1 00:00:44,870 --> 00:00:52,869 Downloaded from xPau.se 2 00:00:53,070 --> 00:00:54,950 (THUNDER RUMBLING) 3 00:00:55,030 --> 00:00:57,680 HANNAH: Everyone was warned, but no one listened. 4 00:01:00,830 --> 00:01:02,630 A rise in temperature... 5 00:01:02,790 --> 00:01:04,630 Ocean patterns changed... 6 00:01:05,350 --> 00:01:06,630 And ice caps melted. 7 00:01:08,430 --> 00:01:10,430 They called it extreme weather. 8 00:01:11,510 --> 00:01:14,190 They didn't know what "extreme" was. 9 00:01:16,070 --> 00:01:17,720 In the year of 2019... 10 00:01:17,870 --> 00:01:19,630 Hurricanes... 11 00:01:19,790 --> 00:01:21,070 Tornadoes... 12 00:01:21,230 --> 00:01:22,590 Floods... 13 00:01:22,750 --> 00:01:23,990 And droughts... 14 00:01:25,350 --> 00:01:28,080 Unleashed a wave of destruction upon our planet. 15 00:01:29,470 --> 00:01:31,670 We didn't just lose towns... 16 00:01:31,830 --> 00:01:33,190 Or beachfronts. 17 00:01:34,310 --> 00:01:37,040 We lost entire cities. 18 00:01:37,630 --> 00:01:40,150 The East River swallowed Lower Manhattan. 19 00:01:42,230 --> 00:01:44,710 A heat wave killed two million people in Madrid... 20 00:01:45,070 --> 00:01:46,400 In just one day. 21 00:01:47,590 --> 00:01:48,750 But in that moment... 22 00:01:49,390 --> 00:01:50,430 Facing our own extinction... 23 00:01:52,070 --> 00:01:56,670 It became clear that no single nation could solve this problem alone. 24 00:01:59,950 --> 00:02:02,110 The world came together as one... 25 00:02:02,270 --> 00:02:04,430 And we fought back. 26 00:02:05,070 --> 00:02:07,880 Scientists from 17 countries... 27 00:02:08,030 --> 00:02:09,470 Led by the U. S. And China... 28 00:02:10,190 --> 00:02:11,710 Worked tirelessly. 29 00:02:12,710 --> 00:02:15,390 Not as representatives of their nations... 30 00:02:17,150 --> 00:02:18,870 But of humanity. 31 00:02:20,670 --> 00:02:22,750 They found a way to neutralize the storms... 32 00:02:22,910 --> 00:02:24,790 With a net of thousands of satellites, 33 00:02:24,870 --> 00:02:29,670 each deploying countermeasures designed to impact the basic elements of weather, 34 00:02:29,750 --> 00:02:32,790 heat, pressure, and water. 35 00:02:32,910 --> 00:02:36,150 All overseen by the International Space Station. 36 00:02:38,190 --> 00:02:40,230 They gave the satellite net a technical name... 37 00:02:40,390 --> 00:02:42,510 But we all came to call it Dutch Boy... 38 00:02:43,030 --> 00:02:46,470 After the story of the child who plugged a dam with his finger. 39 00:02:48,430 --> 00:02:50,350 (RUMBLING) 40 00:02:55,830 --> 00:02:57,870 This is what saved us all. 41 00:02:58,510 --> 00:03:01,240 And it was built by a team led by one man... 42 00:03:03,590 --> 00:03:04,630 My father. 43 00:03:16,830 --> 00:03:17,990 - Thank you. - Keep the change. 44 00:03:21,190 --> 00:03:22,550 Jake Lawson. I have a Senate... 45 00:03:22,750 --> 00:03:23,870 Senate hearing in room 12. 46 00:03:24,110 --> 00:03:25,030 Yeah. 47 00:03:25,110 --> 00:03:26,230 Lawson? 48 00:03:26,430 --> 00:03:28,080 - You're the Dutch Boy guy, right? - Yeah. 49 00:03:28,230 --> 00:03:29,470 Man, I need to shake your hand. 50 00:03:29,670 --> 00:03:30,870 Oh. Okay. 51 00:03:31,470 --> 00:03:33,040 Tornado? Zap! 52 00:03:33,190 --> 00:03:34,950 Blizzard? Zap! 53 00:03:35,030 --> 00:03:36,070 Monsoon? 54 00:03:37,270 --> 00:03:38,430 - Zap? - Zap! 55 00:03:38,990 --> 00:03:41,270 Everybody down here owes you, Jake Lawson. 56 00:03:41,430 --> 00:03:43,950 If you need anything, you just ask. 57 00:03:47,350 --> 00:03:49,270 (CAMERA SHUTTERS CLICKING) 58 00:03:53,510 --> 00:03:55,110 (GAVEL BANGING) 59 00:03:55,710 --> 00:03:59,950 SENATOR CROSS: The Senate Committee assigned to oversee Dutch Boy 60 00:04:00,030 --> 00:04:02,630 will now hear from Jacob Lawson... 61 00:04:02,870 --> 00:04:05,910 Climate ISS Chief Operations Coordinator. 62 00:04:05,990 --> 00:04:09,470 May the record reflect that he was nearly one hour late. 63 00:04:10,230 --> 00:04:11,910 Yeah, sorry about that. 64 00:04:12,750 --> 00:04:15,150 (CLEARS THROAT) I literally had to fly in from outer space- 65 00:04:15,310 --> 00:04:16,830 - (PEOPLE LAUGHING) - (SIGHS) 66 00:04:16,910 --> 00:04:17,990 Oh, here we go. 67 00:04:18,070 --> 00:04:22,280 Mr. Lawson, we find ourselves heading toward a crossroads. 68 00:04:22,350 --> 00:04:25,350 As you know, as per UN Resolution 28-14, 69 00:04:25,510 --> 00:04:29,190 the United States will be handing over control of Dutch Boy 70 00:04:29,350 --> 00:04:32,590 to an International Oversight Committee in three years. 71 00:04:32,750 --> 00:04:35,720 This in spite of the fact that we actually built the thing. 72 00:04:35,950 --> 00:04:39,070 Excuse me, Senator. I don't wanna slow things down. 73 00:04:39,230 --> 00:04:41,800 You said "we" built it? 74 00:04:41,990 --> 00:04:43,640 Yes, indeed, I did. 75 00:04:44,350 --> 00:04:48,070 Because I know what I did. I'm the guy who led the team that built the station. 76 00:04:48,670 --> 00:04:52,750 I was up there with an international crew of 600 people, not just Americans. 77 00:04:52,910 --> 00:04:57,040 And I know all of their faces, but I don't remember yours. 78 00:04:57,990 --> 00:05:02,070 We had a plumber up there. He looked a little like you. 79 00:05:02,230 --> 00:05:05,310 - (PEOPLE LAUGHING) - Very clever, Mr. Lawson. 80 00:05:05,470 --> 00:05:08,070 Dutch Boy was an international effort 81 00:05:08,190 --> 00:05:10,790 - and, yes, it may, one day, very well... - (CELL PHONE VIBRATES) 82 00:05:10,990 --> 00:05:12,070 ...belong to the world. 83 00:05:12,270 --> 00:05:15,510 But until it does, we have authority over its operation 84 00:05:15,670 --> 00:05:17,950 and we have authority over you! 85 00:05:18,110 --> 00:05:20,430 And you have been flouting that authority. 86 00:05:20,590 --> 00:05:23,270 I have report after report here. 87 00:05:23,510 --> 00:05:25,790 Failure to follow procedures... 88 00:05:25,950 --> 00:05:27,990 Numerous violations of the chain of command. 89 00:05:28,590 --> 00:05:34,310 Then, there was the incident where you punched a federal inspector in the face. 90 00:05:34,590 --> 00:05:36,270 Well, your federal inspector doesn't know 91 00:05:36,350 --> 00:05:39,240 that a capacitor holds a charge even when it's disconnected. 92 00:05:39,470 --> 00:05:42,070 He was grabbing for the damn thing. I saved his life! 93 00:05:42,350 --> 00:05:45,710 You can make all the excuses you want, Mr. Lawson, 94 00:05:45,790 --> 00:05:48,390 but there's one thing you cannot defend. 95 00:05:48,590 --> 00:05:51,510 And that would be the day you brought Dutch Boy online... 96 00:05:52,150 --> 00:05:54,830 ...and operational without our consent! 97 00:05:55,070 --> 00:05:56,350 And what would that have taken, Senator? 98 00:05:56,910 --> 00:06:01,070 There were a series of storms building in Southeast Asia and the North Atlantic 99 00:06:01,150 --> 00:06:03,670 that would have killed tens of thousands of people. 100 00:06:04,270 --> 00:06:06,510 Dutch Boy was ready. We went green. 101 00:06:06,590 --> 00:06:08,160 - It works. You're welcome. - (CELL PHONE VIBRATING) 102 00:06:08,350 --> 00:06:11,710 Mr. Lawson, if you continue to defy our authority... 103 00:06:11,870 --> 00:06:14,870 Dutch Boy will go on without you! 104 00:06:15,590 --> 00:06:18,510 Am I making myself clear? 105 00:06:21,110 --> 00:06:22,630 (MOUTHING) 106 00:06:25,430 --> 00:06:26,430 Yes. 107 00:06:27,030 --> 00:06:29,510 Good. Oh, and one more thing. 108 00:06:29,710 --> 00:06:33,920 To ensure compliance, this committee will be sending up new support staff. 109 00:06:34,150 --> 00:06:38,390 Naturally, when they get there, you'll have to send some of your people home. 110 00:06:39,230 --> 00:06:40,640 We'll leave those choices up to you. 111 00:06:40,710 --> 00:06:44,990 Senator, respectfully, my crew didn't do anything wrong. 112 00:06:45,230 --> 00:06:47,310 Excuse me, I'm not asking for your input. 113 00:06:47,550 --> 00:06:50,710 These people left their homes and their families 114 00:06:50,870 --> 00:06:52,150 and risked their lives to save this planet. 115 00:06:52,390 --> 00:06:53,270 This hearing is adjourned. 116 00:06:53,470 --> 00:06:55,710 I'm not cutting a single one of those people loose! 117 00:06:55,870 --> 00:06:56,870 Excuse me? 118 00:06:57,070 --> 00:06:59,110 People like you need people like me. You know why? 119 00:06:59,350 --> 00:07:02,510 So you can take credit for everything we accomplish. 120 00:07:02,670 --> 00:07:04,710 So you can go to your constituents and your cronies... 121 00:07:04,870 --> 00:07:06,070 SENATOR CROSS: This meeting is adjourned. 122 00:07:06,350 --> 00:07:09,080 ...and your mistresses and puff out your chest 123 00:07:09,150 --> 00:07:10,800 - and say, "Hey, look at me!" - SENATOR CROSS: Sit down, please! 124 00:07:11,030 --> 00:07:12,750 - Well, I'm looking, Senator. - Excuse me. 125 00:07:12,990 --> 00:07:14,270 - We're all looking. - This meeting is adjourned. 126 00:07:14,510 --> 00:07:17,400 This meeting is adjourned! Thank you. (BANGS GAVEL) 127 00:07:23,590 --> 00:07:25,630 Well, that was going well, huh? 128 00:07:25,950 --> 00:07:27,030 Up to a point. 129 00:07:27,270 --> 00:07:29,630 No, Jake, that didn't go well at any point. 130 00:07:30,270 --> 00:07:32,230 But, hey, what are you good at, little brother, huh? 131 00:07:32,390 --> 00:07:34,230 Like working the angles, smoothing ruffled feathers? 132 00:07:34,390 --> 00:07:35,630 You can fix it. You always do. 133 00:07:36,510 --> 00:07:37,950 It's like a talent. 134 00:07:38,150 --> 00:07:39,910 It is a talent. 135 00:07:40,790 --> 00:07:42,070 Of a sort. 136 00:07:42,910 --> 00:07:45,270 (SIGHS) I wish I could help you. I really do. 137 00:07:45,590 --> 00:07:46,870 But it's not that simple, 138 00:07:47,110 --> 00:07:48,390 not this time. 139 00:07:49,190 --> 00:07:50,190 Why not? 140 00:07:51,510 --> 00:07:56,190 Well, as of last week, they have put me in charge of Dutch Boy. 141 00:07:56,430 --> 00:07:57,550 (CHUCKLES) 142 00:07:57,630 --> 00:07:59,630 Well, that's great! 143 00:07:59,790 --> 00:08:02,110 That's great! You kidding me? 144 00:08:02,350 --> 00:08:03,470 (SIGHS) 145 00:08:08,550 --> 00:08:09,670 You're kidding me. 146 00:08:12,190 --> 00:08:14,760 Look, what do you want me to do? Huh? 147 00:08:14,910 --> 00:08:18,590 You leave me no choice. I told you this had to go well, and it didn't. 148 00:08:20,190 --> 00:08:21,310 (STAMMERS) 149 00:08:21,470 --> 00:08:23,870 I'm sorry, Jake. 150 00:08:27,110 --> 00:08:28,630 You're fired. 151 00:08:52,270 --> 00:08:54,870 Jesus. It's over 120 in this mother. 152 00:08:56,590 --> 00:08:57,750 (TIRES SQUEAL) 153 00:09:34,270 --> 00:09:35,270 Fan out. 154 00:09:52,950 --> 00:09:53,710 (GASPS) 155 00:10:11,150 --> 00:10:12,430 Hi, Agent Wilson. 156 00:10:12,590 --> 00:10:14,510 Assistant Secretary Lawson. 157 00:10:15,350 --> 00:10:17,070 Oh, you look nice today. 158 00:10:17,150 --> 00:10:19,510 I'm wearing the same thing I always wear. 159 00:10:19,790 --> 00:10:22,030 Not exactly. 160 00:10:22,190 --> 00:10:25,000 Have you seen I, well, got on a new tie? 161 00:10:25,670 --> 00:10:30,430 I observed. We're trained to notice any disturbing details. 162 00:10:32,910 --> 00:10:34,950 - Sarah, come on. - Assistant Secretary Lawson... 163 00:10:35,870 --> 00:10:39,920 I'm not permitted to engage in casual conversation while I'm at a post. 164 00:10:40,830 --> 00:10:42,350 We are being watched. 165 00:10:42,590 --> 00:10:44,510 We're always being watched. 166 00:10:45,270 --> 00:10:47,670 Well, if we're always being watched, what's the point of hiding anything? 167 00:10:47,910 --> 00:10:50,310 You're interfering with my duties. I'd rather not shoot you. 168 00:10:50,550 --> 00:10:51,750 (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) 169 00:10:51,830 --> 00:10:54,400 Well, it would be an honor to be the first person that you kill. 170 00:10:56,310 --> 00:10:57,960 - (CELL PHONE VIBRATING) - Hang on. 171 00:10:58,550 --> 00:10:59,590 What is it? 172 00:10:59,790 --> 00:11:02,440 Uh, the president's called a security briefing. 173 00:11:02,510 --> 00:11:06,430 It was not on the schedule, so I guess I'm now on duty. 174 00:11:07,470 --> 00:11:09,550 I like the tie. Home by 7:00. Love you. 175 00:11:12,190 --> 00:11:13,550 I'm sorry, I didn't catch that. 176 00:11:13,630 --> 00:11:14,670 I didn't say anything. 177 00:11:15,710 --> 00:11:17,310 Move along, sir. 178 00:11:17,510 --> 00:11:18,630 Yes, ma'am. 179 00:11:20,670 --> 00:11:21,750 PRESIDENT: What the hell happened here? 180 00:11:21,910 --> 00:11:23,480 MONTGRAFF: One of our thermospheric satellites 181 00:11:23,550 --> 00:11:25,430 malfunctioned over Afghanistan. 182 00:11:25,670 --> 00:11:27,320 A UN recon team found it, Mr. President. 183 00:11:27,550 --> 00:11:29,590 And the members of the Climate Council, they're aware? 184 00:11:29,830 --> 00:11:31,790 Yes, and they've all agreed to keep the incident discreet. 185 00:11:31,990 --> 00:11:34,350 But with this many people in the loop, I'm not sure how long it's gonna keep. 186 00:11:34,430 --> 00:11:36,150 And we're sure this was caused by Dutch Boy? 187 00:11:36,390 --> 00:11:37,310 Absolutely. 188 00:11:37,550 --> 00:11:40,830 Can we assume that this is an isolated incident? Doctor Quigley? 189 00:11:41,030 --> 00:11:42,150 We're fairly certain, yes. 190 00:11:42,590 --> 00:11:44,750 It's great to know that you're "fairly certain." 191 00:11:44,950 --> 00:11:46,230 This is a serious malfunction. 192 00:11:46,390 --> 00:11:47,720 So your proposal is what? 193 00:11:47,910 --> 00:11:50,030 Simple. We shut down all Central Asian satellites 194 00:11:50,190 --> 00:11:51,430 until we know what went wrong. 195 00:11:51,710 --> 00:11:52,910 - Are you serious? - Yes, I'm serious. 196 00:11:52,990 --> 00:11:55,750 Know how difficult it was to get every one of these nations online for this? 197 00:11:55,830 --> 00:11:57,400 PRESIDENT: We have worked extremely hard 198 00:11:57,630 --> 00:12:01,190 to assure these nations that this system will protect them, and it has. 199 00:12:01,470 --> 00:12:03,070 And let's not forget, people, it's an election year. 200 00:12:03,150 --> 00:12:05,390 We shut Dutch Boy down, the press is gonna jump all over this. 201 00:12:05,470 --> 00:12:06,550 DR. JENNINGS: Oh, my God! 202 00:12:06,630 --> 00:12:08,390 300 people died in that village. 203 00:12:08,990 --> 00:12:11,830 (SCOFFS) I mean, who gives a damn about the politics of it all? 204 00:12:12,430 --> 00:12:14,710 Look, we cost those people their lives. 205 00:12:14,990 --> 00:12:17,720 The only thing we should be concerned about here is how to fix it 206 00:12:18,430 --> 00:12:19,870 and making sure it never happens again. 207 00:12:20,110 --> 00:12:22,070 And how do you propose we do that? 208 00:12:24,550 --> 00:12:25,430 (EXHALES) 209 00:12:26,190 --> 00:12:28,070 We can't do anything. 210 00:12:29,150 --> 00:12:31,960 What I mean is, the problem is not gonna be solved in this room 211 00:12:32,190 --> 00:12:34,270 and, well, certainly not by us. 212 00:12:34,550 --> 00:12:37,950 No, no, we need an international team on the station itself. 213 00:12:38,110 --> 00:12:39,390 You know, not suits. 214 00:12:39,630 --> 00:12:41,200 Engineers, coders, builders 215 00:12:41,470 --> 00:12:43,430 doing a comprehensive systems check, 216 00:12:43,590 --> 00:12:45,750 no matter the cost, no matter the politics, 217 00:12:46,910 --> 00:12:48,750 and we need 'em up there now. 218 00:12:50,550 --> 00:12:53,470 We are set to transfer full authority for Dutch Boy 219 00:12:53,710 --> 00:12:56,390 to the international community in two weeks. 220 00:12:56,630 --> 00:12:58,950 I will not be the president that hands over damaged goods. 221 00:12:59,110 --> 00:13:00,520 Not now, not ever. 222 00:13:00,750 --> 00:13:04,960 So we are gonna handle this problem and its solution in-house, 223 00:13:05,350 --> 00:13:08,000 and we are gonna send up one man. 224 00:13:08,230 --> 00:13:12,670 One of our own, who reports only to us and that we can control. 225 00:13:14,950 --> 00:13:16,190 Understood? 226 00:13:17,670 --> 00:13:19,000 So find me that someone. 227 00:13:20,790 --> 00:13:21,790 Now. 228 00:13:23,110 --> 00:13:24,520 Yes, sir. 229 00:13:24,830 --> 00:13:26,550 Look, I know you're not gonna like it, but as I see it, 230 00:13:26,710 --> 00:13:28,070 there's only one person to go after for this. 231 00:13:28,350 --> 00:13:29,870 Your brother, Jake. 232 00:13:30,150 --> 00:13:30,950 Come on, not Jake. 233 00:13:31,150 --> 00:13:32,670 17 countries, hmm? 234 00:13:32,830 --> 00:13:35,560 17 countries had teams working on Dutch Boy. They all reported to him. 235 00:13:35,710 --> 00:13:38,030 Nobody knows what's under the hood better than him. 236 00:13:39,430 --> 00:13:41,510 Come on. Can we weigh other options? 237 00:13:41,670 --> 00:13:43,270 Max, how long have you known me? 238 00:13:43,470 --> 00:13:44,390 (SIGHS) 239 00:13:44,470 --> 00:13:46,150 Ever since I was transferred to the State Department. 240 00:13:46,310 --> 00:13:48,110 That's right. I handpicked you. 241 00:13:48,350 --> 00:13:51,320 I believed in you. You're smart. 242 00:13:51,550 --> 00:13:53,710 And I was right about you. 243 00:13:54,990 --> 00:13:57,270 I'm right about Jake. 244 00:13:57,990 --> 00:13:59,560 If this is gonna be a problem... 245 00:14:00,390 --> 00:14:01,720 No, sir. 246 00:14:01,950 --> 00:14:03,070 Good. 247 00:14:12,310 --> 00:14:13,550 (RUMBLING) 248 00:14:21,550 --> 00:14:25,110 WOMAN 1: Afghan satellite zero-niner-six inbound. 249 00:14:25,270 --> 00:14:28,160 All crews prepare for incoming Afghanistan satellite. 250 00:14:28,790 --> 00:14:30,790 WOMAN 2: Replacement satellite standing by. 251 00:14:57,310 --> 00:14:59,310 HERNANDEZ: Afghan sat is locked in. 252 00:14:59,550 --> 00:15:01,430 Replacement cleared for launch. 253 00:15:05,950 --> 00:15:07,910 MAN 1: And away on sat 5-A. 254 00:15:11,470 --> 00:15:13,190 AUTOMATED VOICE: Airlock doors secured. 255 00:15:13,830 --> 00:15:16,670 I want a full dissection of all components. 256 00:15:16,790 --> 00:15:17,830 Priority one. 257 00:15:20,790 --> 00:15:23,110 MAN 1: Afghan satellite dissection commencing. 258 00:15:29,750 --> 00:15:30,790 I will take care of this. 259 00:15:31,030 --> 00:15:32,750 Make sure they depressurize the fuel intake. 260 00:15:32,990 --> 00:15:33,870 Yeah, we got it, man. 261 00:15:36,790 --> 00:15:37,870 (WHIRS) 262 00:15:38,510 --> 00:15:39,670 (BEEPS) 263 00:15:55,830 --> 00:15:58,400 DUNCAN: Makmoud. Oi, Makmoud! 264 00:15:58,590 --> 00:16:01,240 I'm about to obliterate your top score here, pal. 265 00:16:01,510 --> 00:16:02,350 I have to do some reprogramming. 266 00:16:02,470 --> 00:16:03,670 Oh, come on! 267 00:16:04,990 --> 00:16:07,150 He's got no pride of ownership, that lad. 268 00:16:32,270 --> 00:16:33,760 (PEOPLE CHATTERING) 269 00:16:38,390 --> 00:16:39,430 (DOOR ALARM BUZZES) 270 00:16:39,510 --> 00:16:40,630 (PANTS) 271 00:16:40,750 --> 00:16:42,830 AUTOMATED VOICE: Please stand clear of the doors. 272 00:16:43,030 --> 00:16:44,710 Please stand clear of the doors. 273 00:16:44,790 --> 00:16:46,310 (SCREAMING) 274 00:17:14,950 --> 00:17:16,190 Uncle Max? 275 00:17:17,190 --> 00:17:19,630 Hey! What you doing up there? 276 00:17:20,870 --> 00:17:21,910 What is that? A solar generator? 277 00:17:22,070 --> 00:17:25,470 Dual axis sun-tracking solar generator. Replacing the power converter. 278 00:17:25,710 --> 00:17:26,990 (LAUGHS) on, God! 279 00:17:27,350 --> 00:17:29,430 You're getting more like your dad every day. 280 00:17:29,590 --> 00:17:30,630 Hey, where'd he find that? 281 00:17:31,350 --> 00:17:32,950 Are you seriously asking that question? 282 00:17:33,030 --> 00:17:33,990 Oh, of course. 283 00:17:34,270 --> 00:17:36,070 He made it, right? Come here, you. 284 00:17:37,470 --> 00:17:38,960 (BOTH LAUGHING) 285 00:17:39,350 --> 00:17:41,110 Ah, it's good to see you! 286 00:17:41,430 --> 00:17:42,790 How you doing? You okay? 287 00:17:42,990 --> 00:17:44,030 I'm really great. 288 00:17:44,110 --> 00:17:45,390 Okay, what's going on here? 289 00:17:45,630 --> 00:17:48,360 All right, this is freaking me out. You're supposed to be nine years old. 290 00:17:48,430 --> 00:17:49,430 Thirteen. 291 00:17:49,510 --> 00:17:51,910 You were supposed to be a part of my life, 292 00:17:52,150 --> 00:17:53,670 but shit happens. 293 00:17:53,910 --> 00:17:54,910 Ouch! 294 00:17:56,430 --> 00:17:58,790 So what's going on here? You living with him now? 295 00:17:59,550 --> 00:18:01,070 He gets me two weekends a month. 296 00:18:01,310 --> 00:18:03,880 Oh, good. Well, how's your mom? 297 00:18:04,550 --> 00:18:06,390 Hmm, justifiably pissed. 298 00:18:06,670 --> 00:18:08,110 I bet. (LAUGHS) 299 00:18:08,310 --> 00:18:09,830 JAKE: Hannah, it's time. 300 00:18:11,870 --> 00:18:13,230 What's up, Jake? 301 00:18:16,950 --> 00:18:19,790 Hannah, I thought I told you not to talk to strangers. 302 00:18:20,030 --> 00:18:21,710 (SIGHS) Come on. Don't listen to him. 303 00:18:21,870 --> 00:18:23,470 Your dad and I were your age, 304 00:18:23,710 --> 00:18:26,030 we were so close we had our own secret code. 305 00:18:26,630 --> 00:18:27,910 - That's true. - JAKE: Really? 306 00:18:28,190 --> 00:18:29,840 I don't remember that. 307 00:18:30,710 --> 00:18:31,830 Yeah, you do. 308 00:18:32,110 --> 00:18:33,310 No, I don't. 309 00:18:35,390 --> 00:18:37,310 Well, it was nice seeing you. 310 00:18:37,550 --> 00:18:39,870 Hey, look, you take care. 311 00:18:51,070 --> 00:18:52,670 What's with all the car parts? 312 00:18:52,830 --> 00:18:57,070 I build electric motors for the retirees down in Vero Beach. 313 00:18:57,270 --> 00:18:58,550 Keeps me busy. 314 00:18:59,630 --> 00:19:01,350 Seems hardly worth your talent. 315 00:19:02,550 --> 00:19:03,750 Kidding? 316 00:19:03,990 --> 00:19:05,320 Having the time of my life. 317 00:19:07,470 --> 00:19:08,990 It's a little early, don't you think? 318 00:19:09,990 --> 00:19:10,990 (GRUNTS) 319 00:19:11,310 --> 00:19:13,590 I got fired by my own brother. 320 00:19:13,870 --> 00:19:16,310 Then I lost my family, 321 00:19:16,470 --> 00:19:18,270 my house, my dog, 322 00:19:18,510 --> 00:19:20,430 so happy hour starts around 11:00 out here. 323 00:19:21,430 --> 00:19:23,510 Okay, saw your niece, you don't want a beer. 324 00:19:24,470 --> 00:19:25,470 Road's that way. 325 00:19:28,590 --> 00:19:30,750 There's something wrong with Dutch Boy. 326 00:19:31,790 --> 00:19:32,790 No, there isn't. 327 00:19:32,990 --> 00:19:36,470 Well, an entire village of dead Afghans may disagree with you. 328 00:19:37,670 --> 00:19:38,670 Yeah. 329 00:19:38,870 --> 00:19:42,110 And then yesterday, an airlock just opened by itself. 330 00:19:42,310 --> 00:19:43,670 We lost one of our crew. 331 00:19:44,710 --> 00:19:46,470 Dutch Boy is not my problem anymore. 332 00:19:46,710 --> 00:19:48,120 That I am calling bullshit on. 333 00:19:48,950 --> 00:19:51,760 'Cause other than your daughter and your precious soccer club, 334 00:19:51,990 --> 00:19:54,510 Dutch Boy was all you ever gave a damn about. 335 00:19:54,710 --> 00:19:55,910 Oh, yeah, once. 336 00:19:56,590 --> 00:19:58,080 Yeah, but you took care of that. 337 00:19:58,230 --> 00:19:59,590 You don't care? 338 00:19:59,790 --> 00:20:00,910 No? 339 00:20:03,150 --> 00:20:05,430 Well, then, what are you doing living out here? 340 00:20:05,710 --> 00:20:07,280 - Hmm? - (ROCKET RUMBLING) 341 00:20:15,990 --> 00:20:18,350 Look, I know you think I'm a weasel, 342 00:20:18,510 --> 00:20:21,430 someone who just moves pieces around a chessboard for a living. 343 00:20:21,590 --> 00:20:23,870 Well, guess what, yeah. Yeah, I am. 344 00:20:24,350 --> 00:20:29,230 But that is how you get 17 countries to agree to build a space station. 345 00:20:29,470 --> 00:20:32,040 Now, you build things, right? 346 00:20:32,190 --> 00:20:34,150 And there is something wrong with the thing that you built, 347 00:20:34,310 --> 00:20:36,510 and people are dying. 348 00:20:36,750 --> 00:20:40,510 If you really think you're the best, which I know that you do, 349 00:20:41,070 --> 00:20:44,390 then how the hell can you stand there and say no? 350 00:20:46,870 --> 00:20:49,350 I'll be taking orders from someone, I suppose. 351 00:20:49,950 --> 00:20:50,990 Yeah. 352 00:20:52,750 --> 00:20:54,400 So what? Is that a yes? 353 00:20:56,270 --> 00:20:59,030 Long as it's not you, yeah. 354 00:21:26,110 --> 00:21:28,190 (DIALING) 355 00:21:29,510 --> 00:21:30,710 (LINE RINGING) 356 00:21:30,950 --> 00:21:32,910 MAX: (ON VOICEMAIL) Hey, this is Max. Leave a message. 357 00:21:33,110 --> 00:21:34,310 (PEOPLE CHATTERING) 358 00:21:37,070 --> 00:21:38,070 (EXHALES) 359 00:21:44,150 --> 00:21:45,030 (SPEAKING CANTONESE) 360 00:21:54,870 --> 00:21:56,280 (IN ENGLISH) You got any room in there for me? 361 00:22:19,430 --> 00:22:20,430 (SIZZLING) 362 00:22:21,070 --> 00:22:22,030 (RUMBLING) 363 00:22:33,190 --> 00:22:34,870 (PANICKED CHATTER) 364 00:22:55,110 --> 00:22:56,110 (GASPS) 365 00:22:56,910 --> 00:22:57,830 (TIRES SCREECHING) 366 00:23:12,790 --> 00:23:13,790 (GRUNTING) 367 00:23:38,910 --> 00:23:40,190 (CAR HORN HONKS) 368 00:23:47,710 --> 00:23:49,150 (HORN CONTINUES HONKING) 369 00:23:57,750 --> 00:23:59,190 - Whoa! - (TIRES SCREECH) 370 00:24:02,070 --> 00:24:02,870 Whoa! 371 00:24:05,310 --> 00:24:07,030 (PANTING) 372 00:24:07,190 --> 00:24:08,710 (BEEPING) 373 00:24:15,110 --> 00:24:16,990 (POLICE SIREN WAILING) 374 00:24:26,270 --> 00:24:27,390 (CHOPPERS WHIRRING) 375 00:24:36,590 --> 00:24:37,710 Okay. 376 00:24:38,110 --> 00:24:39,470 I think this is everything. 377 00:24:39,710 --> 00:24:43,030 I made you a packed lunch as well. 378 00:24:43,310 --> 00:24:45,670 Did you hear about the gas main explosions in Hong Kong? 379 00:24:45,910 --> 00:24:47,510 Yeah, it just hit the news. 380 00:24:47,750 --> 00:24:48,790 It's terrible. 381 00:24:48,990 --> 00:24:51,270 Was it anything like what happened in Afghanistan? 382 00:24:51,430 --> 00:24:53,470 No, nothing happened in Afghanistan. 383 00:24:55,070 --> 00:24:56,310 Are you going back up to space? 384 00:24:56,550 --> 00:24:58,430 - No. - Yes, you are! 385 00:24:58,710 --> 00:25:00,230 You're leaving today to fix Dutch Boy. 386 00:25:00,430 --> 00:25:03,160 (SCOFFS) What did I tell you about eavesdropping? 387 00:25:03,390 --> 00:25:05,110 You've never told me anything about eavesdropping. 388 00:25:05,270 --> 00:25:06,920 You don't really do much parenting. 389 00:25:07,150 --> 00:25:08,390 (SIGHS) 390 00:25:09,390 --> 00:25:10,550 How do you know it's safe? 391 00:25:10,790 --> 00:25:12,790 Of course it's safe. I've been up there 100 times. 392 00:25:13,430 --> 00:25:15,870 Don't treat me like I'm a child. Someone died! 393 00:25:16,030 --> 00:25:17,680 - It was an accident. - Someone got sucked out! 394 00:25:17,830 --> 00:25:19,630 It was an accident. 395 00:25:20,390 --> 00:25:24,190 See, that's what I'm going up there to fix, okay? You don't have to worry. 396 00:25:25,230 --> 00:25:28,390 Hey, think of it like I'm going on a vacation for a week or two. 397 00:25:29,950 --> 00:25:32,110 To a place 250 miles straight up 398 00:25:32,310 --> 00:25:34,590 and -450 degrees? 399 00:25:35,070 --> 00:25:36,070 Some holiday. 400 00:25:37,350 --> 00:25:38,550 Yeah, you got a point. 401 00:25:39,470 --> 00:25:40,510 (JAKE SIGHS) 402 00:25:40,710 --> 00:25:42,280 Why'd Uncle Max fire you? 403 00:25:42,350 --> 00:25:43,430 Unbelievable! 404 00:25:43,550 --> 00:25:44,550 Did you do something wrong? 405 00:25:44,630 --> 00:25:46,950 No, look, your Uncle Max and me... 406 00:25:47,190 --> 00:25:49,190 It's not just about the one job. 407 00:25:49,830 --> 00:25:53,470 You know, sometimes, younger brothers resent being younger. 408 00:25:53,630 --> 00:25:55,590 So they get bossy. They think they know everything. 409 00:25:55,750 --> 00:25:57,910 They tell you how to act, how to talk, 410 00:25:58,510 --> 00:26:00,790 and after a couple decades, you just get tired of listening to it. 411 00:26:01,030 --> 00:26:02,950 Maybe you should listen. 412 00:26:04,710 --> 00:26:06,040 - (HORN HONKING) - (SIGHS IN EXASPERATION) 413 00:26:07,950 --> 00:26:09,310 My lift is here. 414 00:26:09,470 --> 00:26:10,470 - Gotta go. - What? 415 00:26:10,630 --> 00:26:12,390 Wait, I thought I was taking you to the airport. 416 00:26:12,550 --> 00:26:14,790 You really wanna see Mom? Great! 417 00:26:14,950 --> 00:26:16,950 We can all fly home to Atlanta together. 418 00:26:17,590 --> 00:26:18,710 Got it covered. 419 00:26:18,950 --> 00:26:20,520 Quit acting like you're mad. 420 00:26:21,150 --> 00:26:23,110 Hannah, what do you want from me? 421 00:26:23,270 --> 00:26:25,550 I want you to come back alive. 422 00:26:26,630 --> 00:26:29,070 (TEARFULLY) And you're not exactly the reliable type. 423 00:26:33,510 --> 00:26:34,470 Hey- 424 00:26:37,950 --> 00:26:39,150 (HANNAH CRYING) 425 00:26:43,110 --> 00:26:45,920 I know I haven't always kept good on my promises, 426 00:26:47,030 --> 00:26:48,600 but I'm coming back. 427 00:26:49,750 --> 00:26:51,350 - I... - Promise. 428 00:26:52,790 --> 00:26:54,120 - I promise. - (SIGHS DEEPLY) 429 00:26:56,550 --> 00:26:57,470 Come here. 430 00:26:59,990 --> 00:27:00,870 (SOBS SOFTLY) 431 00:27:01,070 --> 00:27:03,190 I'll be back soon, okay? 432 00:27:23,390 --> 00:27:28,110 NASA ANNOUNCER: OV-104 is now at T minus one hour and ready for boarding. 433 00:27:35,990 --> 00:27:38,070 MAN 2: We're at T minus one minute and counting. 434 00:27:40,750 --> 00:27:42,550 Have a safe trip, sir. 435 00:27:55,310 --> 00:27:56,800 (STIFLED PANTING) 436 00:28:12,550 --> 00:28:15,120 AUTOMATED VOICE: Booster rocket separation confirmed. 437 00:28:30,150 --> 00:28:32,230 Hate to interrupt, Major Tom, 438 00:28:32,510 --> 00:28:35,670 but in a few seconds, you should be able to see the net. 439 00:28:35,830 --> 00:28:37,480 How's it feel to be back home? 440 00:29:54,630 --> 00:29:56,510 Look at you, girl. 441 00:29:57,110 --> 00:29:58,910 Livin' and breathin'. 442 00:30:04,150 --> 00:30:05,430 Mr. Lawson. 443 00:30:05,590 --> 00:30:06,870 Hey- 444 00:30:06,950 --> 00:30:07,670 Ute Fassbinder. 445 00:30:07,910 --> 00:30:09,070 Nice to meet you. 446 00:30:09,350 --> 00:30:10,840 JAKE: Yeah, I remember you. 447 00:30:10,990 --> 00:30:13,670 Yeah, you were the German scientist. You were here when I was here. 448 00:30:13,830 --> 00:30:14,830 Thermospherics, right? 449 00:30:15,030 --> 00:30:16,030 Yeah. 450 00:30:17,150 --> 00:30:19,310 The containment shell needs a fresh coat of sealant 451 00:30:19,470 --> 00:30:21,950 where the APT ducts push through the channel housing. 452 00:30:22,510 --> 00:30:24,190 Not good. That's wrong. 453 00:30:24,390 --> 00:30:25,350 And you hear that? 454 00:30:25,510 --> 00:30:26,870 - I'm sorry. - Shh. Listen. 455 00:30:27,470 --> 00:30:28,750 That wobbly hum? 456 00:30:29,390 --> 00:30:31,230 That's a bad step-down transformer. 457 00:30:31,830 --> 00:30:33,950 All these things, they have to be watched, cared for. 458 00:30:34,190 --> 00:30:35,840 - Mr. Lawson. - No, I know. It's not your fault, 459 00:30:35,990 --> 00:30:38,390 but when I left, everything here was perfect. 460 00:30:39,110 --> 00:30:43,670 I need to speak to your Chief Scientist about the art of giving a shit. 461 00:30:43,910 --> 00:30:46,190 I'm the Chief Scientist. I've been promoted a year ago. 462 00:30:48,070 --> 00:30:49,510 Right, congratulations. 463 00:30:50,630 --> 00:30:53,310 One of our crew died this week, Mr. Lawson. 464 00:30:53,550 --> 00:30:55,430 Sorry about the transformer. 465 00:30:56,750 --> 00:30:59,070 Let me introduce you to your team. 466 00:31:03,550 --> 00:31:05,710 Oh, of course, an American. 467 00:31:05,990 --> 00:31:09,030 Actually, my brother and I were born in the UK, but thank you. 468 00:31:09,230 --> 00:31:11,880 Yeah, but you've got the old Stars and Stripes on your arm there, 469 00:31:12,070 --> 00:31:13,830 and a cowboy look in your eye. (LAUGHS) 470 00:31:13,990 --> 00:31:16,910 Oh, no offense. This is just a serious situation, 471 00:31:17,110 --> 00:31:20,000 and the last thing we need is some Washington stooge to come supervise us. 472 00:31:20,150 --> 00:31:21,150 Do we, lads? 473 00:31:22,110 --> 00:31:23,470 Well, you got one, 474 00:31:23,630 --> 00:31:25,790 so how about we start with names and positions? 475 00:31:25,870 --> 00:31:27,150 UTE: Mmm-hmm. 476 00:31:27,430 --> 00:31:29,470 Adisa, structural. 477 00:31:29,670 --> 00:31:33,070 Duncan Taylor, systems and OS analyst and loyal British subject. 478 00:31:33,710 --> 00:31:35,830 Hernandez, robotics. 479 00:31:37,350 --> 00:31:38,390 Dussette. 480 00:31:40,110 --> 00:31:42,350 Satcom and security. 481 00:31:42,590 --> 00:31:44,630 And you are? 482 00:31:45,350 --> 00:31:47,350 This is Mr. Jake Lawson. 483 00:31:49,270 --> 00:31:51,790 You're Jake Lawson? The Jake Lawson? 484 00:31:52,390 --> 00:31:55,390 You look much older than I would've thought. 485 00:31:56,230 --> 00:31:58,590 - (STAMMERS) I mean, you look good... - (SIGHS) 486 00:31:58,830 --> 00:32:00,270 ...but your physical appearance is not, 487 00:32:00,430 --> 00:32:05,030 does not match the amount of time that has elapsed in your life. 488 00:32:08,150 --> 00:32:09,190 Am I getting fired? 489 00:32:11,070 --> 00:32:13,800 (SIGHS) Okay, we don't have a lot of time. 490 00:32:14,190 --> 00:32:16,710 So we have three situations to examine. 491 00:32:16,870 --> 00:32:21,230 Afghanistan, the scientist that died here, and the new incident in Hong Kong. 492 00:32:21,470 --> 00:32:24,310 Hong Kong? No, that was a gas main explosion. 493 00:32:24,550 --> 00:32:25,630 We all watched that on the telly. 494 00:32:25,910 --> 00:32:28,070 All right, okay. You just keep believing that. 495 00:32:28,310 --> 00:32:29,830 I, on the other hand, 496 00:32:30,070 --> 00:32:33,590 have a mystery that I'd like to solve and prevent more deaths, 497 00:32:33,790 --> 00:32:35,550 so feel free to join me. 498 00:32:40,550 --> 00:32:41,630 Or not. 499 00:32:45,230 --> 00:32:46,560 MAX: All right, quick question. 500 00:32:46,710 --> 00:32:48,670 Okay, active shooter, 501 00:32:48,910 --> 00:32:51,350 the president and I are both in the line of fire. 502 00:32:51,430 --> 00:32:53,150 Who do you save first? Me... 503 00:32:53,350 --> 00:32:54,350 The president. 504 00:32:54,990 --> 00:32:56,790 Oh, come on. You could take a second just to think about that. 505 00:32:56,950 --> 00:32:57,950 Sorry, baby. 506 00:32:58,190 --> 00:32:59,710 Job comes first, same with you. 507 00:32:59,790 --> 00:33:01,360 No, that's not true. 508 00:33:01,590 --> 00:33:03,470 No, I have priorities and you, 509 00:33:04,110 --> 00:33:06,590 (LAUGHING) you are my priority. 510 00:33:06,750 --> 00:33:08,110 Come on, let's do it. 511 00:33:08,350 --> 00:33:10,190 I kinda want to, 512 00:33:10,350 --> 00:33:12,070 but you just keep talking. 513 00:33:12,950 --> 00:33:15,550 I mean, why do we always have to be sneaking around? 514 00:33:16,150 --> 00:33:19,310 Come on, let's do it. Let's get married. 515 00:33:19,750 --> 00:33:20,950 We can't. 516 00:33:21,190 --> 00:33:21,990 (SIGHS) 517 00:33:22,070 --> 00:33:24,030 It's against the rules. 518 00:33:24,750 --> 00:33:26,350 One day, baby. 519 00:33:29,910 --> 00:33:30,950 (CELL PHONE RINGING) 520 00:33:33,070 --> 00:33:34,830 Um, you're gonna get that. 521 00:33:35,870 --> 00:33:37,550 Because your job comes first. 522 00:33:37,710 --> 00:33:38,630 No... 523 00:33:38,910 --> 00:33:42,550 I'm gonna get it 'cause I don't want it to interfere with this. 524 00:33:43,870 --> 00:33:44,990 See? 525 00:33:45,270 --> 00:33:47,630 Now I might just not save you. 526 00:33:48,710 --> 00:33:49,710 Yeah, hello? 527 00:33:49,910 --> 00:33:51,240 Max, it's Cheng. 528 00:33:51,470 --> 00:33:54,200 Cheng, God, tell me you're not in Hong Kong. 529 00:33:54,350 --> 00:33:55,680 - Cheng? - Last night, 530 00:33:55,950 --> 00:33:59,030 I was right in the middle of it. It was horrible. That's why I'm calling. 531 00:33:59,270 --> 00:34:00,430 Phone service just came back on. 532 00:34:00,630 --> 00:34:02,070 Yeah, well, you're lucky to be alive. 533 00:34:02,310 --> 00:34:04,910 - I mean, those gas pipes? - I'm not so sure that was the cause. 534 00:34:05,070 --> 00:34:07,750 - What do you mean? I don't follow. - (CELL PHONE CHIMES) 535 00:34:08,190 --> 00:34:10,110 It was abnormally hot before the pipes blew. 536 00:34:10,390 --> 00:34:12,040 The satellite sensor should've recorded it, right? 537 00:34:12,190 --> 00:34:15,990 I checked over a dozen times but I can't access Dutch Boy's Hong Kong satellite. 538 00:34:16,070 --> 00:34:17,070 My access has been blocked. 539 00:34:17,350 --> 00:34:18,710 Check your HoloFrame. 540 00:34:18,950 --> 00:34:21,070 MAX: I don't understand. We both have clearance. 541 00:34:21,350 --> 00:34:22,350 CHENG: Exactly. 542 00:34:23,870 --> 00:34:26,760 The only people that have authority to block are in the building you work in. 543 00:34:27,070 --> 00:34:28,750 Wait. What do you mean? 544 00:34:29,390 --> 00:34:31,390 If someone is covering up a system defect, 545 00:34:31,750 --> 00:34:33,830 there's potential for critical failure on a global scale. 546 00:34:34,070 --> 00:34:36,150 If Dutch Boy has a catastrophic failure, 547 00:34:36,310 --> 00:34:39,070 it can create something far worse than the very thing we're trying to prevent, 548 00:34:39,310 --> 00:34:40,430 what we call a geostorm. 549 00:34:40,590 --> 00:34:43,950 What? Slow down, Cheng, all right? A what? 550 00:34:44,190 --> 00:34:45,430 A geostorm. 551 00:34:45,630 --> 00:34:48,710 Simultaneous catastrophic weather events triggered all over the globe. 552 00:34:49,190 --> 00:34:52,630 Once they pass a minimum threshold, the storms will start causing new storms, 553 00:34:52,790 --> 00:34:55,440 like a chain reaction, until they merge together. 554 00:34:55,590 --> 00:34:57,030 It's gotta be a glitch. 555 00:34:57,310 --> 00:34:58,960 I'll give you a call when I know something. 556 00:34:59,110 --> 00:35:01,390 All right. Thanks. 557 00:35:05,270 --> 00:35:09,400 NEWSCASTER: These pipes had not been well maintained or upgraded in years. 558 00:35:10,870 --> 00:35:13,710 Cheng thinks Hong Kong has something to do with Dutch Boy. 559 00:35:13,910 --> 00:35:16,350 You know, he's implying some kind of cover-up. 560 00:35:16,590 --> 00:35:19,670 I just got a text and POTUS called a last-minute press briefing. 561 00:35:19,790 --> 00:35:21,390 What, you can't stay? 562 00:35:21,470 --> 00:35:23,430 Oh, when duty calls, duty calls. 563 00:35:23,630 --> 00:35:26,230 "Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night," right? 564 00:35:26,390 --> 00:35:28,110 Honey, that's the Postal Service. 565 00:35:28,350 --> 00:35:31,110 We're the (WHISPERS) Secret Service. Secret Service. 566 00:35:31,350 --> 00:35:33,150 (WHISPERING) Oh, there's a difference? Really? 567 00:35:34,630 --> 00:35:36,120 I didn't know that. 568 00:35:37,230 --> 00:35:38,720 (KEYBOARD CLACKING) 569 00:36:01,510 --> 00:36:02,510 (MAN SPEAKING OTHER LANGUAGE) 570 00:36:20,470 --> 00:36:22,550 RICO: (IN ENGLISH) Grab his laptop. Let's go. 571 00:36:25,230 --> 00:36:29,150 So the satellite that went rogue over Afghanistan, what type was that? 572 00:36:29,310 --> 00:36:33,230 That's my fave, actually. I call it a "rock 'n' roller." 573 00:36:34,230 --> 00:36:35,950 JAKE: Oh, the SR-22. 574 00:36:36,190 --> 00:36:40,030 Uses sonic waves to slow molecular movement causing cooling, 575 00:36:40,190 --> 00:36:42,470 but, in that case, freezing. Why? 576 00:36:42,630 --> 00:36:44,470 HERNANDEZ: We don't know. We checked the satellite's hard drives, 577 00:36:44,750 --> 00:36:46,670 but the logs were wiped clean by the malfunction. 578 00:36:47,350 --> 00:36:50,750 All right. Let's pull up every "rock 'n' roller" satellite we have 579 00:36:50,990 --> 00:36:53,880 to see if we can find any corruption in their logs. 580 00:36:54,070 --> 00:36:55,790 Pull up every "rock 'n' roller" in the net. 581 00:36:56,030 --> 00:36:58,070 There's gotta be more than 1,000 of them. 582 00:36:58,350 --> 00:37:00,950 Ah, 1,270, to be exact. 583 00:37:01,110 --> 00:37:03,710 And we're gonna scan each and every one of 'em. 584 00:37:07,070 --> 00:37:08,070 - (PHONES RINGING) - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 585 00:37:12,110 --> 00:37:14,350 Dana. Hey. 586 00:37:15,630 --> 00:37:17,120 Hey. What are you doing here? 587 00:37:17,190 --> 00:37:18,550 (SCOFFS) What do you mean, "What am I doing here"? 588 00:37:18,870 --> 00:37:21,390 I work here. I'm your boss. 589 00:37:21,630 --> 00:37:23,390 Yeah, but what are you doing down from Mount Olympus 590 00:37:23,510 --> 00:37:25,310 and visiting me in Millennial Village? 591 00:37:25,950 --> 00:37:29,150 Well, I have a bit of a favor to ask you. 592 00:37:29,390 --> 00:37:31,270 You're the best at what you do. 593 00:37:31,470 --> 00:37:33,310 But I need you to keep this between us. 594 00:37:33,990 --> 00:37:35,110 Okay. 595 00:37:36,670 --> 00:37:38,830 I have a problem with my HoloFrame. 596 00:37:39,070 --> 00:37:40,640 Do I look like a Genius Bar to you? 597 00:37:41,270 --> 00:37:43,510 I'm sorry. I'm sitting here defending the free world 598 00:37:43,590 --> 00:37:45,350 against state operators and cyberterrorists, 599 00:37:45,550 --> 00:37:47,910 but Grandpa needs help fixing his phone. 600 00:37:48,190 --> 00:37:52,270 I have a problem trying to get through to satellite G-22 over Hong Kong. 601 00:37:52,510 --> 00:37:54,190 So a satellite has a bad comm. That happens. 602 00:37:54,430 --> 00:37:57,190 No. No, not a satellite. 603 00:37:58,510 --> 00:37:59,950 All of them. 604 00:38:00,550 --> 00:38:01,390 Oh. 605 00:38:03,550 --> 00:38:05,830 I am mildly intrigued. Stay. 606 00:38:10,390 --> 00:38:11,960 DANA: Okay. 607 00:38:13,910 --> 00:38:17,880 It looks like vanilla line disruption, 608 00:38:18,110 --> 00:38:21,000 bad server relay, or trunk failure, or something. 609 00:38:21,630 --> 00:38:23,230 Are you still dating that Secret Service chick? 610 00:38:23,510 --> 00:38:25,510 What? No. 611 00:38:26,590 --> 00:38:28,870 No, I'm not dating anyone. 612 00:38:29,590 --> 00:38:30,630 Mmm-hmm. 613 00:38:32,870 --> 00:38:34,630 DANA: Wait, look. Oh, my God. 614 00:38:35,390 --> 00:38:38,990 Someone wanted to block your access without you knowing it was intentional. 615 00:38:39,630 --> 00:38:40,750 But this... 616 00:38:40,830 --> 00:38:44,190 This is very intentional, and it's very clever. 617 00:38:45,270 --> 00:38:46,680 And I know what you're gonna say. 618 00:38:46,790 --> 00:38:48,910 You're gonna say, "Tell no one." And I won't. 619 00:38:49,150 --> 00:38:51,550 But I didn't sign up to work here so I could cubicle-squat 24/7. 620 00:38:51,670 --> 00:38:54,400 So whatever is going on, I want in on the action. 621 00:38:54,670 --> 00:38:57,560 Well, let's hope there isn't any action. 622 00:38:58,150 --> 00:38:59,390 And yeah, 623 00:38:59,670 --> 00:39:01,590 tell no one. 624 00:39:05,910 --> 00:39:10,040 Miss Fassbinder, we've just been given a priority communication request. 625 00:39:10,590 --> 00:39:11,710 From Climate Command? 626 00:39:11,950 --> 00:39:12,990 The White House. 627 00:39:22,270 --> 00:39:24,550 All right. So who are the yahoos in Washington we gotta deal with on this? 628 00:39:24,710 --> 00:39:26,710 I guess I would be the head yahoo. 629 00:39:32,350 --> 00:39:33,350 Hello, guys. 630 00:39:33,510 --> 00:39:37,190 Max tells me you don't have a high opinion of politicians. 631 00:39:37,430 --> 00:39:38,920 I didn't say that. 632 00:39:39,070 --> 00:39:40,150 Well, neither do I. 633 00:39:40,390 --> 00:39:43,230 We went through hell getting the world on board for this program. 634 00:39:43,510 --> 00:39:46,080 We've come too far for it to fail. 635 00:39:46,830 --> 00:39:49,910 You and I both understand why we cannot let that happen. 636 00:39:50,110 --> 00:39:51,310 Yes, sir. 637 00:39:51,550 --> 00:39:54,150 So if I find anything, I'll report to you right away. 638 00:39:54,390 --> 00:39:56,550 Actually, you'll be reporting to Max here. 639 00:39:57,190 --> 00:39:58,310 Good luck. 640 00:39:58,550 --> 00:40:00,120 Have at it. 641 00:40:00,350 --> 00:40:01,870 Thank you, sir. 642 00:40:04,310 --> 00:40:07,430 I'll leave you two alone. And if you need me, I'm in my office. 643 00:40:07,670 --> 00:40:09,240 JAKE: Thank you. 644 00:40:10,310 --> 00:40:12,030 I'll be reporting to you? 645 00:40:13,190 --> 00:40:14,270 You lied to me. 646 00:40:14,510 --> 00:40:15,630 Again. 647 00:40:15,790 --> 00:40:19,310 No, I just didn't answer your ridiculous demand. 648 00:40:19,470 --> 00:40:20,630 How do I switch this thing off? 649 00:40:20,790 --> 00:40:22,670 There's something you need to know. 650 00:40:22,830 --> 00:40:26,880 We've been having issues down here accessing the Dutch Boy satcom. 651 00:40:27,950 --> 00:40:29,670 We have reason to believe that it... 652 00:40:30,390 --> 00:40:31,830 Well, it may not be accidental. 653 00:40:33,590 --> 00:40:35,030 Might not be accidental? 654 00:40:35,270 --> 00:40:37,870 Well, I've been trying to access the Hong Kong satellite. 655 00:40:38,110 --> 00:40:41,110 I knew it. I knew it! 656 00:40:41,350 --> 00:40:42,510 You think it's possible? 657 00:40:42,750 --> 00:40:44,950 Yeah. It's possible. 658 00:40:45,750 --> 00:40:48,350 But even if you could access the Hong Kong satellite remotely, 659 00:40:48,510 --> 00:40:50,630 you're not gonna get the logs you need. 660 00:40:50,910 --> 00:40:54,510 No. We gotta pull that information from the actual satellite up here. 661 00:40:54,790 --> 00:40:56,750 Okay. I can authorize that. 662 00:40:57,550 --> 00:40:59,470 I don't need your authorization for anything. 663 00:40:59,750 --> 00:41:01,750 I'm sure that's really scary for you, 664 00:41:01,990 --> 00:41:05,710 but how about you just count on me to do my job, and say thank you? 665 00:41:05,950 --> 00:41:07,440 Oh, count on you. 666 00:41:07,630 --> 00:41:09,710 Remember the first time I had to bail you out? 667 00:41:09,870 --> 00:41:11,710 Oh, God. Jesus Christ! 668 00:41:11,910 --> 00:41:14,310 Yeah, it was just one week after Mom and Dad died. 669 00:41:14,470 --> 00:41:16,190 You got arrested for fighting. Hmm? 670 00:41:16,390 --> 00:41:19,390 That's when I realized that despite everything I was going through, 671 00:41:19,510 --> 00:41:21,350 I was gonna have to be responsible for you. 672 00:41:23,430 --> 00:41:26,000 All right, you know what? Fine. It is what it is. 673 00:41:26,230 --> 00:41:28,390 I guess I got no choice but to count on you. 674 00:41:28,590 --> 00:41:31,560 But if you ever authorize anything without my approval, 675 00:41:32,510 --> 00:41:34,870 you'll be on the next shuttle home. 676 00:41:39,990 --> 00:41:42,430 AUTOMATED VOICE: Transmission ended. 677 00:41:46,470 --> 00:41:50,750 WOMAN: Hong Kong satellite 022 inbound for examination. 678 00:41:55,870 --> 00:41:57,590 All right. 679 00:41:57,830 --> 00:41:59,870 Let's take this thing apart and find out what happened in Hong Kong. 680 00:42:00,150 --> 00:42:01,390 Bring it down. 681 00:42:02,350 --> 00:42:04,550 It should have come down by now. 682 00:42:05,590 --> 00:42:06,550 (CLANKING LOUDLY) 683 00:42:06,710 --> 00:42:07,510 UTE: What is that? 684 00:42:07,670 --> 00:42:09,240 I have no idea. 685 00:42:12,550 --> 00:42:13,990 - All right, shut it down. - It's not responding. 686 00:42:14,070 --> 00:42:15,150 DUNCAN: Jesus, Hernandez! 687 00:42:16,190 --> 00:42:17,310 Get down! 688 00:42:20,070 --> 00:42:21,400 Get out of here! Go! 689 00:42:23,990 --> 00:42:25,750 Somebody, open this door, now! 690 00:42:28,910 --> 00:42:29,870 Watch out! 691 00:42:29,990 --> 00:42:30,990 Shit! 692 00:42:40,550 --> 00:42:42,200 (PANTING) 693 00:42:46,390 --> 00:42:48,470 (MEN SHOUTING INDISTINCTLY) 694 00:42:50,230 --> 00:42:52,310 JAKE: All right, let's pick up every single piece of this thing 695 00:42:52,470 --> 00:42:55,040 and get it down to manufacturing. 696 00:42:55,630 --> 00:42:56,910 (MACHINES WHIRRING) 697 00:43:10,630 --> 00:43:12,870 JAKE: Do you think we can retrieve the logs from the hard drives? 698 00:43:13,030 --> 00:43:15,030 DUNCAN: Well, the accident created an electrical short 699 00:43:15,110 --> 00:43:16,070 and fried all the drives. 700 00:43:16,230 --> 00:43:17,910 I mean, look at it. It's toast. 701 00:43:18,070 --> 00:43:20,590 So we've lost all the drives with possible corruption? 702 00:43:21,430 --> 00:43:22,430 Not all of them. 703 00:43:23,150 --> 00:43:24,350 UTE: What do you mean? 704 00:43:24,630 --> 00:43:28,470 I was reviewing your video of the accident that killed Makmoud. 705 00:43:31,550 --> 00:43:34,280 Each of the panels that blew has a drive inside. 706 00:43:34,350 --> 00:43:35,630 (MAKMOUD SCREAMING) 707 00:43:36,830 --> 00:43:40,150 And one of them got stuck in the communication tower. 708 00:43:46,670 --> 00:43:48,550 It looks like the seal locks are still intact. 709 00:43:49,230 --> 00:43:52,310 If we're lucky, the corrupted drive will still be inside. 710 00:43:52,950 --> 00:43:54,670 We gotta get that panel back. 711 00:43:55,270 --> 00:43:56,680 (CELL PHONE RINGING) 712 00:43:59,110 --> 00:44:00,110 Yeah, hello? 713 00:44:00,710 --> 00:44:02,870 I just got into DC. We have to meet. 714 00:44:03,030 --> 00:44:04,270 I figured it all out. 715 00:44:04,430 --> 00:44:08,070 Meet me at 10:00 at the place across the square where we used to have lunch. 716 00:44:08,230 --> 00:44:09,150 Back in college. 717 00:44:09,310 --> 00:44:11,630 All right. Yeah, I'll be there. 718 00:44:14,270 --> 00:44:15,760 MAN: (ON SPEAKERS) Ready to decompress. 719 00:44:24,750 --> 00:44:26,670 All right. Door's open, kids. 720 00:44:26,870 --> 00:44:28,670 You're clear to exit. 721 00:44:29,750 --> 00:44:32,350 UTE: Step across the gravity threshold and follow me. 722 00:44:32,550 --> 00:44:35,470 Let's just get the panel, see what's on those drives. 723 00:44:38,750 --> 00:44:40,080 (EXHALES) Okay. 724 00:44:52,390 --> 00:44:54,350 UTE: There's the panel. 725 00:45:01,110 --> 00:45:02,550 JAKE: Wait. Hold up. 726 00:45:04,190 --> 00:45:07,630 We designed the tower to have emergency de-rig ports 727 00:45:07,790 --> 00:45:10,030 so the bars can be moved easily. 728 00:45:20,870 --> 00:45:22,590 UTE: Control, the panel is secured. 729 00:45:22,670 --> 00:45:23,710 BRITISH TECH: Roger that. 730 00:45:23,950 --> 00:45:25,950 Come back now, kids. Come back. 731 00:45:26,550 --> 00:45:28,430 UTE: We're on our way back. 732 00:45:35,310 --> 00:45:36,350 (UTE GRUNTS) 733 00:45:36,990 --> 00:45:38,350 UTE: Jake, what's happening? 734 00:45:39,150 --> 00:45:40,590 JAKE: I don't know! I don't know! 735 00:45:40,670 --> 00:45:42,000 (JAKE GRUNTING) 736 00:45:44,550 --> 00:45:46,390 UTE: Jake? Jake! 737 00:45:46,590 --> 00:45:48,830 JAKE: I can't control the damn suit! 738 00:45:48,990 --> 00:45:51,150 - What's going on? - ADISA: His suit is malfunctioning. 739 00:45:51,390 --> 00:45:53,550 - Jake, do you read me? - Duncan, tell him to cut it. 740 00:45:53,790 --> 00:45:55,280 Jake, cut off the fuel intake. 741 00:45:55,550 --> 00:45:56,990 JAKE: It's not responding! 742 00:46:00,550 --> 00:46:01,630 (JAKE GRUNTING) 743 00:46:09,910 --> 00:46:10,790 Hang on, Jake. 744 00:46:15,150 --> 00:46:16,750 JAKE: I can't hold it. 745 00:46:17,950 --> 00:46:20,110 - Eject the pack. Eject the pack! - (SCREAMING) 746 00:46:25,510 --> 00:46:26,870 (PANTING) 747 00:46:32,910 --> 00:46:34,710 Oh, Christ. We're gonna lose him. We're gonna lose him! 748 00:46:34,950 --> 00:46:36,150 (PANTING) 749 00:46:41,990 --> 00:46:43,750 (GASPING) 750 00:46:46,550 --> 00:46:47,990 (PANTING) 751 00:46:53,110 --> 00:46:54,230 Are you all right? 752 00:46:55,390 --> 00:46:56,510 Yeah. 753 00:47:00,270 --> 00:47:01,270 You got the drive? 754 00:47:01,430 --> 00:47:02,870 I grabbed it when I freed the panel. 755 00:47:08,430 --> 00:47:11,550 You smashed up a dozen comm links, TCAS sensors... 756 00:47:11,670 --> 00:47:13,790 (SPEAKING SPANISH) 757 00:47:13,910 --> 00:47:15,590 I'm fine, thank you very much. 758 00:47:15,790 --> 00:47:17,150 What happened out there? 759 00:47:17,390 --> 00:47:18,550 Propulsion throttle locked up. 760 00:47:18,710 --> 00:47:22,230 And you lost the door panel, which means no drive codes. 761 00:47:22,470 --> 00:47:24,150 Back to square one. 762 00:47:25,710 --> 00:47:27,550 (SIGHS) Great. 763 00:47:30,070 --> 00:47:31,950 Why didn't you tell them about the drive? 764 00:47:32,310 --> 00:47:34,310 Because someone just tried to kill me. 765 00:47:34,630 --> 00:47:35,910 I know my crew. I trust them. 766 00:47:36,270 --> 00:47:37,840 You think you know them. 767 00:47:38,190 --> 00:47:40,510 But someone doesn't want us to see what's on this drive. 768 00:47:42,670 --> 00:47:44,630 UTE: Jake, there's no corruption here at all. 769 00:47:44,910 --> 00:47:47,950 The doors weren't accidentally blown off. They were programmed to. 770 00:47:48,190 --> 00:47:49,470 - This wasn't a malfunction. - No. 771 00:47:49,750 --> 00:47:52,030 Someone intentionally killed Makmoud. 772 00:47:52,590 --> 00:47:55,430 No doubt the same person that tampered with the Hong Kong satellite. 773 00:47:56,110 --> 00:47:58,270 The user logins have been wiped clean. 774 00:47:58,550 --> 00:48:00,230 We have no digital fingerprints. 775 00:48:00,430 --> 00:48:02,590 No. That's what they think. 776 00:48:04,150 --> 00:48:07,150 Login records are synced back to the mainframe. 777 00:48:07,510 --> 00:48:08,390 Yeah, but that's the problem. 778 00:48:08,630 --> 00:48:10,350 If they're deleted in one place, they're deleted everywhere. 779 00:48:10,510 --> 00:48:12,270 No, everywhere they know about. 780 00:48:12,590 --> 00:48:15,710 When we built Dutch Boy, we put in a locked off library. 781 00:48:15,950 --> 00:48:18,110 Something that would track and archive everything. 782 00:48:18,350 --> 00:48:22,400 Our saboteur's login info is gonna be in there. 783 00:48:25,670 --> 00:48:26,590 Nope. 784 00:48:27,550 --> 00:48:28,630 UTE: You've been locked out. 785 00:48:31,790 --> 00:48:33,070 But by who? 786 00:48:39,550 --> 00:48:40,830 The virtual conference room. 787 00:48:41,430 --> 00:48:43,190 How many have access to those transmissions? 788 00:48:43,470 --> 00:48:45,670 Anyone with level three access and above. 789 00:48:45,870 --> 00:48:47,870 Dozens of people. 790 00:48:50,910 --> 00:48:52,110 SARAH: Max. 791 00:48:52,870 --> 00:48:54,550 - Max. - What? 792 00:48:55,230 --> 00:48:57,550 Relax. He'll be here soon. 793 00:48:57,910 --> 00:48:59,670 (HUFFS) What, really? I seem nervous? 794 00:49:00,310 --> 00:49:01,230 Just a little. 795 00:49:04,270 --> 00:49:05,310 He's here. 796 00:49:05,790 --> 00:49:06,990 He's here? 797 00:49:13,430 --> 00:49:14,390 (GRUNTS) 798 00:49:14,550 --> 00:49:15,470 (BYSTANDER SCREAMS) 799 00:49:17,230 --> 00:49:18,990 - No! No! - (CELL PHONE BEEPS) 800 00:49:19,630 --> 00:49:20,790 Cheng! My God! 801 00:49:20,950 --> 00:49:21,950 No! 802 00:49:22,150 --> 00:49:25,040 This is Agent Wilson. Yes, I need an ambulance right now. 803 00:49:25,230 --> 00:49:26,640 - Dupont Circle. - CHENG: Max... 804 00:49:26,870 --> 00:49:28,390 WOMAN: Agent Wilson, I have dispatched the ambulance. 805 00:49:41,350 --> 00:49:42,390 (PANTS) 806 00:49:43,790 --> 00:49:44,870 You got me. You got me. 807 00:49:45,110 --> 00:49:47,030 I'm here. Look at me. Look at me. 808 00:49:47,270 --> 00:49:50,160 Zeus.Zeus. 809 00:49:50,390 --> 00:49:51,750 What? 810 00:49:52,790 --> 00:49:53,790 (CHOKING) 811 00:50:02,270 --> 00:50:04,150 AUTOMATED VOICE: Virtual conference initiating. 812 00:50:04,390 --> 00:50:07,200 Max? You okay? 813 00:50:07,470 --> 00:50:09,310 (PANTING) They said it was urgent. What is it? 814 00:50:09,990 --> 00:50:11,070 Yeah. Um... 815 00:50:12,350 --> 00:50:15,510 I wanted to apologize. 816 00:50:16,110 --> 00:50:16,910 Ap0logize? 817 00:50:17,910 --> 00:50:19,270 (PANTING) 818 00:50:19,550 --> 00:50:21,230 If you had any idea what I just walked away from... 819 00:50:21,870 --> 00:50:24,440 You're gonna drag me up here just to apologize? 820 00:50:26,110 --> 00:50:27,550 All right. Fine. 821 00:50:27,790 --> 00:50:28,870 Apology accepted. 822 00:50:29,110 --> 00:50:31,270 Hey, Max, we don't walk out on each other. 823 00:50:32,070 --> 00:50:34,830 That's the unspoken code between brothers. 824 00:50:45,230 --> 00:50:47,470 You remember that day Dad took us fishing? 825 00:50:48,070 --> 00:50:50,670 Yeah, he dropped his cell phone in Key Biscayne. 826 00:50:53,070 --> 00:50:55,550 Proof the Lawsons aren't fishermen. 827 00:50:57,310 --> 00:50:58,110 Four hours, 828 00:50:58,350 --> 00:51:00,310 the three of us didn't catch a thing. 829 00:51:02,430 --> 00:51:06,110 I tried to sabotage Dad's reel so we could leave. 830 00:51:07,470 --> 00:51:10,710 That pin at the highest part of the spool, 831 00:51:10,990 --> 00:51:13,960 pulled it so the level mechanism would pop out. 832 00:51:15,070 --> 00:51:18,830 Of course, Dad was a government spy his whole life, caught me red-handed. 833 00:51:21,510 --> 00:51:25,990 "Trust me," he said. "I get it. No one likes to fail. 834 00:51:27,390 --> 00:51:31,190 "But I'd rather not catch fish with my family 835 00:51:32,350 --> 00:51:34,350 "than catch 20 fish alone." 836 00:51:36,470 --> 00:51:39,070 I didn't even understand what he meant back then. 837 00:51:42,670 --> 00:51:43,630 But I do now. 838 00:51:45,670 --> 00:51:46,550 Take care, Max. 839 00:51:47,790 --> 00:51:49,360 End transmission. 840 00:51:50,670 --> 00:51:52,830 AUTOMATED VOICE: Transmission ended. 841 00:51:56,270 --> 00:51:57,190 What was all that? 842 00:51:59,390 --> 00:52:02,230 That was the first decent conversation we've had in years. 843 00:52:13,350 --> 00:52:14,950 - Hey. - (GASPS) on, my God! 844 00:52:15,030 --> 00:52:16,470 - (SONG PLAYING OVER HEADPHONES) - Would you relax? 845 00:52:16,710 --> 00:52:17,630 What? 846 00:52:18,230 --> 00:52:19,190 Do you have a moment? 847 00:52:19,470 --> 00:52:21,070 Yes! I do. I got your message. 848 00:52:21,470 --> 00:52:22,270 Jesus. 849 00:52:23,630 --> 00:52:25,280 What happened? Did Secret Service Barbie dump you? 850 00:52:25,870 --> 00:52:27,440 I need to show you something. 851 00:52:29,670 --> 00:52:30,590 Take a look at this. 852 00:52:32,150 --> 00:52:34,630 You remember that day Dad took us fishing? 853 00:52:34,910 --> 00:52:37,510 He dropped his cell phone in Key Biscayne. 854 00:52:41,390 --> 00:52:44,070 Our dad never took us fishing. 855 00:52:44,710 --> 00:52:45,670 Oh. 856 00:52:46,830 --> 00:52:47,670 That's sad. 857 00:52:50,070 --> 00:52:51,070 Oh, I'm sorry. 858 00:52:51,430 --> 00:52:53,470 I'm not good at the, like, "Talk about your daddy issues" 859 00:52:53,830 --> 00:52:54,750 kind of friend thing. I just... 860 00:52:54,830 --> 00:52:58,030 What? No, no, no... 861 00:52:58,270 --> 00:52:59,470 It's a code. 862 00:53:02,070 --> 00:53:04,430 "He dropped his cell phone in Key Biscayne." 863 00:53:05,470 --> 00:53:06,910 His cell phone number is the key. 864 00:53:09,270 --> 00:53:10,550 Take a look at the digits. 865 00:53:10,910 --> 00:53:13,560 Okay, you got your first number, that's your first word. 866 00:53:13,790 --> 00:53:15,910 Second number, nine, you move on nine words. 867 00:53:16,150 --> 00:53:16,950 - That's your second word. - Mmm-hmm. 868 00:53:17,190 --> 00:53:17,990 Third number, nine again. 869 00:53:18,230 --> 00:53:20,990 Another nine, you move on. Then nine, then two, then nine, then five, 870 00:53:21,190 --> 00:53:24,110 and so on and so on until you get an entirely different message. 871 00:53:24,350 --> 00:53:26,870 Oh. So, who came up with this encryption, a 12-year-old? 872 00:53:27,830 --> 00:53:30,150 No. I was 13. 873 00:53:32,110 --> 00:53:33,550 Okay. (EXHALES) 874 00:53:33,790 --> 00:53:35,990 So, one-nine-nine-nine, 875 00:53:36,230 --> 00:53:38,230 two-nine-five-five, 876 00:53:38,510 --> 00:53:41,110 eight-seven-one and go. 877 00:53:43,830 --> 00:53:47,070 Proof of sabotage at the highest level of government. 878 00:53:47,470 --> 00:53:48,670 Trust no one. 879 00:53:55,150 --> 00:53:56,590 Well, you said you were looking for action. 880 00:53:58,150 --> 00:54:00,990 Uh, yeah, but I mean, holy shit. 881 00:54:01,710 --> 00:54:02,830 (SIGHS HEAVILY) 882 00:54:02,910 --> 00:54:04,830 If you don't wanna take this any further, I totally understand. 883 00:54:05,190 --> 00:54:07,270 No. I do, I do. I just... 884 00:54:09,230 --> 00:54:10,750 I do and I don't. 885 00:54:11,110 --> 00:54:13,790 Kinda like going on a rollercoaster or eating Chipotle. 886 00:54:16,070 --> 00:54:17,270 What's our next move? 887 00:54:17,550 --> 00:54:21,190 Okay. I need you to find anything you can on a file named "Project Zeus." 888 00:54:22,750 --> 00:54:23,750 (STIFLED CHUCKLE) 889 00:54:24,350 --> 00:54:25,390 "Project Zeus"? 890 00:54:25,750 --> 00:54:26,590 Yeah. 891 00:54:28,190 --> 00:54:30,510 Okay. Looks like we have ourselves a bro-spiracy theory. 892 00:54:30,710 --> 00:54:32,310 - Just run the damn search. - Yeah. 893 00:54:32,870 --> 00:54:33,870 DANA: Um... 894 00:54:34,590 --> 00:54:36,080 I am getting a hit. 895 00:54:36,310 --> 00:54:37,190 Um... 896 00:54:37,430 --> 00:54:39,550 But it looks like it's double encrypted. It's a little 0CD. 897 00:54:40,110 --> 00:54:41,030 Can you break it? 898 00:54:41,550 --> 00:54:42,880 Yeah, I could, 899 00:54:44,350 --> 00:54:45,920 but I can't do it from here. 900 00:54:45,990 --> 00:54:48,830 The file's under a White House security network, and it's just not hackable. 901 00:54:49,070 --> 00:54:50,830 I'd have to log in, and I don't have the credentials for it. 902 00:54:50,910 --> 00:54:52,430 Shit. (SIGHS) Neither do I. 903 00:54:53,870 --> 00:54:55,870 I don't know anyone who does. 904 00:54:57,710 --> 00:54:58,990 Yeah, you do. 905 00:55:05,350 --> 00:55:06,590 (GLASS BREAKING) 906 00:55:09,270 --> 00:55:10,310 Max? 907 00:55:19,950 --> 00:55:21,190 (CLANGING) 908 00:55:24,190 --> 00:55:24,990 Freeze. 909 00:55:25,270 --> 00:55:26,430 Oh! Holy shit! 910 00:55:26,830 --> 00:55:28,270 Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Honey, relax! 911 00:55:29,710 --> 00:55:31,200 Who is this girl in our house? 912 00:55:31,430 --> 00:55:32,920 I can explain everything. 913 00:55:33,150 --> 00:55:34,510 Mmm, that sounds really pervy. 914 00:55:34,790 --> 00:55:36,120 - Shut up. - Okay, I'm sorry. I will. 915 00:55:36,350 --> 00:55:39,000 I broke one of your wine glasses. Um... 916 00:55:39,070 --> 00:55:41,430 It just fell and I promise I'm gonna reimburse you. 917 00:55:41,710 --> 00:55:43,310 I have the money. I'm sorry. 918 00:55:43,710 --> 00:55:44,510 Talk. 919 00:55:44,750 --> 00:55:47,590 This is Dana. She works with me in State. 920 00:55:48,510 --> 00:55:50,110 Now, I asked her here because I need her help, 921 00:55:50,390 --> 00:55:53,150 and as it turns out, I need your help, too. 922 00:55:54,630 --> 00:55:55,470 (WHISPERS) She's hot! 923 00:55:58,750 --> 00:56:00,670 MAX: I know how much your job means to you. 924 00:56:01,070 --> 00:56:02,070 I took an oath, Max. 925 00:56:02,430 --> 00:56:03,950 We have rules. 926 00:56:04,190 --> 00:56:05,680 Technically, you're not supposed to be sleeping together either... 927 00:56:05,990 --> 00:56:07,110 Dana. 928 00:56:07,350 --> 00:56:09,190 You're asking me to commit a crime. 929 00:56:09,830 --> 00:56:13,910 You're soliciting a Secret Service agent to break into the White House server 930 00:56:14,270 --> 00:56:15,870 and illegally obtain files. 931 00:56:16,110 --> 00:56:17,830 And you thought I would say yes! 932 00:56:18,070 --> 00:56:20,030 - I still think you're gonna say yes. - Why? 933 00:56:20,110 --> 00:56:22,350 Because I'm the one who's asking you. 934 00:56:22,630 --> 00:56:24,310 And if I'm asking you, 935 00:56:24,550 --> 00:56:26,510 well, then it must be important. 936 00:56:26,790 --> 00:56:29,520 And you know that it's bigger than you and me. 937 00:56:29,750 --> 00:56:30,670 "You and l." 938 00:56:30,870 --> 00:56:31,870 BOTH: Shut up. 939 00:56:35,670 --> 00:56:38,480 Sarah, please. 940 00:56:40,790 --> 00:56:42,590 One time. 941 00:56:42,870 --> 00:56:46,670 We need to play back the security cameras without alerting anyone. 942 00:56:47,750 --> 00:56:48,630 Someone killed Makmoud. 943 00:56:49,030 --> 00:56:50,830 We find out why, we know who's behind this. 944 00:56:51,190 --> 00:56:53,760 But you can't access the cameras without it being logged in. 945 00:56:54,110 --> 00:56:55,870 That's why we're going to the back-up server room. 946 00:56:56,230 --> 00:56:59,590 You see? It comes in handy that I built the place. 947 00:57:01,710 --> 00:57:04,390 Yes, but I live here. 948 00:57:05,750 --> 00:57:06,990 (KEYPAD BEEPING) 949 00:57:12,790 --> 00:57:13,590 Show off. 950 00:57:20,910 --> 00:57:23,030 Makmoud was prepping diagnostics on the Afghan sat 951 00:57:23,390 --> 00:57:24,800 while we launched a replacement. 952 00:57:29,870 --> 00:57:30,870 JAKE: Son of a bitch. 953 00:57:31,270 --> 00:57:33,150 He pulled something off the sat. 954 00:57:33,790 --> 00:57:35,070 Poor bastard figured it out, 955 00:57:35,310 --> 00:57:36,990 and they killed him to make sure no one else did. 956 00:57:38,950 --> 00:57:40,750 UTE: There are no cameras allowed in the locker rooms. 957 00:57:43,350 --> 00:57:45,150 Then let's go take a look for ourselves. 958 00:57:55,950 --> 00:57:56,950 181. 959 00:57:59,430 --> 00:58:00,230 181. 960 00:58:01,830 --> 00:58:02,630 What's the code? 961 00:58:04,270 --> 00:58:05,600 Seven, six, three, six, three. 962 00:58:15,070 --> 00:58:16,270 DUSSETTE: What do you think you're doing? (COCKS GUN) 963 00:58:21,590 --> 00:58:23,390 You know what happened to me out there wasn't an accident. 964 00:58:24,630 --> 00:58:25,670 Whoever did that 965 00:58:26,390 --> 00:58:27,190 killed Makmoud. 966 00:58:27,270 --> 00:58:29,350 And what makes you think it is not me? 967 00:58:29,670 --> 00:58:32,510 Because if it was you, I'd be dead already. 968 00:58:35,350 --> 00:58:36,470 Dussette, lower your gun. 969 00:58:39,990 --> 00:58:40,830 Whatever you're looking for, 970 00:58:41,070 --> 00:58:42,480 it is not in this locker. 971 00:58:43,390 --> 00:58:45,830 I was here when Makmoud came in. 972 00:58:46,110 --> 00:58:47,630 He put his stuff in an empty one. 973 00:58:48,670 --> 00:58:50,110 Why didn't you tell me? 974 00:58:50,470 --> 00:58:52,990 You watched the same security footage as I did. 975 00:58:53,350 --> 00:58:56,270 I was just waiting to see who was gonna come and look for Makmoud's stuff. 976 00:58:57,190 --> 00:58:58,030 It's in here. 977 00:59:01,710 --> 00:59:02,870 UTE: Two, six, six, five, three. 978 00:59:14,390 --> 00:59:15,150 Bingo. 979 00:59:16,350 --> 00:59:19,390 This is everything he copied off the satellite onto his HoloFrame. 980 00:59:21,670 --> 00:59:22,830 JAKE: That's a virus. 981 00:59:23,710 --> 00:59:26,390 That wasn't generated by the satellite's on board computer. 982 00:59:26,630 --> 00:59:28,150 Because they were planted. 983 00:59:28,510 --> 00:59:31,510 Makmoud found the virus and got killed before he could tell anyone. 984 00:59:32,350 --> 00:59:34,190 DANA: Oh, I got it. All right, here we go. 985 00:59:36,190 --> 00:59:36,990 Project Zeus. 986 00:59:38,950 --> 00:59:41,110 There are tens of thousands of storm simulations in here, 987 00:59:41,470 --> 00:59:43,190 and each one is starting in a different place. 988 00:59:43,270 --> 00:59:45,150 MAX: They all end the same way. 989 00:59:45,390 --> 00:59:46,910 A geostorm. 990 00:59:47,270 --> 00:59:49,510 I mean, unlike anything we've ever seen. 991 00:59:50,830 --> 00:59:54,230 Dana, can you show us just the simulation that begins in Afghanistan? 992 00:59:54,550 --> 00:59:55,270 Yeah, sure. 993 00:59:58,590 --> 01:00:00,270 JAKE: Okay, now filter those 994 01:00:00,470 --> 01:00:03,040 so that the second malfunction's over Hong Kong. 995 01:00:03,150 --> 01:00:04,510 Where are you going with this? 996 01:00:05,350 --> 01:00:08,910 What if Cheng realized that someone was following one of his scenarios? 997 01:00:09,310 --> 01:00:11,710 You know, making it look like a predicted pattern of malfunction, 998 01:00:12,110 --> 01:00:14,590 disguising a crime like a series of accidents. 999 01:00:14,870 --> 01:00:15,990 It might actually be a series of accidents. 1000 01:00:16,230 --> 01:00:18,510 If it were, they wouldn't have killed him. 1001 01:00:19,590 --> 01:00:22,070 Someone has weaponized Dutch Boy. 1002 01:00:24,910 --> 01:00:26,590 AUTOMATED VOICE: Virtual conference initiating. 1003 01:00:26,950 --> 01:00:27,750 Hey. (PANTING) 1004 01:00:28,750 --> 01:00:29,670 New face? 1005 01:00:29,910 --> 01:00:31,350 Yeah. A friend. 1006 01:00:31,630 --> 01:00:33,750 Uh, she's keeping things off the monitor channels, 1007 01:00:33,990 --> 01:00:34,910 so we're good. 1008 01:00:35,150 --> 01:00:37,350 - So you got my message? - MAX: Yeah, I got your message. 1009 01:00:37,990 --> 01:00:40,720 It's, uh... It's worse than we thought. 1010 01:00:41,070 --> 01:00:44,550 Whoever's doing this is using Dutch Boy to target cities. 1011 01:00:44,910 --> 01:00:47,560 Yeah, they're disguising their moves as malfunctions. 1012 01:00:47,910 --> 01:00:49,670 They already killed the man who found out about this, 1013 01:00:49,830 --> 01:00:51,160 and I don't think they're done. 1014 01:00:51,710 --> 01:00:52,590 Yeah. 1015 01:00:53,790 --> 01:00:55,440 This was my life's work, Max. 1016 01:00:57,590 --> 01:00:58,390 You know, they said it was impossible, 1017 01:00:58,630 --> 01:00:59,630 but we pulled it off. 1018 01:01:00,030 --> 01:01:01,110 And it worked 1019 01:01:01,350 --> 01:01:04,390 perfectly, without fail, day after day, year after year. 1020 01:01:04,550 --> 01:01:06,200 So what do people do with it? 1021 01:01:08,590 --> 01:01:10,000 Turn it into a gun. 1022 01:01:10,230 --> 01:01:11,150 I know. 1023 01:01:11,550 --> 01:01:13,910 I know. It's not too late. We can fix this 1024 01:01:14,150 --> 01:01:16,720 before it happens again, but I can't do it on my own. 1025 01:01:16,910 --> 01:01:19,750 I need you. I need you to tell me, how are they controlling Dutch Boy? 1026 01:01:19,990 --> 01:01:21,510 - I know how they're controlling it. - MAX: How? 1027 01:01:21,870 --> 01:01:23,070 A virus. 1028 01:01:23,350 --> 01:01:24,790 Well, can you stop it? 1029 01:01:25,190 --> 01:01:25,950 There's only one way. 1030 01:01:26,190 --> 01:01:28,870 We can shut down Dutch Boy temporarily. 1031 01:01:29,830 --> 01:01:31,830 The reboot will flush out the system, 1032 01:01:31,910 --> 01:01:34,560 kill the virus, and revert back to the fail-safe OS. 1033 01:01:35,430 --> 01:01:38,400 Okay. Let's do it. 1034 01:01:38,750 --> 01:01:39,870 I'm authorizing. 1035 01:01:40,230 --> 01:01:43,270 Yeah, I think we've established that I don't really wait for that. 1036 01:01:43,630 --> 01:01:44,430 This isn't a Chromebook. 1037 01:01:44,670 --> 01:01:46,190 You don't just put your finger on the power button. 1038 01:01:46,270 --> 01:01:47,840 You need the kill codes. 1039 01:01:49,350 --> 01:01:51,950 And the only one who has those is the president. 1040 01:01:52,150 --> 01:01:54,350 So let's just go to the president and tell him what we know. 1041 01:01:54,630 --> 01:01:56,830 No. You can't go to Palma. 1042 01:01:58,150 --> 01:02:00,230 We need way more proof than I have. 1043 01:02:00,550 --> 01:02:01,910 We're talking about shutting down Dutch Boy. 1044 01:02:01,990 --> 01:02:04,470 I mean, even for an hour, that puts the whole planet at risk. 1045 01:02:04,750 --> 01:02:06,630 No, I don't think you understand. 1046 01:02:06,990 --> 01:02:08,990 Someone sealed off the backdoor into the system. 1047 01:02:09,230 --> 01:02:12,350 A backdoor almost no one knew existed. 1048 01:02:12,710 --> 01:02:14,120 But the president did. 1049 01:02:14,350 --> 01:02:16,830 No. Jake, come on. What? 1050 01:02:17,230 --> 01:02:18,310 Are you out of your mind? 1051 01:02:18,550 --> 01:02:21,150 Not saying it's him. I'm saying, "What if?" 1052 01:02:21,510 --> 01:02:24,350 Who else has the resources to pull this off? 1053 01:02:24,550 --> 01:02:29,760 Murder, cover-up, a virus that can only be stopped with the codes in his pocket. 1054 01:02:29,990 --> 01:02:32,070 Why? Huh? Tell me, why? Why would he do that? 1055 01:02:32,310 --> 01:02:35,990 We're two weeks away from transferring Dutch Boy to the rest of the world. 1056 01:02:36,070 --> 01:02:38,720 Two weeks away from losing autonomous control. 1057 01:02:38,790 --> 01:02:41,190 Now, he talks a good game, but he's never gonna let it happen. 1058 01:02:42,750 --> 01:02:46,070 A series of disasters, an international crew to take the fall, 1059 01:02:46,350 --> 01:02:47,430 and he'll have to cancel the hand off. 1060 01:02:47,710 --> 01:02:49,360 And who would blame him? 1061 01:02:51,230 --> 01:02:54,120 All right. You stay on top of your satellites. 1062 01:02:56,150 --> 01:02:57,150 Max. 1063 01:02:57,510 --> 01:02:59,080 Max, don't do anything stupid. 1064 01:02:59,310 --> 01:03:00,110 Let's go. 1065 01:03:00,470 --> 01:03:02,270 Okay? They already tried to kill me once. 1066 01:03:03,510 --> 01:03:04,870 Max! 1067 01:03:05,230 --> 01:03:06,430 AUTOMATED VOICE: Transmission ended. 1068 01:03:13,870 --> 01:03:15,070 REPORTER 1: President Palma, a couple questions, please, sir. 1069 01:03:15,430 --> 01:03:18,160 REPORTER 2: Thoughts before you head to the national convention in Orlando, sir? 1070 01:03:18,550 --> 01:03:19,790 REPORTER 1: Mr. President, do you care to make a statement? 1071 01:03:20,030 --> 01:03:21,150 REPORTER 3: Mr. President, a moment before you head to Orlando? 1072 01:03:21,550 --> 01:03:23,350 PRESIDENT: My friends from Washington, D.C. 1073 01:03:23,750 --> 01:03:27,670 I could never get on a plane without saying hello to you. It's impossible. 1074 01:03:31,870 --> 01:03:33,150 What are you doing here? 1075 01:03:35,710 --> 01:03:37,230 - Are you insane? - Sarah, look. 1076 01:03:37,510 --> 01:03:40,950 Jake needs us to steal the kill codes from Palma. 1077 01:03:41,230 --> 01:03:42,030 Us? 1078 01:03:42,790 --> 01:03:45,110 You're asking me to help you on the word of your asshole brother, 1079 01:03:45,190 --> 01:03:46,790 who you haven't even spoken to for three years. 1080 01:03:46,870 --> 01:03:47,630 Yeah. 1081 01:03:47,870 --> 01:03:51,790 Think about it. Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Cheng, the crazy sim shit, 1082 01:03:51,870 --> 01:03:53,670 the death on the space station. Come on. 1083 01:03:55,510 --> 01:03:57,790 Look, you gotta trust me on this, all right? I'm not kidding around here. 1084 01:03:59,310 --> 01:04:00,880 - Okay. - Look. 1085 01:04:01,230 --> 01:04:04,550 The codes are on Palma's HoloFrame. 1086 01:04:05,630 --> 01:04:06,710 We can't do it on the plane. 1087 01:04:06,790 --> 01:04:07,590 Why not? 1088 01:04:07,710 --> 01:04:09,470 Too many eyes. He's never alone. 1089 01:04:09,710 --> 01:04:11,470 All right, then what's the play? 1090 01:04:12,470 --> 01:04:16,990 Palma wants some private time to shower and make calls before the after-parties. 1091 01:04:17,390 --> 01:04:18,390 You follow. I'll get you inside. 1092 01:04:18,750 --> 01:04:20,270 I can steal the codes while he's in the shower. 1093 01:04:20,630 --> 01:04:22,350 - That's the idea. - Yes, it is. 1094 01:04:24,510 --> 01:04:25,510 (SIGHS AUDIBLY) 1095 01:04:26,630 --> 01:04:27,550 - AUTOMATED VOICE: Warning. - Out of the way. 1096 01:04:27,630 --> 01:04:29,870 - All satellite communication offline. - (ALARM BEEPING) 1097 01:04:30,990 --> 01:04:35,350 All satellite communication offline. All crew report to stations immediately. 1098 01:04:35,430 --> 01:04:36,430 Oh, my God. 1099 01:04:36,710 --> 01:04:39,550 We have nearly 200 satellites reporting malfunctions, 1100 01:04:39,910 --> 01:04:41,400 most of them nearing critical. 1101 01:04:42,630 --> 01:04:45,520 Pull up the satellite closest to critical overload. 1102 01:04:48,430 --> 01:04:50,590 MICKEY: We've lost all control of the Tokyo satellite. 1103 01:04:54,630 --> 01:04:55,670 (THUNDER CRACKING) 1104 01:04:57,670 --> 01:04:59,320 (PEOPLE SCREAMING) 1105 01:05:02,830 --> 01:05:03,830 (GRUNTS) 1106 01:05:08,070 --> 01:05:09,190 (BOTH SCREAM) 1107 01:05:12,470 --> 01:05:13,350 DEKKOM: Max. 1108 01:05:14,030 --> 01:05:15,030 (SIGHS IN RELIEF) 1109 01:05:15,310 --> 01:05:16,990 I didn't know you were coming to the convention. 1110 01:05:17,350 --> 01:05:19,790 (STUTTERING) Yeah. You know, my dad lives in Florida, 1111 01:05:20,150 --> 01:05:21,670 so I promised I'd get him into the convention. 1112 01:05:22,310 --> 01:05:23,550 We need every vote, right? 1113 01:05:23,910 --> 01:05:26,670 Yeah, well, bring him to the green room. We'll do a little photo op. 1114 01:05:26,750 --> 01:05:28,550 Oh, that's very kind of you, sir. Thank you. 1115 01:05:35,030 --> 01:05:35,950 (PEOPLE SCREAMING) 1116 01:05:40,470 --> 01:05:42,590 We've got reports of extreme weather anomalies building 1117 01:05:42,950 --> 01:05:45,110 over Brazil, Mexico, Bucharest, and Belgrade. 1118 01:05:45,470 --> 01:05:47,950 There's over 1,000 storm warnings issued around the world. 1119 01:05:54,350 --> 01:05:56,390 (BIRDS CALLING) 1120 01:06:11,830 --> 01:06:13,400 (PEOPLE SCREAMING) 1121 01:06:19,030 --> 01:06:20,910 AUTOMATED VOICE: Rio de Janeiro satellite critical. 1122 01:06:22,070 --> 01:06:24,070 - (ALARM BLARING) - Retrieval routine offline. 1123 01:06:30,710 --> 01:06:32,550 Chart a new course! 1124 01:06:32,830 --> 01:06:35,030 Get us close to the nearest satellites going critical. 1125 01:06:35,110 --> 01:06:37,510 - What are you trying to do? - We're gonna launch the replacements. 1126 01:06:38,150 --> 01:06:40,830 - As many as we can, as fast as we can. - Wait, wait, wait... 1127 01:06:41,190 --> 01:06:43,030 We have to retrieve the other satellites first. 1128 01:06:43,270 --> 01:06:44,630 Or the replacements will crash into them. 1129 01:06:44,950 --> 01:06:46,110 They're programmed to arrive 1130 01:06:46,350 --> 01:06:47,550 in the exact same destination. 1131 01:06:47,670 --> 01:06:49,710 And they'll knock out the infected satellites. 1132 01:06:49,790 --> 01:06:51,030 - Yeah. - Of course! 1133 01:06:51,750 --> 01:06:52,870 MAN: (ON PA) All crews report to stations 1134 01:06:53,110 --> 01:06:54,550 for Rio satellite replacement. 1135 01:07:05,950 --> 01:07:07,670 (PEOPLE SCREAMING) 1136 01:07:13,550 --> 01:07:15,270 (GASPING) 1137 01:07:15,470 --> 01:07:16,470 AUTOMATED VOICE: Go for launch. 1138 01:07:17,350 --> 01:07:18,190 Away she goes. 1139 01:07:20,110 --> 01:07:22,110 MAN: Satellite replacement for Rio on its way. 1140 01:07:25,670 --> 01:07:27,190 (TIRES SCREECHING) 1141 01:07:37,070 --> 01:07:39,640 AUTOMATED VOICE: Warning. Satellite on collision course. 1142 01:07:39,870 --> 01:07:40,950 Disable the retro-boosters. 1143 01:07:41,230 --> 01:07:42,310 Don't let it slow down. 1144 01:07:45,750 --> 01:07:46,630 (WHIMPERING) 1145 01:08:01,830 --> 01:08:02,910 (YELPING) 1146 01:08:07,950 --> 01:08:08,870 (ALL CHEERING) 1147 01:08:10,030 --> 01:08:11,870 Load 'em up and keep 'em coming! 1148 01:08:12,110 --> 01:08:14,680 AUTOMATED VOICE: Warning. Geostorm alert. 1149 01:08:15,790 --> 01:08:17,470 (ALARM SOUNDING) 1150 01:08:22,070 --> 01:08:25,040 Time to geostorm: one hour, 30 minutes. 1151 01:08:28,190 --> 01:08:29,230 AUDIENCE: Four more years! Four more years! 1152 01:08:30,310 --> 01:08:32,960 PRESIDENT: Thank you. As you know, the environment 1153 01:08:33,190 --> 01:08:35,670 was my late wife's great passion and purpose. 1154 01:08:35,750 --> 01:08:37,870 And I know that she would be extremely proud... 1155 01:08:37,950 --> 01:08:39,990 NEWSCASTER: Caused by the worst hailstorm in recorded history. 1156 01:08:40,070 --> 01:08:43,790 There has been another extreme weather event, this time in Rio de Janeiro. 1157 01:08:44,150 --> 01:08:47,040 An offshore cold front moved rapidly across land, 1158 01:08:47,270 --> 01:08:49,550 plunging the city into dangerously low temperatures. 1159 01:08:49,790 --> 01:08:51,630 There are reports of numerous casualties, 1160 01:08:51,710 --> 01:08:53,950 but we don't know how many at this time. 1161 01:08:54,190 --> 01:08:55,230 We're also hearing that a cargo plane 1162 01:08:55,510 --> 01:08:59,350 may have crashed in the city itself, possibly related to the freezing cold. 1163 01:08:59,710 --> 01:09:03,350 Tokyo and Rio are the first catastrophic events since the launch of Dutch Boy. 1164 01:09:04,990 --> 01:09:07,510 Stay tuned after the break, when we'll be joined by our reporter Sally Jones. 1165 01:09:11,910 --> 01:09:12,790 MAXI Oh, God. 1166 01:09:13,110 --> 01:09:14,070 DEKKOM: Hey, Max! 1167 01:09:18,510 --> 01:09:19,510 Where's your daddy? 1168 01:09:19,710 --> 01:09:21,120 Oh. (CHUCKLES) Uh... 1169 01:09:21,190 --> 01:09:23,710 You know what? He got so caught up in all the excitement. 1170 01:09:23,950 --> 01:09:25,910 I recruited you for this position. 1171 01:09:26,270 --> 01:09:29,430 I know everything about you. Your brother, and your mother's death, 1172 01:09:29,710 --> 01:09:32,030 your father's death, everything. 1173 01:09:32,230 --> 01:09:35,710 Why'd you lie to me, hmm? Why'd you insist on making this trip? 1174 01:09:37,150 --> 01:09:38,390 Tell me what's wrong. 1175 01:09:38,630 --> 01:09:40,550 Maybe I can help you, maybe I can't. 1176 01:09:40,790 --> 01:09:41,950 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1177 01:09:42,030 --> 01:09:42,830 All right, look. 1178 01:09:43,030 --> 01:09:44,990 I gotta tell you something. Come here. 1179 01:09:48,550 --> 01:09:52,440 We are 90 minutes away from a global storm we won't recover from. 1180 01:09:53,190 --> 01:09:54,630 And I need the president's kill codes. 1181 01:09:54,790 --> 01:09:55,830 (SCOFFS) 1182 01:09:56,790 --> 01:09:57,590 Come again? 1183 01:09:57,830 --> 01:09:59,400 We gotta shut Dutch Boy down, now. 1184 01:09:59,630 --> 01:10:00,750 You're serious. 1185 01:10:01,150 --> 01:10:03,150 You say you hired me because you believe in me, right? 1186 01:10:03,870 --> 01:10:06,600 All right, well, I need you to believe in me now. 1187 01:10:06,870 --> 01:10:08,440 (THUNDER RUMBLING) 1188 01:10:10,950 --> 01:10:13,190 Well, we've gotta brief the president. Get to Cape Canaveral. 1189 01:10:13,350 --> 01:10:15,790 No, no, no. We can't do that, sir. 1190 01:10:16,030 --> 01:10:16,830 Why not? 1191 01:10:17,030 --> 01:10:19,190 I believe he's the one who initiated it. 1192 01:10:19,470 --> 01:10:20,910 United we stand. 1193 01:10:21,150 --> 01:10:23,030 United we can. 1194 01:10:23,230 --> 01:10:26,830 AUDIENCE: (CHANTING) Four more years! Four more years! 1195 01:10:27,070 --> 01:10:29,640 You better be goddamn sure of yourself, making accusations like that. 1196 01:10:29,870 --> 01:10:32,110 With all due respect, we don't have time to argue about this. 1197 01:10:32,190 --> 01:10:34,430 Palma and I go way back. Why would he do that? That's insane. 1198 01:10:34,670 --> 01:10:35,710 Yeah, well, he's doing it. 1199 01:10:35,990 --> 01:10:36,870 What's your proof? 1200 01:10:37,150 --> 01:10:39,910 Yeah, I got proof. Dozens of files, all right? 1201 01:10:40,270 --> 01:10:42,030 In Project Zeus. It's all there. 1202 01:10:44,550 --> 01:10:46,430 Well, we can't get the kill codes from the president. 1203 01:10:47,110 --> 01:10:47,910 Why not? 1204 01:10:48,270 --> 01:10:50,550 Because the president is the kill codes. 1205 01:10:50,950 --> 01:10:54,150 Biometrics. Ten fingerprints, two retina scans. 1206 01:10:55,310 --> 01:10:56,310 Well, what do we do? 1207 01:10:57,830 --> 01:11:00,990 I'll have to reason with him. We'll have to reason with him. 1208 01:11:01,190 --> 01:11:03,230 Satellites are going critical over Florida. 1209 01:11:03,350 --> 01:11:04,790 JAKE: Load a replacement sat, now. 1210 01:11:04,870 --> 01:11:06,520 (ALARM SOUNDING) 1211 01:11:06,590 --> 01:11:13,550 AUTOMATED VOICE: (REPEATS) Station self-destruct sequence initiated. 1212 01:11:14,190 --> 01:11:15,790 Phase one commencing now. 1213 01:11:17,190 --> 01:11:18,350 Okay. Shut that down! 1214 01:11:18,590 --> 01:11:19,750 MICKEY: I can't. I'm locked out. 1215 01:11:20,030 --> 01:11:21,680 We built in backdoor overrides. 1216 01:11:21,750 --> 01:11:22,670 Yeah, I'm trying them. 1217 01:11:23,390 --> 01:11:25,550 If we lose the station, we won't be able to control the satellites. 1218 01:11:27,550 --> 01:11:28,550 Self-destruct? 1219 01:11:29,510 --> 01:11:31,230 Why would you build that into the station? 1220 01:11:31,310 --> 01:11:33,110 In case it fell to Earth. 1221 01:11:33,790 --> 01:11:35,590 Where's Duncan? 1222 01:11:35,790 --> 01:11:38,150 He's the one with enough programming expertise to override the commands. 1223 01:11:39,910 --> 01:11:40,990 Duncan. 1224 01:11:42,230 --> 01:11:43,070 (TURBULENCE) 1225 01:11:47,110 --> 01:11:48,030 (PANICKED CHATTER) 1226 01:11:48,190 --> 01:11:49,030 JAKE: That's the fuel tanks. 1227 01:11:49,270 --> 01:11:50,310 They're the first to go. 1228 01:11:50,550 --> 01:11:52,790 Then section by section until command and retrieval. 1229 01:11:53,030 --> 01:11:54,870 Okay, everybody, get to the shuttles! 1230 01:11:55,150 --> 01:11:56,800 Evacuate! 1231 01:11:57,070 --> 01:11:59,150 Come on, we gotta hurry! Go, go, go! 1232 01:12:03,630 --> 01:12:05,670 Jake, what are you still doing here? 1233 01:12:05,950 --> 01:12:07,310 (GRUNTING) 1234 01:12:07,670 --> 01:12:08,510 That felt good. 1235 01:12:09,470 --> 01:12:10,910 Been wanting to do that since I first met you. 1236 01:12:11,150 --> 01:12:12,270 Have you gone mad? 1237 01:12:12,510 --> 01:12:14,470 - Yeah, pretty much. - (GRUNTS) 1238 01:12:14,750 --> 01:12:16,080 The virus. 1239 01:12:16,150 --> 01:12:18,630 You're the only one that could have put it in the system. 1240 01:12:18,950 --> 01:12:21,790 You're the only one who could've sealed off the backdoor. 1241 01:12:23,470 --> 01:12:25,230 The only one that could've helped to pull this off. 1242 01:12:27,150 --> 01:12:31,280 I need the overrides for the self-destruct to the station, now! 1243 01:12:31,550 --> 01:12:32,670 I mean, what for? 1244 01:12:32,950 --> 01:12:34,520 I'm not gonna be here when it blows. 1245 01:12:35,790 --> 01:12:36,710 But you will. 1246 01:12:39,950 --> 01:12:41,150 Come on, man. Why'd you do it? 1247 01:12:41,390 --> 01:12:45,360 Well, you know what us lowly scientists get paid? 1248 01:12:45,590 --> 01:12:47,870 Take that times 1,000. 1249 01:12:48,110 --> 01:12:49,110 What difference is it gonna make? 1250 01:12:49,190 --> 01:12:51,630 If you don't stop, there's not gonna be a planet to spend it on. 1251 01:12:51,950 --> 01:12:54,430 Please. We're gonna keep all the best bits. 1252 01:12:54,710 --> 01:12:58,710 Aren't you a little bit curious to watch the world burn? 1253 01:12:59,590 --> 01:13:02,350 No. 'Cause millions of people are gonna die. 1254 01:13:04,030 --> 01:13:05,310 And one of them's my daughter. 1255 01:13:07,270 --> 01:13:08,230 (DUNCAN GRUNTING) 1256 01:13:11,790 --> 01:13:13,030 (YELLS) 1257 01:13:23,350 --> 01:13:25,230 (BOTH GRUNTING) 1258 01:13:26,950 --> 01:13:28,150 (CRACKING RAPIDLY) 1259 01:13:34,910 --> 01:13:35,750 Oh, shit. 1260 01:13:40,990 --> 01:13:44,030 (THUNDER RUMBLING) 1261 01:13:46,630 --> 01:13:48,710 Holding room for the president down on the left. 1262 01:13:48,950 --> 01:13:50,110 We'll confront him there. 1263 01:13:52,030 --> 01:13:52,830 Project Zeus. 1264 01:13:53,790 --> 01:13:54,990 Did Cheng tell you anything else? 1265 01:13:58,350 --> 01:13:59,230 Cheng? 1266 01:14:07,150 --> 01:14:10,750 NEWSCASTER: But this president knows that hope is not a plan. 1267 01:14:11,150 --> 01:14:12,230 This president knows 1268 01:14:12,590 --> 01:14:14,000 that despite how far we've come, 1269 01:14:14,350 --> 01:14:16,190 there is much more work ahead. 1270 01:14:18,270 --> 01:14:19,950 MILLER: Working to save our planet 1271 01:14:21,030 --> 01:14:24,030 is my first priority as vice president. 1272 01:14:25,430 --> 01:14:27,350 This is but a stepping stone to the success 1273 01:14:28,190 --> 01:14:32,190 and greatness that can and will be the future of our society. 1274 01:14:32,350 --> 01:14:33,150 DEKKOM: Excuse me. 1275 01:14:33,470 --> 01:14:36,120 MILLER: That's why I'm here tonight with the Speaker of the House, 1276 01:14:36,390 --> 01:14:39,870 the Senate pro tempore, and President Palma's whole cabinet. 1277 01:14:40,510 --> 01:14:42,110 We all stand united in support... 1278 01:14:42,470 --> 01:14:43,590 Palma doesn't leave the building. 1279 01:14:43,950 --> 01:14:45,190 - Yes, sir. - Let's go. 1280 01:14:49,830 --> 01:14:50,950 Where have you been? 1281 01:14:51,030 --> 01:14:52,600 Come here. 1282 01:14:52,990 --> 01:14:54,790 It's not the president, all right? It's Dekkom. 1283 01:14:55,030 --> 01:14:56,910 Dekkom? How do you know? 1284 01:14:57,150 --> 01:14:59,150 Because he just tried to kill me. That's how I know. 1285 01:14:59,510 --> 01:15:02,870 Look, the sim shows Orlando is the next city to be hit. 1286 01:15:03,110 --> 01:15:05,070 Here? Why would he do that? 1287 01:15:05,310 --> 01:15:07,070 Because Dekkom wants Palma trapped here, all right? 1288 01:15:07,350 --> 01:15:10,350 And everyone else who's next in line for the presidency. 1289 01:15:10,670 --> 01:15:12,030 (PANTING) 1290 01:15:12,630 --> 01:15:13,670 Are we still stealing the codes? 1291 01:15:14,710 --> 01:15:17,630 The president is the kill codes, all right? They're biometric. 1292 01:15:17,990 --> 01:15:20,030 If Palma dies, Dutch Boy can't be stopped. 1293 01:15:20,430 --> 01:15:22,590 Sure, kidnap the president. That sounds like the reasonable move. 1294 01:15:22,750 --> 01:15:24,350 Yeah, well, it's the only move we've got. 1295 01:15:25,350 --> 01:15:27,310 Unless you wanna steal his fingers and his eyes. 1296 01:15:27,510 --> 01:15:28,470 Huh? 1297 01:15:33,910 --> 01:15:35,400 We go now. 1298 01:15:35,790 --> 01:15:36,990 You get us a car. 1299 01:15:38,150 --> 01:15:39,150 I'll get us a president. 1300 01:15:39,710 --> 01:15:40,830 All right, good. 1301 01:15:41,190 --> 01:15:42,470 MILLER: The program did not gain 1302 01:15:42,550 --> 01:15:45,590 the immense international support that it... 1303 01:15:45,950 --> 01:15:50,080 Gunman spotted. POTUS is compromised. Evac to secure location Alpha. 1304 01:15:51,790 --> 01:15:52,590 - (PEOPLE SCREAMING) - Get him out, get him out! 1305 01:16:01,310 --> 01:16:02,430 GO, go: 1306 01:16:06,310 --> 01:16:07,720 (ALARM SOUNDING) 1307 01:16:11,830 --> 01:16:13,630 Secret Service! Get back! Get back! 1308 01:16:13,910 --> 01:16:15,070 You got a 20 on the shooters? 1309 01:16:15,150 --> 01:16:17,800 Front mezzanine by exit 212! Two men with automatics! 1310 01:16:17,870 --> 01:16:19,280 - I'm on it! You get POTUS! - You two, 1311 01:16:19,510 --> 01:16:21,080 secure this entrance! No one comes down this hallway! 1312 01:16:21,310 --> 01:16:23,270 Nobody gets through! Hard room, Lammy. 1313 01:16:23,550 --> 01:16:24,350 - LAMMY: Got it! - You two, 1314 01:16:24,670 --> 01:16:26,000 clear the emergency exit now! 1315 01:16:31,910 --> 01:16:33,030 (BOTH GRUNT) 1316 01:16:33,710 --> 01:16:34,670 I'm sorry, Mr. President. 1317 01:16:35,510 --> 01:16:36,790 You need to come with me. 1318 01:16:39,590 --> 01:16:41,030 SECURITY GUARD: This exit is Off limits! 1319 01:16:41,950 --> 01:16:43,070 AUTOMATED VOICE: Please remain calm. 1320 01:16:46,230 --> 01:16:47,830 Seriously? A self-driving cab? 1321 01:16:48,230 --> 01:16:50,230 Dana jacked it remotely. It was all I could get. 1322 01:16:50,590 --> 01:16:51,590 What the hell's going on here, Lawson? 1323 01:16:51,750 --> 01:16:54,110 Please, sir. Look, I'll explain everything in the car. 1324 01:16:54,510 --> 01:16:56,750 Please, sir! We don't have much time! 1325 01:17:06,310 --> 01:17:07,670 (TIRES SCREECHING) 1326 01:17:13,310 --> 01:17:15,510 - (ALARM BLARING) - Keep moving! Get to the shuttles! 1327 01:17:16,390 --> 01:17:17,190 Keep going! 1328 01:17:17,550 --> 01:17:18,550 Quick! 1329 01:17:19,750 --> 01:17:23,510 AUTOMATED VOICE: Time to geostorm, 55 minutes. 1330 01:17:38,390 --> 01:17:40,070 (PANICKED SHOUTS AND SCREAMS) 1331 01:17:42,870 --> 01:17:45,710 Sir, I can barely hear you. The storm is causing too much static. 1332 01:17:45,990 --> 01:17:47,480 DEKKOM: The Secret Service will be homing in 1333 01:17:47,550 --> 01:17:49,590 on the beacon on the president's HoloFrame. 1334 01:17:49,870 --> 01:17:51,360 You have got to get to him before they do. 1335 01:17:51,710 --> 01:17:54,550 Under no circumstances can he make it out of Orlando. 1336 01:17:55,150 --> 01:17:57,510 Our man on the space station did his job. 1337 01:17:57,790 --> 01:17:59,710 - Now you do yours. - Copy that. Got it. 1338 01:18:05,510 --> 01:18:07,750 - Dekkom? - JAKE: It's the perfect weapon, sir. 1339 01:18:08,030 --> 01:18:10,390 All right, Dekkom is trying to change the map of the world. 1340 01:18:10,470 --> 01:18:12,150 And what? Blame it on a computer glitch? 1341 01:18:12,230 --> 01:18:14,470 Yeah, well, that and a dead president. 1342 01:18:14,750 --> 01:18:18,550 He'll take office after wiping out everyone in the line of succession. 1343 01:18:21,630 --> 01:18:22,630 (PEOPLE SCREAMING) 1344 01:18:29,310 --> 01:18:30,470 Dear God. 1345 01:18:50,950 --> 01:18:52,600 - Get to cover! Under the bridge. - Sir. 1346 01:19:08,070 --> 01:19:09,190 (BARKING) 1347 01:19:09,790 --> 01:19:10,910 (BOY SHOUTING) 1348 01:19:18,550 --> 01:19:19,670 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1349 01:19:34,790 --> 01:19:37,030 You are implicating the Secretary of State in this. 1350 01:19:37,310 --> 01:19:38,510 Do you realize you're committing... 1351 01:19:38,590 --> 01:19:40,510 Treason. Oh, yeah. I kidnapped the president. 1352 01:19:40,750 --> 01:19:44,030 I've stolen state secrets. Anything I'm forgetting, honey? 1353 01:19:44,870 --> 01:19:45,830 Honey? 1354 01:19:46,510 --> 01:19:47,390 Guilty. 1355 01:19:47,630 --> 01:19:49,430 It took years for Dekkom to plan this, sir. 1356 01:19:49,510 --> 01:19:51,390 A president's schedule always changes last minute. 1357 01:19:51,470 --> 01:19:53,710 This is the one day and date he could be sure wouldn't move. 1358 01:19:53,790 --> 01:19:54,830 Having my brother and I 1359 01:19:54,910 --> 01:19:57,070 lead the investigation was a setup from the start. 1360 01:19:57,350 --> 01:19:58,310 Think about it. 1361 01:19:58,630 --> 01:20:00,070 He hired us to fail. 1362 01:20:01,270 --> 01:20:01,910 (GUN FIRES) 1363 01:20:02,030 --> 01:20:02,670 Get down! 1364 01:20:50,390 --> 01:20:51,830 All right, it's saying we're back in the clear, 1365 01:20:52,070 --> 01:20:53,070 where the four meets the 91! 1366 01:20:57,350 --> 01:20:58,920 Just gotta take care of a little problem first. 1367 01:20:59,510 --> 01:21:00,550 (TIRES SCREECHING) 1368 01:21:13,030 --> 01:21:14,360 Hold on! 1369 01:21:15,390 --> 01:21:16,470 MAXI No! 1370 01:21:22,070 --> 01:21:23,030 - Marry her. - (PANTING) 1371 01:21:42,470 --> 01:21:43,550 (GROANING) 1372 01:21:50,510 --> 01:21:51,550 (GRUNTING) 1373 01:22:00,910 --> 01:22:02,030 No. We're fine here. 1374 01:22:02,110 --> 01:22:03,310 NEWSCASTER: A lightning storm in Orlando 1375 01:22:03,390 --> 01:22:05,710 has caused a horrific explosion at the DNC. 1376 01:22:06,830 --> 01:22:09,510 There is no official word on the whereabouts of the president... 1377 01:22:09,870 --> 01:22:11,630 I don't know. I don't know. 1378 01:22:12,750 --> 01:22:14,950 (SIGHS) I just can't get in touch with Jake. 1379 01:22:15,270 --> 01:22:18,190 And we have reports now of explosions on the space station. 1380 01:22:18,510 --> 01:22:21,830 Honey, the Orlando storm is getting really close to your dad's place. 1381 01:22:22,110 --> 01:22:25,630 I can't get through to him. Has he texted you? 1382 01:22:25,830 --> 01:22:26,870 He's not there. 1383 01:22:28,910 --> 01:22:29,790 He's there. 1384 01:22:31,670 --> 01:22:33,990 Of a major issue on the space station. 1385 01:22:38,990 --> 01:22:42,910 WOMAN: (ON PA) Attention all crews. Now loading final shuttle. 1386 01:22:42,990 --> 01:22:43,990 (PANICKED CHATTER) 1387 01:22:48,870 --> 01:22:53,030 Please board your designated evacuation shuttles immediately. 1388 01:22:53,230 --> 01:22:55,990 Shuttle launch sequence initiated. 1389 01:22:56,470 --> 01:22:57,830 UTE: Jake. 1390 01:22:58,350 --> 01:23:00,150 - I'm not coming. - What? 1391 01:23:00,510 --> 01:23:02,590 When my brother gets those kill codes, 1392 01:23:02,830 --> 01:23:04,110 someone has to be here to execute the program. 1393 01:23:04,190 --> 01:23:05,550 No. We need to go. 1394 01:23:05,630 --> 01:23:07,040 We haven't heard from him in hours. 1395 01:23:07,310 --> 01:23:08,350 I trust him. 1396 01:23:08,670 --> 01:23:11,190 You know the reboot has to be done manually. 1397 01:23:11,550 --> 01:23:12,670 Then I stay. I'm the commander. 1398 01:23:12,910 --> 01:23:13,950 No. 1399 01:23:14,910 --> 01:23:17,350 I'm the only one my brother will trust with the codes, 1400 01:23:18,550 --> 01:23:19,790 so I need your HoloFrame. 1401 01:23:20,870 --> 01:23:21,870 (SIGHS) 1402 01:23:24,830 --> 01:23:27,030 You have to insert it manually at the core of the mainframe. 1403 01:23:29,110 --> 01:23:30,190 You can find it, yes? 1404 01:23:31,030 --> 01:23:32,030 - Yes. - Good. 1405 01:23:36,030 --> 01:23:37,030 Goodbye, Ute. 1406 01:23:38,910 --> 01:23:40,790 Auf Wiedersehen, Jake. 1407 01:23:50,430 --> 01:23:51,510 DEKKOM: Pull over here. 1408 01:23:51,990 --> 01:23:54,310 The president's beacon shows him heading right towards us. 1409 01:23:58,910 --> 01:24:00,430 You really wanna drive back into that? 1410 01:24:00,830 --> 01:24:04,910 Yeah, right after it passes, I'll be the sole survivor, 1411 01:24:05,310 --> 01:24:08,670 ready to be sworn in as the next President of the United States. 1412 01:24:19,950 --> 01:24:21,280 Here they come. 1413 01:24:28,150 --> 01:24:28,910 Fire. 1414 01:24:54,670 --> 01:24:55,750 (GASPS) 1415 01:24:56,270 --> 01:24:58,840 You thought the president was the only one who could be tracked? 1416 01:25:07,910 --> 01:25:09,400 - How in hell did you... - How? 1417 01:25:10,230 --> 01:25:13,350 Because I'm the goddamn President of the United States of America. 1418 01:25:13,590 --> 01:25:15,240 - You're done, Leonard. - (SIRENS WAILING) 1419 01:25:21,350 --> 01:25:22,390 He's all yours. 1420 01:25:27,790 --> 01:25:28,790 Wait, wait! Wait a minute. 1421 01:25:29,150 --> 01:25:31,150 I've given you an opportunity, Mr. President. 1422 01:25:31,430 --> 01:25:32,840 You should take it. 1423 01:25:33,110 --> 01:25:35,510 An opportunity? Let him go! 1424 01:25:35,790 --> 01:25:36,710 It's genocide, Leonard! 1425 01:25:36,990 --> 01:25:39,720 You say genocide, I say preemptive strike. 1426 01:25:39,950 --> 01:25:41,150 You've lost your mind! 1427 01:25:41,430 --> 01:25:44,160 Tomorrow the sun will rise. All our enemies will be gone. 1428 01:25:44,870 --> 01:25:47,070 Wiped away as if by the hand of God. 1429 01:25:49,030 --> 01:25:50,390 Why would you do this? 1430 01:25:50,670 --> 01:25:52,430 Because no one else would. 1431 01:25:52,710 --> 01:25:54,630 I'm turning the clock back to 1945, 1432 01:25:54,870 --> 01:25:59,190 when America was a shining city on a hill, not a bank disguised as a country. 1433 01:25:59,430 --> 01:26:00,710 By Playing God? 1434 01:26:00,990 --> 01:26:03,390 What the hell is Dutch Boy if not playing God? 1435 01:26:03,790 --> 01:26:05,310 Ask Max. He knows. 1436 01:26:05,550 --> 01:26:07,350 Science is all about playing God. 1437 01:26:07,670 --> 01:26:09,870 Sometimes God doesn't play so nice. 1438 01:26:10,670 --> 01:26:12,590 Yeah, well, you know what my brother would say? 1439 01:26:12,830 --> 01:26:13,630 What? 1440 01:26:20,790 --> 01:26:21,950 Get him outta here! 1441 01:26:24,350 --> 01:26:25,310 Let's go, Lawson! 1442 01:26:27,670 --> 01:26:29,470 That's my fiancé. 1443 01:26:40,310 --> 01:26:41,470 (URGING CAMEL) 1444 01:27:03,990 --> 01:27:05,560 (ALL SCREAMING) 1445 01:27:25,470 --> 01:27:27,430 MAN: Get the president to cover! Hurry! 1446 01:27:28,150 --> 01:27:29,190 (ALARM BLARING) 1447 01:27:35,150 --> 01:27:36,720 Mr. President. 1448 01:27:36,990 --> 01:27:37,830 We got the kill codes. 1449 01:27:38,070 --> 01:27:39,990 You'll have to hurry. The station is in full shutdown. 1450 01:27:40,230 --> 01:27:41,270 What about the crew? 1451 01:27:41,670 --> 01:27:42,470 Safe. 1452 01:27:42,590 --> 01:27:44,550 But Jake decided to stay. 1453 01:27:44,830 --> 01:27:46,790 To reboot the satellites. 1454 01:27:47,990 --> 01:27:49,350 Your brother is waiting for you. 1455 01:27:50,870 --> 01:27:52,470 Come on. 1456 01:27:55,350 --> 01:27:56,760 AUTOMATED VOICE: Virtual conference initiating. 1457 01:27:56,830 --> 01:27:58,030 Hey- 1458 01:28:00,510 --> 01:28:01,350 MAXI Jake. 1459 01:28:02,150 --> 01:28:03,230 Jake, it was Dekkom. 1460 01:28:04,310 --> 01:28:06,150 Well, I did say I might be wrong. 1461 01:28:06,870 --> 01:28:07,950 Mr. President. 1462 01:28:10,030 --> 01:28:10,870 How's Hannah? 1463 01:28:11,110 --> 01:28:12,150 Oh, she's good. She's safe. 1464 01:28:12,430 --> 01:28:13,670 Atlanta wasn't hit. 1465 01:28:14,430 --> 01:28:15,350 JAKE: Thank God. 1466 01:28:16,910 --> 01:28:19,800 AUTOMATED VOICE: Identity verified. Shutdown protocol transfer initiating. 1467 01:28:20,150 --> 01:28:21,590 It's gonna take 60 seconds to upload. 1468 01:28:22,230 --> 01:28:23,430 How long till the self-destruct? 1469 01:28:24,030 --> 01:28:24,870 Eight minutes, 1470 01:28:25,550 --> 01:28:26,350 give or take. 1471 01:28:26,710 --> 01:28:27,590 Mr. Lawson, 1472 01:28:28,630 --> 01:28:30,830 we thank you for your sacrifice. 1473 01:28:37,790 --> 01:28:39,440 Wait. What the hell's going on? 1474 01:28:39,710 --> 01:28:41,070 You've done your part, Max. 1475 01:28:41,390 --> 01:28:42,550 Jake, what is going on? 1476 01:28:42,870 --> 01:28:44,150 Now it's time for me to do mine. 1477 01:28:46,710 --> 01:28:47,910 No, no, no. 1478 01:28:48,430 --> 01:28:50,590 The kill codes don't stop the self-destruct, do they? 1479 01:28:52,390 --> 01:28:53,230 Do they? 1480 01:28:54,590 --> 01:28:55,430 No, 1481 01:28:55,950 --> 01:28:57,030 only the geostorm. 1482 01:28:57,390 --> 01:28:59,830 The station self-destruct can't be reversed. 1483 01:29:01,350 --> 01:29:03,920 Come on, come on. There must be a way, huh? 1484 01:29:04,630 --> 01:29:06,950 (TEARFULLY) Come on. It's all my fault. I'm the one who put you up there! 1485 01:29:07,030 --> 01:29:08,070 Hey, it's okay. 1486 01:29:09,790 --> 01:29:11,990 I wanted to go. It was my choice. 1487 01:29:13,950 --> 01:29:15,710 God knows, 1488 01:29:16,030 --> 01:29:17,710 I haven't always made the right ones. 1489 01:29:20,470 --> 01:29:22,070 You know, you were right, little brother. 1490 01:29:25,150 --> 01:29:26,950 I was supposed to look after you. 1491 01:29:30,310 --> 01:29:31,880 But you looked after me. 1492 01:29:36,510 --> 01:29:37,630 Can you forgive me? 1493 01:29:38,830 --> 01:29:40,070 Yeah, always. 1494 01:29:42,550 --> 01:29:43,910 Look after my little girl. 1495 01:29:45,830 --> 01:29:47,240 Stay in her life. 1496 01:29:48,070 --> 01:29:49,070 I will. 1497 01:29:52,430 --> 01:29:54,080 We should've done this a long time ago, huh? 1498 01:29:54,830 --> 01:29:55,630 Yeah. 1499 01:29:57,510 --> 01:29:58,750 You're a good man, Jake. 1500 01:30:00,310 --> 01:30:01,390 I'll see you, kiddo. 1501 01:30:01,910 --> 01:30:03,150 (ELECTRICITY CRACKLING) 1502 01:30:03,590 --> 01:30:04,750 AUTOMATED VOICE: Transfer complete. 1503 01:30:11,590 --> 01:30:15,640 Time to geostorm: 5 minutes, 51 seconds. 1504 01:30:19,710 --> 01:30:21,040 (YELLS) 1505 01:30:21,750 --> 01:30:22,910 (GRUNTS) 1506 01:30:38,670 --> 01:30:41,110 AUTOMATED VOICE: Warning. Core rotation has terminated. 1507 01:30:44,310 --> 01:30:46,310 NEWSCASTER: We don't know what's happening up there. 1508 01:30:46,670 --> 01:30:50,510 We just know the station has suffered a devastating accident of some kind. 1509 01:30:51,070 --> 01:30:54,070 We're being told now it is beyond repair or salvation. 1510 01:30:55,310 --> 01:30:56,110 Honey. 1511 01:30:56,550 --> 01:30:57,710 He's coming back. 1512 01:30:59,150 --> 01:31:00,150 He promised me. 1513 01:31:00,510 --> 01:31:03,270 We will keep you updated with any new developments. 1514 01:31:05,390 --> 01:31:06,670 (ALARM BLARING) 1515 01:31:15,550 --> 01:31:16,960 (PANICKED SHOUTING) 1516 01:31:24,390 --> 01:31:27,390 AUTOMATED VOICE: Self-destruct entering phase four. 1517 01:31:40,790 --> 01:31:41,830 (BEEPING) 1518 01:31:42,110 --> 01:31:44,070 Code in valid. 1519 01:31:45,630 --> 01:31:46,590 (EXHALES) 1520 01:31:47,550 --> 01:31:48,630 Code in valid. 1521 01:31:50,110 --> 01:31:51,030 UTE: Need a hand? 1522 01:31:56,110 --> 01:31:57,110 Wrong door. 1523 01:32:01,830 --> 01:32:02,750 What're you doing here? 1524 01:32:03,430 --> 01:32:05,270 I told you. I live here. 1525 01:32:06,190 --> 01:32:07,430 (DOOR OPENS) 1526 01:32:18,070 --> 01:32:21,150 AUTOMATED VOICE: Time to geostorm: 1 minute, 40 seconds. 1527 01:32:22,430 --> 01:32:24,390 (ALARM CONTINUES BLARING) 1528 01:32:26,710 --> 01:32:28,150 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 1529 01:32:34,950 --> 01:32:36,600 AUTOMATED VOICE: Uploading kill codes. 1530 01:32:37,870 --> 01:32:39,150 (CAR ALARM BLARING) 1531 01:32:49,150 --> 01:32:50,310 (ALL SCREAMING) 1532 01:32:53,470 --> 01:32:55,790 Satellite shutdown in process. 1533 01:32:59,470 --> 01:33:02,310 JAKE: When the last satellite cycles down, let me know. 1534 01:33:02,950 --> 01:33:05,520 I'll manually reboot the entire system. 1535 01:33:05,670 --> 01:33:08,590 - That should flush out the virus. - Okay. 1536 01:33:14,790 --> 01:33:15,790 (SHOUTING) 1537 01:33:31,390 --> 01:33:32,390 Five to go. 1538 01:33:38,270 --> 01:33:39,070 Three. 1539 01:33:39,350 --> 01:33:40,710 - Come on, baby. - Two. 1540 01:33:42,790 --> 01:33:44,360 And one. 1541 01:33:46,430 --> 01:33:48,830 AUTOMATED VOICE: Manual reboot activated. 1542 01:33:48,990 --> 01:33:51,150 (POWER SHUTTING DOWN) 1543 01:34:03,550 --> 01:34:04,710 (BEEPING RAPIDLY) 1544 01:34:06,950 --> 01:34:08,230 (ALL CHEERING) 1545 01:34:10,190 --> 01:34:11,630 Status: rebooting. 1546 01:34:12,190 --> 01:34:14,470 UTE: The net is back up. The virus is gone. 1547 01:34:15,510 --> 01:34:18,910 Transferring control of the net back to NASA. 1548 01:34:29,830 --> 01:34:30,990 (UTE PANTING) 1549 01:34:32,590 --> 01:34:33,350 Jake! 1550 01:34:42,630 --> 01:34:43,590 We got you! 1551 01:34:44,190 --> 01:34:47,750 AUTOMATED VOICE: Warning. Self-destruct entering final stage. 1552 01:34:54,510 --> 01:34:56,190 (JAKE PANTING) 1553 01:34:56,390 --> 01:34:57,430 Best seat in the house. 1554 01:35:08,030 --> 01:35:08,830 Ute, 1555 01:35:11,630 --> 01:35:12,990 do you believe in a Hail Mary? 1556 01:35:15,150 --> 01:35:17,470 Follow me. We gotta get to the satellite. 1557 01:35:40,190 --> 01:35:41,190 (GRUNTING) 1558 01:35:44,510 --> 01:35:45,470 (UTE GRUNTING) 1559 01:35:48,910 --> 01:35:49,790 (PANTING) 1560 01:35:56,870 --> 01:35:58,030 JAKE: I've got you. 1561 01:36:03,470 --> 01:36:06,470 We've gotta get away as far as we can before the final detonation. 1562 01:36:07,990 --> 01:36:08,910 AUTOMATED VOICE: Dock releasing. 1563 01:36:20,070 --> 01:36:21,310 (MAX GASPS SOFTLY) 1564 01:36:34,630 --> 01:36:35,710 (STIFLED CRYING) 1565 01:36:48,950 --> 01:36:52,030 NEWSCASTER: And it appears we have lost the space station. 1566 01:36:52,430 --> 01:36:55,470 A tragic ending for the two heroes still aboard. 1567 01:37:03,830 --> 01:37:05,510 (BEEPING) 1568 01:37:10,830 --> 01:37:12,030 Hey, Max, take a look. 1569 01:37:15,350 --> 01:37:17,430 I'm picking up exhaust flares, 1570 01:37:17,790 --> 01:37:20,990 and they're pulsing in a Mayday pattern. 1571 01:37:29,630 --> 01:37:31,670 See if we can turn one of the shuttles around. 1572 01:37:41,710 --> 01:37:43,790 JAKE: Hopefully, someone sees this. 1573 01:37:44,590 --> 01:37:45,790 (EXHALES) 1574 01:37:47,710 --> 01:37:49,120 Fingers crossed. 1575 01:37:53,870 --> 01:37:54,990 (SIGHS) 1576 01:38:05,870 --> 01:38:06,950 (THUD) 1577 01:38:20,030 --> 01:38:21,470 (JAKE LAUGHING) 1578 01:38:22,270 --> 01:38:24,350 Hernandez, you son of a bitch! 1579 01:38:25,110 --> 01:38:26,150 Thank the Mexican. 1580 01:38:34,950 --> 01:38:36,600 (ALL CHEERING) 1581 01:38:44,310 --> 01:38:46,710 Yes! Come here. Yes! 1582 01:38:46,790 --> 01:38:47,790 (GRUNTS) 1583 01:39:05,270 --> 01:39:06,550 (SHOUTS IN HINDI) 1584 01:39:07,670 --> 01:39:09,000 (BARKS) 1585 01:39:10,230 --> 01:39:11,470 (BOY SPEAKS HINDI) 1586 01:39:19,190 --> 01:39:20,680 NEWSCASTER: A miracle indeed. 1587 01:39:21,390 --> 01:39:24,910 The shuttle you see is bringing home all the ISS crew members 1588 01:39:25,030 --> 01:39:26,550 who remained on the station. 1589 01:39:26,630 --> 01:39:27,630 (HANNAH CHUCKLES) 1590 01:39:27,870 --> 01:39:29,280 (ALL CHEERING) 1591 01:39:33,750 --> 01:39:35,510 (SIRENS WAIL) 1592 01:39:41,270 --> 01:39:44,750 Hi, Jake. I'm Sarah, Max's fiancée. 1593 01:39:45,470 --> 01:39:46,910 Oh, welcome to the family. 1594 01:39:47,230 --> 01:39:49,350 - (SARAH LAUGHS) - Well done, well done, both of you. 1595 01:39:50,430 --> 01:39:52,000 Sorry I doubted you, Mr. President. 1596 01:39:52,230 --> 01:39:54,960 Yeah, well, you were wrong, Jake, again. 1597 01:39:55,030 --> 01:39:57,350 Well, how many times do I have to tell you? 1598 01:39:57,870 --> 01:39:58,870 Never listen to me. 1599 01:40:04,670 --> 01:40:06,080 (JAKE LAUGHS) 1600 01:40:07,670 --> 01:40:09,190 God, it's good to have you back, man. 1601 01:40:09,510 --> 01:40:10,670 Good to be back. 1602 01:40:36,590 --> 01:40:38,430 MAX: It's a nice place you got here, Jake. 1603 01:40:39,430 --> 01:40:40,310 JAKE: Thank you. 1604 01:40:41,870 --> 01:40:43,360 So when you heading back up? 1605 01:40:44,550 --> 01:40:45,790 - In a week. - Yeah? 1606 01:40:46,390 --> 01:40:47,880 Yeah, a lot of work left. 1607 01:40:49,030 --> 01:40:50,630 (EXHALES) But I'll be back. 1608 01:40:52,430 --> 01:40:53,590 I know. 1609 01:41:03,830 --> 01:41:05,550 - This sucks. - Yeah, seriously, this is so boring. 1610 01:41:05,670 --> 01:41:07,670 You know what? I can't do this for another second. 1611 01:41:08,310 --> 01:41:09,590 Now, Why'd you make us do this in the first place? 1612 01:41:09,830 --> 01:41:11,590 I don't know. I was trying to relive a moment. 1613 01:41:11,830 --> 01:41:13,430 MAX: A moment? What moment? 1614 01:41:13,670 --> 01:41:16,480 We never went fishing with Dad. You made that whole story up. 1615 01:41:16,750 --> 01:41:18,320 JAKE: Yeah, but that was a good story, though, huh? 1616 01:41:18,670 --> 01:41:19,910 I mean, you gotta give me that. 1617 01:41:20,110 --> 01:41:21,790 I mean, it had a moral and everything. 1618 01:41:21,870 --> 01:41:23,790 MAX: (LAUGHING) Moral? What moral? 1619 01:41:28,030 --> 01:41:29,470 HANNAH: You can't undo the past. 1620 01:41:29,750 --> 01:41:31,670 All you can do is face what's ahead. 1621 01:41:32,550 --> 01:41:35,750 NASA maintained the satellites while we rebuilt the space station. 1622 01:41:36,550 --> 01:41:41,070 We made it safer, made it stronger. It belongs to all of us now. 1623 01:41:41,670 --> 01:41:43,590 One planet, one people. 1624 01:41:44,630 --> 01:41:49,590 And as long as we remember that we share one future, we will survive.