🔴 Script 7:17 Brothers


🔴 Script 7:17 Brothers

NBC’s series The Blacklist starring James Spader and Megan Boone
Series created by: Jon Bokenkamp
Program air date: 5/1/2020 in the US (7pm Central/Chicago Time)
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STATUS: ⭕ Pending ⭕ Rough ⭕ Preliminary 🔴 FINAL
STATUS: 🚫 Pending 🌒 Rough 🌓 Preliminary  Final
Last updated: 5/8/2020 at 8:00amCT [ Central/Chicago time ]


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Directed by: Mahesh Pailoor
Written by: Sean Hennen

Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington – James Spader
Elizabeth Keen – Megan Boone
Donald Ressler – Diego Klattenhoff
Harold Cooper – Harry Lennix
Aram Mojtabai – Amir Arison
Dembe Zuma – Hisham Tawfiq
Robert Ressler, Sr – Chad Ackerman
Young Donald Ressler – Jack Alcott
Agent Patel – Rajesh Bose
Ben (Ressler’s young cousin) – Angus Costello
Lisa Ressler (Ressler’s Mom) – Beth Fowler
Robby Ressler – Anthony Michael Hall
Young Lisa Ressler (Ressler’s Mom) – Terri Hansen
Albanian – Anton Koval
Jakov Mitko – Mark Margolis
Young Robby Ressler – Angus O’Brien
Ressler’s Uncle – Daniel O’Shea
Drug Dealer – Alexander Pennecke
Tommy Markin – Chaz Lamar Shepherd


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🔴 Script 7:17 Brothers

Brief (Where we’re at): Red has collapsed! Dembe has found him unconscious on the floor of the restaurant kitchen. Red and Dembe had just shared a meal with a group of Syrian refugees they had rescued while looking for Dembe’s Imam, Sadiq Asmal, who had been kidnapped.

Dembe had left Red for just a moment to answer a knock on the door. It was Red’s cleaner, Sakiya, who came to tell them she had found a fingerprint that might be connected nto Imam Asmal’s kidnapping ~ but it belongs to a man named Arturo Ruel who supposedly has been in prison for 15 years. When Dembe returned to the kitchen, Red was unconscious.

Red has a mysterious illness he has been hiding from Liz. He had funded the research of a brilliant pharmacist, Spalding Stark, and been treated by him, but the treatments turned out to be ineffective. Ressler saw Red’s medical file so he knows Red’s diagnosis, as does his friend (or relative?), Ilya Koslov (aka Frank Bloom).

Liz had been told by her grandfather, Dominic Wilkinson, that before Red took on the identity of her dead father, the real Raymond Reddington, he was named Ilya Koslov, but Liz found out from her mother that was not true. So she sicc’d a private investigator named Esi Jackson on Ilya. But Ilya became suspicious. Red had his interrogator Brimley question Esi Jackson and found out that Liz knows Red is not Ilya and that she is still determined to find out his true identity, his most guarded secret.

But Liz later confronted Jackson and Liz now knows Red knows she’s been investigating him – just when he thought they were “on the same side.” The real Ilya, meanwhile, has headed for the hills, to escape both Liz’s efforts and those of her mother, Katarina Rostova, who Liz knows is alive, but Red saw “die” in a staged assassination.

With her access to Ilya cut off, Katarina has turned to another source close to Red. It was she, in fact, who had Dembe’s imam kidnapped. What is Katarina looking for? Esi Jackson thinks she knows:

Esi Jackson: The Sikorsky Archive.
Liz: What’s that?
Jackson: Before Reddington warned me off, I had a mic trained on Ilya’s apartment. That archive, whatever it is, he’s obsessed with it. If Koslov has information that could save a woman’s life, my guess it’s in that archive.

Meanwhile, Ressler, who has been trying to ignore calls from his “black sheep” older brother Robby for days, was finally confronted by him in person. Robby informs Ressler that Ray Field is going to be excavated for a new strip mall and secrets of theirs buried there for decades will be unearthed.

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[ Fink’s ♫ “Warm Shadow” plays ]
[ ⬇ Go to Full Lyrics ] or [ ♪ Tap square below to play ♪ ]

[ Flashback: Detroit 1995 ]
[ Door bangs ] [ A Drug Dealer runs down the stairs of a housing complex. Two police officers, Tommy Markin and Robert Ressler Sr, are chasing him. They are partners ]
Officer Ressler: Unit 5-7, requesting additional units to Brewster housing complex. Looking for one suspect, white male, possibly armed. Have units roll Code 2 – no lights or sirens. [ Static ] We lucky today, partner?
Officer Markin: One way to find out.

♪ What you got going on?
Behind those, eyes closed, holding on
And I don’t want another day to break ♪

[ The Drug Dealer appears and shoots Officer Ressler ] [ Gunshot 💥 ]
Drug Dealer: I got him, I got him!

♪ Take our, steal our night away ♪

[ The Drug Dealer stares at Officer Ressler on the floor. He doesn’t run. Markin doesn’t move to arrest him. It was a set-up. Markin calls in over police radio ]
Officer Markin: Central! Shots fired! Shots fired! Ressler’s been hit! My partner is down!
[ Markin walks toward Officer Ressler. He casually shoots the Drug Dealer ] [ Gunshots 💥💥 ]
Markin: [ On Police Radio ] Roll ambulance to my location, immediately!
Dispatcher: Central, copy. EMT to Brewster housing complex. Officer down, officer down.
[ Markin kneels down next to Ressler, who is still alive, barely ]
Markin: [ Sighs ] I told you to take the money, Bob. 🔘 [See Note]

♪ Warm shadow ♪

Markin: The rest of us did.
Ressler: [ Inaudible ]
Markin: I’ll look after Lisa and the boys.

[ Present day: ]
[ Ressler drives as his older brother Robby sits in the car next to him ]
Robby: [ Sighs ] [ Sighs deeply ] You ever think about Dad?
Ressler: What about him?
Robby: Just– You wake up one day, kiss the wife and kids, you go on the job– you don’t know it’s gonna be the last five minutes of your life. What was he thinking right before that? What he wanted to have for dinner, or the gas bill?
Ressler: We don’t need to talk about it.
Robby: You’ve seen a lot of people get killed, right?
[ Ressler nods ]
Robby: Is it always that– meaningless?
Ressler: Yeah.
Robby: Mm.
[ A sign says “Woodhaven” ]
Robby: Almost home. Been a while since you’ve been back, huh? A few years at least?
Ressler: What do you think this is? A vacation for me? Do you think I– I want to be here?
Robby: I know you don’t want to be here. Mom knows, though. I told her you were coming to town.
Ressler: You told Mom?
Robby: Mm.
Ressler: You do realize that if something goes wrong tonight, we both end up going straight to jail? You get that, right?
Robby: Relax. [ Sighs ] It’s just Mom. Who’s she gonna tell?

[ A mini-reunion of relatives has gathered at the home of Ressler and Robby’s mother, Lisa ]
[ Indistinct conversations ]
Aunt Cindy: So, you got anybody special back in D.C., Donnie? When am I gonna start seeing some nieces and nephews?
Ressler: [ Chuckles ] Uh, no one special right now, Aunt Cindy. But I’m looking. I got my eyes open.
Ben: Is it cool being an FBI agent, Uncle Don? You got a gun?
Ressler: I do carry a weapon, Ben, yeah.
Ressler’s Uncle: How long you around? What’s this big case we heard about?
Ressler: Big case?
Lisa (Ressler’s Mom): The one you’re in town for. Robby said it was something big?
Robby: Ma, I told you it was top, uh–
Ressler: Confidential. – is the word we use at the Bureau – confidential.
Lisa: Look at this. Both my boys under the same roof. Don, did Robby tell you about his company expanding? He got himself that collector’s car you rode here in. And he bought me a fancy new watch.
Robby: It’s nothing, Ma. Just got a new garage, and we can do twice as many cars now, so–
Lisa: I’m just happy you’re home, Don. I wish your father could be here to see how great both his children turned out. He’d be so proud.
[ Ressler turns around a cup with a police badge printed on it ]
[ Flashback (1995): ]
[ Ressler’s mother is the kitchen washing the cup with the police badge ]
Young Lisa: Donnie, what am I gonna tell your father when he gets home?
Young Ressler: Principle Neill’s a liar.
Young Lisa: [ Sighs ] I thought we were past all this. You can’t keep skipping class.
Young Ressler: What am I gonna learn in a classroom that I can’t learn out in the real world, anyway?
Young Robby: By “real world,” you mean getting baked with your wastoid friends out behind the Farmer Jack’s every day?
Young Ressler: Stay out of this, Officer Asshat. We all know you’re only joining the academy for the cavity searches.
Young Robby: Loitering’s a crime, you know. One of these days, it’ll be me slapping the cuffs on you.
Young Ressler: Mm, maybe I’ll learn something useful in prison. Like dice.
[ Doorbell rings ] [ Door opens ]
Young Lisa: Tom? What is it?
Tommy Markin: Lisa – It’s Bob. Something’s happened. Can I come in?
Young Lisa: Wait, wait– [ Sobbing ] Please, Tom. No. It can’t be. Not my husband. Please, no. [ Sobbing ]
[ Present Day: ]
Lisa: Everything all right, Don?
Ressler: Yeah. J-Just a little tired. We drove all night, so, uh, I’m gonna have to get a little shut eye.
Lisa: I’m sorry. Oh, of course. I put fresh sheets on your old bed. You remember the way, don’t you?
Ressler: Of course. [ Chuckles ]

[ Footsteps approaching ] [ Ressler enters his old room. He looks around, smiles ] [ Robby enters and closes the door. ]
Robby: [ Clears throat ] There we are. Okay, I’m sorry. I– I didn’t know–
Ressler: What, Mom was gonna host a family reunion? Good call on that one.
Robby: [ Chuckles ] You know how she is. She gets excited. What can I say? Again, I’m sorry, all right?
Ressler: What you should be sorry for is lying to her. Don’t think for a second I’m fooled by this whole vintage car and Rolex routine. What are you up to, Robby?
Robby: You know what? This may come as a shock to you, Don – Agent Ressler, world policeman – I am not a screw-up anymore.
Ressler: Well, if you’re such a success, what are you doing living at home, sleeping in our old room?
Robby: I’m just between apartments.
Ressler: [ Exhales sharply ]
Robby: Go to hell. You know, somebody had to look out for Mom. You won’t do it. Let’s just get this over with.
[ They sit beside each other. Robby shows Ressler photos on this cell phone ]
Robby: [ Clears throat ] Okay. You remember the old dirt field? They’re gonna turn this into an outdoor mall. They break ground tomorrow. If they find what’s under that dirt–
Ressler: So it’s now or never.
Robby: I watched the site overnight last week. They have one night watchman. Guy makes his rounds every hour or two. Half the time, he’s asleep in his car. Now, see this? There’s a gap in that gate big enough for both of us to fit through without making a sound. How’s that for recon?
Ressler: All right. We’re gonna need shovels, nothing too heavy – flashlights, low-wattage – can’t be too bright, nothing with halogen bulbs. Bleach– we’re gonna need at least three quarts, maybe more.
Hardware Man: Wow. Big project, huh?
Robby: Yeah. Septic tank.

[ Ressler sits in the vintage car with racing stripes, looking at the radio ]
[ Soundgarden’s ♫ “Black Hole Sun” plays ]
[ ⬇ Go to Full Lyrics ] or [ ♪ Tap square below to play ♪ ]

[ Flashback: ]
[ Young Ressler sits on the staircase by the living room of his home. He takes a drink from a small bottle of liquor. People mill in the background ]

♪ In my eyes, indisposed
In disguises no one knows
Hides the face, lies the snake
The sun in my disgrace
Boiling heat ♪

[ Young Robby walks over and flicks Young Ressler on the back of the head ]
Young Robby: The hell are you doing?
Young Ressler: Grieving. What’s it to you?

♪ ‘Neath the black the sky looks dead
Call my name through the cream ♪

Young Ressler: Who are these people?
Young Robby: Cool it. They’re here for Mom.
Young Ressler: Yeah? Who’s here for Dad?
[ Tommy Markin walks over ]
Markin: How you boys holding up? You need anything?
Young Ressler: Yep. Refill.
[ Young Ressler leaves ]
Markin: He’s drunk?
Young Robby: You’re surprised?
[ Door closes ] [ Tommy Markin reaches into his pocket and pulls out a Catholic religious medal on a chain ]
Young Robby: This was Dad’s.
Markin: That’s Saint Michael, patron saint of police officers. Found it in his personal effects.
Young Robby: [ Sighs ]
Markin: He would’ve wanted it to go to the next cop in the family.
[ Markin’s cellphone rings. He nods to Young Robby and walks off ]

[ Outdoors, Young Ressler slouches in a car, drinking ]

♪ Black hole sun
Won’t you come
And wash away the rain ♪

Young Ressler: [ Sighs ]
[ Door closes ] [ Markin comes outside, talking on his phone ]
Markin: Hang on.

♪ Won’t you come
Won’t you come ♪

Markin: All right, I’m outside. Go ahead. ⋘⋙ Don’t feed me that.

♪ Black hole sun ♪

Markin: We gave the guy a chance.

♪ Won’t you come ♪

Markin: Nobody wanted this. It’s cleaned up.
[ Young Ressler slouches down further, listening as Markin walks past ]

♪ And wash away the rain ♪

Markin: Just heard from forensics – no further investigation.

♪ Black hole sun ♪

Markin: It’s a good shooting. We’re safe.

♪ Won’t you come
Won’t you come
Black hole sun, black hole sun ♪

[ Present day: ]
[ Ressler sits in the car ] [ Robby tapping on glass ]
Robby: Pop the trunk.

♪ Won’t you come
Black hole ♪

[ Robby and Ressler load the stuff they bought into the trunk of the car ] [ Car doors close, engine starts ]
[ Two men sit in a car some distance away ] [ Cellphone dialing ] [ Ringing tone ]
Albanian: We’ve got eyes on them. I’ll keep you posted.
[ Ressler and Robby’s car takes off ] [ Tires squealing ]

[ Ray field ] [ Ressler and Robby enter the field through the loosely chained door in the fence ] [ Chains rattling ]

[ Flashback: ]
Young Ressler: Tommy Markin did it.
Young Robby: Shut up, Donnie. You don’t know what you’re saying.
Young Ressler: I heard the call! I was right there! Tommy was talking about Dad. Maybe he didn’t pull the trigger, but he had something to do with it, I’m sure.
Young Robby: You’re drunk.
Young Ressler: I know what I heard.
Young Robby: Maybe it was another case. He was Dad’s best friend. He’s practically our uncle–
Young Ressler: Maybe we can prove it? Maybe we can prove it. Like– Like on TV or something. We– We could get him to confess to us.
Young Robby: That’s not how it works. You need evidence – documents, a recording –
Young Ressler: I’ll get them.
Young Robby: I trust Tommy Markin, okay? Dad trusted him, I trust him.
Young Ressler: Why? ‘Cause you both wear the same stupid badge?
Young Robby: Look, I know you need someone to blame for this–
Young Ressler: I have someone to blame! We just need to prove it!
Young Robby: Jesus, Don! How bad do you need to be the center of attention every single time?! Don’t mention it again! Don’t bring it up to Mom. She feels bad enough. Let it go.

[ Present day: ]
[ At Ray Field, Robby counts off his paces ]
Robby: 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66– Can’t believe it’s actually working.
[ Man coughing ] [ It’s the guard ] [ They dodge behind some equipment ]
Ressler: I thought you said that he–
Robby: Shh! I guess he’s off his schedule.
Ressler: Get down, get down!
[ Ressler pushes Robby down. Robby cuts his hand on some razor wire ]
Robby: Aah!
Ressler: All right, looks like I’m gonna be doing all the digging. [ Sighs ]
[ They reach the site ]
Ressler: Sure this is it?
Robby: I’d know it like it was yesterday. This is it. Dig fast. I’ll keep an eye out for the turnkey.

[ Flashback: ]
[ Glass shatters ] [ Young Ressler breaks the window of a door, reaches inside and lets himself inside ] [ He walks over to a desk ] [ Glass crunching ]
[ Young Ressler rifles through some papers. Tommy Markin comes down the stairs ]
Tommy Markin: I heard you before you even put your pants on this morning, Donnie. The hell are you doing here?
Young Ressler: What did you do to my dad?
Markin: Wrong place, wrong time, kid. Let me show you the door.
Young Ressler: I know you had something to do with him getting shot. I heard you. On the phone. You’re coming with me to tell the cops everything.
Markin: I am the cops. Donnie, you’re young. You’re grieving. You’re not thinking straight. We can figure out a way to pay for the window, but–
[ Young Ressler pulls out a pistol and points it at Tommy Markin ] [ Gun cocks ]
Young Ressler: Recognize this? It was Dad’s.
Markin: Donnie, it’s a tragedy what happened. ⋘⋙ What are you gonna do? Shoot me? Shoot a cop? Do you even have a plan?
Young Ressler: Just tell me it’s true!
Markin: You’ve already gotten yourself into enough trouble to break your mother’s heart. Don’t make it worse. You don’t want this on your head. I’m gonna give you one more chance. You give me that gun, or your life is over, young man. You think you’re tough? Your dad was tough. Your brother’s tough. You don’t even have the balls to p–
[ 💥 Young Ressler shoots him ]

[ Present day: ]
[ Shovel scraping ] [ Ressler, digging, comes to some plastic sheeting. He pulls it back. There lies a skull ]
Robby: [ Coughs ] It’s been a while. You remember Tommy Markin, don’t you, Don?

[ Flashback: ]
[ Lee DeWyze’s ♫ “Blackbird’s Song” plays ]
[ ⬇ Go to Full Lyrics ] or [ ♪ Tap square below to play ♪ ]

[ Young Robby is now at Tommy Markin’s house with Young Ressler. Markin lies on his back, shot in the chest ]
Young Robby: Donnie, what did you do?

♪ Pack your things ♪

Young Ressler: [ Breathing shakily ] I didn’t know who else to call. He killed Dad, Robby.
Young Robby: Did he admit it?
Young Ressler: He was going to.

♪ Leave somehow ♪

Young Ressler: H-He would’ve. I know it.

♪ Blackbird song ♪

Young Robby: Donnie, I need you to listen to me carefully–

♪ Is over now ♪

Young Robby: –and answer my questions. You got that? Did anyone see you come in here?
Young Ressler: No.
Young Robby: Did Markin alert anyone when he saw you? Did he make any calls?
Young Ressler: No.
Young Robby: How long has it been since the gunshot?
Young Ressler: I don’t know. Uh– 15, maybe 20 minutes.
Young Robby: Then nobody heard it. Or at least no one reported it.

♪ Ooh, ooh, ooh ♪

Young Robby: Donnie. Go home. Wipe Dad’s gun off and put it back where you found it. Don’t say anything to Mom. Don’t say anything to anyone.

♪ Mouths are dry ♪

Young Robby: Forget this happened. Understood?

♪ River runs ♪

Young Ressler: What are you gonna do?
Young Robby: I’ll take care of this.

♪ Hands are tied ♪

Young Robby: Don’t say another word. Just go.

♪ Preacher sighs
Pack your things ♪

[ Present day: ]
[ Ressler and Robby talk over Tommy Markin’s grave ]
Robby: You ever lose sleep at night ’cause of what we did back then?

♪ Leave somehow ♪

Ressler: Some nights. Not many.
Robby: Ever wish you could take it back?

♪ Blackbird song ♪

Ressler: This man killed our father. Then stood at his wake and lied to our faces. He was a disgrace to the badge he wore.

♪ Is over now ♪

Ressler: The one you were going to wear. The one I wear every day. No, this scumbag got everything that was coming to him. So, no. I wouldn’t take it back. You?

♪ Ohhhh ♪

Robby: Ah, we better get going. Night watchman will be coming soon.

♪ Don’t be scared
I’m still here

[ They wrap the bones in new plastic sheeting ]

No more time
For crying, dear ♪

[ Robby and Ressler carry the skeletal remains in the plastic sheeting to the car and load them into the trunk ]
[ The same two men (including the Albanian) who were observing them earlier watch Robby and Ressler from a distance ]
[ Ressler and Robby drive away ] [ Tires screech, engine revs ]

[ They park Robby’s car on the street and walk into Robby’s garage ]
Ressler: Listen, Robby, look, I– I should say, uh– should say that I’m sorry.
Robby: About what?
Ressler: What I said earlier, back at the house. Look, I-I’ve been hard on you. I left this place behind, and you stayed, and that was– that was the harder choice, and I should give you credit for it. For everything. All your success. Work, everything.
[ They put the shovel and other things into a metal chest ] [ Lid rattles, closes ]
Robby: Thank you, Don.
Ressler: Look, I was a prick when we were younger, and I’m the reason why we’re taking care of this now, but– you had my back that night.
Robby: Of course I did. You’re my brother.
Ressler: I never thanked you. Look, you saved me. That night, everything in my life changed.
Robby: Well, you might’ve noticed, it wasn’t exactly the same for me, either.
Ressler: Looks like you’re doing pretty good now. Hey, maybe you could take me by this garage while I’m still in town?
Robby: Yeah, cool.
[ Engine revving ]
Robby: I’d like that.
[ ⚡️Tires screeching⚡️ ] [ Robby’s car speeds by ]
Ressler: Robby, tell me that was random.
Robby: Okay, I can explain.

[ A bar ]
Robby: The garage isn’t doin’ as well as I might’ve let Mom think.
Ressler: Oh, you don’t say?
Robby: I was losing money, so I hired a bunch of guys. I thought they were stand-up guys. And, uh– anyway, I needed some fast cash. Couldn’t stand for another failure, Donnie.
Ressler: Who’d you borrow money from?
Robby: Definitely not the banks. Those places, you walk in, they don’t even look at you–
Ressler: Robby.
Robby: I borrowed it from a local guy.
Ressler: What do you mean, a connected kind of local guy?
Robby: Yeah, the Albanian type.
Ressler: The mob? The Albanian mob? How much money did you borrow?
Robby: 5OK. It was 30% vig on it. And that was like six months ago.
Ressler: [ Laughs ]
Robby: So it’s closer to 15OK now, so– That’s why they took the car, you know, as collateral. I had to try something.
[ Telephone rings in distance ]
Ressler: Is there anything else you’re not telling me?
Robby: No, I swear. That’s it.
Bartender: Hey, man. It’s for you.
Ressler: Who is this?
Albanian: [ On phone ] We have your car. And the cargo in the trunk. Jakov Mitko wants to see you both.
Ressler: Who’s Jakov Mitko?
Albanian: Your brother knows. He knows where, too. Don’t be late. [ Click ]

[ Jakov Mitko is tending plants on large tables outside of a greenhouse ]
Jakov Mitko: [ Albanian accent ] You know the thing about plants? They are obedient. A little love, a little care – they do exactly what they are supposed to. They grow. They give back. Oxygen, flowers. They are uncomplicated. Anyone can respect that, yes? You must be the brother from D.C. Everyone thought I was crazy to loan money to a guy whose brother was FBI. I said, “Wait and see.” I don’t think in a million years I could’ve seen this.
Robby: Listen, Jakov, I’m gonna get your money. Every last penny of it.
Mitko: This isn’t about money anymore.
Robby: I don’t understand this.
Ressler: He has the car. That’s what this is about.

[ Jakov leads them to where they can see the car. He gestures toward it ]
Mitko: Ah. Voilà. I don’t know who Detective 4818 of the Detroit Police Department was – but he’s seen better days.
Robby: Just tell us what you want.
Mitko: I was going to burn down your garage, just to prove I could. I thought that was your only asset. But now that your brother is here, I know I was wrong. An FBI agent? Now that’s a whole other thing. At the field office of the FBI here in Detroit, there is a room called Department 12. I have never seen it. I am told it is mostly computers. Computers that an agent like yourself can access. Go to that room, and bring me back a file labeled “432.”
Ressler: What is it?
Mitko: Have that file back here by 5:00 p.m. today. If you do that [ sprays flowers ] I will give you back the car and everything that’s in it. And as an added incentive, I will wipe your brother’s debt clean.

[ Ressler and Robby walk away alongside a building, Ressler leading the way ]
Robby: Hey. I know what you’re gonna say.
[ Ressler spins around and slugs ⚡️Robby ]
[ Robby recovers his balance, rubs his chin ]
Robby: Okay, fine, I deserved that.
Ressler: You know what Department 12 is, Robby? It’s the office UCs file their sealed reports to. Now, in case you forgot watching “Miami Vice” as kids, UC stands for “undercover.” So, whoever’s name’s in there is gonna get killed ’cause I gotta run that psycho’s little errand.
Robby: I’m not an idiot. I’m not an idiot! Don’t treat me like one! And you’re not gonna do what he’s asking you to do! It’ll destroy you.
Ressler: Yeah, and if I don’t, he’s gonna take those remains and he’s gonna turn them in, and it’s gonna destroy both of us.
Robby: I’ll take full responsibility.
Ressler: We both know I can’t let you do that, okay? I killed that guy.
Robby: Donnie, Donnie–
Ressler: No, this is my mess.
Robby: You still don’t get it. It isn’t only your mess.
[ Flashback: ]
Robby: [ Voice-over ] It was just me and the body. You’re shocked what your brain can come up with when you’re on autopilot like that.
[ Young Robby digs Markin’s grave ] [ Shovel scraping ]
Robby: [ Voice-over ] I thought a lot about how most people’s lives hinge on a few key moments.
[ Markin moans ] [ Markin coughs ]
Robby: [ Voice-over ] I think mine only had one moment, and then it was over.
Markin: [ Rasping ] Robby– Please–
Young Robby: I know you had Dad killed, Tommy. Donnie told me the truth.
Markin: Letting me die – won’t make us even–
Young Robby: [ Crying ] You took my father from me. How could you?
Markin: It– It was – business –
Robby: [ Voice-over ] In that moment, I suddenly had this clear thought. And I knew I was the only person that could protect you, Don. From Tommy Markin, and anyone else like him who might come along. I had no choice–
[ Young Robby strikes Markin with the shovel ] [ ⚡️Shovel thuds⚡️ ]
[ Present day: ]
Robby: I finished what you started. [ Breathing heavily ] I did it for you. For me. And for Daddy. In the end, all I was thinking about was you. I was protecting your future.
Ressler: Yeah, but why? Why didn’t you tell me? What– W-Why keep this a secret all these years?
Robby: I did that to protect you, too. Whatever that night had done to you, it was driving you. I carried the weight. I never regretted it. Because it did exactly what I thought it would do.
Ressler: And what’s that?
Robby: It made you the person that you are today. So it’s not your mess. It’s my mess, brother. I’ll turn myself in.
Ressler: No. We turn ourselves in. I left you alone once to clean up a mess. I’m not gonna leave you alone again.

[ Ressler is talking to someone, who and where is unclear ]
Ressler: Then, so we– killed the man who killed our father. I pulled the trigger, yeah– and to protect me, my brother did the rest. But we each had a hand in it. Look, we know where the body is. We can take you to it. But because of my involvement, I have to recuse myself from any part of the rest of this case. That’s why I called you. I knew you would help. I- I knew you would do the right thing.
[ Ressler is talking to Liz. They are in an FBI conference room. Robby sits some distance away ]
Liz: Ressler, I– I’m not sure what I’m supposed to say.
Ressler: Well, say you agree with me about how we should handle this. I mean, we arrest those bastards who took the car – for theft, for extortion, for all the other poison they pump into the city. And then after that – my brother and I come clean about what we’ve done.
Liz: I don’t know that I do agree. After the story you told me, after what you’ve been through – both of you–
Ressler: No, we have to do the right thing. It’s important.
Liz: Of course, yes, I will help you. I just want to make sure you’re prepared to face the consequences when the FBI gets their hands on that vehicle and that body. Because if we go in and arrest those people, eventually, the FBI’s gonna open up that trunk.
Ressler: And find Tommy Markin. I know.
Liz: Are you really okay with dealing with the consequences of that?
Ressler: I’ve been running from this my whole life. I need it to be done. We both need it to be done.
[ Liz picks up the phone ] [ Button clicks ]
Liz: Yeah, this is Agent Keen. Can I get SAC Patel in here, please? Thank you.
[ Receiver clatters ]
Liz: [ To Ressler ] I need someone local to run point with me on this. We should go over what the plan is.
Ressler: [ Sighs ]

[ Train whistle blares ]
[ Outside the conference room, Liz points out positions on a map ]
Liz: We’ll be around the corner, two blocks away. 12-second response time, I’d guess.
Ressler: Wanna go over/under on that?
Liz: It’s gonna be dangerous.
Ressler: When is it not?
Liz: You know, I can still talk to Patel, call it off. I have the authority–
Ressler: You know, Keen– I didn’t like you when we first met. I was wrong. You’re a good agent.
You’re the kind of agent that – people join the FBI to try to become. But you’re also a good person. Much better person than I am. So, whatever happens out there today, the Task Force is gonna be in good hands with you.

[ Ressler and Robby ride in the back of a van with armed FBI personnel along with them ]
Ressler: You all right?
Robby: This is gonna kill Mom. Tell me again. We’re doing the right thing?
Ressler: Yeah, Robby. We are. We’re doing the right thing.
[ Engine shuts off ]
[ Liz gets out of the front door and slides opens the side door of the van. Ressler and Robby get out ]

[ Inside Jakov Mitko‘s greenhouse ]
Jakov Mitko: I would be lying if I said I wasn’t surprised that you went through with it.
[ Ressler holds up a thumb drive ]
Ressler: File 432.
Jakov Mitko: You don’t care who’s on it?
Ressler: That’s not my business.
Mitko: Your brother is sweating. And he looks nervous.
Ressler: It’s because it’s humid in here and he loves his car. How about we see it?
[ Liz and the SAC team are listening in front the van ]
Mitko: Okay. Let us go and see it.
Ressler: One more thing before we trade.
Mitko: What do you want? A plant? A nice orchid to go?
Ressler: [ Chuckles ] My brother checks out the car for confirmation. Come on, Robby, do it.
[ Robby goes to the car and opens the trunk ]
Robby: [ Coughs ] [ Gives thumbs up ]
Mitko: My file.
[ Ressler gives Mitko the drive. Mitko gives it to the Albanian, who leaves with it. Another guard stays with Mitko ]
Ressler: Looks like we’re finished.
Liz: [ Over comms ] Ressler, you’re sure this is what you want?
Mitko: Actually, I think I might have a few more projects I need your help with.
Ressler: No, this was a one-time deal.
Mitko: Or it wasn’t. I still have the car – and my file.
Ressler: You sure about that?
[ The Albanian storms out ]
The Albanian: The drive is blank. It’s a fake!
Liz: We’re a go! Go, go, go, go!
[ The agents pile out of the van ]
[ Ressler punches the guard behind him ]
Guard: [ Grunts ]
[ Ressler shoots the Albanian 💥💥💥] [ The SAC team arrives ]
— FBI!
— Hands!
— On the ground!
[ 💥💥💥 Gunfight 💥💥💥 ]
— East entrance to the greenhouse!
— Let’s move!
[ Jakov Mitko grabs Robby, threatening him with a knife ]
Mitko: Tradhtar! I’ll grind your guts to fertilizer!
Liz: Hey, you!
[ Liz shoots 💥 Mitkov ]
[ Ressler comes over to Liz and Robby ]
Ressler: Everyone okay back here?
Robby: Yeah. Your friend just saved my life.
Liz: I wouldn’t say that. I don’t think I saved anyone.

[ José González’s ♫ “Down the Line” plays ]
[ ⬇ Go to Full Lyrics ] or [ ♪ Tap square below to play ♪ ]

[ Ressler and Robby wait at a large table in an FBI conference room ]
[ Ressler notices Robby’s hand is shaking ]
[ Flashback: ]
[ The funeral church service for Ressler and Robby’s father ]
Priest: Wait for the Lord with courage. Be stouthearted and wait for the Lord. And now, I’ve been told Detective Ressler’s eldest son, Robert, would like to say a few words.
[ Young Ressler sees his brother’s hand is shaking ]

♪ I see problems down the line
I know they’re not mine

[ Seeing how nervous his brother is, Young Ressler gets up and walks to the pulpit ]

♪ Don’t wash the dirt off of your hands
Doing the same mistake twice
Making the same mistake twice ♪

♪ Come on over
Don’t be so caught up
It’s not about compromising ♪

Young Ressler: I know everyone here knew my dad. Had some special version of him to hold on to.

♪ I know they’re not mine ♪

Young Ressler: What a good guy he was. What a good cop. I kinda wish I had that. Truth is, I didn’t really know him.

♪ I see darkness down the line ♪

Young Ressler: My version of Dad is him stomping into my school–

♪ I know it’s not fine ♪

Young Ressler: [ Chuckles ] –fresh from patrol, furious after I got caught putting cigarette butts in the faculty’s coffee machine.

♪ Don’t wash the dirt off of your hands ♪

Young Ressler: Then he left too soon.

♪ Doing the same mistake twice ♪

Young Ressler: And what I have now, i-instead of a version of him to hold onto–

♪ Come over ♪

Young Ressler: –is a path to follow. A path that shows me how to grow up right–

♪ It’s not about compromising ♪

Young Ressler: –how to stay out of trouble, how to be good, like him.

♪ I see problems down the line ♪

[ Present day: ]
[ Robby talks to FBI interrogators. Ressler sits nearby ]
Robby: So, it started with me only borrowing $50,0000.

♪ I know they’re not mine ♪

Robby: But with interest, and the time that had gone by, Mitko was demanding that I pay back $150,000. That’s when he came after the car–
[ Jakov Mitko gives his side of the story ]
Mitko: I don’t remember the number on the badge, but it was definitely a cop. The agent and his brother, they knew about that. I would say more, but I want to make a deal first.
Interrogator: Can you prove any of this?
Mitko: You go check out the trunk of that car yourself.

[ An Interrogator enters the room where Ressler and Robby wait ]
Agent Patel: Agent Ressler – There has been an allegation made against you and your brother by the man we have in the other room.
Ressler: Yeah, we were expecting that.
Agent Patel: It’s a very serious allegation.
[ An agent opens the trunk of the car ]

♪ Don’t let the darkness eat you up ♪

Ressler: The thing about this case is–
[ The agent who checked the car comes in and whispers something to Agent Patel ]

♪ Don’t let the darkness eat you up ♪

Agent Patel: Well, this is interesting–
[ Ressler and Robby check the trunk of the car. It’s empty and spotlessly clean ]

[ The kitchen of Ressler and Robby’s Mom’s house ]
Robby: How is the body just gone? I mean, Markin didn’t just get up and walk away.
Ressler: I think we’re good. I mean, I don’t know exactly what happened, but I do have some theories. I think someone was watching over us, Robby.
Robby: [ Sighs ] Now what do we do?
Ressler: Well, I think we can finally put this behind us and move on.
Robby: [ Sighs ] I need a drink.
[ Robby leaves ]

[ Door opens ] [ Lisa enters ] [ Door closes ]
Lisa: Oh, hi, sweetie. Were you boys out all night?
Ressler: Yeah, it was a– It was a long one.
Lisa: Well, did everything work out okay?
Ressler: What do you mean?
Lisa: Did you get Robby out of the trouble he was in? I knew something was up. A mother knows. You here all of a sudden on a “case.”
Ressler: The case turned out as well as possible. I’m pretty sure Robby’s gonna be okay.
Lisa: Thank you, Donnie. Trouble or not, your brother means well. He just gets himself a bit lost sometimes.
Ressler: [ Scoffs ]
Lisa: I meant what I said about your father being proud of the both of you. You know why? Because you stick together.
[ Lisa pats Ressler’s cheek ]

[ Ressler goes to his old room and opens a drawer. He takes out the Saint Michael’s medal ]
[ Flashback: ]
[ After the funeral service Young Robby sits on a staircase in the church ] [ Indistinct conversation ] [ Young Ressler sits down beside Young Robby ]
Young Robby: I couldn’t do that. I couldn’t just stand in front of those people and say– What could I say?
Young Ressler: It’s okay. We got through it.
Young Robby: [ Sniffs ]
Young Ressler: Tomorrow will be easier, and the day after that–
Young Robby: Maybe you can do better with this than I did. [ Sniffles ]
[ Young Robby gives Young Ressler the Saint Michael’s medal ]
Young Ressler: This is Dad’s?
Young Robby: I can’t be a cop. I’m nothing like him. I don’t know what I am anymore.
[ Present Day: ]
[ The house porch ]
Robby: You heading back to D.C., bud?
Ressler: Yeah. Yeah. I’m sure the office has missed me by now.
Robby: [ Chuckles ] Mom’s sure gonna miss you.
Ressler: Yeah. I’ll call. As often as I can. I have something for you.
[ Ressler gives Robby the Saint Michael’s medal ]
Robby: Never thought I’d see that again.
Ressler: I think it’s your turn to hang onto it a while.
Robby: You don’t think Dad would’ve wanted the cop in the family to have it?
Ressler: No, no. I think he’d want you to have it.

[ Knocking on door ] [ Liz opens. It’s Ressler ]
Ressler: Bad time?
Liz: No. No, come in.
Ressler: Did you do it to protect me?
[ Liz walks away, dismissively ]
Liz: You say that like it’s a bad thing.
Ressler: I’m not gonna ask you how you did it. I won’t ask what you did with Markin’s body or- or- or how you even scrubbed that car clean, but–
Liz: I learned from the best.
Ressler: Look, I want to know– I mean– Liz, I need to know– Why?
Liz: You were in trouble. You needed help.
Ressler: No, y-y-you– you risked everything. I mean, if you- you’d have been caught–
Liz: Yeah, but I wasn’t.
Ressler: Yeah, but you could’ve been.
Liz: Are you trying to say thank you? ‘Cause if that’s what you’re doing, you’re doing a terrible job of it.
Ressler: I- I- I never would’ve asked you to take such a huge risk for me.
Liz: You didn’t ask.
Ressler: Yeah, but you did it anyway.
Liz: It wasn’t for you, knucklehead. It was for me.
Ressler: For you?
Liz: Look, if you wanna ruin your life over something you did a lifetime ago – when you were a teenager, for God’s sake – then someday, sure, I’ll let you.
Ressler: You’ll let me.
Liz: Yeah, you have my permission to be a total dipstick.
Ressler: [ Chuckles ] So, what am I? A dipstick or a knucklehead?
Liz: You’re a knucklehead and a dipstick, and you’re someone that I rely on, for, like– everything.
Ressler: We both know that’s not true.
Liz: Have you looked at my life? I’m a widow and a single mom. A marionette – with a high-functioning sociopath pulling my strings. My grandfather tried to murder my mother, and my mother is a legendarily lethal Russian spy – who moved in next door without even telling me who she was. [ Sighs ] I mean it. Have you looked at my life? I mean, really taken a close look. Because it’s like I’m in the middle of a monsoon that’s constantly threatening to drown me in bad news. And somewhere in the middle of that FEMA disaster of a life– [ Voice breaking ] Somewhere is just – a tiny island of calm. And if that weren’t there, I would be swept out to sea.
Ressler: No, that’s never gonna happen–
Liz: It would if you weren’t here.
Ressler: But I am. And it won’t. Come here.
[ He hugs her ]
Ressler: It’s never gonna happen. Not on my watch.
[ Hug ]

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Trivia: In Episode 3:8 Kings of the Highway, we were first introduced to the story of Tommy Markin:

Ressler: Well, that’s exactly what Tommy Markin used to tell my dad. They were partners – Detroit PD. He’d sit around talking about how dirty the precinct was and how they were gonna clean it up.
Assistant AG Reven Wright: Did they?
Ressler: No. When my father refused to go on the payroll, a drug dealer put a bullet in him. It was a trap, set by the crookedest cop of all – good old Tommy Markin.
Wright: What happened to him?
Ressler: Nothing. They protected him. My father died for his principles. If I compromise mine, it’ll be as if he died for nothing.

Later in the episode when Reven Wright was killed by Laurel Hitchin, her last words were “Tommy Markin.” In the next episode, 3:10 The Director Part 1, with Wright having gone missing, Hitchin tells this to Ressler:

Hitchin: … As for Reven Wright, last time we talked, she mentioned an associate. Um, what was his name? Tommy Markin. Maybe he has something to do with her disappearance. Does that name mean anything to you?
Ressler: Tommy Markin. No. Never heard of him.

Ressler immediately knew what Wright was trying to convey: “Dirty cop.” He confided in the task force his suspicions:

Ressler: Reven Wright’s not coming back.
Aram: How do you know?
Ressler: Tommy Markin. Was a guy I told Reven about, only Reven, and Hitchin just asked about him. Laurel Hitchin is in the Cabal. …

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🔴 Episode Songs

🎹 ⋙ Check Tunefind for any additional music for this episode

♫ Warm Shadow
By Fink

♪ What you got going on?
Behind those, eyes closed, holding on
And I don’t want another day to break
Take our, steal our night away

♪ Warm shadow
Warm shadow
Won’t you cast yourself on me?

♪ What you got in store for me?
Keep those, eyes closed next to me
And I don’t want another day to break
Take our, steal our night away

♪ Warm shadow
Warm shadow
Won’t you cast yourself on me?

♪ Warm shadow
Warm shadow
Won’t you cast yourself on me?

♪ Won’t you stop breaking in?
Red sky, red light, awakening
And I don’t want another day to break
Take our, steal our night away

♪ Take our, steal our, night away
Take our, steal our, night away
Take our, steal our, night away
Take our
Steal our
Night away

🎹 Return to where this song occurs in script above
Lyrics and Credits: http://bit.ly/3d53X0i
YouTube: https://youtu.be/einRIcF-z3U



♫ Black Hole Sun
By Soundgarden

♪ In my eyes, indisposed
In disguises no one knows
Hides the face, lies the snake
The sun in my disgrace
Boiling heat, summer stench
‘Neath the black the sky looks dead
Call my name through the cream
And I’ll hear you scream again

♪ Black hole sun
Won’t you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole sun
Won’t you come
Won’t you come (won’t you come)

♪ Stuttering, cold and damp
Steal the warm wind tired friend
Times are gone for honest men
And sometimes far too long for snakes
In my shoes, a walking sleep
And my youth I pray to keep
Heaven sent hell away
No one sings like you anymore

♪ Black hole sun
Won’t you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole sun
Won’t you come
Won’t you come

♪ Black hole sun
Won’t you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole sun
Won’t you come
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)

♪ Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)

♪ Hang my head, drown my fear
Till you all just disappear

♪ Black hole sun
Won’t you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole sun
Won’t you come
Won’t you come

♪ Black hole sun
Won’t you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole sun
Won’t you come
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come (black hole sun, black hole sun)
Won’t you come
Won’t you come

🎹 Return to where this song occurs in script above
Lyrics and Credits: http://bit.ly/2zKxEFr
YouTube: https://youtu.be/3mbBbFH9fAg



♫ Blackbird’s Song
By Lee DeWyze

♪ Pack your things
Leave somehow
Blackbird song
Is over now

♪ Mouths are dry
River runs
Hands are tied
Preachers son
Pack your things
Leave somehow
Blackbird song
Is over now

♪ Don’t be scared
I’m still here
No more time
For crying dear

🎹 Return to where this song occurs in script above
Lyrics and Credits: http://bit.ly/3bYvRef
YouTube: https://youtu.be/NxV7C6NELqA



♫ Down the Line (from “The Last Song” soundtrack)
By José González

♪ I see problems down the line,
I know they’re not mine.
Don’t wash the dirt off of your hands.
You’re doing the same mistake twice.
Making the same mistake twice.

♪ Come on over,
don’t be so caught up.
It’s not about compromising.

♪ I see problems down the line,
I know they’re not mine.
I see darkness down the line,
I know it’s not fine.
But don’t wash the dirt off of your hands.
You’re doing the same mistake twice.
Making the same mistake twice.

♪ Come on over,
don’t be so caught up.
It’s all about colonizing.

♪ I see problems down the line.
I know they’re not mine.

♪ Don’t let the darkness eat you up.

🎹 Return to where this song occurs in script above
Lyrics and Credits: http://bit.ly/2KQA3kl
YouTube: https://youtu.be/tZuC6y4eUo0



♫ Bonus Song: Diversionary (“Do the Right Thing”)
By Ages and Ages (with choir)

♪ Do the right thing, do the right thing
Do it all the time, do it all the time
Make yourself right, never mind them
Don’t you know you’re not the only one suffering

♪ Do the right thing, do the right thing
Do it all the time, do it all the time
Make yourself right, never mind them
Don’t you know you’re not the only one suffering

♪ Do the right thing, do the right thing
Do it all the time, do it all the time
Make yourself right, never mind them
Don’t you know you’re not the only one suffering

♪ I see you up again wandering so diligent
Crossing your t’s as though it weren’t irrelevant
They say formality, this is what they really meant:
They can be the walk, we can, we can be the pavement

♪ Do the right thing, do the right thing
Do it all the time, do it all the time
Make yourself right, never mind them
Don’t you know you’re not the only one suffering

♪ So what you’re up against, all the disingenuous
They wave you along and say there’s always room for us
But we know better than that to take ’em serious
Still don’t let ’em make you bitter in the process

♪ And when the light is up, this is how oughta be
(do the right thing)
We’ll make it alright, they’ll come around eventually
(do it all the time)
They say it’s nothing but that ain’t the reality
(do it all the time)
They may take us on but they can never take us easy

♪ And they ain’t moving, they’re just moving around
So if you love yourself, you better get out
Get out, get out, get out now

♪ Do the right thing, do the right thing
(do the right thing)
Do it all the time, do it all the time
(do it all the time)
Make yourself right, never mind them
(do it all the time)
Don’t you know you’re not the only one suffering

[ Repeat X6]
♪ (I hear a higher calling)
Do the right thing, do the right thing (do the right thing)
(Better here than there I guess)
Do it all the time, do it all the time (do it all the time)
(So long)
Make yourself right, never mind them (do it all the time)
(So long)
Don’t you know you’re not the only one suffering

Lyrics and Credits: http://bit.ly/2zoNFRd
YouTube: https://youtu.be/jIShuV7_KVw



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