1 00:00:01,720 --> 00:00:03,580 I can't control when I go, 2 00:00:03,680 --> 00:00:07,330 but I seem to come back to the present when I finish some chapter in the lives of the people 3 00:00:07,350 --> 00:00:08,350 that I'm tracking. 4 00:00:08,360 --> 00:00:10,720 - We used to get along better. - We were like brothers, yeah. 5 00:00:10,830 --> 00:00:13,320 - What happened? - I don't know. Something about a girl. 6 00:00:13,610 --> 00:00:14,910 Katie? 7 00:00:15,010 --> 00:00:16,520 Oh, my god. 8 00:00:16,640 --> 00:00:18,820 - Where did you get all that? - It's dylan mcclain'S. 9 00:00:18,930 --> 00:00:21,810 - Where'd you go, Dan? - I got sick. Vertigo or something. 10 00:00:22,190 --> 00:00:23,200 What the hell's going on here? 11 00:00:23,320 --> 00:00:25,340 - Jack, this is a family matter. - Yeah, and he'S my brother 12 00:00:25,410 --> 00:00:28,720 jack, we have a problem, and it's serious, and it's personal. 13 00:00:28,850 --> 00:00:31,830 Right now, I just need you to trust me, okay? 14 00:00:31,960 --> 00:00:33,550 Katie, I gotta leave! 15 00:00:33,680 --> 00:00:35,560 Katie! 16 00:00:40,000 --> 00:00:41,580 - You're Dan Vasser. - Yes, sir. 17 00:00:41,720 --> 00:00:43,500 I'm Elliot Langley from lawrence Livermore. 18 00:00:43,600 --> 00:00:44,910 Time travel's impossible. 19 00:00:45,030 --> 00:00:46,870 No, just not proven. 20 00:01:12,660 --> 00:01:13,560 Michael. 21 00:01:13,680 --> 00:01:14,660 Michael! 22 00:01:14,770 --> 00:01:16,130 It's a bad idea! 23 00:01:17,080 --> 00:01:18,920 - It's safe. - No, it's not. 24 00:01:19,710 --> 00:01:21,060 Shut up! 25 00:01:21,870 --> 00:01:23,580 Michael. 26 00:01:24,160 --> 00:01:25,500 it's too much fuel. 27 00:01:25,620 --> 00:01:26,730 michael! 28 00:01:26,860 --> 00:01:29,010 If you're scared, then leave. 29 00:01:29,130 --> 00:01:31,380 Yeah, run away, little wuss. 30 00:01:31,510 --> 00:01:33,260 You're gonna blow the whole place up. 31 00:01:33,370 --> 00:01:36,030 Hey! Hey! 32 00:01:36,270 --> 00:01:37,480 Hey 33 00:01:37,480 --> 00:01:38,760 Hey 34 00:01:38,860 --> 00:01:40,590 Get off me. I need to get my dad. 35 00:01:40,710 --> 00:01:42,160 Just tell me what's going on. 36 00:01:42,410 --> 00:01:44,150 He left us to watch the garage. He's gonna die. 37 00:01:44,290 --> 00:01:45,480 - Who is? - My brother. 38 00:01:45,600 --> 00:01:48,240 - Show me. - It's gonna blow up my dad's garage. 39 00:01:48,360 --> 00:01:49,720 - What is? - It's up there! 40 00:01:49,840 --> 00:01:51,870 - What is? - We made our own rocket fuel. 41 00:01:52,000 --> 00:01:53,810 It was an experiment. 42 00:01:56,430 --> 00:01:58,100 He won't listen. Michael! 43 00:01:58,210 --> 00:01:59,720 Nice going. Who'd you tell? 44 00:01:59,850 --> 00:02:03,690 The standard proportion is 50 grams powder per 40 millimeters diameter. 45 00:02:03,800 --> 00:02:04,840 Stay there! 46 00:02:04,970 --> 00:02:07,110 But he's using 250 grams. 47 00:02:07,260 --> 00:02:09,890 - You're using 250 grams, Michael!! - I know. Shut up! 48 00:02:10,010 --> 00:02:11,150 It's like on the space shuttle. 49 00:02:11,250 --> 00:02:13,320 They don't know what happened on the space shuttle. 50 00:02:14,770 --> 00:02:16,050 - Is that thing...? - It's safe. 51 00:02:16,170 --> 00:02:18,880 No, it's not. With an improper thrust-compression ratio? 52 00:02:18,890 --> 00:02:20,770 - You don't know squat. - It'll blow it out and not up. 53 00:02:20,790 --> 00:02:21,920 Get outta here. Get away from there, Michael. 54 00:02:22,030 --> 00:02:24,880 What's-your-name, little brother, get back. It'll blow. 55 00:02:30,640 --> 00:02:38,350 -=www.ydy.com/bbs=- Proudly Presents 56 00:02:41,150 --> 00:02:49,840 -=www.ydy.com/bbs=- Sync: YTET - 伣 57 00:02:49,900 --> 00:02:54,690 JourneyMan Season 1 Episode 6 Keepers 58 00:03:14,950 --> 00:03:17,040 - eek! - Don't worry, mom. It's me. 59 00:03:17,170 --> 00:03:18,740 Oh, you scared me. 60 00:03:19,650 --> 00:03:20,860 What do you have there, sweetie? 61 00:03:20,970 --> 00:03:22,710 - I was looking for my candy bag. - Uh-huh. 62 00:03:22,830 --> 00:03:24,620 - And you found this? - Where's dad? 63 00:03:24,750 --> 00:03:26,630 He stepped out. 64 00:03:27,030 --> 00:03:28,890 Does this mean we're rich? 65 00:03:29,270 --> 00:03:31,170 not exactly. This is not real. 66 00:03:31,290 --> 00:03:33,160 - Not real? - No, it's like play money. 67 00:03:33,160 --> 00:03:35,610 - Can I play with it? - No. No. 68 00:03:36,000 --> 00:03:37,130 I mean... 69 00:03:37,240 --> 00:03:38,820 - trick-or- treaters, mom. - Yes. Great. 70 00:03:38,950 --> 00:03:41,420 - Let's go get 'em - I know a trick dad could do to scare people. 71 00:03:41,540 --> 00:03:42,560 Oh, yeah? What's that? 72 00:03:42,690 --> 00:03:44,340 - Turn invisible. - Honey... 73 00:03:45,270 --> 00:03:47,960 listen. That's our little secret, right? 74 00:03:48,360 --> 00:03:50,400 Okay? Just like the money. 75 00:03:50,680 --> 00:03:53,620 Remember. It's not polite to talk about money. 76 00:03:54,550 --> 00:03:56,040 Oh, god. 77 00:03:57,260 --> 00:03:59,990 - Trick or treat, hombres! - Come on in. 78 00:04:01,260 --> 00:04:04,210 There's a Dangerous desperado holing up in here! 79 00:04:04,490 --> 00:04:05,980 Can't be too careful. 80 00:04:06,020 --> 00:04:07,250 Trick or treat! 81 00:04:07,310 --> 00:04:08,220 What did you want.... 82 00:04:08,350 --> 00:04:09,600 Oh look at **** 83 00:04:09,730 --> 00:04:11,690 Okay, you want this right? 84 00:04:11,770 --> 00:04:14,480 Oh, I just want to take one home with me. 85 00:04:14,870 --> 00:04:16,360 You can take this one. 86 00:04:16,720 --> 00:04:18,370 - I'm kidding. - Where's Dan? 87 00:04:18,490 --> 00:04:20,750 Oh, he went out to get some ice. He'll be back any minute. 88 00:04:20,870 --> 00:04:22,590 Bye, guys. Happy halloween! 89 00:04:23,640 --> 00:04:26,570 Hey, Jack, Theresa, you guys, you should probably go ahead and... 90 00:04:26,680 --> 00:04:28,270 take Zack. He's been anxious to go. 91 00:04:28,390 --> 00:04:29,940 No, I'm not. 92 00:04:30,060 --> 00:04:31,940 How's Dan's vertigo? 93 00:04:32,060 --> 00:04:34,030 It's coming along. How's my mail? 94 00:04:40,470 --> 00:04:41,790 - hey! - Trick or treat. 95 00:04:41,920 --> 00:04:43,840 Here you go. Okay, one at a time. 96 00:04:43,970 --> 00:04:45,220 Okay. No more than two. 97 00:04:45,350 --> 00:04:46,430 Skunk, that's three. 98 00:04:46,430 --> 00:04:48,700 I'm not a skunk. I'm roadkill. 99 00:04:50,060 --> 00:04:51,790 maybe we should take Zack. 100 00:04:51,930 --> 00:04:53,370 Not without me. Hey. 101 00:04:53,510 --> 00:04:54,810 Hey, Theresa. Very nice. 102 00:04:54,940 --> 00:04:56,310 Thank you. 103 00:04:58,470 --> 00:04:59,470 - You ready? - Yeah! 104 00:04:59,570 --> 00:05:01,420 Okay. Now... 105 00:05:01,540 --> 00:05:02,440 - woody? - Oh, yeah. 106 00:05:02,580 --> 00:05:04,100 - Hey, I'll get the... - whoa, whoa. Wait. 107 00:05:04,220 --> 00:05:06,170 - You got a piece of glass. - Huh? 108 00:05:06,970 --> 00:05:09,050 you'll cut yourself. 109 00:05:09,530 --> 00:05:11,710 Thanks. Coming! 110 00:05:11,830 --> 00:05:13,380 - Hey. - Trick or treat?! 111 00:05:18,060 --> 00:05:21,660 I saved this kid Michael's life, so I'm probably gonna meet him again. 112 00:05:21,810 --> 00:05:23,560 When I do, I want to be prepared. 113 00:05:23,700 --> 00:05:26,320 - With dylan mcclain's ransom money. - That's the idea. 114 00:05:26,330 --> 00:05:28,070 So you can't spend it here because it's marked. 115 00:05:28,210 --> 00:05:29,290 Yeah, traceable. 116 00:05:29,410 --> 00:05:31,640 It's from the past, so it needs to be spent there. 117 00:05:31,770 --> 00:05:33,860 Well, aren't they more likely to be tracing it back there? 118 00:05:33,990 --> 00:05:37,050 I don't stick around long enough to find out. 119 00:05:37,170 --> 00:05:38,390 You're bulging a little, honey. 120 00:05:38,500 --> 00:05:40,250 - You might want to drop a thousand. - Yeah? 121 00:05:42,390 --> 00:05:44,730 Hey, um, those guys called back about the roof. 122 00:05:44,860 --> 00:05:45,770 Oh, yeah. And? 123 00:05:45,890 --> 00:05:48,060 Their estimate was just as high as the other guy'S. 124 00:05:48,870 --> 00:05:51,360 - Wh-what are you saying? - I don't know. 125 00:05:52,650 --> 00:05:55,550 Are you suggesting that we use this money to pay for the roof? 126 00:05:55,670 --> 00:05:57,060 No. I'm... 127 00:05:57,870 --> 00:05:59,110 I don't know. I'm just having a discussion, 128 00:05:59,250 --> 00:06:01,890 but that's why I hate having it here, because, when it is... 129 00:06:02,020 --> 00:06:03,440 you're tempted to spend it. 130 00:06:03,560 --> 00:06:05,580 That and people could find it. 131 00:06:05,710 --> 00:06:08,400 Like seven-year-old boys who aren't very good at keeping secrets. 132 00:06:08,530 --> 00:06:10,080 He shouldn't need to keep secrets. 133 00:06:10,210 --> 00:06:12,130 That's why I'm getting rid of it in the past. 134 00:06:12,580 --> 00:06:14,330 Can't we hide it in the attic, 135 00:06:14,450 --> 00:06:16,530 - where kids can't find it? - Yeah, when I get home. 136 00:06:16,660 --> 00:06:18,200 - Where you going? - I have a lunch. 137 00:06:18,540 --> 00:06:20,410 You look nice. Who is he? 138 00:06:20,950 --> 00:06:22,560 Very funny. 139 00:06:28,770 --> 00:06:30,720 I didn't tell him it was you. 140 00:06:31,240 --> 00:06:33,040 - Why? - He'll get mad. 141 00:06:33,400 --> 00:06:35,090 Yeah, he is the jealous kind. 142 00:06:35,210 --> 00:06:37,190 He hates to share me. 143 00:06:39,470 --> 00:06:41,970 no, my going back to work threatens him. 144 00:06:42,110 --> 00:06:44,520 Oh, Dan seems more evolved than that. 145 00:06:44,640 --> 00:06:46,750 No, it's not that. It's just... 146 00:06:47,130 --> 00:06:49,180 you know, there have been layoffs at the paper. 147 00:06:49,300 --> 00:06:52,150 - So? - So, will there be more? 148 00:06:53,280 --> 00:06:55,920 He's safe. For now. 149 00:06:56,260 --> 00:06:57,750 As long as I'm around. 150 00:06:59,520 --> 00:07:01,480 So you want to get back in tv? 151 00:07:01,600 --> 00:07:02,910 I'm thinking about it, yeah. 152 00:07:03,020 --> 00:07:03,950 - Okay. - Yeah. 153 00:07:04,080 --> 00:07:06,280 And you know grant hauser at kryl, right? 154 00:07:06,580 --> 00:07:08,350 I can give him a call, but... 155 00:07:08,460 --> 00:07:09,610 boy, if they don't remember you. 156 00:07:09,720 --> 00:07:11,400 - Miss Vasser? - Yeah. 157 00:07:11,510 --> 00:07:13,620 - Oh, come on. Let me get this. - No, your paper can't afford it. 158 00:07:13,740 --> 00:07:16,730 - There's a problem with your card. - Really? 159 00:07:16,870 --> 00:07:18,530 - How can that...? - It's not going through. 160 00:07:18,660 --> 00:07:20,670 - Looks like i am getting this. - Oh, no, hugh. 161 00:07:21,350 --> 00:07:23,370 Sorry. 162 00:07:25,900 --> 00:07:28,120 Katie, talk to Dan. 163 00:07:28,240 --> 00:07:30,360 You guys shouldn't be keeping secrets. 164 00:07:30,490 --> 00:07:32,580 Well, I'll tell him tonight. 165 00:07:34,190 --> 00:07:37,650 Uh, neighbor saw him blow up a toy rocket back in '86. 166 00:07:37,780 --> 00:07:39,780 I have a first and last name, not much else. 167 00:07:39,910 --> 00:07:42,730 Okay, Michael kowalchuk wrote a letter to the editor. 168 00:07:42,850 --> 00:07:45,340 Gas prices too high, blames the big oil companies... 169 00:07:45,460 --> 00:07:48,030 - going out on a limb. - Yeah, that's a perennial. 170 00:07:48,550 --> 00:07:50,460 Okay, here's the kid I remember. 171 00:07:50,590 --> 00:07:56,130 Michael kowalchuk, age 17, steals a car, leads police on a three-hour chase. 172 00:07:56,260 --> 00:07:59,200 This was in '89. I wrote it up as a human interest piece. 173 00:07:59,340 --> 00:08:02,030 Now, his father was an immigrant, owned his own garage. 174 00:08:02,140 --> 00:08:03,530 Used to smack the kids around. 175 00:08:03,660 --> 00:08:04,760 - Old school. - Yeah. 176 00:08:04,890 --> 00:08:06,930 Too bad siberia wasn't available. 177 00:08:07,350 --> 00:08:10,070 Judge gave the kid three years in juvie, but... 178 00:08:10,190 --> 00:08:14,070 considering his old man, I think that jail might've been a better deal. 179 00:08:14,180 --> 00:08:16,350 A kid with a troubled past is facing a troubled future. 180 00:08:16,460 --> 00:08:17,450 Anything else? 181 00:08:17,570 --> 00:08:20,540 I never did a followup, but you might want to check california correctional. 182 00:08:20,670 --> 00:08:22,620 - Repeat offender profile? - Yeah. 183 00:08:22,750 --> 00:08:26,020 So you had another thing, a letter combination? 184 00:08:26,130 --> 00:08:28,370 G-f-n-g and an "O." 185 00:08:28,500 --> 00:08:30,090 "O" with a diagonal line through it. 186 00:08:30,210 --> 00:08:33,230 No. Nothing on that one. Could be a gang tag. 187 00:08:33,340 --> 00:08:36,370 Maybe you could talk to a street source, someone who knows gangs. 188 00:08:36,490 --> 00:08:38,210 I'll do that. 189 00:08:40,930 --> 00:08:42,610 - Hey, question. - Sure. 190 00:08:42,740 --> 00:08:45,660 Did Elliot Langley stop by last week, a scientist? 191 00:08:46,180 --> 00:08:47,270 Yeah. Why? 192 00:08:47,390 --> 00:08:48,780 What did he want? 193 00:08:48,900 --> 00:08:50,490 Why do you want to know? 194 00:08:51,290 --> 00:08:52,640 All right, he was... 195 00:08:52,780 --> 00:08:54,410 helping me with my book. 196 00:08:54,520 --> 00:08:57,430 Oh, so now you're working on your book on my dime? 197 00:08:57,560 --> 00:09:00,250 He dropped in unannounced. He stayed for ten minutes. 198 00:09:01,950 --> 00:09:03,440 You know Elliot Langley? 199 00:09:03,560 --> 00:09:07,230 I knew that he was a scientist, had some oddball ideas... 200 00:09:07,810 --> 00:09:11,940 and he worked at, uh, thurn-tippett before he went to livermore. 201 00:09:12,200 --> 00:09:13,610 Your book... 202 00:09:13,720 --> 00:09:16,590 it's not going to be about that serial bomber a couple years ago, is it? 203 00:09:16,710 --> 00:09:18,650 Serial bomber? 204 00:09:18,940 --> 00:09:20,360 Never mind. 205 00:09:20,480 --> 00:09:24,990 Hey, maybe between chapters for your book, a news item for the paper. 206 00:09:25,110 --> 00:09:27,390 Uh, how about a coming-of-age story? 207 00:09:27,510 --> 00:09:29,000 Car thief tries to turn his life around? 208 00:09:29,130 --> 00:09:30,780 Sounds breathtakingly dull. 209 00:09:30,910 --> 00:09:33,250 - I didn't say that it ended well. - Good. 210 00:09:41,560 --> 00:09:42,640 hey, come here. 211 00:09:42,760 --> 00:09:44,440 Run, run! Run. 212 00:09:44,560 --> 00:09:46,150 - Hey, hey! Whoa, whoa! - Back off! 213 00:09:46,290 --> 00:09:47,220 I got a knife. 214 00:09:49,210 --> 00:09:50,640 Why, you forget your keys? 215 00:09:50,770 --> 00:09:52,160 I told you this was a stupid idea. 216 00:09:52,290 --> 00:09:54,160 - You're a lousy lookout. - I didn't want to be a lookout. 217 00:09:54,300 --> 00:09:56,280 I didn't want to do any of this. 218 00:09:57,640 --> 00:09:58,480 Hey. 219 00:09:58,600 --> 00:09:59,580 He's that guy. 220 00:09:59,700 --> 00:10:01,150 He saved you when the rocket blew up. 221 00:10:01,280 --> 00:10:02,580 I live around here. Come on. 222 00:10:02,700 --> 00:10:03,870 - Let's get you home. - No! 223 00:10:03,980 --> 00:10:06,280 Don'T. My dad will kill him, Please. 224 00:10:06,690 --> 00:10:08,180 He says Michael's useless. 225 00:10:08,290 --> 00:10:09,930 He didn't ask, motormouth. 226 00:10:10,040 --> 00:10:12,130 He says you can't raise a teenager in america. 227 00:10:12,250 --> 00:10:14,250 He'd take us all back to the ukraine if he could, 228 00:10:14,310 --> 00:10:18,240 - except the communists are gonna be there forever. - Don't bet the over. 229 00:10:18,360 --> 00:10:19,790 Listen to me. 230 00:10:19,920 --> 00:10:21,930 Something tells me your dad's wrong. 231 00:10:22,620 --> 00:10:25,090 You're not useless. 232 00:10:25,660 --> 00:10:27,800 There's gotta be something you're good at. 233 00:10:27,920 --> 00:10:29,910 Cars. 234 00:10:30,420 --> 00:10:32,520 Fixing them or stealing them? 235 00:10:33,150 --> 00:10:35,880 There's a '69 chevy a guy's getting ready to sell. 236 00:10:36,080 --> 00:10:38,730 My dad can't fix it, but mike can. 237 00:10:38,750 --> 00:10:40,370 - Mike's really good. - Shut up! 238 00:10:40,380 --> 00:10:41,480 It's a camaro. 239 00:10:41,610 --> 00:10:43,080 - Pebble beige. - For how much? 240 00:10:43,220 --> 00:10:44,990 - The guys says he'll sell it for 200 bucks. - Oh, yeah? 241 00:10:45,050 --> 00:10:46,680 - Buy it for me. - Whoa. 242 00:10:46,810 --> 00:10:48,360 Here's an extra $300. 243 00:10:48,490 --> 00:10:49,900 Get it back to cherry. 244 00:10:50,020 --> 00:10:53,060 In a year, if you're as good as he says, I'll pay you $3,000 for it. 245 00:10:53,190 --> 00:10:55,280 - If not, or if you don't see me again... - what? 246 00:10:55,570 --> 00:10:57,060 Well... 247 00:10:57,500 --> 00:10:59,180 you can keep it. 248 00:10:59,830 --> 00:11:01,440 Who are you? 249 00:11:02,850 --> 00:11:03,780 Uh.. you... 250 00:11:03,890 --> 00:11:05,720 - better get outta here. - Go. Go. 251 00:11:24,940 --> 00:11:26,310 What are you doing? 252 00:11:26,440 --> 00:11:28,110 My brother'S. 253 00:11:28,540 --> 00:11:29,620 Really? 254 00:11:29,750 --> 00:11:31,710 Candy-apple red. 255 00:11:31,840 --> 00:11:34,890 There's that radar detector he tried to hide under the dash. 256 00:11:36,690 --> 00:11:38,700 You remember it? 257 00:11:38,830 --> 00:11:41,390 He still owns it, what, 20 years from now? 258 00:11:43,070 --> 00:11:45,230 It's my old neighborhood. 259 00:11:45,940 --> 00:11:48,070 I grew up here. 260 00:11:48,810 --> 00:11:51,540 - Feels like you're off course. - Why? 261 00:11:52,560 --> 00:11:54,290 'Cause I'm here. 262 00:11:54,300 --> 00:11:56,340 What's doing this to us, Livia? 263 00:11:56,690 --> 00:11:58,380 I don't know. 264 00:11:58,490 --> 00:12:02,010 I just go with it now and try to adapt. 265 00:12:02,140 --> 00:12:04,350 Well, I want to know. I want answers. 266 00:12:05,570 --> 00:12:07,260 How you doing about gathering stuff? 267 00:12:07,400 --> 00:12:09,510 I've got a cell that works from '95 on. 268 00:12:09,630 --> 00:12:11,220 Still working on old ids. 269 00:12:11,340 --> 00:12:13,020 How about relevant currency? 270 00:12:13,150 --> 00:12:15,700 That, that is not a problem. 271 00:12:16,100 --> 00:12:17,560 Come on! 272 00:12:18,010 --> 00:12:19,830 Come on. 273 00:12:20,390 --> 00:12:22,400 - Wait. - Come on, Danny. 274 00:12:22,530 --> 00:12:24,900 - Is that...? - Yeah, that's my brother. 275 00:12:27,060 --> 00:12:29,080 Come on, Danny. 276 00:12:29,680 --> 00:12:33,010 - That'S... - oh, my god. 277 00:12:33,370 --> 00:12:35,540 That's you. 278 00:12:38,830 --> 00:12:40,260 Get in the car, Danny. 279 00:12:40,360 --> 00:12:43,140 It's stupid to be out this late. Mom's worried. 280 00:12:43,250 --> 00:12:44,660 - So what? - Don't be such A... 281 00:12:44,780 --> 00:12:48,060 - you shouldn't have sold dad's cameras. - That's what's been bugging you? 282 00:12:49,170 --> 00:12:51,450 - What are you looking at? - Is that a problem? 283 00:12:51,580 --> 00:12:53,140 Come on. 284 00:12:53,250 --> 00:12:55,450 He's supercop always. 285 00:12:55,580 --> 00:12:57,640 Is this how you want to spend the rest of you life, 286 00:12:57,710 --> 00:12:59,460 playing donkey kong or frogger? 287 00:12:59,590 --> 00:13:01,380 Exterminator. 288 00:13:02,690 --> 00:13:04,450 - Danny. - What? 289 00:13:04,750 --> 00:13:07,120 He's not coming back, okay? 290 00:13:09,140 --> 00:13:11,380 Dad's not coming home. 291 00:13:13,100 --> 00:13:15,090 Come on. 292 00:13:15,530 --> 00:13:17,920 I want to go home. 293 00:13:20,190 --> 00:13:22,000 Can I drive? 294 00:13:22,120 --> 00:13:24,430 What do you think? 295 00:13:30,480 --> 00:13:32,860 he never let me drive. 296 00:13:42,810 --> 00:13:44,220 - Dan? - Yeah? 297 00:13:44,340 --> 00:13:47,350 - Hey, we have a little problem. - What's wrong? 298 00:13:47,470 --> 00:13:49,080 They put a hold on our credit cards. 299 00:13:49,210 --> 00:13:51,390 - I mean, I called and it's all cleared up, but... - what happened? 300 00:13:51,510 --> 00:13:54,450 The sfpd asked to examine all our recent transactions. 301 00:13:54,550 --> 00:13:56,500 - They're looking for cash withdrawals. - But why? 302 00:13:57,710 --> 00:13:59,380 Isn't it obvious? 303 00:13:59,510 --> 00:14:01,870 Jack's tracking our money. 304 00:14:06,900 --> 00:14:08,050 hey, Jack? 305 00:14:09,110 --> 00:14:10,180 Hey. 306 00:14:10,310 --> 00:14:12,810 -So,what do you think you're doing? - I was trying to get this thing running again, 307 00:14:12,820 --> 00:14:16,720 but they stoppedmaking the ignition barrel so some guy could charge me 500 bucks for it on ebay. 308 00:14:16,840 --> 00:14:19,670 What are you doing, putting a hold on our cards? 309 00:14:20,010 --> 00:14:21,940 I didn'T. It was the bank.I just asked some questions. 310 00:14:22,000 --> 00:14:22,990 You know, if they got a little nervous... 311 00:14:23,030 --> 00:14:24,850 - how many ways can we say it? - You're betting again. 312 00:14:25,320 --> 00:14:27,220 I see it: The running away, the lying. 313 00:14:27,230 --> 00:14:28,555 - You think that gives you the right...? 314 00:14:28,555 --> 00:14:29,880 - Until I get the truth, I'm asking questions. 315 00:14:29,890 --> 00:14:31,370 - Before somebody else does. - You can't stop being a cop, 316 00:14:31,540 --> 00:14:35,500 - can you, Jack, even when it comes to your own family? - I see what it's doing to Katie. 317 00:14:35,830 --> 00:14:38,500 Don't you talk about katie. She's my wife. 318 00:14:40,530 --> 00:14:42,550 You guys say you're going through some sort of family crisis. 319 00:14:42,670 --> 00:14:44,220 I'm supposed to trust you? 320 00:14:44,350 --> 00:14:45,940 Well, you've given me no reason to. 321 00:14:46,070 --> 00:14:48,440 When I'm ready to talk about this, I will. 322 00:14:49,090 --> 00:14:51,930 But I'm not ready to tell you, and Jack, 323 00:14:52,040 --> 00:14:54,190 you're not ready to hear it. 324 00:14:55,400 --> 00:14:58,360 I told him to back off. 325 00:14:58,500 --> 00:14:59,690 And that's gonna do it? 326 00:14:59,810 --> 00:15:01,090 The card thing's temporary. 327 00:15:01,210 --> 00:15:03,420 Once he figures out there's nothing wrong, then... 328 00:15:03,560 --> 00:15:05,670 he wont back off, Dan. I know him. 329 00:15:05,790 --> 00:15:08,520 I'm fine keeping Jack at a distance. I prefer it. 330 00:15:08,870 --> 00:15:10,440 He's concerned. 331 00:15:10,560 --> 00:15:13,510 I mean, in a lot of ways, he's justified. 332 00:15:13,630 --> 00:15:16,010 Not that I'm taking his side. I'm not. 333 00:15:17,700 --> 00:15:20,560 Sweetie, there's something else we should probably talk about. 334 00:15:20,690 --> 00:15:22,100 Can something wait? 335 00:15:22,220 --> 00:15:24,180 We need to talk. 336 00:15:24,220 --> 00:15:26,220 Okay, I'll call you back, all right? 337 00:15:26,340 --> 00:15:28,210 - In my office now. - Sure. 338 00:15:29,980 --> 00:15:32,380 Nancy said you've been asking about some initials. 339 00:15:32,490 --> 00:15:33,330 Yeah. 340 00:15:33,450 --> 00:15:35,310 Want to tell me who your source is on this? 341 00:15:35,430 --> 00:15:36,900 Not yet. 342 00:15:37,490 --> 00:15:40,060 There was that package bomb, 343 00:15:40,180 --> 00:15:43,590 killed a chemical engineer and a research assistant about seven years ago. 344 00:15:43,720 --> 00:15:45,550 The east bay petrol company. 345 00:15:45,680 --> 00:15:47,870 This is privileged information, you understand? 346 00:15:48,010 --> 00:15:50,350 The cops told us don't show it to anyone. 347 00:15:50,490 --> 00:15:52,750 About a week before it happened, we got a letter, 348 00:15:52,880 --> 00:15:58,450 a manifesto blaming the petrochemical industry for everything wrong with the world. 349 00:15:58,530 --> 00:16:02,370 The writer demanded that we print it on the front page or else. 350 00:16:02,440 --> 00:16:03,660 And you didn't print it. 351 00:16:03,700 --> 00:16:06,070 Dan, if we printed every threatening letter we got... 352 00:16:06,200 --> 00:16:08,260 that was the first in a spree of bombings. 353 00:16:08,370 --> 00:16:09,440 The guy was never caught. 354 00:16:09,570 --> 00:16:13,320 Even threatened your buddy, Elliot Langley when he was at thurn-tippett. 355 00:16:14,500 --> 00:16:17,680 "Global freedom now group zero." 356 00:16:22,010 --> 00:16:23,170 Thanks, hugh. 357 00:16:23,310 --> 00:16:25,440 This gonna be another dead-end story? 358 00:16:26,180 --> 00:16:28,960 - What do you mean? - I mean, the last time... 359 00:16:29,580 --> 00:16:31,610 you said you had a lead on dylan mccleen 360 00:16:31,720 --> 00:16:33,440 and what happened to his missing hundred grand. 361 00:16:33,450 --> 00:16:35,890 - Hugh, I... - "dry hole" is how you put it. 362 00:16:35,940 --> 00:16:37,700 Now you're telling me you've got this guy's identity. 363 00:16:37,800 --> 00:16:40,310 - Well, I can't be sure. - Well, be sure! 364 00:16:41,140 --> 00:16:42,520 I got it. 365 00:16:42,630 --> 00:16:44,240 - May I take this? - Yeah. 366 00:16:44,860 --> 00:16:46,770 Just don't let it out of your sight. 367 00:16:46,880 --> 00:16:48,410 - And Dan? - Yeah? 368 00:16:48,480 --> 00:16:51,750 This time tomorrow I want to hear you've got a story that does pan out. 369 00:16:51,860 --> 00:16:53,310 Right. 370 00:17:04,820 --> 00:17:07,680 Bomb kills two at East Bay Petro 371 00:17:16,180 --> 00:17:18,130 You need to find Michael kowalchuk? 372 00:17:18,490 --> 00:17:19,900 Got a current phone number. 373 00:17:23,870 --> 00:17:25,550 michael kowalchuk (415 555 036) 374 00:17:29,840 --> 00:17:31,690 Excuse me. I'm looking for Dan Vasser. 375 00:17:31,820 --> 00:17:33,360 His desk is right over there. 376 00:17:43,410 --> 00:17:45,270 Michael kowalchuk? 377 00:17:46,230 --> 00:17:48,210 - Thanks for coming down. - Hey. 378 00:17:48,710 --> 00:17:50,690 I wanted to thank you in person 379 00:17:50,800 --> 00:17:52,620 and show you the camaro. 380 00:17:52,740 --> 00:17:54,560 - Still have it. - That's great. 381 00:17:54,680 --> 00:17:56,420 I'll come down and take a look. 382 00:17:57,050 --> 00:17:59,390 You, you look the same. 383 00:17:59,500 --> 00:18:01,820 Clean living. Come on. 384 00:18:02,660 --> 00:18:05,060 So, your brother... 385 00:18:05,180 --> 00:18:06,450 it's two times I've met him now 386 00:18:06,550 --> 00:18:09,090 and both times he's running off someplace, no explanation. 387 00:18:09,210 --> 00:18:10,530 What about it? 388 00:18:10,640 --> 00:18:12,820 Well, it's nothing. I don't mean to make a big deal. 389 00:18:12,920 --> 00:18:15,030 It's just that in the er when we see a guy like that... 390 00:18:15,150 --> 00:18:16,890 like what? 391 00:18:17,550 --> 00:18:19,240 You know...nervous, 392 00:18:20,480 --> 00:18:22,610 won't give you a straight answer, won't look you in the eye... 393 00:18:22,710 --> 00:18:24,150 you don't have to tell me what's wrong with Dan. 394 00:18:24,250 --> 00:18:26,020 - I got a pretty good idea. - I didn't mean to... 395 00:18:30,000 --> 00:18:31,650 yeah. 396 00:18:33,170 --> 00:18:34,930 So that's it? 397 00:18:35,440 --> 00:18:37,370 Okay, thanks. 398 00:18:40,820 --> 00:18:42,130 Look, if you needto deal with that... 399 00:18:42,260 --> 00:18:44,030 I should really. It's just this thing with my brother. 400 00:18:44,380 --> 00:18:45,670 It's okay. 401 00:18:46,590 --> 00:18:48,800 Jack, is this thing between you and Dan...? 402 00:18:48,910 --> 00:18:50,440 - Don't worry about it. - I'm not. 403 00:18:50,710 --> 00:18:52,620 I'm just wondering. It... 404 00:18:54,200 --> 00:18:58,140 is this thing between you and him or is this thing between you and his wife? 405 00:18:58,770 --> 00:19:00,110 Katie? 406 00:19:00,220 --> 00:19:02,140 It's just something I noticed. 407 00:19:05,290 --> 00:19:06,970 A girl has to ask. 408 00:19:07,100 --> 00:19:09,340 I'll call you later. 409 00:19:11,830 --> 00:19:13,720 I don't know what else I can tell you. 410 00:19:14,190 --> 00:19:16,440 Dad died a few months after I saw you. 411 00:19:16,490 --> 00:19:17,800 I had to take over the business. 412 00:19:17,930 --> 00:19:19,180 So you're still... 413 00:19:19,300 --> 00:19:21,220 yeah, keeping it in the family. 414 00:19:21,340 --> 00:19:24,510 If you would have told me back then, I'd wind up running a garage... 415 00:19:24,630 --> 00:19:27,020 things didn't turn out the way that you planned. 416 00:19:28,170 --> 00:19:29,750 Yeah, I guess. 417 00:19:29,810 --> 00:19:32,940 Michael, uh, do you blame anyone? 418 00:19:34,140 --> 00:19:35,250 Blame? 419 00:19:35,590 --> 00:19:38,830 Your life didn't go the way you wanted. 420 00:19:38,950 --> 00:19:40,380 That could make you angry. 421 00:19:40,490 --> 00:19:42,480 Make you want to get back at someone. 422 00:19:42,590 --> 00:19:44,710 I didn't say I was angry. 423 00:19:48,260 --> 00:19:49,970 - my wife. - You're married. 424 00:19:50,090 --> 00:19:51,040 Yeah. 425 00:19:51,150 --> 00:19:53,380 I got two little ones, Annette and Greg. 426 00:19:54,520 --> 00:19:56,390 - Want to see their pictures? - Sure. 427 00:19:59,890 --> 00:20:02,380 So you'd say you were happy. 428 00:20:04,810 --> 00:20:06,060 Sure. 429 00:20:07,690 --> 00:20:09,170 I mean, 430 00:20:09,300 --> 00:20:11,480 it was tough there for a while, 431 00:20:11,580 --> 00:20:13,340 supporting a family... 432 00:20:14,360 --> 00:20:15,430 and a brother. 433 00:20:15,530 --> 00:20:17,450 - Your brother steven? - Yeah. 434 00:20:17,530 --> 00:20:20,750 - So what happened to steven? - Look, uh, I have taken up enough of your time. 435 00:20:20,870 --> 00:20:23,540 - I don't get exactly... - what happened to steven, Michael? 436 00:20:31,130 --> 00:20:32,360 He... 437 00:20:33,090 --> 00:20:35,150 developed problems. 438 00:20:35,540 --> 00:20:37,050 Emotional ones. 439 00:20:38,820 --> 00:20:39,930 I mean, 440 00:20:42,550 --> 00:20:45,220 he was off-the-charts smart, you know? 441 00:20:46,400 --> 00:20:50,110 He was getting his phd in mathematics at stanford. 442 00:20:53,090 --> 00:20:56,600 - He just couldn't finish the program. - Where is he now? 443 00:20:57,840 --> 00:20:59,410 We lost touch. 444 00:20:59,530 --> 00:21:01,830 He'd still write to me sometimes. 445 00:21:03,430 --> 00:21:05,340 Long letters. 446 00:21:08,440 --> 00:21:10,890 And crazy stuff in them. 447 00:21:14,050 --> 00:21:16,060 Wh-why did you want to talk to me? 448 00:21:16,190 --> 00:21:18,640 What is "gfng0," Michael? 449 00:21:22,390 --> 00:21:24,280 It's a thing... 450 00:21:26,290 --> 00:21:28,480 my father used to call us. 451 00:21:30,450 --> 00:21:32,950 "Good-for-no-good-nothings." 452 00:21:35,400 --> 00:21:37,690 Steven... he used... 453 00:21:38,130 --> 00:21:40,990 he used to make an abbreviation out of it as a joke. 454 00:21:45,470 --> 00:21:49,490 - so do you know where he lives? - No. Like I said, we lost touch. 455 00:21:51,180 --> 00:21:52,770 Look, is there something you're not telling me? 456 00:21:52,890 --> 00:21:53,960 Is there something you're not telling me, Michael? 457 00:21:54,100 --> 00:21:56,190 Do you really not know where he is, 458 00:21:56,320 --> 00:21:59,020 - or what happened to him? - I think I'm going to go. 459 00:22:01,420 --> 00:22:03,620 - Thanks for coming. - Yeah. 460 00:22:03,780 --> 00:22:06,390 Listen, if you do know something... 461 00:22:14,420 --> 00:22:16,400 Kowalchuk Automotive Services Mechanic On Duty Licesed 462 00:22:24,400 --> 00:22:25,780 hello! 463 00:22:27,330 --> 00:22:29,750 - What day is it? - I don't know. I just got here. 464 00:22:30,380 --> 00:22:31,600 You want a new travel tip? 465 00:22:31,700 --> 00:22:33,580 Registration tags. It's 1965. 466 00:22:33,710 --> 00:22:35,550 Oh, yeah? Kid's on a cell phone. 467 00:22:37,310 --> 00:22:39,540 Okay, so it's not a perfect system. 468 00:22:40,450 --> 00:22:42,740 Excuse me. Is Michael kowalchuk around? 469 00:22:42,860 --> 00:22:45,410 He's delivering a vehicle. You need something? 470 00:22:45,780 --> 00:22:47,070 Yeah. The time. 471 00:22:47,790 --> 00:22:49,350 - Five to 8:00. - And the date? 472 00:22:49,480 --> 00:22:51,190 Uh...april 12. 473 00:22:51,320 --> 00:22:52,770 Yeah, the 12th, I think. 474 00:22:52,880 --> 00:22:54,910 - 2000? - Yeah. 475 00:22:57,760 --> 00:23:00,760 Two people are going to die from a mail bomb in about 30 minutes. 476 00:23:00,800 --> 00:23:01,820 You know who did it? 477 00:23:01,830 --> 00:23:03,080 Michael kowalchuk's brother. 478 00:23:03,180 --> 00:23:04,550 I think he knowswhere he is. 479 00:23:04,670 --> 00:23:06,250 Do you know where this bomb is going to blow up? 480 00:23:06,380 --> 00:23:08,270 On the peninsula. We need to call the police. 481 00:23:08,390 --> 00:23:09,840 You call the police about a bomb threat,. 482 00:23:10,020 --> 00:23:12,010 they'll trace that number and start asking questions 483 00:23:12,130 --> 00:23:13,310 Then everything unravels, Dan.. 484 00:23:13,340 --> 00:23:15,900 - then I need a car. - How? Who's going to drive you? 485 00:23:16,000 --> 00:23:18,710 It's okay. It's okay.I know where I can steal one. 486 00:23:21,350 --> 00:23:22,530 Wait. I know where we are. 487 00:23:22,640 --> 00:23:24,260 Are you going to steal Jack's car? 488 00:23:24,380 --> 00:23:25,980 If he's still living where I think he's living. 489 00:23:27,510 --> 00:23:28,800 And there she is. 490 00:23:28,920 --> 00:23:30,940 He looked after it like it was his own baby. 491 00:23:31,060 --> 00:23:32,930 I remember he left a spare here once. 492 00:23:33,040 --> 00:23:34,500 One of those magnet things? 493 00:23:34,620 --> 00:23:36,700 - That's kind of dumb for a cop. - We were all dumb once. 494 00:23:36,820 --> 00:23:38,680 Here's hoping this is his time. 495 00:23:39,650 --> 00:23:41,010 It's not here. 496 00:23:41,120 --> 00:23:42,010 What are you doing? 497 00:23:42,120 --> 00:23:43,560 You know why I still wear hairpins? 498 00:23:43,670 --> 00:23:45,200 It's called being prepared. 499 00:23:47,820 --> 00:23:50,500 It actually works if you... 500 00:23:50,750 --> 00:23:52,350 you gonna tell me where you learned that? 501 00:23:52,470 --> 00:23:53,900 No. 502 00:23:54,420 --> 00:23:56,910 This is some kind of teen fantasy for you, isn't it? 503 00:23:57,020 --> 00:23:59,470 No, but yeah. 504 00:23:59,990 --> 00:24:01,760 Do you know where this is gonna happen? 505 00:24:01,890 --> 00:24:03,240 Yeah. The, uh... 506 00:24:04,290 --> 00:24:07,540 east bay petrol labs, off of mission, south of 280, in about 507 00:24:08,100 --> 00:24:09,060 15 minutes. 508 00:24:09,180 --> 00:24:10,380 You know you're never going to make it. 509 00:24:10,520 --> 00:24:12,390 I'm in a bright red car that I stole from a cop. 510 00:24:12,510 --> 00:24:14,070 - What makes you say that? - Better go the speed limit. 511 00:24:30,330 --> 00:24:32,190 Cynthia mcnaughton! 512 00:24:32,320 --> 00:24:34,270 Cynthia mcnaughton! 513 00:24:34,650 --> 00:24:35,900 Yes? 514 00:24:36,020 --> 00:24:37,160 Please stand up! 515 00:24:37,270 --> 00:24:39,070 Please stand up right now! 516 00:24:39,200 --> 00:24:41,080 You have to get out of here, all of you. 517 00:24:41,200 --> 00:24:43,030 - I'm sorry? - Albert voss? 518 00:24:43,390 --> 00:24:44,850 It's all right. I... 519 00:24:45,990 --> 00:24:49,010 don't ask me how I know, but this is a bomb. 520 00:24:50,490 --> 00:24:51,860 Please, everybody keep moving. 521 00:24:52,500 --> 00:24:53,880 Everybody keep together. 522 00:24:56,200 --> 00:24:57,430 How do you know about this? 523 00:24:57,540 --> 00:24:59,380 I overheard someonein a bar. 524 00:24:59,790 --> 00:25:01,620 It's probably a hoax. 525 00:25:06,880 --> 00:25:09,510 the police are going to want to talk to you. 526 00:25:11,990 --> 00:25:14,290 wait. Where are you going? 527 00:25:15,120 --> 00:25:16,330 Okay. 528 00:25:17,070 --> 00:25:18,070 katie barron Vasser. 529 00:25:18,190 --> 00:25:21,020 Audition tape for kryl, channel 6 news. 530 00:25:22,800 --> 00:25:24,090 Should it be Katie barron? 531 00:25:24,190 --> 00:25:26,540 Hi. You may remember me as Katie barron, 532 00:25:26,650 --> 00:25:28,530 reporter for action...for... 533 00:25:29,110 --> 00:25:30,290 anyway, 534 00:25:30,440 --> 00:25:34,720 so here's where I tell a little bit about who I am and what I've done. 535 00:25:34,840 --> 00:25:38,470 I won a local emmy for covering city hall. 536 00:25:38,830 --> 00:25:41,500 My husband's a time traveler, but I can't tell anyone. 537 00:25:42,500 --> 00:25:44,240 Okay. Cut. 538 00:25:44,830 --> 00:25:46,220 Erase that. 539 00:25:47,260 --> 00:25:49,600 - the door was open. - How long have you been there? 540 00:25:49,720 --> 00:25:51,900 Dan's not at work. He's not here. Where is he? 541 00:25:52,010 --> 00:25:53,740 - What did you two...? - We had a badone today. 542 00:25:53,870 --> 00:25:55,040 - You gonna tell me you don't know? - I don'T. 543 00:25:55,150 --> 00:25:57,670 Don't lie to me. He's up to his old tricks. You know. 544 00:25:57,800 --> 00:25:59,360 I know it. 545 00:25:59,740 --> 00:26:00,710 He's not. 546 00:26:00,830 --> 00:26:02,810 -Jack, you can't just come in here... - So you'd tell me if he's spending cash 547 00:26:02,920 --> 00:26:05,610 that he can't account for, right? If he's suddenly broke? Or flush? 548 00:26:05,750 --> 00:26:08,690 - Why? - Because it's worse than it was before, and that was bad. 549 00:26:11,200 --> 00:26:13,340 I care about him. 550 00:26:17,520 --> 00:26:19,850 And I care about you. 551 00:26:27,210 --> 00:26:29,220 Okay. 552 00:26:29,350 --> 00:26:31,230 You making movies? 553 00:26:31,360 --> 00:26:33,090 I'm thinking about going back to work.. 554 00:26:33,210 --> 00:26:35,350 that's not a bad idea. 555 00:26:35,470 --> 00:26:37,580 Sorry to bother you. 556 00:26:38,550 --> 00:26:41,160 Here at the headquarters of the east bay petrol corporation 557 00:26:41,260 --> 00:26:43,160 where the package was delivered this morning. 558 00:26:43,280 --> 00:26:46,260 Thanks to an anonymous tipster, there are no fatalities, 559 00:26:46,380 --> 00:26:50,270 but damage is reported to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. 560 00:26:55,810 --> 00:26:57,700 - You think my brother did that? - You tell me. 561 00:26:58,020 --> 00:26:59,590 - What are you, the FBI? - No. 562 00:26:59,720 --> 00:27:01,330 Then get the hell out of here. 563 00:27:05,800 --> 00:27:07,810 - What proof do you have? - None. 564 00:27:09,100 --> 00:27:11,570 But you know that he's capable of doing something like this. 565 00:27:11,700 --> 00:27:13,650 That he's angry and he's brilliant. 566 00:27:13,880 --> 00:27:16,920 That he had an abusive father who didn't appreciate either one of his kids. 567 00:27:17,040 --> 00:27:18,540 There's a lot of men like that in this town. 568 00:27:18,660 --> 00:27:21,300 A smaller percentage of them like to blow things up. 569 00:27:22,850 --> 00:27:24,590 You can't expect me to turn my own brother in. 570 00:27:24,720 --> 00:27:26,880 I'm not asking you to. Just tell me where he is. 571 00:27:27,680 --> 00:27:30,120 Two people almost died, Michael. 572 00:27:30,240 --> 00:27:32,540 More are going to die. 573 00:27:32,660 --> 00:27:34,860 You want him to spend the rest of his life in prison? 574 00:27:40,480 --> 00:27:42,670 I'm his older brother. 575 00:27:44,930 --> 00:27:47,060 And I was never there for him. 576 00:27:49,130 --> 00:27:50,650 But he always... 577 00:27:51,510 --> 00:27:53,820 he always worried about me. 578 00:27:54,570 --> 00:27:56,900 Then pay him back, Michael. 579 00:27:58,550 --> 00:28:00,770 Be there for him now. 580 00:28:13,930 --> 00:28:16,240 Keep on driving it that way, you're gonna do some damage. 581 00:28:16,360 --> 00:28:18,200 The key doesn't work. 582 00:28:21,890 --> 00:28:23,550 I might be able to help you with that. 583 00:28:36,390 --> 00:28:38,120 Steven, open the door! It's Michael! 584 00:28:40,380 --> 00:28:42,470 Steven, open up! 585 00:28:51,610 --> 00:28:55,110 steven, it's me. Michael. 586 00:28:58,510 --> 00:29:01,280 I brought someone here. 587 00:29:02,560 --> 00:29:04,950 He remembers you. 588 00:29:06,550 --> 00:29:09,460 don't be afraid, steven. I'm a friend. 589 00:29:10,630 --> 00:29:12,940 You're back. 590 00:29:16,710 --> 00:29:19,440 - I knew you'd come back. - You did? 591 00:29:19,570 --> 00:29:21,350 The godel metric has been disproved, 592 00:29:21,490 --> 00:29:24,860 but there's still the possibility with tachyons. 593 00:29:25,270 --> 00:29:26,740 - Tachyons? - Yeah. 594 00:29:27,460 --> 00:29:28,890 You know what tachyons are? 595 00:29:29,030 --> 00:29:31,020 They're particles that travel faster than the speed of light. 596 00:29:31,160 --> 00:29:33,380 Traversals through higher-dimensional space. 597 00:29:33,490 --> 00:29:34,300 Steven. 598 00:29:34,420 --> 00:29:36,460 Remember, mike, when we were building the rocket, 599 00:29:36,580 --> 00:29:39,770 we needed it to go higher and faster? 600 00:29:39,880 --> 00:29:42,020 - We needed tachyons. - He gets like this. 601 00:29:42,680 --> 00:29:44,180 He needs to take medication. 602 00:29:44,300 --> 00:29:45,740 Don't you get it? 603 00:29:45,870 --> 00:29:48,250 - He doesn't age. - Steven... 604 00:29:49,130 --> 00:29:52,400 are you from the future or the past?? 605 00:29:57,340 --> 00:30:00,990 Are you from the future or the past? 606 00:30:07,530 --> 00:30:09,670 The future. 607 00:30:09,790 --> 00:30:11,620 I knew it. 608 00:30:12,880 --> 00:30:15,410 It's the shoes. 609 00:30:15,430 --> 00:30:18,700 It's always the shoes. 610 00:30:23,000 --> 00:30:26,180 Yes, steven, he's come... 611 00:30:27,810 --> 00:30:30,590 to give you a message. 612 00:30:31,460 --> 00:30:34,140 Don't be afraid of the future, steven. 613 00:30:34,660 --> 00:30:39,000 The science, technology, things changing so fast. 614 00:30:42,420 --> 00:30:45,390 Some of it... it's kind of cool. 615 00:30:47,250 --> 00:30:49,540 And some things don't change. 616 00:30:49,650 --> 00:30:52,260 Like what? 617 00:30:52,400 --> 00:30:53,830 Well... 618 00:30:53,960 --> 00:30:55,590 love. 619 00:30:55,720 --> 00:30:58,010 Love's a constant. 620 00:30:58,120 --> 00:31:00,210 Michael... 621 00:31:00,550 --> 00:31:04,330 michael's here out of love, steven. 622 00:31:05,970 --> 00:31:07,560 He's... 623 00:31:07,720 --> 00:31:10,900 he's here for you. 624 00:31:23,950 --> 00:31:26,020 Steven, 625 00:31:26,380 --> 00:31:28,340 what do you say? 626 00:31:30,360 --> 00:31:32,800 Do you feel like getting out of here? 627 00:31:45,340 --> 00:31:47,330 come on. 628 00:32:03,140 --> 00:32:05,420 - Good luck. - Thank you 629 00:32:08,500 --> 00:32:10,330 So, are we done? 630 00:32:10,450 --> 00:32:13,210 Isn't Jack going to notice that's missing? 631 00:32:24,020 --> 00:32:26,140 hold on. 632 00:32:29,120 --> 00:32:31,840 Is that Jack? 633 00:32:33,440 --> 00:32:35,880 Yeah. 634 00:32:36,010 --> 00:32:38,730 Who is he with? 635 00:32:40,090 --> 00:32:42,430 Katie. 636 00:32:42,560 --> 00:32:44,820 - Wait a minute. - This is 2000. 637 00:32:44,960 --> 00:32:47,670 Weren'T...weren't you guys married? 638 00:32:47,800 --> 00:32:49,960 Not yet. 639 00:32:50,440 --> 00:32:53,400 But we were about to be. 640 00:32:58,920 --> 00:33:00,560 Word of advice: Don'T. 641 00:33:01,420 --> 00:33:02,620 It's probably nothing. 642 00:33:02,750 --> 00:33:04,160 I bet they just talked. 643 00:33:04,610 --> 00:33:06,530 I'd have remembered. 644 00:33:13,100 --> 00:33:16,050 Just come on up and I'll call you a cab. 645 00:33:26,940 --> 00:33:28,850 I'm sorry, I... 646 00:33:29,360 --> 00:33:31,670 I just need to...I need to sit down for a second. 647 00:33:31,790 --> 00:33:33,320 Okay. 648 00:33:38,820 --> 00:33:41,000 You know, he's probably home already. 649 00:33:41,120 --> 00:33:42,890 - He could be there now. - Maybe. 650 00:33:43,030 --> 00:33:46,500 Look, I don't know what to tell you, okay? He's my brother. 651 00:33:47,230 --> 00:33:49,580 - I like to think he's improving. - How? 652 00:33:49,710 --> 00:33:51,740 He tells me to go to hell a lot more. 653 00:33:51,870 --> 00:33:54,000 Shows emotional growth. 654 00:33:56,180 --> 00:33:58,350 is there something else? 655 00:34:01,690 --> 00:34:02,850 No. 656 00:34:02,990 --> 00:34:04,980 Kate, I know when something's bothering you, 657 00:34:05,100 --> 00:34:06,970 because you say nothing's bothering you. 658 00:34:09,550 --> 00:34:12,410 Dan asked me to marry him. 659 00:34:15,200 --> 00:34:17,510 Wow. When did he...? 660 00:34:18,350 --> 00:34:20,240 When I... 661 00:34:20,840 --> 00:34:24,290 told him that I was pregnant. 662 00:34:34,820 --> 00:34:37,490 I said yes. 663 00:34:39,060 --> 00:34:41,150 Wow. 664 00:34:41,420 --> 00:34:43,410 Are you sure you're pregnant? 665 00:34:43,540 --> 00:34:45,950 - Because we had that scare... - I'm sure. 666 00:34:47,380 --> 00:34:49,320 I'm really sorry I have to tell you. 667 00:34:49,440 --> 00:34:51,730 No, please, I asked. 668 00:34:52,590 --> 00:34:55,120 Note to self, though, it's a bad idea. 669 00:34:57,090 --> 00:34:59,740 - Jack, it's just all moving so fast. - Katie... 670 00:34:59,870 --> 00:35:03,310 I mean he lost Livia only a year and a half ago, and then there's you and me. 671 00:35:03,410 --> 00:35:05,400 - Katie. - What? 672 00:35:05,520 --> 00:35:08,080 Do you love him? 673 00:35:11,950 --> 00:35:15,060 I don't know. 674 00:35:20,840 --> 00:35:23,320 I think so. 675 00:35:25,400 --> 00:35:29,050 Well, he loves you. He wouldn't have asked you to marry him if he didn'T. 676 00:35:34,470 --> 00:35:36,990 I know that guy a little. 677 00:35:38,830 --> 00:35:41,050 And whatever happens, you can come to me 678 00:35:41,170 --> 00:35:43,450 if you need someone to straighten him out. 679 00:35:45,740 --> 00:35:47,930 - Thank you. - Yeah. 680 00:35:50,370 --> 00:35:52,690 We should probably get you home. 681 00:35:53,180 --> 00:35:54,370 Hey... 682 00:35:54,500 --> 00:35:56,490 thanks a lot. 683 00:36:02,200 --> 00:36:04,080 There's got to be some cabs out there somewhere. 684 00:36:09,750 --> 00:36:12,130 Jack was always looking out for you. 685 00:36:12,260 --> 00:36:14,800 Yeah, I know. 686 00:36:15,220 --> 00:36:19,110 Hey, Katie loves you, Dan. She's just unsure. 687 00:36:19,600 --> 00:36:22,550 You guys got slammed with a lot of stuff back then. 688 00:36:24,240 --> 00:36:26,310 Maybe. 689 00:36:29,290 --> 00:36:32,190 Come on. I want to just talk to him in person. 690 00:36:32,300 --> 00:36:33,950 - Where is he? - Out. 691 00:36:34,190 --> 00:36:37,180 What do you wantthis time, Jack, dna, fingerprints? 692 00:36:37,310 --> 00:36:40,440 - I'd say you're upset. - A little, yeah. 693 00:36:45,710 --> 00:36:48,600 - Hey, babe. - Hey, so what's he doing here? 694 00:36:48,720 --> 00:36:49,750 - "He?" - Yeah. 695 00:36:49,900 --> 00:36:51,850 He came by to tell you something. 696 00:36:53,450 --> 00:36:55,540 Your credit statements check out. 697 00:36:55,680 --> 00:36:58,440 I also called an officer at your bank about your cash accounts, 698 00:36:58,560 --> 00:37:00,590 and there's no unusual movement of funds. 699 00:37:04,590 --> 00:37:07,240 I was way out of line. I'm sorry. 700 00:37:13,090 --> 00:37:15,290 Hey, Jack... 701 00:37:18,900 --> 00:37:22,530 I think that's the part you're looking for. 702 00:37:25,760 --> 00:37:28,640 - Where'd you get this? - I got a friend, owns a garage. 703 00:37:28,740 --> 00:37:32,140 We go way back. 704 00:37:32,450 --> 00:37:34,770 Thank you. 705 00:37:36,270 --> 00:37:37,750 All right. 706 00:37:38,190 --> 00:37:40,920 - See you guys. - See you later. 707 00:37:42,120 --> 00:37:44,420 - See you. - See you. 708 00:37:56,220 --> 00:37:58,290 If you could do it over again, would you? 709 00:38:02,270 --> 00:38:03,390 You mean... 710 00:38:03,500 --> 00:38:05,540 us. 711 00:38:06,050 --> 00:38:08,430 Yeah. 712 00:38:12,060 --> 00:38:14,240 Of course. 713 00:38:17,210 --> 00:38:20,120 Then you may be the crazy one. 714 00:38:29,150 --> 00:38:30,580 Thanks for coming to see me. 715 00:38:30,700 --> 00:38:33,750 - I only have a couple of minutes. - Oh, we're good. 716 00:38:34,340 --> 00:38:35,850 Thank you. 717 00:38:35,980 --> 00:38:37,130 I... 718 00:38:37,260 --> 00:38:40,050 - I'm still on parole. - I know. 719 00:38:40,170 --> 00:38:42,040 - In the care of your brother? - Yes. 720 00:38:42,720 --> 00:38:44,610 - He says he owes you. - No, no, he doesn'T. 721 00:38:44,740 --> 00:38:47,290 Well, maybe a free tune-up. 722 00:38:48,100 --> 00:38:50,790 - You wanted to talk? - Yes. Um... 723 00:38:51,850 --> 00:38:56,630 the article that I'm writing, it's not just about your recovery. 724 00:38:56,740 --> 00:38:59,940 It's about the work you were doing in menlo park regarding... 725 00:39:01,400 --> 00:39:06,340 anomalies... space-time journeys through higher dimension... 726 00:39:06,470 --> 00:39:08,690 it's not possible. 727 00:39:09,840 --> 00:39:12,620 - I'm sorry? - Time travel. 728 00:39:12,750 --> 00:39:16,980 I've done some more work since then none of it published, of course, but then it... 729 00:39:17,270 --> 00:39:20,310 it proved time travel can't happen. 730 00:39:20,440 --> 00:39:23,660 Not even if we posit the existence of tachyons. 731 00:39:25,360 --> 00:39:27,030 I see. 732 00:39:28,040 --> 00:39:33,030 What, and the research you were doing... have you ever crossed paths with an Elliot Langley? 733 00:39:35,640 --> 00:39:37,440 no. 734 00:39:38,220 --> 00:39:43,140 You wrote letters to him, claming that his researchlead to global... 735 00:39:43,270 --> 00:39:46,420 those were not my best days, mr. Vasser, 736 00:39:46,770 --> 00:39:50,320 and I'm not the same person... thanks to you. 737 00:39:51,770 --> 00:39:53,540 Yeah. 738 00:39:53,880 --> 00:39:56,300 I'm sorry to disappoint. 739 00:39:57,580 --> 00:39:59,550 all right. 740 00:39:59,680 --> 00:40:03,130 And you gave me too much credit. Your brother deserves most of it. 741 00:40:04,010 --> 00:40:07,260 Yes, he does. 742 00:40:11,700 --> 00:40:15,260 Well, thank you again. 743 00:40:15,380 --> 00:40:17,370 Take care. 744 00:40:17,510 --> 00:40:20,470 - I like your shoes. - Uh...oh, thanks. 745 00:40:29,930 --> 00:40:32,470 - I know what you're going to say. - You do? 746 00:40:32,570 --> 00:40:33,900 The guy who bombed the east bay petrol lab. 747 00:40:34,020 --> 00:40:36,090 You want to know where I am on the story. 748 00:40:36,200 --> 00:40:38,000 What are you talking about? 749 00:40:38,500 --> 00:40:40,120 The letter, remember? Sent to the paper? 750 00:40:40,250 --> 00:40:42,590 A bomb threat? This was about seven years ago. 751 00:40:42,870 --> 00:40:45,430 Vaguely. Guy turned himself in, right? 752 00:40:45,560 --> 00:40:47,040 Right. Steven kowalchuk. 753 00:40:47,160 --> 00:40:49,580 So why's this a story? 754 00:40:53,550 --> 00:40:55,110 It's not. 755 00:40:55,240 --> 00:40:57,440 I mean, that's what I was going to tell you. 756 00:40:57,580 --> 00:41:01,820 Okay, um, you know what I was gonna say is you can give Katie a message. 757 00:41:01,970 --> 00:41:05,240 Grant hauser at channel 6 is going to give her serious consideration. 758 00:41:05,370 --> 00:41:07,260 What? 759 00:41:07,610 --> 00:41:08,880 You and your wife need to talk more. 760 00:41:09,010 --> 00:41:10,390 You ready? 761 00:41:11,400 --> 00:41:13,340 Yeah. 762 00:41:14,830 --> 00:41:16,120 You parked at a bus stop? 763 00:41:16,250 --> 00:41:18,050 Yeah, who's gonna give me a ticket? 764 00:41:21,590 --> 00:41:23,170 - Are you sure about this? - Yeah. 765 00:41:24,010 --> 00:41:26,260 - You drive. - Okay. 766 00:41:28,340 --> 00:41:29,630 Okay, now don't go crazy. 767 00:41:29,760 --> 00:41:31,430 - She's not all she used to be. - Yeah, yeah, I know. 768 00:41:31,550 --> 00:41:33,140 - Seriously. - I know, I know. 769 00:41:35,000 --> 00:41:37,590 JourneyMan Season 1 Episode 6 Keepers 770 00:41:37,600 --> 00:41:40,320 -=www.ydy.com/bbs=- Sync: YTET - 伣 771 00:41:40,450 --> 00:41:43,180 -=www.ydy.com/bbs=- Proudly Presents