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#116 : Avant que la mort nous sépare

 

Demetri décide de presser ses projets de mariage avec Zoey quand la taupe du FBI capturée confirme la date de son assassinat prophétisé ; Wedeck tente d'aider Aaron afin d'infiltrer "Jericho", et l'amitié entre Lloyd et Olivia se renforce.

Titre VO
Let No Man Put Asunder

Titre VF
Avant que la mort nous sépare

Première diffusion
15.04.2010

Première diffusion en France
19.08.2010

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Scénaristes: Seth Hoffman ; Quinton Peeples - Réalisateur: Bobby Roth

Guest Stars: Lee Thompson Young (Al Gough) ; Michael Massee (Dyson Frost) ; Barry Shabaka Henley (Shelly Vreede) ; Barbara Williams (Joyce Clemente) ; Amy Rosoff (Marcie Turoff) ; Chris Coy (Ross Weber) ; Elizabeth Sung (Saayo Noh)

Audiences US : 5 millions de téléspectateurs
Audiences FR - Tf1 : 1,4 millions de téléspectateurs

Distribution

Joseph Fiennes → Mark Benford
John Cho → Demetri Noh
Jack Davenport → Lloyd Simcoe
Zachary Knighton → Dr. Bryce Varley 
Peyton List → Nicole Kirby 
Dominic Monaghan → Simon Campos 
Brian F. O'Byrne → Aaron Stark 
Courtney B. Vance → Stanford Wedeck
Sonya Walger → Dr. Olivia Benford
Christine Woods → Janis Hawk
Lee Thompson Young → Al Gough
Michael Massee → Dyson Frost
Barry Shabaka Henley → Agent Shelly Vreede
Barbara Williams → Vice President Joyce Clemente
Amy Rosoff → Marcie Turoff
Chris Coy → Ross Weber
Elizabeth Sung → Saayo Noh
Gabrielle Union → Zoey Andata
Lennon Wynn → Charlie Benford
Ryan Wynott → Dylan Simcoe
Lawrence Mandley → Kent Nelson
Milauna Jemai → Susan

RESUME FRANCAIS :

Les agents Mark Benford et Janis Hawk interrogent Marcie Turoff. Elle révèle qu'elle a été recruté 3 mois avant le blackout. Dans son flash, elle s'est vu en prison, mais elle se sentait importante car elle n'avait pas encore révélé le plus important. L'interrogatoire est de courte durée. Des agents sont envoyés par Washington pour récupérer la prisonnière.

L'arme de Mark Benford a servi a tuer quelqu'un hier soir. Un sdf. Dimitri est sensé mourir dans 3 jours. Le suspect est finalement arrêté, mais le numéro de série est différent : ce n'est pas l'arme qui servira à tuer Dimitri.

La vice présidente demande à Stanford Wedeck d'enquêter discrètement sur le groupe Jericho. Dans sa vision, elle se voyait présidente, mais elle a également appris que les Jericho avaient déclenché une crise politique et menaçaient la sécurité du pays.

Weddeck retrouve Aaron Stark et le fait parler. Il lui propose son aide pour retrouver Tracy. En échange, elle devra témoigner contre Jericho.

Mark réalise que le suspect qu'ils ont poursuit avec ce qu'il pensait être son arme volée n'était pas le coupable du meurtre du sdf : c'est Dyson Frost qui l'a tué.

Demetri Noh décide de braver le destin : il va épouser Zoey Andata plus tôt que prévu et fuir à Hawaï avant le 15 mars. Mais Dyson Frost le kidnappe...

RESUME ANGLAIS :

When Marcie is asked who recruited her to be a mole in the FBI, she says that information will be revealed in due time. That’s because in her flash forward, Marcie was incarcerated. She tells her attorney that she’s indispensible to the FBI until she tells them who recruited her.

The Director of the FBI orders Marcie to be extradited to Washington for further questioning. With March 15th just three days away, Demetri asks Marcie for details on his imminent murder. She claims that all contact with her handlers was done cryptically. Marcie has nothing to offer other than to say Demetri is supposed to die in Los Angeles. She says, “Look, you’re gonna die in three days and there’s nothing you can do to stop it.”

"March 15th, I know that's the day you're supposed to die. Who says you didn't get shot three days earlier?"A 55-year-old man is murdered in a homeless shelter. Ballistics reveal that the bullets used to kill him came from Mark’s missing gun. Just before he was shot, the victim said, “I knew it would be you. I just didn’t want to believe.” An old blue sedan was seen leaving the shelter. A man driving a similar car takes a hostage inside a building. When shots are fired, Mark and Demetri rush inside.

The hostage-taker is somewhat delusional, as he holds a woman at gunpoint. It’s a tense standoff as Demetri tries to convince the man to surrender. That’s not going to happen. He tosses the woman to the side and takes aim at Demetri. Before the man can get off a shot, Demetri pulls a gun hidden in the small of his back. He fires, hitting the man in the shoulder. The shooter drops his gun. Unfortunately, it’s not Mark’s.

Mark convinces Demetri that the best thing he can do is get out of town. But Demetri isn’t going anywhere until he and Zoey are married. They’ll tie the knot in a church and then zip off to Hawaii for a honeymoon that will extend way past March 15th. At his impromptu bachelor party, an inebriated Demetri tries to talk to Janis about that night in Somalia. She cuts him off by telling him that she’s pregnant just as the cab he’s in pulls away.

The next day, Demetri is at home getting dressed for his wedding when…WHAM! He’s knocked out with the butt of a gun. We’re assuming this is Mark’s missing firearm, since the man standing over Demetri’s unconscious body is Dyson Frost. "The guy's been wanting to talk to you for 19 years and now he's playing hard to get."

Vice President Joyce Clemente wants Wedeck to do an “off the books” investigation into Jericho. In her flash forward, Clemente believed that Jericho had done some things that threatened national security. Mark tells his boss that he looked into Jericho at the request of Aaron, who recently went off the grid.

Wedeck tracks down Aaron, who is planning to go to Afghanistan to rescue Tracy. Wedeck wants to know what Tracy has on Jericho. He’ll help Aaron get into Afghanistan and provide him with enough firepower to get out. But he’ll be on his own if things go south. Aaron says, “I saw myself with my daughter. We were together in Afghanistan and she was alive. God help anyone who stands in my way.”

Charlie and Dylan conspire to meet for a playdate at the park. Olivia didn’t know Lloyd would be there and vice versa. When Charlie gets hurt, Lloyd is a source of comfort as Olivia tends to her. Later that night, Olivia shows up at Lloyd’s place to thank him for his help. Lloyd has a phone, so he wonders why she didn’t just call. These two had very strong feeling for each other in their flash forwards. They can’t fight those feelings now. As a tear streams down Olivia’s face, she leans in and kisses Lloyd. It looks like their vision is coming true.

"I'm not gonna let that gun kill one more person."When Demetri doesn’t show up for his own wedding, Mark looks for clues at his partner’s home. He calls Olivia, who is busy working a game booth at Charlie’s school carnival. On the outskirts of the carnival, Dyson Frost sits in the front seat of his blue sedan. In the backseat is an unconscious Demetri.

At the carnival, Olivia promises Mark that she’ll give Charlie a kiss for him. That’s if she can find her. As Olivia yells out for her daughter, Charlie sits on a bench enjoying some cotton candy. A man takes a seat next to her. We know this man to be Dyson Frost. He’s also been called D. Gibbons. And, as Charlie knows from her flash forward, D. Gibbons is a bad man.

[The episode commences with an aerial shot of Los Angeles.]

TWO YEARS BEFORE THE BLACKOUT

[The scene begins with the FBI agents on their first day as agents. They stand as Mark gives his welcome speech while standing next to Wedeck.]

MARK: Today is more than just the beginning of your career. Today, along with a badge and a gun, you're gonna get a story about your first day on the job. Every special agent has one. Some are funny, some are tragic, some are boring. But today won't be the most important day in your career as an FBI Agent. That day is somewhere down the line. You won't see it coming. It sneaks up on you. It'll most likely be an anonymous moment, a crossroads where you're asked to do something, make some kind of personal sacrifice for the good of someone else and that person my never know your name or see your face or even understand what you did, [pause] but you'll know. And isn't that why you're here, after all? Because you can be counted on to do the right thing at the right time, every time. Welcome to the FBI.

[Everyone applauds.]

WEDECK: [to Mark] Well done, nicely done. [to the graduates] All right, ladies and gentlemen, see me for your partner assignments. Congratulations.

[All the graduates are happy and smiling. They congratulate each other then go for their assignments.

WEDECK: Nicely done.

The scene changes and the graduates are checking who their partners will be. Demetri, Marcie, Janis and Gough are speaking among themselves near a group of cubicles.]

DEMETRI: Special Agent Vreede. Is it Vreedey or Vreede as in “freed"?

AGENT GOUGH: I don't know, I got Benford.

DEMETRI: No, switch with me.

AGENT GOUGH: Why?

DEMETRI: He's a legend. He's done it all, surveillance, counterterrorism, trafficking. Come on. Do it.

AGENT GOUGH: Whatever, but you gotta take it up with Wedeck and get it approved.

DEMETRI: Done! Thank you.

[Demetri and Gough give each other high five slaps.]

AGENT GOUGH: Of course.

DEMETRI: Yes! Janis, who'd you get?

JANIS: No partner, headed to analysis, boring.

MARCIE: [to Janis] You know, I got it worse. I report to you.

[Janis and Demetri chuckle.]

MARCIE: I mean, how could that be? I scored higher.

JANIS: Yeah, in like, one category. Come on, Marcie, we'll have fun.

AGENT GOUGH: Yeah, we've been a team since Quantico, booze and bullets.

MARCIE: Yeah, well, what am I, the mascot?

JANIS: No, you're like our captain. Yeah, you'll probably outpace all of us. I'm sure of it.

DEMETRI: Yeah, we're, we're sure.

[The scene changes to the present time in an FIB conference room. It is March 12, 2010 and a video has been started with Marcie after being apprehended as a mole. Her face is bruised and expressionless.]

MARK: Interview of Marcie Turoff, Agents Benford and Noh questioning, March 12, 2010. First thing we'd like to know is...

DEMETRI: Who came after us in that parking garage in D.C.?

MARCIE: I don't know.

DEMETRI: Who came after us in the parking garage in D.C.?

MARCIE: I don't know.

MARK: Onto the next.

DEMETRI: Are they still after us?

MARCIE: I don't know.

MARK: Demetri

DEMETRI: Who killed Ian McKinnon?

[Mark stands up, buttons his jacket and walks to the door.]

MARK: Come on, let's go.

DEMETRI: Is that who's coming after me?

MARK: Let's go.

[Marcie is left in the room with her female attorney. Mark closes the door after he and Demetri exit. They are in the corridor.]

DEMETRI: We need those answers.

MARK: Yeah, but there are a whole lot of other ones we need to get to first. Listen, Dem, you think I don't have March 15th circled in my calendar, too? We both know there's a chance you'll die in three days. Look, you keep chasing down leads. I'll let you know when we're ready for your questions, all right?

[Janis walks down the staircase near Mark and Demetri.]

MARK: Hey, Janis, I need your help in here with Marcie.

JANIS: Me?

MARK: What, you got something more important than grilling our mole?

JANIS: No, of course not.

[The scene switches back to the conference room. Mark and Janis have rejoined Marcie and her attorney. Janis and Marcie look at each other silently for a few moments.]

JANIS: What were your duties?

MARCIE: Every week I'd take whatever information there was in the MOSAIC investigation and leave it at a dead drop.

JANIS: Who recruited you?

MARCIE: I was approached by a man three months before the blackout hit.

MARK: What was his name?

MARCIE: [sarcastically] All in due time. [to Janis] He asked if I wanted to be part of something big.

JANIS: And you said yes.

[Marcie looks quizzically at Janis and Mark.]

MARCIE: You think I sold out my friends and my country, but, [pause] you don't know me.

JANIS: Why don't you enlighten us?

MARCIE: Come on, don't you remember my flash-forward?

[Marcie looks at Janis and Mark.]

MARCIE: No, you don't, 'cause neither of you ever bothered to ask me what I saw.

[Marcie's flash-forward is shown. She is in a room wearing orange prison attire and sitting at a station which is separated by a glass window with an aperture to allow her to speak with someone on the opposite side. Return to real time.]

MARCIE: I was incarcerated.

[Mark closes his folder.]

MARK: That didn't cross your mind when you shot six of your fellow agents?

[A flashback of Marcie firing her gun at agents after she runs from the conference room during the vetting process is shown. She shoots a man, shoots 2 more rounds, looks to her right and fires another round. Return to real time.]

MARCIE: It did. But even though I was in jail, I was happier than I've been in years.

[Another part of Marcie's flash back is shown. Her lawyer is speaking to her from the other side of the partition.]

FEMALE ATTORNEY: I thought we'd have to beg for life without parole.

MARCIE: I told you they'd come around. Until I tell them who recruited me, I'm indispensable.

[Return to real time.]

MARCIE: For the first time since I got here, I actually felt like I was important.

[Mark puts his had to his forehead. Wedeck opens the door to the conference room.]

WEDECK: I need you, Mark.

[Marcie and Janis remain emotionless. Wedeck speaks to Mark as they walk.]

WEDECK: These are our guests from Washington.

[A man and a woman stand in the corridor.]

WEDECK: And while they're grateful for all our efforts in apprehending Agent Turoff...

MARK: Oh, no, you gotta be kidding.

FEMALE AGENT: Director Middleton feels more comfortable having such a highly valued target where he can keep an eye on her.

WEDECK: And where he can give the press conferences himself.

MARK: Hear me out. We know her, we can read her. Just give us one more day.

[Wedeck, Mark and the two visitors look at each other. The scene changes to Marcie being escorted from the building by the two visitors from Washington. The woman takes the lead and the man holds Marcie's arm as the walk. Marcie is in handcuffs. She looks at Janis, Wedeck, Vreede and Mark as she leaves.]

WEDECK: I know it's frustrating, but let's try to get something positive done today like maybe get back to what caused the blackout. Now, I'll be out of the office for a couple of hours, so give me an update. Dyson Frost, he's our best lead so far. Where are we?

MARK: I've left four messages. Haven't heard back. I'm afraid he's just toying with us.

WEDECK: The guy's been wanting to talk to you for nineteen years and now he's playing hard to get?

[Mark nods.]

WEDECK: Shel, see what you can get by tracing Frost's phone.

AGENT VREEDE: Yes, sir.

[Vreede walks away from the group as Demetri approaches them.]

DEMETRI: Hey, I just got a call from L.A.P.D. They've got a ballistics reports saying that Mark's gun, the one that's supposed to kill me in three days, was used in a murder last night.

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[The scene switches from the FBI office to the streets of Los Angeles. Police sirens are heard in the background. Mark and Demetri are with the police at a homeless shelter.]

MARK: So what do we know from the eyewitness reports?

[Demetri is lying in a cot.]

DEMETRI: 55 year old, in his cot, presumably asleep. At 3:33 A.M., the shooter walked up to him and a couple of insomniacs heard the victim say...

[A flashback of the murder is shown. A back man with a scruffy beard and a moustache is lying in his cot. Demetri reads aloud from the report as the homeless man speaks. They speak at the same time.]

DEMETRI: I knew it would be you, I just didn't want to believe.

HOMELESS MAN: I knew it would be you, I just didn't want to believe.

[Return to real time. Mark acts out the role of the shooter as Demetri lies on the cot playing the role of the homeless man.]

DEMETRI: The shooter must have had a silencer on your gun.

[Return to the flashback of the murder where the shooter fires three bullets into the homeless man's chest as he gasps for air.

DEMETRI: He plugged him three times in the chest at close range.

[Return to real time. Demetri looks up from the cot to see Mark standing over him and pointing his hand as if he was holding a gun.]

DEMETRI: [to Mark] Uh, do you want to put that thing away?

MARK: Sorry.

DEMETRI: Thanks.

[Demetri continues to read from the report.]

DEMETRI: Physical description, ranging from 5'5" white guy to a 6' Indian, another dead end.

[Demetri sits up and throws the folder on the cot.]

MARK: Wasn't there something about a car?

[Demetri opens the folder again.]

DEMETRI: Uh, somebody said they saw a 1970's blue sedan drive away, foreign make.

MARK: That's a start.

DEMETRI: [scoffs] L.A.P.D.'s gonna forward the victim's effects to us. Can't wait to sift through that.

MARK: Forget about the shooter. Who's the one other person we know who handled that gun?

DEMETRI: There were forty agents in that evidence room. They were all cleared months ago.

MARK: One of those agents Marcie?

[The scene switches to two men standing outside of a private jet with it's entryway open. Marcie is being escorted to the plane with the two people from Washington.]

DEMETRI: Marcie!

[Mark and Demetri both leave their car and run toward Marcie.]

DEMETRI: Stop! Stop!

[Demetri shows his badge as armed men approach him and Mark.]

FEMALE AGENT: You guys never give up.

[The male agent stops and draws his gun as the female agent continues to escort Marcie.]

DEMETRI: I need to talk to her.

FEMALE AGENT: She's in our custody now.

DEMETRI: You can't take her, she's part of our investigation.

FEMALE AGENT: I'm just doing my job same as you doing yours.

MARK: Who'd you give my gun to, Marcie?

MARCIE: I don't know.

DEMETRI: Come on, who has it?

MARCIE: I don't know.

DEMETRI: Come on, don't do this. We were friends.

MARCIE: Look, I'm sorry, really, I am.

[Marcie glances at the female agent.]

MARCIE: All I heard is that you're supposed to die in L.A.

DEMETRI: What? Give me more specifics. Who does it? When?

MARCIE: It was a voice on the phone when I called to report the gun in lockup.

MARK: Who'd you call?

MARCIE: A number, it was different every time. Look, that's all I know. There isn't any more. [pause] [to Demetri] Look, you're gonna die in three days, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. I'm sorry.

FEMALE AGENT: Come on.

DEMETRI: Marcie, come on, come on. Marcie.

[Mark holds Demetri back as Marcie and her escorts board the plane.]

DEMETRI: Marcie! Marcie!

[Mark and the male agent turn and escort Demetri away from the plane. The scene switches to a playground. Charlie is running and pulling Olivia along.]

CHARLIE: Come on! Come on!

OLIVIA: Sweetie, what is the hurry? We're here.

CHARLIE: I told him we'd be here by two. We're late

OLIVIA: Who?

CHARLIE: Dylan!

[Charlie runs from Olivia as Lloyd and Dylan approach them.]

CHARLIE: Hey, Dylan!

DYLAN: Nuts to you, Squirrlio!

CHARLIE: and DYLAN: Toot! Toot!

[Charlie grabs Dylan's hand and they run to the slide. Lloyd walks to Olivia.

CHARLIE: Come on, Dylan!

DYLAN: I'm coming.

OLIVIA: Did you know about this?

LLOYD: Absolutely not.

OLIVIA: Charlie, who arranged this?

CHARLIE: I did. I got Dylan's phone number from him when he was in the hospital.

LLOYD: He was very insistent about this specific park and now I know why. Do you normally come here?

OLIVIA: Well, the house is just around the corner.

LLOYD: Right.

[Charlie is heard laughing in the background. She and Dylan are climbing stairs to the top of the slide.]

DYLAN: This is fun.

CHARLIE: Come on, you go first.

LLOYD: Look, I, I can sit on a bench or something.

OLIVIA: It's fine, doesn't have to be that way.

[Charlie has fallen on the ground and is crying.]

OLIVIA: Charlie?

[Olivia and Lloyd run toward the children. Dylan and Charlie are both on the ground at the bottom of the slide.]

LLOYD: Dylan, what happened?

OLIVIA: Let me see, sweetie.

DYLAN: We bonked heads.

[Charlie is bleeding from the mouth.]

LLOYD: Did he hit your teeth?

[Charlie nods as Olivia checks Charlie.]

OLIVIA: Let me see, baby. Okay, Charlie, let's see, open up.

DYLAN: Sorry, Charlie.

CHARLIE: [crying] I'm bleeding.

OLIVIA: Okay, let me see.

DYLAN: Is she okay?

CHARLIE: I'm bleeding.

OLIVIA: Open your mouth.

LLOYD: Here we go, Charlie. I want you to do something now. Just, just grab my hand and when it hurts I want you to squeeze as hard as possible, okay?

CHARLIE: Mm hmm.

[Charlie takes Lloyd's hand with both her hands as Olivia tends to Charlie's mouth.]

LLOYD: It that all you got? Come on. Try a little bit harder than that, that's good.

CHARLIE: Does this mean I can't go to the carnival, mommy?

OLIVIA: No, I think you're gonna be just fine for the carnival. I think you're gonna be okay.

[Charlie squeezes Lloyd's hand.]

LLOYD: Yeah, that's good. I'm starting to feel that a bit now. [to Olivia] Listen, I'm just gonna go back to the car and get a bottle of water and a towel. [to Charlie] You'll be okay.

CHARLIE: Okay.

OLIVIA: Yeah, I see carnivals in your future. Come here.

CHARLIE: I wanna go.

[Olivia and Charlie hug.]

OLIVIA: I know. Come here, it's okay, sweetie.

[The scene switches to the tarmac at an airport. The side of the jet plane has, "United States of America" painted on the side. There is a portable staircase next to the plane. A grey car pulls up to the stairs and stops. An agent approaches as Wedeck gets out of the car.]

SECRET SERVICE MAN: Assistant Director Wedeck?

WEDECK: That's me.

[The two men shake hands.]

SECRET SERVICE MAN: Come this way. She's ready for you.

WEDECK: Thank you.

[Wedeck climbs the stairs and enters the plane. A woman is sitting at a desk in a room of the plane.]

WEDECK: Madame Vice President.

[She gets up and walks to greet Wedeck.]

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: Good to see you, Stan. It's been quite a while.

[They shake hands.]

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: Please, sit.

WEDECK: Thank you.

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: Thanks for coming on such short notice, Stan. How is everything?

WEDECK: You want to tell me why the hell you dragged me out here?

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: [chuckles] It's nice to know my new position hasn't changed your attitude towards me. Does the name Jericho ring a bell? They're a private contractor operating over in Afghanistan.

WEDECK: I've heard of them.

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: Agent Benford looked into them a while back.

WEDECK: Yes?

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: Well, in my security briefings this morning, I learned that Jericho's C.E.O. just tripled the security around his Malibu compound. I think you should take a look.

WEDECK: Wrong department. NSA is who you want to call.

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: I don't want them to know. I need this done off the books.

WEDECK: The Vice President doesn't fly across the country 'cause some guy hired an extra night watchman.

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: [exhales deeply] In my vision, it was clear that Jericho had done some things that threatened our national security.

[Wedeck sits forward and is surprised at what he just heard.]

WEDECK: The same vision where you saw yourself as president?

[A snippet of Clemente's flash-forward is shown where she is sitting at the desk in the Oval Office of the White House writing. Return to real time.]

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: As a matter of fact, yes, and I was there because Jericho [return to flash-forward of her writing] did something that triggered a political crisis.

[Return to real time.]

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: I can't find out anything about what they're doing. But if it's bad enough to bring down President Segovia, it must be significant. I've been keeping a close eye on every move they make and something is happening right now. Are you sure you don't know what it is?

WEDECK: Even if I did, Dave and I go back 25 years.

VICE PRESIDENT CLEMENTE: Listen, these flash-forwards are coming true. Segovia is going down. Do you want to be out with the old or in with the new?

[Wedeck ponders what the Vice President has presented. The scene switches back to the FBI office in Lost Angeles where Mark and Demetri are walking down a corridor.]

DEMETRI: Well, now we know your gun's here in L.A.

MARK: Yeah, too bad Marci couldn't tell us who's using it.

DEMETRI: So I'll run this car info, see if anything pings on a 1970's blue sedan.

MARK: We're gonna get this guy.

DEMETRI: Yeah.

[As Demetri walks away from Mark to perform his task, Mark is intercepted by Wedeck.]

WEDECK: Got a sec, Mark?

[Mark and Stan stand off to the side.]

WEDECK: Jericho, you used our database to look into them a few months ago.

MARK: Is that a problem?

WEDECK: No, no, just curious why you did.

MARK: It was a favor for a friend, wanted as much information as I could give him which wasn't a lot.

WEDECK: A friend? Do all your friends ask you to research third world military contractors?

MARK: He had questions about his daughter's death. She was serving in Afghanistan.

WEDECK: He thinks Jericho is involved?

MARK: [pause] The things he told me, they were in confidence.

WEDECK: Oh, I can respect that.

MARK: Thanks.

WEDECK: Do you mind if I talk with him? Maybe ask him a few questions?

[Mark shrugs his shoulders and shakes his head indicating no.]

WEDECK: What's his name?

MARK: Aaron Stark. Good luck finding him. He's off the grid. I don't even know where he is or how to track him down.

WEDECK: Hmm, thank you, Mark.

MARK: Sure.

[The scene switches to Mark's office where he is looking over a picture of the deceased homeless man and his associated Coroner's report showing cause of death as three bullets to the chest. Demetri suddenly runs into the office.]

DEMETRI: Hey, just heard on the scanner. L.A.P.D.'s in the middle of a high speed chase, driver, Ross Weber, has been spotted with a gun. Car they're following, '71 blue sedan.

MARK: The shooter from the homeless shelter?

DEMETRI: How many criminals are driving the same disco era sedans, right?

[Mark puts his jacket on and gets up from his desk.]

MARK: Any idea where they're headed?

[The scene switches to outside a tall building where a blue sedan is parked on the street. Mark and Demetri exit their car. Sirens are blaring and there are several indistinct conversations in the background.]

MARK: There's your blue sedan.

DEMETRI: Where is he?

LAPD OFFICER: Right inside, a bunch of people ran out. He's got hostages.

DEMETRI: Where in the building is he?

LAPD OFFICER: Second floor.

MARK: Who's talking to him?

LAPD OFFICER: No one yet.

DEMETRI: You think he's just gonna come out on his own?

LAPD OFFICER: Captain doesn't want us to do anything till he gets here.

[A gunshot is heard and a woman is heard screaming from inside the building.]

LAPD OFFICER 2: Shots fired! Get down! Stay down!

[Mark and Demetri take cover in a stairwell then go up the stairs so they are above the shooter. LAPD officers are shouting in the background indistinctly.]

MARK: [whispers] You hang back. I talk to him, try to make sure he releases the hostage. Once he does, you take your shot.

DEMETRI: Sounds good, except the part about me staying on the sidelines.

MARK: No way you're going down there.

DEMETRI: Listen, I'm not gonna let that gun kill one more person.

MARK: March 15th, I know that's the day you're supposed to die. Who says you didn't get shot three days earlier?

[Mark and Demetri look at the corridor in front of them and see two dead bodies, one male and one female, lying on the floor. The woman is still distraught and vocal.]

ROSS WEBER: Who the hell is that?

DEMETRI: I'm right here!

[Demetri slides his gun across the stone floor.]

DEMETRI: Try not to shoot me.

[Demetri walks out into the corridor, hands raised, where a man with a gun has his arm around a woman's neck and his gun pointed to her head.]

ROSS WEBER: Stop!

DEMETRI: Oh.

ROSS WEBER: I told them the only person I want to talk to is Randy Savage!

DEMETRI: Macho Man? Yeah, I dig that. Uh, that's not me. My name's Demetri.

[Mark shakes his head side to side then walks up another flight of stairs.]

FEMALE HOSTAGE: [crying] Oh, God!

ROSS WEBER: You don't turn around in four seconds, I will kill her, Demetri, doesn't matter to me she's just a saleswoman. That's what she gets for causing the blackout. [to Demetri] I said stop!

DEMETRI: Okay. Ross, you saw that gun, right? I'm gonna take the clip off now.

[Ross nods.]

DEMETRI: Here we go.

[Demetri removes the clip from his waistband and slides it aside on the floor while keeping his eyes on Ross.]

DEMETRI: Gone, buddy, and uh, on my ankle, I got a gun, man. I'm gonna take that off, too, okay?

[Demetri raises his pant leg to expose the gun, crouches down, removes the gun from his ankle holster and slides it across the floor.]

DEMETRI: We're not worrying about that any more.

[Ross puts his gun back to the woman's neck.]

DEMETRI: Hey, what were you saying, though, about [pause] about how salespeople caused the blackout? That's, that's a fascinating theory. I'd like to hear more about it.

[Demetri slowly approaches Ross as Mark gets in position on the next level of the building.]

ROSS WEBER: They made us buy cell phones.

DEMETRI: Uh huh.

ROSS WEBER: See, before everybody had a cell phone nobody ever blacked out. None of this ever... Stop moving!

[The woman continues to cry.]

DEMETRI: Okay.

ROSS WEBER: You think I won't kill you? You're about just plain incorrect.

[A floor creak is heard and Ross stops pointing his gun ad Demetri and points it at the woman's neck.]

ROSS WEBER: [to Demetri] I'm not afraid.

DEMETRI: It's okay. [starts walking] Everybody's scared of dying, man.

[The woman is crying and whimpering.]

DEMETRI: She is, look at her. I'm scared of dying, all three of us. It's what makes us human, don't you think?

[Demetri walks over a corpse.]

DEMETRI: You're scared. That's fine. See, when people get scared, judgment gets clouded. I'll be honest, man. You have made some really bad decisions today. But you can make a really good one right now if you just give me the gun. Ross, come on.

[Ross is losing his focus.]

DEMETRI: Let me save your life.

[Ross tosses the woman aside as Demetri reaches for a gun in his rear waistband. As Ross takes aim at Demetri, Demetri fires his gun. Ross is hit and slides down a column to the floor. The woman's crying becomes louder.]

ROSS WEBER: Uhh! Uuh!

[Demetri looks over to his right and sees Mark with his gun pointed at Ross. Ross' arm falls to his side and the gun falls out of his hand as he gasps for air. The scene changes to Mark and Demetri on the level with the shooter. Demetri is holding Ross' gun in a plastic bag as Mark approaches him.]

MARK: EMT says he's stable. We can question him in the hospital.

DEMETRI: It's not your gun.

[Mark quickly turns around and approaches Demetri.]

DEMETRI: Serial number is totally different. Your gun's still out there.

MARK: [nods] So you almost got yourself killed for nothing?

DEMETRI: Yeah, I guess so.

[Mark exhales deeply then walks to the railing.]

MARK: All right. You took him down, saved an innocent woman. That's fantastic work. What I can't understand is if you thought that gun was gonna kill you, I mean, cops had this place surrounded. He was never gonna make it out of here anyway.

DEMETRI: That's why I needed to get to him, man, so I could ask him why.

[Demetri puts his hand to his face.]

DEMETRI: Ugh. You remember the speech you gave my first day on the job? It's all about being the kind of person who could be counted on to do the right thing at the right time. And, man, since October 6th, when I didn't see anything, I have had a lot of trouble being that person [exhales deeply] and I need your help.

MARK: Why? [chuckles] I mean, look at me. If you think I've been making good choices lately you're crazier than I thought. I'll do anything to help you, Demetri, so I'm gonna tell you something and I really want you to listen. Get out of here. You and Zoey just get out of here.

DEMETRI: [whispers] I'm not running away.

MARK: That's right. You're not. You're being smart. [pause] Just promise me you'll go somewhere safe.

[After a long pause the scene switches to a courthouse.]

TWO YEARS BEFORE THE BLACKOUT

ZOEY: Special Agent Noh, do you recognize Exhibit "H"?

MARK: Yes, it's a copy of my notes taken while witnessing the transaction.

ZOEY: And those handwritten notes are your only record of the events?

DEMETRI: Well, it was a very simple money for stolen goods exchange.

ZOEY: [smugly] Hmm.

[Zoey walks to a large stand, supporting a monitor. Zoey is standing in front of it.]

ZOEY: [smugly] Wow. That is very good. Agent Noh, who taught you to draw?

DEMETRI: I guess I'm just naturally artistic.

ZOEY: [to jury] Wow, lucky guy, right? [to Demetri] Now your description here of the alleged buy, oh, here, further down in your notes, can you read that for the court, please.

DEMETRI: Uh, "Caucasian male, average height/weight, dark jacket, baseball cap."

ZOEY: Hmm. When my client was booked, he was photographed wearing a red jacket, not a dark one, wasn't he?

DEMETRI: Yes.

ZOEY: And he clearly has a goatee, does he not, Agent Noh?

DEMETRI: Yes.

ZOEY: So which individual bought the stolen computer disc, Agent Noh, the one with the goatee, or the one in your artistic notes because they're obviously not the same person.

PROSECUTOR: Objection, argumentative.

JUDGE: Sustained.

DEMETRI: [to judge] Do I get to answer that?

ZOEY: Not really, no further questions. I'm done with this witness. [sarcastically] Oh, you can go now.

[The scene switches to the corridor of the court building. Zoey and Demetri are walking together.]

ZOEY: Come on, there's no need to take it personally.

DEMETRI: That was a win that you just turned into a loss.

ZOEY: [chuckles] It was never really a win because you were wrong.

DEMETRI: Wow, you know what, um, I'm gonna go ahead and take the stairs.

ZOEY: You know what, look, I'm, I'm sorry. I will turn the defense attorney off.

DEMETRI: Okay, that would be an instant improvement.

ZOEY: Why don't you let me make it up to you? Can I take you to dinner?

DEMETRI: [laughs] Ha! You gotta be kidding me?

ZOEY: What?

DEMETRI: There's not a chance in hell I would ever go out with you.

[Zoey looks at Demetri coyly as the scene switches to present time. Zoey is doing dishes as Demetri enters the apartment.

ZOEY: Hey.

DEMETRI: Hey.

[Demetri kisses Zoey's shoulder.]

ZOEY: How are you?

DEMETRI: Good. Sit down, I want to talk to you. It's okay.

[Zoey sits on a bar stool.]

DEMETRI: Wow, you're beautiful.

ZOEY: Shut up.

[Demetri wipes his face with his hand.]

ZOEY: [laughing] What is wrong with you?

DEMETRI: Nothing. [claps] It's good. You know, I wasn't supposed to be there that day.

ZOEY: What day?

DEMETRI: Al Gough was supposed to be Mark's partner. I switched with him and because I was Mark's partner, I was covering the bust that led me to you.

[Zoey nods.]

DEMETRI: All these tiny little decisions we make, you know, without thinking, they, they all, they all line up [pause] to lead us somewhere [pause] somewhere good.

ZOEY: Yeah.

DEMETRI: So I wanna ask you if you will [pause] marry me?

[Demetri takes Zoey's hand.]

ZOEY: [laughs] Baby, we covered this. I, I said yeah.

DEMETRI: No, I want to get married right now.

ZOEY: Okay.

DEMETRI: I want to get married tomorrow. Then we get on a plane and we go to Hawaii. We stay there through the 15th, maybe through April 29th. Listen, maybe we don't ever come home. Want to do it?

ZOEY: Are you serious?

DEMETRI: I'm serious.

ZOEY: Hell, yes!

[The couple are excited about this decision and they kiss.]

DEMETRI: Yes?

ZOEY: Of course! Oh, I love you. Mm.

[The scene switches to Olivia knocking on a door to a house. The number is 526. Lloyd answers the door with a dish towel over his shoulder.]

LLOYD: Hey.

OLIVIA: Hi. [pause] I, sorry, I just wanted to come by and say thanks for what you did with Charlie today in the park.

LLOYD: Okay, um, no problem.

OLIVIA: Well, thank you.

[Olivia turns to leave.]

LLOYD: Can I, can I get you to come in? [grabs towel] I just left the water running, but please, please come in.

OLIVIA: Sure.

[Olivia closes the door after she enters. Lloyd briskly walks from the kitchen.]

LLOYD: I'm sorry. The dishes were getting kind of out of control. Can I get you something to drink? Um, I could offer you a carton of milk that expired yesterday, some juice boxes or a bottle of gin.

[Olivia looks around the room and takes her time answering.]

OLIVIA: No. No, I think I , I think I should be going.

LLOYD: Really?

OLIVIA: Yeah. Thank you for today.

LLOYD: Yeah, I do have a telephone. You could have called to say thank you. Olivia, why are you here?

[Olivia looks at Lloyd and remains silent. They both are now seated on the sofa. Olivia is fiddling with her wedding ring.]

OLIVIA: I don't know. I've just made such a mess of things. I wish I could blame it all on Mark but I really can't. I made a ton of mistakes.

LLOYD: I know that feeling. [pause] I tried my best with Linda after Dylan was born but, [sighs] to be honest, I, I used his autism as an excuse to get away from her. Even the thought of that makes me ashamed now. I thought I was doing the right thing at the time.

OLIVIA: [nods] You're damned if you do and then you're damned if you don't.

LLOYD: Yes, maybe we just [pause] choose to live in the moment, you know, just grab them [pause] good things in our life when we recognize them.

OLIVIA: I have to go.

[Lloyd puts his hand out to prevent Olivia from standing.]

LLOYD: Look, wait, I'm not trying to argue against Mark. He's a brave man doing something extraordinary.

OLIVIA: Yeah, he is.

LLOYD: This does kind of put me in the "Lancelot trying to persuade Guinevere" position.

OLIVIA: [chuckles] Oh, you did not just compare yourself to Lancelot.

LLOYD: [laughs] Yeah, well, the only other metaphor I had involved protons and neutrons and believe me, under the circumstances, I went with the stronger choice. [pause] I know that we're feeling the same thing right now.

OLIVIA: [whisper] How do you know what I'm feeling?

LLOYD: Because I'm in that room on April the 29th.

[Olivia keeps her head lowered and doesn't reply.]

LLOYD: That wasn't an accident.

[As Olivia looks up at Lloyd, a snippet of her flash-forward is shown. She is lying on her bed in a shirt as Lloyd sits on the edge of the bed. As Olivia gets up from her bed, the scene switches back to real time. Olivia has tears running down her face.]

OLIVIA: This scares me.

LLOYD: It should.

[Olivia leans in first as they kiss, passionately. The scene switches to Aaron walking into his hotel room. Wedeck is sitting at a table waiting for him. Aaron pulls out his gun and aims at him.]

AARON: Who the hell are you?

WEDECK: It's okay, Aaron. I work with Mark. I'm a friend.

[Quick shot of outside the building then back to the room.]

AARON: You mind telling me how you found me?

WEDECK: There was a computer in Echo Park doing web searches for a Jericho Parwan, Afghanistan, Jericho Central Base, and Jericho murder U.S. soldiers.

AARON: That library's two miles from here.

WEDECK: And this is the 14th cash only hotel I've hit.

AARON: Well, here I am. Now what?

WEDECK: Mark didn't want to tell me why
you were so interested in Jericho [pause] but some very powerful people would love to take them down. All they need is proof.

AARON: They got my daughter.

WEDECK: They kill her?

AARON: They tried, she's still alive.

WEDECK: But in your file it...

AARON: Tracy's alive. She was here but Jericho found her and took her back to Afghanistan. I gotta believe I've only got so much time left to find her.

WEDECK: [stutters] Wait, you're, you're, you're going to Afghanistan?

AARON: Sure am.

WEDECK: I know you were in the service and everything but how are you planning on getting there?

AARON: Fly into Uzbekistan, cross the border at Termez.

WEDECK: And you're doing this with a U.S. passport?

AARON: Yeah.

WEDECK: You'll be dead before you leave Hairaton.

AARON: I don't have a choice.

WEDECK: [pause] Do you know why Jericho tried to kill your daughter two years ago?

AARON: [long pause] She saw Jericho wipe out an entire village.

WEDECK: If I could help you get to Tracy, do you think she would tell us the whole story?

[Aaron exhales deeply and Wedeck taps his fingers on the table. The scene switches to inside a tavern. "When We Say Goodnight," by Jonah Smith is playing in the background.]

JANIS: Really? You can do that legally? Hey, Demetri, come here.

DEMETRI: What?

JANIS: Come here.

DEMETRI: [to a man] Yo, I'm getting married.

JANIS: Come here.

DEMETRI: I'm getting married.

JANIS: So would you be okay with Vreede officiating at your wedding?

DEMETRI: [to Vreede] Define okay.

AGENT VREEDE: [chuckles] No charge. Consider it my wedding gift.

MARK: Whoa, you're gonna marry him?

JANIS: Vreede's an internet minister.

[Demetri has a drink in each hand as he hugs Vreede.]

DEMETRI: Have I ever told you how awesome you are, Shelly Vreede?

JANIS: Ohh.

AGENT VREEDE: You make me feel awesome.

DEMETRI: Janis, you're awesome too.

JANIS: [hugs Demetri] Oh, thank you. That's very sweet. Thank you.

AGENT VREEDE: All right.

DEMETRI: Mark is awesome. [hugs Mark]

MARK: Time to take the groom home.

DEMETRI: All right.

JANIS: Yeah, lets find a cab.

MARK: Here we go, buddy.

DEMETRI: All right. Oh, okay, I'm sleepy.

JANIS: Yeah.

AGENT VREEDE: Good night.

[The scene switches to an aerial shot of a clover leaf intersection at night. Aaron and Wedeck are speaking to each other outside a parking garage. The trunk lids of their vehicles are open.]

WEDECK: You got military clearance. Your cover is you're in Afghanistan to help install their power grid.

[Wedeck gets an item from his vehicle and hands it to Aaron.]

WEDECK: Satellite phone, video capability. As soon as you can document what Tracy knows, I want it uploaded. If you see any Jericho activity, I want it uploaded, pictures, video, audio, anything you can get me.

AARON: No problem.

WEDECK: Get yourself to Bagram as soon as you're clear. Military transports leave every two days. I'll arrange a flight home.

AARON: Excellent.

[Wedeck takes a duffle bag from his vehicle, opens it and hands it to Aaron. It is packed with various types of armaments.]

WEDECK: I'm guessing you don't need me to tell you what to do with these.

AARON: I got a couple ideas.

[Wedeck takes an attaché from his vehicle, opens it, shows then gives it to Aaron. It has automatic weapons and attachments packed in black foam.]

WEDECK: Ah, all this gear is clean. None of it can be traced back to this agency. If they find you [pause] you're on your own.

AARON: Is that it?

[Wedeck extends his hand.]

WEDECK: I guess it is.

[Aaron and Wedeck shake hands.]

AARON: Thank you, Stan.

WEDECK: This isn't something I think I need to tell you but there's a very good chance you're never coming back.

AARON: I saw myself with my daughter.

[A snippet of Aaron's flash-forward is shown as he speaks. Tracy is lying on a cot and Aaron is next to her.]

AARON: We were together in Afghanistan and she was alive.

[Return to real time.]

AARON: God help anyone who stands in my way.

[Wedeck stays put as Aaron walks to his vehicle. The scene switches to Janis walking Demetri to the cab stop.]

DEMETRI: Do you think I'm a chicken for running away?

JANIS: Sometimes the best offense is a good defense.

DEMETRI: No, Janis, I'm just scared.

JANIS: You played this out as best as you could. Everybody needs a successful exit strategy. This is yours.

[Demetri gets in the back seat of the cab and Janis closes the door.]

DEMETRI: Hey, um, [laughs] I want you to know, um, that night in Somalia...

JANIS: No, Demetri, don't.

DEMETRI: No, I want to. I, I have to...

JANIS: Stop. Just stop.

DEMETRI: No, uh, this may be my last chance, all right?

JANIS: I'm pregnant.

DEMETRI: What?

[Janis smiles and walks away from the cab as the driver starts the engine. She taps on the roof as she leaves.

DEMETRI: Janis.

[Demetri tries to get out of the cab.]

DEMETRI: Janis!

[Janis stops and turns around to look at Demetri. The scene switches to Demetri and Zoey looking in a cathedral in the daytime.]

ZOEY: Oh, my gosh. This is perfect. My mom is gonna be so excited.

PRIEST: Well, I'm happy to let you use the space but since you aren't members here and uh, since we didn't do any premarital counseling...

DEMETRI: Oh, we don't need any premarital counseling. We've been living together for a year.

PRIEST: I'm going to pretend I didn't hear that. Listen, you need, uh, need to get married this afternoon, fine. But under these circumstances you're going to need to find somebody else to officiate for you.

[The camera pans to the balcony. Dyson Frost is moving a string of beads from one hand to the other as he listens to the conversation below. The scene switches to the FBI building at dusk.]

MARK: Hey, I never heard. Did you, uh, track down Aaron?

WEDECK: I guess he didn't want to be found.

[Agent Vreede enters the office.]

AGENT VREEDE: Guys, you gotta see this. It's Frost.

MARK: You found him?

AGENT VREEDE: His phone was activated 12 days ago at a convenience store at the corner of Western and Washington, 3:18 P.M.

[Vreede presses a key on a laptop he placed on a table upon entering the office. The video shows on a monitor on a credenza.]

AGENT VREEDE: 3:19, a man fitting Frost's description walks to a 1971 Citroen DS sedan, powder blue, silver top.

[The date on the video is Feb/28/2010. Frost gets in the car.]

MARK: A match from the shelter.

AGENT VREEDE: Mm hmm.

WEDECK: Wait a minute. Dyson Frost made a video tape for you 19 years ago then encoded a phone number for you to find. And then after all that, instead of meeting with you, he's murdering a homeless guy?

MARK: But he used my gun to do it. He may be crazy but he isn't random. There's a method here. We just don't understand what it is yet.

[The scene switches to Zoey and Demetri's apartment. Demetri comes down the stairs buttoning his shirt cuffs as he sings "Islands in the Stream" written by the Bee Gees and as recorded by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton.]


Islands in the stream,
That is what we are,
No one in between,
Ah, ah, ah


[Suddenly Demetri is pistol whipped to the face then he falls to the floor unconscious. Dyson Frost is holding the gun and looking down at Demetri. The scene switches to the cathedral. Wedeck, Janis, Mark and Vreede are at the front church pew. Vreede checks his watch as violins play in the background.]

WEDECK: Any word from the L.A.P.D. on the search for Frost's vehicle?

MARK: Still looking. I'll stay on top of it.

WEDECK: Well, let's keep putting the pressure on. I mean, I really...

JANIS: Guys, can we stop with the shop talk? This is a special occasion.

AGENT VREEDE: It's just like Demetri to be late for his own wedding.

MRS. NOH: He's not answering his cell. I called three times.

MARK: Let me try.

[Mark calls Demetri's cell phone. After two rings he reaches voicemail.]

DEMETRI: Demetri Noh, leave a message.

MARK: Nothing.

[Mark closes his cell phone. Zoey walks partway down the aisle.]

ZOEY: What is it? Guys, where is he?

[Everyone looks at Zoey but no one responds. The scene switches to Dyson Frost sitting in the blue Citroen outside a carnival.]

FEMALE PA ANNOUNCER: Ticket booth right by the entrance.

[Frost looks into his back seat at Demetri who is still unconscious and covers him with a blanket then gets out of the car. Carnival music plays in the background.]

FEMALE PA ANNOUNCER: Don't forget to buy your raffle tickets.

[Children are on rides and there are various games of chance being played.]

MAN: Corn dogs! Every penny goes to the school!

[Charlie is running with Dylan. Olivia is working a game as the two children run by.]]

CHARLIE: Get some cotton candy!

OLIVIA: Hey, sweetie.

CHARLIE: Hi, mom.

OLIVIA: Okay, step right up, ladies and gents. Wheel of fortune, one spin for three tickets.

[A child hands Olivia tickets.]

OLIVIA: You want to give me? Round and round she goes, where she stops, nobody knows.

[Olivia's cell phone rings. She checks, it is Mark and she answers. Mark is calling from Demetri and Zoey's apartment.]

OLIVIA: Hey.

MARK: Hey, where are you?

OLIVIA: Uh, school, uh, carnival.

MARK: Well, listen, I'm calling because I'm not gonna make it. I need you to keep Charlie.

OLIVIA: Oh, how come?

MARK: Something's happened to Demetri.

OLIVIA: What?

MARK: Not sure what it is yet. He didn't show up at the wedding. I just thought you should know.

OLIVIA: Wow, what do you think happened?

MARK: I don't know. I hope it's just cold feet because it's almost March 15th and this is too close for comfort. Olivia?

OLIVIA: Yeah?

MARK: Be careful.

OLIVIA: Of course.

MARK: Kiss Charlie for me.

OLIVIA: I will.

[Mark and Olivia end their call. Olivia looks around the stand she is working at.]

OLIVIA: Uh, hang on, kids.

[Olivia walks from behind the stand and continues to look.]

OLIVIA: Charlie! Charlie!

[Charlie is sitting on a bench with her face painted and holding a stick of cotton candy. A man sits next to her. It is Dyson Frost. They look at each other.]

DYSON FROST: [smiles] Hello, Charlie.

[Charlie looks and does not reply.]

[END]

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