Eyewitness (2016–…): Season 1, Episode 10 - Episode #1.10 - full transcript

- Trust me, you can't
ever outrun who you are.

- Previously on "Eyewitness"...

- After Buffalo,
I just wanted to end it all,

and then I met you.

- Well, this is my dream
for you, to live a normal life.

They care about you.

- Bella purchased
a bottle of this stuff

using Larry's credit card.

- I think we're looking
for a pedophile.

Okay, we've got
three dead Vescovis.

Two kids die
in a staged overdose.

We've got Bella's hair
in the trunk.

She's found dead.
The suicide was staged.

Her rape exam tests
for Mithat's semen.

Sita kills Mithat.

- I want you to be
the one to raise Jake.

- And then kills herself.
- Case closed.

Until Lukas comes forward.

- I was there, in the cabin.

- The man you saw
is still alive.

- The FBI is gonna
stay close to Lukas.

There is no way that guy's
gonna get anywhere near him.

- This cycle that
we're caught up in,

you do one thing to try
and prevent something,

then you do another thing
to try and cover a mistake,

and I'm just tired
of living that way,

and I can't turn this off.

- He saw me kiss you.

It's really not that big
of a deal.

- It is a big deal.

It's a really big deal.
My dad won't get it.

- The shooter's been spotted.

- Phil, he was in
the cabin with Lukas.

- Helen, where are they?

- Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Hey, what's going on?

- Lock this place down.
- What, did something happen?

- It's Ryan. Don't let him
leave this building.

- Ryan?

We're locking down
all exits and entrances now.

Lock 'em down.

- Gabe, where are the boys?
- Ryan and I came in here.

- The boys were gone.
- Ryan?

- Yeah.
- Where did he go?

- I don't know.
- What's going on?

- I'll tell you everything,
but first alert the staff

that the boys are missing.

- Yeah.
- Hey, where did you go?

- Uh, the kids were gone.
- Yeah.

- I'm headed back to work.

Make some calls,
see if I can help you.

Right now I want to do
everything I can.

- Where can I find you?
- I got to take this call.

- No, no, no.
- Shit.

- They're not anywhere
on this floor.

I got people looking
for them everywhere.

Well, where's Ryan?
Maybe he can help.

- Ryan's the one.
- The one what?

What are you talking about?

- Ryan is the guy
I've been looking for.

Ryan is the guy in the cabin.

- You sure?
- Yes.

We need to find the boys
before he does.

- I thought you were linked
with Philip's GPS.

- I was, but you told me
to be more trusting,

and now his phone is off.

- Agent Kane?
- Yes.

So whatever you had with him,
it's over now, okay?

You're with me?

- Yeah.
- I need you

to go check
the security monitors.

- All right.
- Go.

- Lukas, come on.
- We got to keep moving.

- Ah.
- Be careful, be careful.

- Are you okay?
- Yeah.

- Are you bleeding?
- Um...

No, I'm good.

- Thanks.

- Where the hell are we, dude?
- You getting cell service?

- I don't know.
- I turned my phone off

back at the hospital
so we couldn't get tracked.

- What do you mean?

- When I... when I saw that guy

walk into the hospital,

I think he was wearing a badge.

- He's a cop?

What do we do?

- We got to get
somewhere safe with a phone.

I'll call Helen, I guess,
but we got to keep moving, okay?

Just take it slow.

- Jesus.
- What?

- Hey, you better get back here
ASAP: The chief's heading over.

- Why?
- I don't know.

He wants you to personally
brief him on the bust.

- Well, we still got
a couple hours.

Tell him I'll be there.
And Burlingame,

as of now,
task force is "ghost."

- Roger that.

- Where are we going?
- California?

- Yeah, right.

You should probably
take it easy.

- I'll be okay.

You even sure it was him,

- Yeah, yeah,
I got a really good look at him.

It was definitely him.

- If he knows we're alive,

he's not ever gonna stop
until he finds us.

- Do you got any money?

- Hi, Anne.

I'm agent Kane with the FBI.

- I haven't done anything.

- No, no.
- I'm here about your son.

- Is he okay?

- Yeah, yeah, for now.

- Yeah, he's a good kid.

- Your son witnessed a murder
in a cabin in Tivoli.

You know anything about that?

- No.

- He's in danger, Anne,
and I need to find him.

- Well, I haven't spoken
to him in weeks.

- Didn't he just visit?

- I don't know.
- I-I've been so out of it.

- Yeah.

You know, your son and I,

it seems we have
something in common.

For my mom it was booze.

- Did you take good care of her?

- Yeah.

God, I loved her.

I didn't care if she drank.

Do you know she used
to let me ditch school

so I could take her
to the liquor store?

Well, I'm getting better...
for Philip.

- Good, that's good.


Why don't you call Philip?

Have him meet us here, huh?

That way you can show him
how good you're doing.

- Well, I don't
have phone privileges.

- Yeah, but you have
a phone right there.

- Look, if you need
to call Philip,

you should call
his foster mother.

She's a sheriff.

- Well, that's the problem.

I can't.

- Why?

- Because, Anne,
I didn't mean to be, but...

I'm the one your son
saw in the cabin.

- I'm not gonna scream.

- I know.

It's okay.

Shh, it's okay.

- Wait, right there.

- Why didn't they tell us
they were leaving?

- Maybe they saw Ryan walk in.

Tony, zoom in on those plates

and put out an APB on the truck.

- Guys, they've already been
gone over half an hour.

They could be anywhere by now.

- So let's try Anne's rehab.

She's usually the first place
Philip goes.

- Shit.
- What?

- I just told
Ryan the same thing.

- Partial plates on the truck
was enough

to get an Amber Alert out
for the boys.

- So I'll meet you outside.
- Great.

- Don't go after Ryan
by yourself.

Go to the FBI.

- If I make that kind
of an accusation

against one of their top agents,

they'll grill me for hours.
There is not enough time.

- Helen, please.
- Babe.

It's gonna be all right.

- Okay.

- I loved the way
you looked at me...

the day we met.

You didn't see
any of the damage.

- I just see you.

- I love you.
- I love you too, babes.

- The eagle lives out its life

in the same mating pair.

It returns to
the same nesting area...

- I should probably call Helen.

She'll want to know where we are
so she can keep us safe.

- Like in the hospital?

I don't see why we have
to do that.

We're already safe.
No one's looking for us here.

I'm really tired, man.

- Yeah, okay.

- I'm also tired of watching

this frigging bald eagle
fly around.

Dude, this thing
won't change channels.

What does P-mode mean?

- The batteries are dead.

- Yeah, now it's broken
for sure.

What will we do now?

- You want some?
- No.

- Yeah, you want some.
- Here, just try.

Sugary deliciousness.

- Wow.
- Come on.

- You make it look
so appetizing like that.

- Don't I just.



- I used to eat sugar packets
when I was a kid.

My mom, she started
this secret game

for just the two of us
when we were at restaurants,

and whenever my dad
wasn't looking,

we would just sneak
as many sugar packets

as we could and just stuff them
into our pockets.

And then after we got home,
you know,

while my dad watched the TV
that frigging worked,

my mom and I would go upstairs,
and lay on her bed,

and pull out all our packets
to see who got the most.

She'd usually win.

- I thought you said you
couldn't remember anything

about your mom.

- I really didn't think I could.

- Sorry, sorry.
- It's okay.

- Okay, keep going.
- Just take it slow.

- Okay.
- I'm trying to. Okay.

- Ow.
- Hey, are you okay?

- Yeah, I just... I can't really
put weight on that side.

- It's okay, it's okay.
- Lay on your back.

- Okay.
- Okay.

- You okay?
- Yeah.


- Hey, do you want to?

- Yeah, yeah.

- Are you sure?

- Yes.

- Oh, God.

What happened?

- Heroin overdose.

- I thought she was
getting better.

- She was.
- Plus, opiates weren't her thing.

Ryan got here before we did.

Oh, Philip.

- I wish we could just
hang here forever.

- Yeah, me too.

- But we can't, can we?

- Sheriff Torrance.
- Hey, Helen, it's me.

- Philip, oh, my God.
- Where are you? Are you safe?

- Yeah, yeah, I'm at the
Fallen Pines Motel with Lukas.

- The Fallen Pines Motel.
- Okay, don't move.

- Yeah, but, Helen, it was him,
the guy from the cabin.

He was at the hospital, and
I think he was wearing a badge.

- I know, I know.
- We're going after him.

It's almost over.

Just stay where you are
and we'll come get you, okay?

- Okay.

- I know Fallen Pines.
- Shit motel off Route 13.

- Okay, get over there
with Poughkeepsie PD.

- Where you going?

- I'm going to find
and arrest this son of a bitch.

- What about Philip?

You want me to tell him
about his mom?

- No, I'll do it.

- Okay.

- So how is this gonna work?

- What?

- Us.

- Oh, yeah.

- Oh, yeah.

- You gonna tell people?

- Well, are you?

Well, we'll do whatever
you want.

- Thanks.

- Hm.

Did you turn my phone on?

- Um... yeah, I turned it on
'cause you said

they were on their way,
so I figured that...

- No, no, no, no, turn it off,
turn it off.

- Hold on, there's a bunch
of texts from your mom.

- Wait, what?

- What's wrong?

- My mom left rehab
and she needs me.

I-I got to go see her.

- Wait, you're not gonna wait
for them to come pick us up?

- Hey, you've reached Anne.
- Leave a message.

- Helen would never let me go
and visit her at home,

so I got to go now
before she gets here.

Just don't tell them
where I'm at, okay?

- Right, like I'm not
going with you.

- Philip, Lukas.

They may be close.
Check the perimeter.

- All right, copy that.

- I just got a call from Tony.

- What'd he say?
- Are they okay?

- The boys were already gone.

- Goddamn it.
- You think he's got 'em?

- I'm will find them, Gabe.
- Yeah, I know you will.

- I've got an idea.
- I'll call you back.

- What are you doing here?

I've been looking
all over for you.

- I gotta go to the hospital
to see my son.

- Bo, he's not there.

- He's gay.
- My son.

- Yeah.
- Lukas.

- I know.

- You think you know my son

better than I do.

You think I'm a bad dad

'cause my son
doesn't tell me stuff, huh?

Oh, but you got it
all perfect, right?

You got it right.

Gabe Caldwell knows everything.

I don't know anything anymore.

- You know what
the first thing that...

That I thought
when we lost Sally?

- What's that?

- I wished that she was
still alive

so that she...

could tell Lukas
that she was dead.

- Hey, it's Sita.

I don't really check this,
but leave a message

if it makes you feel better.

Hey, Sis, it's me.

Me and Jake are all packed up.
I think we're gonna...

- This mailbox is full
and cannot accept

any messages at this time.

- Where's the task force?

- I had to turn
in my badge for good.

They're blaming me for Lukas.

- Ryan set you up. He's the guy
we've been looking for.

- Ryan? Are you crazy?
- Just tell me where his is.

- I don't know.
- He's on the bust.

- It's classif...
- Listen, you're the leak.

- He used you to get to Lukas.
- No.

- He has killed Philip's mother,
and now we cannot find the boys.

He's after my kid.
How close were you and Ryan?

Close enough he could
get into your phone?

Where's the bust?

- I don't know.
- Okay, I'm gonna find out

and then I'm gonna
drive you over there.

- No, just point me in the right
direction, and I will do this.

You take Jake and go.
Just get out.

What if I can't do this?

I was packing up
my apartment today,

and I realized
that all my plants are dead.

How am I gonna be able
to take care of Jake?

I'm scared, Helen.

- Me too.

- So this is where you grew up?

- Yeah.

Hey, it's already open.


- The bust is happening
at Pier 3.

- What, right now?

- You're my backup on this.

You sure you're ready?

- Yeah, yeah, no,
I've... I've been ready.

You know,

- I've been kind of thinking...
- What?

- Well, I never really told you

the whole story,

you know, about the whole...
The whole bear thing.

- Why don't you
tell me tomorrow?

- Okay.

Let's do this.

- What's the status?
- Everything's on schedule

- and ready to rock.
- Good.

- Oh, and the chief's here.
- He wants to talk to you.

- All right.
- Sir.

- Looks like you guys
are all set.

- Looks like it.
- The Turks are bringing

their entire inventory
this shipment.

- And the Vescovis,
where do they come in?

- They're here to meet the
plane, break the heroin down,

and stash it in their bikes
for distribution.

- That all the members
you expect?

Have you tied up
all the loose ends?

Agent Kane?

- Everything okay?
- Yeah, sorry.

Things have just been
a little tough since I got back.

- All right.

I hear Steven Spielberg
still throws up on the first day

of every movie he shoots.

- No shit?

All right, here we go.
Everybody mount up. We're close.

- What the hell
is the sheriff doing here?

- I'll take care of this.

It's not a good time, Helen.

- Philip's missing.
- The eyewitness.

My son.

Whatever it takes,
I want him back alive.

- Okay, I'll help you find him
after the bust.

- I know it was you
in that trunk.

I know about Bella.
I know who you are.

I'm going to arrest you
right now,

but I need you to do
the right thing first.

Where are the boys?

- Boss, the plane's
about to dock.

We're just waiting
for your orders.

- Where are they?

Where are they?

- Sheriff Torrance
is not authorized to be here,

and she'll jeopardize
this operation.

- Get her out of here.
- Ryan, stop! Ryan, don't!

- Get her out
of here, Burlingame!

- You heard him.
- You heard what he said.

- Stop! Ryan!
- Go, go!

Go, go, go!

- Help.

- Are you crazy?
- Drop the weapon.

- No, you drop the weapon.

Put it down!
Drop it now!

- Helen!

- Tony, I'm northbound on
Highway 15.

- Copy that, Helen, I'm about
a half a mile behind you.

- Shit.

- Oh, no.

- I got your back.

- Shit!
- Oh, God.

- Lukas, Lukas.
- All right, get him up on three.

- Okay.
- Ready, one, two, three.

- Careful.

- I need an ambulance.

End of the forest road
off of 31B exit.

- 10-4.
- They're on the way.

- He has Philip.

- Hey, hey, don't you dare think

about going
in there by yourself, okay?

- You wait for backup.
- He's got Philip.

- I'll go with you.
- No, stay with him.

- Helen.
- Keep pressure on that wound.

- Wait, Helen, don't...

- Philip!

- Helen!

- Go.


I couldn't do it, Helen.

Not your boy.

- I know.

I wanted to kill myself
when I left Buffalo...

because of a case.

I was tracking a suspect
who kidnapped a baby,

and I almost got her out,

and he came back.

I hid in the closet,
and I held the baby,

and she started crying,

and so I put my hand
over her mouth

to quiet her,

and I was so relieved
when I thought we were safe.

And then I looked down
and I saw she wa...

She wasn't moving.

I killed her.

I killed her.

And I live with that every day,

and I fight like hell
to control it

and not to let it destroy me.

Why couldn't you?

- I'm sorry, Helen.

- So am I.

- Meh.

- Oh, God.

- Lukas!

- Tony.
- Tony, where the hell are they?

- Right down there.

- I love you so much, Lukas.

- Ah.

I used to take pictures
like that with my folks.

- Department store Christmas.

You look so happy.

- Yeah, my mom used to take me
to get McDonald's afterwards.

- Yeah.

You, uh... you want us
to bring your stuff out

to storage at the barn?

- No, I'm gonna keep it
in my room.

- We could keep it downstairs

until we build the darkroom
in your closet.

- You guys don't have to
do that for me.

- We want to.
- Okay, downstairs it is.

- Hey, you, uh...

you want me to bring that in?

- Nope, I'm gonna bring
that down to the station.

What do you want for lunch?

- Depends on who's cooking.
- Ha-ha.

Philip, a little support please.

- Oh, I'm sorry,
Lukas is coming to pick me up.

- Let me get you some cash.

- Thanks.

- Okay, babe.
- You got the keys?

- No, I gave them to Tony
to make a set for Philip.

- Where are your keys?
- Lost them.

- Where are yours?
- You drove.

So what are we gonna do now?

- I'm gonna drop this box
and text Tony.

You coming home for dinner?

- I'm not sure yet.
- I'll text you guys.

- Oh, okay.


- Well, he's going out, finally.
- That's good.

- Yeah.

- So why are we walking?

- We're not.
- We're about to run.

- Why?

- My starter's out.
- Can you believe that?

- What?

- All right, one, two, three,

I need you to get on the back
and push, all right?

- No. No, no, no,.
- One, two, three. Yeah.

- Does this even work?
- Come on.

- Okay, okay, okay,
it's not gonna work.

- Oh, man, damn it.

You know, I was gonna tell you

I had a dream
about you last night.

- Mm.
- But maybe it was déjà Vu,

'cause you were running down
this road with my bike,

and then we went to
this crazy party in Red Hook,

and I kissed you
in front of everyone.

- Oh, all that happened
in your déjà Vu?

- Yeah, it did.

- No, Lukas, déjà Vu
is about something

that already happened,
not about the future.

Oh, my God, you're an idiot.

- Mm-mmm.
- Yes, you just completely

made that up, right?

- Maybe,
but it got you laughing.

Yeah, it did.

- So do you want to go
to this party in Red Hook?

- Yeah, sure.

- All right,
get behind and push then.

- Wait, really?
- We actually have to do that?

- All the way to Red Hook, baby.

- You were serious about this?

- Hey, as my dad would say,
"This is how men are made."

Keep it going.

You want to call Helen?
Maybe she can give us a ride.

- That was beautiful.
- Did you write it?

- I wish.
- It's a George Jones song.

He sang it for the love
of his life, Tammy Wynette.

- Did they live
happily ever after?

- No.

- Was there some sort
of tragic plane crash?

- Not quite.

He left her for a more
well-adjusted woman,

someone he could stay
sober around,

but he loved her forever,

and I'll love you forever, babe.

I love you unconditionally.


Until the end.