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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:53,332 --> 00:00:54,542 Come on! 2 00:00:56,500 --> 00:00:57,776 Let's go. 3 00:01:30,004 --> 00:01:33,168 All right! God, that was wonderful! 4 00:01:39,476 --> 00:01:42,608 Hey, Josh! Hey, Josh! Hey! 5 00:01:43,572 --> 00:01:45,133 Wasn't he great? 6 00:01:47,604 --> 00:01:49,841 Let's go Red Sox, let's go! 7 00:01:50,613 --> 00:01:52,435 Let's go Red Sox, let's go! 8 00:01:53,556 --> 00:02:01,587 Let's go Red Sox, let's go! 9 00:02:04,757 --> 00:02:06,164 Come on. Let's go! 10 00:02:06,228 --> 00:02:07,504 Let's go! 11 00:02:12,500 --> 00:02:15,664 Come on, Mom, it's almost over. 12 00:02:15,732 --> 00:02:17,390 She wants to talk to you. 13 00:02:17,460 --> 00:02:20,427 Ruth, the game's just going a little long. 14 00:02:22,964 --> 00:02:24,273 No, we're gonna... We're gonna... 15 00:02:24,340 --> 00:02:25,802 You look good. 16 00:02:29,813 --> 00:02:33,741 We're going to be heading out of here as soon as the game's over. 17 00:02:35,316 --> 00:02:36,778 Ruth, I'll get him home. 18 00:02:43,284 --> 00:02:47,059 Okay, a super-heroic run and a super-heroic throw! 19 00:02:49,525 --> 00:02:52,972 Oh! Super-heroic! Oh, yeah! 20 00:02:54,900 --> 00:02:57,453 Go! What are you doing! 21 00:02:58,708 --> 00:03:00,683 Hey, Dad, can I change the station? Yeah. 22 00:03:00,756 --> 00:03:04,400 Tickets for Wednesday, September 16's game can be purchased... 23 00:03:06,132 --> 00:03:08,074 Man, your mom is gonna kill me. 24 00:03:08,148 --> 00:03:11,443 Hey, Mommy! Mommy! Look what Josh got me! 25 00:03:11,508 --> 00:03:13,296 What is it? Fireflies. 26 00:03:13,364 --> 00:03:15,055 Okay, sure. It was nice to meet you. Bye. 27 00:03:15,124 --> 00:03:16,073 Bye. 28 00:03:16,149 --> 00:03:18,188 You were excellent! Thanks, Mom. 29 00:03:18,772 --> 00:03:19,918 Beautiful. 30 00:03:19,989 --> 00:03:21,199 Dad? Beautiful. What? 31 00:03:21,268 --> 00:03:22,729 Look, I got fireflies. 32 00:03:22,804 --> 00:03:24,048 Did you get nervous? Oh, look at that. 33 00:03:24,116 --> 00:03:25,458 A little bit. Did you? 34 00:03:40,628 --> 00:03:46,127 I may not have your musical talent, but I try, here and there. 35 00:03:46,196 --> 00:03:48,051 In the shower, I do all right, don't I? 36 00:03:48,116 --> 00:03:51,247 No. That's a very bad mental image. 37 00:03:53,940 --> 00:03:55,053 Can I keep them at home? 38 00:03:55,124 --> 00:03:56,236 What's that? 39 00:03:56,340 --> 00:03:57,452 The fireflies? 40 00:03:57,524 --> 00:03:59,859 I don't think so, sweetie. They might die. 41 00:03:59,924 --> 00:04:00,971 Will they die in the jar? 42 00:04:01,044 --> 00:04:03,313 No, sweetheart. We just can't keep them too long. 43 00:04:03,380 --> 00:04:05,136 We'll let them go when we get home, all right? 44 00:04:05,204 --> 00:04:07,059 We'll let them go. 45 00:04:08,820 --> 00:04:09,900 Here. 46 00:04:17,940 --> 00:04:19,533 Mommy? Yeah? 47 00:04:19,604 --> 00:04:21,099 I need to pee. 48 00:04:21,556 --> 00:04:24,207 Emma, why didn't you go when we stopped for pizza? 49 00:04:24,276 --> 00:04:25,291 I didn't have to go then. 50 00:04:25,364 --> 00:04:27,633 That's all right. I got to get some wiper fluid anyways. 51 00:04:27,700 --> 00:04:29,488 Okay, honey, we'll stop. 52 00:04:40,180 --> 00:04:41,162 Quick! 53 00:04:41,236 --> 00:04:42,578 Emma, wait. 54 00:04:58,548 --> 00:05:00,370 You sell wiper fluid? 55 00:05:00,436 --> 00:05:02,346 Yeah, check the shelf. 56 00:05:13,396 --> 00:05:14,672 Shit. 57 00:05:22,900 --> 00:05:25,169 No! No! Oh, shit! 58 00:05:26,324 --> 00:05:27,436 Josh! 59 00:05:29,812 --> 00:05:30,827 Oh, God! 60 00:05:30,900 --> 00:05:32,242 Hey! Lou! 61 00:05:33,524 --> 00:05:35,629 Josh! Josh! 62 00:05:35,700 --> 00:05:36,944 Oh, Dad! 63 00:05:37,012 --> 00:05:38,387 Oh, God! Oh! 64 00:05:40,276 --> 00:05:41,486 Oh, baby! 65 00:05:42,772 --> 00:05:46,068 Wait! Stop! Wait! Wait! 66 00:05:47,124 --> 00:05:48,237 We're okay. My eye! 67 00:05:48,308 --> 00:05:49,355 It's okay, baby. 68 00:05:49,428 --> 00:05:50,638 Shh. Shh. What happened? 69 00:05:50,708 --> 00:05:51,821 Nothing, we hit a log. 70 00:05:52,948 --> 00:05:55,053 You're gonna be all right. Please don't cry. 71 00:05:55,700 --> 00:05:57,773 Come on! Come on, baby, breathe! 72 00:05:57,844 --> 00:05:58,792 Breathe. Come on. 73 00:05:58,868 --> 00:06:00,275 Where's Josh? 74 00:06:01,044 --> 00:06:02,538 Josh? Grace! 75 00:06:03,316 --> 00:06:05,934 Oh, my God! No! No, get back! 76 00:06:06,004 --> 00:06:06,986 Get her in the car! 77 00:06:07,060 --> 00:06:08,620 Daddy, what's wrong? 78 00:06:11,412 --> 00:06:12,525 Oh, come back to me. 79 00:06:12,596 --> 00:06:13,610 Get in the car! 80 00:06:13,684 --> 00:06:16,302 Please, please, baby, come on. Come on. 81 00:06:16,756 --> 00:06:17,704 Oh! 82 00:06:23,636 --> 00:06:25,491 Dad, my eye! My eye! I know, I know. Just hang on a second. 83 00:06:26,612 --> 00:06:27,921 Wait here, I'll be back. 84 00:06:27,988 --> 00:06:29,646 It really hurts. 85 00:06:34,452 --> 00:06:36,078 Hi, how much for these? $1.50. 86 00:06:36,148 --> 00:06:38,253 Here. Put these on your eye. 87 00:06:38,324 --> 00:06:39,884 Peas! Are you serious? Put them on your eye! 88 00:06:40,980 --> 00:06:42,573 No, I'm not putting cold peas on my eye! 89 00:06:42,644 --> 00:06:45,961 Put them on your eye, Lou. Don't give me a hard time! 90 00:06:56,084 --> 00:06:59,379 Mr. Learner, our sergeant would like a word, please. 91 00:07:03,060 --> 00:07:05,646 Are they putting him in the ambulance? 92 00:07:09,684 --> 00:07:11,757 Is he going to be all right? 93 00:07:13,556 --> 00:07:14,930 Momma? Huh? 94 00:07:15,796 --> 00:07:17,684 Is he gonna be okay? 95 00:07:21,556 --> 00:07:23,411 Your daddy's with him. 96 00:07:25,876 --> 00:07:29,488 Mr. Learner? The vehicle that struck your son 97 00:07:29,556 --> 00:07:32,785 was traveling from that direction, is that correct, sir? 98 00:07:33,908 --> 00:07:37,039 Sir? Can you describe the vehicle for me? 99 00:07:38,548 --> 00:07:42,988 Um... It was a truck or an SUV. 100 00:07:43,060 --> 00:07:44,489 Okay. 101 00:07:44,564 --> 00:07:48,077 Did you happen to recognize the make or the color? 102 00:07:48,148 --> 00:07:53,385 It was dark blue. 103 00:07:56,116 --> 00:07:59,761 What about the driver, sir? Could you describe the driver? 104 00:07:59,828 --> 00:08:01,421 I don't know. 105 00:08:02,004 --> 00:08:06,892 He had a hat on, or something was obscured... 106 00:08:06,964 --> 00:08:08,622 Like a ball cap? 107 00:08:10,196 --> 00:08:11,690 I don't know. 108 00:08:12,947 --> 00:08:14,573 That's all right, sir. 109 00:08:14,644 --> 00:08:16,237 Okay, Mr. Learner. 110 00:08:16,980 --> 00:08:18,922 We can continue this tomorrow. All right? 111 00:08:18,996 --> 00:08:20,938 I'll get one of my guys to drive you home. 112 00:08:21,012 --> 00:08:22,987 Wait, what about my son? 113 00:08:23,859 --> 00:08:25,420 I don't want to leave him. 114 00:08:25,492 --> 00:08:28,492 Sir, it's a crime scene, okay? I'll... 115 00:08:29,428 --> 00:08:32,242 I'll be here on your behalf, sir. I'll stay with your boy the whole time. 116 00:08:32,308 --> 00:08:34,795 See to it that he's treated with the utmost respect. 117 00:08:34,868 --> 00:08:37,519 You have a wife and a little girl, sir. 118 00:08:37,588 --> 00:08:40,883 It's important that you go home now and be with them. 119 00:08:47,924 --> 00:08:49,450 Is she okay? 120 00:08:49,524 --> 00:08:51,215 Where are we going? 121 00:08:53,236 --> 00:08:55,854 We have to go home. We're going home? 122 00:08:56,628 --> 00:08:58,635 No... We're going home? 123 00:09:01,716 --> 00:09:03,309 Please don't cry. 124 00:09:16,340 --> 00:09:18,162 Norris, they're here! 125 00:09:25,268 --> 00:09:26,762 Where have you been? 126 00:09:26,836 --> 00:09:28,494 Calm down, Ruth. 127 00:09:30,196 --> 00:09:32,717 Oh, my God! Come here, sweetheart. I'm all right, Mom. 128 00:09:32,788 --> 00:09:35,406 What happened to you? Oh, my God, Lucas! 129 00:09:35,476 --> 00:09:39,666 Sweetheart, let me see that. How did you do this? 130 00:09:39,732 --> 00:09:42,634 There was a log in the road and we came around a bend 131 00:09:42,708 --> 00:09:45,839 and we hit the log and then his head hit the dashboard. 132 00:09:45,908 --> 00:09:47,152 Why wasn't he wearing his seatbelt? 133 00:09:47,220 --> 00:09:48,430 He was wearing his seatbelt. Sorry, Mom. 134 00:09:48,499 --> 00:09:50,190 I took it off to change the radio station. 135 00:09:50,259 --> 00:09:52,812 I didn't know he took it off. I would have told him to put it back on. 136 00:09:52,884 --> 00:09:54,411 Oh, sweetheart, let me see. Can you open your eye? 137 00:09:54,484 --> 00:09:55,978 No, it hurts. Oh. 138 00:09:56,052 --> 00:09:57,328 Look at his eye, Norris. 139 00:09:57,396 --> 00:09:59,184 - Let me see that. - Look, he can't even open it. 140 00:09:59,252 --> 00:10:01,641 Oh, my God! What happened? 141 00:10:01,716 --> 00:10:02,829 So where were you? 142 00:10:02,899 --> 00:10:04,842 We were at a game, the game ran late! 143 00:10:04,915 --> 00:10:07,020 You know, one month you have him for visitation, 144 00:10:07,091 --> 00:10:10,125 just one month, and you bring him home like this! 145 00:10:10,196 --> 00:10:12,400 Every time I cut you some slack, you mess it up! 146 00:10:12,468 --> 00:10:14,672 You cut me some slack? You're calling me every ten minutes 147 00:10:14,740 --> 00:10:16,201 every time I take him out of the house! 148 00:10:16,276 --> 00:10:17,291 All right! Give me a goddamn break! 149 00:10:17,364 --> 00:10:19,819 You don't want anymore bother from me? Okay! We'll go back to court! 150 00:10:19,892 --> 00:10:20,874 Threats. More threats. Hey, please. 151 00:10:20,948 --> 00:10:22,955 Everybody take a step back. 152 00:10:23,540 --> 00:10:26,802 Christ! You have no idea what you've done to me. 153 00:10:27,859 --> 00:10:29,103 Let's get that cleaned up. 154 00:10:29,171 --> 00:10:31,277 Hey, Lou, you okay? 155 00:10:31,347 --> 00:10:33,736 Yeah, Dad. I'll see you next week. 156 00:10:34,196 --> 00:10:35,440 Yeah. 157 00:10:42,836 --> 00:10:44,494 Can you get the door? 158 00:10:44,564 --> 00:10:46,931 It's okay, honey, we're home now. 159 00:11:05,012 --> 00:11:06,921 Information. What state, please? 160 00:11:06,996 --> 00:11:08,752 Connecticut. What listing? 161 00:11:08,820 --> 00:11:11,406 A police station in Windham Harbor, please. 162 00:11:11,476 --> 00:11:13,166 One moment, please. 163 00:11:35,540 --> 00:11:38,257 I need you to be a brave girl for me, Emma. 164 00:11:39,124 --> 00:11:41,066 Josh isn't coming home. 165 00:11:42,900 --> 00:11:46,161 He's not coming home? Never? 166 00:11:47,700 --> 00:11:49,903 He's with the angels now. 167 00:11:52,339 --> 00:11:54,162 Where's Mommy? No, come here. 168 00:11:54,228 --> 00:11:55,340 Mommy! 169 00:11:57,172 --> 00:12:00,718 Mommy! Where's Mommy? 170 00:12:47,284 --> 00:12:49,007 It's sunny in Windham Harbor. 171 00:12:49,075 --> 00:12:51,497 Temperature-wise, up to 72 degrees. 172 00:12:51,572 --> 00:12:53,775 Winds from the northeast of eight miles per hour. 173 00:12:53,844 --> 00:12:55,818 Clear skies for the rest of the day. 174 00:12:55,892 --> 00:13:00,431 Tonight, expect a low in the mid-50's, with clear skies throughout the night. 175 00:13:02,708 --> 00:13:05,163 It's 7.00 a. m. Now for the local news. 176 00:13:05,236 --> 00:13:08,651 Connecticut state troopers are investigating a fatal hit-and-run accident 177 00:13:08,724 --> 00:13:12,172 on Reservation Road outside Windham Harbor last night. 178 00:13:12,244 --> 00:13:14,032 The victim was a 10-year-old boy. 179 00:13:14,099 --> 00:13:18,223 State Police are anxious to talk to the driver of a dark-colored SUV. 180 00:13:18,291 --> 00:13:21,008 And they appeal to anyone who may have been on Reservation Road 181 00:13:21,075 --> 00:13:23,858 between 8.45 and 9.15 p. m. 182 00:14:38,036 --> 00:14:39,279 Where are you going? 183 00:14:39,348 --> 00:14:42,282 I have to see the police and pick up the car. 184 00:14:42,707 --> 00:14:44,714 Can't they bring it here? 185 00:14:45,235 --> 00:14:47,472 I need to talk to them anyways. 186 00:14:49,651 --> 00:14:51,986 Your mom should be here soon. 187 00:14:57,875 --> 00:14:58,988 Don't be long. 188 00:14:59,060 --> 00:15:00,237 I won't. 189 00:15:01,203 --> 00:15:02,730 I love you. 190 00:15:12,564 --> 00:15:13,993 16, Bridge Street. 191 00:15:31,315 --> 00:15:32,264 Thank you. 192 00:15:32,339 --> 00:15:34,957 All right, get the other side. Ready? 193 00:15:39,124 --> 00:15:40,334 Did you catch him? 194 00:15:40,404 --> 00:15:42,476 No, sir, not yet, I'm afraid. 195 00:15:42,547 --> 00:15:45,362 'Cause I saw an SUV out there. 196 00:15:45,427 --> 00:15:46,856 There. Right, there, up on that truck. 197 00:15:46,931 --> 00:15:49,681 Oh, no. That's been there since Saturday. 198 00:15:49,748 --> 00:15:50,762 Right here, sir. 199 00:15:50,835 --> 00:15:52,843 Right there on that chair right there. 200 00:15:52,916 --> 00:15:55,054 But is that the make, though? 201 00:15:55,508 --> 00:15:58,857 Well, yeah. I mean, dark, same shape. 202 00:16:04,275 --> 00:16:05,802 Keep the change. 203 00:16:13,171 --> 00:16:14,316 Hey. 204 00:16:15,668 --> 00:16:17,075 Hey, Dwight. 205 00:16:20,468 --> 00:16:21,744 Dwight. 206 00:16:22,803 --> 00:16:23,981 Yeah? 207 00:16:24,052 --> 00:16:25,677 Yeah, were you in court this morning? 208 00:16:25,747 --> 00:16:28,268 No, the transmission went on the Explorer, 209 00:16:28,340 --> 00:16:30,893 so I spent the morning dealing with that. 210 00:16:30,963 --> 00:16:33,102 How'd it go this weekend? 211 00:16:33,171 --> 00:16:35,146 This weekend? It was okay. 212 00:16:35,859 --> 00:16:37,234 Hey, Donna. Hey, Dwight. 213 00:16:37,299 --> 00:16:38,247 Yeah, why? 214 00:16:38,323 --> 00:16:39,370 Ruth called. 215 00:16:40,307 --> 00:16:42,031 Said you were late, you were belligerent, 216 00:16:42,099 --> 00:16:43,986 and that you dropped Lucas off with a black eye. 217 00:16:44,052 --> 00:16:47,051 Did she happen to tell you that we were at the game and it went extra innings, 218 00:16:47,123 --> 00:16:49,971 so we were rushing home and that's when the transmission seized up, 219 00:16:50,035 --> 00:16:52,904 so poor Lucas hit his eye on the dashboard? 220 00:16:52,979 --> 00:16:54,441 I mean... And then... So we show up at her place, 221 00:16:54,516 --> 00:16:56,785 and she's having some kind of a shit fit. You know how she is. 222 00:16:56,852 --> 00:16:59,503 Look, buddy, you can't get into any situations with her. 223 00:16:59,572 --> 00:17:02,888 If she drags you in front of a judge again, you're screwed. You loose your sleepover. 224 00:17:02,964 --> 00:17:04,524 You're right. 225 00:17:05,043 --> 00:17:07,596 Nora Fannelli's in the waiting room. 226 00:17:07,667 --> 00:17:08,779 Fuck. 227 00:17:18,899 --> 00:17:20,906 Hi, Nora, how are you? 228 00:17:20,979 --> 00:17:24,176 Bored. I have been waiting for 40 minutes. 229 00:17:24,243 --> 00:17:27,178 Yeah, sorry. I had some trouble this morning. 230 00:17:29,619 --> 00:17:32,489 You look good. Have you lost some weight? 231 00:17:38,932 --> 00:17:42,477 Except for the color, they're all so similar. 232 00:17:44,692 --> 00:17:46,514 It just happened so fast. 233 00:17:46,579 --> 00:17:48,968 That's okay, sir, take your time. 234 00:17:49,683 --> 00:17:52,139 I'm sure it will come back to you. 235 00:17:52,211 --> 00:17:55,790 We investigated the crash site and we collected a variety of items. 236 00:17:55,860 --> 00:17:58,543 Perhaps some of those may help us. 237 00:18:11,891 --> 00:18:14,313 Do you recognize that jar, sir? 238 00:18:16,179 --> 00:18:17,837 It's a peanut jar. 239 00:18:19,667 --> 00:18:22,001 Josh collected fireflies in it. 240 00:18:23,539 --> 00:18:26,223 Do you think that's maybe why he got out of your vehicle, Mr. Learner? 241 00:18:26,291 --> 00:18:28,200 To collect fireflies? 242 00:18:32,563 --> 00:18:34,221 To let them go. 243 00:18:42,739 --> 00:18:46,220 Dwight, your taxi's here to take you to the car rental office. 244 00:18:59,283 --> 00:19:01,138 I don't want to do this, Grandma. 245 00:19:01,203 --> 00:19:03,210 Oh, come on. Sure you do. 246 00:19:04,372 --> 00:19:06,346 Hey, Dad. Hey, baby. 247 00:19:07,219 --> 00:19:09,194 How are you? I'm good. 248 00:19:09,684 --> 00:19:10,731 Ethan. 249 00:19:10,803 --> 00:19:14,065 Oh, I'm so sorry. My poor daughter. 250 00:19:15,219 --> 00:19:16,975 I'm glad you're here. 251 00:19:17,939 --> 00:19:20,525 No, no, baby. You stay with me. Come on. 252 00:19:20,596 --> 00:19:22,767 Okay. We'll play some more, all right? 253 00:19:22,835 --> 00:19:24,777 All right. Okay. Okay. 254 00:19:25,396 --> 00:19:26,857 Is it my turn? Yeah. 255 00:19:29,875 --> 00:19:30,923 Hey. 256 00:19:34,835 --> 00:19:37,007 They get anyone? 257 00:19:37,075 --> 00:19:39,082 They don't have anything yet. 258 00:19:39,155 --> 00:19:40,103 Not anything? 259 00:19:40,179 --> 00:19:41,324 Nothing. 260 00:19:47,155 --> 00:19:49,457 Did you remember anything else? 261 00:19:52,243 --> 00:19:53,388 No. 262 00:19:54,067 --> 00:19:55,409 Perhaps... 263 00:19:56,627 --> 00:19:57,674 I didn't have... 264 00:19:57,747 --> 00:19:59,918 I looked at the makes of some cars 265 00:20:01,491 --> 00:20:03,913 and they said they sent some stuff into forensics 266 00:20:03,987 --> 00:20:05,810 and in a few days... 267 00:20:07,571 --> 00:20:10,092 Do you know why he got out of the car? 268 00:20:19,187 --> 00:20:20,878 Ethan? What? 269 00:20:21,939 --> 00:20:24,273 Let's not think about it, Grace. 270 00:20:25,619 --> 00:20:26,732 Ethan? 271 00:20:26,803 --> 00:20:28,363 What do you want to know, Grace? 272 00:20:32,179 --> 00:20:34,765 Why'd he get out of the car, Ethan? 273 00:20:36,595 --> 00:20:39,344 They found the peanut jar in the bushes. 274 00:20:42,003 --> 00:20:44,075 Oh, Jesus. I know. 275 00:20:44,147 --> 00:20:45,576 Oh, Jesus. 276 00:20:45,684 --> 00:20:47,822 Oh, Jesus! Grace, come here. 277 00:20:47,891 --> 00:20:50,258 Oh, God! Come here. Come here. 278 00:20:50,323 --> 00:20:52,331 He was letting them go? 279 00:20:52,404 --> 00:20:53,483 Yes. 280 00:20:53,555 --> 00:20:56,490 But, Ethan, I told him! No, no, no! 281 00:20:56,563 --> 00:20:58,505 Ethan, I told him they were gonna die! It's not your fauIt! 282 00:20:58,579 --> 00:20:59,659 Gracie, it's not your fault. 283 00:20:59,732 --> 00:21:01,641 No, no, no! What's happening? 284 00:21:01,715 --> 00:21:03,176 Take Emma. Ethan! 285 00:21:03,251 --> 00:21:05,226 Grace. Oh, God! 286 00:21:05,299 --> 00:21:06,859 Come here, baby. 287 00:21:06,931 --> 00:21:08,011 Come on. 288 00:21:08,083 --> 00:21:09,992 Momma's gonna be all right, okay? 289 00:21:10,067 --> 00:21:12,009 Come on, baby. Come on. 290 00:21:48,915 --> 00:21:52,144 I'll get through tomorrow, I promise. 291 00:21:52,211 --> 00:21:54,961 I'll be beside you every moment. Okay? 292 00:21:59,827 --> 00:22:01,136 Come here. 293 00:22:01,651 --> 00:22:04,204 We're gonna get through this together. 294 00:22:08,179 --> 00:22:10,797 I keep trying to figure out what I did to make this happen. 295 00:22:10,867 --> 00:22:12,013 Don't. 296 00:22:14,899 --> 00:22:16,044 I'm so sorry. 297 00:22:16,115 --> 00:22:19,214 No, Grace, you didn't do anything. 298 00:22:20,595 --> 00:22:22,667 Come on. Come on. Come here. 299 00:22:24,819 --> 00:22:26,095 It's okay. 300 00:22:26,483 --> 00:22:27,793 Come here. 301 00:22:32,883 --> 00:22:36,909 And the loss of Josh has touched the hearts of us all. 302 00:22:39,411 --> 00:22:44,627 Ethan, Grace and Emma, 303 00:22:45,587 --> 00:22:48,205 your Josh is an angel now. 304 00:22:49,779 --> 00:22:54,001 And for all of us, he will remain forever young. 305 00:22:55,475 --> 00:23:01,618 Josh was a beautiful cellist and today, his fellow cellists 306 00:23:02,803 --> 00:23:06,829 and his music teacher, Ruth Wheldon, will pIay for him. 307 00:23:48,819 --> 00:23:50,542 Oh, Jesus Christ! 308 00:24:33,971 --> 00:24:37,004 So how has this affected the coverage of the war? 309 00:24:37,075 --> 00:24:41,385 The cable news channels and your politicians have you Americans deluded. 310 00:24:41,459 --> 00:24:42,669 How so, Kambiz? 311 00:24:42,739 --> 00:24:46,285 Well, they make you believe you're a warrior nation with an invincible army. 312 00:24:46,355 --> 00:24:49,551 I mean, your machinery is tough, but this country has grown soft. 313 00:24:49,619 --> 00:24:52,008 That's bullshit. I mean, we're fighting terrorism all over the world. 314 00:24:52,083 --> 00:24:53,741 We've never been stronger. 315 00:24:53,811 --> 00:24:54,891 You're from Connecticut. 316 00:24:54,963 --> 00:24:58,443 One of the most affluent, comfortable, safe places in the worId. 317 00:24:58,515 --> 00:25:00,304 My people, like the rest of the world, 318 00:25:00,371 --> 00:25:04,113 they come from a place... They know about pain and suffering, violence and loss. 319 00:25:04,178 --> 00:25:07,495 Are you saying that Persians and Africans feel pain differently from us? 320 00:25:07,571 --> 00:25:10,156 I'm saying these people live with pain 321 00:25:10,227 --> 00:25:11,536 and death every day. You don't. 322 00:25:11,603 --> 00:25:12,880 You have become soft. 323 00:25:12,947 --> 00:25:17,038 It's about economics. Poor African-Americans, poor Hispanics aren't soft. 324 00:25:17,107 --> 00:25:18,863 We go through the same pain. 325 00:25:18,931 --> 00:25:22,673 I agree. But most Americans are insulated from death. 326 00:25:33,683 --> 00:25:35,145 I'm sorry, Professor. No disrespect. 327 00:25:35,219 --> 00:25:38,317 No. It's a perfectly valid point. 328 00:25:39,155 --> 00:25:43,083 So you're suggesting that the media is in collusion with the politicians? 329 00:26:02,611 --> 00:26:03,821 Hey, boy. 330 00:26:05,427 --> 00:26:07,466 Hi, Mr. Learner. Your wife's getting me a cup of coffee. 331 00:26:07,538 --> 00:26:08,967 Oh, good. How are you? 332 00:26:09,043 --> 00:26:12,174 Fine. I brought some items. Your son's clothes. 333 00:26:14,963 --> 00:26:16,589 I forgot to ask if you wanted milk. 334 00:26:16,659 --> 00:26:17,869 No, black is fine. Thank you. 335 00:26:17,939 --> 00:26:19,794 Thank you very much. 336 00:26:24,978 --> 00:26:27,182 Well, we've made some progress. 337 00:26:28,210 --> 00:26:31,723 We've determined that the SUV was fitted with a grill guard. 338 00:26:31,794 --> 00:26:33,518 How do you know that? 339 00:26:33,587 --> 00:26:36,172 The autopsy indicates a grill guard. 340 00:26:39,826 --> 00:26:44,398 Josh suffered a severe blow to his rib cage, which fractured several ribs. 341 00:26:44,467 --> 00:26:47,762 Unfortunately, one of them pierced his heart. 342 00:26:47,827 --> 00:26:50,445 He died instantly. There was no pain. 343 00:26:53,107 --> 00:26:56,555 So you're looking for a dark SUV with a grill guard. 344 00:26:56,627 --> 00:26:59,016 Anything more? How do you know? 345 00:27:01,587 --> 00:27:04,205 How do you know that there was no pain? 346 00:27:05,523 --> 00:27:07,628 Medical examiner assured me. 347 00:27:10,227 --> 00:27:14,635 So the grill guard certainly narrows our choices down considerably. 348 00:27:14,707 --> 00:27:17,325 We've also canvassed the area and we set up checkpoints last night. 349 00:27:17,395 --> 00:27:18,704 But it's been a week now. 350 00:27:18,771 --> 00:27:20,145 Yeah, that's the point exactly. 351 00:27:20,211 --> 00:27:21,737 See, people are creatures of habit. 352 00:27:21,811 --> 00:27:25,226 And we're hoping that someone who travels that way may pass by there again 353 00:27:25,298 --> 00:27:26,989 and may have some information to offer to us. 354 00:27:27,059 --> 00:27:30,889 But nothing yet? I mean, he could be out of the state. 355 00:27:30,962 --> 00:27:34,443 Have you contacted out of state authorities as well, or... 356 00:27:34,515 --> 00:27:36,719 What will happen to him if you catch him? 357 00:27:36,787 --> 00:27:39,405 Well, he'll be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. 358 00:27:39,475 --> 00:27:41,330 Which is what? 359 00:27:41,395 --> 00:27:43,118 Well, depending on the circumstances, 360 00:27:43,186 --> 00:27:45,641 he could get as much as 10 years. 361 00:27:50,483 --> 00:27:51,857 Ten years... 362 00:27:57,683 --> 00:28:00,912 What does "Depending on the circumstances" mean? 363 00:28:00,978 --> 00:28:03,946 Well, a judge will take certain sentencing criteria 364 00:28:04,019 --> 00:28:06,986 into account before he assesses a sentence. 365 00:28:07,059 --> 00:28:09,393 There's a variety of factors that would come into play. 366 00:28:09,458 --> 00:28:12,775 Sergeant Burke, how many of these killers do you catch? 367 00:28:13,651 --> 00:28:16,018 I don't know the answer to that, Mr. Learner. 368 00:28:16,082 --> 00:28:17,740 But I can find out. 369 00:28:58,930 --> 00:29:00,523 She's asleep now. 370 00:29:01,683 --> 00:29:03,952 Honey, I'm looking up state law 371 00:29:04,019 --> 00:29:05,906 and there seem to be so many legal loopholes. 372 00:29:05,971 --> 00:29:08,720 I don't know how one makes sense of this. 373 00:29:11,506 --> 00:29:14,157 I think we're gonna need some help. 374 00:29:21,683 --> 00:29:24,944 Can you get some groceries tomorrow on your way home? 375 00:29:25,523 --> 00:29:27,017 Sure. 376 00:29:28,531 --> 00:29:31,214 You have to leave the house soon, Grace. 377 00:29:32,051 --> 00:29:33,327 I can't. 378 00:29:34,898 --> 00:29:36,076 Not yet. 379 00:29:41,938 --> 00:29:43,018 Okay. 380 00:29:48,531 --> 00:29:50,189 Let's go to bed. 381 00:29:51,315 --> 00:29:52,362 Okay. 382 00:30:07,475 --> 00:30:08,969 Hey, Donna, do I have any messages? 383 00:30:09,043 --> 00:30:10,603 Dwight. Hey. 384 00:30:11,634 --> 00:30:12,649 Have you got a minute? 385 00:30:12,723 --> 00:30:13,803 Yeah. 386 00:30:17,971 --> 00:30:20,753 This is Professor Ethan Learner. 387 00:30:20,819 --> 00:30:23,186 Good afternoon. Ethan. My associate, Dwight Arno. 388 00:30:23,251 --> 00:30:24,429 Afternoon. 389 00:30:24,499 --> 00:30:27,881 Ethan lost his son last week in that awful hit-and-run. 390 00:30:28,626 --> 00:30:30,634 I'm sure you heard about it. 391 00:30:30,707 --> 00:30:33,390 Yeah, yeah, I did. I'm sorry about that. 392 00:30:34,963 --> 00:30:36,305 Thank you. 393 00:30:36,371 --> 00:30:38,476 And he feels he needs our help. 394 00:30:38,547 --> 00:30:39,921 Okay, sure. 395 00:30:41,042 --> 00:30:44,687 Well, it's been over a week and the police have nothing, 396 00:30:44,755 --> 00:30:47,722 or they aren't telling us if they have anything. 397 00:30:48,818 --> 00:30:50,793 This is an initial report. 398 00:30:55,027 --> 00:30:57,678 I want you guys to stay on top of them. 399 00:30:58,578 --> 00:31:03,532 I want this man found and I want him prosecuted for homicide. 400 00:31:08,178 --> 00:31:09,739 Did you see him? 401 00:31:10,450 --> 00:31:12,239 For an instant. 402 00:31:12,307 --> 00:31:15,176 Could you give a description of him? 403 00:31:15,379 --> 00:31:17,201 I don't know. I... 404 00:31:18,515 --> 00:31:21,679 If I saw a photo, maybe I would... I think... 405 00:31:22,738 --> 00:31:28,106 Okay. Look, right now our job is to stay on top of the State Police, DA's office. 406 00:31:28,178 --> 00:31:29,640 Light a fire under their ass. 407 00:31:29,714 --> 00:31:32,943 Make sure they prosecute the case properly and as quickly as possible. 408 00:31:33,011 --> 00:31:35,498 You might also want to think about a civil suit. 409 00:31:35,570 --> 00:31:37,839 Which would entail what? 410 00:31:40,083 --> 00:31:44,938 A civil suit would be a suit that you would take out as sort of a punitive move 411 00:31:45,010 --> 00:31:49,200 against the person who... Who... 412 00:31:49,266 --> 00:31:50,695 The perpetrator. 413 00:31:50,770 --> 00:31:52,079 Perpetrator. 414 00:31:52,146 --> 00:31:56,685 You'd file a civil suit against the perpetrator for financial remuneration. 415 00:31:58,579 --> 00:32:03,696 Also, you mentioned that your son was struck by the grill guard of the vehicle. 416 00:32:04,403 --> 00:32:07,436 I'm sorry to bring it up, but a suit should be brought up against the manufacturer. 417 00:32:07,506 --> 00:32:11,696 Those things are dangerous. They're for cattle ranches, not our city streets. 418 00:32:13,683 --> 00:32:16,017 So we'll get all the relevant details from the police department, 419 00:32:16,082 --> 00:32:17,904 from the coroner's office, 420 00:32:17,970 --> 00:32:21,996 and I think Donna has all your contact information, is that right? 421 00:32:22,739 --> 00:32:23,753 Yes. 422 00:32:23,826 --> 00:32:25,321 Okay. Here are our cards. 423 00:32:25,394 --> 00:32:28,460 When we get all the information, we'll reconvene. 424 00:32:28,530 --> 00:32:31,564 Dwight here will be handling all the day-to-day details of the case. 425 00:32:31,635 --> 00:32:34,537 So if you need to talk to anybody, anytime, 426 00:32:34,611 --> 00:32:37,426 call Dwight. I will. Thank you. 427 00:32:37,491 --> 00:32:38,985 Sure. 428 00:32:39,059 --> 00:32:41,710 Thanks for taking the time. Absolutely. 429 00:32:42,258 --> 00:32:44,909 Listen, I just really want to express how sorry we are for your loss... 430 00:32:44,978 --> 00:32:48,294 Thanks, thanks. ... and we'll take care of everything. 431 00:32:49,619 --> 00:32:51,888 What the fuck is wrong with you? 432 00:33:11,858 --> 00:33:13,549 Oh, hey, there's your mom. 433 00:33:13,619 --> 00:33:15,691 Oh, hey. Sorry, I'm late. 434 00:33:15,762 --> 00:33:17,551 No problem. 435 00:33:17,618 --> 00:33:19,341 Sorry, sweetheart. 436 00:33:21,043 --> 00:33:23,563 Emma did such a great job today. I wish you could have heard her. 437 00:33:23,634 --> 00:33:24,943 Oh, me too. 438 00:33:25,522 --> 00:33:26,951 I'll be right back. Where are you going? 439 00:33:27,026 --> 00:33:29,165 I have to give a book back. Okay. 440 00:33:29,235 --> 00:33:31,853 Emma shows so much promise on the piano. 441 00:33:32,498 --> 00:33:35,149 I would love to put her in the school concert in a couple of weeks. 442 00:33:35,218 --> 00:33:38,731 And I'd be willing to offer her some free tutoring classes after school. 443 00:33:38,802 --> 00:33:40,526 Oh, right, you don't have to do that. 444 00:33:40,595 --> 00:33:42,220 Oh, I'd love to. 445 00:33:42,290 --> 00:33:47,047 You know, maybe it will take her mind off things. If that's okay. 446 00:33:47,123 --> 00:33:48,716 Well, why don't I ask her? 447 00:33:48,787 --> 00:33:49,834 Of course. 448 00:33:49,906 --> 00:33:52,361 And we'll talk about it. Thanks, it's very generous of you. 449 00:33:52,434 --> 00:33:54,573 Sure. See you. Bye. Thanks for sitting with her. 450 00:33:54,643 --> 00:33:55,919 Play that piece for your mom. 451 00:33:55,986 --> 00:33:57,579 Okay, I will. 452 00:33:59,122 --> 00:34:01,162 You were late. Sorry. 453 00:34:02,162 --> 00:34:05,872 Listen, um, Mrs. Wheldon was wondering 454 00:34:05,938 --> 00:34:08,272 if you'd like to play in the school concert. 455 00:34:09,234 --> 00:34:12,104 Maybe practice with her after school. 456 00:34:12,179 --> 00:34:14,961 You don't have to do anything you don't want to do. 457 00:34:15,026 --> 00:34:17,644 Can you hear music if you're in heaven? 458 00:34:20,115 --> 00:34:21,195 Yes. 459 00:34:22,258 --> 00:34:24,168 Okay, then. I'll do it. 460 00:34:37,266 --> 00:34:39,568 This is the Red Sox year! 461 00:34:39,634 --> 00:34:42,929 We are going to see the end of the curse of the Bambino. 462 00:34:42,995 --> 00:34:43,943 What did I tell you? 463 00:34:44,018 --> 00:34:46,254 Let's look at last week's play. 464 00:34:52,306 --> 00:34:53,735 How you doing? Mr. Arno? 465 00:34:53,811 --> 00:34:57,106 That's right. Do you own a 1998 Ford Explorer? 466 00:34:57,170 --> 00:35:00,137 No, I, uh... What's this about? 467 00:35:01,426 --> 00:35:02,670 Routine investigation. 468 00:35:02,738 --> 00:35:04,265 We're checking on those types of vehicles. 469 00:35:04,338 --> 00:35:07,721 Well, I had that car and then the transmission went. 470 00:35:07,794 --> 00:35:10,183 So I gave it to one of those charities. Cancer, I think. 471 00:35:10,258 --> 00:35:13,641 But I haven't gotten a receipt from those guys yet. 472 00:35:13,715 --> 00:35:15,405 Dad? Yeah? 473 00:35:15,474 --> 00:35:16,587 Is everything all right? 474 00:35:16,658 --> 00:35:19,887 Yeah, yeah, it's fine. Go on, I'll be in in a minute. 475 00:35:21,426 --> 00:35:24,426 - You turn the plates in yet? - No, I actually... 476 00:35:24,498 --> 00:35:27,564 Oh, God, I took them to work and I just haven't had a chance 477 00:35:27,634 --> 00:35:29,325 to get them out to you guys. 478 00:35:29,394 --> 00:35:30,506 You better mail them in. 479 00:35:30,578 --> 00:35:31,756 All right. I need to account for it. 480 00:35:31,826 --> 00:35:33,102 All right. Thank you, Officer Murphy. 481 00:35:33,171 --> 00:35:34,731 Thank you. Sure. 482 00:35:35,955 --> 00:35:37,842 This your new car? 483 00:35:37,906 --> 00:35:41,965 Oh, no, it's a rental. I'm just using it until I figure out what I'm gonna buy. 484 00:35:42,034 --> 00:35:43,790 Better move it in the garage. 485 00:35:43,858 --> 00:35:46,673 That bird shit will corrode the finish. 486 00:35:46,738 --> 00:35:48,975 Yeah, you're right. Thank you. 487 00:35:56,050 --> 00:35:57,130 Are you in trouble? 488 00:35:57,202 --> 00:35:59,439 Huh? No. I just forgot to fill out some forms. 489 00:35:59,506 --> 00:36:02,059 It won't get any better than it is right now for the Red Sox. 490 00:36:02,131 --> 00:36:03,821 What's he saying? 491 00:36:03,891 --> 00:36:06,607 He's talking about the series and some highlights. 492 00:36:06,675 --> 00:36:08,878 Who does he say is gonna win? 493 00:36:08,947 --> 00:36:12,296 You kidding me? The Red Sox, what else would they say? 494 00:36:18,803 --> 00:36:21,388 People keep saying you need to find closure. 495 00:36:21,458 --> 00:36:23,433 There is no closure. 496 00:36:23,506 --> 00:36:28,110 There's only acceptance and resignation. 497 00:36:31,058 --> 00:36:32,619 She was going to be a pediatric surgeon. 498 00:36:34,578 --> 00:36:36,782 The judge kept postponing the case 499 00:36:36,850 --> 00:36:40,527 and meanwhile, this animal was out on $5000 bail. 500 00:36:43,730 --> 00:36:46,348 Well, the cop who led the investigation knew. He said it afterwards. 501 00:36:46,418 --> 00:36:50,444 He told me, "You'll get no justice in the courts. All you'll get is the law." 502 00:36:50,514 --> 00:36:54,092 I'll never forget those words. There's no justice in the court system. 503 00:36:54,162 --> 00:36:55,918 There's only the law. 504 00:36:56,786 --> 00:36:58,379 Get the light. 505 00:36:58,450 --> 00:36:59,825 Come on. 506 00:36:59,890 --> 00:37:00,970 Game's on soon. 507 00:37:01,043 --> 00:37:04,556 Grab some of those paper plates out of the cupboard there. 508 00:37:08,850 --> 00:37:10,574 Are you having fries? 509 00:37:12,786 --> 00:37:13,866 Dad? 510 00:37:14,514 --> 00:37:15,594 Yeah? 511 00:37:17,011 --> 00:37:19,858 I got suspended from school for three days. 512 00:37:22,386 --> 00:37:23,728 Why? 513 00:37:23,794 --> 00:37:27,820 I got into a fight with Paulie Ferrari and he had to have stitches. 514 00:37:28,690 --> 00:37:29,900 Stitches? How many? 515 00:37:29,970 --> 00:37:31,083 Six, I think. 516 00:37:32,050 --> 00:37:33,544 God damn it, Lou! What the hell's wrong with you? 517 00:37:33,618 --> 00:37:34,829 Are you an idiot? 518 00:37:34,898 --> 00:37:37,353 What do you mean you gave him stitches? Huh? 519 00:37:37,426 --> 00:37:39,946 What is wrong with you? Stop yelling! 520 00:37:43,826 --> 00:37:45,233 All right. 521 00:37:46,098 --> 00:37:48,880 All right, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. 522 00:37:49,362 --> 00:37:51,631 Sit down, tell me what happened. 523 00:37:52,658 --> 00:37:54,797 The three of us were in the hallway 524 00:37:54,866 --> 00:37:58,128 and Paulie had a water balloon in his hand 525 00:37:58,194 --> 00:38:02,798 and he threw it at Benny, but it hit Ms. Swanson, our math teacher. 526 00:38:02,866 --> 00:38:06,183 And she wanted to know who threw it, but Paulie just wouIdn't own up. 527 00:38:06,258 --> 00:38:07,403 Okay. 528 00:38:08,146 --> 00:38:11,080 So we all had to have after-school detention. 529 00:38:12,338 --> 00:38:14,793 All right, so how did you get into a fight? 530 00:38:14,866 --> 00:38:16,622 I was calling him a no-good coward. 531 00:38:16,690 --> 00:38:18,762 We started fighting. 532 00:38:18,834 --> 00:38:20,111 Then he hit his head on the ground. 533 00:38:20,178 --> 00:38:22,382 I don't want you fighting, Lou. 534 00:38:22,450 --> 00:38:23,857 You and Mom fight all the time. 535 00:38:23,922 --> 00:38:26,639 I don't care, Luke. Don't talk back to me. 536 00:38:26,706 --> 00:38:28,778 I don't want you fighting. Look where it got us. 537 00:38:28,850 --> 00:38:32,079 But... But he was a no-good coward, Dad. 538 00:38:32,146 --> 00:38:33,575 Wasn't he? 539 00:38:35,602 --> 00:38:38,188 I don't care. I don't care, Lou, okay? 540 00:38:38,258 --> 00:38:41,105 Paulie Ferrari doesn't need you beating him up 541 00:38:41,170 --> 00:38:44,399 for him to know that he did something wrong, do you understand me? 542 00:38:44,466 --> 00:38:46,354 What'd your mother say? 543 00:38:47,858 --> 00:38:49,865 I can't watch the game. 544 00:38:49,938 --> 00:38:51,596 All right, go to your room. 545 00:38:51,666 --> 00:38:54,186 Can you just tell me the scores every once in a while? Please? 546 00:38:54,258 --> 00:38:56,331 Get in your room. 547 00:38:56,402 --> 00:38:57,831 It's not fair. 548 00:39:02,482 --> 00:39:04,554 Come on, Josh, let's go! Okay. 549 00:39:04,626 --> 00:39:05,837 I love you, Josh. 550 00:39:05,906 --> 00:39:09,255 I love you too, Dad. Bye! Call me when you're done. 551 00:40:12,786 --> 00:40:14,794 What's the score? 552 00:40:14,866 --> 00:40:17,768 Well, you never told me I couldn't listen. 553 00:40:18,386 --> 00:40:20,753 Six to six. Bottom of the eighth. 554 00:40:23,026 --> 00:40:24,881 Listen, I want to talk to you about what you said to me 555 00:40:24,946 --> 00:40:27,182 about me and your mom fighting. 556 00:40:29,266 --> 00:40:30,826 When I was a little kid, I thought 557 00:40:30,898 --> 00:40:32,872 that's how men and women behaved toward each other. 558 00:40:32,946 --> 00:40:36,623 Your grandpa had a pretty bad temper 559 00:40:37,618 --> 00:40:40,138 and he would fly off the handle at the smallest things. 560 00:40:40,210 --> 00:40:42,315 Like if his soup was cold, he'd hit the roof. 561 00:40:42,386 --> 00:40:45,452 And I was like you where I wanted to... 562 00:40:48,242 --> 00:40:50,576 I wanted to step in between them. 563 00:40:55,506 --> 00:41:00,492 But I knew if I did that he would... He... He'd hurt me. 564 00:41:05,074 --> 00:41:08,784 And I... I hated him. 565 00:41:09,842 --> 00:41:13,486 And I hated my mom for crying all the time. 566 00:41:15,058 --> 00:41:19,815 And I blamed him for a lot of my problems through my life. 567 00:41:25,138 --> 00:41:30,026 And I just don't want you to feel that way towards me, ever. 568 00:41:31,634 --> 00:41:33,576 Never, Dad. Never. 569 00:41:37,522 --> 00:41:40,719 Well, I don't know, Luke. Sometimes things happen that are... 570 00:41:40,786 --> 00:41:44,779 That are just out of your control 571 00:41:45,554 --> 00:41:49,329 and you really want to look around for someone eIse to blame 572 00:41:49,394 --> 00:41:53,835 and those are the times when you just really got to stand up and be a man. 573 00:41:57,682 --> 00:41:59,243 Understand? 574 00:42:06,162 --> 00:42:08,813 You wanna go see who's up to bat? 575 00:42:08,882 --> 00:42:10,311 Yeah. Thanks, Dad. 576 00:42:10,386 --> 00:42:13,004 Hey, hey. That's all I get is a thanks? 577 00:42:13,074 --> 00:42:14,732 You're the best. 578 00:43:47,250 --> 00:43:50,348 Sir, raise your hands and step out of the vehicle! 579 00:43:57,074 --> 00:43:58,481 I got this. 580 00:43:59,282 --> 00:44:01,289 I'm being arrested for taking a picture? 581 00:44:01,362 --> 00:44:03,664 Yes. You took photos of a diplomat's home. 582 00:44:03,730 --> 00:44:05,770 Come here. Thank you, guys. 583 00:44:07,282 --> 00:44:09,453 Listen, you can't be doing this. Doing what? 584 00:44:09,522 --> 00:44:11,888 Conducting your own investigation. 585 00:44:11,954 --> 00:44:13,361 No one else is. 586 00:44:13,426 --> 00:44:15,498 That's not true. Have a seat. 587 00:44:15,570 --> 00:44:17,610 Right here. Have a seat. 588 00:44:22,674 --> 00:44:24,496 We're canvassing the area. 589 00:44:24,562 --> 00:44:26,188 We've gone to repair shops and junkyards. 590 00:44:26,258 --> 00:44:28,298 We're doing everything we possibly can. 591 00:44:28,370 --> 00:44:32,144 You have to understand, Mr. Learner, that these things take time. 592 00:44:32,210 --> 00:44:33,835 You didn't need much time to arrest me. 593 00:44:33,906 --> 00:44:38,161 You practically had a SWAT team surround me in under five minutes, 594 00:44:38,226 --> 00:44:40,909 but nobody can seem to find my son's killer! 595 00:44:40,978 --> 00:44:44,873 My son's innocent life was snuffed out, 596 00:44:45,778 --> 00:44:50,285 and no one seems to notice or to give a fuck! 597 00:44:50,354 --> 00:44:52,077 That's not true, sir. 598 00:44:52,146 --> 00:44:53,869 We investigated this vehicle. 599 00:44:53,938 --> 00:44:57,069 It was involved in a fender bender in the city three days ago. 600 00:44:57,138 --> 00:44:58,447 Diplomatic plates! 601 00:44:58,514 --> 00:45:00,936 These guys can get away with whatever they want, you know that. 602 00:45:01,009 --> 00:45:03,977 Sir, you know, I think you need to calm down. 603 00:45:04,722 --> 00:45:06,544 We've been in touch with your lawyers, 604 00:45:06,609 --> 00:45:10,919 and you have to believe me that I want this guy just as badly as you do. 605 00:45:10,994 --> 00:45:12,685 Then get him. 606 00:45:14,801 --> 00:45:18,282 It was an accident, but what I did was terribIy wrong. 607 00:45:20,145 --> 00:45:23,560 I left that night because I was afraid of losing you. 608 00:45:24,690 --> 00:45:28,367 And that's no excuse. 609 00:45:30,834 --> 00:45:33,103 I'm gonna go to prison. 610 00:45:35,282 --> 00:45:37,551 And I deserve to go to prison. 611 00:46:01,425 --> 00:46:04,589 People are gonna talk behind your back. 612 00:46:05,650 --> 00:46:09,228 They're gonna say hurtful things, 613 00:46:11,666 --> 00:46:16,041 but I just wanna urge you to remember these days that we've had together. 614 00:46:16,114 --> 00:46:20,140 I feel like for the first time I've been able to be the father to you 615 00:46:20,210 --> 00:46:21,770 that you deserve, 616 00:46:29,202 --> 00:46:32,747 and they've really been the most beautiful days of my life. 617 00:46:36,049 --> 00:46:38,602 And I just wanna say I'm sorry, honey. 618 00:46:39,698 --> 00:46:42,153 I'm sorry and I love you so much. 619 00:46:42,738 --> 00:46:44,745 And I hope that one day when this is all over that 620 00:46:44,818 --> 00:46:47,982 we'll be able to get back to where we are today. 621 00:46:50,962 --> 00:46:52,456 I love you. 622 00:47:07,569 --> 00:47:09,293 What are you doing? 623 00:47:09,874 --> 00:47:10,986 Hi. 624 00:47:13,650 --> 00:47:16,300 I was just looking at some of this stuff. 625 00:47:16,913 --> 00:47:19,433 I've been trying to show you this. 626 00:47:22,546 --> 00:47:25,545 That's a chat room of people who help to track hit-and-run offenders, 627 00:47:25,617 --> 00:47:29,262 drunk drivers, lenient judges. They're very helpful. 628 00:47:29,330 --> 00:47:31,719 Here, let me show you this. 629 00:47:31,794 --> 00:47:35,241 I've been looking into some other possibilities. 630 00:47:36,465 --> 00:47:38,604 What sort of possibilities? 631 00:47:39,282 --> 00:47:41,005 Of how to find this guy. 632 00:47:41,073 --> 00:47:43,594 I thought that was why we got lawyers. 633 00:47:48,241 --> 00:47:50,575 Why are you doing this? 634 00:47:50,642 --> 00:47:54,504 Because it's been over a month and no one else is doing anything. 635 00:47:55,410 --> 00:47:57,996 Please don't tell me I have to defend myself to you as well. 636 00:47:58,066 --> 00:48:00,237 As well as who? Everybody. 637 00:48:00,306 --> 00:48:04,648 Everybody I talk to says, "Move on, put it behind you, Iet the poIice deaI with it." 638 00:48:04,721 --> 00:48:06,729 Why? Why do they say that? 639 00:48:06,801 --> 00:48:08,590 People don't know what to say. 640 00:48:08,657 --> 00:48:10,991 No. They've given up on finding this guy 641 00:48:11,058 --> 00:48:12,967 and they want me to resign myself to the fact 642 00:48:13,042 --> 00:48:15,431 that he's never gonna be caught. 643 00:48:15,506 --> 00:48:16,815 Why should he get away with it? 644 00:48:16,882 --> 00:48:19,184 He shouldn't get away with it. 645 00:48:19,250 --> 00:48:21,933 You think I want him to get away with it? 646 00:48:24,113 --> 00:48:26,796 You've always been there for us, Ethan. 647 00:48:28,177 --> 00:48:29,901 Don't abandon us now. 648 00:48:31,666 --> 00:48:35,277 That's what you think? That I've abandoned you? 649 00:48:40,689 --> 00:48:42,696 Dinner's almost ready. 650 00:48:50,066 --> 00:48:51,243 Yes, sir? 651 00:48:51,313 --> 00:48:54,281 I'm here for the Josh Learner case. 652 00:48:54,354 --> 00:48:56,841 The boy that was killed on Reservation Road. 653 00:48:57,969 --> 00:48:59,246 Can I have your name, sir? 654 00:48:59,314 --> 00:49:00,623 It's Dwight Arno. 655 00:49:00,690 --> 00:49:03,690 I have some important information concerning... 656 00:49:03,762 --> 00:49:05,616 Hey, Jackie, where's Emelda? 657 00:49:05,682 --> 00:49:07,340 I need a hand out here! I'm dying! 658 00:49:07,410 --> 00:49:08,839 She's on her break. She'll be back in five. 659 00:49:08,914 --> 00:49:11,085 I'll get the case officer for you, sir. 660 00:49:20,977 --> 00:49:22,384 Mr. Arno. 661 00:49:23,666 --> 00:49:25,902 What took you so long? Come on. 662 00:49:26,769 --> 00:49:29,584 Steve called a while ago and said you'd be taking the case. 663 00:49:29,649 --> 00:49:31,307 We're just making sure that your client doesn't have 664 00:49:31,377 --> 00:49:33,133 a reoccurrence of the last incident. 665 00:49:33,201 --> 00:49:34,183 Hey, Sarge, take a look at this. 666 00:49:34,257 --> 00:49:35,566 Last incident? 667 00:49:35,633 --> 00:49:38,895 Yeah, he's going around photographing damaged SUVs. 668 00:49:38,961 --> 00:49:40,969 He scared the daylights out of a Saudi diplomat. 669 00:49:41,042 --> 00:49:42,765 Lucky he didn't get himself shot. 670 00:49:42,833 --> 00:49:46,379 Now he's got it in his head somehow that the diplomat's involved in the accident 671 00:49:46,450 --> 00:49:49,199 and there's a big cover-up. It's a total mess. 672 00:49:49,265 --> 00:49:50,989 Sarge, I need you to sign this report. 673 00:49:51,058 --> 00:49:53,032 Yeah, give me a minute. 674 00:49:53,105 --> 00:49:55,472 All right, here's the reality of the case. 675 00:49:55,537 --> 00:49:58,254 We're three weeks into it and we really don't have much to go on. 676 00:49:58,321 --> 00:50:00,842 I got a dark-colored SUV with a grill guard. 677 00:50:00,914 --> 00:50:03,019 It's like finding a needle in a haystack. 678 00:50:03,090 --> 00:50:05,032 To be frank with you, if the guy doesn't walk in the door 679 00:50:05,106 --> 00:50:08,815 and give himself up, I'm afraid I'm gonna have to back burner it. 680 00:50:08,881 --> 00:50:11,598 I'm hoping you can talk to your client 681 00:50:11,666 --> 00:50:14,535 Yeah, listen, Sarge, there's something else I'd like to talk to you about. 682 00:50:14,610 --> 00:50:16,999 Hey, Joe. Can you tell Sergeant Burke he's got a call from the DA? 683 00:50:17,074 --> 00:50:20,554 I'm so jammed up. Listen, this is the file. Everything is in it. 684 00:50:20,625 --> 00:50:22,119 The autopsy report and everything. 685 00:50:22,193 --> 00:50:23,786 I'm gonna have one of my guys copy it for you 686 00:50:23,857 --> 00:50:27,272 and hand it off to you, okay? I gotta run. Thanks for coming in. 687 00:50:27,345 --> 00:50:29,963 Hey, Callaghan. Can you copy this for Mr. Arno and give it to him right away? 688 00:50:30,033 --> 00:50:31,015 Yeah, sure thing, Sarge. 689 00:50:31,089 --> 00:50:33,325 Hey, Joe, what was that number? 690 00:50:50,322 --> 00:50:52,558 You have one new voice message. 691 00:50:53,297 --> 00:50:55,120 First voice message. 692 00:50:55,185 --> 00:50:59,658 Mr. Arno, it's Ethan again. I've left you a number of messages. 693 00:50:59,730 --> 00:51:00,744 Please call me back when you can. 694 00:51:00,817 --> 00:51:03,239 Did you get my question about diplomatic immunity? I wanted to... 695 00:51:18,257 --> 00:51:19,534 Don't... 696 00:51:23,377 --> 00:51:24,904 Yes, uh... 697 00:51:26,545 --> 00:51:27,822 You okay? 698 00:51:27,889 --> 00:51:30,540 Yeah. I just had a dream. 699 00:52:14,481 --> 00:52:17,830 Wait. Just hold on. Just give me a second. 700 00:52:22,130 --> 00:52:23,275 Shit. 701 00:52:23,921 --> 00:52:25,448 Wanna stop? 702 00:52:29,137 --> 00:52:30,544 It's okay. 703 00:52:34,033 --> 00:52:35,440 Look at me. 704 00:52:37,042 --> 00:52:38,667 Honey? What? 705 00:52:40,721 --> 00:52:42,031 Is it me? 706 00:52:42,097 --> 00:52:43,341 What are you talking about? 707 00:52:46,386 --> 00:52:47,498 Do you blame me? 708 00:52:47,569 --> 00:52:49,456 Oh, Grace, don't be ridiculous. 709 00:52:50,834 --> 00:52:51,848 What are you talking about? 710 00:52:51,921 --> 00:52:53,131 You won't even look at me. 711 00:52:53,201 --> 00:52:55,722 What do you mean I don't look at you? 712 00:53:00,049 --> 00:53:01,423 Why can't we just talk about it? 713 00:53:01,489 --> 00:53:04,239 Oh, come on, this isn't about you! 714 00:53:08,689 --> 00:53:10,478 It's the killer's fault! 715 00:53:10,545 --> 00:53:13,414 It's the son of a bitch that stole our son away! 716 00:53:13,489 --> 00:53:15,398 That's who's to blame! 717 00:54:59,025 --> 00:55:00,967 Mommy. Mommy. 718 00:55:01,745 --> 00:55:03,469 What time is it? 719 00:55:04,401 --> 00:55:06,474 Dad's asleep downstairs. 720 00:55:07,857 --> 00:55:11,305 I'm going to be late and there's nothing to eat anywhere. 721 00:55:12,913 --> 00:55:15,783 Well, that doesn't sound very good, does it? what we can do, huh? 722 00:55:17,265 --> 00:55:18,606 Come here. 723 00:55:25,233 --> 00:55:27,622 Why don't we go down together and see 724 00:55:27,697 --> 00:55:28,777 Okay. 725 00:55:30,193 --> 00:55:31,786 Yeah? It's in my backpack. 726 00:55:31,857 --> 00:55:32,806 Okay. 727 00:55:32,881 --> 00:55:35,783 I'm gonna have piano lessons this afternoon. 728 00:56:07,985 --> 00:56:09,960 Jake, high five. 729 00:56:10,033 --> 00:56:12,204 Look at that, he won't do it for me. 730 00:56:12,273 --> 00:56:13,866 High five. 731 00:56:13,937 --> 00:56:17,254 It's amazing. You know the only one he did that for was my son. 732 00:56:24,977 --> 00:56:27,530 Hey, Dad! Dad! 733 00:56:27,601 --> 00:56:28,648 Yeah? 734 00:56:29,457 --> 00:56:31,312 Where are you going? 735 00:56:36,369 --> 00:56:37,416 Hey. 736 00:56:37,489 --> 00:56:38,951 You forgot where I live? 737 00:56:39,025 --> 00:56:42,538 Huh? No, I left my wallet at the bank, so I was heading back to get it. 738 00:56:42,609 --> 00:56:44,681 Oh. Got your books? 739 00:56:44,753 --> 00:56:45,833 Yeah, I'll go get them. Hey, Ethan. 740 00:56:45,905 --> 00:56:47,247 Mr. Arno? 741 00:56:49,329 --> 00:56:50,703 What brings you here? 742 00:56:50,769 --> 00:56:53,136 Oh, my daughter takes piano lessons from Mrs. WheIdon. 743 00:56:53,201 --> 00:56:54,576 Oh, yeah, yeah. She's good at that. 744 00:56:54,641 --> 00:56:55,917 That's your boy? 745 00:56:55,985 --> 00:56:57,741 Yeah, Ruth's... Ruth's my ex-wife. 746 00:56:57,809 --> 00:56:58,857 Oh. 747 00:56:58,929 --> 00:57:01,198 Listen, I've left you a number of messages. Why haven't you... 748 00:57:01,265 --> 00:57:04,877 I'm sorry, you know, I've been out of the office this last week and... 749 00:57:04,945 --> 00:57:06,603 Well, when would be a good time to get together 750 00:57:06,673 --> 00:57:09,226 'cause there's some things I'd like to talk about. 751 00:57:09,297 --> 00:57:13,094 Okay, well, let me talk to Shelly and we'll try and schedule something. 752 00:57:13,169 --> 00:57:16,169 I'll be around this weekend as well, so give me a call. 753 00:57:16,241 --> 00:57:19,918 Oh, I got my kid this weekend. I don't get much time with him. 754 00:57:19,985 --> 00:57:21,262 Bye, Mr. Learner. Bye-bye. 755 00:57:21,329 --> 00:57:22,605 Hey, Dad! Okay, well, I'll taIk to you. 756 00:57:22,673 --> 00:57:23,850 Have fun. Hey, baby. 757 00:57:23,921 --> 00:57:25,383 Bye, Mom. See you, Emma. 758 00:57:25,457 --> 00:57:26,439 Bye, Lucas. 759 00:57:26,513 --> 00:57:28,814 Really good. Keep practicing. 760 00:57:30,961 --> 00:57:32,521 I didn't know you knew Dwight. 761 00:57:32,593 --> 00:57:34,349 Yeah, he's helping me with some legal stuff. 762 00:57:34,417 --> 00:57:36,392 Good luck with that. 763 00:57:36,464 --> 00:57:37,926 All right, you take care. Bye. 764 00:57:38,001 --> 00:57:39,692 See you. Bye, Luke. 765 00:57:39,761 --> 00:57:42,411 Come on, honey, we got to get your mom. 766 00:57:44,177 --> 00:57:47,472 So, your mom's teaching music lessons again? 767 00:57:47,537 --> 00:57:50,853 Just that girl. Her brother Josh was killed, remember? 768 00:57:50,929 --> 00:57:53,067 In that car crash the day we went to Fenway. 769 00:57:53,136 --> 00:57:57,577 No, I don't think it was the same day, man. It was like a week later. 770 00:58:02,449 --> 00:58:04,237 Did you know that kid? 771 00:58:05,329 --> 00:58:09,038 I saw him around. He was a bit of a dweeb, but he was nice. 772 00:58:10,064 --> 00:58:11,275 You know his dad? 773 00:58:11,345 --> 00:58:13,963 Huh? Yeah. I'm doing some legal work for him. 774 00:58:16,497 --> 00:58:18,352 Did he say anything about that? 775 00:58:18,417 --> 00:58:19,431 Like what, Dad? 776 00:58:19,505 --> 00:58:20,650 I don't know. 777 00:58:24,529 --> 00:58:28,457 So I was thinking, I don't know, we get a couple of pies 778 00:58:28,529 --> 00:58:30,122 and some snacks. What do you think? 779 00:58:30,193 --> 00:58:32,844 Sounds good. But do you have money? 780 00:58:32,913 --> 00:58:35,662 Why? Did your mom tell you I don't have any money again? 781 00:58:35,729 --> 00:58:38,511 No, you told me you left your wallet at the bank. 782 00:58:38,577 --> 00:58:41,195 Oh. No, no, no, I got some extra cash. 783 00:58:43,312 --> 00:58:45,068 Let's go Red Sox. 784 00:58:47,633 --> 00:58:49,226 Okay, sit down. 785 00:58:54,321 --> 00:58:58,096 Do you think mom would let me live with you for a little while? 786 00:58:59,889 --> 00:59:02,888 I think that's a talk for another day, buddy. 787 00:59:03,921 --> 00:59:06,409 All right, we're missing the game. 788 00:59:06,960 --> 00:59:08,619 Come on, guys. 789 00:59:26,609 --> 00:59:28,781 What is this? Wait. What are you doing? 790 00:59:28,849 --> 00:59:30,158 Who said you could take this? 791 00:59:30,225 --> 00:59:33,225 Hey, hold on a minute. Who said you could do this? 792 00:59:33,297 --> 00:59:34,507 Grace! 793 00:59:37,105 --> 00:59:39,080 What are you doing? No, give me this! 794 00:59:39,153 --> 00:59:41,192 Let him take it. No! No, he can't take this. 795 00:59:41,264 --> 00:59:43,152 Have I no say in this? 796 00:59:44,593 --> 00:59:46,087 Sure. All of his stuff. 797 00:59:46,161 --> 00:59:49,063 Sure, if you wanna talk to me now, you can have a say in it. 798 00:59:49,137 --> 00:59:51,242 Maybe you have some advice for me. Maybe there's a tip... 799 00:59:51,313 --> 00:59:53,452 His clothes! His books! ... on the Internet that you found... 800 00:59:53,521 --> 00:59:54,830 His notebooks with his writing? 801 00:59:54,897 --> 00:59:57,385 ...that tells you how to deal with your dead son's possessions? 802 00:59:57,457 --> 00:59:58,504 Maybe they say you should keep them... 803 00:59:58,577 --> 01:00:01,195 What are you talking about? ... hold on to them, so you can feed your anger. 804 01:00:01,265 --> 01:00:04,396 Why wouldn't I be angry? Why aren't you angry? 805 01:00:04,465 --> 01:00:06,504 Here's what I care about! Yeah? What? 806 01:00:06,576 --> 01:00:08,486 My son is dead! 807 01:00:08,561 --> 01:00:12,846 He's not coming home to me! 808 01:00:12,913 --> 01:00:15,117 I'm trying to figure out how to live! 809 01:00:15,185 --> 01:00:16,810 How to not go crazy! 810 01:00:16,881 --> 01:00:19,336 Well, I'm not gonna live my life knowing... How to take care of... 811 01:00:19,409 --> 01:00:23,304 ...that our son's killer is still out there! ...the child that we still have! 812 01:00:23,377 --> 01:00:25,133 That's what I can't live with! We have a child! 813 01:00:25,201 --> 01:00:26,543 I don't see why you can't see that! 814 01:00:26,609 --> 01:00:28,910 She needs looking after and I need to look after her. 815 01:00:28,977 --> 01:00:32,108 If you can't help me with that, then you get out! 816 01:00:38,385 --> 01:00:40,905 Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys. 817 01:00:40,977 --> 01:00:42,799 Welcome to our fall concert. 818 01:00:42,864 --> 01:00:46,727 We've all worked very hard on this, and so we hope you enjoy it. 819 01:01:22,865 --> 01:01:27,055 What do you get when you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover? 820 01:01:27,120 --> 01:01:28,811 A rash of good luck. 821 01:01:29,233 --> 01:01:30,248 That is correct. 822 01:01:30,321 --> 01:01:32,776 What do you call a deer with no eyes? 823 01:01:32,849 --> 01:01:34,158 No ideer. 824 01:01:35,281 --> 01:01:38,281 What do you call a deer with no eyes and no legs? 825 01:01:38,353 --> 01:01:39,946 Still no ideer. 826 01:01:40,625 --> 01:01:42,413 If a man speaks in the middle of the forest 827 01:01:42,480 --> 01:01:45,776 with no woman there to hear him, is he still wrong? 828 01:01:45,841 --> 01:01:46,986 Yes. 829 01:01:48,048 --> 01:01:49,096 Correct. 830 01:01:49,169 --> 01:01:53,260 If con is the opposite of pro, then what is the opposite of progress? 831 01:01:54,449 --> 01:01:56,271 Congress! 832 01:01:56,337 --> 01:01:58,758 Ladies and gentlemen, it is a draw! 833 01:02:07,248 --> 01:02:10,893 Our next performer will be Emma Learner of the fifth grade. 834 01:02:18,993 --> 01:02:21,098 This is for my brother, Josh. 835 01:03:24,785 --> 01:03:27,654 I'm lucky to have such smart women around me. 836 01:04:05,361 --> 01:04:07,914 It was so, so beautiful. 837 01:04:07,985 --> 01:04:09,097 Thank you, Mom. 838 01:04:09,168 --> 01:04:10,248 Thank you. 839 01:04:10,320 --> 01:04:12,687 You were so good, baby. Come here. 840 01:04:17,296 --> 01:04:19,085 Good night, Grace. Take care. 841 01:04:19,153 --> 01:04:20,495 Not as good as you. 842 01:04:20,561 --> 01:04:22,982 So, maestro, what's the next date? 843 01:04:23,056 --> 01:04:25,063 What, Lincoln Center or Symphony Space? 844 01:04:25,136 --> 01:04:26,380 Carnegie Hall? Dad, don't be silly. 845 01:04:26,448 --> 01:04:27,823 What? What? I'm not being silly. 846 01:04:27,889 --> 01:04:30,442 Emma, thank you so much. Thank you. 847 01:04:30,513 --> 01:04:32,138 You're such an inspiration. 848 01:04:32,208 --> 01:04:34,150 Lou! You were wonderful. 849 01:04:36,977 --> 01:04:38,154 Lou! 850 01:04:38,224 --> 01:04:39,206 Oh, no, that's fine. 851 01:04:39,280 --> 01:04:41,385 Our prayers were with you the entire time. 852 01:04:41,456 --> 01:04:43,878 Your daughter is great. Thank you. 853 01:04:44,784 --> 01:04:47,632 You must be very proud of Emma tonight. 854 01:04:59,440 --> 01:05:00,651 Hey, Lou! 855 01:05:12,657 --> 01:05:13,737 Lou! 856 01:05:22,097 --> 01:05:23,504 Ethan? 857 01:05:26,576 --> 01:05:31,083 Our composer's waiting. She wants to go celebrate. What is it? 858 01:05:31,153 --> 01:05:33,292 I just feel nauseous. 859 01:05:34,416 --> 01:05:36,304 I got you a gift, all right? 860 01:05:36,368 --> 01:05:37,481 Thanks, Dad. 861 01:05:37,553 --> 01:05:39,560 It's a Red Sox yearbook. 862 01:05:39,633 --> 01:05:41,356 I love it. Our boy, huh? 863 01:05:41,424 --> 01:05:43,334 Yeah. You were great. 864 01:05:44,529 --> 01:05:46,950 All right. All right, Norris. 865 01:05:47,024 --> 01:05:49,195 I'll see you, Ruth. I'll see you Friday, right? 866 01:05:49,264 --> 01:05:51,053 Yeah. Friday. 867 01:05:51,857 --> 01:05:53,318 You were really good tonight. 868 01:05:53,392 --> 01:05:54,439 Thanks. 869 01:05:57,232 --> 01:05:58,923 See you. Bye, Dad. 870 01:06:16,144 --> 01:06:17,159 Hey. 871 01:06:25,904 --> 01:06:27,944 I've been looking for you. 872 01:06:35,760 --> 01:06:37,964 What happened tonight? 873 01:06:41,360 --> 01:06:42,887 It was good. 874 01:06:44,848 --> 01:06:46,310 We were okay. 875 01:06:47,984 --> 01:06:51,083 We were okay for a little while, weren't we? 876 01:07:00,368 --> 01:07:02,987 Ethan, I don't know how to get you back. 877 01:07:04,977 --> 01:07:06,799 Tell me what to do. 878 01:07:09,040 --> 01:07:12,389 What happened? What happened? 879 01:07:12,464 --> 01:07:14,024 Murder happened. 880 01:07:14,640 --> 01:07:16,462 That's what happened. 881 01:07:21,809 --> 01:07:23,216 I love you. 882 01:07:25,008 --> 01:07:26,863 And I want to get help. 883 01:07:29,264 --> 01:07:31,403 I want us to talk to someone. 884 01:07:33,681 --> 01:07:36,332 Okay. You wanna talk to somebody, Grace? 885 01:07:36,976 --> 01:07:38,089 We'll talk to whoever you want. 886 01:07:38,160 --> 01:07:43,627 We can talk to the police, lawyer, a therapist. I'll talk to the goddamn Pope. 887 01:07:44,720 --> 01:07:46,728 Anything you want, okay? 888 01:07:49,776 --> 01:07:51,915 Now can I please be alone? 889 01:07:52,977 --> 01:07:54,919 Okay, Ethan. Okay. 890 01:08:22,033 --> 01:08:23,210 Hello? 891 01:08:24,144 --> 01:08:25,868 Oh, hi, Mr. Learner. 892 01:08:28,912 --> 01:08:30,767 No, no, I was running. 893 01:08:32,241 --> 01:08:33,702 Yeah, I'm free. 894 01:08:36,177 --> 01:08:38,697 Yeah, you wanna meet at the office? 895 01:08:39,792 --> 01:08:40,937 Where? 896 01:09:04,400 --> 01:09:05,927 Dwight. How are you? 897 01:09:06,000 --> 01:09:07,407 Mr. Learner. 898 01:09:07,984 --> 01:09:10,123 Nice car. Is it new? 899 01:09:10,192 --> 01:09:12,047 No. It's a rental. 900 01:09:13,296 --> 01:09:14,823 A rental? 901 01:09:17,936 --> 01:09:19,758 Been down here before? 902 01:09:20,368 --> 01:09:21,743 No, no. 903 01:09:23,440 --> 01:09:24,847 Why do you ask? 904 01:09:24,912 --> 01:09:26,189 I just thought maybe you'd come down 905 01:09:26,256 --> 01:09:27,979 and familiarize yourself with the case. 906 01:09:28,048 --> 01:09:30,765 No. We have a private investigator who does that. 907 01:09:30,832 --> 01:09:32,076 Yeah. 908 01:09:33,040 --> 01:09:36,520 I've been down here a lot, trying to put it together. 909 01:09:44,912 --> 01:09:47,367 This is where Josh was hit. 910 01:09:47,440 --> 01:09:50,026 He came over here to release fireflies. 911 01:09:51,152 --> 01:09:55,408 I guess he was going to the woods over there. 912 01:09:59,152 --> 01:10:02,534 And then from around the bend... Here, turn around. 913 01:10:03,537 --> 01:10:05,325 From around the bend the truck came. 914 01:10:05,392 --> 01:10:07,814 Report said it was doing nearly 50. 915 01:10:10,480 --> 01:10:12,007 Hit Josh here. 916 01:10:14,032 --> 01:10:19,434 And he hesitated like he knew that he'd hit something, 917 01:10:20,880 --> 01:10:22,920 but then just drove off. 918 01:10:26,288 --> 01:10:29,135 What kind of person could do something like that? 919 01:10:29,200 --> 01:10:35,529 I'm mean, what, was he drunk, was he on drugs, was he a felon? What... 920 01:10:38,416 --> 01:10:42,158 How could you just drive off? 921 01:10:50,416 --> 01:10:52,838 There's no way of knowing. 922 01:10:52,912 --> 01:10:55,530 When we get him, we'll know. 923 01:11:06,160 --> 01:11:09,356 The police have given up on this case, haven't they? 924 01:11:10,160 --> 01:11:11,654 No, not completely. 925 01:11:11,728 --> 01:11:14,630 The police are working on a few things 926 01:11:15,888 --> 01:11:17,961 and I'm hopeful that they'll have a break in the case. 927 01:11:20,112 --> 01:11:21,541 Like what? 928 01:11:23,440 --> 01:11:28,229 Mr. Learner, I believe that I'm gonna have something concrete for you soon. 929 01:11:31,536 --> 01:11:33,391 I'm tired of waiting. 930 01:11:34,512 --> 01:11:37,960 He's out there, just laughing at me. 931 01:11:38,032 --> 01:11:39,788 Now understand this. 932 01:11:39,856 --> 01:11:41,416 I want this guy to feel hunted. 933 01:11:41,488 --> 01:11:45,896 I want him to know that no matter how long it takes, we're gonna get him. 934 01:11:47,216 --> 01:11:51,951 Your son, Lucas, if somebody killed him, 935 01:11:54,128 --> 01:11:56,681 what would you want to happen to them? 936 01:12:00,656 --> 01:12:02,958 I'd want to see him go to prison. 937 01:12:03,024 --> 01:12:04,518 That's it? 938 01:12:05,712 --> 01:12:08,712 Knowing that he'll only get a slap on the wrist? 939 01:12:11,088 --> 01:12:14,219 Mr. Learner, this is not a conversation that I think 940 01:12:14,288 --> 01:12:17,005 you should be having with your attorney. 941 01:12:20,176 --> 01:12:21,899 Maybe you're right. 942 01:12:24,976 --> 01:12:27,212 Thanks for meeting me out here. 943 01:12:46,704 --> 01:12:49,224 Hey, Dwight. Yeah, hey, Norris. Listen, I need to talk to Ruth. 944 01:12:49,296 --> 01:12:50,790 Can you get her for me, please? 945 01:12:50,864 --> 01:12:52,719 We're having a little shindig, you know? A few friends. 946 01:12:52,784 --> 01:12:56,494 Yeah, listen, it's important. Otherwise, I wouldn't be here. 947 01:12:56,560 --> 01:12:58,382 Sort of busy right now, Dwight. 948 01:12:58,448 --> 01:13:01,514 Norris, I want to talk to the mother of my kid, okay? 949 01:13:01,584 --> 01:13:04,039 All right, look, take it easy. Just... 950 01:13:04,112 --> 01:13:05,606 Honey, is everything... Hey, Ruth. 951 01:13:05,680 --> 01:13:06,858 Dwight, what are you doing here? 952 01:13:06,928 --> 01:13:08,237 Can I have a word with you, please? for a minute, alone? 953 01:13:08,304 --> 01:13:09,548 It's not a good time. We've got people over. 954 01:13:09,616 --> 01:13:11,209 Yeah, a shindig. 955 01:13:11,280 --> 01:13:13,003 You can come back Saturday if you want to talk. 956 01:13:13,072 --> 01:13:14,217 Listen, I need a big favor from you. 957 01:13:14,288 --> 01:13:17,484 Can I just have a word with you 958 01:13:18,480 --> 01:13:20,073 Okay. 959 01:13:20,144 --> 01:13:22,086 Norris, do you mind going to our guests? I'm sorry. 960 01:13:22,160 --> 01:13:23,687 It's okay. 961 01:13:26,224 --> 01:13:28,199 What is it, Dwight? 962 01:13:28,272 --> 01:13:32,550 Tomorrow's the first day of the World Series. I want to take Luke for the week. 963 01:13:32,624 --> 01:13:34,380 No. That's not what the court ordered. 964 01:13:34,448 --> 01:13:37,611 Okay, can we just forget about the whole court thing for a minute? 965 01:13:37,680 --> 01:13:39,949 Norris doesn't care about the series. It's the Sox. 966 01:13:40,016 --> 01:13:41,260 When is that ever gonna happen again? 967 01:13:41,328 --> 01:13:42,822 I just want to take him for the week. 968 01:13:42,896 --> 01:13:46,409 I'll get him to school on time. Please. After that... 969 01:13:48,656 --> 01:13:51,623 After that, I have to go away for a little whiIe. 970 01:13:51,696 --> 01:13:53,583 Jesus, Dwight, you're always running away. 971 01:13:53,648 --> 01:13:56,582 Listen, you're always telling me that I gotta take responsibility for myseIf. 972 01:13:56,656 --> 01:13:59,209 Well, that's what I'm trying to do here, okay? 973 01:13:59,280 --> 01:14:00,490 Let me have him. 974 01:14:02,480 --> 01:14:05,350 Will you tell me what's going on with you? What's wrong? 975 01:14:05,424 --> 01:14:09,614 I just wanna spend a week with my son, okay? He's all that I got Ieft. 976 01:14:11,983 --> 01:14:14,831 Jesus, Dwight. All right, you can have him, you can have him. 977 01:14:14,896 --> 01:14:16,238 Thank you. 978 01:14:17,072 --> 01:14:18,927 You know, I'm sorry. 979 01:14:24,080 --> 01:14:25,127 I got to go. 980 01:14:25,200 --> 01:14:26,215 Good night. 981 01:14:43,600 --> 01:14:44,647 This is for you. 982 01:14:44,720 --> 01:14:46,379 Hey. Hi. How are you? 983 01:14:46,448 --> 01:14:49,481 Well, she played so beautifully at the concert, we just wanted to thank you. 984 01:14:51,056 --> 01:14:54,089 Oh, hey, check it out. They have a Halloween fright night. 985 01:14:54,160 --> 01:14:56,494 You wanna go next week? 986 01:14:56,560 --> 01:14:58,534 Let's talk about that later, okay? 987 01:14:58,608 --> 01:15:00,713 I'll race you to the hot dogs. Go! 988 01:15:02,416 --> 01:15:04,837 Look at all this chocolate. 989 01:15:04,912 --> 01:15:05,894 Mr. Learner? 990 01:15:05,968 --> 01:15:08,750 No. None for me, thanks. Please call me Ethan. 991 01:15:08,816 --> 01:15:10,605 I have some coffee if you'd like it. 992 01:15:10,672 --> 01:15:12,527 Sure. That would be great. 993 01:15:12,592 --> 01:15:16,105 I really hope that Emma is going to stay in her classes 994 01:15:16,176 --> 01:15:18,827 now that she's finished the concert. 995 01:15:18,896 --> 01:15:20,172 I'd like that. 996 01:15:20,240 --> 01:15:22,313 You're so talented, honey. 997 01:15:24,080 --> 01:15:25,455 Your son's quite the Red Sox fan. 998 01:15:25,520 --> 01:15:27,625 He must be excited about the series coming up. 999 01:15:27,696 --> 01:15:30,085 Yeah. He and Dwight are fanatics. 1000 01:15:31,088 --> 01:15:32,943 He's over there right now. 1001 01:15:33,008 --> 01:15:35,277 They're gonna watch the game tonight together. 1002 01:15:35,344 --> 01:15:36,871 Oh, Dwight lives nearby? 1003 01:15:36,944 --> 01:15:38,089 Yeah. 1004 01:15:39,824 --> 01:15:42,158 He's just over there on Cove Road. 1005 01:15:42,223 --> 01:15:45,257 He moved there so that he could be close to Lou. 1006 01:15:45,776 --> 01:15:47,150 Thank you. 1007 01:15:49,616 --> 01:15:52,616 These hotdogs are definitely worse than before. 1008 01:15:55,055 --> 01:15:56,811 Worse, but better. 1009 01:15:58,864 --> 01:16:01,351 The Red Sox are gonna win tonight, right, Dad? 1010 01:16:01,423 --> 01:16:02,405 You know it. 1011 01:16:02,480 --> 01:16:04,782 So, how long were you and Dwight together? 1012 01:16:04,848 --> 01:16:06,310 Eight years. 1013 01:16:07,920 --> 01:16:10,341 Yeah, we had a nickname for each other. 1014 01:16:10,415 --> 01:16:11,976 Nitro and Glycerin. 1015 01:16:12,048 --> 01:16:15,430 You could say we had a kind of explosive relationship. 1016 01:16:16,272 --> 01:16:18,312 So he had a bit of a temper? 1017 01:16:20,784 --> 01:16:22,474 Yeah. We both did. 1018 01:16:23,344 --> 01:16:24,359 More coffee? 1019 01:16:24,432 --> 01:16:27,334 No, that's all right. We actually have to get going. 1020 01:16:27,408 --> 01:16:29,447 Can I just use your restroom first? 1021 01:17:32,240 --> 01:17:34,214 So, anyway, each one could be a different animal. 1022 01:17:34,288 --> 01:17:37,387 Right, like if you could have a horse, and then he could be, like, trotting... 1023 01:17:37,456 --> 01:17:38,950 Ready? 1024 01:17:39,024 --> 01:17:40,104 Yeah. 1025 01:17:41,232 --> 01:17:42,442 Listen. 1026 01:17:42,960 --> 01:17:45,807 When the series is over, I got to go away for a while. 1027 01:17:45,871 --> 01:17:48,238 Why? There's just something that I got to do 1028 01:17:48,304 --> 01:17:53,454 and I'm not going to be able to see you for some time, Luke. 1029 01:17:53,520 --> 01:17:55,560 So how long do you have to go away for? 1030 01:17:55,632 --> 01:17:57,606 I don't know. Let's wait and see. 1031 01:17:57,680 --> 01:18:00,102 Hey, we don't do so bad, you and me. 1032 01:18:00,208 --> 01:18:01,769 We're all right. 1033 01:18:35,472 --> 01:18:40,557 Yes, hello, um... I... I saw your ad on the Net. 1034 01:18:40,624 --> 01:18:41,704 Can I help you? 1035 01:18:41,776 --> 01:18:45,867 Yes, I'm looking for a pistol. Something simple. 1036 01:18:47,696 --> 01:18:49,103 A revolver. 1037 01:18:57,072 --> 01:18:59,592 Hey, Dad! Sleep tight, don't let the snakes bite! 1038 01:18:59,664 --> 01:19:02,315 Oh, that's funny. That's funny. 1039 01:19:03,184 --> 01:19:04,972 I'll get you for that. 1040 01:19:14,608 --> 01:19:15,753 Shit. 1041 01:21:06,804 --> 01:21:08,560 Yeah! That's it! That's it! 1042 01:21:08,660 --> 01:21:10,547 Yeah, you think we could sweep? 1043 01:21:10,611 --> 01:21:14,124 I don't know. I think if they could do it, this might be the year. 1044 01:21:14,195 --> 01:21:15,886 All right, it's bedtime. Go on. 1045 01:21:15,955 --> 01:21:18,541 All right. Night, Dad. Good night. 1046 01:21:18,612 --> 01:21:20,619 Get washed up. I'll see you in there in a minute. 1047 01:21:20,692 --> 01:21:23,507 in the middle of this diamond at Busch Stadium after a 4 to 1 victory 1048 01:21:23,572 --> 01:21:25,427 to go up three games to none. 1049 01:22:36,084 --> 01:22:37,513 Mr. Learner? 1050 01:22:42,515 --> 01:22:43,660 Okay. 1051 01:22:47,987 --> 01:22:48,936 Dad? 1052 01:22:49,012 --> 01:22:51,150 That's my son. That's my son. 1053 01:22:51,923 --> 01:22:53,931 Dad, what was that noise? 1054 01:22:54,004 --> 01:22:56,273 - Lou, Lou, it's just a stool. - Shut him up! 1055 01:22:56,340 --> 01:22:58,729 It's a stool. A stool fell down, honey. 1056 01:22:58,804 --> 01:23:02,251 Look, please, let me just talk to him, he's just a kid. 1057 01:23:03,220 --> 01:23:04,780 Okay, we're going. Go. 1058 01:23:04,851 --> 01:23:06,378 Okay. 1059 01:23:06,804 --> 01:23:07,916 Okay. 1060 01:23:12,052 --> 01:23:13,546 Lou. 1061 01:23:13,620 --> 01:23:15,311 Dad, what was that noise? 1062 01:23:15,380 --> 01:23:16,557 It was just the TV, okay? 1063 01:23:16,660 --> 01:23:18,416 I dropped a stool. Go to bed, all right? 1064 01:23:18,483 --> 01:23:19,628 I have to pee anyway. 1065 01:23:19,699 --> 01:23:22,154 Oh, Jesus, Lou. Just go to sleep, all right? 1066 01:23:22,227 --> 01:23:24,267 Dad, I really have to pee. 1067 01:23:26,771 --> 01:23:28,560 All right, come on, hurry, quick. 1068 01:23:28,628 --> 01:23:30,253 Come on, come on. 1069 01:23:32,724 --> 01:23:35,058 Come on, hurry up, Lou. Come on. 1070 01:23:45,587 --> 01:23:49,362 Lou, come on, honey, you got to get back to bed. 1071 01:23:49,427 --> 01:23:50,856 I'm coming. 1072 01:23:56,947 --> 01:23:58,125 Okay. 1073 01:23:58,611 --> 01:24:00,684 Get into bed. Get in. 1074 01:24:01,811 --> 01:24:03,699 Good night. Good night, Dad. 1075 01:24:03,763 --> 01:24:06,414 Get to bed. You have a big day tomorrow. 1076 01:24:06,483 --> 01:24:07,628 I love you, Lou. 1077 01:24:07,699 --> 01:24:08,844 Love you, too. 1078 01:24:19,027 --> 01:24:20,402 Get back. 1079 01:24:21,684 --> 01:24:24,815 Outside. Just take me out of the house. 1080 01:24:24,883 --> 01:24:26,825 Take me out of the house. 1081 01:24:29,427 --> 01:24:30,834 Look away. Okay. 1082 01:24:30,899 --> 01:24:34,030 Put your arms together. Go. Look away. Turn away. 1083 01:24:34,099 --> 01:24:36,336 Okay, go. That car. 1084 01:24:38,995 --> 01:24:40,751 Don't look. Just go. 1085 01:24:42,259 --> 01:24:44,463 Listen to me. Don't do this. 1086 01:24:45,491 --> 01:24:46,701 Stay there. Don't look at me. 1087 01:24:46,771 --> 01:24:48,910 Don't do this. Turn around. 1088 01:24:49,683 --> 01:24:50,861 Take me to the police. 1089 01:24:50,932 --> 01:24:52,044 Take you to the police? 1090 01:24:52,115 --> 01:24:54,832 So you can weasel your way out with your fucking influence? 1091 01:24:54,899 --> 01:24:56,328 I swear to God, you get in the... 1092 01:24:56,403 --> 01:24:57,679 Take me to the police, Ethan. 1093 01:24:57,747 --> 01:24:59,308 Why? So you can fucking deceive and manipulate? 1094 01:24:59,380 --> 01:25:01,649 Take me to the police. Take... 1095 01:26:08,755 --> 01:26:10,413 Get out. Turn me in. 1096 01:26:10,483 --> 01:26:12,010 Just turn me in! 1097 01:26:12,819 --> 01:26:13,997 Get out. 1098 01:26:18,771 --> 01:26:21,804 Oh, God, don't shoot me. Please don't shoot me. 1099 01:26:23,827 --> 01:26:27,373 Get out. Out! 1100 01:26:28,179 --> 01:26:30,001 Get out! Out! 1101 01:26:30,068 --> 01:26:31,016 Please don't shoot. 1102 01:26:31,091 --> 01:26:34,058 You fucking animal! Get out or I'll kill you right here! 1103 01:26:34,131 --> 01:26:35,473 Get out! 1104 01:26:36,788 --> 01:26:38,675 Come on, it was an accident. 1105 01:26:38,739 --> 01:26:41,423 Shut up. Shut up! Go. Jesus Christ! 1106 01:26:47,571 --> 01:26:49,229 It was an accident. It wasn't an accident. 1107 01:26:49,299 --> 01:26:51,023 You don't drive away from an accident! 1108 01:26:51,092 --> 01:26:52,040 You just left! 1109 01:26:52,115 --> 01:26:53,391 I was scared! 1110 01:26:58,259 --> 01:27:00,845 I'm telling you, don't do this. 1111 01:27:00,915 --> 01:27:04,330 Don't ruin your life the way I've ruined mine. 1112 01:27:04,403 --> 01:27:05,930 Turn around. 1113 01:27:11,379 --> 01:27:13,419 You robbed me of my life. 1114 01:27:14,132 --> 01:27:19,216 You left my boy on the side of the road and you drove off! 1115 01:27:21,587 --> 01:27:23,921 You have ruined my family! 1116 01:27:26,227 --> 01:27:30,504 And you look at me in the face and you deceive me and you lied to me! 1117 01:27:32,179 --> 01:27:34,088 You deserve to die. 1118 01:27:34,163 --> 01:27:37,197 You killed my son! 1119 01:27:40,723 --> 01:27:42,610 Stop it. Stop it! 1120 01:27:54,067 --> 01:27:57,100 It's over. It's over. 1121 01:28:06,643 --> 01:28:10,767 Get up. Get up. Get up! 1122 01:28:30,739 --> 01:28:32,746 You want me to kill myself? 1123 01:28:34,068 --> 01:28:36,107 Tell me to do it! Tell me! 1124 01:28:36,179 --> 01:28:39,660 Not a fucking day goes by where I don't see your son's body 1125 01:28:39,731 --> 01:28:42,960 hitting my car and going off into the dark! 1126 01:28:44,755 --> 01:28:46,643 I wish it were me. 1127 01:28:47,923 --> 01:28:50,792 Tell me to do it. Please, tell me to do it. 1128 01:28:55,892 --> 01:28:58,347 Please, tell me to do it. 1129 01:29:03,091 --> 01:29:04,335 Please. 1130 01:29:05,939 --> 01:29:09,387 I'm dead anyway. I'm dead. 1131 01:29:22,739 --> 01:29:25,554 Oh, God, please don't leave me here! 1132 01:29:28,755 --> 01:29:32,781 Please forgive me. Please forgive me. 1133 01:29:34,291 --> 01:29:35,633 I'm sorry. 1134 01:29:37,939 --> 01:29:39,346 I can't. 1135 01:29:40,403 --> 01:29:42,291 I can't. Please. 1136 01:30:38,131 --> 01:30:41,131 I miss him so much. 1137 01:30:42,387 --> 01:30:43,532 I know. 1138 01:30:45,011 --> 01:30:49,615 I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. 1139 01:30:55,027 --> 01:30:56,588 Let's go inside. 1140 01:31:05,459 --> 01:31:07,433 I left that night because 1141 01:31:09,363 --> 01:31:12,396 I was really afraid that I was going to lose you. 1142 01:31:15,507 --> 01:31:17,197 That's no excuse. 1143 01:31:18,547 --> 01:31:20,335 What I did was wrong. 1144 01:31:21,587 --> 01:31:23,726 I'm going to be going to prison 1145 01:31:23,795 --> 01:31:25,966 and I deserve to go to prison. 1146 01:31:27,859 --> 01:31:29,834 I just want you to remember that 1147 01:31:29,907 --> 01:31:33,801 these last days that we had together and how wonderful they were, 1148 01:31:35,731 --> 01:31:37,771 and I feel like I've been able to be the father to you 1149 01:31:37,843 --> 01:31:39,883 that you really deserve. 1150 01:31:41,587 --> 01:31:46,322 I guess what I'm just trying to say is that I'm sorry. 1151 01:31:48,587 --> 01:31:52,322 Synched by Sakke 1152 01:31:54,587 --> 01:31:58,322 Fixed by ishmld 85606

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