home?

62
00:05:04,495 --> 00:05:06,579
Yeah.

63
00:05:06,581 --> 00:05:10,165
We can go home.

64
00:05:17,340 --> 00:05:19,541
(cheering, whooping)

65
00:05:32,555 --> 00:05:36,875
GIRLS (cheering):
A-W-E-S-O-M-E.

66
00:05:36,877 --> 00:05:38,894
Awesome, awesome.

67
00:05:38,896 --> 00:05:41,113
Go, team!
(whooping)

68
00:05:41,115 --> 00:05:42,581
It's great, huh?

69
00:05:44,951 --> 00:05:46,785
Bye, Danno.

70
00:05:46,787 --> 00:05:48,087
Excuse me. What, uh...

71
00:05:48,089 --> 00:05:49,905
What's your rush
with the "bye, Danno"?

72
00:05:49,907 --> 00:05:53,408
I come in, say a few hellos.
Do you have to?

73
00:05:53,410 --> 00:05:55,744
Yes, I have...
Look, pay attention to me, okay?

74
00:05:55,746 --> 00:05:57,930
You are the number one
most important thing in my life.

75
00:05:57,932 --> 00:05:59,748
"And number two
isn't even close."

76
00:05:59,750 --> 00:06:01,116
Close. That's right.

77
00:06:01,118 --> 00:06:03,068
All right? So what does that
mean? That means that there is

78
00:06:03,070 --> 00:06:05,387
zero chance I'm just gonna
let you go for a sleepover

79
00:06:05,389 --> 00:06:07,182
without seeing exactly
who's looking after you. Okay?

80
00:06:07,207 --> 00:06:08,608
GIRL: Grace,

81
00:06:08,609 --> 00:06:10,442
come on.
Come on,

82
00:06:10,444 --> 00:06:11,977
you know all the moms.

83
00:06:13,813 --> 00:06:17,249
Okay. Uh, do you have your phone
in your backpack?

84
00:06:17,251 --> 00:06:23,372
Yes, and I promise I'll call you
if I'm homesick.

85
00:06:23,374 --> 00:06:25,457
before I, uh, have a panic
attack or a nervous breakdown.

86
00:06:25,459 --> 00:06:27,876
Come on. Bring it in.
Thank you. Love you, Danno.

87
00:06:27,878 --> 00:06:30,162
Love you, too. Your bag.

88
00:06:31,948 --> 00:06:34,133
Bye.

89
00:06:45,461 --> 00:06:47,846
CHIN: So, the vic's name
is Gus Yamada.

90
00:06:47,848 --> 00:06:49,481
He's a local gangbanger

91
00:06:49,483 --> 00:06:51,016
with a long rap sheet
that says he doesn't

92
00:06:51,018 --> 00:06:52,885
play so well with others.

93
00:06:52,887 --> 00:06:54,586
Woman over there worked the bar
last night.

94
00:06:54,588 --> 00:06:56,488
Says the owner, Jack Anderson,
threw Yamada

95
00:06:56,490 --> 00:06:58,473
and one of his boys out
around 11:00

96
00:06:58,475 --> 00:07:00,192
after they mixed it up
with another customer.

97
00:07:00,194 --> 00:07:01,160
We talk to Anderson?

98
00:07:01,162 --> 00:07:02,528
According to
the bartender,

99
00:07:02,530 --> 00:07:03,929
he locked up the
bar around 2:00

100
00:07:03,931 --> 00:07:05,531
but apparently
never made it home.

101
00:07:05,533 --> 00:07:07,232
His wife reported him missing
early this morning.

102
00:07:07,234 --> 00:07:09,251
So, what, we think
Yamada and his pal

103
00:07:09,253 --> 00:07:10,652
waited out here for Anderson

104
00:07:10,654 --> 00:07:12,755
and then confronted him
about being tossed from the bar?

105
00:07:12,757 --> 00:07:13,806
It's a theory.

106
00:07:13,808 --> 00:07:17,142
Looks like he put up one hell
of a good fight.

107
00:07:22,215 --> 00:07:25,134
Hey. Since when does
the captain of SWAT show up

108
00:07:25,136 --> 00:07:26,502
at a homicide crime scene?

109
00:07:26,504 --> 00:07:28,003
He doesn't.

110
00:07:28,005 --> 00:07:30,105
MAN: Hey, Commander.
Yeah.

111
00:07:30,107 --> 00:07:33,475
You might want to
take a look at this.

112
00:07:33,477 --> 00:07:35,110
Found this
in the Dumpster.

113
00:07:35,112 --> 00:07:38,030
Thank you.

114
00:07:38,032 --> 00:07:40,616
This has got
to be Anderson's phone.

115
00:07:41,401 --> 00:07:43,052
Bridgette must be

116
00:07:43,054 --> 00:07:44,536
his wife.
Looks like she's been

117
00:07:44,538 --> 00:07:45,738
trying to reach him all morning.

118
00:07:45,740 --> 00:07:47,239
Look at this.

119
00:07:47,241 --> 00:07:49,141
His last
incoming call

120
00:07:49,143 --> 00:07:50,492
isn't a local number.
Let's see who else

121
00:07:50,494 --> 00:07:52,360
has been trying to reach him.

122
00:07:54,164 --> 00:07:57,199
(phone ringing in distance)

123
00:07:58,518 --> 00:08:00,385
Hello?

124
00:08:02,722 --> 00:08:05,057
Yeah, we need to talk.

125
00:08:17,622 --> 00:08:20,540
I met Jack at a charity event
a few months ago.

126
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His bar sponsors a local youth

127
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football team.
And we're both

128
00:08:23,812 --> 00:08:25,729
Illinois boys, born
and raised, and, um...

129
00:08:25,731 --> 00:08:28,315
(clicks tongue)
we bonded over the '85 Bears.

130
00:08:28,317 --> 00:08:30,384
What brought you
down here today?

131
00:08:30,386 --> 00:08:32,302
His wife Bridgette called me.

132
00:08:32,304 --> 00:08:34,104
She was worried
he didn't come home last night,

133
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so she asked me
to come drive down here

134
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and see if his truck
was still here.

135
00:08:37,359 --> 00:08:39,393
(sighs)

136
00:08:39,395 --> 00:08:41,828
He's a good guy, Steve.

137
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Real salt of the earth,

138
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family man.

139
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If he didn't come home
last night, there's a problem.

140
00:08:48,787 --> 00:08:51,288
Look, whatever's gone down,

141
00:08:51,290 --> 00:08:52,839
we're gonna get
to the bottom of it,

142
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okay?

143
00:08:54,493 --> 00:08:56,126
Well, I'm sure glad
you're on this.

144
00:08:56,128 --> 00:08:57,577
Can you, um...

145
00:08:57,579 --> 00:08:58,962
just keep me in the loop?

146
00:08:58,964 --> 00:09:01,030
Of course, man. Come on.

147
00:09:03,835 --> 00:09:06,002
Hey, Lou. You know what?

148
00:09:06,004 --> 00:09:08,004
I can do
one better.

149
00:09:08,006 --> 00:09:10,006
I could use your help
on this one.

150
00:09:10,842 --> 00:09:12,726
Thank you.

151
00:09:12,728 --> 00:09:16,596
FONG: I got a hit in CODIS from a
blood pool at your crime scene,

152
00:09:16,598 --> 00:09:18,048
but it's not Jack Anderson.

153
00:09:18,050 --> 00:09:20,016
It came back to this guy.

154
00:09:20,018 --> 00:09:21,735
Dennis Koga.

155
00:09:21,737 --> 00:09:23,570
He's been in and out of prison
for the last few years.

156
00:09:23,572 --> 00:09:25,705
History of assault, robbery...

157
00:09:25,707 --> 00:09:27,157
Hold on, hold on,
hold on.

158
00:09:27,159 --> 00:09:29,943
I think I recognize this guy
from the hospital check I did.

159
00:09:30,595 --> 00:09:32,529
Yeah. Dennis Koga.

160
00:09:32,531 --> 00:09:34,297
He was admitted
to Honolulu General this morning

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in serious condition

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with multiple contusions and fractures.
STEVE: Hold on a second.

163
00:09:37,770 --> 00:09:41,338
If Yamada is dead and this guy's
in the hospital,

164
00:09:41,340 --> 00:09:43,039
where's Jack Anderson?

165
00:09:46,076 --> 00:09:47,811
How's Grover?

166
00:09:47,813 --> 00:09:49,429
Hanging in there.
How about you?

167
00:09:49,431 --> 00:09:50,931
Me? I'm sick.

168
00:09:50,933 --> 00:09:52,182
I mean, she's only gonna be gone

169
00:09:52,184 --> 00:09:53,717
for a couple of days,
Danny, okay?

170
00:09:53,719 --> 00:09:54,719
You're missing the point.

171
00:09:54,720 --> 00:09:56,853
She did the drop-and-run,
Steve, okay?

172
00:09:56,855 --> 00:09:58,722
Not even barely a kiss
on the cheek.

173
00:09:58,724 --> 00:10:00,557
All right? And this is not
the first time.

174
00:10:00,559 --> 00:10:02,476
This is not the first time
that I have looked

175
00:10:02,478 --> 00:10:04,144
in my girl's eyes
and seen something different.

176
00:10:04,146 --> 00:10:05,395
I don't know what it is.

177
00:10:05,397 --> 00:10:07,030
It's like her innocence
is, uh, floating off

178
00:10:07,032 --> 00:10:08,698
into space or something.
I don't know what.

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00:10:08,700 --> 00:10:10,200
Yeah, well, she's growing up.

180
00:10:10,202 --> 00:10:11,651
Okay, what are
you gonna do?

181
00:10:11,653 --> 00:10:12,736
I'm gonna build a time machine.

182
00:10:12,738 --> 00:10:13,954
I'm gonna go back in time,
when she

183
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was just a baby,
before I met you,

184
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to a happy time in my life.

185
00:10:16,625 --> 00:10:17,991
STEVE:
Okay, good luck with that.

186
00:10:17,993 --> 00:10:19,576
DANNY: You think this
is funny, don't you?

187
00:10:19,578 --> 00:10:20,627
Huh?

188
00:10:20,629 --> 00:10:21,711
No, I don't think it's funny.

189
00:10:21,713 --> 00:10:23,296
I'm just saying
you got to let her go.

190
00:10:23,298 --> 00:10:24,548
You got to let her grow up.

191
00:10:24,550 --> 00:10:25,582
There's nothing you can do.

192
00:10:25,584 --> 00:10:27,584
You're always gonna be Danno
to her.

193
00:10:27,586 --> 00:10:29,920
All right? She's always gonna
love you. Isn't that enough?

194
00:10:29,922 --> 00:10:32,055
Hey. Psst.
Let me talk to him.

195
00:10:32,057 --> 00:10:33,056
Hold on.

196
00:10:33,058 --> 00:10:35,091
Yeah.

197
00:10:35,093 --> 00:10:37,126
Yeah, listen,
it gets worse.

198
00:10:37,128 --> 00:10:38,378
Oh, yeah.

199
00:10:38,380 --> 00:10:41,815
Yeah. Wait till she asks you
to take her bra shopping.

200
00:10:41,817 --> 00:10:43,066
Huh? Or...

201
00:10:43,068 --> 00:10:44,568
when the first boyfriend
shows up.

202
00:10:44,570 --> 00:10:46,302
You're gonna love that.

203
00:10:46,304 --> 00:10:48,822
You ain't seen nothing yet,
pal, so put on

204
00:10:48,824 --> 00:10:50,207
your big-boy pants

205
00:10:50,209 --> 00:10:53,142
because Father Time
is not your friend.

206
00:10:53,144 --> 00:10:55,829
Will you put Steve back on,
please?

207
00:10:59,000 --> 00:11:00,316
Yeah.

208
00:11:00,318 --> 00:11:03,253
Do not, under any circumstances,
ever do that to me again.

209
00:11:03,255 --> 00:11:06,523
Truth hurt, don't it?

210
00:11:06,525 --> 00:11:07,507
Okay, put him back on.

211
00:11:07,509 --> 00:11:08,959
Okay.

212
00:11:08,961 --> 00:11:10,544
I'll tell you

213
00:11:10,546 --> 00:11:11,711
something else...

214
00:11:11,713 --> 00:11:14,181
(phone beeps off)

215
00:11:14,183 --> 00:11:16,132
Excuse me.

216
00:11:16,134 --> 00:11:17,767
Hi. I was wondering
if you might know

217
00:11:17,769 --> 00:11:19,769
if this road would
take me to Hale Iowa?

218
00:11:19,771 --> 00:11:21,888
La... Uh... yes.

219
00:11:21,890 --> 00:11:23,190
Yes, it will.

220
00:11:23,192 --> 00:11:25,325
What?

221
00:11:25,327 --> 00:11:27,176
I totally mangled
that, didn't I?

222
00:11:27,178 --> 00:11:28,311
You did. You destroyed it

223
00:11:28,313 --> 00:11:30,680
completely,
just assassinated it.

224
00:11:30,682 --> 00:11:32,015
It's Hale'iwa,
but don't worry. Please.

225
00:11:32,017 --> 00:11:33,116
I've-I've been here four years,

226
00:11:33,118 --> 00:11:34,901
and I can't pronounce
any of the places

227
00:11:34,903 --> 00:11:35,902
on this island.

228
00:11:35,904 --> 00:11:37,354
And I had you pegged as a local.

229
00:11:37,356 --> 00:11:39,022
Me? No, no, no.

230
00:11:39,024 --> 00:11:41,024
I'm-I'm... I'm from New Jersey.
No way!

231
00:11:41,026 --> 00:11:42,642
We were practically neighbors.
I'm from New York.

232
00:11:42,644 --> 00:11:44,160
Really?
Yeah.

233
00:11:44,162 --> 00:11:45,795
Wow. That's great.
Are you here, uh...?

234
00:11:45,797 --> 00:11:48,031
It's just a vacation?
Are you here for business? What?

235
00:11:48,033 --> 00:11:49,583
None of the above.

236
00:11:49,585 --> 00:11:52,302
I guess you could say
I came here for a fresh start.

237
00:11:52,304 --> 00:11:53,453
Oh, that's nice.

238
00:11:53,455 --> 00:11:56,256
Well, it was nice
meeting you, Jersey.

239
00:11:56,258 --> 00:11:58,825
Nice to meet you, too.

240
00:11:59,560 --> 00:12:01,795
Hey, is there
any chance

241
00:12:01,797 --> 00:12:03,597
you might be headed
towards Hailee...?

242
00:12:03,599 --> 00:12:05,865
Hale'iwa.
Yeah.

243
00:12:05,867 --> 00:12:08,818
I thought if you were going
that way, I might follow you?

244
00:12:08,820 --> 00:12:11,555
Um... I'm not, actually.

245
00:12:11,557 --> 00:12:13,056
I'm-I'm... I'm going
the other direction.

246
00:12:13,058 --> 00:12:15,158
Oh. Okay, then.

247
00:12:15,160 --> 00:12:16,893
Well, I'm sure I'll find my way.

248
00:12:16,895 --> 00:12:18,328
I mean, it's an island, right?

249
00:12:18,330 --> 00:12:19,829
How hard could it be?

250
00:12:19,831 --> 00:12:21,531
Yeah. You just keep
doing circles,

251
00:12:21,533 --> 00:12:23,116
you'll-you'll, uh...
you'll find it.

252
00:12:23,118 --> 00:12:24,668
Thanks for your help.

253
00:12:24,670 --> 00:12:27,003
Have a good fresh start.

254
00:12:27,005 --> 00:12:28,421
Thanks, Jersey.

255
00:12:51,779 --> 00:12:53,947
(engine revving)

256
00:12:55,249 --> 00:12:57,534
Hey, I'm gonna ask you
one more time.

257
00:12:57,536 --> 00:12:59,619
Jack Anderson-- where is he?

258
00:12:59,621 --> 00:13:02,238
And I'm gonna tell you one
more time. You want to talk,

259
00:13:02,240 --> 00:13:03,440
talk to my lawyer.

260
00:13:03,442 --> 00:13:04,908
(sighs)

261
00:13:04,910 --> 00:13:06,793
Do me a favor,
would you?

262
00:13:06,795 --> 00:13:09,612
Can you close the door?
Absolutely.

263
00:13:10,331 --> 00:13:12,549
Just be a minute.

264
00:13:15,586 --> 00:13:16,953
(groan, gasps,
monitors beep rapidly)

265
00:13:16,955 --> 00:13:18,388
What's the matter?

266
00:13:18,390 --> 00:13:19,889
WOMAN (over intercom):
Everything all right, Mr. Koga?

267
00:13:19,891 --> 00:13:22,142
(panting)
Never better, Nurse.

268
00:13:22,144 --> 00:13:23,476
Thank you.
You can't do this.

269
00:13:23,478 --> 00:13:25,512
Oh, I am doing it.
See, I'm with Five-O.

270
00:13:25,514 --> 00:13:27,764
They got immunity and means.
Ain't that right, Commander?

271
00:13:27,766 --> 00:13:29,399
That's right, Captain.

272
00:13:29,401 --> 00:13:33,186
That means... I can do
whatever the hell I want.

273
00:13:33,188 --> 00:13:34,821
You watch this.

274
00:13:36,590 --> 00:13:39,993
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
I don't know where he is.

275
00:13:39,995 --> 00:13:41,477
That's the truth.
I swear, I don't know!

276
00:13:41,479 --> 00:13:43,279
Calm down, calm down.
Just tell me what you do know.

277
00:13:43,281 --> 00:13:44,914
Okay, look...

278
00:13:44,916 --> 00:13:47,000
The guy Anderson

279
00:13:47,002 --> 00:13:48,251
disrespected Gus.

280
00:13:48,253 --> 00:13:50,503
He just wanted
to teach the dude a lesson.

281
00:13:50,505 --> 00:13:52,005
What kind of lesson?

282
00:13:52,007 --> 00:13:53,790
We waited for him.

283
00:13:56,961 --> 00:13:58,411
Gus had a knife.

284
00:13:58,413 --> 00:14:00,630
He went at the man
and tried to cut him...

285
00:14:00,632 --> 00:14:02,849
but he fought back.

286
00:14:05,519 --> 00:14:06,536
I've never seen anyone

287
00:14:06,538 --> 00:14:08,988
fight like that.

288
00:14:10,624 --> 00:14:13,393
He got the knife away from Gus
and killed him with it.

289
00:14:13,395 --> 00:14:16,529
Planted that thing
right in his chest.

290
00:14:16,531 --> 00:14:18,181
I tried to help Gus.

291
00:14:18,183 --> 00:14:22,202
The guy beat me down.

292
00:14:22,204 --> 00:14:23,453
There was nothing I could do.

293
00:14:23,455 --> 00:14:24,621
STEVE:
But run.

294
00:14:24,623 --> 00:14:25,739
(yells)

295
00:14:25,741 --> 00:14:27,207
(groans)

296
00:14:27,209 --> 00:14:28,708
Would've killed me, too,
if I didn't.

297
00:14:30,411 --> 00:14:32,245
All right,
so you take your beating.

298
00:14:32,247 --> 00:14:34,247
And where does Anderson go
after that?

299
00:14:34,249 --> 00:14:36,583
No idea.

300
00:14:37,668 --> 00:14:39,836
STEVE:
So, where'd your boy Jack

301
00:14:39,838 --> 00:14:41,921
learn to fight
like that, Grover?

302
00:14:41,923 --> 00:14:43,590
Hell if I know.

303
00:14:43,592 --> 00:14:45,425
Military?

304
00:14:45,427 --> 00:14:47,310
Jack's a man of few words.

305
00:14:47,312 --> 00:14:49,229
doesn't talk
about himself that much.

306
00:14:49,231 --> 00:14:51,214
Must have been some
scintillating conversations

307
00:14:51,216 --> 00:14:53,483
between the two of you.

308
00:14:53,485 --> 00:14:55,735
It's called being humble.

309
00:14:55,737 --> 00:14:59,355
Maybe you should
try it sometime.

310
00:14:59,357 --> 00:15:01,390
All right, so...
Koga's statement confirms

311
00:15:01,392 --> 00:15:03,443
that Jack killed Yamada
in self-defense.

312
00:15:03,445 --> 00:15:06,362
Any jury in the world would have
seen it the same way.

313
00:15:06,364 --> 00:15:07,981
So, where the hell is he?

314
00:15:07,983 --> 00:15:09,749
I mean, why didn't
he just stick around

315
00:15:09,751 --> 00:15:11,718
and call the cops?
Then it's over.

316
00:15:11,720 --> 00:15:15,071
Better yet,
why didn't he call you?

317
00:15:18,759 --> 00:15:22,045
Yes, I admit, uh, following you
might be a little crazy,

318
00:15:22,047 --> 00:15:24,881
but I want you to know
that I am not crazy.

319
00:15:24,883 --> 00:15:29,102
I know somebody who is crazy,
and I am nothing... like him.

320
00:15:29,104 --> 00:15:31,087
Although, I am talking
to myself,

321
00:15:31,089 --> 00:15:33,256
so that makes me crazy.

322
00:15:36,644 --> 00:15:38,862
(horn honking)

323
00:15:52,943 --> 00:15:54,443
(tires squeal)

324
00:15:54,445 --> 00:15:57,330
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

325
00:15:57,332 --> 00:15:59,666
(tires squealing)

326
00:16:00,801 --> 00:16:02,168
(tires squeal)

327
00:16:02,170 --> 00:16:05,155
(tires squealing)

328
00:16:06,807 --> 00:16:07,924
(engine revving)

329
00:16:07,926 --> 00:16:10,126
(tires screeching)

330
00:16:20,470 --> 00:16:22,105
This is Detective
Danny Williams.

331
00:16:22,107 --> 00:16:24,073
I have a woman.
She's unconscious.

332
00:16:24,075 --> 00:16:25,909
Kamehameha Highway.
Say about a...

333
00:16:25,911 --> 00:16:27,994
half mile east
of the Kawailoa exit.

334
00:16:27,996 --> 00:16:29,145
I need paramedics.

335
00:16:29,147 --> 00:16:30,830
MAN: What's the nature
of her injuries?

336
00:16:30,832 --> 00:16:32,198
I don't know. I don't know.

337
00:16:32,200 --> 00:16:34,367
She's not breathing,
can't find a pulse.

338
00:16:34,369 --> 00:16:35,702
She's, uh...
she's unconscious.

339
00:16:35,704 --> 00:16:37,003
She could be dying.

340
00:16:37,005 --> 00:16:39,322
Come on, just s-send
the ambulance, please.

341
00:16:42,126 --> 00:16:44,260
Oh. Hello. Hey.

342
00:16:44,262 --> 00:16:47,680
I-I got a... I got a gunshot
wound to the back of the neck.

343
00:16:47,682 --> 00:16:50,517
Put a rush
on that ambulance, okay?

344
00:16:50,519 --> 00:16:52,835
(phone beeps off)

345
00:17:12,593 --> 00:17:15,012
(siren wailing)

346
00:17:25,640 --> 00:17:28,442
(garbled radio transmission)

347
00:17:30,745 --> 00:17:33,447
(garbled radio transmission,
siren wailing)

348
00:17:45,543 --> 00:17:48,411


349
00:18:07,215 --> 00:18:09,216
(camera shutter clicking)

350
00:18:09,218 --> 00:18:11,418
(distant chatter)

351
00:18:12,704 --> 00:18:14,421
MAN:
Oh, yes, yes.

352
00:18:14,623 --> 00:18:15,839
(camera shutter clicking)

353
00:18:15,841 --> 00:18:16,525
CHIN:
So, the prints

354
00:18:16,526 --> 00:18:19,277
that CSU lifted off the murder
weapon match reference prints

355
00:18:19,279 --> 00:18:21,880
we took from Jack
Anderson's house.

356
00:18:21,882 --> 00:18:23,315
Well, that's consistent
with Koga's story.

357
00:18:23,317 --> 00:18:25,250
He told us Anderson stabbed
Yamada to death

358
00:18:25,252 --> 00:18:26,952
with his own knife.
Mm-hmm.

359
00:18:26,954 --> 00:18:29,087
What aren't you telling us,
Chin?

360
00:18:31,557 --> 00:18:34,759
Anderson's prints
also popped up in AFIS.

361
00:18:34,761 --> 00:18:36,978
(computer chirps)

362
00:18:36,980 --> 00:18:40,382
He's a decorated
Gulf War vet.

363
00:18:40,384 --> 00:18:43,118
A Green Beret who just
finished a tour in Iraq

364
00:18:43,120 --> 00:18:44,486
when this went down.

365
00:18:44,488 --> 00:18:46,771
According to the DeKalb PD,

366
00:18:46,773 --> 00:18:48,640
Anderson was the driver
of a getaway car

367
00:18:48,642 --> 00:18:50,025
in an armed robbery
of a liquor store

368
00:18:50,027 --> 00:18:52,093
back in 1993.

369
00:18:52,095 --> 00:18:55,113
Now, the car that he was driving
crashed into another vehicle,

370
00:18:55,115 --> 00:18:56,981
killing its driver,
a newlywed

371
00:18:56,983 --> 00:18:59,834
named Jessica Haley.
She was on her way home

372
00:18:59,836 --> 00:19:01,253
from work.

373
00:19:01,255 --> 00:19:02,587
This guy really had me fooled.

374
00:19:02,589 --> 00:19:04,289
Well, you and a lot
of other people.

375
00:19:04,291 --> 00:19:06,925
His accomplices were caught
fleeing the scene,

376
00:19:06,927 --> 00:19:08,960
but somehow, he seemed
to disappear off

377
00:19:08,962 --> 00:19:11,146
the face of the earth...
until today.

378
00:19:12,265 --> 00:19:14,999
Jack deliberately tossed
that cell phone in a Dumpster

379
00:19:15,001 --> 00:19:16,801
because he didn't want anybody
ind him.

380
00:19:16,803 --> 00:19:18,520
Jack Anderson's not

381
00:19:18,522 --> 00:19:20,171
a missing person.

382
00:19:20,173 --> 00:19:21,790
He's on the run.

383
00:19:23,459 --> 00:19:25,560
(knocking)

384
00:19:25,562 --> 00:19:27,679
(sighs)
Is Jack okay?

385
00:19:27,681 --> 00:19:30,014
Did you find him?
No, not yet. Uh,

386
00:19:30,016 --> 00:19:31,700
Bridgette, we need to talk
to you about something.

387
00:19:31,702 --> 00:19:33,735
What is it?

388
00:19:33,737 --> 00:19:35,654
What's wrong?

389
00:19:35,656 --> 00:19:38,189
Steve, can you give
us a minute, please?

390
00:19:38,191 --> 00:19:40,375
Yeah.

391
00:19:43,862 --> 00:19:44,963
Did you know?

392
00:19:44,965 --> 00:19:46,648
Did I know what?

393
00:19:46,650 --> 00:19:48,033
What Jack did back in DeKalb?

394
00:19:48,035 --> 00:19:49,301
I'm sorry.

395
00:19:49,303 --> 00:19:51,052
I don't know
what you're talking about.

396
00:19:51,054 --> 00:19:52,387
Hey, guys.

397
00:19:53,923 --> 00:19:55,173
Are you a policeman?

398
00:19:55,175 --> 00:19:56,725
Am I a policeman?

399
00:19:56,727 --> 00:19:59,043
Why? Because of this right here?

400
00:19:59,045 --> 00:20:00,878
That a real badge?

401
00:20:00,880 --> 00:20:02,897
Is this a real badge?

402
00:20:02,899 --> 00:20:06,050
You want to see it?

403
00:20:06,052 --> 00:20:08,269
GROVER: Fingerprints don't lie,
Bridgette.

404
00:20:08,271 --> 00:20:11,690
Your husband is wanted
for murder back in Illinois.

405
00:20:11,692 --> 00:20:14,192
He would never...

406
00:20:14,194 --> 00:20:15,577
You know him.

407
00:20:15,579 --> 00:20:17,562
You know the kind of man he is.

408
00:20:17,564 --> 00:20:19,731
I thought I did.

409
00:20:22,451 --> 00:20:24,502
Now, you listen
to me very carefully.

410
00:20:24,504 --> 00:20:26,254
In a couple of hours,

411
00:20:26,256 --> 00:20:28,773
this whole island's gonna be
crawling with HPD,

412
00:20:28,775 --> 00:20:30,208
FBI and Illinois State Police,

413
00:20:30,210 --> 00:20:32,344
and they're all gonna be
looking for your husband.

414
00:20:32,346 --> 00:20:33,928
And there'll be
some young, gung ho,

415
00:20:33,930 --> 00:20:36,097
trigger-happy cops looking
to make a name for themselves

416
00:20:36,099 --> 00:20:38,583
by bringing in a fugitive
on a 20-year-old murder case.

417
00:20:38,585 --> 00:20:40,468
And they don't know
Jack, the family man.

418
00:20:40,470 --> 00:20:43,138
They only know Jack,
the fugitive, and they're gonna

419
00:20:43,140 --> 00:20:46,141
bring him in
by any means necessary.

420
00:20:48,694 --> 00:20:52,063
Bridgette, I know
this is a lot. I'm sorry.

421
00:20:52,065 --> 00:20:54,932
But I'm gonna need your help.

422
00:20:54,934 --> 00:20:57,602
If you know where he might be,

423
00:20:57,604 --> 00:21:00,121
if he's tried to contact you,

424
00:21:00,123 --> 00:21:01,706
you need to tell me right now.

425
00:21:01,708 --> 00:21:03,908
I don't. I swear.

426
00:21:03,910 --> 00:21:05,343
Bridgette,
the boys said

427
00:21:05,345 --> 00:21:07,162
that Jack came back to
the house this morning.

428
00:21:07,164 --> 00:21:09,330
(sighs)

429
00:21:10,216 --> 00:21:11,800
Uh, I must have been asleep.

430
00:21:11,802 --> 00:21:13,268
Yeah, that's
what they said.

431
00:21:13,270 --> 00:21:14,719
He made them promise not

432
00:21:14,721 --> 00:21:16,588
to tell anybody that
he'd come back here.

433
00:21:16,590 --> 00:21:17,772
I guess he
grabbed a rifle

434
00:21:17,774 --> 00:21:19,891
and some camping gear.
He also told them that

435
00:21:19,893 --> 00:21:21,810
he might be away
for a little while.

436
00:21:21,812 --> 00:21:23,928
You got any idea
where that might be?

437
00:21:23,930 --> 00:21:25,897
He goes...

438
00:21:25,899 --> 00:21:28,767
hunting
in the Ewa Forest Reserve.

439
00:21:28,769 --> 00:21:32,804
Uh, he-he
usually makes

440
00:21:32,806 --> 00:21:34,906
camp around
the Waimano Stream.

441
00:21:34,908 --> 00:21:37,325
Okay. I know where that is.
Thanks.

442
00:21:38,694 --> 00:21:40,478
(clears throat)

443
00:21:42,515 --> 00:21:43,965
All right,

444
00:21:43,967 --> 00:21:46,451
listen, don't worry, we're
gonna bring him in safe.

445
00:21:46,453 --> 00:21:48,186
Meantime, you just take
care of those boys,

446
00:21:48,188 --> 00:21:49,587
all right?

447
00:21:52,291 --> 00:21:54,843
(pop music plays)

448
00:21:54,845 --> 00:21:56,077
(camera shutter clicking)

449
00:21:56,079 --> 00:21:58,379
MAN: That looks perfect,
just like that.

450
00:21:58,381 --> 00:21:59,481
Good.

451
00:21:59,483 --> 00:22:02,100
Thatta girl.

452
00:22:02,102 --> 00:22:04,068
Excellent. Excellent.
These are beautiful.

453
00:22:04,070 --> 00:22:05,503
Turn here. Yes.

454
00:22:05,505 --> 00:22:07,388
(camera clicking)
Yes.

455
00:22:07,390 --> 00:22:08,973
Nice. That's good.

456
00:22:08,975 --> 00:22:10,341
Right there.
Keep your chin up.

457
00:22:10,343 --> 00:22:11,976
Nice. These are beautiful.

458
00:22:12,611 --> 00:22:13,761
Head down.
Excuse me.

459
00:22:13,763 --> 00:22:15,280
Sorry. I'm Detective Williams.

460
00:22:15,282 --> 00:22:17,449
I'm with Five-O.
I need to see this weapon.

461
00:22:19,151 --> 00:22:21,519
I need to see any other
weapons you have here.

462
00:22:21,521 --> 00:22:23,655
As soon as you tell
me what's going on.

463
00:22:23,657 --> 00:22:25,206
I'll tell you what's
going on-- there's a woman,

464
00:22:25,208 --> 00:22:26,991
she's in the hospital right now
fighting for her life.

465
00:22:26,993 --> 00:22:28,676
She was shot
up on that highway

466
00:22:28,678 --> 00:22:30,378
from this beach.
Like I said,

467
00:22:30,380 --> 00:22:32,881
I need to see
all the weapons you have.

468
00:22:35,751 --> 00:22:37,719
Thank you.

469
00:22:42,725 --> 00:22:45,894
Look, Detective, all
the weapons on this shoot

470
00:22:45,896 --> 00:22:47,011
are props.

471
00:22:47,013 --> 00:22:48,480
They're inoperable.
Trust me,

472
00:22:48,482 --> 00:22:50,398
I checked
'em myself.

473
00:22:51,884 --> 00:22:53,985
All right, how long you
been here this morning?

474
00:22:53,987 --> 00:22:55,219
Since sunrise.

475
00:22:55,221 --> 00:22:56,571
See anybody else?

476
00:22:56,573 --> 00:22:57,989
Just us.

477
00:23:01,277 --> 00:23:03,027
All right, I'm gonna need to see

478
00:23:03,029 --> 00:23:05,272
all the photographs
you took here this morning.

479
00:23:05,297 --> 00:23:07,297
Yeah.

480
00:23:08,117 --> 00:23:11,202
Look, I'm just calling
to see how she's doing.

481
00:23:11,204 --> 00:23:13,588
I don't know her name. She's
the one with the gunshot wound.

482
00:23:13,590 --> 00:23:14,906
How many are there?

483
00:23:14,908 --> 00:23:17,175
No, please don't put me on hold.

484
00:23:30,523 --> 00:23:32,089
(phone beeps off)

485
00:23:47,873 --> 00:23:49,324
What do you got for me, Duke?

486
00:23:49,326 --> 00:23:51,726
CSU found some stuff
in Gus Yamada's house.

487
00:23:51,728 --> 00:23:53,277
Thought you might be interested.

488
00:23:55,164 --> 00:23:57,882
Yamada doesn't strike me
as the type who went to church.

489
00:23:57,884 --> 00:24:00,585
All right, so what
do we got here?

490
00:24:00,587 --> 00:24:01,536
Photos.

491
00:24:01,538 --> 00:24:03,755
Directions
to Anderson's bar.

492
00:24:03,757 --> 00:24:05,590
Daily schedule.

493
00:24:07,125 --> 00:24:09,310
It's a picture of his truck.
This is a surveillance package.

494
00:24:09,312 --> 00:24:10,628
He was being paid well.

495
00:24:10,630 --> 00:24:11,813
There's ten grand in there.

496
00:24:11,815 --> 00:24:14,148
It was in the gym bag
along with this burner.

497
00:24:14,150 --> 00:24:16,317
All right, so Yamada didn't
show up at Anderson's bar

498
00:24:16,319 --> 00:24:18,436
to sample the mai tais;
they were watching him.

499
00:24:19,438 --> 00:24:21,906
This was supposed to be a hit.

500
00:24:39,933 --> 00:24:42,434
STEVE: Any idea who would
want to kill your friend?

501
00:24:43,703 --> 00:24:45,137
Well,

502
00:24:45,139 --> 00:24:46,271
Jack's a fugitive.

503
00:24:46,273 --> 00:24:48,023
I imagine he's crossed
a lot of people

504
00:24:48,025 --> 00:24:49,224
between here
and Chicago,

505
00:24:49,226 --> 00:24:51,126
but I don't know,
I don't want to be

506
00:24:51,128 --> 00:24:52,227
the one to speculate.

507
00:24:52,229 --> 00:24:54,012
I'd rather ask him
myself, in person.

508
00:24:55,165 --> 00:24:59,184
You can slow down if you,
uh, if you can't keep up.

509
00:24:59,186 --> 00:25:01,837
You know, my old man
once told me...

510
00:25:01,839 --> 00:25:04,289
never mistake somebody
who's moving fast

511
00:25:04,291 --> 00:25:07,409
with somebody who knows
where they're going.

512
00:25:07,411 --> 00:25:09,628
Yeah, all due respect,
your old man didn't know me.

513
00:25:09,630 --> 00:25:11,380
I move fast and I know
where I'm going.

514
00:25:11,382 --> 00:25:14,383
Boy, I wish I was half as good
as you think you are.

515
00:25:14,385 --> 00:25:15,551
(insect buzzes)

516
00:25:15,553 --> 00:25:17,553
Ow.

517
00:25:17,555 --> 00:25:19,338
Long way from Chicago, huh?

518
00:25:19,340 --> 00:25:21,340
What's that supposed to mean?

519
00:25:21,342 --> 00:25:23,025
You think I don't know
my way around

520
00:25:23,027 --> 00:25:24,543
in the woods?

521
00:25:24,545 --> 00:25:26,145
First of all, this is a forest.

522
00:25:26,147 --> 00:25:28,480
Second of all,
if you knew your way

523
00:25:28,482 --> 00:25:30,232
around this forest...

524
00:25:30,234 --> 00:25:32,217
you'd know that the shrub
you're standing next to

525
00:25:32,219 --> 00:25:33,718
is noho malie.

526
00:25:33,720 --> 00:25:35,154
It's highly poisonous.

527
00:25:42,562 --> 00:25:44,613
Well, thank you,
Ranger Rick.

528
00:25:45,565 --> 00:25:48,417
You're welcome.

529
00:25:48,419 --> 00:25:49,868
Ah.

530
00:25:49,870 --> 00:25:51,453
You know, going
through these woods--

531
00:25:51,455 --> 00:25:54,573
oh, I'm sorry, "the forest"--

532
00:25:54,575 --> 00:25:56,592
kind of opens your mind up.

533
00:25:56,594 --> 00:25:58,293
Helps you see things
a little differently.

534
00:25:58,295 --> 00:25:59,911
What, are you getting
all Zen on me, now?

535
00:25:59,913 --> 00:26:02,097
No, I'm just telling you
I know what this is.

536
00:26:04,384 --> 00:26:06,435
Would you want to
tell me what this is?

537
00:26:06,437 --> 00:26:08,303
This:

538
00:26:08,305 --> 00:26:10,355
"I could really use your help."

539
00:26:10,357 --> 00:26:12,007
You think I think
that you partnered up

540
00:26:12,009 --> 00:26:15,093
with me on this out of the
goodness of your heart?

541
00:26:15,095 --> 00:26:17,029
All right.
Fair enough.

542
00:26:17,031 --> 00:26:18,730
You're Jack's friend.

543
00:26:18,732 --> 00:26:20,149
I know you're not
gonna go home,

544
00:26:20,151 --> 00:26:22,934
sit in your rocking chair and
wait on a call from me, okay?

545
00:26:22,936 --> 00:26:24,069
You're gonna be out here

546
00:26:24,071 --> 00:26:25,954
making a mess of things, you know?
There you go.

547
00:26:25,956 --> 00:26:28,290
Get in my way, so I figured
I'd do myself a favor, right?

548
00:26:28,292 --> 00:26:29,575
Save myself the trouble.

549
00:26:29,577 --> 00:26:31,627
But you're only
half right.

550
00:26:31,629 --> 00:26:33,962
Catherine Rollins
is on reserve duty.

551
00:26:33,964 --> 00:26:36,999
I got Danno on the North Shore,
I'm short-handed...

552
00:26:37,001 --> 00:26:38,717
so I thought about it
and figured

553
00:26:38,719 --> 00:26:41,336
you were competent enough
to tag along.

554
00:26:43,306 --> 00:26:45,724
Competent enough?

555
00:26:45,726 --> 00:26:47,976
Well, you ain't exactly
Mount Rushmore material

556
00:26:47,978 --> 00:26:49,428
yourself, you know.

557
00:26:49,430 --> 00:26:52,231
CHIN: Come on, it's
a simple question.

558
00:26:52,233 --> 00:26:55,067
Who hired you
to murder Jack Anderson?

559
00:26:55,069 --> 00:26:56,435
I just need a name.

560
00:26:56,437 --> 00:26:58,437
I don't have a name.

561
00:26:58,439 --> 00:27:00,689
So do whatever
you got to do.

562
00:27:00,691 --> 00:27:02,307
Torture me
like your friends did,

563
00:27:02,309 --> 00:27:04,193
'cause I can't tell you
something I don't know.

564
00:27:04,195 --> 00:27:06,945
Yeah, well, you see,
torture isn't really my style.

565
00:27:08,831 --> 00:27:10,449
Now, Koga...

566
00:27:10,451 --> 00:27:13,168
you got a three-year-old son
and a little girl, right?

567
00:27:14,837 --> 00:27:16,421
You've been
through the system.

568
00:27:16,423 --> 00:27:17,839
You know
how it works.

569
00:27:17,841 --> 00:27:19,708
First person to step up
gets a deal,

570
00:27:19,710 --> 00:27:22,427
and Yamada is dead.

571
00:27:22,429 --> 00:27:24,346
I call that an opportunity.

572
00:27:24,348 --> 00:27:26,831
Look, you talk now...

573
00:27:26,833 --> 00:27:28,667
maybe you serve
two to three years

574
00:27:28,669 --> 00:27:30,018
in a minimum-security
prison

575
00:27:30,020 --> 00:27:33,438
and you get some kind of
relationship with your children.

576
00:27:33,440 --> 00:27:35,524
But if you don't...

577
00:27:35,526 --> 00:27:36,975
I promise you,

578
00:27:36,977 --> 00:27:39,444
you will sit
in a maximum-security prison

579
00:27:39,446 --> 00:27:43,014
for 15 to 20 years
watching your kids grow up

580
00:27:43,016 --> 00:27:44,983
through a piece
of Plexiglas.

581
00:27:47,987 --> 00:27:49,821
So you got
a decision to make.

582
00:27:51,291 --> 00:27:53,542
Because when
I walk out that door...

583
00:27:53,544 --> 00:27:54,660
(sighs)

584
00:27:54,662 --> 00:27:57,195
the deal goes with me.

585
00:28:02,001 --> 00:28:03,468
Okay, look...

586
00:28:06,973 --> 00:28:09,308
I'll tell you who hired us.

587
00:28:10,343 --> 00:28:13,395
STEVE:
Decorated war hero.

588
00:28:13,397 --> 00:28:15,264
Never in trouble with the law.

589
00:28:15,266 --> 00:28:16,732
How's a guy like that end up

590
00:28:16,734 --> 00:28:18,984
robbing a liquor store?

591
00:28:18,986 --> 00:28:21,553
GROVER: I don't know.
Maybe he was drunk or high.

592
00:28:21,555 --> 00:28:23,021
Doesn't really matter, does it?
No, it doesn't.

593
00:28:23,023 --> 00:28:24,239
I'm not trying to give the guy

594
00:28:24,241 --> 00:28:26,391
a free pass, either.
I'm just saying.

595
00:28:26,393 --> 00:28:28,610
Maybe he made a mistake,
you know?

596
00:28:30,747 --> 00:28:31,896
I mean...

597
00:28:31,898 --> 00:28:33,665
it's got to stand
for something that he

598
00:28:33,667 --> 00:28:35,200
turned his entire
life around,

599
00:28:35,202 --> 00:28:36,668
spent the next
20 years trying

600
00:28:36,670 --> 00:28:38,069
to make it right.

601
00:28:38,071 --> 00:28:40,339
And what if it was
your sister

602
00:28:40,341 --> 00:28:41,356
and my wife
and kids

603
00:28:41,358 --> 00:28:43,292
he killed in that
car wreck?

604
00:28:43,294 --> 00:28:45,043
What he did before,
what he did after,

605
00:28:45,045 --> 00:28:46,128
wouldn't mean
a damn thing.

606
00:28:46,130 --> 00:28:47,846
Listen, man, you got
a good point, okay?

607
00:28:47,848 --> 00:28:49,064
I'm just saying...

608
00:28:49,066 --> 00:28:50,716
You can't tell me
it's gonna feel good

609
00:28:50,718 --> 00:28:53,352
putting the cuffs on a guy
like that, now, okay?

610
00:28:53,354 --> 00:28:55,354
Plus, he's your friend.
Try to think of the victim's family.

611
00:28:55,356 --> 00:28:57,105
Well, what about Jack's family?

612
00:28:57,107 --> 00:28:59,474
You think I don't
have a heart?

613
00:28:59,476 --> 00:29:02,144
I got a knot in my stomach
just thinking about all this.

614
00:29:02,146 --> 00:29:03,228
Man, I'm just saying

615
00:29:03,230 --> 00:29:05,647
don't write him off
completely, okay?

616
00:29:05,649 --> 00:29:07,766
Sometimes good people
do bad things.

617
00:29:07,768 --> 00:29:09,568
We're all running from
something, right?

618
00:29:10,987 --> 00:29:13,438
Could you be any more obvious?

619
00:29:14,774 --> 00:29:15,891
Excuse me?

620
00:29:15,893 --> 00:29:18,060
If you want
something from me,

621
00:29:18,062 --> 00:29:19,227
just ask.

622
00:29:19,229 --> 00:29:21,880
Them Jedi mind tricks
don't work with me.

623
00:29:22,715 --> 00:29:24,082
Fine.

624
00:29:24,084 --> 00:29:25,967
What drove you
out of Chicago?

625
00:29:28,638 --> 00:29:31,256
Forget it. You and me--
we ain't there, yet.

626
00:29:35,495 --> 00:29:38,263
STEVE:
Hold up, hold up, h-hold up.

627
00:29:43,569 --> 00:29:46,971
These are fresh.

628
00:29:46,973 --> 00:29:49,974
He can't be more than ten
or 15 minutes ahead of us.

629
00:30:02,622 --> 00:30:03,755
Hello.

630
00:30:03,757 --> 00:30:05,323
How you doing?
Can I help you?

631
00:30:05,325 --> 00:30:07,542
Uh, yeah, I'm, uh,
Detective Williams

632
00:30:07,544 --> 00:30:09,344
with Five-O.
Um, just need to ask you,

633
00:30:09,346 --> 00:30:10,946
do you have a rifle on board?

634
00:30:10,948 --> 00:30:13,498
We do. We use it
when we go shark fishing.

635
00:30:13,500 --> 00:30:14,549
Okay.
What's the problem?

636
00:30:14,551 --> 00:30:16,301
Uh, you're gonna
have to point to it,

637
00:30:16,303 --> 00:30:17,419
show me where it is.

638
00:30:17,421 --> 00:30:18,937
Please stay
where you are.

639
00:30:18,939 --> 00:30:20,004
It's in there.

640
00:30:20,006 --> 00:30:21,173
In here?
Yup.

641
00:30:21,175 --> 00:30:23,174
What's going on?

642
00:30:34,186 --> 00:30:36,154
This, uh, this was
fired recently.

643
00:30:36,156 --> 00:30:38,623
Yeah. Um...
we were fishing

644
00:30:38,625 --> 00:30:39,775
off the beach this morning,

645
00:30:39,777 --> 00:30:41,543
and nothing
was biting, so, uh...

646
00:30:41,545 --> 00:30:43,628
I let my son Jon
use it to...

647
00:30:43,630 --> 00:30:46,214
take target practice
on the chum can in the water.

648
00:30:48,200 --> 00:30:50,680
Weren't any other boats around.
Didn't think it'd be a problem.

649
00:30:52,088 --> 00:30:54,339
What's going on, Detective?

650
00:30:54,341 --> 00:30:55,640
Something happen?

651
00:30:55,642 --> 00:30:57,893
Uh, yeah, something, uh...

652
00:30:57,895 --> 00:31:00,512
something pretty terrible
happened, actually.

653
00:31:07,403 --> 00:31:09,220
(phone rings)
Chin. Go.

654
00:31:09,222 --> 00:31:10,155
I know who hired

655
00:31:10,157 --> 00:31:11,723
Yamada and Koga
to kill Anderson.

656
00:31:11,725 --> 00:31:12,724
Who?

657
00:31:12,726 --> 00:31:14,109
Matt Haley.

658
00:31:14,111 --> 00:31:15,360
He's the husband
of Jessica Haley,

659
00:31:15,362 --> 00:31:16,411
the woman that Anderson

660
00:31:16,413 --> 00:31:17,496
killed in the car crash.

661
00:31:17,498 --> 00:31:18,947
So wait a minute,

662
00:31:18,949 --> 00:31:20,398
Haley finds Anderson

663
00:31:20,400 --> 00:31:22,451
on the islands after
all these years,

664
00:31:22,453 --> 00:31:24,402
and then hires
Yamada to avenge

665
00:31:24,404 --> 00:31:26,171
his wife's death?
What are the chances

666
00:31:26,173 --> 00:31:27,405
Haley's on the island?

667
00:31:27,407 --> 00:31:28,690
Oh, I'm thinking pretty good.

668
00:31:28,692 --> 00:31:30,258
I have several
incoming calls to Yamada's

669
00:31:30,260 --> 00:31:32,243
burner phone,
all from a Malohi Inn.

670
00:31:32,245 --> 00:31:33,562
One of them was

671
00:31:33,564 --> 00:31:34,579
as recent as an hour ago.

672
00:31:34,581 --> 00:31:35,764
It was probably Haley

673
00:31:35,766 --> 00:31:37,349
trying to find out
if the job's done.

674
00:31:37,351 --> 00:31:38,383
That's what I'm thinking.

675
00:31:38,385 --> 00:31:40,418
I'll let you know.
I'm on my way.

676
00:31:40,420 --> 00:31:42,053
STEVE:
Copy that.

677
00:31:48,594 --> 00:31:51,046
(birds fly off)

678
00:31:51,048 --> 00:31:52,697
You see that?

679
00:31:53,649 --> 00:31:55,650
200 yards up ahead.

680
00:31:55,652 --> 00:31:57,235
See those birds?

681
00:31:57,237 --> 00:31:58,720
Yeah, I see.

682
00:32:01,290 --> 00:32:02,874
All right.

683
00:32:02,876 --> 00:32:04,275
We're gonna split up.

684
00:32:04,277 --> 00:32:06,461
I'm gonna maintain
this heading.

685
00:32:06,463 --> 00:32:08,580
Lou, I want you
to flank north.

686
00:32:08,582 --> 00:32:10,131
Okay?
Yeah.

687
00:32:10,133 --> 00:32:11,132
Remember...

688
00:32:11,134 --> 00:32:13,117
radio silence
and good target I.D.

689
00:32:13,119 --> 00:32:15,286
I got you.

690
00:32:19,108 --> 00:32:20,976
(branches snapping)

691
00:32:34,640 --> 00:32:36,825
(twigs crack)

692
00:32:52,542 --> 00:32:53,992
You shouldn't
have come.

693
00:33:07,667 --> 00:33:09,268
How many with you?

694
00:33:09,270 --> 00:33:10,619
I'm alone.

695
00:33:12,105 --> 00:33:13,672
With a radio?

696
00:33:13,674 --> 00:33:14,790
Let's go.

697
00:33:14,792 --> 00:33:16,976
Move!

698
00:33:18,094 --> 00:33:20,179
So what's the plan now, Jack?

699
00:33:20,181 --> 00:33:22,297
What are you gonna do?
You gonna kill me,

700
00:33:22,299 --> 00:33:25,017
then hide up here in the woods
for the rest of your life

701
00:33:25,019 --> 00:33:26,235
living happily ever after?

702
00:33:26,237 --> 00:33:30,773
Personally, I don't
think you got it in you.

703
00:33:30,775 --> 00:33:32,441
Sure, you took that guy
in the alley,

704
00:33:32,443 --> 00:33:33,575
but that's kill or be killed.

705
00:33:33,577 --> 00:33:35,611
Stop talking and keep moving.

706
00:33:35,613 --> 00:33:39,298
That woman you killed, Jack,
that was an accident.

707
00:33:39,300 --> 00:33:42,534
And I know that you've done
a lot of things, good things,

708
00:33:42,536 --> 00:33:43,836
to try to make that right,

709
00:33:43,838 --> 00:33:46,572
but you never will.
You never will

710
00:33:46,574 --> 00:33:47,906
till you own up to it.

711
00:33:47,908 --> 00:33:49,842
I own up to it every day.

712
00:33:49,844 --> 00:33:52,411
You don't think
I carry that with me?

713
00:33:52,413 --> 00:33:55,330
That woman is
in my head all the time.

714
00:33:55,332 --> 00:33:57,349
I was a good guy,

715
00:33:57,351 --> 00:33:59,652
and I just did something stupid.

716
00:33:59,654 --> 00:34:01,837
I got behind
the wheel of a car,

717
00:34:01,839 --> 00:34:03,505
and in ten minutes,
my life changed forever

718
00:34:03,507 --> 00:34:05,124
and I can't undo that.

719
00:34:07,644 --> 00:34:09,645
No matter how hard I try.

720
00:34:09,647 --> 00:34:11,030
You think you're
the only one?

721
00:34:11,032 --> 00:34:14,817
You think I don't know
what living with regret

722
00:34:14,819 --> 00:34:16,518
is like?
Hmm?

723
00:34:16,520 --> 00:34:19,405
Every day, I look in the mirror
and I think to myself,

724
00:34:19,407 --> 00:34:21,824
"What if I did this?
What if I did that?"

725
00:34:23,043 --> 00:34:25,861
So welcome to the
club, my friend.

726
00:34:26,696 --> 00:34:29,415
Listen to me, Jack.

727
00:34:29,417 --> 00:34:31,567
You got to end this thing.

728
00:34:31,569 --> 00:34:35,471
Hmm? You got to end
it right now, Jack.

729
00:34:35,473 --> 00:34:37,589
Not for me.

730
00:34:37,591 --> 00:34:40,259
Take a second to think about
Bridgette and them two boys.

731
00:34:40,261 --> 00:34:41,994
(twigs snapping)

732
00:34:41,996 --> 00:34:44,313
(grunts)

733
00:34:46,850 --> 00:34:49,018
Oh, Jack.

734
00:34:51,237 --> 00:34:52,988
You got him?

735
00:34:52,990 --> 00:34:54,857
About time. What happened?

736
00:34:54,859 --> 00:34:58,660
I was trying to figure out a way
to save your ass, wasn't I?

737
00:35:01,297 --> 00:35:03,182
All right, come on, Jack,
let's go. On your feet.

738
00:35:03,184 --> 00:35:05,701
On your feet.

739
00:35:12,425 --> 00:35:15,410
Five-O! Get on your knees.
Hands behind your head.

740
00:35:17,213 --> 00:35:20,182
Matt Haley, you're under arrest
for conspiracy

741
00:35:20,184 --> 00:35:21,884
and the attempted murder
of Jack Anderson.

742
00:35:21,886 --> 00:35:23,936
Mitchell. Jack Mitchell.

743
00:35:23,938 --> 00:35:27,439
That was his name
when he killed my wife.

744
00:35:41,771 --> 00:35:44,573
What are we doing here?
I told you.

745
00:35:44,575 --> 00:35:46,725
I don't want my wife and kids
to see me like this.

746
00:35:46,727 --> 00:35:48,210
Turn around.
Give me your hands, Jack.

747
00:36:01,558 --> 00:36:03,926
You know what you got to do.
Go ahead.

748
00:36:20,977 --> 00:36:23,278
(exhales)

749
00:36:23,280 --> 00:36:25,831
(crying)
I'm sorry.

750
00:36:25,833 --> 00:36:27,566
I'm so sorry.

751
00:36:27,568 --> 00:36:29,885
Look,

752
00:36:29,887 --> 00:36:33,422
there's something
I need to tell you,

753
00:36:33,424 --> 00:36:35,457
and I should have told you
a long time ago.

754
00:36:36,593 --> 00:36:40,679
So how much of that sermon
you gave in the forest was true?

755
00:36:41,664 --> 00:36:43,665
All that stuff
about living with regret,

756
00:36:43,667 --> 00:36:46,334
looking at yourself
in the mirror, blah, blah, blah.

757
00:36:46,336 --> 00:36:48,020
So you heard that?

758
00:36:48,022 --> 00:36:49,471
The whole thing.

759
00:36:49,473 --> 00:36:51,690
Then I guess that
means you heard me say

760
00:36:51,692 --> 00:36:55,277
me and you ain't there yet.
(chuckles)

761
00:36:56,863 --> 00:36:58,447
Hey. Hey, boys.

762
00:36:58,449 --> 00:37:00,032
How you doing, boys?

763
00:37:00,034 --> 00:37:02,251
Hey, listen to me,
all right? Look,

764
00:37:02,253 --> 00:37:05,704
Daddy's gonna have to go away
for a little while, okay?

765
00:37:05,706 --> 00:37:07,606
But I want... I want you
to behave for your mom.

766
00:37:07,608 --> 00:37:10,075
You understand?
All right.

767
00:37:10,077 --> 00:37:12,694
Give me a hug.
Give me a hug.

768
00:37:26,176 --> 00:37:28,093
Thank you.

769
00:37:33,099 --> 00:37:35,050
If you don't mind,

770
00:37:35,052 --> 00:37:37,903
there's one more stop
I'd like to make.

771
00:37:42,609 --> 00:37:45,277
CHIN:
The church bulletin?

772
00:37:45,279 --> 00:37:47,496
That's how you found
Jack Mitchell?

773
00:37:48,531 --> 00:37:51,416
A couple weeks ago,
a buddy of mine from DeKalb

774
00:37:51,418 --> 00:37:53,035
was here on vacation.

775
00:37:53,037 --> 00:37:55,671
He went to Mass,
saw the picture.

776
00:37:55,673 --> 00:37:58,423
Thought it looked a lot
like Mitchell.

777
00:37:58,425 --> 00:38:00,075
So I did some digging.

778
00:38:00,077 --> 00:38:01,426
Turns out he was right.

779
00:38:01,428 --> 00:38:03,845
Did it ever cross your mind
to go to the police?

780
00:38:03,847 --> 00:38:06,048
No.

781
00:38:07,133 --> 00:38:09,134
Have you ever had
someone you love

782
00:38:09,136 --> 00:38:11,386
stolen from you,
Lieutenant?

783
00:38:16,142 --> 00:38:18,310
Yes, I have.

784
00:38:19,445 --> 00:38:21,380
Then you know.

785
00:38:23,816 --> 00:38:27,269
Hate corrodes the container
it's carried in.

786
00:38:27,271 --> 00:38:30,906
I've carried that hate around
with me for 20 years.

787
00:38:30,908 --> 00:38:32,774
I never remarried,

788
00:38:32,776 --> 00:38:36,245
never had the family
I dreamt of with Jess.

789
00:38:36,247 --> 00:38:39,014
That night changed me.

790
00:38:39,016 --> 00:38:41,216
(door buzzes)

791
00:39:01,571 --> 00:39:05,857
I know there's nothing I can do
that would bring your wife back.

792
00:39:09,445 --> 00:39:12,147
All I can do
is say...

793
00:39:12,999 --> 00:39:16,651
...I'm sorry.

794
00:39:45,114 --> 00:39:46,531
(exhales)

795
00:39:48,501 --> 00:39:50,685
Hey.

796
00:39:51,687 --> 00:39:53,655
How you feeling?

797
00:39:53,657 --> 00:39:55,690
(sighs)

798
00:39:55,692 --> 00:39:57,759
I've been better.

799
00:39:57,761 --> 00:39:59,411
Yeah, I bet.

800
00:39:59,413 --> 00:40:01,296
Do you remember me?

801
00:40:01,298 --> 00:40:03,248
Jersey.

802
00:40:03,250 --> 00:40:04,532
Yeah.

803
00:40:06,135 --> 00:40:10,422
The last thing I remember,
you were in my rearview mirror.

804
00:40:10,424 --> 00:40:13,392
I thought you were headed
the other direction.

805
00:40:14,677 --> 00:40:17,279
I was headed
the other direction.

806
00:40:17,281 --> 00:40:20,415
Well, what made you change
your mind?

807
00:40:20,417 --> 00:40:23,985
(clicks tongue)
Um,

808
00:40:23,987 --> 00:40:25,654
I don't know. Uh,

809
00:40:25,656 --> 00:40:27,322
I think maybe that smile's what did it.
(chuckles)

810
00:40:27,324 --> 00:40:28,790
That's definitely what it was.

811
00:40:28,792 --> 00:40:32,494
I know
this sounds crazy,

812
00:40:32,496 --> 00:40:34,529
um, but I-I couldn't stop
thinking about you when I was

813
00:40:34,531 --> 00:40:36,398
driving away,
so...

814
00:40:36,400 --> 00:40:38,667
That doesn't sound crazy.

815
00:40:38,669 --> 00:40:40,285
No?
No.

816
00:40:40,287 --> 00:40:41,453
Good.

817
00:40:41,455 --> 00:40:43,121
(chuckles)

818
00:40:43,123 --> 00:40:46,425
I don't think
I ever got your name.

819
00:40:46,427 --> 00:40:49,411
Uh, I'm, uh, Danny. Williams.

820
00:40:49,413 --> 00:40:51,213
I'm Amber.

821
00:40:51,215 --> 00:40:52,547
Amber Vitale.

822
00:40:52,549 --> 00:40:54,049
Amber Vitale.

823
00:40:54,051 --> 00:40:56,935
That's the best name I ever heard.
(chuckles)

824
00:40:56,937 --> 00:40:58,887
That's an excellent,
excellent name.

825
00:40:58,889 --> 00:41:00,422
Thank you.

826
00:41:00,424 --> 00:41:03,024
Sounds like an Italian
movie star or something.

827
00:41:03,026 --> 00:41:04,309
(laughs)

828
00:41:07,630 --> 00:41:09,931
COMMENTATOR: Snap to the 35.
Drops back to the pocket.

829
00:41:09,933 --> 00:41:11,700
Throws over the middle.
STEVE: Come on!

830
00:41:11,702 --> 00:41:12,710
And it's caught!

831
00:41:12,735 --> 00:41:14,687
All right, party people, 
get it while it's hot.

832
00:41:14,688 --> 00:41:17,873
(knocking)
All right. Yo.

833
00:41:17,875 --> 00:41:19,458
What's going on? Just
in time. Hey, kiddo.

834
00:41:19,483 --> 00:41:20,760
Hey, everybody.

835
00:41:20,761 --> 00:41:22,127
Go get some of that
chili, all right,

836
00:41:22,129 --> 00:41:24,246
before those animals eat
the whole pot.

837
00:41:24,248 --> 00:41:25,831
Okay, Gracie?
That's it.

838
00:41:25,833 --> 00:41:27,549
Grab... Yeah, push...
Just push your way in.

839
00:41:27,551 --> 00:41:28,550
Don't be shy. Yeah.

840
00:41:28,552 --> 00:41:29,584
Where you going, sistah?

841
00:41:29,586 --> 00:41:31,086
Back off, keiki.

842
00:41:31,088 --> 00:41:32,037
Be careful, honey.
That's the most

843
00:41:32,039 --> 00:41:33,522
dangerous place
on the island,

844
00:41:33,524 --> 00:41:34,789
between those two
when there's food.

845
00:41:34,791 --> 00:41:36,475
There you go,
princess.

846
00:41:36,477 --> 00:41:37,726
Hey, how's Amber?

847
00:41:37,728 --> 00:41:39,728
Oh, she's, uh...
she's fantastic.

848
00:41:39,730 --> 00:41:42,063
Wow, a smile. You perked up
when I mentioned her name.

849
00:41:42,065 --> 00:41:43,315
What, you got a serious thing

850
00:41:43,317 --> 00:41:44,799
for this girl?

851
00:41:44,801 --> 00:41:46,435
No, I mean, I got...
I got a thing.

852
00:41:46,437 --> 00:41:47,736
I don't... I don't think
I perked up.

853
00:41:47,738 --> 00:41:48,987
You did perk up.
That's not...

854
00:41:48,989 --> 00:41:50,939
that's not what I do.
I don't perk up.

855
00:41:50,941 --> 00:41:52,124
Let me ask you
a question.

856
00:41:52,126 --> 00:41:53,525
What's, uh...
what's going on here?

857
00:41:53,527 --> 00:41:54,993
What are you talking about?

858
00:41:54,995 --> 00:41:57,362
Well, you know, first you invite
him over for Thanksgiving.

859
00:41:57,364 --> 00:41:59,664
Then you guys, uh...
you guys partner up.

860
00:41:59,666 --> 00:42:01,366
Now he's in the kitchen
cooking chili, watching

861
00:42:01,368 --> 00:42:03,368
the game. People are gonna think
you two like each other

862
00:42:03,370 --> 00:42:05,153
or something.
I don't know. H-He's not that bad.

863
00:42:05,155 --> 00:42:05,773
No?

864
00:42:05,798 --> 00:42:07,707
No, he's not that bad.
I mean, he's, uh...

865
00:42:07,708 --> 00:42:09,508
he's a bit...

866
00:42:09,510 --> 00:42:12,093
he's a bit thick-headed,
but he makes a great chili.

867
00:42:12,095 --> 00:42:14,162
Oh, that's good. So he's
like you, but he can cook.

868
00:42:15,181 --> 00:42:16,264
You want to eat?
Mm-hmm.

869
00:42:16,266 --> 00:42:17,599
You want to eat today?
Mm-hmm.

870
00:42:17,601 --> 00:42:18,833
Bruddah,

871
00:42:18,835 --> 00:42:20,352
I don't think it's chili

872
00:42:20,354 --> 00:42:21,586
unless you have Spam in it.

873
00:42:21,588 --> 00:42:23,054
GROVER:
Where I come from,

874
00:42:23,056 --> 00:42:24,623
Spam is a controlled substance.

875
00:42:24,625 --> 00:42:26,274
(laughter)

876
00:42:26,276 --> 00:42:27,509
Eat up. Here you go.

877
00:42:27,511 --> 00:42:28,710
Come on, folks.

878
00:42:28,712 --> 00:42:30,645
Dig in.
KONO: Mmm, that smells good.

879
00:42:32,448 --> 00:42:34,182
You guys got room for two more?

880
00:42:36,836 --> 00:42:38,820
Aloha.

881
00:42:45,244 --> 00:42:47,078
Hey.

882
00:42:47,080 --> 00:42:48,213
Welcome back.

883
00:42:48,215 --> 00:42:49,414
Thank you.

884
00:42:49,416 --> 00:42:51,699
It's good to be back.

885
00:42:51,701 --> 00:42:54,202
Thanks, man.

886
00:42:54,204 --> 00:42:57,055
(chuckles)
Welcome home.

887
00:43:03,563 --> 00:43:05,847
Hi.

888
00:43:05,849 --> 00:43:07,265
Did you get taller?

889
00:43:07,267 --> 00:43:09,217
(giggles)

890
00:43:09,219 --> 00:43:11,102
What's up, sistah?

891
00:43:13,906 --> 00:43:15,907
You know I missed you.

892
00:43:15,909 --> 00:43:18,109
Aw.

893
00:43:34,427 --> 00:43:36,044


894
00:43:39,682 --> 00:43:42,551
It's good to be home.

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Aelis  (10.07.2019 à 15:24)

Episode très sympa ! Toute l'équipe était séparée mais finalement c'était bien d'avoir plusieurs affaires en même temps. Bon par contre j'aurais bien aimé savoir pour le jeune qui a tiré par accident sur Amber, ça aurait été bien qu'à la fin ils en parlent un peu ? 

L'histoire était bien, (sur le patron de bar) et les affaires personnelles de chacun aussi... J'aimerais bien savoir ce qu'il s'est passé pour Lou quand il était à Chicago !

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