Second Chance (2016): Season 1, Episode 9 - When You Have to Go There, They Have to Take You In - full transcript

Pritchard and Duval join forces to track down a serial killer, and Alexa and Connor try to procure key technology from Lookinglass. Meanwhile, the bond between Mary and Pritchard has grown stronger, but Otto goes to great lengths to make sure Mary never leaves him, and Gracie suspects there is more to Pritchard than what he has told her.

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How'd you know
about this place, anyway?

Her grandfather took her here.

If I catch you
hanging around Gracie again,

I'm gonna snap your fingers off,
drummer boy.

I know you don't like
helping Pritchard,

but I do.

It makes me happy.

If we go in two directions,
we will pull apart.

What's wrong?
What happened?

Your blood...

It worked.

Her system is clear of cancer.

May I ask what we will do
with Mr. Pritchard?

He'll be leaving.

This is weird, not having
to do this anymore...

Get hooked up.

Just kind of
half getting used to it.

I know you didn't ask
for any of this, but thank you.

For saving my life.

Hey, it wasn't all bad.

Got to live here
and drive that car.

I should thank you for
bringing me back from the dead.

Nobody's ever done that
for me before.

You know, that day
that you brought me back,

you said that Otto
couldn't be without you.

I guess now you can go back
to taking care of him.

I guess I'll find
my own place to live.

Now that you're cured,

there's not really much point
in me being here.


Now that I'm cured, there's not.

Otto says he can move
the tank wherever I go.

It's automated.
Sends you updates or something.

I can have Alexa line up
some places for you to see.

No, I can take care of it.

Of course you can.


You know, I never thought
it would work...

this cure.

Never thought
I'd have to figure out

what to do
with the rest of my life.

I know what you mean.

Connor: Cured.
Not remission, but cured?

Yes. No need
for further treatments.

Now I'll never get
Lookinglass or Otto,

and without Otto,
you can't have George.

You don't need Otto.

I snuck into the lab.
I-i sent you the data.

It wasn't enough.

The information
wasn't enough for my scientist

to reverse-engineer
how he brought Pritchard back.

[ Sighs ]

What do we do?

You mention here
that Mary and Pritchard

have grown close, right?

Oh, they would never admit it,

but I can see it
when they're together.

All right.


You're gonna use Pritchard
to take Otto away from Mary?

No, we're... we're
just going to show Otto

that the man he brought back
to save his sister

is taking her away from him.

Mr. Graff...

Sneaking into a lab
is one thing,

but if Mary were to find out
that we turned Otto against her,

her... her heart
would break.

There's got to be another way.


Alexa, I realize you've
grown very fond of Mary,

but you have to remember
what your purpose was.

Otto brought you back
to save her.

When he saw that you couldn't,
that you were twisted,

that your blood wasn't right
for her, he just threw you away.

You were unformed
when I found you...

Where Otto left you there
to die,

but as soon as you could speak,
you said one word.

You remember?

I said...



George is your purpose now.

He's old.

And he's near the end.

But he doesn't have to be.

If you want George
here with you,

you're gonna have to break
Otto away from Mary.


Alexa, where are we
with the attendees

for the cancer cure meeting?

All Lookinglass department heads
will be here in the office.

Legal, too.

Heads of bio-research from
Stanford, Harvard, and MIT.

Will be on the poly-com,

and reps from the FDA.
Will be on speaker phone.


James won't be living
with us anymore,

but his blood
is the basis for the cure,

so how often will he need
to be at the lab?

We don't need him at the lab.

What do you mean?

Once I stockpile
enough of his blood samples

as the basis for the research,

we'll never
have to see him again.

[ Sighs ]

It's really too bad.

What is?

Oh, that Mr. Pritchard
won't be here with us anymore.

Why is that?

Well, it's silly.

I just...
A little part of me thought

it wasn't just his blood
that was saving your sister.

Of course it was just his blood.

What else could it have been?

Oh, I'm not a scientist.

I just thought, when
they're together, Mary seemed...

I don't know, more alive.

You're right, Alexa.

You're not a scientist.

Oh, I almost forgot.

Connor Graff called.

He said he was free tonight

if you're in the mood
for a game.


I think I am.

Arrange it.

[ Indistinct conversations ]

[ Growling ]

[ Screams ]

[ Glass shatters ]

This is a nice part of town.

Not anymore.

Since when?

2004, 2005.

The whole place went to crap
after I left office.

What a surprise.

I don't know why
you're moving out at all.

I thought you liked it there.

I did, but now Mary's cured,

there's no need
for me to be there anymore.

[ Sighs ]
What about the, uh...

The tank?

Oh, the egghead can move it.

See, this can't be right.
5 grand a month?

This area's all warehouses.

Not anymore.
Lofts... high-end.

Yeah, exposed brick, open plan.

Since when?

A while.

But now that she's cured,

there's no other reason
for you to stay there?

Why she might want you there?


I know what you're getting at,

but, no, I was there
for just one reason.

And I'm glad it worked out.
I am.

But it is time for me to go.

Exposed brick, huh?

Open plan.

Open plan's when you...

Live together
but you're not married, right?

Sometimes I forget
how old you are.

Well, I'm sorry.
I haven't done this in a while.

I lived in the house
that you and Helen grew up in

for 40 years,

and then after I left office,
it was, uh...

Left office?
Thrown out.

Resigned before that happened,

And then after your mom died...

You moved me into my place.

I just... I just... I don't know
how this thing works.

Get a broker.
You might like that.

Most of them wear skirts.

Oh, I-i do like skirts.

Let me ask you something. Mm.

You got this big house,

just you and Gracie
rolling around in it...

[ Sighs ]

I don't think
you'd like it there.


Well, Gracie's
always having friends over.

You know, teen girls,
they get loud.

And there's your drinking and
card playing, coming home late.

Well, just... Gracie would love
to have me there, right?

And there's the tank.

Yeah, the tank.
It's the kicker, isn't it?

Well, I could
leave it where it is.

I could just go back and forth
until I find a place of my own.

Well, if you're going
back and forth,

then you might as well
stay there, right?

You don't want me
to stay with you.

I just think
it would be problematic.

The only problem
is you don't want me there.

In fact, now I come
to think of it, you never did.

Oh, that's not true.

Is that why you tried so hard
to move me after your mom died?

You never asked to stay with me.

I shouldn't have to.
You're my son.

I was grieving and alone.

No, you... you were playing
cards and drinking

and you never asked.

I shouldn't have to.

[ Sighs ]

[ Cellphone rings ]

Agent Pritchard.

Yep. Go ahead.

Four bodies.

I got it.

Wait, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Hey, wait.

Four bodies.
Take me with you.

You really think it's healthy

to cure your loneliness
by working a multiple homicide?

Well, you just jumped
off your stool pretty quick.

I think, you know, if you won't
let your dad stay with you,

the least you could do
is take me on a ride-along.

[ Indistinct conversations ]

- ID?
- [ Clears throat ]

He's with me.

[ Police radio chatter ]

Okay. Okay.

Why don't you come stay with us
until you find a place?


I don't think you mean it.

[ Retching ]

[ Camera shutter clicking ]

[ Siren wailing in distance ]

There's four bodies.
Ripped to shreds.

Neighbors heard
what was going on, called 911.

By the time
the neighbors got in,

whoever did all this...

Out the window.

[ Police radio chatter ]

You were 50 years on the job.

Yeah, about that.

You ever see anything like this?

No, son.

Pretty sure I never did.

Duval: The Moys.
First generation.

Father was a cab driver.

Mom was a cashier
at the local market.

Son and daughter went
to the local high school...

Two years apart.

There was nothing to indicate

that the Moys were into
something that got them killed.

But this...

Was a crime of rage.

The victims were eviscerated
with some kind of jagged tool.

Their skin was pulled
from their bodies.

Most of their bones were broken.

Violence like this
and the fact that

the killer was unafraid
to jump from that window

suggests PCP.

And this?

Maybe some variation
of a Chinese symbol

for house or home.

Gang task force is checking it
out against Asian gang signs.

And your C.I.?

You using him on this?

Yes, ma'am.

He has connections
to the Chinese community.

Emma: I don't recognize that
as part of a gang sign,

and I don't know that family,
but believe me,

if I knew anything about
who did this, I would tell you.

That is not crime.

It's just evil.

Yeah, well, just let me know
if you hear anything.

Okay. Bye.

Everything okay?

Yeah, just something for Duval.

So what do you think, huh?

Exposed brick, open plan.

It's nice, right?

We should talk about money

now that you won't be
living with us anymore.

I've set up a sum
in an account for you

in return
for everything you've done.

Is it a billion dollars?
'Cause that sounds about right.

Not yet, but we've given you
a piece of the cancer project,

and if that goes,
it'll be north of that.

Mary, I was kidding.

Did you say
north of a billion dollars?

That's years away.

I'd like for you to have the Buick.
[ Door opens, closes ]

I can't imagine
anyone else driving it.

[ Footsteps approach ]

Betty: Hi.

I'm sorry I'm late.
I'm Betty, the realtor.

Can I just say, I have never
heard a divorcing couple

be so cordial and
just so sweet to each other?

Oh, we're not divorcing.

Oh, I'm so sorry.

I-I couldn't help
but overhear.

When you said
he could keep the car,

I just assumed that you were.

[ Chuckles ]
We're not divorcing.

Because we're not married.

Well, there's plenty of time
for that,

and this loft is an ideal space

for a young couple
like yourselves.

We're not a couple.

This is just for me.

I didn't know any realtors.
She helped me find one.

So then you're just a...
Just a good friend, then.

Well [Chuckles] well,
we all need more of those.

Why don't you show us
around the loft.

Good idea.

It's open plan, as you can see,

and there's an outdoor space,
as well.

It's good for a dog.

You sound like a man
who'd have a dog.

No. No dog.

Big fish tank.

Oh, no worries.

This industrial space
is rock-solid.

[ Laughs ]

Uh, what kind of fish?

Rescue fish.

Uh, saved from a science lab.

Saved from a science lab.

He's kind of a catch, isn't he?
Come over here.

I'll show you
a great spot for it.

Connor: You're in
a good mood today.


And I know why.

It's Mary, isn't it?

What about her?

Come on, Otto.

We both know
I know your sister pretty well.

I could tell
something's up with her.

And, generally speaking,
I know women,

so I can see it in her.

It's clear as day.

I'm not sure what you mean.

Wait, a-are you worried
about me being jealous?

Otto, y-you know
what your sister and I have

is an understanding.

Yes, it is a non-emotional,
sexually reciprocal arrangement.

So you don't have to worry
about me being jealous

when I find out she's in love.

Why would you say that?

Because I'm happy for her.

Like you are.

And I'm proud of you
for being happy for her.

That's empathy right there.
Good for you.

You're happy
Mary's in love with Pritchard.

With Pritchard?

Yes, I-it's not at all
like what Mary and I have.


Thing she has with Pritchard,
it's, um...

It's a real thing, isn't it?


She's not in love with him.

It's going back the way it was.


I didn't mean to upset you.

But can I ask,

is there a plan
for what happens to you

when Mary
makes her life with him?

I mean, you guys
have talked about it.

You figured something out.

It's going back the way it was.

You haven't spoken about
what'll happen to you, have you?


You know we were going to merge.

Mary trusted me
to take care of Lookinglass,

to take care of you.

If you want any help
figuring this out,

you know I understand you.

I understand what you need.

I think you should leave now.

[ Sighs ]



Arthur: Yes, Otto?

Scrub the last 10 minutes
of my office footage

from the server.

Yes, Otto.
Of course.

Yeah, I just left Otto.

If what you say about
Mary and Pritchard is true,

if he feels abandoned by her,
then Otto will come to me.

And then, Alexa,

then you can have what you want.

[ Click ]

[ Cellphone beeps ]

Was that Connor?


It won't be much longer.

How many times
have you read that?

[ Chuckles ]

Too many to count.

You and your Romans.

My Romans lived
because they died.

They had full lives because they
knew it would be over one day.


That's the natural order
of things, isn't it?

I love you.

Loved our life, but doesn't life
need death at the end

to have any meaning?

Shh! Shh!
No. No, no, no.

Don't say that.

It's not true.

We are so close.

We're so close, my love.

[ Sighs ]

But is it right?

Is this right?

I thought that we would grow old
and die together.

I did.

And then I died...

and woke up like this.

[ Dog barking ]

[ Crack, dog yelps ]

I don't want
to put any pressure on you,

but I did just get an offer
on this space, so...

Uh, I have to go.

Do you need help?

Why won't you let me help you
with what you're working on?

Look, thanks
for helping with the realtor,

but I got to go.

[ Door opens ]

[ Door closes ]

You think he's taking it?

[ Camera shutter clicks,
police radio chatter ]

[ Siren wailing in distance ]

Duval: Two more dead,
same level of violence,

and a dog over by the fence,
torn up like the men.

Did you get anything from Emma?

No. I showed her the sign,

If it was a gang,
she didn't know it.

These two dead
are Chinese-American,

just like the last time.

Is serial killer
targeting an ethic community.

You running down
any Asian hate groups?

Yeah, we've got agents

with hate crime and
serial-killer experience

coming up from L.A.

I need to present
what we have for them

first thing in the morning,
so you call Emma Peng.

You tell her this is her
community that's being targeted.

She's gonna have to dig deeper.

You got it.

[ Cellphone rings, beeps ]

Hey, Gloria.
What do you have for me?

Gloria: Listen, I got through the
blood panel of the first crime scene,

the family of four,

and I isolated blood
that must be from the killer.

You got an I.D.?

No, but it must be the killer's

because it doesn't
match the victims.

You need to step all over this
phone conversation right now.

Working on it.

And if it doesn't
match the victims,

it has to be the killer's right?

Gloria, what are you
trying to say?

Work faster.
Jam it.

Got it.
Jamming it now.

Okay, so the thing is,
the killer's blood is...

[ Static, feedback ]

I didn't get that.
Say it again.


The DNA in the killer's blood..

[ Static, feedback ]

The one from the cocktail glass
I matched to your family.

I thought
you would want to know.

Gloria, I can't hear you.
[ Engine starts ]

Hello? Duval?

[ Ringing ]

This is Gloria.

I can't come to the phone
right now.

Leave me a message.
[ Bee ]

[ Cellphone beeps ]

[ Cellphone beeps ]

This is Betty, the realtor.

Just checking in about the...

[ beep ]

Otto: It's Otto.

I need blood samples from you

as a basis
for the universal cure.

Once I have them, we won't
be needing you anymore, so...

[ beep ]

Mary: It's Mary.

Arthur says you've been
sitting in your parked car.

If you want,
you know you can call.

[ Cellphone rings ]


Emma: It's Emma.

There's something
you'll want to come and see.

On my way.

[ Engine starts ]

Is that him?

He says he was
at the last killing.

He got away,
but he saw the killer.

He's here illegally,
so he won't talk to the cops.

I told him he could trust you.
Was I wrong?

Emma: Li, this is the man
I told you about,

the one
who will pay you a reward.

Tell him what you told me.

Go on, Li.
Tell him.

It's okay.

He killed both my friends
and my dog.

We weren't doing nothing.

Li, I'm sorry
to have to ask you this,

but I need to know
you were really there.

There's a bunch of facts
the FBI Haven't released,

but if you were there,
you would know them.

How did he kill your friends?

With his hands.

He wasn't there.

The damage done to the victims

was done with a weapon
or a tool.

He used his hands.
I saw him.

Did you see his face?

It was too dark
and it was too high up.

High up?
What do you mean?

He was a giant.

Like this.

A-and he
killed my friends.

He tore them apart.


It was a giant and he did it
with his bare hands.

Is there anything else
you remember?

I don't think he had ears.

You been drinking tonight?


For a few days running?

All week.

But I saw what I saw.

Sleep inside tonight, okay?

[ Sighs ] I believe
he believes what he saw,

but drinking all week

will make you see things
that aren't there.



What are you doing here?

And what did I say
would happen to you

if I ever saw you again?

I'm sorry about the other night.

It was stupid.
I was just showing off.

I should thank you
for putting a stop to it

before anyone got hurt.

Please don't break my hands.

He's not gonna break your hands,
are you, uncle Jimmy?

Whatever I.D. they showed you
was fake.

Take that back.

I'm almost 21.

You're not helping yourself.

Gracie, what is going on?

Grandpa always talked
about Peng's,

said it's where
both sides of the law drank,

and I wanted to show garret
something cool about our family.

Can we at least stay for lunch?

[ Sighs ]


We can have lunch,

but it's not safe around here,

so afterwards,
I'm taking you home, okay?

Adair: Agent Pritchard.


Gentlemen, excuse us, please.

We just got word that...

That Gloria Mundy was pronounced
dead at county general.


What happened?

She stepped into the street.

No witnesses.

I was just talking to her.

I know.
You were her last call.

But she had gotten
the crime-scene blood results.

We got cut off before she could
give me her report.

I had them sent here to me.

It's no help.

The killer's blood doesn't match
to anything in the system.

I was just talking to her.

Going to Peng's,
the drummer boy...

You're pushing boundaries.
I get it.

Just don't be stupid, okay?

Every teenager does it.

Well, your dad didn't,
but your aunt Helen, I mean...

[ Chuckles ]

You do that a lot, you know?


Say things as if you're grandpa,

then stop and say, "oh, no."

I mean, that's
what your grandpa told me."

I read an FBI Interrogator
handbook dad had on his shelf.

If you were my suspect
and you did that,

you know what I'd think?

No, what'd you think?

You have something to confess.

You'd make a good cop.

It runs in my blood.

By a previous agreement,

the core blood donor
will remain anonymous,

known only to myself and Otto.

Our plan is to break ground

on a dedicated
26-acre cancer cure facility

by the beginning of the quarter

and to be in human trials
by the end of next year.


FDA Regulations
provide protection

for human subjects
of clinical investigations

conducted pursuant
to requirements

[echoing] For prior submission
to FDA

Or conducted in support of
applications for permission...

Mary: You know, I wasn't sure
if it would work, this cure.

Now that you're cured,

there's not really much point
in me being here.

[ Sighs ]

[ Beep ] Arthur: Mary,
are you feeling ill?

You left that meeting abruptly.

[ Sighs ]
I'm fine, Arthur.

I just didn't want to be there.

But this project must be
very fulfilling for you.

The project will run itself.

All it needs now is money.

Can I help with something else?

Access the FBI Computers.

Show me what Duval and Pritchard
are working on.

Yes, Mary.

Two crime scenes
with this left behind

and no apparent connection
between the victims.

Arthur, use every bit of
computing power Lookinglass has.

Find a connection.

Gracie: I know I sound
like aunt Helen,

but when you came to get me
that night with the gun,

for a second
I thought it was him...


Well, you'd had a few beers.

Yeah, maybe so.

But there's something
that you're not telling me.

[ Cellphone rings ]

[ Grumbles ]

Mary Goodwin?

You know her?

Kind of.

Well, answer it.

I'll call her back.

Call her back?
It's Mary Goodwin.

[ Beep ]


I need to talk to you.

Hi, Mary.

I got my niece, Gracie,
in the car.

Hello, Gracie.

Oh, my god.
Oh, my god.


I need to talk to you
about the case.

We don't have a case.

I have a case,
and I'm doing fine with that.

I found a connection
between the killings.

You won't talk to me about the
case, and I think I know why,

but you'll want to hear this.

Come here, and I'll tell you.

[ Beep ]

How does your car do that?
Why do you know Mary Goodwin?

And how come she talks to you
like that?

[ Sighs ]

All right.
You found a connection.

What is it?

It's not the victims
that have something in common,

it's the crime scenes.

The same person lived at them.

Albert Lin lived at the first
crime scene from 2008 to 2012.

He lived at the second
from 1978 to 1985,

and then it was condemned
and torn down.

The only thing
these places have in common

is that Albert Lin
called them home.

And this is how
you would draw home.


Why'd you cut me out?

Cut you out of what?

You're working this case
and you won't ask for help.

It's like you're punishing me
for being cured.

I thought we were good out there
together, and you did, too.

The two of us.

I did.

And then you suddenly shut off?

You barely speak to me.

You're cured, Mary.

You're going back to how things
were... you and Otto.

If I'm done here, I'm done here.

[ Sighs ]

[ Speaking twin-speak ]

What does that mean?

It means
"I don't want you to go."

How do you say,
"I don't want to go?"

[ Speaking twin-speak ]

[ Repeating twin-speak ]

Where's Albert Lin now?

He went missing three years ago.

Now he's just trying
to come home.

James: Albert Lin
lived at those two places.

The only other place he lived
in Seattle was 8383 Bledsoe.

You have to get agents there.
It's where he grew up.

8383 Bledsoe.
They just called it in.

Married couple,
same M.O.

Bodies broken, ripped apart.

Look, it seems significant
he lived at those places,

but I just pulled up
his missing-persons report.

You are aware that Albert Lin
was born in 1937.

That would make him
79 years old.

Maybe he's working with someone.

Look, I talked to a witness,
said he saw the killer,

said it was a big guy,
did it with his bare hands.

You talked to a witness
and you didn't tell me?

I thought he was just a drunk.
Now I'm not so sure.

If somebody's going through
all the places that Albert lived

one by one,

and his earliest address
is 8383 Bledsoe...

Where is he going now?

I've got to take this
to the brass.

Sit tight.

Are we going to sit tight?

[ Indistinct conversations ]

You're Mary Goodwin.

How do you know Mary Goodwin?

Why does everyone find it weird
that I know her?

Because wired magazine called
her "America's e-princess,"

and based on the way
you drink and play cards,

I'd call you
a bucket-head.

Okay, everybody.
Listen up.

I want to thank Emma
for tracking you all down.

You're here because
you knew Albert Lin

at some phase in his life.

You know that he went missing
three years ago.

We think he might be
in some kind of trouble.

Now you're all
gonna get a phone.

I want you to press record
and say anything you know

about Albert Lin.

Anything you can remember
at all.

We're looking for any place
he might've called home,

even if he didn't
officially live there.

[ All speaking Chinese ]

[ Chinese continues ]

This isn't the work
of a 79-year-old man,

but seems connected
to Albert Lin.

Find out how.

Drill down into his life.

Find everything you can on him.

Yes, ma'am.

And any leads
on Gloria's hit-and-run?


But she was one of us.

We will find them.

This first, then that.

Yeah, this first, then that.

Something you said on this
might help us find Albert Lin...

Magic land?

[ Speaking Chinese ]

We used to go there as kids.

It was a lot smaller then.

[ Speaking Chinese ]

In the summer, we went every day

when we could
scrape enough money together.

We called it
our home away from home.

Home away from home.


Not that I don't think
you're good at your job, but...

I was hoping
they'd send other agents.

They're mounting up.

I knew you wouldn't wait
for backup.

You want to wait?

No. I don't.

He's going back in time,
killing after killing,

so if he's gonna be here at all,
it'll be soon.

I ever bring you here as a kid?


Punched a clown.

I pun...
[ Chuckles ]

Did he deserve it?

He was a clown.

Oldest part of the park
is this way.

Some of it would've still
been around when he was a kid.

All right, let's say
Albert Lin is involved.

Why unleash
that level of violence

on places you used to live?

That's easy.
He wants to go home.

When he gets there,
it's not his home anymore.

That could make anybody angry.

You know, you can come
live with me if you want.

[ Metallic clang ]

[ Rustling ]

[ Creaking ]

How long before
the FBI get to the park?

They're in motion now.

We should be able to get in
and out before they get there.

[ Helicopter blades whirring ]

[ Creak ]

[ Creaking ]

[ Gunshot in distance ]

[ Grunting ]

[ Grunts ]


I'm okay.
I think he busted my knee.

He's gone.

I'll double back.

Yeah. Be careful.

[ Grunts ]

Where the hell
did you come from?

Where's Albert Lin?

Where's Albert Lin?

Albert Lin!

I don't think so, pal.

He's a little bit older
than you are.

[ Groans ]

[ Yells ]

[ Grunts ]

[ Growls ]

Albert Lin.

Are you Albert Lin?

[ Helicopter blades whirring ]

[ Growls ]

Are you Albert Lin?

Are you trying to get home?

[ Popping ]

[ Growls ]

[ Coughs ]


Since when
do you guys use tranq darts?

Those weren't my guys.

[ Siren wailing in distance ]
[ Sighs ]

You okay?

Yeah. You?

He just beat the crap out of me.

No man can beat the crap
out of me, Duval.

He was stronger than me...
A lot stronger, and, uh...

And what?

And he was Albert Lin.


Albert Lin is an old man.

Yeah, I know that.

So am I.

Duval: One of our agents
was killed.

She was run down.
It was a hit-and-run.

She was on the phone with me
when it happened.

She wanted to tell me

something about
the blood at the crime scene,

something about
the killer's blood.

Before that woman got run down,

it sounded like
my phone was being jammed.

She might've still been talking.

If she was... Then Lookinglass
might be able to help.

I got it.

Find out what she was saying.
I got it.


How many crime scenes?
How many victims?

Mr. Graff.

How many crime scenes?
How many victims?

Four crime scenes,
including where we found him.

Nine dead.

He did eight.
We had, uh...

A fed to clean up.

All right.
Well, clean the rest of this up.

None of this comes back
to me or this company,

then you come tell me how
he got out in the first place.

Yes, sir.

Arthur: I have located the call
made to Duval Pritchard.

It was jammed
on agent Duval's end,

but Gloria Mundy's
side of the call

is still on the
phone company's meta-server.

Would you like me to play it?

Gloria: Transgenic.

The DNA in the killer's blood

was artificially engineered,

just like the D.N.A. sample
you brought me a while back...

The one from the cocktail glass
I matched to your family.

[ Chime plays ]

I'm not the only one
brought back.

Who are they?

I don't know about any others.

Mary, who are they?

You're the only one
I know about.

I swear it.

What about Otto?

We should ask him.

Where is he?

Arthur, where's Otto?

Mary: You're working this case
but you won't ask for help.

It's like you're punishing me
for being cured.

Where did you get this?

I was transcribing video notes
from Mary's meeting

and I saw it.

I thought you should know.

I never did trust
that Pritchard.

You're cured, Mary.

Was it wrong for me to show you?
You and Otto.

If I'm done here, I'm done here.


You can go.

[ Speaking twin-speak ]

What does that mean?

It means
"I don't want you to go."

How do you say,
"I don't want to go?"

[ Speaking twin-speak ]

[ Repeating twin-speak ]

[ Screaming ]

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(trigger cocks, gunshot)

Will train 16 civilians...

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Just like they were military.

Let's go!
Get down here now!

- John Cena hosts a team competition...
- all: Booyah!

Where you're only as strong
as your weakest link.

We would have been better off
without you there.

- You give up...
- I'm-a stop this now.

You will be pushed!

- You go home.
- Woman: No, no, no!

American grit. April 14 on fox.

We all got it comin' to us
sooner or later.

Why don't you tell me about these
chains... how we're gonna break 'em.

Next time I see you,
I will kill you.

* (Hip-hop)

Truth is, we are at war.

Drop 'em!

Help me, god!

This whole thing will bring
out the worst in you.

I want revenge.

We did what we had to do.
No doubt.