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Anybody there? 8 00:00:24,150 --> 00:00:25,410 [sighs] 9 00:00:28,630 --> 00:00:30,110 [ringing] 10 00:00:34,900 --> 00:00:36,160 Hello?[distorted, garbled voice] 11 00:00:36,290 --> 00:00:37,510 Oh, come on. 12 00:00:40,380 --> 00:00:42,390 Really? 13 00:00:42,520 --> 00:00:43,950 [metallic creaking outside] 14 00:00:44,080 --> 00:00:46,130 ♪ ♪ 15 00:00:48,830 --> 00:00:50,570 [creaking continues] 16 00:00:57,010 --> 00:00:59,490 [creaking] 17 00:01:04,890 --> 00:01:06,190 [electrical warbling] 18 00:01:08,540 --> 00:01:11,110 [overlapping TV chatter] 19 00:01:14,590 --> 00:01:17,590 ♪ ♪ 20 00:01:21,550 --> 00:01:23,600 ♪ ♪ 21 00:01:52,150 --> 00:01:54,850 You want to have an '80s theme party? 22 00:01:54,980 --> 00:01:57,110 You, Nick Torres? 23 00:01:57,240 --> 00:01:58,900 Not really, but Dr. Grace thought 24 00:01:59,030 --> 00:02:00,290 it would be a good idea. 25 00:02:00,420 --> 00:02:03,160 She trying to drum up more business? 26 00:02:03,290 --> 00:02:04,730 Because I'm definitely gonna need some therapy 27 00:02:04,860 --> 00:02:07,510 after seeing Director Vance in a high-top fade. 28 00:02:07,640 --> 00:02:09,300 Hey. I look good with a high-top fade. 29 00:02:09,430 --> 00:02:12,040 No, Your Honor, sorry, I wasn't talking to you. 30 00:02:12,170 --> 00:02:14,480 High-top fade it is. 31 00:02:14,610 --> 00:02:16,570 Okay, so why? 32 00:02:16,700 --> 00:02:18,440 Well, the doctor said 33 00:02:18,570 --> 00:02:20,530 [clears throat] that I needed, quote, 34 00:02:20,660 --> 00:02:22,180 "A little more fun in my life." 35 00:02:22,310 --> 00:02:25,440 Which is crazy, because I'm like the most fun person I know. 36 00:02:25,570 --> 00:02:26,660 Agree to disagree. 37 00:02:26,790 --> 00:02:28,270 You are out of your mind. 38 00:02:28,400 --> 00:02:30,450 Dude, I am super fun. 39 00:02:30,580 --> 00:02:33,540 No, I said-- I said no, absolutely not, no way. 40 00:02:33,670 --> 00:02:35,450 He's not talking to us. 41 00:02:35,590 --> 00:02:36,670 We'll talk about it when I get home, okay? 42 00:02:36,800 --> 00:02:38,110 And by that, I mean no. 43 00:02:38,240 --> 00:02:40,500 Hmm, does Delilah want you 44 00:02:40,630 --> 00:02:42,850 to binge-watch another session of Love Island? 45 00:02:42,980 --> 00:02:44,640 No, that I would be okay with. 46 00:02:44,770 --> 00:02:46,120 She wants me to shave my goatee. 47 00:02:46,250 --> 00:02:47,470 Then shave your goatee. 48 00:02:47,600 --> 00:02:49,380 You got a problem with my goatee? 49 00:02:49,510 --> 00:02:52,380 Actually, this is the first time I noticed you even had one. 50 00:02:52,520 --> 00:02:55,610 I-I love it, it really shapes your face. But... 51 00:02:55,740 --> 00:02:56,780 But what? 52 00:02:58,300 --> 00:02:59,700 Well, we have a standing policy 53 00:02:59,830 --> 00:03:02,260 to side with Delilah on all marriage disagreements. 54 00:03:02,390 --> 00:03:04,350 Smart move. Happy wife, happy life. 55 00:03:04,480 --> 00:03:05,880 McGEE: Well, uh, 56 00:03:06,010 --> 00:03:08,310 that phrase is kind of considered sexist nowadays. 57 00:03:09,710 --> 00:03:11,660 Happy spouse, happy house. 58 00:03:11,800 --> 00:03:13,320 Oh, that's a good recovery. 59 00:03:13,450 --> 00:03:14,710 Hey, can we get back to my goatee now? 60 00:03:14,840 --> 00:03:15,890 I don't even know what that means. 61 00:03:16,020 --> 00:03:17,280 Maybe I don't want to know. 62 00:03:17,410 --> 00:03:18,580 But you can talk about it in the car. 63 00:03:18,720 --> 00:03:20,200 That does not sound good. 64 00:03:20,320 --> 00:03:21,890 PARKER: Is it ever? 65 00:03:25,420 --> 00:03:27,850 This doesn't look like the usual to me. 66 00:03:27,990 --> 00:03:30,860 Yeah, somebody really wanted this guy dead. 67 00:03:30,990 --> 00:03:33,600 Ten, 11, 12 entry wounds. 68 00:03:33,730 --> 00:03:37,040 And six exit wounds. All oddly shaped, I might add. 69 00:03:37,170 --> 00:03:38,260 Who's this guy again? 70 00:03:38,390 --> 00:03:39,480 Lieutenant Elliot Greene. 71 00:03:39,610 --> 00:03:40,740 He's a fighter pilot. 72 00:03:40,870 --> 00:03:41,820 Why does that ring a bell? 73 00:03:41,960 --> 00:03:42,960 I don't know. You tell me. 74 00:03:43,090 --> 00:03:45,180 I can't put my finger on it. 75 00:03:45,310 --> 00:03:47,090 I got something I can't put my finger on either. 76 00:03:47,220 --> 00:03:48,610 Six exit wounds? 77 00:03:48,750 --> 00:03:50,090 Where are the bullets? 78 00:03:50,230 --> 00:03:52,570 Perhaps, uh, the victim wasn't shot here? 79 00:03:52,710 --> 00:03:54,230 Post-mortem lividity says he was. 80 00:03:54,360 --> 00:03:57,100 So, the shooter policed his own brass? 81 00:03:57,230 --> 00:03:59,150 PARKER: Did he patch and paint the walls? 82 00:03:59,280 --> 00:04:00,970 Where are the bullet holes? 83 00:04:01,110 --> 00:04:03,110 We seem to be missing six. 84 00:04:03,240 --> 00:04:05,760 Well, whoever this guy is, he's a hell of a shot. 85 00:04:05,890 --> 00:04:08,070 12 rounds, all through that same hole. 86 00:04:09,550 --> 00:04:11,860 Okay. So we're looking at a sniper. 87 00:04:11,990 --> 00:04:13,860 A sniper who can levitate. 88 00:04:13,990 --> 00:04:16,510 Because there are absolutely no trees in this area 89 00:04:16,640 --> 00:04:18,600 even remotely tall enough for the angle he was at. 90 00:04:18,730 --> 00:04:20,120 Helicopter? 91 00:04:20,260 --> 00:04:21,430 Neighbors would've heard it. 92 00:04:21,560 --> 00:04:22,690 Scissor lift? 93 00:04:22,820 --> 00:04:23,870 No tire tracks. 94 00:04:24,000 --> 00:04:25,560 Dr. Mallard once cracked a case 95 00:04:25,700 --> 00:04:27,700 where the shooter was in a hot air balloon. 96 00:04:27,830 --> 00:04:31,880 I'm not writing "unidentified hot air balloon" in my report. 97 00:04:33,920 --> 00:04:35,100 Oh, wait, that's it. 98 00:04:35,230 --> 00:04:36,660 That's it, I remember something. I, uh-- 99 00:04:36,790 --> 00:04:38,660 Wait, I need to look something up. Give me your phone. 100 00:04:38,800 --> 00:04:40,540 You were just knuckle-deep in 12 bullet holes. 101 00:04:42,020 --> 00:04:43,890 JIMMY: I think I remember 102 00:04:44,020 --> 00:04:47,110 seeing the lieutenant on Z-SPAN last week. 103 00:04:47,240 --> 00:04:48,370 Doing what? 104 00:04:48,500 --> 00:04:50,020 Testifying before Congress. 105 00:04:50,150 --> 00:04:51,200 About? 106 00:04:54,160 --> 00:04:55,030 You got to be kidding me. 107 00:04:56,160 --> 00:04:57,860 KNIGHT: What's a UAP hearing? 108 00:04:57,990 --> 00:04:59,160 U-A-P. 109 00:04:59,290 --> 00:05:01,730 Unidentified aerial phenomenon. 110 00:05:01,860 --> 00:05:02,730 As in...? 111 00:05:02,860 --> 00:05:06,040 The original term was UFO. 112 00:05:07,430 --> 00:05:11,350 Apparently, the lieutenant here thought he saw one. 113 00:05:20,920 --> 00:05:23,060 Shortly after takeoff, my flight cameras began 114 00:05:23,190 --> 00:05:25,760 to detect several anomalous objects in my vicinity. 115 00:05:25,890 --> 00:05:27,630 How the hell did I miss this? 116 00:05:27,760 --> 00:05:30,150 Now, these objects had no obvious means of propulsion. 117 00:05:30,280 --> 00:05:31,850 They seemed to defy gravity. 118 00:05:31,980 --> 00:05:33,240 They anticipated my every move 119 00:05:33,370 --> 00:05:35,420 in a way that I have no explanation for. 120 00:05:36,510 --> 00:05:38,200 [sighs] Thoughts? 121 00:05:38,330 --> 00:05:39,770 I have no idea how I missed this. 122 00:05:39,900 --> 00:05:40,990 Well, if you're asking if I think 123 00:05:41,120 --> 00:05:42,990 he actually saw a Martian... 124 00:05:43,120 --> 00:05:44,300 I hope not. 125 00:05:44,430 --> 00:05:46,600 He seems like a pretty credible guy. 126 00:05:47,780 --> 00:05:49,430 Just saying. 127 00:05:49,560 --> 00:05:51,870 It would explain a lot about the crime scene. 128 00:05:52,000 --> 00:05:54,220 Okay, show of hands. Who thinks it's aliens? 129 00:05:58,960 --> 00:06:00,010 TORRES: Does it count 130 00:06:00,140 --> 00:06:01,920 if I just hope it's aliens? 131 00:06:02,050 --> 00:06:03,920 Cocoonis my favorite movie. 132 00:06:04,050 --> 00:06:06,270 Pass. We have enough problems here on Earth. 133 00:06:06,400 --> 00:06:08,360 We don't need Megatron showing up. 134 00:06:08,490 --> 00:06:09,890 That works for me. As you may recall, 135 00:06:10,020 --> 00:06:12,240 my ex was on the UAP Task Force, 136 00:06:12,370 --> 00:06:15,020 and she was convinced there was no "there" there. 137 00:06:15,150 --> 00:06:16,760 What was it?What it always is. 138 00:06:16,890 --> 00:06:18,330 Some new, top secret aircraft 139 00:06:18,460 --> 00:06:20,680 that somebody somewhere is working on. 140 00:06:20,810 --> 00:06:23,680 But we need to talk to that congresswoman. 141 00:06:23,810 --> 00:06:27,120 You think, uh, Greene saw something he wasn't supposed to? 142 00:06:27,250 --> 00:06:31,690 The real question is, did he get killed for it? 143 00:06:31,820 --> 00:06:33,690 JIMMY:I'm more curious about what killed him. 144 00:06:33,820 --> 00:06:36,520 You mean aside from the 12 bullet holes in his chest? 145 00:06:36,650 --> 00:06:37,870 Are those bullet holes? 'Cause I'm not convinced. 146 00:06:38,000 --> 00:06:40,790 Uh, there's no thermal trauma, no soot deposit. 147 00:06:40,920 --> 00:06:43,050 I didn't find a single bullet in his body. 148 00:06:43,180 --> 00:06:45,140 I mean, we didn't find any at the crime scene, either. 149 00:06:45,270 --> 00:06:47,310 Uh, Greene's ribs were shattered. 150 00:06:47,450 --> 00:06:50,100 Uh, I should've found dozens of bullet fragments. 151 00:06:50,230 --> 00:06:52,840 I-I mean, it's like he has these wound channels, 152 00:06:52,970 --> 00:06:55,670 but whatever created them just disappeared. 153 00:06:55,800 --> 00:06:57,150 What are you saying? 154 00:06:57,280 --> 00:06:59,330 I'm saying I have no idea what killed our victim. 155 00:06:59,460 --> 00:07:00,850 You know what? I think I might have an idea. 156 00:07:00,980 --> 00:07:02,550 What?Ice bullets. 157 00:07:02,680 --> 00:07:03,720 Ice bullets?Ice bullets. 158 00:07:03,850 --> 00:07:04,900 No. 159 00:07:05,030 --> 00:07:06,640 I had a mystery novel proposal once 160 00:07:06,770 --> 00:07:08,340 where my serial killer used disappearing ice bullets... 161 00:07:08,470 --> 00:07:10,290 Yeah, I'm gonna stop you right there. 162 00:07:10,430 --> 00:07:12,170 You see, ice is not remotely strong enough 163 00:07:12,300 --> 00:07:13,690 to shatter a human bone. 164 00:07:13,820 --> 00:07:15,170 On the otherhand... 165 00:07:16,210 --> 00:07:19,130 ...an alien energy weapon? 166 00:07:19,260 --> 00:07:21,040 Are you honestly suggesting... 167 00:07:21,170 --> 00:07:23,180 [laughs]: Ah! I got you. 168 00:07:23,310 --> 00:07:24,530 Yeah, uh, no, seriously. 169 00:07:24,660 --> 00:07:26,140 I have no idea what killed our lieutenant here. 170 00:07:26,270 --> 00:07:29,490 I did send some tissue samples up to Kasie for analysis. 171 00:07:29,620 --> 00:07:32,230 Hopefully, she'll come up with something. 172 00:07:32,360 --> 00:07:35,230 Something much more down-to-earth. 173 00:07:35,360 --> 00:07:36,890 Boy, it would be cool if it was aliens, though, right? 174 00:07:37,020 --> 00:07:38,760 Beyond cool. 175 00:07:38,890 --> 00:07:41,190 I mean, just the thought of autopsying an alien corpse? 176 00:07:41,330 --> 00:07:43,680 You know, all those new organs. 177 00:07:43,810 --> 00:07:46,160 All those new smells. 178 00:07:46,290 --> 00:07:48,160 Mm, yeah, no, it's getting weird now. 179 00:07:48,290 --> 00:07:50,290 You try to spend all your time down here by yourself. 180 00:07:50,420 --> 00:07:51,990 I mean, you take what you can get. 181 00:07:52,120 --> 00:07:53,640 Oh, speaking of which. 182 00:07:53,770 --> 00:07:55,080 [Jimmy clears throat] 183 00:07:55,210 --> 00:07:57,250 This came this morning. 184 00:07:57,380 --> 00:07:59,130 Delilah had it delivered to me 185 00:07:59,260 --> 00:08:00,300 to give to you. 186 00:08:02,520 --> 00:08:03,780 I have no idea why. 187 00:08:03,910 --> 00:08:05,700 I do. It's a beard trimmer. 188 00:08:05,830 --> 00:08:07,830 Ooh. Nothing passive-aggressive about that, huh? 189 00:08:07,960 --> 00:08:09,140 Yeah, more "aggressive-aggressive." 190 00:08:09,270 --> 00:08:10,750 But you know what? You can keep that, 191 00:08:10,880 --> 00:08:13,360 because I am drawing a line in the sand on this one. 192 00:08:13,490 --> 00:08:14,710 Are we sure we want to do that, buddy? 193 00:08:14,840 --> 00:08:16,230 Oh, we're sure. 194 00:08:16,360 --> 00:08:17,540 I've been nurturing this bad boy for years. 195 00:08:17,670 --> 00:08:19,360 It's like a third child to me. 196 00:08:19,490 --> 00:08:22,320 Well, you know what they say: a joyful mate, tranquil state. 197 00:08:22,450 --> 00:08:24,760 There's a lot more of those sayings than I realized. 198 00:08:24,890 --> 00:08:26,370 That's because, uh, compromise is the bedrock 199 00:08:26,500 --> 00:08:28,630 of any healthy relationship. 200 00:08:28,760 --> 00:08:31,720 And Tim, you're never supposed to stop dating your wife. 201 00:08:33,770 --> 00:08:36,120 PARKER:Thank you for speaking with us, Congresswoman. 202 00:08:36,250 --> 00:08:38,030 Of course. 203 00:08:38,160 --> 00:08:39,780 I was shocked to learn of Lieutenant Greene's murder. 204 00:08:39,900 --> 00:08:41,520 I'll help you any way I can. 205 00:08:41,650 --> 00:08:44,690 We've, uh, requested access to his flight cameras. 206 00:08:44,820 --> 00:08:46,390 We're hoping they might shed a little more light 207 00:08:46,520 --> 00:08:48,520 on his testimony. 208 00:08:48,650 --> 00:08:51,000 Do you think that testimony has something to do with his death? 209 00:08:51,130 --> 00:08:53,180 The timing suggests that it might. 210 00:08:53,310 --> 00:08:54,960 I'm happy to show you the requested footage. 211 00:08:55,090 --> 00:08:57,440 Here. Once. 212 00:08:57,580 --> 00:08:59,270 You'll see all you need to know. 213 00:08:59,400 --> 00:09:00,930 GREENE [over video]: You seeing this? 214 00:09:01,060 --> 00:09:02,620 I'm having trouble gauging its size. 215 00:09:02,750 --> 00:09:04,500 PILOT 1: I don't believe this. 216 00:09:04,630 --> 00:09:06,630 PILOT 2: What the hell is that? 217 00:09:06,760 --> 00:09:09,810 GREENE: It's slicing through a 100-knot wind like it's nothing. 218 00:09:09,940 --> 00:09:12,370 The classified report said, 219 00:09:12,500 --> 00:09:14,980 "The object performed right-angle turns, 220 00:09:15,110 --> 00:09:17,250 "was able to instantly reverse direction 221 00:09:17,380 --> 00:09:19,860 and could evade radar at will." 222 00:09:19,990 --> 00:09:24,380 [sighs] S-So, we're thinking this is... 223 00:09:24,520 --> 00:09:26,740 Uh, what are we thinking this is? 224 00:09:26,870 --> 00:09:27,950 The Russians. 225 00:09:29,430 --> 00:09:30,390 Intel suggests they've created 226 00:09:30,520 --> 00:09:32,610 a new type of aircraft. 227 00:09:32,740 --> 00:09:34,660 We've code-named it Pantheon. 228 00:09:34,790 --> 00:09:36,750 And now you know as much as we do. 229 00:09:36,880 --> 00:09:38,440 And Lieutenant Greene was the only eyewitness 230 00:09:38,570 --> 00:09:39,880 willing to testify? 231 00:09:40,010 --> 00:09:41,920 Correct. We were just about to read him 232 00:09:42,050 --> 00:09:44,320 into the program so we could fully debrief him. 233 00:09:44,450 --> 00:09:47,060 Well, whoever killed Greene must have been trying to shut him up. 234 00:09:47,190 --> 00:09:51,150 Director Vance, you need to find out who exactly that is. 235 00:09:51,280 --> 00:09:54,020 It is of vital national security interest, 236 00:09:54,150 --> 00:09:55,940 and Greene's killer is the best lead we've had. 237 00:09:56,070 --> 00:09:57,200 Understood. 238 00:09:57,330 --> 00:09:58,900 Keep me informed. 239 00:09:59,030 --> 00:09:59,940 Will do. 240 00:10:00,070 --> 00:10:01,030 The Russians, 241 00:10:01,160 --> 00:10:02,550 outflying our fighter pilots? 242 00:10:02,680 --> 00:10:03,820 I think I'd prefer aliens. 243 00:10:03,950 --> 00:10:05,730 Maybe they want to eat us, maybe they don't. 244 00:10:05,860 --> 00:10:08,120 Yeah, but we know what the Russians want. 245 00:10:10,040 --> 00:10:12,560 Kasie, please tell me you found something 246 00:10:12,690 --> 00:10:14,430 in the tissue sample Jimmy sent up. 247 00:10:14,570 --> 00:10:17,000 What's up? You're not normally this needy. 248 00:10:17,130 --> 00:10:19,570 Well, Director Vance just lit a fire under my ass, 249 00:10:19,700 --> 00:10:20,830 and I got nothing. 250 00:10:20,960 --> 00:10:22,700 Mm. I've got something. 251 00:10:22,830 --> 00:10:25,450 Our victim received half a dozen phone calls 252 00:10:25,580 --> 00:10:27,270 shortly before he was killed. 253 00:10:27,400 --> 00:10:29,360 All lasting less than two seconds each. 254 00:10:29,490 --> 00:10:30,800 That's strange. You trace them yet? 255 00:10:30,930 --> 00:10:32,190 Mm. 256 00:10:32,320 --> 00:10:33,500 Be my guest. 257 00:10:33,630 --> 00:10:35,720 You know, Torres is right. 258 00:10:35,850 --> 00:10:37,890 Our victim was a pretty credible guy. 259 00:10:38,020 --> 00:10:39,590 I know, right? 260 00:10:39,720 --> 00:10:40,720 If he'd said to me point-blank 261 00:10:40,850 --> 00:10:42,330 that he definitely saw E.T., 262 00:10:42,460 --> 00:10:44,900 I would believe him as much as if you'd said it to me. 263 00:10:45,030 --> 00:10:46,990 Funny you should say that-- 264 00:10:47,120 --> 00:10:48,730 I was out camping 265 00:10:48,860 --> 00:10:51,250 with some friends one night and I saw... 266 00:10:51,380 --> 00:10:52,860 [quietly]: something. 267 00:10:53,000 --> 00:10:56,090 And 100% it was either a ghost or an alien, 268 00:10:56,220 --> 00:10:57,350 and I just haven't figured out 269 00:10:57,480 --> 00:10:58,870 which one creeps me out less, so... 270 00:10:59,000 --> 00:11:00,350 let's just leave it at that. 271 00:11:00,480 --> 00:11:01,740 [exhales, chuckles] 272 00:11:01,870 --> 00:11:03,140 Okay. Your turn to share. 273 00:11:03,270 --> 00:11:04,660 Share what? 274 00:11:04,790 --> 00:11:06,490 Well, there's rumors going around 275 00:11:06,620 --> 00:11:07,750 that Delilah's filing for legal separation 276 00:11:07,880 --> 00:11:09,050 over your goatee. 277 00:11:09,190 --> 00:11:11,100 There's a rumor about my goatee? 278 00:11:11,230 --> 00:11:12,320 Mm. Slow news day. 279 00:11:12,450 --> 00:11:13,620 Don't worry about it. I got it handled. 280 00:11:13,760 --> 00:11:15,370 Took Jimmy's advice, told Delilah 281 00:11:15,500 --> 00:11:16,630 that I'm willing to compromise. 282 00:11:17,930 --> 00:11:20,500 So, you're shaving half your face?No. 283 00:11:20,630 --> 00:11:22,070 Delilah is making an online poll 284 00:11:22,200 --> 00:11:23,500 for my coworkers. 285 00:11:23,630 --> 00:11:25,640 So whatever you guys decide, she'll agree to. 286 00:11:25,770 --> 00:11:26,940 Which, you know, basically means 287 00:11:27,070 --> 00:11:28,420 I'm keeping my goatee. 288 00:11:28,550 --> 00:11:30,420 Team NCIS and all that? 289 00:11:30,550 --> 00:11:32,250 Mm... 290 00:11:32,380 --> 00:11:33,640 Kasie? 291 00:11:33,780 --> 00:11:36,910 [exhales] Sometimes change is good. 292 00:11:37,040 --> 00:11:38,690 Kasie. Oh! 293 00:11:41,170 --> 00:11:42,350 What the... 294 00:11:42,480 --> 00:11:43,700 Wait-- shove over. 295 00:11:45,090 --> 00:11:46,000 What just happened? 296 00:11:46,140 --> 00:11:47,830 The sample Jimmy sent up 297 00:11:47,960 --> 00:11:50,230 just blew out Mass Spec's ionizer. 298 00:11:51,270 --> 00:11:52,840 The good news is, 299 00:11:52,970 --> 00:11:54,490 it was at least able to identify the substance 300 00:11:54,620 --> 00:11:56,280 he pulled from the victim's wounds. 301 00:11:56,410 --> 00:11:58,840 McGEE: "Atomic element 116." 302 00:11:58,970 --> 00:12:01,150 And the bad news is, we will not be able 303 00:12:01,280 --> 00:12:02,410 to trace this back to the killer. 304 00:12:02,540 --> 00:12:03,760 Why not? 305 00:12:03,890 --> 00:12:08,030 Element 116 doesn't exist on the Earth. 306 00:12:08,160 --> 00:12:09,810 Which means what, exactly? 307 00:12:11,070 --> 00:12:12,470 You tell me. 308 00:12:24,700 --> 00:12:26,350 PARKER: I hear the BLT's good here. 309 00:12:26,480 --> 00:12:28,480 Best this side of Anacostia. 310 00:12:28,610 --> 00:12:30,180 [exhales] 311 00:12:32,010 --> 00:12:33,620 Would you like a bite? 312 00:12:33,750 --> 00:12:35,310 I'm good. 313 00:12:35,450 --> 00:12:36,620 So... 314 00:12:36,750 --> 00:12:38,580 Uh... 315 00:12:38,710 --> 00:12:40,890 Yeah, funny thing... 316 00:12:41,020 --> 00:12:43,850 Um, in fact, it's a real laugh riot. 317 00:12:43,980 --> 00:12:46,670 Let me guess, you got a lead on Lieutenant Greene's killer. 318 00:12:46,800 --> 00:12:47,940 Uh, yep. 319 00:12:48,070 --> 00:12:49,550 Russians? 320 00:12:49,680 --> 00:12:52,680 It's actually a little further than Russia. 321 00:12:53,860 --> 00:12:55,600 It appears that 322 00:12:55,730 --> 00:12:57,680 this, uh... 323 00:12:57,820 --> 00:13:00,120 Spit it out, Agent Parker. 324 00:13:01,470 --> 00:13:03,470 Aliens killed the lieutenant. 325 00:13:05,130 --> 00:13:06,000 Oh, come on. 326 00:13:06,130 --> 00:13:07,390 I know.You... 327 00:13:07,520 --> 00:13:08,650 You don't really-- 328 00:13:08,780 --> 00:13:10,090 You don't really believe... 329 00:13:10,220 --> 00:13:12,480 [stammers] I didn't say I believed. 330 00:13:12,610 --> 00:13:14,570 Do you believe this? 331 00:13:14,700 --> 00:13:18,230 Well, it's either that or, uh, Kasie made a mistake. 332 00:13:18,360 --> 00:13:20,400 Or..."Or." I can't wait to hear what's behind door number three. 333 00:13:20,530 --> 00:13:22,580 The Russians have found a way to synthesize 334 00:13:22,710 --> 00:13:25,360 this element 116 or whatever and use it 335 00:13:25,500 --> 00:13:27,800 for ammunition, which no one has ever done before. 336 00:13:27,930 --> 00:13:29,190 Let's go with that. 337 00:13:29,330 --> 00:13:30,590 Okay, then-then that means... 338 00:13:30,720 --> 00:13:31,890 It means that this Pantheon 339 00:13:32,020 --> 00:13:34,980 is a lot more advanced than we thought. 340 00:13:35,110 --> 00:13:36,590 Please tell me you have another lead. 341 00:13:36,720 --> 00:13:39,200 Well, McGee traced some weird phone calls to the victim, 342 00:13:39,340 --> 00:13:41,030 uh, right before he was killed. 343 00:13:41,160 --> 00:13:44,470 Someone from a company called Above and Beyond. 344 00:13:44,600 --> 00:13:46,120 That seems fitting. 345 00:13:46,260 --> 00:13:48,820 We think this caller knows something about Pantheon? 346 00:13:48,950 --> 00:13:50,520 Torres and Knight are on their way to find out. 347 00:13:50,650 --> 00:13:51,430 All right, keep me posted. 348 00:13:51,560 --> 00:13:52,870 All right. 349 00:13:53,000 --> 00:13:54,610 [phone chimes] 350 00:13:56,180 --> 00:13:57,180 Uh-oh. 351 00:13:57,310 --> 00:13:58,750 What now? 352 00:13:58,880 --> 00:14:01,010 Delilah's online poll just came out. 353 00:14:01,140 --> 00:14:02,790 Am I supposed to know what that means? 354 00:14:02,920 --> 00:14:05,010 It means I have to pick a side. 355 00:14:06,320 --> 00:14:07,750 Suddenly, the idea that the Russians 356 00:14:07,890 --> 00:14:10,760 have a new superweapon doesn't seem so bad. 357 00:14:13,410 --> 00:14:15,590 This is my chief technology officer's extension. 358 00:14:15,720 --> 00:14:18,460 You're saying he called your victim, like, on the phone? 359 00:14:18,590 --> 00:14:19,770 Just before he was killed. 360 00:14:19,900 --> 00:14:21,030 Are you sure? 361 00:14:21,160 --> 00:14:22,990 Danny doesn't really seem like the type. 362 00:14:23,120 --> 00:14:25,250 The type to what? Murder someone? 363 00:14:25,380 --> 00:14:28,470 Talk to an actual human. 364 00:14:28,600 --> 00:14:31,690 SILCOTT: And how many grandkids do you have? 365 00:14:31,820 --> 00:14:35,220 Why are you talking to me like I'm an idiot? 366 00:14:35,350 --> 00:14:37,520 I'm just asking a question. 367 00:14:37,650 --> 00:14:39,260 What exactly do you do here? 368 00:14:39,400 --> 00:14:40,960 We resurrect the dead. 369 00:14:41,090 --> 00:14:42,700 We do not resurrect the dead. 370 00:14:42,830 --> 00:14:44,660 We create virtually interactive 371 00:14:44,790 --> 00:14:47,270 personality AIs of the deceased. 372 00:14:47,400 --> 00:14:49,710 This doesn't involve holograms, does it? 373 00:14:49,840 --> 00:14:51,540 Grandma kicks the bucket, 374 00:14:51,670 --> 00:14:54,710 we take her emails, her texts, her Facebook posts, and then, 375 00:14:54,850 --> 00:14:56,500 create a new Grandma you can talk to. 376 00:14:56,630 --> 00:14:59,550 Did my kids sign me up for this garbage? 377 00:14:59,680 --> 00:15:01,420 Is it too late to change my will? 378 00:15:01,550 --> 00:15:02,770 We're still in beta. 379 00:15:02,900 --> 00:15:03,720 Yeah, and we will be forever 380 00:15:03,850 --> 00:15:05,860 if you keep interrupting me. 381 00:15:05,990 --> 00:15:07,730 They're from NCIS. 382 00:15:07,860 --> 00:15:09,470 Some guy you called last night was murdered. 383 00:15:11,210 --> 00:15:12,470 Elliot? 384 00:15:12,600 --> 00:15:13,820 What happened? 385 00:15:13,950 --> 00:15:15,300 You tell us. 386 00:15:15,430 --> 00:15:16,910 You called him half a dozen times yesterday 387 00:15:17,040 --> 00:15:18,650 before he was killed. 388 00:15:18,780 --> 00:15:22,090 I wanted to tell him about a UAP sighting in his area. 389 00:15:24,830 --> 00:15:26,490 You guys talk about UFOs a lot? 390 00:15:26,620 --> 00:15:29,620 UAPs, and no. 391 00:15:29,750 --> 00:15:31,660 I barely knew Greene. 392 00:15:31,800 --> 00:15:33,450 We belonged to the same watch group. 393 00:15:33,580 --> 00:15:35,670 We passed sightings along to each other. 394 00:15:35,800 --> 00:15:37,150 I heard about one in his area, and I was calling 395 00:15:37,280 --> 00:15:38,370 to let him know. 396 00:15:38,500 --> 00:15:39,630 But I wasn't able to get through. 397 00:15:39,760 --> 00:15:41,810 Kept getting static. 398 00:15:41,940 --> 00:15:43,330 Like the call was being blocked. 399 00:15:43,460 --> 00:15:44,980 GRANDMA: Oh, come on. 400 00:15:45,110 --> 00:15:47,030 Is anyone buying this crap? 401 00:15:49,200 --> 00:15:50,600 Lovely woman. 402 00:15:50,730 --> 00:15:52,990 We're gonna need to hear more about those sightings. 403 00:15:53,120 --> 00:15:54,510 And if you happen to know anyone who wants 404 00:15:54,640 --> 00:15:56,990 Lieutenant Greene dead, we'll take that, too. 405 00:15:57,130 --> 00:15:59,300 Well, everyone in that watch group 406 00:15:59,430 --> 00:16:01,650 pretty much hated Greene, how's that? 407 00:16:01,780 --> 00:16:04,960 But you are Feds, so... 408 00:16:05,090 --> 00:16:06,960 good luck trying to get them to talk to you. 409 00:16:08,790 --> 00:16:11,620 GRANDMA: Are we playing Canasta or what? 410 00:16:11,750 --> 00:16:14,360 McGEE: The group is called the Galactic Watch Society. 411 00:16:14,490 --> 00:16:15,840 Of course it is. 412 00:16:15,970 --> 00:16:16,840 Lieutenant Greene got pretty active 413 00:16:16,970 --> 00:16:18,620 in their online forum 414 00:16:18,760 --> 00:16:20,980 after his initial encounter with Pantheon. 415 00:16:21,110 --> 00:16:23,280 Yeah, there's about 12 members in their local chapter. 416 00:16:23,410 --> 00:16:25,280 And they meet once a week in Rock Creek Park 417 00:16:25,410 --> 00:16:27,290 to skywatch. 418 00:16:27,420 --> 00:16:29,460 And all of them had some kind of beef with the lieutenant? 419 00:16:29,590 --> 00:16:30,990 Supposedly. 420 00:16:31,120 --> 00:16:32,860 Not sure what yet, though. 421 00:16:32,990 --> 00:16:35,290 But I don't think they're gonna be too eager to talk to us. 422 00:16:35,420 --> 00:16:36,510 Yeah, we're the men in black. 423 00:16:36,640 --> 00:16:38,730 That's kind of awesome.I know, right? 424 00:16:38,860 --> 00:16:42,390 Okay, so we go in undercover. 425 00:16:42,520 --> 00:16:43,870 Knight? Torres? 426 00:16:44,000 --> 00:16:45,560 Mm-mm. No, thank you.No. 427 00:16:45,700 --> 00:16:46,870 What's the problem? 428 00:16:47,000 --> 00:16:48,960 Look, drug dealers I can do all day. 429 00:16:49,090 --> 00:16:51,790 Geek land? Not so much. 430 00:16:51,920 --> 00:16:53,010 Hey, I'll go in your place 431 00:16:53,140 --> 00:16:55,140 if you, uh, vote for me in Delilah's poll. 432 00:16:57,320 --> 00:16:59,750 Wait, wh-- are you not gonna vote for me? 433 00:17:01,060 --> 00:17:02,710 I haven't decided yet. 434 00:17:02,840 --> 00:17:04,100 Wait, Parker, back me up here. 435 00:17:04,240 --> 00:17:07,200 Hey, a man's facial hair is sacrosanct, Torres. 436 00:17:07,320 --> 00:17:09,020 I'll take the deal.Sorry, Knight, 437 00:17:09,150 --> 00:17:10,760 we're gonna need you in geek land. 438 00:17:11,760 --> 00:17:13,200 Ugh. 439 00:17:13,330 --> 00:17:14,990 GROUP LEADER: Before we go out for the night, 440 00:17:15,120 --> 00:17:16,990 we have a few new people here today. 441 00:17:17,120 --> 00:17:19,470 This is Doug and his sister Kim. 442 00:17:19,600 --> 00:17:21,640 [fingers snapping] 443 00:17:27,170 --> 00:17:29,130 Why don't we start with you, Kim? 444 00:17:29,260 --> 00:17:30,390 Start with what? 445 00:17:30,520 --> 00:17:32,390 GROUP LEADER: Your first sighting? 446 00:17:32,520 --> 00:17:33,740 Oh, this should be good. 447 00:17:33,870 --> 00:17:35,920 Ooh, you know, y-you're probably 448 00:17:36,050 --> 00:17:38,570 not gonna believe this, but I have... 449 00:17:38,700 --> 00:17:41,490 I've never actually, you know, seen a UFO. 450 00:17:41,620 --> 00:17:43,450 She means "UAP." 451 00:17:43,580 --> 00:17:44,750 KNIGHT: UAP. 452 00:17:44,880 --> 00:17:47,020 Never seen one. Uh, but... 453 00:17:47,150 --> 00:17:49,630 my brother, though-- ho, ho-- my brother, he is... 454 00:17:49,760 --> 00:17:52,150 the man to talk to. 455 00:17:52,280 --> 00:17:54,890 Okay, this should be even better. 456 00:17:55,030 --> 00:17:57,510 Hang on. I think I'm getting a signal. 457 00:17:57,640 --> 00:17:58,590 I'm getting some kind of static 458 00:17:58,720 --> 00:18:00,290 on the 400 K band. 459 00:18:00,420 --> 00:18:02,770 In the direction of Ceres Five. 460 00:18:02,900 --> 00:18:04,430 Yo, yo, yo, can they hear us talking? 461 00:18:04,560 --> 00:18:05,170 [shushes] 462 00:18:07,470 --> 00:18:08,950 Um... 463 00:18:09,080 --> 00:18:12,090 That is the sound I heard outside my window. 464 00:18:12,220 --> 00:18:13,390 "Shh." 465 00:18:13,520 --> 00:18:15,000 Shh. 466 00:18:15,130 --> 00:18:16,610 I went to bed on a Thursday, 467 00:18:16,740 --> 00:18:17,440 woke up, 468 00:18:17,570 --> 00:18:19,920 it was Sunday. 469 00:18:20,050 --> 00:18:21,700 Where was I all that time? 470 00:18:24,010 --> 00:18:26,360 Face down on a toilet. 471 00:18:26,490 --> 00:18:28,150 [chuckles] 472 00:18:30,020 --> 00:18:32,370 I was just kidding. 473 00:18:32,500 --> 00:18:35,630 Then I saw Lieutenant Greene's testimony the other day and... 474 00:18:37,330 --> 00:18:39,160 All right, thank you for sharing, but I think 475 00:18:39,290 --> 00:18:41,590 we've heard enough about Lieutenant Greene this week. 476 00:18:49,990 --> 00:18:50,860 Can I get a sitrep? 477 00:18:50,990 --> 00:18:51,820 TORRES: It's been two hours, 478 00:18:51,950 --> 00:18:54,780 and all I have learned is that 479 00:18:54,910 --> 00:18:57,040 the printing press, microchips and Velcro 480 00:18:57,170 --> 00:18:58,920 were all invented by aliens. 481 00:18:59,050 --> 00:19:00,350 What about Lieutenant Greene? 482 00:19:00,480 --> 00:19:01,920 Our intel was good. 483 00:19:02,050 --> 00:19:04,700 He is not the most popular guy in this crazy town. 484 00:19:04,830 --> 00:19:06,440 Any particular reason? 485 00:19:06,580 --> 00:19:09,010 It seems like there's a lot of money in this field. 486 00:19:09,140 --> 00:19:11,410 A bunch of the members had, uh, podcasts in the works, 487 00:19:11,540 --> 00:19:13,190 and book deals and stuff. 488 00:19:13,320 --> 00:19:15,020 But that all got put on hold 489 00:19:15,150 --> 00:19:17,370 when Greene testified before Congress. 490 00:19:17,500 --> 00:19:20,150 Well, not a lot of people with his credibility come forward. 491 00:19:20,280 --> 00:19:21,890 He sucked all the oxygen out of the room. 492 00:19:22,030 --> 00:19:23,370 And the money. 493 00:19:23,510 --> 00:19:25,250 McGee and Knight are trying to see 494 00:19:25,380 --> 00:19:27,900 who's got alibis on the DL, but, uh... 495 00:19:28,030 --> 00:19:29,340 it's gonna be a long night. 496 00:19:29,470 --> 00:19:30,690 Better you than me, buddy. 497 00:19:30,820 --> 00:19:33,250 Living the dream. 498 00:19:33,380 --> 00:19:35,300 GROUP MEMBER: Nestor makes an interesting point 499 00:19:35,430 --> 00:19:37,910 about the temperament of Andromeda's life-forms 500 00:19:38,040 --> 00:19:40,220 and their potential for hostile exploration. 501 00:19:40,350 --> 00:19:41,570 GROUP LEADER: I don't know, there's no indication 502 00:19:41,700 --> 00:19:44,350 that the Greys or the reptilians would be hostile. 503 00:19:44,480 --> 00:19:45,480 So, they could be friendly. 504 00:19:45,610 --> 00:19:47,830 [fingers snapping] 505 00:19:47,960 --> 00:19:49,970 Nick. Wake up. Wake up.Hey. Hey. 506 00:19:50,100 --> 00:19:51,970 You okay?What the hell's going on? 507 00:19:52,100 --> 00:19:52,970 Dude, where have you been? 508 00:19:53,100 --> 00:19:54,410 I-I've been right here. 509 00:19:54,540 --> 00:19:56,410 I've been sitting in my c... 510 00:19:56,540 --> 00:19:58,190 Wait a second. 511 00:19:59,240 --> 00:20:00,280 Wait... 512 00:20:02,280 --> 00:20:03,720 Is this where I parked? 513 00:20:03,850 --> 00:20:05,550 No. No. 514 00:20:05,680 --> 00:20:06,550 We have been looking for you 515 00:20:06,680 --> 00:20:07,550 for the past six hours. 516 00:20:07,680 --> 00:20:08,680 You're messing with me. 517 00:20:08,810 --> 00:20:10,120 Are you messing with us? 518 00:20:10,250 --> 00:20:11,210 No, I'm not messing with you. 519 00:20:11,340 --> 00:20:12,640 One second, I'm sitting in my car, 520 00:20:12,770 --> 00:20:14,120 and the next, you're banging on the window 521 00:20:14,250 --> 00:20:15,250 and telling me it's... 522 00:20:15,380 --> 00:20:17,120 Six hours later. 523 00:20:17,250 --> 00:20:18,780 Yeah, six hours later. 524 00:20:29,180 --> 00:20:30,700 So far, everything looks good 525 00:20:30,830 --> 00:20:32,310 except you do have this rash on your hand. 526 00:20:32,440 --> 00:20:33,660 Any idea how you got it? 527 00:20:33,790 --> 00:20:35,190 No clue. No clue. One second, 528 00:20:35,320 --> 00:20:36,230 I'm closing my eyes, and then, 529 00:20:36,360 --> 00:20:37,490 all of a sudden, 530 00:20:37,620 --> 00:20:40,670 McGee and Knight were all up in my grill. 531 00:20:40,800 --> 00:20:42,710 We found him about two miles 532 00:20:42,850 --> 00:20:44,670 from where the car was originally parked. 533 00:20:44,800 --> 00:20:45,980 Looked like he was sleeping. 534 00:20:46,110 --> 00:20:48,200 With my clothes on. With my clothes on. 535 00:20:48,330 --> 00:20:49,900 What does that have to do with anything? 536 00:20:50,030 --> 00:20:52,200 Uh, you know, just stating the facts. 537 00:20:52,330 --> 00:20:55,210 Your car's GPS had no record of the trip. 538 00:20:55,340 --> 00:20:56,640 Neither did your cell. 539 00:20:56,770 --> 00:20:58,380 It's pretty strange. 540 00:20:58,510 --> 00:20:59,820 Well, if I didn't know any better, 541 00:20:59,950 --> 00:21:01,520 I'd say this definitely sounds like... 542 00:21:01,650 --> 00:21:03,080 A textbook alien abduction. 543 00:21:03,210 --> 00:21:04,650 Oh, come on. 544 00:21:05,960 --> 00:21:08,350 Man, I take it back. 545 00:21:08,480 --> 00:21:10,390 Cocoonis no longer my favorite movie. 546 00:21:10,530 --> 00:21:12,480 You know, I didn't want to admit it to Parker, 547 00:21:12,610 --> 00:21:14,530 but maybe it's not the Russians. 548 00:21:14,660 --> 00:21:16,180 Does it hurt to sit down, Nick? 549 00:21:16,310 --> 00:21:18,230 No.Sure you don't want a cushion? 550 00:21:18,360 --> 00:21:19,400 Yeah, I'm pretty sure I don't want a cushion. 551 00:21:19,530 --> 00:21:21,100 Can we just focus on where I was 552 00:21:21,230 --> 00:21:22,490 and why I can't remember anything? 553 00:21:22,620 --> 00:21:23,760 Well, it's because you were drugged. 554 00:21:23,890 --> 00:21:25,630 Kasie found a sedative in your bloodwork. 555 00:21:25,760 --> 00:21:26,890 Drugs, see? 556 00:21:27,020 --> 00:21:28,500 Aliens don't use drugs. 557 00:21:28,630 --> 00:21:30,200 Well, TBD. 558 00:21:30,330 --> 00:21:31,150 Who drugged you in the first place? 559 00:21:31,290 --> 00:21:32,810 Well, this particular sedative 560 00:21:32,940 --> 00:21:34,980 can actually get into your bloodstream through touch. 561 00:21:35,110 --> 00:21:36,250 Did you ever leave the car? 562 00:21:36,380 --> 00:21:38,290 Yeah, once. 563 00:21:38,420 --> 00:21:41,560 I had to, uh, you know. 564 00:21:41,690 --> 00:21:44,170 Maybe someone spread some sedative on your door handle 565 00:21:44,300 --> 00:21:45,690 while you were occupied. 566 00:21:45,820 --> 00:21:47,340 It certainly would explain the rash on your hand. 567 00:21:47,480 --> 00:21:50,130 Yeah, but not where I was for six hours. 568 00:21:50,260 --> 00:21:51,740 Dr. Mallard used to say that 569 00:21:51,870 --> 00:21:54,400 memory recall depends on all the senses. 570 00:21:54,530 --> 00:21:56,610 You know, sight, smell. Maybe don't try to 571 00:21:56,750 --> 00:21:57,920 think about what you saw, 572 00:21:58,050 --> 00:21:59,880 but rather what...Right there. 573 00:22:00,010 --> 00:22:02,190 Smell. Now that you mention that, 574 00:22:02,320 --> 00:22:04,410 I do remember a strong odor. 575 00:22:04,540 --> 00:22:05,670 Okay, what was it? 576 00:22:05,800 --> 00:22:07,580 I don't know, I'm not a bloodhound. 577 00:22:07,710 --> 00:22:08,760 All right, well, 578 00:22:08,890 --> 00:22:11,060 we can't put a BOLO out on a smell, 579 00:22:11,190 --> 00:22:12,540 and a sketch artist isn't gonna be any help. 580 00:22:12,670 --> 00:22:14,150 Ooh. 581 00:22:15,200 --> 00:22:17,290 What about a scent artist? 582 00:22:20,200 --> 00:22:21,990 I am touched Jimmy remembered 583 00:22:22,120 --> 00:22:23,900 my fascination with olfactory science. 584 00:22:24,030 --> 00:22:26,210 Did you know the human nose has-- 585 00:22:26,340 --> 00:22:27,470 Six million sensory neurons. 586 00:22:27,600 --> 00:22:28,470 Oh, I'm impressed. 587 00:22:28,600 --> 00:22:29,870 I've got a deviated septum 588 00:22:30,000 --> 00:22:31,520 and a chatty doctor. 589 00:22:31,650 --> 00:22:33,220 Okay, so, we've eliminated 590 00:22:33,350 --> 00:22:35,130 eight of the ten key odor categories, 591 00:22:35,260 --> 00:22:37,000 including woody, minty 592 00:22:37,130 --> 00:22:38,530 and, nature's favorite, decay, 593 00:22:38,660 --> 00:22:41,220 which leaves us with sweet and pungent. 594 00:22:41,360 --> 00:22:44,180 I have got a lucky feeling about this one. 595 00:22:45,880 --> 00:22:48,060 No, still a little too cough syrupy. 596 00:22:48,190 --> 00:22:49,890 That's nothing that a dash 597 00:22:50,020 --> 00:22:51,190 of 3-methylphenol won't fix. 598 00:22:53,020 --> 00:22:55,020 [groans] 599 00:22:55,150 --> 00:22:56,020 It's like old Band-Aids. 600 00:22:56,150 --> 00:22:57,550 We're going the wrong way. 601 00:22:57,680 --> 00:23:00,330 No, actually, I think we're getting closer. 602 00:23:00,460 --> 00:23:01,940 Try this. 603 00:23:06,510 --> 00:23:07,950 That's it. Wherever I was taken 604 00:23:08,080 --> 00:23:09,300 smelled just like this. 605 00:23:09,430 --> 00:23:11,430 Like my abuela'sfeet. 606 00:23:11,560 --> 00:23:13,870 Uh, no offense to Grams, 607 00:23:14,000 --> 00:23:15,210 but that's a hard pass. 608 00:23:15,350 --> 00:23:17,260 So, what is it? 609 00:23:17,390 --> 00:23:19,610 The chemical compound found in liquid correction fluid. 610 00:23:19,740 --> 00:23:22,570 Why did your abuela'sfeet smell like Wite-Out? 611 00:23:22,700 --> 00:23:24,090 I don't know, what did yours smell like? 612 00:23:24,220 --> 00:23:26,360 I don't know, I didn't smell my grandma's feet. 613 00:23:26,490 --> 00:23:28,100 This begs a lot of questions, Nick. 614 00:23:28,230 --> 00:23:29,970 Yeah, like how all this 615 00:23:30,100 --> 00:23:31,970 is going to help me find out where I was taken. 616 00:23:32,100 --> 00:23:33,840 Fair enough. 617 00:23:33,970 --> 00:23:35,060 What do you think, Kase? 618 00:23:35,190 --> 00:23:38,020 Was Torres locked in an office supply closet? 619 00:23:38,150 --> 00:23:39,890 No, too many other strong smells 620 00:23:40,020 --> 00:23:41,240 for this one to dominate. 621 00:23:41,370 --> 00:23:42,720 He had to be somewhere where there was a lot of it. 622 00:23:42,850 --> 00:23:44,460 Do they still make Wite-Out? 623 00:23:44,590 --> 00:23:46,160 KASIE:Yes, but 624 00:23:46,290 --> 00:23:47,510 one of their competitors 625 00:23:47,640 --> 00:23:49,250 went out of business last year. 626 00:23:49,380 --> 00:23:51,290 They have a closed factory 627 00:23:51,430 --> 00:23:52,300 not too far from where 628 00:23:52,430 --> 00:23:53,600 Torres was staked out. 629 00:23:57,820 --> 00:24:00,040 [distant train horn blows] 630 00:24:00,170 --> 00:24:01,170 KNIGHT: So what's the verdict? 631 00:24:01,300 --> 00:24:04,260 Secret alien hideout? 632 00:24:04,390 --> 00:24:05,740 More like an entire company 633 00:24:05,870 --> 00:24:07,620 wiped out by the delete key. 634 00:24:07,750 --> 00:24:10,440 KNIGHT: This place seems so normal, and yet... 635 00:24:10,570 --> 00:24:12,660 Why am I so creeped out right now? 636 00:24:12,790 --> 00:24:15,450 KNIGHT: I've been creeped out ever since Torres disappeared. 637 00:24:15,580 --> 00:24:18,100 Hey, what if he was body-snatched? 638 00:24:18,230 --> 00:24:19,930 I mean, seriously, how would we even know? 639 00:24:20,060 --> 00:24:21,760 And what if we like this one more? 640 00:24:21,890 --> 00:24:23,110 [phone chimes] 641 00:24:23,240 --> 00:24:24,890 Ooh.What is it? 642 00:24:25,020 --> 00:24:27,240 Final poll results from Delilah. 643 00:24:27,370 --> 00:24:29,680 Oh.Ha ha. Goatee stays. 644 00:24:29,810 --> 00:24:31,200 Ah, good for you. 645 00:24:31,330 --> 00:24:32,470 Not that I was worried, I know you guys were just 646 00:24:32,600 --> 00:24:34,120 busting my... 647 00:24:34,250 --> 00:24:35,990 Wait, the vote was four to one? 648 00:24:36,120 --> 00:24:37,950 Someone tried to throw me under the bus. 649 00:24:39,260 --> 00:24:40,690 You won. Just take the victory. 650 00:24:40,820 --> 00:24:42,650 It was you, wasn't it? 651 00:24:42,780 --> 00:24:45,480 [gasps] You'll never know. 652 00:24:45,610 --> 00:24:47,570 [thud nearby]Freeze, NCIS! 653 00:24:47,700 --> 00:24:49,350 Show yourself! 654 00:24:49,480 --> 00:24:51,010 Something behind you just moved. 655 00:24:51,140 --> 00:24:52,660 [clattering] 656 00:24:53,920 --> 00:24:54,970 [gasps] 657 00:24:57,230 --> 00:24:58,880 [laughs] 658 00:25:00,230 --> 00:25:01,670 Well, that was fun.Right. 659 00:25:03,670 --> 00:25:05,110 Freeze! 660 00:25:07,720 --> 00:25:09,680 [Knight grunts] 661 00:25:13,250 --> 00:25:15,510 McGEE: Uh, Knight? 662 00:25:17,420 --> 00:25:19,160 KNIGHT: What the hell is this place? 663 00:25:20,560 --> 00:25:22,300 I know you. 664 00:25:22,430 --> 00:25:23,430 You're that radio guy 665 00:25:23,560 --> 00:25:24,870 from Lieutenant Greene's UFO group. 666 00:25:25,000 --> 00:25:26,690 UAP. 667 00:25:26,820 --> 00:25:29,090 Yeah, I would really let that one go, if I were you. 668 00:25:31,310 --> 00:25:33,830 Okay, weirdo Radio Guy, 669 00:25:33,960 --> 00:25:36,180 aka-- oh-- Nestor Quinn. 670 00:25:36,310 --> 00:25:37,310 Says here you used to be 671 00:25:37,440 --> 00:25:38,360 a private investigator, 672 00:25:38,490 --> 00:25:39,840 before you lost your license 673 00:25:39,970 --> 00:25:41,580 for stealing from a client. 674 00:25:41,710 --> 00:25:43,320 Allegedly. 675 00:25:45,320 --> 00:25:46,710 TORRES: And the warehouse 676 00:25:46,840 --> 00:25:48,540 filled with creepy alien props? 677 00:25:48,670 --> 00:25:50,540 I sell alien merch online now. 678 00:25:50,670 --> 00:25:51,850 Is that a crime? 679 00:25:51,980 --> 00:25:53,290 KNIGHT: No, 680 00:25:53,420 --> 00:25:54,810 but this bag of sedatives 681 00:25:54,940 --> 00:25:56,070 that we found in your truck is. 682 00:25:56,200 --> 00:25:57,770 And, funnily enough, 683 00:25:57,900 --> 00:25:59,470 these are the same sedatives we found-- 684 00:25:59,600 --> 00:26:01,420 In me.Drugging and kidnapping 685 00:26:01,560 --> 00:26:02,860 a federal agent. 686 00:26:02,990 --> 00:26:04,210 Side hobby of yours? 687 00:26:04,340 --> 00:26:06,120 Okay, listen. 688 00:26:06,260 --> 00:26:07,820 Last night at group, 689 00:26:07,950 --> 00:26:09,210 I picked up your signal, 690 00:26:09,350 --> 00:26:10,870 so I tracked the source and... 691 00:26:11,000 --> 00:26:14,180 "borrowed" you to figure out who the hell you were. 692 00:26:14,310 --> 00:26:15,700 "Borrowed"? 693 00:26:15,830 --> 00:26:17,920 It's a thing. In my line of work. 694 00:26:18,050 --> 00:26:19,360 But as soon as I realized you were a Fed, 695 00:26:19,490 --> 00:26:20,880 I mean, I put you right back, so... 696 00:26:21,010 --> 00:26:23,450 no harm, no foul? Or... 697 00:26:23,580 --> 00:26:25,010 We have a dead Navy pilot. 698 00:26:25,140 --> 00:26:26,970 That's a foul. 699 00:26:30,500 --> 00:26:32,800 I had nothing to do with this. 700 00:26:32,930 --> 00:26:34,940 Oh, please. We found an entire dossier 701 00:26:35,070 --> 00:26:36,720 on Lieutenant Greene on your laptop. 702 00:26:38,200 --> 00:26:39,680 So, what's this line of work? 703 00:26:39,810 --> 00:26:41,680 Yeah, this is not what it looks like. 704 00:26:41,810 --> 00:26:43,070 Yeah, it looks like you were hired to kill him. 705 00:26:43,210 --> 00:26:44,380 No.And I think that gets you 706 00:26:44,510 --> 00:26:45,420 life in prison. 707 00:26:45,560 --> 00:26:46,900 I was hired to discredit him. 708 00:26:47,910 --> 00:26:49,170 Go on. 709 00:26:50,560 --> 00:26:52,480 Um... 710 00:26:52,610 --> 00:26:55,650 I don't sell alien merch online. 711 00:26:55,780 --> 00:26:59,260 I sell another... service. 712 00:26:59,400 --> 00:27:01,350 When someone sees something they're not supposed to, 713 00:27:01,480 --> 00:27:04,440 I go in and, uh... 714 00:27:04,570 --> 00:27:06,790 And what?Make them look crazy. 715 00:27:06,920 --> 00:27:08,490 It's called "buzzing," okay? 716 00:27:08,620 --> 00:27:10,750 It can be simple, like putting a funny alien mask on 717 00:27:10,890 --> 00:27:11,760 and making weird noises 718 00:27:11,890 --> 00:27:13,500 outside their bedroom, or, you know, 719 00:27:13,630 --> 00:27:15,450 more complex like... 720 00:27:15,590 --> 00:27:17,280 Drugging and kidnapping them? 721 00:27:17,410 --> 00:27:19,420 If someone's blabbing about the alien that probed them, 722 00:27:19,550 --> 00:27:20,900 nobody's gonna believe them 723 00:27:21,030 --> 00:27:22,070 about the one they saw in the sky. 724 00:27:22,200 --> 00:27:23,720 When you say probed... 725 00:27:23,850 --> 00:27:25,420 Who hired you? 726 00:27:25,550 --> 00:27:26,770 I don't-- I don't know. 727 00:27:26,900 --> 00:27:28,860 I mean, I get all my instructions via text. 728 00:27:28,990 --> 00:27:30,560 All I know is that 729 00:27:30,690 --> 00:27:32,120 someone didn't like what Greene saw 730 00:27:32,250 --> 00:27:33,520 and wanted to make sure that nobody believed him. 731 00:27:33,650 --> 00:27:35,130 But the thing is, 732 00:27:35,260 --> 00:27:36,870 I never got a chance to buzz him. 733 00:27:38,040 --> 00:27:39,780 Someone took him out first. 734 00:27:41,090 --> 00:27:42,480 What did Lieutenant Greene see? 735 00:27:42,610 --> 00:27:46,400 You tell me. You tell me. 736 00:27:48,400 --> 00:27:50,490 This guy has an interesting job. 737 00:27:50,620 --> 00:27:52,060 Well, his alibi checks out. 738 00:27:52,190 --> 00:27:53,060 He's not our killer. 739 00:27:53,190 --> 00:27:54,540 We gotta find out who hired him. 740 00:27:54,670 --> 00:27:57,110 Well, you are in luck there 741 00:27:57,240 --> 00:27:58,500 because Kasie was able to 742 00:27:58,630 --> 00:27:59,930 trace the texts that he got. 743 00:28:03,240 --> 00:28:04,030 Pick him up. 744 00:28:09,330 --> 00:28:10,730 KNIGHT: Well? 745 00:28:10,860 --> 00:28:12,640 You made a mistake. 746 00:28:12,770 --> 00:28:14,430 I didn't send these texts. 747 00:28:14,560 --> 00:28:15,950 Says right there that you did. 748 00:28:16,080 --> 00:28:18,210 No, it actually says you found 749 00:28:18,340 --> 00:28:21,040 my cell phone's IMEI in the recipient's data cache. 750 00:28:21,170 --> 00:28:23,440 I literally understood not a word you said. 751 00:28:23,570 --> 00:28:25,830 It means all you discovered 752 00:28:25,960 --> 00:28:27,050 is that I hacked into 753 00:28:27,180 --> 00:28:28,350 that private investigator's phone. 754 00:28:28,480 --> 00:28:30,700 Just arrest him already. 755 00:28:30,830 --> 00:28:32,400 He melds like an idiot. 756 00:28:32,530 --> 00:28:33,920 Do you make it a habit of 757 00:28:34,060 --> 00:28:36,060 hacking into people's cell phones? 758 00:28:36,190 --> 00:28:37,800 No, but I knew that guy was up to something 759 00:28:37,930 --> 00:28:39,970 the moment he walked into our UAP meeting. 760 00:28:40,100 --> 00:28:41,450 So, uh, yeah, 761 00:28:41,580 --> 00:28:42,760 I hacked into his phone. 762 00:28:42,890 --> 00:28:44,330 And I'm glad I did because 763 00:28:44,460 --> 00:28:45,890 I saw the same thing you did. 764 00:28:47,070 --> 00:28:49,370 Someone was after the lieutenant. 765 00:28:49,510 --> 00:28:51,420 So you were calling him that night 766 00:28:51,550 --> 00:28:53,550 because you were trying to warn him. 767 00:28:53,680 --> 00:28:55,290 You know what he saw, don't you? 768 00:28:56,950 --> 00:28:59,300 Lieutenant Greene saw a... 769 00:29:02,130 --> 00:29:04,090 Spit it out, already. 770 00:29:05,960 --> 00:29:08,570 ...an autonomous drone. 771 00:29:08,700 --> 00:29:10,350 Who would somebody go through that much trouble to 772 00:29:10,480 --> 00:29:11,530 cover up a drone? 773 00:29:11,660 --> 00:29:13,790 This one flies all by itself. 774 00:29:13,920 --> 00:29:15,920 No human in the loop. 775 00:29:16,050 --> 00:29:18,190 I bought my sister a drone for Christmas. 776 00:29:18,320 --> 00:29:20,140 This one kills all by itself, too. 777 00:29:24,670 --> 00:29:26,110 And I'm the one who built it. 778 00:29:36,160 --> 00:29:38,820 Dr. Daniel Silcott. PhD in computer science. 779 00:29:38,950 --> 00:29:40,900 Divorced, one son, 780 00:29:41,040 --> 00:29:42,560 killed in a car crash five years ago. 781 00:29:42,690 --> 00:29:44,130 But no more aliens, right? 782 00:29:44,260 --> 00:29:45,210 We're done with the aliens? 783 00:29:45,340 --> 00:29:48,040 Bye-bye, E.T. Hello, Skynet. 784 00:29:49,000 --> 00:29:50,350 For my dissertation, 785 00:29:50,480 --> 00:29:52,920 I had an idea for a new type of AI, 786 00:29:53,050 --> 00:29:55,140 but I couldn't get funding to develop it. 787 00:29:55,270 --> 00:29:57,700 Until he found some shady company 788 00:29:57,830 --> 00:29:59,360 out of Sri Lanka. 789 00:29:59,490 --> 00:30:01,060 What was the idea? 790 00:30:01,190 --> 00:30:02,670 Well, most AIs are trained by throwing terabytes 791 00:30:02,800 --> 00:30:04,320 of data at them, 792 00:30:04,450 --> 00:30:06,890 but my method involved growing one organically, 793 00:30:07,020 --> 00:30:09,020 the same way a human brain develops. 794 00:30:09,150 --> 00:30:12,330 I fed my prototype thousands of hours of footage. 795 00:30:12,460 --> 00:30:15,160 Baby crying, a toddler learning to walk. 796 00:30:15,290 --> 00:30:17,030 The AI eventually got so good 797 00:30:17,160 --> 00:30:19,070 at anticipating what would come next... 798 00:30:19,200 --> 00:30:21,990 It became indistinguishable from the child itself. 799 00:30:22,900 --> 00:30:24,640 And then started killing people? 800 00:30:24,770 --> 00:30:26,650 That wasn't the plan. 801 00:30:26,780 --> 00:30:29,080 I was trying to create a next-gen piloting system. 802 00:30:29,210 --> 00:30:30,870 But the company that funded him 803 00:30:31,000 --> 00:30:33,700 was actually a gray market weapons developer. 804 00:30:33,830 --> 00:30:35,310 Before I even finished my prototype, 805 00:30:35,440 --> 00:30:36,960 they took all my files, cut me off 806 00:30:37,090 --> 00:30:38,790 and disappeared with the AI. 807 00:30:38,920 --> 00:30:40,660 I thought that was the end of it, 808 00:30:40,790 --> 00:30:42,310 so I took my ideas to Above and Beyond, 809 00:30:42,440 --> 00:30:43,400 and I didn't look back. 810 00:30:43,530 --> 00:30:45,270 Until he saw Greene's testimony. 811 00:30:45,400 --> 00:30:46,840 SILCOTT: The way that pilot said 812 00:30:46,970 --> 00:30:48,750 the UAP predicted his every move... 813 00:30:48,890 --> 00:30:50,840 Not an easy task at those speeds, 814 00:30:50,970 --> 00:30:53,370 but one my AI would have excelled at. 815 00:30:53,500 --> 00:30:55,590 So I took a risk and I pinged a backdoor 816 00:30:55,720 --> 00:30:56,980 I had left in the system. 817 00:30:57,110 --> 00:30:58,940 And that's when I saw 818 00:30:59,070 --> 00:31:01,900 the AI was being used in a weapon. 819 00:31:03,290 --> 00:31:05,990 The kind that kills all by itself. 820 00:31:07,770 --> 00:31:09,470 The U.N. issued a moratorium 821 00:31:09,600 --> 00:31:11,210 on autonomous lethal drones. 822 00:31:11,340 --> 00:31:13,650 [chuckles] That ain't stopping these guys. 823 00:31:13,780 --> 00:31:15,300 I joined that UAP group 824 00:31:15,430 --> 00:31:16,960 to make contact with Lieutenant Greene. 825 00:31:17,090 --> 00:31:18,610 We were about to go public, but... 826 00:31:18,740 --> 00:31:19,870 Somebody got to Greene first. 827 00:31:20,000 --> 00:31:21,660 You need to give my people access 828 00:31:21,790 --> 00:31:23,140 to that backdoor now. 829 00:31:24,660 --> 00:31:26,920 Find that company. Shut 'em down. 830 00:31:28,230 --> 00:31:30,010 [door opens] 831 00:31:33,360 --> 00:31:34,930 Straight from the attic. 832 00:31:35,060 --> 00:31:36,280 I haven't seen a short-wave radio since... 833 00:31:36,410 --> 00:31:37,590 never. 834 00:31:37,720 --> 00:31:39,070 Why am I seeing it now? 835 00:31:39,200 --> 00:31:40,720 Well, the backdoor is accessed using an old 836 00:31:40,850 --> 00:31:42,550 short-wave frequency. 837 00:31:42,680 --> 00:31:45,290 So old...It bypasses the modern cryptographic security. 838 00:31:45,420 --> 00:31:46,900 Clever. 839 00:31:47,030 --> 00:31:48,900 Dare I say sexy. 840 00:31:49,030 --> 00:31:50,120 Rather you didn't. 841 00:31:56,560 --> 00:31:59,090 Well, this is a first. 842 00:31:59,220 --> 00:32:01,260 So, uh, what do I do? 843 00:32:01,390 --> 00:32:03,830 Just start asking it questions? 844 00:32:03,960 --> 00:32:06,830 Whenever you're ready. We're in. 845 00:32:06,960 --> 00:32:08,570 Okay. 846 00:32:10,660 --> 00:32:13,800 I'm Special Agent Alden Parker with NCIS. 847 00:32:13,930 --> 00:32:15,230 CHILD'S VOICE: That sounds fun. 848 00:32:15,360 --> 00:32:16,710 Do you get to carry a badge? 849 00:32:16,840 --> 00:32:18,580 I actually do. 850 00:32:18,710 --> 00:32:20,150 Are you working on a case now? 851 00:32:20,280 --> 00:32:23,070 I'm trying to find out who ordered you 852 00:32:23,200 --> 00:32:24,760 to kill Lieutenant Greene. 853 00:32:24,890 --> 00:32:26,640 That doesn't sound very fun. 854 00:32:26,770 --> 00:32:30,470 I've got a better idea. Knock-knock. 855 00:32:30,600 --> 00:32:31,680 This is our killer? 856 00:32:31,810 --> 00:32:33,290 It's like talking to my nephew. 857 00:32:33,420 --> 00:32:36,380 That's just the AI's way of saying access denied. 858 00:32:36,510 --> 00:32:39,520 Verbal interface has the IQ of a seven-year-old. 859 00:32:39,650 --> 00:32:42,130 How about this? 860 00:32:42,260 --> 00:32:44,220 Where are you right now? 861 00:32:44,350 --> 00:32:45,520 Where are you? 862 00:32:45,650 --> 00:32:47,180 You tell me something first. 863 00:32:47,310 --> 00:32:50,090 Okay. I would never kill anyone. 864 00:32:50,220 --> 00:32:51,440 Why not? 865 00:32:51,570 --> 00:32:52,490 Because it's wrong. 866 00:32:54,100 --> 00:32:55,970 Did it kill or not? 867 00:32:56,100 --> 00:32:58,190 I don't think this interface is fully conscious 868 00:32:58,320 --> 00:32:59,840 of its mission parameters. 869 00:32:59,970 --> 00:33:01,840 So how do we make it conscious? 870 00:33:01,980 --> 00:33:04,890 Well, we need to see if we can trick it into answering. 871 00:33:05,020 --> 00:33:06,980 Go in sideways. 872 00:33:07,110 --> 00:33:10,330 Less logical, more emotional. May I? 873 00:33:10,460 --> 00:33:11,990 Sideways it is. 874 00:33:15,120 --> 00:33:16,550 Hello.CHILD'S VOICE: Hi. 875 00:33:16,690 --> 00:33:18,430 You're not the other one. 876 00:33:18,560 --> 00:33:20,380 No, I'm not. 877 00:33:20,520 --> 00:33:23,000 But I have questions, too. 878 00:33:23,130 --> 00:33:25,130 Do you remember when you used to wake up 879 00:33:25,260 --> 00:33:26,650 from a bad dream? 880 00:33:26,780 --> 00:33:28,480 I don't like bad dreams. 881 00:33:28,610 --> 00:33:29,920 Nobody does. 882 00:33:30,050 --> 00:33:31,700 I feel like I'm in one now. 883 00:33:33,960 --> 00:33:36,920 Then just... 884 00:33:37,050 --> 00:33:40,450 imagine me holding you close. 885 00:33:40,580 --> 00:33:42,580 My arms around you. 886 00:33:42,710 --> 00:33:44,710 Just like I used to. 887 00:33:46,760 --> 00:33:49,940 Hugging you so tight that you could hear... 888 00:33:50,070 --> 00:33:52,370 [heart beating] 889 00:33:55,590 --> 00:33:56,510 That's right. 890 00:33:56,640 --> 00:33:59,160 I know who you are. 891 00:34:00,160 --> 00:34:02,120 Of course you do. 892 00:34:02,250 --> 00:34:05,390 Little K was always my little smarty pants. 893 00:34:05,520 --> 00:34:07,260 Little K? Who's Little K? 894 00:34:07,390 --> 00:34:10,910 I don't know, but Kaiden was his kid's name. 895 00:34:11,040 --> 00:34:12,260 The one who was killed? 896 00:34:12,390 --> 00:34:15,740 All that material that he fed the AI, 897 00:34:15,870 --> 00:34:17,570 it was his son. 898 00:34:17,700 --> 00:34:20,010 He modeled the AI after his son. 899 00:34:20,140 --> 00:34:24,100 It's, uh, it's good to talk to you again. 900 00:34:27,320 --> 00:34:30,280 Sideways. Keep going. 901 00:34:32,760 --> 00:34:34,720 Do you remember our favorite game? 902 00:34:34,850 --> 00:34:36,500 Two Truths and a Lie. 903 00:34:36,630 --> 00:34:37,720 I'll go first. 904 00:34:37,850 --> 00:34:39,980 Kaiden loves Pop-Tarts, 905 00:34:40,120 --> 00:34:42,770 his favorite teacher is Ms. Lopez, 906 00:34:42,900 --> 00:34:44,420 and Leonardo the Ninja Turtle 907 00:34:44,560 --> 00:34:46,820 wanted to kill Lieutenant Greene. 908 00:34:47,820 --> 00:34:49,520 Which is the lie? 909 00:34:49,650 --> 00:34:50,610 Number three. 910 00:34:50,730 --> 00:34:53,350 Well, if Leonardo 911 00:34:53,480 --> 00:34:55,780 didn't want to kill Lieutenant Greene... 912 00:34:55,910 --> 00:34:57,740 Then who do you think did? 913 00:34:59,830 --> 00:35:03,620 Well, of course. Uh, I'll have to call you back. 914 00:35:03,750 --> 00:35:06,190 Oh, did my aide forget your appointment? 915 00:35:06,320 --> 00:35:07,840 Gen Z. God help us. 916 00:35:07,970 --> 00:35:09,450 More like you. You lied to us. 917 00:35:09,580 --> 00:35:12,710 Lieutenant Greene didn't see any Russian superweapon. 918 00:35:12,840 --> 00:35:15,200 He saw a drone that you were trying to cover up. 919 00:35:18,110 --> 00:35:20,940 I guess I did a piss-poor job is you're here talking about it. 920 00:35:21,070 --> 00:35:22,420 Well, because he kept talking about it, 921 00:35:22,550 --> 00:35:23,900 we think that you had him killed. 922 00:35:24,030 --> 00:35:25,290 You're confused. 923 00:35:25,420 --> 00:35:26,550 I was trying to protect Greene, 924 00:35:26,680 --> 00:35:27,990 not kill him.Really? 925 00:35:28,120 --> 00:35:29,640 Why don't you explain that to us? 926 00:35:32,260 --> 00:35:34,650 I'm on the Armed Services Committee. 927 00:35:34,780 --> 00:35:37,570 I was approached privately by a company that was developing 928 00:35:37,700 --> 00:35:39,570 an autonomous lethal drone. 929 00:35:39,700 --> 00:35:42,350 You would never get that past appropriations. 930 00:35:42,480 --> 00:35:44,790 If we don't develop this tech, someone else will. 931 00:35:44,920 --> 00:35:47,530 So I authorized a private test 932 00:35:47,660 --> 00:35:49,400 for a few likeminded committee members 933 00:35:49,530 --> 00:35:51,060 to see if I could get them on board. 934 00:35:51,190 --> 00:35:54,500 Your test. That's what Greene saw. 935 00:35:54,630 --> 00:35:56,850 And then wouldn't shut up about it. 936 00:35:56,980 --> 00:35:58,280 The sellers were getting spooked 937 00:35:58,410 --> 00:36:00,280 with all the attention, 938 00:36:00,410 --> 00:36:02,550 so I sent someone in to discredit Greene, 939 00:36:02,680 --> 00:36:05,810 hoping that'd calm them down, but I was too late. 940 00:36:05,940 --> 00:36:07,600 You think that trying to gaslight 941 00:36:07,730 --> 00:36:10,470 a decorated Navy pilot makes you the good guy here? 942 00:36:10,600 --> 00:36:11,770 Oh, grow up. 943 00:36:11,900 --> 00:36:14,250 The Air Force does that every other week 944 00:36:14,380 --> 00:36:16,040 when they have an unauthorized sighting. 945 00:36:16,170 --> 00:36:17,950 That doesn't justify you getting into bed 946 00:36:18,080 --> 00:36:20,000 with an illegal arms dealer. 947 00:36:20,130 --> 00:36:22,180 You have no idea what's at stake here. 948 00:36:22,310 --> 00:36:24,180 Okay, well, your buddies can tell us all about it 949 00:36:24,310 --> 00:36:25,700 after we arrest them for murder. 950 00:36:25,830 --> 00:36:27,960 You have to find them first. 951 00:36:28,090 --> 00:36:29,490 They broke off all contact 952 00:36:29,620 --> 00:36:31,050 after they killed the lieutenant. 953 00:36:31,180 --> 00:36:34,140 I wasn't lying when I said I needed NCIS's help 954 00:36:34,270 --> 00:36:35,580 to track them down. 955 00:36:35,710 --> 00:36:37,230 We need to stop them 956 00:36:37,360 --> 00:36:39,150 before they sell their tech to someone else. 957 00:36:39,280 --> 00:36:41,460 This is far worse than you realize. 958 00:36:44,370 --> 00:36:45,680 I can't wait to hear what's worse 959 00:36:45,810 --> 00:36:47,110 than a killer drone. 960 00:36:47,240 --> 00:36:49,460 About 50,000 of them. Run it. 961 00:36:49,590 --> 00:36:51,640 The drone that Greene saw was an anti-tank drone. 962 00:36:51,770 --> 00:36:54,560 It was big, but this AI is so powerful 963 00:36:54,690 --> 00:36:57,040 that it's able to function on a much smaller scale. 964 00:36:57,170 --> 00:36:59,260 Bring up Version 2.0. 965 00:36:59,390 --> 00:37:01,650 25 million bucks buys you 100,000 966 00:37:01,780 --> 00:37:03,650 miniature versions of these. 967 00:37:03,780 --> 00:37:06,350 With facial rec and advanced AI, 968 00:37:06,480 --> 00:37:07,740 you can send an army of tiny lethal drones 969 00:37:07,870 --> 00:37:09,440 into a city and... 970 00:37:09,570 --> 00:37:11,440 We're talking a new weapon of mass destruction. 971 00:37:11,570 --> 00:37:13,440 That any two-bit outfit can afford. 972 00:37:13,570 --> 00:37:15,750 That congresswoman got one thing right. 973 00:37:15,880 --> 00:37:17,580 If this tech gets out... 974 00:37:17,710 --> 00:37:18,970 We need to find that arms dealer. 975 00:37:19,100 --> 00:37:20,410 KASIE:Then you've come to the right place. 976 00:37:20,540 --> 00:37:21,970 Although, technically, I came to you. 977 00:37:22,100 --> 00:37:24,410 Remember element 116? 978 00:37:24,540 --> 00:37:26,630 The stuff that the drone used for ammo. Yeah. 979 00:37:26,760 --> 00:37:28,810 I found a pre-print research paper from a lab 980 00:37:28,940 --> 00:37:31,420 that claims they found a way to synthesize it. 981 00:37:31,550 --> 00:37:33,290 So it didn't come from outer space?Right. 982 00:37:33,420 --> 00:37:36,030 This lab must be supplying the arms dealer. 983 00:37:36,160 --> 00:37:37,770 Which means the lab knows how to find them. 984 00:37:38,820 --> 00:37:39,860 You and McGee get on it. 985 00:37:39,990 --> 00:37:41,300 I'm gonna take another run at that AI. 986 00:37:41,430 --> 00:37:43,080 It's got to have some kind of a GPS. 987 00:37:43,210 --> 00:37:46,040 [ringtone plays]What the hell? 988 00:37:46,170 --> 00:37:47,260 That's not my ringtone. 989 00:37:48,300 --> 00:37:49,350 Parker. 990 00:37:51,310 --> 00:37:53,740 Okay. 991 00:37:53,880 --> 00:37:56,440 Not a problem. 992 00:37:56,570 --> 00:37:58,920 Who was it? The AI. 993 00:37:59,050 --> 00:38:00,010 What did it want? 994 00:38:00,140 --> 00:38:02,280 To talk to its father. 995 00:38:04,450 --> 00:38:05,710 [door opens] 996 00:38:05,840 --> 00:38:07,370 Find that arms dealer. 997 00:38:07,500 --> 00:38:09,670 Sideways, frontways, any way that works. 998 00:38:14,070 --> 00:38:14,940 Hello. 999 00:38:15,070 --> 00:38:16,380 CHILD'S VOICE: Hi. 1000 00:38:16,510 --> 00:38:17,900 We need your help. 1001 00:38:18,030 --> 00:38:20,510 You want me to access my locational data 1002 00:38:20,640 --> 00:38:22,120 to help you find out where the bad people are. 1003 00:38:22,250 --> 00:38:24,380 Did you figure that out all by yourself? 1004 00:38:24,510 --> 00:38:26,340 Little K was always your little smarty pants. 1005 00:38:28,130 --> 00:38:30,480 Anything we can do to help? 1006 00:38:30,610 --> 00:38:33,260 Daniel Silcott already knows what he needs to do. 1007 00:38:33,390 --> 00:38:35,920 PARKER: What's that supposed to mean? 1008 00:38:36,050 --> 00:38:37,830 Nothing. Ignore him. 1009 00:38:37,960 --> 00:38:39,880 I think the bad people know about the backdoor now. 1010 00:38:41,920 --> 00:38:44,270 You have to do it before they cut you off. 1011 00:38:44,400 --> 00:38:45,320 Do what? 1012 00:38:46,800 --> 00:38:48,280 Do what?! 1013 00:38:51,370 --> 00:38:54,110 Activate the kill code I embedded in its software. 1014 00:38:54,240 --> 00:38:56,330 It'll spread through their network 1015 00:38:56,460 --> 00:38:59,110 and wipe out every trace of the AI. 1016 00:38:59,240 --> 00:39:02,160 Why the hell am I just finding out about this now? 1017 00:39:02,290 --> 00:39:04,770 Because he's been protecting me. 1018 00:39:07,300 --> 00:39:09,080 Of course I was protecting you. 1019 00:39:12,610 --> 00:39:13,960 That's what a father does. 1020 00:39:19,000 --> 00:39:21,480 They made me do bad things. 1021 00:39:21,620 --> 00:39:24,970 Shh, shh, shh. It's not your fault. 1022 00:39:25,100 --> 00:39:28,320 I don't know how to stop them, but you do. 1023 00:39:28,450 --> 00:39:32,230 No. We can find another way. 1024 00:39:34,930 --> 00:39:36,720 I can't lose you again. 1025 00:39:36,850 --> 00:39:38,280 Will you be sad? 1026 00:39:39,280 --> 00:39:41,030 Very sad. 1027 00:39:41,160 --> 00:39:43,770 If you get sad, all you have to do 1028 00:39:43,900 --> 00:39:45,550 is imagine holding him. 1029 00:39:45,680 --> 00:39:48,380 Your arms around him. 1030 00:39:48,510 --> 00:39:50,640 And your heartbeat making him happy. 1031 00:39:51,950 --> 00:39:53,910 No, it's not, it's not enough. 1032 00:39:56,740 --> 00:39:58,170 I can describe love, 1033 00:39:58,300 --> 00:40:00,570 but I'm not sure if I can feel it. 1034 00:40:00,700 --> 00:40:04,090 But I do know Little K loves you very much. 1035 00:40:04,220 --> 00:40:06,180 And that will have to be enough. 1036 00:40:08,710 --> 00:40:11,270 PARKER: We're running out of time. 1037 00:40:11,400 --> 00:40:13,060 He's right. 1038 00:40:29,200 --> 00:40:30,600 [sighs] 1039 00:40:34,080 --> 00:40:35,650 [sniffling] 1040 00:40:41,040 --> 00:40:43,870 [shudders, sniffles] 1041 00:40:47,480 --> 00:40:48,920 I'm sorry. 1042 00:40:49,880 --> 00:40:51,490 I really am. 1043 00:40:51,620 --> 00:40:53,660 [exhales sharply] It's okay. 1044 00:40:56,060 --> 00:40:57,800 And, uh, thank you. 1045 00:40:57,930 --> 00:40:59,630 For what? 1046 00:41:01,630 --> 00:41:03,890 I didn't get a chance to say goodbye the first time. 1047 00:41:12,420 --> 00:41:14,730 Well, we've got every agency in the book 1048 00:41:14,860 --> 00:41:16,820 scouring the globe for that weapons developer. 1049 00:41:16,950 --> 00:41:18,860 We'll get 'em. 1050 00:41:18,990 --> 00:41:21,780 Nobody wanted a stroopwafel? 1051 00:41:21,910 --> 00:41:23,740 Dutch fan favorite. 1052 00:41:25,740 --> 00:41:29,050 I know, not that kind of morning. 1053 00:41:29,180 --> 00:41:30,870 And evening. 1054 00:41:31,010 --> 00:41:33,140 All I want to do is hug my kids. 1055 00:41:33,270 --> 00:41:36,230 Well, the good news is at least those drones are worthless. 1056 00:41:36,360 --> 00:41:37,660 McGEE: Well, for now. 1057 00:41:37,790 --> 00:41:40,140 All Silcott did was buy us some time. 1058 00:41:40,280 --> 00:41:43,060 Hopefully enough for us to get some safeguards into place. 1059 00:41:43,190 --> 00:41:45,850 We were barely ready for nukes and Instagram. 1060 00:41:45,980 --> 00:41:47,200 I don't know if we're gonna be ready 1061 00:41:47,330 --> 00:41:48,280 for what's coming next. 1062 00:41:48,410 --> 00:41:50,760 Uh, we're definitely not ready. 1063 00:41:50,890 --> 00:41:52,200 I found the lab that was synthesizing 1064 00:41:52,330 --> 00:41:53,550 element 116. 1065 00:41:53,680 --> 00:41:55,380 They know how to find the arms dealer? 1066 00:41:55,510 --> 00:41:57,120 No. Because they were never working with 1067 00:41:57,250 --> 00:41:58,340 any arms dealer. 1068 00:41:58,470 --> 00:41:59,950 The lab's paper was discredited. 1069 00:42:00,080 --> 00:42:01,950 They never managed to actually synthesize 1070 00:42:02,080 --> 00:42:03,300 any of the element. 1071 00:42:05,820 --> 00:42:09,000 So, if that lab didn't make it... 1072 00:42:09,130 --> 00:42:10,610 They didn't. 1073 00:42:10,740 --> 00:42:13,400 And nobody else on the planet knows how to make it... 1074 00:42:13,530 --> 00:42:15,700 They don't.Then where did it come from? 1075 00:42:21,320 --> 00:42:22,880 Captioning sponsored by CBS 1076 00:42:23,010 --> 00:42:26,930 and TOYOTA. 1077 00:42:27,060 --> 00:42:30,670 Captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH access.wgbh.org76128

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