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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:10,053 --> 00:00:11,576 Jesse, 2 00:00:11,707 --> 00:00:13,274 we're coming in now. 3 00:00:15,145 --> 00:00:17,147 You couldn't get the car closer? 4 00:00:17,278 --> 00:00:19,802 Valet was kind of busy today. 5 00:00:19,932 --> 00:00:21,586 Clear a path. Coming through. 6 00:00:23,371 --> 00:00:25,025 Hey, Vicktor. 7 00:00:25,155 --> 00:00:26,939 You can't manhandle the peaceful protestors. 8 00:00:30,552 --> 00:00:32,989 I don't speak Russian, but I know y'all are talking about me. 9 00:00:33,120 --> 00:00:34,904 Luce, you got eyes on any threats? 10 00:00:35,035 --> 00:00:36,514 Only about two dozen of 'em. 11 00:00:36,645 --> 00:00:38,125 not to mention the two beside me. 12 00:00:46,176 --> 00:00:47,873 We weren't supposed to have a welcoming party. 13 00:00:48,004 --> 00:00:50,224 Yeah, well, apparently, our VIP 14 00:00:50,354 --> 00:00:51,964 - pulls a crowd. - Murderer! 15 00:00:52,095 --> 00:00:53,705 Back off! 16 00:00:53,836 --> 00:00:55,838 - Jesse, we're almost through. - All right. I'm on your left. 17 00:00:55,968 --> 00:00:57,361 Can we please go inside? 18 00:00:57,492 --> 00:00:58,493 Yeah. 19 00:00:58,623 --> 00:01:00,016 Luce, 20 00:01:00,147 --> 00:01:01,800 on your three-- backpack. 21 00:01:01,931 --> 00:01:03,411 Get down! 22 00:01:28,436 --> 00:01:30,525 Hey. 23 00:01:30,655 --> 00:01:32,222 How you doing, Lucy? 24 00:01:32,353 --> 00:01:34,137 Spent the night writing reports and getting 25 00:01:34,268 --> 00:01:36,226 paint out of my hair, so, you know, peachy. 26 00:01:36,357 --> 00:01:38,272 Well, the State Department sends their thanks 27 00:01:38,402 --> 00:01:39,795 for your steadfast protection of their VIP. 28 00:01:39,925 --> 00:01:41,884 That mean they're covering her dry cleaning bill? 29 00:01:43,712 --> 00:01:45,192 You are welcome to submit a claim. 30 00:01:45,322 --> 00:01:47,585 All right, what do we know so far about the incident? 31 00:01:47,716 --> 00:01:50,110 13 nations here for Pacific Summit 32 00:01:50,240 --> 00:01:51,546 urging de-escalation 33 00:01:51,676 --> 00:01:53,243 of global armaments. 34 00:01:53,374 --> 00:01:55,550 And people really aren't happy that 35 00:01:55,680 --> 00:01:58,074 Tatyana Sokolov-- whose family owns the world's largest 36 00:01:58,205 --> 00:02:00,468 private military firm-- is participating. 37 00:02:00,598 --> 00:02:03,384 Lucy included. 38 00:02:03,514 --> 00:02:05,342 Considering her father was fighting proxy wars 39 00:02:05,473 --> 00:02:08,084 for the Russians until, like, yesterday. 40 00:02:08,215 --> 00:02:11,522 All right, may be true, but the daughter is not the father. 41 00:02:11,653 --> 00:02:14,264 And those ties ended when the Russians killed him. 42 00:02:14,395 --> 00:02:17,354 Tatyana and her brother took over the family business 43 00:02:17,485 --> 00:02:20,096 and they're still making billions off 44 00:02:20,227 --> 00:02:23,143 of world suffering, but it's great she's into peace. 45 00:02:23,273 --> 00:02:26,058 Bottom line, a lot of people have beef with our VIP. 46 00:02:26,189 --> 00:02:27,234 Guess we're lucky that it was only 47 00:02:27,364 --> 00:02:29,323 Pantone Red 32 in that bomb. 48 00:02:29,453 --> 00:02:31,412 Okay. Well, any leads on who planted it? 49 00:02:31,542 --> 00:02:35,024 Pulled media footage and CCTV. But no, nothing yet. 50 00:02:35,155 --> 00:02:37,548 How about the obvious ones? 51 00:02:37,679 --> 00:02:39,376 Russians don't tend to fire off warning shots. 52 00:02:39,507 --> 00:02:41,117 Poison's more their M.O. 53 00:02:41,248 --> 00:02:44,120 Or plane accidents or fatal falls. 54 00:02:45,600 --> 00:02:47,254 All right, what else is on Tatyana's itinerary? 55 00:02:47,384 --> 00:02:49,691 She has several private meetings here and on Kaua'i. 56 00:02:49,821 --> 00:02:51,693 Hey, Jesse, go get with Ernie. 57 00:02:51,823 --> 00:02:52,781 See what else he's learned about the attack. 58 00:02:52,911 --> 00:02:55,044 All right. 59 00:02:55,175 --> 00:02:56,872 I'm gonna head home. 60 00:02:57,002 --> 00:02:58,743 Watch some bad TV with Kate. 61 00:03:00,658 --> 00:03:02,617 What? 62 00:03:02,747 --> 00:03:05,881 The State Department had one more message to pass along. 63 00:03:06,011 --> 00:03:08,057 Tatyana has specifically requested 64 00:03:08,188 --> 00:03:10,015 you to be her point agent. 65 00:03:12,366 --> 00:03:13,932 Come on, she barely even looked at me yesterday. 66 00:03:14,063 --> 00:03:16,021 Something about saving her life? 67 00:03:16,152 --> 00:03:17,458 It was a paint bomb. 68 00:03:17,588 --> 00:03:19,286 I basically saved her outfit. 69 00:03:22,637 --> 00:03:24,987 Well, either way, 70 00:03:25,117 --> 00:03:27,032 I'm grateful for your service. 71 00:03:27,163 --> 00:03:28,599 Shift starts in an hour. 72 00:03:37,739 --> 00:03:39,567 SCIF mode. 73 00:03:39,697 --> 00:03:41,308 Am I in trouble? 74 00:03:41,438 --> 00:03:43,179 Maybe I just want to know 75 00:03:43,310 --> 00:03:44,833 where the best pancakes are on the island. 76 00:03:44,963 --> 00:03:46,182 Well, that's not a state secret. 77 00:03:46,313 --> 00:03:47,836 NCIS ELITE is. 78 00:03:47,966 --> 00:03:50,055 Mm, your cool new action team. 79 00:03:51,361 --> 00:03:53,058 I can neither confirm nor deny how cool they are. 80 00:03:53,189 --> 00:03:54,712 But they exist. 81 00:03:54,843 --> 00:03:56,323 A team with a special set 82 00:03:56,453 --> 00:03:58,455 of skills taking on off-the-books missions 83 00:03:58,586 --> 00:04:01,371 that nobody's supposed to know about. Hmm. 84 00:04:01,502 --> 00:04:02,938 It's a pilot program. 85 00:04:03,068 --> 00:04:05,288 And you want me to join. 86 00:04:05,419 --> 00:04:07,464 Actually, no. 87 00:04:09,379 --> 00:04:10,728 Really? 88 00:04:10,859 --> 00:04:12,382 You'd never accept. 89 00:04:12,513 --> 00:04:14,166 Well. 90 00:04:16,647 --> 00:04:18,345 Alexi Volkoff. 91 00:04:18,475 --> 00:04:20,999 The Russian mob tried to kidnap him from a con air flight, 92 00:04:21,130 --> 00:04:22,566 but we got him back. 93 00:04:22,697 --> 00:04:23,915 Sent him stateside. 94 00:04:24,960 --> 00:04:26,004 That's mostly accurate. 95 00:04:27,179 --> 00:04:28,180 He never left the island. 96 00:04:28,311 --> 00:04:30,444 We've been working him for intel. 97 00:04:30,574 --> 00:04:32,620 Has labs around the world filled with all kinds of chemicals. 98 00:04:32,750 --> 00:04:34,709 Bioweapons. 99 00:04:34,839 --> 00:04:36,885 - National security threat. - And you're sweeping them up 100 00:04:37,015 --> 00:04:38,147 before anyone else can get to them. 101 00:04:38,278 --> 00:04:40,367 It's been months. 102 00:04:40,497 --> 00:04:42,891 He keeps sending us places, we keep coming up empty. 103 00:04:46,373 --> 00:04:48,113 - Well, he's playing you. - Stalling. 104 00:04:48,244 --> 00:04:49,463 Or keeping his advantage. 105 00:04:49,593 --> 00:04:51,116 Just having fun. 106 00:04:51,247 --> 00:04:53,293 You're asking for an assist. 107 00:04:54,990 --> 00:04:56,557 Put me in, coach. 108 00:04:56,687 --> 00:04:58,080 I'll be in touch. 109 00:04:58,210 --> 00:04:59,473 I can't say when. 110 00:05:00,865 --> 00:05:02,606 Okay. 111 00:05:06,436 --> 00:05:07,872 Over Easy. 112 00:05:09,047 --> 00:05:10,527 Best pancakes on the island. 113 00:05:10,658 --> 00:05:12,355 You're all kinds of helpful, Jane Tennant. 114 00:05:13,704 --> 00:05:15,750 Don't you forget it. 115 00:05:23,975 --> 00:05:26,238 I get paint-bombed and panicked crowd, 116 00:05:26,369 --> 00:05:28,676 and you get café au lait and a croissant. 117 00:05:28,806 --> 00:05:30,330 Mm-hmm. 118 00:05:30,460 --> 00:05:32,244 There-there was a harrowing moment 119 00:05:32,375 --> 00:05:34,116 where it looked like they were out of oat milk. 120 00:05:34,246 --> 00:05:35,596 Oh, any other highlights? 121 00:05:35,726 --> 00:05:37,032 Ah, no, no. 122 00:05:37,162 --> 00:05:39,295 Snug as a bug all night. 123 00:05:39,426 --> 00:05:41,993 So, I'm gonna grab me another latte for the road. 124 00:05:42,124 --> 00:05:43,430 I was always told Marines didn't 125 00:05:43,560 --> 00:05:45,301 drink fancy coffee. 126 00:05:47,216 --> 00:05:48,957 And I was told war correspondents 127 00:05:49,087 --> 00:05:51,002 were allergic to five-star hotels. 128 00:05:51,133 --> 00:05:53,309 - You were misled, friend. - Yeah, so were you. 129 00:05:56,225 --> 00:05:57,835 You still owe me a bottle of Johnnie Blue. 130 00:05:57,966 --> 00:05:59,794 I paid that debt four years ago. 131 00:05:59,924 --> 00:06:01,796 It's not my fault the bullet shattered the bottle. 132 00:06:01,926 --> 00:06:03,363 Right. 133 00:06:06,278 --> 00:06:07,758 Hi. I'm guessing y'all know each other. 134 00:06:07,889 --> 00:06:09,760 Um, yeah. 135 00:06:11,327 --> 00:06:12,763 Um, I'm sorry, this is... 136 00:06:12,894 --> 00:06:15,026 I'm Lucy. Lucy. 137 00:06:15,157 --> 00:06:17,594 Uh, I'm Kai's work friend, and you're his... 138 00:06:19,030 --> 00:06:20,641 - War friend. - Aw. 139 00:06:20,771 --> 00:06:21,990 Camille Davies. 140 00:06:22,120 --> 00:06:24,122 We met in Afghanistan. 141 00:06:24,253 --> 00:06:26,255 And by "met," she means she "fell into my bunker." 142 00:06:26,386 --> 00:06:29,084 I leapt into your bunker for cover. 143 00:06:29,214 --> 00:06:31,042 We were being ambushed. 144 00:06:31,173 --> 00:06:32,783 Oh. That's adorable. 145 00:06:32,914 --> 00:06:35,482 Uh, Camille writes for the Toronto Examiner. 146 00:06:35,612 --> 00:06:37,614 - Oh, you're Canadian? - Yeah, but don't be scared. 147 00:06:37,745 --> 00:06:39,399 We're just like Americans, only... 148 00:06:39,529 --> 00:06:41,139 we have a different word for garbage disposals. 149 00:06:41,270 --> 00:06:42,358 "Garburator" is not a word. 150 00:06:42,489 --> 00:06:44,316 It's not a word. 151 00:06:46,493 --> 00:06:48,930 - What? - Oh. You're the Canadian? 152 00:06:49,060 --> 00:06:50,584 We were convinced that you weren't real. 153 00:06:50,714 --> 00:06:51,933 She's real. 154 00:06:52,063 --> 00:06:54,152 I-I don't understand. 155 00:06:54,283 --> 00:06:56,633 Don't worry, Lucy has - that effect on people. - Hey. 156 00:07:00,898 --> 00:07:03,161 Of course, now Her Majesty is ready. Camille, 157 00:07:03,292 --> 00:07:04,641 it was so great to meet you. 158 00:07:04,772 --> 00:07:06,643 - Kai, I have questions. - Yeah? 159 00:07:06,774 --> 00:07:08,471 Okay. 160 00:07:08,602 --> 00:07:10,081 - "Her Majesty"? - Yeah. 161 00:07:10,212 --> 00:07:12,127 We're uh, working a detail. 162 00:07:12,257 --> 00:07:14,042 - Can't say more. - Meaning you can't say 163 00:07:14,172 --> 00:07:16,566 it's Tatyana Sokolov staying in this hotel under an alias. 164 00:07:17,872 --> 00:07:19,656 - So you're here for work? - No. 165 00:07:19,787 --> 00:07:21,702 - Strictly vacation. - Oh, yeah? 166 00:07:21,832 --> 00:07:23,268 Were you gonna tell me that you were coming? 167 00:07:23,399 --> 00:07:25,183 You know it's bad luck to plan. 168 00:07:26,184 --> 00:07:27,272 Yeah. 169 00:07:27,403 --> 00:07:29,666 But I'm here now, so... 170 00:07:29,797 --> 00:07:31,146 Yeah. For how long? 171 00:07:31,276 --> 00:07:33,104 Leave on the red-eye tomorrow. 172 00:07:34,845 --> 00:07:37,065 It's not a lot of time. 173 00:07:38,240 --> 00:07:39,589 Make the most of it. 174 00:07:44,464 --> 00:07:46,117 Come find me later by the water. 175 00:07:46,248 --> 00:07:48,598 We're surrounded by water. 176 00:07:56,301 --> 00:07:57,520 Took you long enough. 177 00:07:57,651 --> 00:07:59,391 I have a meeting in 30 minutes. 178 00:07:59,522 --> 00:08:01,263 Oh, good morning to you, too. 179 00:08:01,393 --> 00:08:03,526 You seem fine for being blown up yesterday. 180 00:08:03,657 --> 00:08:05,572 Not my first time. 181 00:08:05,702 --> 00:08:09,053 Though it was the most colorful attempt. 182 00:08:09,184 --> 00:08:11,447 My brother, Dmitry, 183 00:08:11,578 --> 00:08:13,710 was shot once. 184 00:08:13,841 --> 00:08:15,886 Nearly severed an artery. 185 00:08:16,017 --> 00:08:17,758 He wouldn't even blink at a paint bomb. 186 00:08:17,888 --> 00:08:19,324 Then how come he's not here? 187 00:08:19,455 --> 00:08:21,805 Peace really isn't his thing. 188 00:08:21,936 --> 00:08:23,677 But it's yours? 189 00:08:26,549 --> 00:08:28,986 Just sort of a complete 180 190 00:08:29,117 --> 00:08:31,075 from your family's whole... 191 00:08:31,206 --> 00:08:32,729 vibe. 192 00:08:32,860 --> 00:08:34,557 Never too late to make a change. 193 00:08:35,689 --> 00:08:37,865 You could see how people might be 194 00:08:37,995 --> 00:08:40,215 getting mixed messages, though, right? 195 00:08:40,345 --> 00:08:42,609 What, with all the war-making. 196 00:08:42,739 --> 00:08:44,785 You don't care for my family. 197 00:08:45,960 --> 00:08:47,657 And I think it's ironic. 198 00:08:47,788 --> 00:08:49,877 Considering how... 199 00:08:50,007 --> 00:08:52,227 alike our families are. 200 00:08:52,357 --> 00:08:53,794 I'm sorry. 201 00:08:53,924 --> 00:08:55,230 Our families are alike? 202 00:08:55,360 --> 00:08:57,058 Powerful, wealthy. 203 00:08:57,188 --> 00:08:59,234 Oil and war. 204 00:08:59,364 --> 00:09:01,628 Two sides of the same coin. 205 00:09:03,412 --> 00:09:04,674 You did a background check on me? 206 00:09:06,154 --> 00:09:07,721 On all of you. 207 00:09:07,851 --> 00:09:10,114 And I meant the comparison as a compliment. 208 00:09:10,245 --> 00:09:12,073 That's somehow worse. 209 00:09:13,335 --> 00:09:15,729 I don't have anything to do with my family's business. 210 00:09:15,859 --> 00:09:18,209 Your brother... 211 00:09:18,340 --> 00:09:20,081 Michael is taking over? 212 00:09:22,431 --> 00:09:24,564 Strange that your oldest brother isn't. 213 00:09:24,694 --> 00:09:26,174 Personal problems? 214 00:09:27,958 --> 00:09:30,482 You don't like talking about your family, do you? 215 00:09:31,875 --> 00:09:33,921 Being associated with their business. 216 00:09:34,051 --> 00:09:35,792 Neither do I. 217 00:09:37,185 --> 00:09:38,752 Don't make assumptions. 218 00:09:38,882 --> 00:09:40,144 Vicktor? 219 00:09:44,714 --> 00:09:46,934 Let's go. Wow. 220 00:09:51,068 --> 00:09:52,592 Rewind there. 221 00:09:52,722 --> 00:09:54,594 Pause. 222 00:09:54,724 --> 00:09:56,813 Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Can you blow that up? 223 00:09:59,033 --> 00:10:01,122 What does that body language say to you? 224 00:10:01,252 --> 00:10:02,689 It's clear. They've been intimate. 225 00:10:02,819 --> 00:10:04,865 Apparently Kai's made-up 226 00:10:04,995 --> 00:10:07,563 on-and-off girlfriend isn't so made-up. 227 00:10:09,347 --> 00:10:11,175 Camille Davies. 228 00:10:11,306 --> 00:10:14,048 International correspondent for various papers over the years. 229 00:10:14,178 --> 00:10:17,138 Loves beaches, countries in the throes of civil war, and 230 00:10:17,268 --> 00:10:19,009 a crisp white wine. 231 00:10:19,140 --> 00:10:21,446 He kept her from us this whole time? 232 00:10:21,577 --> 00:10:22,665 Like he thinks we're intrusive. 233 00:10:24,580 --> 00:10:26,800 Well, you did run a full background check on her. 234 00:10:28,715 --> 00:10:30,586 Well, it's 'cause we've been waiting on this. 235 00:10:30,717 --> 00:10:33,807 - Right. - List of anyone who has ever publicly opposed, 236 00:10:33,937 --> 00:10:36,418 protested or attacked the Sokolov family. 237 00:10:36,548 --> 00:10:39,029 Is that Chad? As, as in the nation? 238 00:10:39,160 --> 00:10:41,771 Well, there's also a Chad Nix in Iowa who loathes Tatyana. 239 00:10:41,902 --> 00:10:44,513 Rival private military companies, rebels, 240 00:10:44,644 --> 00:10:46,689 collegeprotest groups... Stop. 241 00:10:46,820 --> 00:10:47,995 Yeah, this one here. 242 00:10:48,125 --> 00:10:50,998 I saw her at the protest yesterday. 243 00:10:53,609 --> 00:10:55,132 Nino Eliava. 244 00:10:55,263 --> 00:10:56,656 Firebrand out of Georgia. 245 00:10:56,786 --> 00:10:57,657 The-- 246 00:10:57,787 --> 00:11:00,007 Country, not the state. 247 00:11:00,137 --> 00:11:01,661 Says that she's the leader 248 00:11:01,791 --> 00:11:04,576 of something called the "Dawn Crusaders." 249 00:11:04,707 --> 00:11:06,753 Opposition group in Eastern Europe. 250 00:11:06,883 --> 00:11:09,712 Outlawed in Georgia for acts of aggression and terror. 251 00:11:09,843 --> 00:11:11,758 - Like paint bombs? - Like bomb-bombs. 252 00:11:11,888 --> 00:11:14,935 At least according to the Georgian government. 253 00:11:15,065 --> 00:11:17,154 Okay, we have any idea where she is now? 254 00:11:17,285 --> 00:11:19,417 As good as Nino is at opposing, 255 00:11:19,548 --> 00:11:21,289 she's not so great at covering her tracks. 256 00:11:21,419 --> 00:11:23,987 Her latest location is somewhere around... 257 00:11:25,249 --> 00:11:26,686 ...Bishop and Queen. 258 00:11:26,816 --> 00:11:28,557 That's where Lucy is with Tatyana 259 00:11:28,688 --> 00:11:29,819 for a private meeting. 260 00:11:32,082 --> 00:11:33,431 Jesse, we're on the move. 261 00:11:33,562 --> 00:11:34,128 JESSE [over phone]: I just arrived. 262 00:11:34,258 --> 00:11:35,956 I'll meet you. 263 00:11:36,086 --> 00:11:38,567 Those were the most influential players in global aid. 264 00:11:38,698 --> 00:11:40,264 I won't get them all in a room again. 265 00:11:40,395 --> 00:11:43,006 Active threat trumps influential players. 266 00:11:43,137 --> 00:11:44,921 I'm not the person you think I am. 267 00:11:45,052 --> 00:11:46,488 I think you're the person that I'm gonna get in the car 268 00:11:46,618 --> 00:11:47,794 and back to safety. 269 00:11:47,924 --> 00:11:49,360 At the courtyard. 270 00:11:49,491 --> 00:11:50,666 I got you. 271 00:11:52,537 --> 00:11:54,801 Want to know why I requested you? 272 00:11:54,931 --> 00:11:56,672 You got strange timing. 273 00:11:56,803 --> 00:11:57,804 Feels like I'm running out of time. 274 00:12:00,502 --> 00:12:02,069 Hey, I need your attention. 275 00:12:02,199 --> 00:12:02,939 I got eyes on the threat. 276 00:12:04,288 --> 00:12:05,028 Get behind me. 277 00:12:06,290 --> 00:12:07,291 Tatyana Sokolov. 278 00:12:08,597 --> 00:12:09,859 I hold you accountable. 279 00:12:09,990 --> 00:12:12,383 Ma'am, I need you stay where you are. 280 00:12:12,514 --> 00:12:14,255 Federal Agent. Stop. 281 00:12:14,385 --> 00:12:15,778 She's got something in her hand. 282 00:12:17,737 --> 00:12:20,348 I got her. Get Tatyana out now. 283 00:12:24,613 --> 00:12:26,006 Come on. 284 00:12:26,136 --> 00:12:28,748 You need to pay - attention to me. - Seriously? 285 00:12:28,878 --> 00:12:30,227 I told you we're alike. 286 00:12:30,358 --> 00:12:31,925 Okay, just stop saying that. 287 00:12:32,055 --> 00:12:33,622 You want nothing to do with your family. 288 00:12:33,753 --> 00:12:35,450 Neither do I.Let's just go, okay? 289 00:12:35,580 --> 00:12:38,148 Lucy, listen to what I'm saying... 290 00:12:40,150 --> 00:12:41,151 I want to defect. 291 00:12:50,813 --> 00:12:52,293 Once you head down the road to defect, 292 00:12:52,423 --> 00:12:54,208 there's no turning back. 293 00:12:56,819 --> 00:12:59,779 So I'm wondering why you're doing it. 294 00:13:01,432 --> 00:13:02,433 And of all the people in the world to trust, 295 00:13:02,564 --> 00:13:03,608 it's Jane Tennant. 296 00:13:05,610 --> 00:13:07,351 Don't take my apprehension personally. 297 00:13:07,482 --> 00:13:08,700 I have many enemies, 298 00:13:08,831 --> 00:13:11,791 few friends and limited trust. 299 00:13:12,792 --> 00:13:13,967 Who else knows? 300 00:13:19,886 --> 00:13:21,104 I-I can't be the first person you told. 301 00:13:21,235 --> 00:13:23,367 I would not be here if I shared this with anyone. 302 00:13:23,498 --> 00:13:25,674 Even my family. 303 00:13:25,805 --> 00:13:27,545 News like this will send shock waves. 304 00:13:27,676 --> 00:13:28,851 And now we're at the center of it. 305 00:13:28,982 --> 00:13:30,374 Does that mean you'll help me? 306 00:13:30,505 --> 00:13:31,419 It's not our choice. 307 00:13:31,549 --> 00:13:32,724 I sent it up the flagpole. 308 00:13:32,855 --> 00:13:34,074 State's discussing process. 309 00:13:34,204 --> 00:13:36,119 Then this was a mistake. 310 00:13:36,250 --> 00:13:37,773 Then give us something you do have. A carrot. 311 00:13:37,904 --> 00:13:39,470 From your family's business with Russia. 312 00:13:41,733 --> 00:13:43,387 When arrangements are in place. 313 00:13:43,518 --> 00:13:44,780 Not how this works. 314 00:13:44,911 --> 00:13:47,304 It's exactly how this works. 315 00:13:47,435 --> 00:13:50,394 My father taught me many things. 316 00:13:50,525 --> 00:13:53,354 One is to ration your bullets-- 317 00:13:53,484 --> 00:13:55,486 you only have so many. 318 00:13:55,617 --> 00:13:57,793 Well, in that case, you should get back to your itinerary. 319 00:13:57,924 --> 00:13:59,839 I'll let you know when State responds. 320 00:13:59,969 --> 00:14:02,145 Wait, are-are we staying with the schedule? 321 00:14:02,276 --> 00:14:03,538 After two attacks? 322 00:14:03,668 --> 00:14:04,974 That's not ideal, but right now we just need 323 00:14:05,105 --> 00:14:06,671 to make sure that Ms. Sokolov stays in Hawai'i 324 00:14:06,802 --> 00:14:07,716 until this is sorted out. 325 00:14:07,847 --> 00:14:09,979 What if there's another attack? 326 00:14:10,110 --> 00:14:11,459 The woman you have in custody has been 327 00:14:11,589 --> 00:14:12,982 coming at us for years... 328 00:14:13,113 --> 00:14:15,289 She is an annoyance, but no longer an issue. 329 00:14:15,419 --> 00:14:17,030 For now, at least. 330 00:14:25,647 --> 00:14:27,388 Came a long way from Georgia. 331 00:14:27,518 --> 00:14:29,129 Yeah, most tourists, they go to the beaches. 332 00:14:29,259 --> 00:14:32,959 But you end up at a political protest. 333 00:14:33,089 --> 00:14:35,048 And a private meeting you weren't supposed 334 00:14:35,178 --> 00:14:37,354 - to know about. - You want to explain why? 335 00:14:37,485 --> 00:14:40,314 I have been following Tatyana in order to protest her. 336 00:14:40,444 --> 00:14:41,793 By what? 337 00:14:41,924 --> 00:14:43,447 By planting a paint bomb in a backpack? 338 00:14:44,971 --> 00:14:46,711 And threatening her with this? 339 00:14:46,842 --> 00:14:48,670 The blood of my people. 340 00:14:48,800 --> 00:14:50,541 Spilled by Sokolov soldiers. 341 00:14:50,672 --> 00:14:52,369 It's cow's blood. 342 00:14:52,500 --> 00:14:54,197 From a butcher, according to our lab. 343 00:14:54,328 --> 00:14:56,243 Transporting human blood is illegal. 344 00:14:56,373 --> 00:14:58,723 I don't know how it works in Georgia, 345 00:14:58,854 --> 00:15:01,509 but assaulting a public figure here for a peace conference 346 00:15:01,639 --> 00:15:02,858 is also illegal. 347 00:15:02,989 --> 00:15:05,295 You have no proof against me. 348 00:15:05,426 --> 00:15:08,168 Actually, we have the remnants of the paint bomb. 349 00:15:08,298 --> 00:15:10,735 And I witnessed you attacking Tatyana. 350 00:15:10,866 --> 00:15:13,390 You witnessed me confront her 351 00:15:13,521 --> 00:15:15,697 using my right to free speech. 352 00:15:15,827 --> 00:15:17,917 And if you could prove I planted any bombs, 353 00:15:18,047 --> 00:15:19,440 we'd be having a different discussion. 354 00:15:23,183 --> 00:15:24,880 Why do you hate her so much? 355 00:15:25,011 --> 00:15:26,621 Sokolovs kill indiscriminately. 356 00:15:26,751 --> 00:15:28,884 Maybe Tatyana's different. 357 00:15:29,015 --> 00:15:31,147 Because she came to a conference? 358 00:15:31,278 --> 00:15:33,106 Peace isn't profitable. 359 00:15:33,236 --> 00:15:34,846 Whatever Tatyana Sokolov is doing here 360 00:15:34,977 --> 00:15:36,848 will only lead to more destruction. 361 00:15:36,979 --> 00:15:38,720 And you're here to stop her. 362 00:15:38,850 --> 00:15:41,636 To expose her, which is a form of protest. 363 00:15:41,766 --> 00:15:43,377 And absolutely legal. 364 00:15:43,507 --> 00:15:45,727 You know American law now? 365 00:15:45,857 --> 00:15:48,121 No. But my lawyers do. 366 00:15:48,251 --> 00:15:50,340 Reich and Willmont. 367 00:15:51,646 --> 00:15:53,213 Shall I call or you? 368 00:15:59,045 --> 00:16:00,524 So... 369 00:16:00,655 --> 00:16:02,135 Nino's convinced the Sokolovs have 370 00:16:02,265 --> 00:16:03,440 an ulterior motive for being on the island. 371 00:16:03,571 --> 00:16:05,225 Beyond disarmament. 372 00:16:05,355 --> 00:16:07,705 Well, a strategic agreement with the U.S. could reshape 373 00:16:07,836 --> 00:16:09,664 the geopolitical landscape in Eastern Europe. 374 00:16:09,794 --> 00:16:11,013 Yeah, well, it makes sense why the Russians 375 00:16:11,144 --> 00:16:12,275 might want to stop that from happening. 376 00:16:12,406 --> 00:16:13,929 But Nino's group should welcome it. 377 00:16:14,060 --> 00:16:16,105 No, I think that we're missing something. 378 00:16:16,236 --> 00:16:18,978 But Tatyana's withholding, and State's staying quiet. 379 00:16:19,108 --> 00:16:21,763 I might know someone who can help. 380 00:16:21,893 --> 00:16:23,373 You mean Camille Davies, 381 00:16:23,504 --> 00:16:25,071 the war correspondent from the Toronto Examiner? 382 00:16:25,201 --> 00:16:26,986 You-- How do you-you...? 383 00:16:27,116 --> 00:16:28,988 I know everything, Kai. 384 00:16:30,815 --> 00:16:32,165 Huh. 385 00:16:34,515 --> 00:16:35,559 Sam. 386 00:16:39,172 --> 00:16:41,087 Is it game day? Yep. 387 00:16:41,217 --> 00:16:43,872 I got one question. Hood? Or Blindfold? 388 00:16:53,229 --> 00:16:55,188 That was a long ride. 389 00:16:55,318 --> 00:16:56,841 You can take off your blindfold. 390 00:16:56,972 --> 00:16:59,931 Suggests that we went north. 391 00:17:00,062 --> 00:17:04,023 - Anytime, Jane. - Half of the ride was on unpaved roads, so... 392 00:17:04,153 --> 00:17:06,155 - You don't have to guess. - I'm just saying it's gonna take 393 00:17:06,286 --> 00:17:08,679 more than a blindfold to surprise me... 394 00:17:12,509 --> 00:17:14,903 - Zuckerberg's Bunker? - Delta House. 395 00:17:15,034 --> 00:17:18,167 Most secure facility on the island. 396 00:17:18,298 --> 00:17:20,300 ELITE has a budget, I guess. 397 00:17:20,430 --> 00:17:21,910 This only belongs to Defense. 398 00:17:22,041 --> 00:17:23,390 We're just borrowing it. 399 00:17:24,695 --> 00:17:27,046 - He looks cozy. - He's taken to his new surroundings... 400 00:17:27,176 --> 00:17:28,134 But he's stalling. 401 00:17:29,483 --> 00:17:31,485 Let's see if we can change that. 402 00:17:39,884 --> 00:17:41,495 - Really? - Really. 403 00:17:50,373 --> 00:17:51,679 Stop. 404 00:17:56,553 --> 00:17:59,469 Sam told me about your "preconditions." 405 00:17:59,600 --> 00:18:02,037 Yet he refuses to get hand sanitizers 406 00:18:02,168 --> 00:18:04,779 with more than 60%alcohol. 407 00:18:04,909 --> 00:18:06,128 Still. 408 00:18:06,259 --> 00:18:07,912 Nothing can beat soap and water. 409 00:18:08,043 --> 00:18:10,001 Not norovirus. Cryptosporidium. 410 00:18:10,132 --> 00:18:11,525 Clostridioides difficile... 411 00:18:13,440 --> 00:18:15,137 But you're not here to listen to my grievances. 412 00:18:15,268 --> 00:18:16,443 Oh, you have 413 00:18:16,573 --> 00:18:19,141 an understandably cautious tendency. 414 00:18:19,272 --> 00:18:20,708 Hmm. 415 00:18:20,838 --> 00:18:23,667 A less generous person would call this hypochondria. 416 00:18:23,798 --> 00:18:26,192 Hypochondria suggests unwarranted fear. 417 00:18:26,322 --> 00:18:28,542 But you know what can paralyze, 418 00:18:28,672 --> 00:18:31,022 kill, disfigure, 419 00:18:31,153 --> 00:18:32,502 at a molecular level. 420 00:18:33,982 --> 00:18:35,418 Ignorance is bliss. 421 00:18:35,549 --> 00:18:37,812 Not to mention that you have personally weaponized 422 00:18:37,942 --> 00:18:40,031 many of those threats. 423 00:18:40,162 --> 00:18:41,555 Hm. 424 00:18:43,513 --> 00:18:46,647 We need the locations of your labs. 425 00:18:46,777 --> 00:18:48,692 I've shared this information with your colleagues. 426 00:18:48,823 --> 00:18:50,651 The real locations. 427 00:18:50,781 --> 00:18:53,480 Not empty storage facilities. 428 00:18:53,610 --> 00:18:56,831 Perhaps somebody beat you to the punch. 429 00:18:56,961 --> 00:18:58,963 Perhaps you're stalling. 430 00:18:59,094 --> 00:19:00,661 Which would be bad form, considering my colleague and I 431 00:19:00,791 --> 00:19:02,489 saved your life. 432 00:19:02,619 --> 00:19:05,274 Oh, this has been delightful existence ever since. 433 00:19:08,843 --> 00:19:10,758 Only one reason... 434 00:19:10,888 --> 00:19:12,803 to keep that information. 435 00:19:13,761 --> 00:19:15,719 Strakhovaniye. 436 00:19:15,850 --> 00:19:17,156 Hmm. Insurance. 437 00:19:18,983 --> 00:19:21,334 - You speak Russian. - You think somehow your 438 00:19:21,464 --> 00:19:23,988 gangster friends will bust you out again. 439 00:19:24,119 --> 00:19:26,252 This is a aggrandizing notion? 440 00:19:26,382 --> 00:19:27,862 Consistent, 441 00:19:27,992 --> 00:19:29,994 for someone worldwide known as the Chemist. 442 00:19:31,431 --> 00:19:34,303 It's not even accurate, this moniker. 443 00:19:34,434 --> 00:19:36,610 But it's flattering nevertheless. 444 00:19:36,740 --> 00:19:38,046 While it lasts. 445 00:19:39,874 --> 00:19:42,398 Nobody's work comes even close. 446 00:19:44,879 --> 00:19:46,359 It doesn't matter. 447 00:19:46,489 --> 00:19:48,056 See, you think the worst thing that you could do 448 00:19:48,187 --> 00:19:50,450 would be to cooperate with us. 449 00:19:51,625 --> 00:19:53,496 When, in fact, the worst thing would be 450 00:19:53,627 --> 00:19:56,020 someone else finding your work 451 00:19:56,151 --> 00:19:57,979 and using it as their own. 452 00:20:01,591 --> 00:20:04,812 - This is not a worry. - And then they become... 453 00:20:05,813 --> 00:20:07,206 ...the Chemist. 454 00:20:09,120 --> 00:20:11,601 And you are just a guy in a windowless room. 455 00:20:17,520 --> 00:20:19,348 Hmm. 456 00:20:20,654 --> 00:20:22,308 So... 457 00:20:22,438 --> 00:20:24,571 it is legacy that you're offering me? 458 00:20:25,833 --> 00:20:27,661 And better hand sanitizer. 459 00:20:32,056 --> 00:20:33,275 Kaua'i is fun. 460 00:20:33,406 --> 00:20:36,974 The Napali coast. Hanalei Bay. 461 00:20:37,105 --> 00:20:38,367 We're gonna watch helos demonstrate 462 00:20:38,498 --> 00:20:40,021 low-altitude maneuvers. 463 00:20:40,151 --> 00:20:43,590 Wow. That is s... That's so cool. 464 00:20:43,720 --> 00:20:46,767 Kate, I love you, and you're trying so hard 465 00:20:46,897 --> 00:20:48,159 to cheer me up, but I'm okay. 466 00:20:48,290 --> 00:20:50,466 Only you're not. 467 00:20:51,989 --> 00:20:54,383 Something about Tatyana is getting to you.'Cause she comes from 468 00:20:54,514 --> 00:20:56,733 literally the worst family I've ever met. 469 00:20:56,864 --> 00:20:59,301 - And? - That's not enough? 470 00:20:59,432 --> 00:21:02,435 W... She's an assignment. 471 00:21:02,565 --> 00:21:03,871 You don't have to be friends with her. 472 00:21:04,001 --> 00:21:06,177 I know, it's just, 473 00:21:06,308 --> 00:21:08,310 she thinks we're somehow alike. 474 00:21:08,441 --> 00:21:10,530 Uh, well, that's ridiculous. 475 00:21:10,660 --> 00:21:12,314 - Right? - You aren't Russian, 476 00:21:12,445 --> 00:21:13,881 you don't own part of a private 477 00:21:14,011 --> 00:21:15,665 - military company. - No. That is what I said. 478 00:21:15,796 --> 00:21:17,363 I mean, you do both come from powerful families 479 00:21:17,493 --> 00:21:19,190 and have chosen your own separate paths. 480 00:21:19,321 --> 00:21:21,018 Kate, whose side are you on? 481 00:21:21,149 --> 00:21:22,890 Yours. A-Always yours. 482 00:21:23,020 --> 00:21:24,065 Just, I think it's creepy. 483 00:21:24,195 --> 00:21:26,328 She did all this research into my past, 484 00:21:26,459 --> 00:21:27,808 even knows things about my brothers. 485 00:21:27,938 --> 00:21:29,592 That's hard, since you don't go deep 486 00:21:29,723 --> 00:21:30,854 when it comes to your family. 487 00:21:30,985 --> 00:21:32,116 Even with me. 488 00:21:32,247 --> 00:21:33,727 I go deep. 489 00:21:33,857 --> 00:21:35,076 Very deep. 490 00:21:35,206 --> 00:21:38,297 I just... There's nothing to go deep about, 491 00:21:38,427 --> 00:21:40,081 and nothing's wrong, everything's fine. 492 00:21:40,211 --> 00:21:42,518 We're just like most families. 493 00:21:44,346 --> 00:21:47,393 Maybe, in a way, 494 00:21:47,523 --> 00:21:49,830 Tatyana's looking for a guide through her own family dilemma, 495 00:21:49,960 --> 00:21:51,397 and you can help her. 496 00:21:52,746 --> 00:21:54,791 Then why does it feel like she's hiding something from me? 497 00:21:59,230 --> 00:22:00,971 You're the brilliant investigator. 498 00:22:01,102 --> 00:22:02,669 Go investigate. 499 00:22:10,981 --> 00:22:12,592 Wow. 500 00:22:13,854 --> 00:22:16,160 It's a little early, no? 501 00:22:16,291 --> 00:22:18,075 I'm still on Damascus time. 502 00:22:18,206 --> 00:22:19,816 Yeah, but you're not here on vacation. 503 00:22:19,947 --> 00:22:21,427 Well, duh, Kai. 504 00:22:21,557 --> 00:22:23,254 When have I ever taken a vacation? 505 00:22:23,385 --> 00:22:25,039 Never. 506 00:22:25,169 --> 00:22:27,041 But you also have no interest in 507 00:22:27,171 --> 00:22:30,000 covering, uh, peace conferences. 508 00:22:31,959 --> 00:22:34,135 You do bullets, not PowerPoints. 509 00:22:34,265 --> 00:22:37,660 Well, this trip had an added perk. 510 00:22:42,491 --> 00:22:44,406 Except you're on the clock, too. 511 00:22:44,537 --> 00:22:46,843 No, I-I'm just... 512 00:22:46,974 --> 00:22:49,237 I'm just here to watch you enjoy that mai tai. 513 00:22:49,368 --> 00:22:51,239 You know, we have such limited time, I just... 514 00:22:51,370 --> 00:22:53,372 - Please. - What? 515 00:22:53,502 --> 00:22:54,895 I know what you're trying to do. 516 00:22:55,025 --> 00:22:56,853 It's our first date all over again. 517 00:22:57,985 --> 00:22:59,508 No, no, I'm not sure 518 00:22:59,639 --> 00:23:01,380 the TGI Friday's in Kandahar 519 00:23:01,510 --> 00:23:04,078 - can be considered a date. - Um, it was totally a date, 520 00:23:04,208 --> 00:23:06,297 and I was totally playing you for information. 521 00:23:07,342 --> 00:23:09,344 Yeah. 522 00:23:09,475 --> 00:23:11,651 Well, then you owe me one, don't you? 523 00:23:13,174 --> 00:23:14,654 Tatyana Sokolov. 524 00:23:16,046 --> 00:23:17,787 Why do you think I know about Tatyana Sokolov? 525 00:23:17,918 --> 00:23:19,093 Because I'm not a fool. 526 00:23:19,223 --> 00:23:22,792 And because you get intel others can't. 527 00:23:27,580 --> 00:23:29,582 She's not here for the conference. 528 00:23:29,712 --> 00:23:31,322 She's here to broker the biggest arms deal in 529 00:23:31,453 --> 00:23:32,759 the last 20 years for her family. 530 00:23:32,889 --> 00:23:34,500 Does the State Department know? 531 00:23:34,630 --> 00:23:36,415 They set itup, Kai. 532 00:23:36,545 --> 00:23:38,808 It's a big deal for everyone. 533 00:23:38,939 --> 00:23:41,202 It'll legitimize the Sokolov relationship with the U.S., 534 00:23:41,332 --> 00:23:42,464 and even higher stakes for the people who 535 00:23:42,595 --> 00:23:44,292 can't afford to let the deal go through. 536 00:23:44,423 --> 00:23:46,033 In other words, something bad is brewing. 537 00:23:54,563 --> 00:23:56,217 An arms deal? 538 00:23:56,347 --> 00:23:58,132 You're here at a peace conference to buy guns? 539 00:23:58,262 --> 00:24:00,090 Actually, missiles and drones. 540 00:24:00,221 --> 00:24:02,876 Big secret to keep from us. 541 00:24:03,006 --> 00:24:04,355 It's not my fault 542 00:24:04,486 --> 00:24:06,183 the State Department keeps you in the dark. 543 00:24:06,314 --> 00:24:07,968 For someone who wants out of the game, 544 00:24:08,098 --> 00:24:09,578 you sure have no problem playing it. 545 00:24:09,709 --> 00:24:11,145 I have no choice. 546 00:24:11,275 --> 00:24:12,581 I don't know who you are. 547 00:24:12,712 --> 00:24:16,629 I'm someone who is completely at your mercy. 548 00:24:21,155 --> 00:24:24,201 If anyone in my family knows I want to defect, 549 00:24:24,332 --> 00:24:25,812 they will kill me. 550 00:24:25,942 --> 00:24:26,682 Please, help me. 551 00:24:28,510 --> 00:24:31,426 Either you're playing me or you're actually afraid. 552 00:24:31,557 --> 00:24:33,515 Regardless, we need to turn around 553 00:24:33,646 --> 00:24:35,256 and go back before any of us get... 554 00:25:13,337 --> 00:25:14,948 Get out! 555 00:25:20,388 --> 00:25:22,303 I'll cover. You guys go. 556 00:25:35,795 --> 00:25:37,492 - Three labs, three locations. - Think your team 557 00:25:37,623 --> 00:25:39,668 will find what they need. 558 00:25:39,799 --> 00:25:42,018 Nothing more vulnerable than an arrogant man's ego. 559 00:25:42,149 --> 00:25:43,629 Like a moth to the flame. 560 00:25:43,759 --> 00:25:45,065 Doesn't even realize he's a moth. 561 00:25:48,677 --> 00:25:50,244 Jesse, what's up? 562 00:25:50,374 --> 00:25:51,811 Wondering where you are, boss. 563 00:25:51,941 --> 00:25:53,290 Lucy's Humvee was attacked 564 00:25:53,421 --> 00:25:54,988 - in Waimea Canyon. - Any contact? 565 00:25:55,118 --> 00:25:57,338 No, she hasn't checked in and no signal on her phone. 566 00:25:57,468 --> 00:25:58,992 We're scrambling REACT as we speak. 567 00:25:59,122 --> 00:26:00,341 Fine. We can get there faster. 568 00:26:00,471 --> 00:26:01,472 We're near Dillingham. 569 00:26:01,603 --> 00:26:03,692 So much for the blindfold. 570 00:26:03,823 --> 00:26:05,128 Jesse, you find out who's behind this. 571 00:26:05,259 --> 00:26:06,565 We'll find Lucy. 572 00:26:06,695 --> 00:26:07,740 You got it, boss. Bring her back. 573 00:26:09,568 --> 00:26:11,004 Listen... We're wheels up in five. 574 00:26:14,311 --> 00:26:15,486 Coast Guard scrambled their ready helo 575 00:26:15,617 --> 00:26:17,053 to take Tennant and Sam over. 576 00:26:17,184 --> 00:26:19,055 They'll beat emergency services and REACT. 577 00:26:19,186 --> 00:26:20,622 - Okay. - Any updates? 578 00:26:20,753 --> 00:26:21,884 Still can't reach Lucy. 579 00:26:22,015 --> 00:26:23,407 Well, that part of Kaua'i is 580 00:26:23,538 --> 00:26:25,105 the Bermuda Triangle of coverage. 581 00:26:25,235 --> 00:26:27,281 Phones enter, signals never leave. 582 00:26:27,411 --> 00:26:29,762 I was able to access satellite imagery. 583 00:26:31,067 --> 00:26:34,288 I see the driver but no other bodies. 584 00:26:34,418 --> 00:26:35,942 Maybe Tatyana and Lucy slipped out, 585 00:26:36,072 --> 00:26:37,073 headed into the jungle. 586 00:26:37,204 --> 00:26:38,031 Can you get eyes on the attackers? 587 00:26:38,161 --> 00:26:39,510 This is real time. 588 00:26:39,641 --> 00:26:41,077 Everybody still alive is long gone. 589 00:26:41,208 --> 00:26:42,078 Look, this looks like 590 00:26:42,209 --> 00:26:43,166 a rocket attack. 591 00:26:43,297 --> 00:26:44,646 It's highly organized and planned. 592 00:26:44,777 --> 00:26:46,474 Yeah, someone put a lot of thought into this 593 00:26:46,605 --> 00:26:47,867 and had Tatyana's schedule. 594 00:26:47,997 --> 00:26:50,173 Someone like Nino. 595 00:26:50,304 --> 00:26:51,479 Any news on Lucy? 596 00:26:51,610 --> 00:26:54,047 Good, you got my text. 597 00:26:55,614 --> 00:26:57,877 So, we think Lucy made it out. 598 00:26:58,007 --> 00:26:59,922 You think? 599 00:27:00,053 --> 00:27:01,315 Well, there's no movement at the ambush site. 600 00:27:01,445 --> 00:27:03,534 And that's a good thing? 601 00:27:03,665 --> 00:27:04,710 The driver's dead. Whoever's doing this 602 00:27:04,840 --> 00:27:05,711 isn't leaving survivors. 603 00:27:05,841 --> 00:27:07,408 Ernie, maybe just stop talking. 604 00:27:07,538 --> 00:27:09,192 Kate, they're in the jungle. 605 00:27:09,323 --> 00:27:11,630 - But so are her attackers. - I-I may have a way 606 00:27:11,760 --> 00:27:13,457 of narrowing her location. 607 00:27:17,984 --> 00:27:19,899 Waimea is the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, 608 00:27:20,029 --> 00:27:21,770 but the likeliest path from the ambush site 609 00:27:21,901 --> 00:27:25,208 would put her in this valley. 610 00:27:25,339 --> 00:27:27,776 High ground. - That's where she'd go. - Increased elevation 611 00:27:27,907 --> 00:27:29,386 means increased visibility and surveillance, 612 00:27:29,517 --> 00:27:31,171 maybe a chance for a signal. 613 00:27:31,301 --> 00:27:32,955 All right, I'll let Tennant and Sam know. 614 00:27:33,086 --> 00:27:34,348 Kai, find Nino, wherever she is. 615 00:27:34,478 --> 00:27:35,828 I'm coming with. 616 00:27:35,958 --> 00:27:37,699 - You sure? - Yeah. 617 00:27:39,527 --> 00:27:40,963 So, what's the plan here? 618 00:27:41,094 --> 00:27:42,661 Get to the top, 619 00:27:42,791 --> 00:27:45,620 hope help arrives before the bad guys do. 620 00:27:45,751 --> 00:27:47,448 Hope is not much of a strategy. 621 00:27:47,578 --> 00:27:49,276 Yeah, I'd settle for luck. 622 00:27:50,799 --> 00:27:52,671 Well, that dog won't hunt. 623 00:27:52,801 --> 00:27:54,498 This is type of luck. 624 00:27:55,499 --> 00:27:56,675 Why don't you just go back 625 00:27:56,805 --> 00:27:58,154 and make sure we're not being followed? 626 00:27:58,285 --> 00:28:00,417 - I'll take a look at this wound. - I'm unarmed. 627 00:28:00,548 --> 00:28:02,202 Well, I'm not asking you to engage, 628 00:28:02,332 --> 00:28:03,638 and I am not handing you my weapon. 629 00:28:17,347 --> 00:28:18,958 You walked the whole way with this in your leg? 630 00:28:20,568 --> 00:28:21,830 You're strong. 631 00:28:23,092 --> 00:28:24,180 Unfortunately, that's gonna have to stay in 632 00:28:24,311 --> 00:28:25,399 or you're gonna bleed out. 633 00:28:25,529 --> 00:28:26,748 Wouldn't that make your day? 634 00:28:32,232 --> 00:28:34,103 Hey... 635 00:28:35,452 --> 00:28:37,672 You trust your team to make it? 636 00:28:37,803 --> 00:28:39,413 With my life. 637 00:28:54,167 --> 00:28:55,429 AK-47 magazines. 638 00:28:55,559 --> 00:28:56,778 A lot of 'em. 639 00:28:56,909 --> 00:28:59,085 Looks like five, maybe six suspects. 640 00:28:59,215 --> 00:29:00,782 Judging from their tracks, these guys are organized. 641 00:29:00,913 --> 00:29:02,392 They know small unit tactics. 642 00:29:02,523 --> 00:29:04,568 They're all heading in after Lucy. 643 00:29:07,006 --> 00:29:08,398 Let's go find our people. 644 00:29:15,231 --> 00:29:17,059 Wait... 645 00:29:17,190 --> 00:29:18,887 Thought you were going after Nino. 646 00:29:19,018 --> 00:29:22,108 - Someone beat us to it. - Yeah, HPD found her. 647 00:29:22,238 --> 00:29:23,849 She took a plunge out of a ten-story window. 648 00:29:23,979 --> 00:29:25,372 Assuming it wasn't an accident. 649 00:29:25,502 --> 00:29:26,590 Highly unlikely. 650 00:29:26,721 --> 00:29:28,114 That's too bad. 651 00:29:28,244 --> 00:29:29,724 'Cause I figured out Nino 652 00:29:29,855 --> 00:29:30,812 got access to Tatyana's itinerary 653 00:29:30,943 --> 00:29:32,466 from an anonymous email. 654 00:29:32,596 --> 00:29:34,250 It's a setup. 655 00:29:34,381 --> 00:29:36,078 AK-47s, rockets... 656 00:29:36,209 --> 00:29:37,514 Whoever's behind this really wanted us to think 657 00:29:37,645 --> 00:29:39,473 it was Nino and her group. 658 00:29:39,603 --> 00:29:41,127 - She's a patsy. - Yeah. 659 00:29:41,257 --> 00:29:43,042 Okay, so who set her up? 660 00:29:43,172 --> 00:29:45,044 Occam's razor. 661 00:29:45,174 --> 00:29:47,524 Most likely answer is the simplest one. 662 00:29:47,655 --> 00:29:49,526 Someone who had access to 663 00:29:49,657 --> 00:29:50,963 the itinerary in the first place. 664 00:29:54,531 --> 00:29:56,446 Let me ask you something. 665 00:29:58,622 --> 00:30:00,537 How long have you known Vicktor? 666 00:30:00,668 --> 00:30:02,235 He's been with my family for years. 667 00:30:02,365 --> 00:30:04,324 So you trust him? 668 00:30:04,454 --> 00:30:06,282 He was my father's man, 669 00:30:06,413 --> 00:30:08,241 now usually my brother's, but... 670 00:30:08,371 --> 00:30:09,764 he's loyal, yes. 671 00:30:11,853 --> 00:30:13,550 You think he's involved? 672 00:30:15,030 --> 00:30:16,815 Yeah, that's what I'm gonna sort out. 673 00:30:17,946 --> 00:30:19,208 Oh! 674 00:30:41,927 --> 00:30:42,884 That was a single weapon. 675 00:30:44,233 --> 00:30:45,234 No return fire. 676 00:30:45,365 --> 00:30:46,366 Could mean anything. 677 00:30:46,496 --> 00:30:48,455 Not trying to guess what it means. 678 00:30:48,585 --> 00:30:50,370 It's proof we're on the right track. 679 00:30:50,500 --> 00:30:51,980 Yeah, but we're not the only ones who heard it. 680 00:31:34,675 --> 00:31:37,025 What do we do now? 681 00:31:37,156 --> 00:31:38,548 We go the other way. 682 00:31:38,679 --> 00:31:40,768 And fast. 683 00:31:40,899 --> 00:31:43,162 - Can you move? - I'll try. 684 00:32:00,657 --> 00:32:01,789 You know him? 685 00:32:01,920 --> 00:32:03,051 It's Vicktor. 686 00:32:03,182 --> 00:32:04,531 Tatyana's personal bodyguard. 687 00:32:06,185 --> 00:32:08,187 Turned on the person he was supposed to protect. 688 00:32:08,317 --> 00:32:10,058 Someone paid him off. 689 00:32:10,189 --> 00:32:11,712 Doesn't matter to me till we find Lucy. 690 00:32:11,842 --> 00:32:14,671 Vicktor was killed with a handgun. Close range. 691 00:32:14,802 --> 00:32:16,978 But there was a fight. 692 00:32:19,459 --> 00:32:21,156 Got a lot of boot prints headed up this hill. 693 00:32:21,287 --> 00:32:23,637 Good. 694 00:32:23,767 --> 00:32:25,900 'Cause I'm pretty sure Lucy and Tatyana went this way. 695 00:32:26,031 --> 00:32:27,684 You a tracker now, Jane Tennant? 696 00:32:27,815 --> 00:32:30,426 No. But I know a sign when I see one. 697 00:32:33,255 --> 00:32:34,953 Sunshine Organic. 698 00:32:35,083 --> 00:32:37,085 It's Lucy's dry cleaners. She left it for me. 699 00:32:37,216 --> 00:32:40,175 Wow. That's smart. 700 00:32:40,306 --> 00:32:41,524 But she's not the only one. 701 00:32:41,655 --> 00:32:42,830 What do you mean? 702 00:32:42,961 --> 00:32:44,963 See those prints over there? 703 00:32:46,703 --> 00:32:48,096 One of the bad guys swung back around. 704 00:32:48,227 --> 00:32:49,010 He's on their tail. 705 00:32:57,062 --> 00:32:58,237 I need to stop. 706 00:32:58,367 --> 00:33:00,108 We really can't. 707 00:33:03,590 --> 00:33:05,244 I'm trying, but... 708 00:33:07,855 --> 00:33:10,336 - No, no, don't. - Yeah, okay, 709 00:33:10,466 --> 00:33:11,380 you're right, you're right. 710 00:33:11,511 --> 00:33:13,904 Let's take five. 711 00:33:14,035 --> 00:33:15,254 Okay. 712 00:33:21,695 --> 00:33:23,479 Do you have any more ammunition than that? 713 00:33:23,610 --> 00:33:25,046 To be honest? 714 00:33:25,177 --> 00:33:26,917 No. 715 00:33:28,919 --> 00:33:31,922 I was foolish to think I could ever escape this life. 716 00:33:32,053 --> 00:33:34,186 - We're not finished here. - I am. 717 00:33:35,535 --> 00:33:36,971 You should leave me. 718 00:33:37,102 --> 00:33:38,929 You're only saying that 'cause you know I wouldn't. 719 00:33:39,060 --> 00:33:41,497 It seems I've grown on you. 720 00:33:43,021 --> 00:33:44,196 I just don't want to get in trouble with the boss 721 00:33:44,326 --> 00:33:45,980 if you die. 722 00:33:46,111 --> 00:33:48,548 And here I am, 723 00:33:48,678 --> 00:33:50,202 thinking you admire me. 724 00:33:53,727 --> 00:33:56,686 You're walking away from power and wealth into uncertainty. 725 00:33:58,862 --> 00:34:00,951 Of course I admire you. 726 00:34:02,431 --> 00:34:04,172 It doesn't matter much... 727 00:34:06,000 --> 00:34:08,350 ...if we're dead in a ditch. 728 00:34:08,481 --> 00:34:09,656 Hey. 729 00:34:09,786 --> 00:34:11,962 We are not done here yet. 730 00:34:14,922 --> 00:34:16,750 Hey. 731 00:34:16,880 --> 00:34:18,012 Vicktor the bodyguard 732 00:34:18,143 --> 00:34:19,448 was responsible for sending 733 00:34:19,579 --> 00:34:21,885 Tatyana's itinerary to Nino. 734 00:34:22,016 --> 00:34:23,365 And I have CCTV footage 735 00:34:23,496 --> 00:34:25,237 of him entering her hotel this morning. 736 00:34:26,499 --> 00:34:29,110 Oh, wow. 737 00:34:29,241 --> 00:34:30,633 So, he pushed Nino out the window 738 00:34:30,764 --> 00:34:33,245 before heading to Kaua'i with Lucy and Tatyana? 739 00:34:33,375 --> 00:34:35,247 It would appear that way. 740 00:34:35,377 --> 00:34:37,379 Okay, so who's paying him? Uh... 741 00:34:37,510 --> 00:34:40,034 separatists, uh, a rival private army, 742 00:34:40,165 --> 00:34:41,688 - the Russians? - Building off the intel 743 00:34:41,818 --> 00:34:44,212 from our affable Canadian war correspondent-- 744 00:34:44,343 --> 00:34:46,171 you two looked happy, by the way. 745 00:34:46,301 --> 00:34:47,650 Wait, how do you-how do you know how we... 746 00:34:47,781 --> 00:34:49,087 Turns out it's none of the above. 747 00:34:50,436 --> 00:34:51,611 Vicktor worked for the Sokolov family 748 00:34:51,741 --> 00:34:53,221 since he was a teenager. 749 00:34:53,352 --> 00:34:54,744 You don't get more loyal than this guy. 750 00:34:54,875 --> 00:34:56,094 He's taken bullets for them. 751 00:34:56,224 --> 00:34:57,704 His loyalty is to the family, 752 00:34:57,834 --> 00:34:59,488 - not Tatyana. - Exactly. 753 00:34:59,619 --> 00:35:01,708 If he got wind that she wanted to defect, 754 00:35:01,838 --> 00:35:02,970 he'd tell her brother. 755 00:35:03,101 --> 00:35:05,451 'Cause if she succeeded... 756 00:35:05,581 --> 00:35:07,975 She would share all her family's secrets. 757 00:35:09,759 --> 00:35:10,760 It would end them. 758 00:35:14,286 --> 00:35:15,809 You seeing what I'm seeing? 759 00:35:15,939 --> 00:35:17,724 A lot more blood the further we go. 760 00:35:25,993 --> 00:35:27,125 Two ahead. 761 00:35:30,084 --> 00:35:31,868 Two more at ten o'clock. 762 00:35:31,999 --> 00:35:33,740 Based on their formation, 763 00:35:33,870 --> 00:35:35,002 they're ready to engage. 764 00:35:35,133 --> 00:35:37,744 Yeah, well, we got another problem. 765 00:35:37,874 --> 00:35:38,788 Where are the rest of them? 766 00:35:51,671 --> 00:35:52,672 I counted three bullets. 767 00:35:52,802 --> 00:35:54,369 Yep. I'm out. 768 00:35:54,500 --> 00:35:56,066 What now? 769 00:35:56,197 --> 00:35:57,807 I'm open to suggestions. 770 00:35:57,938 --> 00:36:00,419 [gunfire continuing 771 00:36:09,819 --> 00:36:11,473 We got problems. 772 00:36:11,604 --> 00:36:13,127 Even to a Russian, that's an understatement. 773 00:36:13,258 --> 00:36:14,302 We're done if they flank us. 774 00:36:14,433 --> 00:36:16,217 What do we do now? 775 00:36:21,091 --> 00:36:22,310 Stay here. I'm gonna go for the gun. 776 00:36:22,441 --> 00:36:23,485 That's crazy. 777 00:36:23,616 --> 00:36:25,052 Probably. 778 00:36:43,505 --> 00:36:44,898 Hey, boss. Thanks for coming. 779 00:36:45,028 --> 00:36:46,247 We're not done yet. 780 00:36:53,298 --> 00:36:55,213 Contact left! 781 00:37:02,002 --> 00:37:03,917 Hope as strategy. 782 00:37:04,047 --> 00:37:05,788 Told you it'd work. 783 00:37:07,225 --> 00:37:08,400 The med team's coming in. 784 00:37:08,530 --> 00:37:09,314 Great. 785 00:37:11,446 --> 00:37:13,492 We're gonna get you out of here safe, Tatyana. 786 00:37:15,058 --> 00:37:16,364 Okay. 787 00:37:23,241 --> 00:37:24,242 How are you feeling? 788 00:37:26,679 --> 00:37:28,855 Like my entire life hangs on what's happening 789 00:37:28,985 --> 00:37:30,465 in that room. 790 00:37:30,596 --> 00:37:31,771 Fair. 791 00:37:33,425 --> 00:37:36,079 But I mean everything else. The leg... 792 00:37:36,210 --> 00:37:37,777 Or the fact this was all my brother? 793 00:37:41,476 --> 00:37:43,739 No pain pills for that, I'm afraid. 794 00:37:46,655 --> 00:37:49,484 Whatever happens, you're gonna be all right. 795 00:37:49,615 --> 00:37:51,051 Whatever happens, 796 00:37:51,181 --> 00:37:52,748 I lose everything I ever knew. 797 00:37:54,315 --> 00:37:55,621 Will it have been worth it? 798 00:38:01,453 --> 00:38:04,107 If you were gonna be true to yourself, 799 00:38:04,238 --> 00:38:06,066 did you have any other choice? 800 00:38:16,076 --> 00:38:18,600 Just spoke to the State Department, DoD and Justice. 801 00:38:18,731 --> 00:38:22,169 So... have I defected? 802 00:38:22,300 --> 00:38:24,258 Yes. 803 00:38:24,389 --> 00:38:26,129 State's giving you asylum, effective immediately. 804 00:38:30,220 --> 00:38:31,309 They're gonna have a lot of questions 805 00:38:31,439 --> 00:38:33,485 about your brother and the family business. 806 00:38:36,314 --> 00:38:38,185 I will answer them all. 807 00:38:39,447 --> 00:38:40,927 What now? 808 00:38:41,057 --> 00:38:43,233 I escort you to a plane that'll take you 809 00:38:43,364 --> 00:38:46,324 to a secure location for debriefing. 810 00:38:46,454 --> 00:38:48,282 Can I give you a hand? 811 00:38:48,413 --> 00:38:51,198 - Yeah. - Unless you want me to take you. 812 00:38:52,155 --> 00:38:53,461 You've done enough. 813 00:38:55,028 --> 00:38:57,509 Go live your life, Lucy Tara. 814 00:39:07,823 --> 00:39:09,651 Think maybe I should go, too. 815 00:39:11,349 --> 00:39:13,612 I think someone else needs you right now. 816 00:39:27,277 --> 00:39:28,844 I waited as long as I could. 817 00:39:29,932 --> 00:39:31,369 Wow. 818 00:39:31,499 --> 00:39:33,458 I didn't realize I missed you so much. 819 00:39:34,850 --> 00:39:36,809 Or how strong you are. 820 00:39:38,463 --> 00:39:39,899 It was only 12 hours. 821 00:39:40,029 --> 00:39:41,944 Felt longer. 822 00:39:42,075 --> 00:39:44,469 Seems like you and Tatyana found common ground. 823 00:39:45,774 --> 00:39:48,560 Her family makes my family seem like the Waltons. 824 00:39:49,735 --> 00:39:52,346 Does that mean I get to meet them, finally? 825 00:39:52,477 --> 00:39:55,871 Let's just stick with the basics. 826 00:39:56,002 --> 00:39:59,353 You, me, the couch and some bad reality TV. 827 00:40:00,876 --> 00:40:01,877 Mm-hmm. 828 00:40:02,835 --> 00:40:04,402 Come on. 829 00:40:09,972 --> 00:40:11,365 Hey, there. 830 00:40:11,496 --> 00:40:14,020 Hey, back. 831 00:40:14,150 --> 00:40:18,285 I heard there was big changes in the Sokolov organization. 832 00:40:18,416 --> 00:40:20,374 You know I can't say. 833 00:40:20,505 --> 00:40:21,984 That's all right. I got other sources. 834 00:40:22,115 --> 00:40:23,377 It's gonna be a big story. 835 00:40:23,508 --> 00:40:24,813 Oh. 836 00:40:31,124 --> 00:40:32,473 Hey, um... 837 00:40:35,433 --> 00:40:36,956 ...do you ever think about what it would be like 838 00:40:37,086 --> 00:40:39,393 if we had more than just, um, 839 00:40:39,524 --> 00:40:42,135 deployments and vacations? 840 00:40:44,137 --> 00:40:46,008 We make do. 841 00:40:46,139 --> 00:40:47,532 Yeah. 842 00:40:48,968 --> 00:40:50,535 Yeah. 843 00:40:52,754 --> 00:40:54,582 I can drive you to the airport. 844 00:40:57,585 --> 00:41:00,414 That flight took off a half hour ago, Kai. 845 00:41:02,721 --> 00:41:05,158 That is not very responsible of you. 846 00:41:06,464 --> 00:41:08,640 Well, it means a girl's stuck here for another 24 hours. 847 00:41:08,770 --> 00:41:10,729 - Really? - Any ideas on what she could do? 848 00:41:10,859 --> 00:41:14,167 Yeah. Yeah, I have a few. 849 00:41:20,782 --> 00:41:22,349 Dinner. 850 00:41:27,006 --> 00:41:29,574 Uh, nighttime stroll. 851 00:41:29,704 --> 00:41:30,966 Yeah. 852 00:41:35,057 --> 00:41:36,537 Or... 853 00:41:37,582 --> 00:41:40,019 Let's go with "or."Yeah. 854 00:41:49,202 --> 00:41:51,987 Little thank-you gift for helping us out with the Chemist. 855 00:41:52,118 --> 00:41:53,423 Figured the thank-you was helping 856 00:41:53,554 --> 00:41:55,991 bring Lucy and Tatyana back safe. 857 00:41:56,122 --> 00:41:59,342 Nah. I do that out of loyalty. 858 00:41:59,473 --> 00:42:03,129 Ooh. Good stuff. 859 00:42:03,259 --> 00:42:05,218 You must be very grateful. 860 00:42:05,348 --> 00:42:07,002 Well, the Chemist made good. 861 00:42:07,133 --> 00:42:09,048 We have three labs on our target list. 862 00:42:11,311 --> 00:42:13,705 Well, I hope you find what you're looking for. 863 00:42:13,835 --> 00:42:15,533 ELITE is already on the move. 864 00:42:17,404 --> 00:42:19,275 You're not going with? 865 00:42:19,406 --> 00:42:21,713 I'm-a stay close to the Chemist. 866 00:42:21,843 --> 00:42:23,149 And Hawai'i. 867 00:42:25,107 --> 00:42:26,892 Can't quit us, huh? 868 00:42:29,895 --> 00:42:31,287 Kind of getting used to it here. 869 00:42:31,418 --> 00:42:33,072 Nice. 870 00:42:44,823 --> 00:42:47,695 Captioning sponsored by CBS 871 00:42:47,826 --> 00:42:51,003 and TOYOTA. 872 00:42:51,133 --> 00:42:55,133 Captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH access.wgbh.org 57513

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