Psych (2006–2014): Season 5, Episode 7 - Ferry Tale - full transcript

Shawn and Gus help a prison guard locate his escaped inmates while on a ferry boat headed to the Channel Islands.

Are you wondering how healthy the food you are eating is? Check it - foodval.com
---
All right, Gus, we
trained long and hard.

Hours of practice
after school,

all those Joe Piscopo-endorsed
protein shakes.

It will all be worth it if we
win that Mongoose BMX bike

at the Police
Department Picnic.

Yeah.

You ready?
Mmm-hmm.

Ready, set, go!

Come on!

We're almost there.
Keep it up!

Inside, outside,
inside, outside!



Yes!
Yes! A new record.

We're definitely going
to win that bike.

What's up?
Oh!

Wait, how do we decide
who gets the bike?

A good question.

We could do
Eeny-meeny-miney-moe.

Don't insult
my intelligence.

We can do
Rock-paper-scissors.

Nah, too easy
to cheat.

Well, we can share it.

Of course not.

Oh, I'll race you for it.

All right.
All right.

Oh!



Really?

Really? Come on.
No, you really.

No, no, no, you really,
because this is...

I'm going home, man.
No, no.

I'm taping your face.
Come here.

Come here!

Come here!
I'm taping your face, little boy.

Come here!

Dude, if you had told me
we were boarding a ferry

to the Channel Islands
to do environmental cleanup,

obviously I would
have said no.

That's exactly
what I told you.

And what did I say?
You said no.

Then why am I here?
Because you're easily distracted.

What? When it comes to
mental focus, I'm sharper...

Ooh! Thanks, man.
I was starved.

You know, when they say these
things really satisfy,

they are not lying.
So packed...

Oh, man.
And done.

Check out those outfits.

Must be
on work detail.

No, I mean
those outfits.

You may be into
the environment, Gus,

but at least you're
not one of those dudes.

Hey, the Guster!

What's happening?

Long time no see, man.
How you doing?

You remember
my brother, don't you?

Oh, of course I do,
yeah. Okay.

Guys, this is
my friend, Shawn.

He'll be volunteering
with us today.

Shawn, this is Dan Carter
and his brother Carl.

Hola, Shawn.
You can call me D.C.

Me, C.C.

No, oh.

Well, that's cute.
In order to reduce carbon emissions,

you guys ask people not
to use your first names?

Shawn. You have to
forgive my friend Shawn.

He's not very
environmentally conscious.

It's okay, Gus, everyone's
entitled to their opinion.

Before you go
black Al Gore on me,

you should know that your sea
sickness patch fell off.

Okay, first of all,
black Al Gore

was your Halloween
costume, not mine.

And secondly, my sea sick
patch is right here.

Here we go.

Let's get you to a bathroom.
Gentlemen.

It's all right, man.

It's okay.
It's all right.

Stairs.

Don't go boneless on me, Gus.
Do not go boneless.

Sick man
coming through!

Move if you don't want
to get sprayed on.

Come on. Move it!

Wait, hold on.

Hey, hold on a second.

I'm sorry, you going
to have to wait.

You don't understand.

My friend has the equilibrium
of a bumble bee.

You got to
let him in there.

No, you don't understand.

The state of California law says
no one can occupy a restroom

with furloughed felons,
which is them,

except for an armed
escort, which is me.

This guy here,

these guys would peel
that head like a grape.

Not on my watch.

The head peel is my fourth
greatest fear, Shawn.

We can wait.
Are you sure?

Mmm-hmm.
We'll wait.

Okay, I'm going to
let little man go ahead.

Yeah, cool.
Come on, son.

What gives?

You didn't see him doing
his little pee-pee dance.

Even they
can see that.

They're felons,
not animals.

What's the matter
with you?

Come on, Gus, I'll take you
to the other bathroom.

That should do it.

One would certainly
hope so.

You heard that,
right?

Yes.

Uh-oh.

Wait a second.

If the prison guard is here,
then where are the convicts?

Gus, this is
a prison break.

In between the lines
there's a lot of obscurity

I'm not inclined
to resign to maturity

If it's all right
then you're all wrong

But why bounce around
to the same damn song?

You'd rather run
when you can't crawl

I know, you know
That I'm not telling the truth

I know, you know
They just don't have any proof

Embrace the deception
Learn how to bend

Your worst inhibitions tend
to psych you out in the end

I know, you know

I know, you know

I know, you know

You're not
so bad now.

All right,
what happened?

I don't know.
Shoot.

One minute I'm checking the
stalls after they finished,

the next thing I know
I got a knot on my head

and I'm waking up
in this closet.

Dude, where is
your gun?

Oh, they probably
turned it in

for some books at
the local community center.

Where do you think
it's at, man?

Listen, we need to
go upstairs

and tell everybody
what happened.

No. No. No.

The last thing we need
is a panic on our hands.

Man, that would put
everybody in danger.

We need to
call the police.

That's the sixth time
you've said that today

and this time I actually
agree with you.

I'm going to call the
bridge and inform the captain.

This is Henry Spencer.

Dad, listen
up and listen carefully.

Gus and I are on a ferry for some
ridiculous environmental cleanup.

Do not editorialize,
Shawn.

Four prisoners on board
on a work furlough.

Now they overtook their
guard with relative ease

and we're pretty sure they're
planning an escape.

What should we do?

All right, all right,
Shawn, listen to me

and I want you to
listen carefully.

You do not
do anything.

Do you understand?

We'll coordinate with the Coast
Guard and intercept the vessel.

In the meantime, I want you to
stay in constant contact with me.

Look, I'll try, but cell coverage
is spotty at best out here.

Then don't move.

I'll call you
with our ETA.

Shawn, the worst thing you
can do in these situations

is take matters
into your own hands.

Got it.

We're going to have to take
matters into our own hands.

Are you sure that's
what your dad said?

Gus, don't be
the one game

at Chuck E. Cheese
that isn't broken.

By the time
the cops arrive

these prisoners will be halfway
from here to the Pacific Ocean.

Halfway from here to the Pacific
Ocean is the Pacific Ocean, Shawn.

What the heck
is that?

Why are we stopping?

I got
to the Captain.

You see, protocol says that
he shuts down the engine,

then he locks off
the bridge,

so the convicts can't get to
him and hijack the ferry.

That means they're
already scrambling.

But whatever they're going to do,
they're going to do it soon.

Hey, man, all these dudes got
at least 20 years or more.

They got nothing
to lose.

They'll do anything
to get off this boat.

Yeah? Well, we're the only
ones who can stop them.

Man, I guess
I had you all wrong.

Hey, look, man, I owe
you all an apology

for the way I treated
y'all back there.

I just assumed y'all was just
a couple of punk ass friends

from grade school that like to get
theyself in different situations

then riff on things at other
people's expense, you know?

No.
No.

Couldn't be further
from the truth.

That's the wrong tune.

I see, now y'all
a couple of Gs.

I could
really use y'all.

Yeah, yeah.

Craig, man.

Gus.
Shawn.

All right, so what's
our play, Craig?

What did you say?

Our play. What...
What's the play, Craig?

Craig, man.

Craig.

Did you see Friday?

Are you kidding me?

"Mama!

"Mama!

"Man, you just
got knocked the..."

Really, Shawn?

We want to be used.
How can we help?

Oh, yeah.

Y'all know where we can
get some supplies?

I believe we do.

Then right after that we spent three
months in the Amazon Rainforest.

Amazon Rainforest.

True that.

Hey, the Guster.

Guster.

We were teaching the
natives how to compost.

In hindsight, I think all
they really wanted was food.

Why would you
say that, Carl?

Well,
they were hungry.

Psst.

What you got?
Here.

Oh, yeah,
this'll work.

Ah.

Binoculars, yes.
Walkies, yes.

Binoculars, walkies,
hemp rope.

Is there by chance
a hemp rifle in there?

Let's not forget the armed
part of armed and dangerous.

Or the John Candy part.

Shawn, what are you
doing right now?

Eating a fruit roll up.

All right, Gus, we're
going to split up,

use the walkies
to communicate.

Shawn, I want y'all
to go up high,

look out for anything,
anything at all

that would give you a clue as
to these convicts' whereabouts,

like passengers acting funny or
scared or blacked out windows.

Anything.

Got it.

Where are you
going to be?

Once y'all radio me
the convicts' location,

I'm going to isolate them
from the civilians.

And that's when
I'm going to make my move.

By yourself?

Oh, I got the Lord
on my side, brother.

I admire your faith.

Oh, yeah.
Let's bounce.

There they are.

Uh, Craig, you there?

You realize you're
using a radio voice?

Not to be confused with
your cell phone voice

or your
white dude voice.

I do not have
a radio voice, Shawn.

Who is this?
Gus.

This don't
sound like you.

You using some kind of radio
voice or something, man?

Listen, we have a
visual on the suspects.

They're sneaking
onto a life boat.

I'm on it. 10-4.

Cool.

Damn it.

Shawn, Gus!

They sealed off all the
doors to the outer deck.

Damn. 0kay.

We'll think
of something.

You ready?

Me?

Hey, if I'm going to die,
you better be right behind me

or I will haunt your kitchen
cabinets until the day you die.

Watch the...

Get the hell
out of here!

Hey!

No!

How was that
possibly a good idea?

Sorry, prison dudes,

we simply could not let
you take that lifeboat.

Now you have no choice
but to stay here

and wait for the
police to take you in.

Actually there is
another choice.

Lassiter.

Tell my dad I kind of took
matters into my own hands.

Okay, Mr. Northcutt, there's
a way this plays out

where no one,
including you

or your fellow inmates,
gets hurt,

but first
and foremost,

we need confirmation that
the hostages are safe.

Oh, they are.

But if you want them
to stay that way,

then you provide us
with a fully fueled boat,

a GPS de-scrambler,

and assure us that no
one's going to follow us.

Call me back when
we've got a deal.

O'Hara, do we have
that intel yet?

Dane Northcutt,
Sanfus Sanders,

Adam George,
Gabriel Appel.

Each has a multi-page
rap sheet.

The crimes range from grand
larceny to armed robbery.

They've been model
prisoners up until now.

This work furlough was a
reward for good behavior.

They're currently armed and
considered very dangerous.

They all orchestrated being on
work detail at the same time.

I'm willing to bet this
was their plan all along.

I don't know
what happened in there,

but I do know
this much,

it was that jackass
Spencer's fault.

Lassiter, not really
helpful right now.

Carlton, I am sure that
whatever Shawn did,

it was because he felt
he had no choice.

Choice 17, you could have
let them get in the boat

and left your phone
in there to track it.

Choice 18,

you could have set your
mark-ass down somewhere

and let me handle it.

Choice 19, we could have gotten
in the boat and got away!

Everyone empty their
pockets into this bag.

Hey man, hey dude!
Dude!

What?

Why don't you let the women
and children and men go?

Why don't
you shut up?

All right.

Come on, give it up.
Come on, give it up.

We got to do something to let
them know they can trust us.

Give him the nod.

Shawn, the nod works
when it's me

giving it to a brother behind
the counter at Jamba Juice,

not an armed convict.

Look, man,

we got to create
an unexpected emergency.

One they ain't going to
be able to handle

that will throw them off and we can
exploit that to break down their unity.

What kind of emergency?

I got an idea.

Does it involve a bear?

I've got a better idea.

Shawn!

Sorry.

Mommy.

Help! Somebody!
Somebody help!

Yo! Man down!
Man down!

Hey, hey, hey, hey...
What's going on here?

Y'all two got to do something
or dude is going to die.

Stay with us, Gus.
Hang in there, buddy.

We losing him.
We losing him, man.

Hey, hey, hostages start
dropping up in here,

cops going to
be all over this piece.

You two pick him up.

What the hell are we
supposed to do with him?

Yeah, man,
we ain't no doctors.

He's just seasick,
you freaking idiots.

Just get him out
of here.

Don't worry, Gus.

Here.
Here's another patch.

Okay, worry a little.

You know what?
I don't like this.

It's taking the cops way
too long to respond.

Yeah, way too long.

What's the ETA
on the snipers?

They're almost
in position.

Yeah, well,
almost isn't good enough.

Boat three in
position, with the snipers.

Have all vessels clear.

That's it.
They're starting to break.

This is my chance to
convince them to let us go.

All right, listen, you got
to come at these guys hard

if you want them
to respect you.

Okay? No silliness, no
random movie references.

This is just
like Collateral.

Except I'm Jamie Foxx
and you're Tom Cruise.

You're Cruise.

You finished?
Oh, yeah, I'm done.

You sure? You sure?
Because if you're not...

I'm done.
I promise.

No, 'cause, see,
you seem to think

I ain't got nothing else
better to do with my time.

We're in this thing
together.

Please, finish what
you were saying.

Only one way for you
to come off hard.

Take the last thing
they said

and then you repeat it
back to them,

you know, like,
an angry question.

That doesn't
make any sense.

That doesn't
make any sense?

Oh, I stand corrected.

Oh, you stand corrected?

Okay, I got it.
You sure?

Yeah, yeah. Because it's subtle.
You want to practice it?

It's not subtle.
I got it.

The two of you need
to shut up right now.

I don't want to shoot you.

Oh, you don't want
to shoot us?

You don't want to
shoot us.

Man, how dare you say you
don't want to shoot us.

All right, all right,
man, just calm down.

Damn.

We told you
to shut up.

Yo, we just saw the cops loading
up two boats with snipers.

Damn it!

You said if we went along with
you, it would all be smooth.

You didn't say anything
about no snipers.

Yeah, man, he's right.
I ain't trying to die.

Look, man,
you ain't the only one

with a dime piece waiting
for him out there.

You think I wanted
this to happen?

Hey, prison dude,

cops aren't
playing around, okay?

I think it's time
you rethink your plan.

I'm sure they'd be
willing to make a deal

if you show them some good
faith, a gesture, you know?

Like that all
the hostages are safe.

That's all they care about
in these situations.

Did you see Dog Day?

You're right.
You are absolutely right.

Choice 21.

You could have
used hypnosis

to convince him
to let us all go.

Gus, I was hoping he would
release the hostages,

not use us
as a human shield.

This is Vick. Yeah.

We're still working on
getting you that boat.

Nice try,
but it's too late.

You call off
your snipers right now.

You'll see they have
no clear shots.

Damn it!
They're all in the way.

Okay, Mr. Northcutt,
let's just remain calm.

There is an easier way out
if you just surrender now.

You listen to me!

If we're not provided
that boat in 10 minutes,

I'm going to start killing your hostages.
You got that?

Chief, we have to
listen to them.

Two of our own
are onboard.

Well, one and a half
at best.

Still not helpful.

Come on, Henry,
you and I both know

we have a strict policy of not
negotiating in situations like this.

Chief.
Make the call.

We're going in.

The boys are going hot.

Let's go!
No!

Go!

Oh, come on, man, please.
Shut up!

I voted for Obama!

Shut up!
Move!

Come on!
Just take Carl.

Go! Go! Go!

We're environmentalists!

Come on!

Guys, put these on!

Where are
the other inmates?

You have to go down!

You have to go through
the door and down!

Four! Four prisoners
on this boat.

I got four prisoners.

All right,
we got them!

No! Lassie, no!
What?

Those two
aren't prisoners!

What the hell are
you talking about?

They're not prisoners!

Who are they?

Um, D.C. and C.C.

All right, listen up,
by the time we caught up

with the stolen
medic boat,

Northcutt and Sanders had
already made their escape.

The hunt is now an
inter-agency top priority,

so we are coordinating everything
with the Sheriff's department

as well as
the Coast Guard.

Your personal assignments have
been sent to your inboxes.

Chief, anything
on Northcutt or Sanders

out of the Department of Corrections
that can help us on this?

I've got something,
Chief.

I'm sensing these men belong
to a prison brotherhood,

a small cadre
if you will.

This indicates there
could be an accomplice

who potentially aided in the escape
of Northcutt and Sanfus Sanders.

Well, at this point I'll take
any lead that I can get.

Okay, Mr. Spencer, let's
try to find other members

if any even exist.

And the rest of you,
let's get to work.

We've got an hour
or two at most

to catch these guys
and then they're gone.

Defense.

What? What? What?

Hey, man,
what are you doing here?

I had to come in to give my
statement to Detective Lassiter.

That explains
the long face.

I know dealing with Lassie
can be very unpleasant.

Like crawling
over broken glass

or any kind of
wiener surgery.

No, that's not really it.
The warden called.

He fired me.

What? Why?

Two dangerous convicts
escaped on my watch.

Oh, come on, I'm sure
a snafu like that

has happened
at the prison before.

First time.

Ooh.
In that case...

Man, I'm really sorry.

I'm not.

There's no excuse for letting
those men get the jump on you

and putting those
civilians at risk.

At the very least, you
should be bleeding to death

from a bullet taken while
trying to stop their escape.

Come on, Lassie,
there's no reason

to kick a man
when he's already down.

That's exactly when
a man should be kicked

because that's the
only way he learns.

The nuns
taught me that.

Wow. Lassie, the more
I learn about you,

the more I'm convinced
you are the Penguin.

Except lankier.

Look, I do my job and put
those animals behind bars.

It was your job
to keep them there.

Yeah, well, your next
job is about to be

that you better get up
out of my face kind.

Gladly.

You reek of failure.

What?

That gay dude is right.
I am a failure.

I messed up
the only job I ever had.

The only thing I know how
to do is be a prison guard.

I got no other skills.

And I'm supposed to be helping my mom
and dad with their medical bills.

Hey, man, look,

often when
one door closes,

another even better door
will open in the future.

Ah, whatever.

Gus and I can
give you some money.

That's not the kind of
door I was talking about.

Fellows, I appreciate it, but
I can't take your charity.

That's not how
I was raised.

I'm not talking
about charity, Craig,

I'm talking about
giving you a job.

The truth is
we need you, man.

You knew more about Northcutt
and Sanders than anybody.

You help us
find these guys

and we will split our
fee for the case.

Still not the door
I was talking about.

You know,
that might be cool.

All right.
Deal. Yeah.

Craig is back.
All right.

Let's get cracking, man,
to the blueberry.

I'll get my coat and meet
you in the parking lot.

Man.
My man.

Yeah, brother.

Man, how's he going
to fit in the car?

I don't know.

Shawn, I'm all about
helping a brother out,

but did you have to
offer him half?

Don't worry.
We'll give him my half.

It won't cost you
a cent.

Oh, so, now I'm
the greedy miser?

No, we'll give him
my half.

And done.

All right, cool.
Thanks, Hector.

All right, so, my man
who's guarding Unit B

said that
Sanders and Northcutt

formed the Tres Diablos five years
ago with Northcutt's cellmate.

His name,
Percy Dunn.

Percy Dunn?
The lightning thief.

No, that's
Percy Jackson, Shawn.

Either way he could have
helped them plot their escape.

Let's question him.

You ain't getting nothing
out of Dunn, man.

He been dead two years.

Hmm.
Dunn.

I feel like I saw that name
in one of the escapee files.

Come on, Gus,
don't say things

just for the sake
of making noise.

No. Here it is right here.

Lorraine Dunn,

2409, Via Esperanza.

She's a volunteer
GED tutor at the prison.

And guess who's been one of her regular
students for the past two years?

Northcutt.

Mmm. Mmm.

To the blue...
Shawn.

Berry.

I met Dane when he shared a
cell with my late son, Percy.

Hmm. Is that you
and Percy there?

Yes. I used to work
at that church.

And Percy would help me clean
the place after school.

We didn't make
much money,

but it was enough to
put food on the table

and keep Percy
out of trouble.

It's no coincidence that when
the church was boarded up,

Percy started running
with the gangs

and we know
how that ended.

Dane really helped me with my
grief after Percy passed away.

The two of you got pretty
close over the years.

Dane means
the world to me.

Excuse me, what is the
name of this drink?

It's my homemade
horchata.

It's surprisingly tasty.

Gracias.

Gus, do you mind?
We're sort of in the middle of something.

Mrs. Dunn,
this is muy importante.

Did Dane try to contact you
after he escaped custody?

No. He hasn't.

You know what?
I think I'll have one more glass

of this delicious horchata
if you don't mind.

Oh! I just cleaned
this table.

Uh, Shawn, let me holler
at you for a second.

This cracker's lying.

I know, but...

Cracker?

It's Prison 101, Shawn.

Convicts' moms lie to protect their sons.
You heard her.

Northcutt is like her
own flesh and blood.

No way he would have left
town without saying goodbye.

So how do you want
to handle it?

I'm a psychic
detective, remember?

Not really.

Mrs. Dunn, I'm afraid
you lied to us.

Now, do we need
to call the police?

Because I happen
to know a detective

who doesn't mind
roughing up older women.

Okay.

He was here.
Dane was here earlier.

What did he say?
Where's he headed?

He didn't tell me.

He just wanted to
make sure I was okay

and to see the room where Percy
grew up, to pay his respects.

That's all. I swear.

Gus.

Wow.

Miss Dunn isn't much
of a house cleaner

for someone so trigger
happy with their Pledge.

Gus, Craig,

I've arrived at the
following two conclusions.

First, this is likely one of the
largest pencils in North America.

Agreed.

And I know what Northcutt
was looking for.

A key.
And he found it.

Chief, I'm sensing the key that
Northcutt found in the vent

is also the key to where he is going.
Pun intended.

It wasn't a pun.
You just used the same word twice.

Noted and ignored.

I just got a tip
from my CI.

Two men matching the
description of our suspects

just hired an immigrant smuggler
to get them out of the country.

It's fairly certain the
vehicle being used in the job

is a locally owned
big rig set

to leave Santa Barbara
in two hours.

What is this embarrassment
to law enforcement doing here?

About to kick your Ichabod-Crane-Iooking
ass, that's what.

Enough, we are running
short of time.

Let's go. Come on.

Lassiter, I need you
to track down ASAP

every coyote that's been
busted in the last six months

and pull the manifest
from every trucking company

and independent contractor
who has a rig

that meets these criteria,
please.

Yes, ma'am.
Yes, ma'am.

You're so lucky
she's standing there.

Mr. Guster, Mr. Spencer,
just go follow the key lead.

You got it.
We on it.

Let's go, baby.

We need to access
Percy Dunn's prison files.

See if there's
anything in there

to tell us what
that key might be for.

Wow.

Craig, I have an idea, why don't
you use my dad's computer?

My security code still works
in the prison database.

Sweet.

Percy Dunn.

All right, it says here
his last stretch

was 20 years
for armed robbery.

Dunn was involved in the
California Federal heist of '99.

I remember reading
about that.

Something about it
was never solved.

I heard there was a
million dollars in cash

that was
never recovered.

Fellows, that's it.
Dunn and Northcutt were cellmates.

Dunn knew he wasn't
going to make it

so he told Northcutt where
he stashed the million

and that is
what the key's for.

But where's
the key to?

Locker.

A storage room.
Safety deposit box.

Hey, guys,
any new leads?

Hey you feel, mama?

Dude, really?

She a dime piece.

Dime piece?

What is that, like an invisible
stop watch or a chocolate coin?

It's a hot woman, a 10.
And thank you.

Oh, yeah.

Wow.

You ain't the only one
with a dime piece

waiting for him
out there.

Dime piece.
Northcutt has a girlfriend.

Look, I'm going to tell
you boys the same thing

that I told the cops, I haven't
seen or heard from Dane in weeks.

Um, Shawn, could I holler
at you for a minute?

She lying.

I know.

I also noticed
you didn't use cracker.

I'm complicated.

Everyone empty their
pockets into this bag.

Come on, give it up.

Patty!

I'm sensing that
while you and Dane

have had your fair share
of problems in the past,

recently he's tried to be a
much better father to Travis.

Okay, yeah, he came
through here earlier.

He was being
all sweet to Travis

and talking about buying us a new
place in a nice new neighborhood.

He was even talking about
going to church tonight.

It's no coincidence that after
the church was boarded up,

Percy started running
with the gangs.

I know
where the money is

and I know
what the key is for.

Thank you.

Imagine lugging around
all that dough.

Do you have any idea how much
a million in cash must weigh?

Seriously, do you?

It's not that much,
Shawn.

It's like a 100,
100 stacks.

It probably weighs
as much as a pumpkin.

Agree to disagree.

Why did you ask?

You asked me...

We've got to
stop those guys.

No, what we need to do
is call Lassie and Juliet

and let them
stop these guys.

There's no time.
I agree with Shawn.

We need to make
our move right now.

Fine.

Everybody find something
you can use as a weapon.

Shawn.

Come on.
Hurry up.

That's what you picked
as a weapon? A candle?

What? Too waxy?

Here. Take this.

This is the Bible.

"As for the deeds of men,
by the words of your lips

"I have kept from the
paths of the violent."

Psalms 17:4.

What?
Now let us go forth

and kick much ass.

Craig 1:1.

Come on!

Better think about that
little boy of yours, Northcutt.

Gus, it worked.
It's a miracle.

No, Shawn, it's not.

I'll take that.

Craig?

I can't believe Craig
turned on us like that.

Really? That's funny, seeing
as how you're the one

that gave him the idea.
Excuse me?

At the police department, you told
him that he should have faith

that good things will
happen in his life, like,

oh, I don't know,
finding a million dollars.

No, Shawn, I meant the kind of
faith you find in the Bible.

You know, like, "faith is the
substance of things hoped for."

You're not going to confuse
me by switching languages.

What? Just so you punks know,

we're going
to kill you.

And then we're going to get our
money back from that hack.

And kill him. Yeah.

You're not
wriggling enough.

I'm wiggling
as much as I can.

Wriggling, Gus.
Wriggling!

What difference does it make?
I'm doing it as much as I can.

Use your teeth
to tear the tape.

I just got them cleaned. Shawn.

We're going to have to come up
with another way out of this.

I know. What's the first thing
that comes to your mind?

I'm about to die.

What's the second thing?
I'm about to die on an empty stomach.

Man, what's the third thing?
I don't know.

What do you want from me,
Shawn, the cabinet?

The cabinet!

We got the
drop on you!

This way.

Let's go!

Let's go!
Let's go!

Whoa, no, Craig!
Hey!

That's a company car!

Craig!

Damn!

Dude, if we
go through those woods,

we can cut him off before he
hits the bottom of the drive.

The question is, do we
still have our good stuff?

Of course we do.
We can do this, Shawn.

Damn right, we can.
We're the best there ever was.

What?
Shared leg first.

Syncopated breathing.

Oh, hell no!
No, no, no!

Shawn! Shawn! Gus!

Come on.

Oh, man, I'm so glad
you two are all right.

I mean, I could never live with
myself if I hurt either one of you.

Okay.

Bye.
What?

Whoa, whoa,
isn't this where

you're supposed to reconsider
what you're doing?

Why would I do that?

Because it's wrong.

You're better
than this, Craig.

I used to be.

Hell, I had
a good career.

I was making around 40K a
year with excellent benefits,

but that's
all gone now.

Hell, in this job climate

I'd be lucky to land a
part-time gig somewhere

as a night watchman
making 15.

Dude, I had no idea it
was so rough out there.

Yeah, it is.
How much did we make last year?

I'm not telling you.
That's fair.

Hey, with this money I can
take care of my parents,

my grandparents,
my aunties, my uncles,

my little cousin, Brucey, and
my aunt Merriam and them.

I can get these
corns removed

and I might even
have a little left over

to fulfill
my lifelong dream,

opening a wine bar
in Bangkok.

Those seem like
worthy goals, Craig.

The question you want
to ask yourself,

does Bangkok need
another wine bar?

Seriously, Shawn?
That's the question you want to ask?

I'm concerned that the Turkish
market is a little oversaturated.

Bangkok is
in Thailand, Shawn.

The more important
question is, Craig,

do you want to throw
away your entire life

of doing right
for this one wrong?

Think about it.

Now give me
the gun, Craig.

No.

Yes! Yes!
Yes!

What?
Dude, I am so proud of you.

I better call Lassie
and Jules.

Gus, you and Craig make
sure those guys stay put.

You got it, partner.
Yeah.

Wait, wait, wait!

Hope you enjoyed
your furlough, fellas.

Because you won't be getting
your next one until forever.

Yeah, um, probably
not a good idea

to taunt
violent criminals, fellas.

You never know,
they might escape,

you know,
get out some day

and believe me,
they hold grudges.

Excuse the sarcasm.
Just kidding. Little joke.

Messing
around with you guys.

Hey, listen,
I'm really sorry.

I lost my head
back there at the church.

We probably can't be friends
after what I've done,

but I hope
you forgive me.

Listen, Craig,
everyone makes mistakes.

That's what
makes us human.

The important thing
is that in the end,

you made
the right choice.

Sounds like the wrap up
to a Scooby-Doo episode.

I know.

I didn't really...

Just to prove to you that
we do not hold grudges,

we are still going to
split our fee with you.

I really appreciate that.

I mean, especially since
I'm the one that owes you.

I know. That's right.

Hey, sounds like things got a
little hairy down at the church.

What exactly happened?

Well, Northcutt
and Sanders there

got the drop on Gus
and I, which is rare.

Mmm-hmm.
But luckily,

Craig was there
to save the day.

It was pretty cut
and dry.

Well, great job, Officer.

And I'll have you know I've
already spoken to the warden

and in light of
your actions today,

I think there's
an excellent chance

that you're going to
get your job back.

Boom.
What? See?

I told you things work out if
you just have a little faith.

And there's
more good news.

There's a $100,000 reward

for returning the stolen money
from the Cal Fed robbery.

What?

So, congratulations again,
Craig.

Oh, it's Craig.

Craig. Okay.

Hercules!
Hercules! Hercules!

Dude, that's awesome!

Oh, wow!
I told you.

Gus, you were
so right.

You see what I'm saying?

This turned out better than
I could have ever imagined.

A hundred Gs.
Okay.

Whoo.

Bye.

Take care, man.

Wait a minute.
Isn't he forgetting something?

The part about
how he owes us.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Craig! No, no, no.

No, no! Craig!
Craig!

Dude, we got a
postcard from Craig.

Oh, I guess
you were wrong

about the Bangkok
wine bar market.

You know, technically half
of that wine bar is ours.

We should go over
there and claim it.

Except we can't
afford the airfare

because you gave away
half our fee.

It was for
a worthy cause.

Speaking of
a worthy cause.

There's another
environmental cleanup

on the island
this afternoon.

Gus, I will tell you exactly the
same thing I told you last time.

No.
Cool. I get it.

Thanks, man,
I'm starving.

It's so easy.

Packed with peanuts!

I know, you know
That I'm not telling the truth

I know, you know
They just don't have any proof

Embrace the deception
Learn how to bend

Your worst inhibitions tend
to psych you out in the end

I know, you know

I know, you know

I know, you know