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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,434 --> 00:00:02,696 Nobokov. 2 00:00:03,136 --> 00:00:04,501 JO: Who is Nobokov, anyway? 3 00:00:04,604 --> 00:00:06,629 KGB's best. Has been for years. 4 00:00:07,273 --> 00:00:09,070 JO: He's the Russian who saved Locke's life. 5 00:00:09,142 --> 00:00:11,440 We remain locked in with the gas until it is dumped. 6 00:00:11,511 --> 00:00:15,413 Now, we can do this the easy way or my way. 7 00:00:15,915 --> 00:00:16,904 And if the gas leaks? 8 00:00:17,650 --> 00:00:19,174 The whole central nervous system evaporates. 9 00:00:22,155 --> 00:00:23,588 I'm just playing by the rules. 10 00:00:23,890 --> 00:00:26,051 SKYWATCH: We have a Code Red. I have a runaway train. 11 00:00:26,760 --> 00:00:28,421 NOBOKOV: I won't let Randolph get you. 12 00:00:28,995 --> 00:00:30,587 I'll kill you myself. 13 00:02:46,299 --> 00:02:49,427 I don't believe it. A boxcar full of poison gas 14 00:02:49,502 --> 00:02:51,834 and they're probably arguing about who climbs in first. 15 00:02:52,572 --> 00:02:53,561 They'll sort it out. 16 00:02:53,640 --> 00:02:57,599 Yeah. I'd feel better if they'd dump the stuff first and discuss it later. 17 00:02:57,677 --> 00:02:59,645 We'll all relax when it's destroyed. 18 00:03:02,982 --> 00:03:04,108 Nobokov. 19 00:03:05,351 --> 00:03:06,613 SAINT JOHN: Damn. 20 00:03:13,459 --> 00:03:15,723 Look, I'll ride with him. You take the Lady. 21 00:03:18,097 --> 00:03:19,223 No way. 22 00:03:23,369 --> 00:03:26,930 Why would you volunteer to be locked up with Darth Vader for 25 hours? 23 00:03:27,006 --> 00:03:29,031 To keep him and Locke from killing each other. 24 00:03:32,946 --> 00:03:34,004 Locke. 25 00:03:35,281 --> 00:03:36,373 Gregori. 26 00:03:37,317 --> 00:03:39,342 Karlovich was scheduled to make this run. 27 00:03:39,786 --> 00:03:41,219 The home office needed him. 28 00:03:41,921 --> 00:03:44,515 Then I take it you've been briefed on the nature of the gas 29 00:03:44,591 --> 00:03:46,252 and the shielded train car. 30 00:03:46,326 --> 00:03:48,658 I understand there is only one way in or out 31 00:03:48,728 --> 00:03:50,923 and we remain locked in with the gas until it is dumped. 32 00:03:50,997 --> 00:03:52,021 That's right. 33 00:04:19,459 --> 00:04:20,721 (DOOR OPENS) 34 00:04:27,267 --> 00:04:31,033 We still don't know these cylinders contain the gas in question. 35 00:04:31,104 --> 00:04:32,901 Your scientific crew saw it loaded. 36 00:04:32,972 --> 00:04:35,497 They chose the numbers for your part of the valve locks. 37 00:04:36,009 --> 00:04:37,601 I have the remaining numbers. 38 00:04:39,178 --> 00:04:40,645 Let's get on with it, then. 39 00:04:44,017 --> 00:04:45,678 (DOOR CLOSES) 40 00:04:56,195 --> 00:04:58,663 All doors secure. Let's go. 41 00:05:14,447 --> 00:05:16,312 Now, like the man said, let's get moving. 42 00:05:16,382 --> 00:05:17,940 We've got a lot of territory to cover. 43 00:06:12,271 --> 00:06:14,762 SAINT JOHN: Your ETA to first black hole is 30 minutes. 44 00:06:15,608 --> 00:06:18,372 LOCKE: Roger. Time check and position confirmed. 45 00:06:19,412 --> 00:06:22,040 And we have no unaccounted for personnel in the Milkrun red zone. 46 00:06:24,450 --> 00:06:26,748 Let's keep it that way. Milkrun out. 47 00:06:39,532 --> 00:06:41,591 Russian roulette's a personal affair. 48 00:06:42,368 --> 00:06:45,599 One bullet into any of these cylinders and millions could die. 49 00:06:46,439 --> 00:06:49,237 I still have no proof you or your country is telling the truth 50 00:06:49,308 --> 00:06:50,468 about what's in these cylinders. 51 00:06:50,977 --> 00:06:52,808 An even if you did, would you believe it? 52 00:06:54,046 --> 00:06:59,541 As I told you a long time ago, Jason, agents stay alive on distrust. 53 00:07:00,453 --> 00:07:02,318 You gotta trust somebody some time. 54 00:07:21,274 --> 00:07:22,468 Everything checks out. 55 00:07:23,509 --> 00:07:26,376 I just need your signature here, as the observer. 56 00:07:26,712 --> 00:07:29,306 Still a glutton for procedure, too, I see. 57 00:07:30,183 --> 00:07:31,343 I thought I taught you, 58 00:07:32,819 --> 00:07:33,911 routines are killers. 59 00:07:34,987 --> 00:07:38,514 This isn't Tel Aviv and I'm not a junior agent anymore. 60 00:07:40,960 --> 00:07:42,791 Ten years has changed both of us. 61 00:07:45,031 --> 00:07:46,999 Don't let me spoil it for you, Gregori, 62 00:07:48,000 --> 00:07:51,800 but I'm out here to get a job done, not to rehash old business. 63 00:08:05,585 --> 00:08:08,076 Okay, spill it. What? 64 00:08:08,254 --> 00:08:09,551 Well, the Russian and Locke. 65 00:08:09,622 --> 00:08:12,455 They were as abrasive as a couple pieces of sandpaper back there. 66 00:08:12,525 --> 00:08:13,787 Who is Nobokov, anyway? 67 00:08:14,994 --> 00:08:16,859 KGB's best. Has been for years. 68 00:08:17,597 --> 00:08:19,588 He's the Russian who saved Locke's life. 69 00:08:19,765 --> 00:08:21,824 But he's been trying to take it back ever since. 70 00:08:21,901 --> 00:08:23,630 MIKE: Locke must have told you why. 71 00:08:24,270 --> 00:08:26,534 You know Locke. He said, "Stay out of it!" 72 00:08:34,981 --> 00:08:36,505 Wolf Point, this is Dustbuster. 73 00:08:37,850 --> 00:08:40,785 Wolf Point. This is Dustbuster. We're at Checkpoint One. 74 00:08:41,354 --> 00:08:42,685 Roger, Dustbuster. How's it look? 75 00:08:43,856 --> 00:08:46,324 Clean outside. We're proceeding into black hole. 76 00:08:46,926 --> 00:08:49,486 SAINT JOHN: Roger, Dustbuster. We have you at black hole. 77 00:08:49,562 --> 00:08:52,497 We're running point to Check Two. Skywatch will pick up here. 78 00:08:53,132 --> 00:08:55,657 Affirmative, Wolf Point. Dustbuster out. 79 00:09:20,226 --> 00:09:22,285 Ten years hasn't changed anything. 80 00:09:23,396 --> 00:09:24,590 Your King's still in jeopardy. 81 00:09:25,565 --> 00:09:27,157 Nevertheless, I'll win. 82 00:09:34,006 --> 00:09:38,705 I assume the air-conditioning can stand a cigarette. 83 00:09:39,545 --> 00:09:41,308 It's your lungs. Hmm. 84 00:09:43,849 --> 00:09:46,283 Not nearly as lethal as poison gas 85 00:09:46,586 --> 00:09:50,317 or a friend turning Judas on you. 86 00:09:51,924 --> 00:09:54,290 A friend doesn't ask a man to do something 87 00:09:54,360 --> 00:09:58,023 that will cause a village full of innocent people to be blown to smithereens. 88 00:10:11,677 --> 00:10:12,837 Check. 89 00:10:33,032 --> 00:10:34,897 I'm Colonel David Randolph. 90 00:10:36,102 --> 00:10:37,899 What's your name, soldier? 91 00:10:38,270 --> 00:10:39,931 Lieutenant Robin Walters. 92 00:10:40,506 --> 00:10:42,098 Well, Lieutenant Walters, 93 00:10:42,808 --> 00:10:46,073 I don't imagine you'd wanna wave that surveillance chopper on over 94 00:10:46,145 --> 00:10:47,703 when it comes by. 95 00:10:47,780 --> 00:10:49,304 No, sir. I couldn't. 96 00:10:51,150 --> 00:10:52,913 That's too bad. 97 00:10:59,959 --> 00:11:01,358 (GUN FIRING) 98 00:11:01,594 --> 00:11:05,360 RANDOLPH: Get that camouflage down and get the barricades up in the tunnel. Now! 99 00:11:08,668 --> 00:11:10,033 Take command of that cab, Jenson. 100 00:11:10,102 --> 00:11:12,627 We got three minutes to get that train lined up. 101 00:12:30,516 --> 00:12:33,314 SKYWATCH: Skywatch to Airwolf, we have an ETA of three minutes. 102 00:12:33,819 --> 00:12:37,550 You guys can move on down the line and let the experts take over, all right? (LAUGHS) 103 00:12:38,657 --> 00:12:40,147 That's a negative, Skywatch. 104 00:12:41,994 --> 00:12:43,928 SKYWATCH: Please say again, Airwolf? 105 00:12:43,996 --> 00:12:46,157 We read negative on changeover. 106 00:12:46,232 --> 00:12:48,723 That was affirmative on changeover. 107 00:12:48,801 --> 00:12:50,234 Negative on experts. 108 00:12:51,036 --> 00:12:53,971 SKYWATCH: Didn't copy that, Airwolf. Request status report. 109 00:12:54,039 --> 00:12:57,236 We have a preliminary Code Green on black hole, Skywatch. 110 00:12:57,309 --> 00:13:00,176 I need visual contact with ground unit. Confirm? 111 00:13:01,080 --> 00:13:03,742 Roger, Airwolf. We'll wave to them for you and see you at Check Two. 112 00:13:03,816 --> 00:13:05,147 Skywatch, out. 113 00:13:11,190 --> 00:13:14,353 All right, we've got 200 miles worth of snooping to cover fast. 114 00:13:14,727 --> 00:13:16,661 MIKE: Turbos ready. Engage! 115 00:13:40,753 --> 00:13:42,220 So much for your check. 116 00:13:56,969 --> 00:13:58,368 Let's keep it casual, now. 117 00:14:00,406 --> 00:14:01,566 Dustbuster to Skywatch. 118 00:14:02,107 --> 00:14:04,302 Dustbuster to Skywatch, over. 119 00:14:06,245 --> 00:14:07,974 SKYWATCH: We read you. Code Green on Check Two. 120 00:14:08,047 --> 00:14:09,605 Train will enter black hole in five minutes. 121 00:14:21,961 --> 00:14:24,759 A billion dollars worth of new hardware and the codes remain the same. 122 00:14:25,464 --> 00:14:27,159 The system needs to change, Jenson. 123 00:14:27,233 --> 00:14:29,531 It's people like you and me that are gonna make it happen. 124 00:14:29,869 --> 00:14:30,961 Yes, sir! 125 00:14:32,438 --> 00:14:33,530 Let's go. 126 00:14:36,742 --> 00:14:38,141 SKYWATCH: Milkrun, this is Skywatch. 127 00:14:38,210 --> 00:14:40,440 We confirm Code Green at Check Two. 128 00:14:40,512 --> 00:14:42,377 LOCKE: Roger. Keep the safety zone clear. 129 00:14:44,049 --> 00:14:45,311 Our companies agreed. 130 00:14:45,951 --> 00:14:48,818 Your air strike team was to cover my ground units 131 00:14:48,921 --> 00:14:51,856 and destroy that terrorist training camp. 132 00:14:51,924 --> 00:14:53,789 But I told you what I had learned. 133 00:14:53,893 --> 00:14:56,088 That wasn't just a terrorist training camp. 134 00:14:56,161 --> 00:14:58,994 That village was full with women and children and old men. 135 00:14:59,064 --> 00:15:00,361 Not according to my contacts! 136 00:15:00,432 --> 00:15:01,626 Well, your contacts were wrong. 137 00:15:02,101 --> 00:15:04,001 You could have waited until the terrorists made a move. 138 00:15:04,069 --> 00:15:05,627 I had my orders! 139 00:15:08,107 --> 00:15:09,665 I saved your life, Jason. 140 00:15:10,509 --> 00:15:12,238 I expected you to back me. 141 00:15:14,046 --> 00:15:15,980 I would have done anything. 142 00:15:17,016 --> 00:15:18,984 Except murder those innocent people. 143 00:15:19,652 --> 00:15:22,519 So six of my best agents get cut down. 144 00:15:24,123 --> 00:15:26,091 That's murder in my book. 145 00:15:27,960 --> 00:15:29,689 (HORN BLOWING) 146 00:15:45,978 --> 00:15:47,775 (SQUEAKING) 147 00:15:55,554 --> 00:15:57,545 (CRASHING) 148 00:16:26,719 --> 00:16:28,050 Okay, men! 149 00:16:34,059 --> 00:16:35,253 (GROANS) 150 00:16:35,327 --> 00:16:37,591 Locke! Locke! 151 00:16:38,230 --> 00:16:40,528 What kind of Company trick is this? 152 00:16:41,567 --> 00:16:44,127 You don't get off so easy. Do you hear me? 153 00:16:44,203 --> 00:16:45,727 We haven't settled up. 154 00:16:47,106 --> 00:16:48,573 Give me your card. 155 00:16:55,848 --> 00:16:56,940 Give it to me. 156 00:17:01,086 --> 00:17:02,883 I'll put a stop to this charade. 157 00:17:02,955 --> 00:17:05,048 You never intended to dump any gas. 158 00:17:05,657 --> 00:17:06,919 I don't care what you believe. 159 00:17:07,860 --> 00:17:09,293 We're not opening that door. 160 00:17:13,465 --> 00:17:16,025 Locke to Skywatch. Do you read me? 161 00:17:17,469 --> 00:17:19,198 Engine, come in. Do you read me? 162 00:17:20,539 --> 00:17:21,597 Damn! 163 00:17:22,508 --> 00:17:23,907 Antenna must have been cut. 164 00:17:27,046 --> 00:17:28,070 All set? 165 00:17:28,147 --> 00:17:30,775 Yes, sir. She redlines at 50 miles an hour. 166 00:17:30,849 --> 00:17:32,441 (BEEPING) 167 00:17:43,429 --> 00:17:46,159 SKYWATCH: What are they doing? Crawling? 168 00:17:47,399 --> 00:17:49,128 Come on out, you guys, come on! 169 00:18:05,851 --> 00:18:07,341 (HISSING) 170 00:18:24,436 --> 00:18:26,563 SKYWATCH: Contact! Here she comes. 171 00:18:27,239 --> 00:18:29,434 Airwolf, we finally have visual contact with Milkrun. 172 00:18:29,908 --> 00:18:31,375 How's it look on our end? 173 00:18:32,177 --> 00:18:34,668 Every railroad tie intact. Let's go. 174 00:18:40,786 --> 00:18:42,879 SKYWATCH: Skywatch to Milkrun. We're your new nurses. 175 00:18:43,489 --> 00:18:45,787 Milkrun, this is Skywatch, please respond. 176 00:18:49,628 --> 00:18:51,220 (BEEPING) 177 00:18:58,170 --> 00:18:59,603 All right, move it out! 178 00:19:08,981 --> 00:19:10,448 LOCKE: Drop your gun, Gregori. 179 00:19:10,516 --> 00:19:11,608 No. 180 00:19:13,185 --> 00:19:14,447 You want to shoot it out here 181 00:19:15,320 --> 00:19:17,151 or deal with whoever's outside first? 182 00:20:03,202 --> 00:20:05,762 Gas transport car, this is change of command. 183 00:20:06,238 --> 00:20:08,365 We need that door opened up now. 184 00:20:08,574 --> 00:20:09,802 Identify yourself. 185 00:20:10,142 --> 00:20:11,473 Colonel David Randolph. 186 00:20:13,111 --> 00:20:15,011 I want that gas, gentlemen! 187 00:20:15,581 --> 00:20:19,779 Now we can do this the easy way or my way. 188 00:20:19,851 --> 00:20:22,752 Forget it, Randolph! We've got protection overhead. 189 00:20:23,422 --> 00:20:26,220 Not since we gave them another train to chase. 190 00:20:26,291 --> 00:20:27,588 You're all alone. 191 00:20:31,897 --> 00:20:34,195 SKYWATCH: I'm reading their speed at 30 miles an hour. 192 00:20:34,266 --> 00:20:36,791 Airwolf, we are unable to make radio contact with Milkrun. 193 00:20:36,868 --> 00:20:39,268 We're going to Code Yellow. Request instructions. 194 00:20:39,938 --> 00:20:41,200 This Skywatch Code Yellow bothers me. 195 00:20:41,840 --> 00:20:43,000 I vote we turn around and go back. 196 00:20:43,709 --> 00:20:46,269 That makes it unanimous. Light a fire under us. 197 00:20:55,754 --> 00:20:57,881 You open that door or we cut you out. 198 00:20:58,890 --> 00:21:01,484 And I warn you, that gas doesn't like heat. 199 00:21:03,562 --> 00:21:05,189 This is Jason Locke, Randolph, 200 00:21:06,465 --> 00:21:07,523 and you can go to hell. 201 00:21:09,468 --> 00:21:12,995 There's a town just 12 miles downwind. 202 00:21:13,872 --> 00:21:17,364 That's about 150,000 people that might join us there. 203 00:21:18,377 --> 00:21:19,776 Then call this stunt off. 204 00:21:20,379 --> 00:21:23,542 Look, Locke, I headed the team that made this gas. 205 00:21:24,716 --> 00:21:26,308 Our country spent a lot of time and money 206 00:21:26,618 --> 00:21:28,552 and I'm not about to see it go to waste. 207 00:21:28,620 --> 00:21:29,609 Cut it open! 208 00:21:35,894 --> 00:21:39,022 Remember, men, when we get inside, we do not, 209 00:21:40,165 --> 00:21:42,360 I repeat, we do not kill those men. 210 00:21:45,404 --> 00:21:46,701 I need them alive. 211 00:21:58,483 --> 00:21:59,882 (BEEPING) 212 00:22:05,290 --> 00:22:06,848 SKYWATCH: Airwolf, this is Skywatch Command. 213 00:22:07,893 --> 00:22:11,090 We read you, Skywatch. Try to establish visual contact with the motor man. 214 00:22:12,531 --> 00:22:15,694 SKYWATCH: Airwolf, we have visual contact. Transport car appears secure. 215 00:22:16,201 --> 00:22:17,566 Wait a minute, hold it! 216 00:22:17,736 --> 00:22:18,760 We have a Code Red. 217 00:22:18,837 --> 00:22:21,829 Say again, we have a Code Red. I have a runaway train. 218 00:22:23,442 --> 00:22:24,568 Skywatch, this is Airwolf. 219 00:22:24,643 --> 00:22:26,167 We read Code Red. Give us coordinates. 220 00:22:26,511 --> 00:22:27,671 SKYWATCH: Transmitting. 221 00:22:28,046 --> 00:22:31,038 I've got the train on the monitor. It's 22 miles up the track. 222 00:22:31,650 --> 00:22:32,844 SAINT JOHN: Hit the afterburners, Mike. 223 00:22:41,593 --> 00:22:45,791 Lf, given, there is gas in these tanks, 224 00:22:46,665 --> 00:22:48,064 how much heat will they take? 225 00:22:48,133 --> 00:22:50,829 About the same as us. What's the temperature now? 226 00:22:52,771 --> 00:22:54,068 106. 227 00:22:55,240 --> 00:22:56,605 What happened to the cooling system? 228 00:22:59,010 --> 00:23:01,808 The heat from Randolph's torches probably blew it. 229 00:23:02,981 --> 00:23:04,209 And if the gas leaks? 230 00:23:04,683 --> 00:23:06,241 Holding your breath doesn't help. 231 00:23:07,052 --> 00:23:08,349 It hits the skin 232 00:23:08,420 --> 00:23:10,183 and the whole central nervous system evaporates. 233 00:23:16,128 --> 00:23:19,529 Locking on to train. He's right below us. Hold it. 234 00:23:20,866 --> 00:23:23,130 I've got a maximum heat source reading from the cab. 235 00:23:23,201 --> 00:23:24,361 Got it. 236 00:23:27,372 --> 00:23:28,771 (BEEPING) 237 00:23:30,509 --> 00:23:31,737 MIKE: It's burning up the tracks. 238 00:23:32,444 --> 00:23:33,809 Skywatch, what do you have? 239 00:23:34,246 --> 00:23:35,941 SKYWATCH: Two men in the cab. 240 00:23:39,651 --> 00:23:44,088 Two dead men. No respiratory indications and their body temperature is dropping. 241 00:23:45,257 --> 00:23:47,088 I'm not getting any life signs from the gas car. 242 00:23:47,159 --> 00:23:48,820 The canisters must have ruptured. 243 00:23:52,230 --> 00:23:53,891 SKYWATCH: What's the plan, Airwolf? 244 00:23:53,965 --> 00:23:55,523 We're going in for a closer look. 245 00:24:04,176 --> 00:24:05,438 It'll be just a short while, Colonel. 246 00:24:06,077 --> 00:24:07,066 That's right. 247 00:24:08,280 --> 00:24:10,077 And then we save this country from making 248 00:24:10,148 --> 00:24:12,981 one of the biggest mistakes in history, Jenson. 249 00:24:29,501 --> 00:24:31,264 One thing, Locke. What's that? 250 00:24:31,770 --> 00:24:33,704 I won't let Randolph get you. 251 00:24:35,040 --> 00:24:36,632 I'll kill you myself. 252 00:24:39,544 --> 00:24:41,136 (BEEPING RAPIDLY) 253 00:24:41,913 --> 00:24:44,973 SKYWATCH: Airwolf, we read Milkrun's speed at 48 miles per hour and climbing. 254 00:24:45,484 --> 00:24:46,746 Anything on the audio scan? 255 00:24:47,419 --> 00:24:50,047 Nothing. Not even ambient sound. 256 00:24:50,322 --> 00:24:52,153 It's like there wasn't even a radio onboard. 257 00:25:12,177 --> 00:25:13,405 All right, I'm set. 258 00:25:13,678 --> 00:25:14,804 Nothing fancy out there. 259 00:25:15,113 --> 00:25:17,980 Are you kidding? And blow my chance to drive a train? 260 00:25:23,488 --> 00:25:25,251 Heat source could be a bomb. Don't leave yet. 261 00:25:25,957 --> 00:25:27,117 (BEEPING RAPIDLY) 262 00:25:31,730 --> 00:25:33,220 JO: Mike! 263 00:26:05,397 --> 00:26:07,558 Mike! Mike! 264 00:26:12,537 --> 00:26:15,028 The train. It's gone, man! 265 00:26:19,177 --> 00:26:21,008 SKYWATCH: Airwolf, this is Skywatch. 266 00:26:21,079 --> 00:26:25,345 We have a Code Omega. We are not sealed. Leaving the area. 267 00:26:29,087 --> 00:26:31,317 Airwolf, are you trimmed for toxic fallout? 268 00:26:31,690 --> 00:26:35,353 Roger. We are over the site, checking for gas contamination levels 269 00:26:36,528 --> 00:26:38,621 and scanning for survivors. 270 00:26:39,130 --> 00:26:41,598 SKYWATCH: We need weather data from you immediately, Airwolf. 271 00:26:41,700 --> 00:26:45,067 Skywatch, transmit data on the molecular structure of the gas 272 00:26:45,136 --> 00:26:46,535 and we'll track it for you. 273 00:26:47,405 --> 00:26:48,963 SKYWATCH: Acknowledged, Airwolf. 274 00:26:49,574 --> 00:26:50,905 Now, scan for Locke. 275 00:26:56,214 --> 00:26:57,943 No one's down there, Saint John. 276 00:26:58,016 --> 00:27:00,007 Do it anyway, damn it! Roger. 277 00:27:06,491 --> 00:27:08,425 There's nobody alive down there, Saint John. Nobody. 278 00:27:23,408 --> 00:27:24,841 Okay, men. 279 00:27:39,257 --> 00:27:43,057 I'm gambling that you won't risk anything that could blow one of those tanks. 280 00:27:44,129 --> 00:27:47,064 Think about it, Locke. Mr. Russian. 281 00:27:50,568 --> 00:27:52,058 That's an insane threat. 282 00:27:53,038 --> 00:27:56,735 No more insane than nations threatening each other with nuclear weapons. 283 00:27:57,575 --> 00:27:59,907 Not as insane as acts of terrorism. 284 00:28:02,747 --> 00:28:04,339 The whole world's insane, Locke. 285 00:28:04,783 --> 00:28:06,614 I'm just playing by the rules. 286 00:28:07,619 --> 00:28:09,280 Now, throw out those weapons. 287 00:28:41,553 --> 00:28:43,680 They'll have card keys to the cabinet. 288 00:28:43,755 --> 00:28:45,382 Find them and start unloading. 289 00:28:51,329 --> 00:28:52,489 Take 'em away. 290 00:29:06,611 --> 00:29:07,805 It doesn't check out. 291 00:29:08,680 --> 00:29:09,704 I've got problems here, too. 292 00:29:10,815 --> 00:29:12,146 Run an internal diagnostic. 293 00:29:13,284 --> 00:29:14,410 Roger. 294 00:29:15,386 --> 00:29:18,219 We ran a full onboard diagnostic this morning. What's wrong? 295 00:29:19,557 --> 00:29:20,990 MIKE: The train made like Mount Saint Helens. 296 00:29:21,059 --> 00:29:23,118 The atmosphere should be full of nerve gas. 297 00:29:23,695 --> 00:29:25,060 So, how bad is it drifting? 298 00:29:27,198 --> 00:29:29,996 It's not. According to our computers, there's no gas at all. 299 00:29:31,202 --> 00:29:32,726 You're telling me there never was any gas? 300 00:29:34,706 --> 00:29:35,764 Not on that train. 301 00:29:41,079 --> 00:29:42,546 (SOLDIERS CHATTERING) 302 00:29:44,883 --> 00:29:46,282 Careful, soldier. 303 00:30:17,415 --> 00:30:20,179 What kind of agent have you grown into, Locke? 304 00:30:20,919 --> 00:30:22,716 The kind that takes risks 305 00:30:23,788 --> 00:30:25,415 or forces them on others? 306 00:30:25,957 --> 00:30:27,390 The cautious kind. 307 00:30:28,760 --> 00:30:30,660 Until I know I have my best shot. 308 00:30:35,633 --> 00:30:37,863 This would be a rotten time to play hero. 309 00:30:38,803 --> 00:30:42,864 I've never played hero in my life until you forced it on me in Tel Aviv. 310 00:30:47,212 --> 00:30:49,612 The Cold War goes on even here, I see. 311 00:30:53,284 --> 00:30:55,081 Gentlemen, 312 00:30:55,486 --> 00:30:59,047 when I get these tanks loaded, I need one more thing. 313 00:31:00,158 --> 00:31:02,649 The valve lock combinations. 314 00:31:03,294 --> 00:31:04,921 That's tough. 315 00:31:06,798 --> 00:31:08,459 Not with sodium amytal. 316 00:31:12,470 --> 00:31:13,528 Think about it. 317 00:31:15,473 --> 00:31:18,806 I'll get my answers no matter what you decide. 318 00:31:37,061 --> 00:31:39,029 SKYWATCH: What you're saying is impossible, Airwolf. 319 00:31:40,465 --> 00:31:44,128 Then call it a miracle or a mistake, Skywatch. There is no gas! 320 00:31:45,937 --> 00:31:47,199 SKYWATCH: I can't accept that answer. 321 00:31:47,272 --> 00:31:48,899 Report back to base for a diagnostics check. 322 00:31:50,208 --> 00:31:52,676 Look, we already ran one. There's nothing wrong with us 323 00:31:54,913 --> 00:31:57,074 or with that coyote down there on the ground. 324 00:31:57,949 --> 00:31:59,507 SKYWATCH: Nothing could have survived that gas. 325 00:31:59,584 --> 00:32:01,415 I supervised loading Locke's train myself. 326 00:32:01,953 --> 00:32:04,513 Then this pile of scraps wasn't Locke's train. 327 00:32:05,823 --> 00:32:07,017 A switch? 328 00:32:07,959 --> 00:32:11,486 Like a shell game and I think I know where the shell is. 329 00:32:11,930 --> 00:32:14,023 SKYWATCH: Wait for backups, Airwolf. That's an order! 330 00:32:24,042 --> 00:32:26,442 Sorry, Skywatch, but we didn't copy that last order. 331 00:32:26,511 --> 00:32:27,842 You must have radio problems. 332 00:32:29,380 --> 00:32:32,577 Checkpoint Two? Roger. Let's find Locke. 333 00:32:42,527 --> 00:32:44,722 When you finish unloading the train, 334 00:32:44,796 --> 00:32:46,764 put it and the jeep in the tunnel. 335 00:32:46,831 --> 00:32:49,299 That should keep investigators confused until we leave, Colonel. 336 00:32:49,367 --> 00:32:50,425 Mmm-hmm. 337 00:32:51,502 --> 00:32:52,560 You know, Jenson, 338 00:32:53,237 --> 00:32:56,866 right now we hold the security of this country in our hands. 339 00:33:12,123 --> 00:33:13,283 Get out! I'll cover you. 340 00:33:23,568 --> 00:33:24,796 (NOBOKOV GRUNTING) 341 00:33:32,143 --> 00:33:33,371 (MUMBLING) 342 00:33:41,085 --> 00:33:42,109 Damn it! 343 00:33:47,125 --> 00:33:48,490 Patch this one 344 00:33:49,427 --> 00:33:53,227 so we can have a little talk before he bleeds to death. 345 00:34:03,541 --> 00:34:05,475 I think I've got something. Gunfire, very weak. 346 00:34:05,843 --> 00:34:06,969 Source? 347 00:34:10,114 --> 00:34:11,206 Couldn't make it out. 348 00:34:36,874 --> 00:34:38,102 (GROANS) 349 00:35:00,298 --> 00:35:01,492 Any sign of life down there? 350 00:35:03,734 --> 00:35:05,167 Around the mountain? Negative. 351 00:35:06,704 --> 00:35:07,898 SAINT JOHN: And inside? 352 00:35:08,906 --> 00:35:12,034 You don't want much, do you? I want Locke, alive! 353 00:35:15,446 --> 00:35:17,243 Take a look at your screen. 354 00:35:19,117 --> 00:35:21,210 There's our train, but no sign of activity around it. 355 00:35:22,120 --> 00:35:23,178 That mountain is riddled 356 00:35:23,254 --> 00:35:24,619 with old tunnels and abandoned mines. 357 00:35:24,689 --> 00:35:26,657 See if you can zero in on anything in them. 358 00:35:26,724 --> 00:35:28,123 Widening scan. 359 00:35:32,964 --> 00:35:35,524 JO: Whoo! That rock's playing hell with the sensors. 360 00:35:36,801 --> 00:35:38,962 Hey! Those combo locks on the canisters 361 00:35:39,036 --> 00:35:40,697 gave out a little VH signal, didn't they? 362 00:35:41,239 --> 00:35:42,433 Homing devices. 363 00:35:42,907 --> 00:35:45,467 MIKE: Well, I just homed in on them. There, in that cave. 364 00:35:56,187 --> 00:35:59,122 Can you hear me, Russian? Yeah. 365 00:35:59,624 --> 00:36:00,921 What is your name? 366 00:36:02,093 --> 00:36:04,823 Gregori Nobokov. 367 00:36:05,496 --> 00:36:07,657 RANDOLPH: And you work for the Russian government? 368 00:36:09,333 --> 00:36:12,234 I worked for KGB. 369 00:36:13,204 --> 00:36:15,297 You don't work for them now? 370 00:36:16,274 --> 00:36:20,176 (GRUNTS) Last assignment... 371 00:36:21,746 --> 00:36:24,613 Last chance to kill Locke. 372 00:36:32,123 --> 00:36:35,217 Get him talking and keep him going till I get what I need. 373 00:36:42,166 --> 00:36:45,397 Skywatch, this is Airwolf. We've located the gas. 374 00:36:45,469 --> 00:36:46,834 SKYWATCH: And Locke's train? 375 00:36:47,004 --> 00:36:48,665 Roger. But they're not together. 376 00:36:49,240 --> 00:36:52,801 The train's in the tunnel. The gas is in what appears to be a large mine entrance. 377 00:36:52,877 --> 00:36:53,935 Do you copy, Skywatch? 378 00:36:54,111 --> 00:36:55,408 SKYWATCH: Loud and clear, Airwolf. 379 00:36:55,479 --> 00:36:58,039 If any of those canisters have even been partially compromised, 380 00:36:58,115 --> 00:36:59,776 they must be disposed of immediately. 381 00:36:59,984 --> 00:37:02,077 You want us to bury it there without going in after Locke? 382 00:37:02,720 --> 00:37:04,585 SKYWATCH: He'd order it up himself. 383 00:37:09,493 --> 00:37:12,587 Look, I can scramble a squadron of F-14s if you don't want to do the job. 384 00:37:14,365 --> 00:37:15,832 We can do it. Airwolf, out. 385 00:37:17,902 --> 00:37:19,927 Saint John, we can't just... We follow orders. 386 00:37:20,838 --> 00:37:22,305 But first, we find Locke. 387 00:37:22,740 --> 00:37:23,832 Way to go. Let me out. 388 00:37:23,908 --> 00:37:25,136 I'll start a recon. 389 00:37:25,876 --> 00:37:27,241 You fly. I'll hit the ground. 390 00:37:27,878 --> 00:37:29,539 Find any vents out of that mine. 391 00:37:29,614 --> 00:37:31,809 We have to seal them off before we can bury it. 392 00:37:31,882 --> 00:37:33,440 I'll hit them with X-9 rockets. 393 00:37:33,918 --> 00:37:37,445 Give me 12 minutes, then blow the vents. 394 00:37:46,397 --> 00:37:47,625 Locke. 395 00:37:48,399 --> 00:37:50,458 Why do you want to kill Locke? 396 00:37:51,602 --> 00:37:53,229 He didn't back me up. 397 00:37:54,138 --> 00:37:55,469 (GROANS) 398 00:37:55,539 --> 00:37:58,235 I lost six agents. 399 00:38:02,113 --> 00:38:05,981 Gregori, you know a secret 400 00:38:06,584 --> 00:38:08,017 about the gas. 401 00:38:09,787 --> 00:38:10,845 Yes. 402 00:38:13,924 --> 00:38:18,224 If you tell Locke the secret, he won't be able to keep it quiet. 403 00:38:19,664 --> 00:38:20,722 No. 404 00:38:21,866 --> 00:38:23,197 You must tell... 405 00:38:24,802 --> 00:38:27,669 Your superiors would want you to tell. 406 00:38:29,340 --> 00:38:30,432 Yes. 407 00:38:32,443 --> 00:38:35,344 My half of the combination. 408 00:38:36,380 --> 00:38:39,178 Y-G-N 409 00:38:40,618 --> 00:38:44,679 T-U-R. (WHEEZES) 410 00:38:48,592 --> 00:38:49,820 Now, it's your turn, Locke. 411 00:38:52,263 --> 00:38:56,029 Sir, Relling reports a chopper is nosing around outside the tunnel. 412 00:38:57,401 --> 00:38:59,699 Keep an eye on it. We only need a few more minutes. 413 00:39:08,179 --> 00:39:10,943 A timed sequence. The first three rockets cave in the lower tunnels. 414 00:39:11,015 --> 00:39:12,380 The next three collapse the mountain. 415 00:39:19,757 --> 00:39:20,815 We'll be waiting. 416 00:39:21,659 --> 00:39:23,456 Be back in 15 minutes. 417 00:39:23,994 --> 00:39:25,427 If I'm not, 418 00:39:26,564 --> 00:39:27,758 bury the works. 419 00:39:57,261 --> 00:39:59,821 Skywatch, this is Airwolf. We're laying the charges. 420 00:40:00,231 --> 00:40:01,892 SKYWATCH: Affirmative, Airwolf. 421 00:40:04,235 --> 00:40:06,465 Ready on one. Fire one. 422 00:40:16,080 --> 00:40:18,776 Ready on two and three. Fire two. 423 00:40:24,355 --> 00:40:26,289 That chopper is sealing up the mountain. 424 00:40:26,357 --> 00:40:28,450 Then shoot it down! Yes, sir. 425 00:40:30,895 --> 00:40:33,523 Take this man to the truck. Leave the Russian. 426 00:40:52,082 --> 00:40:55,483 Incoming. Three, no, four Stinger missiles. 427 00:40:55,553 --> 00:40:56,952 Try to crack their fix on us, Mike. 428 00:40:57,021 --> 00:40:58,682 Affirmative. Enable sunbursts. 429 00:41:23,347 --> 00:41:25,747 That's all of them. Let's return the favor. 430 00:41:37,628 --> 00:41:40,927 I want that combination, Locke! I want it now! 431 00:41:41,966 --> 00:41:43,558 Like I said before, tough! 432 00:41:43,934 --> 00:41:44,923 SAINT JOHN: Drop the gun! 433 00:41:49,440 --> 00:41:50,771 Stay there! 434 00:41:59,650 --> 00:42:01,117 Let's go. We've got two minutes. 435 00:42:02,052 --> 00:42:03,144 Wait. 436 00:42:30,581 --> 00:42:32,879 If it had leaked, we would have been dead five seconds ago. 437 00:42:33,617 --> 00:42:35,312 You don't know how many times I said that today. 438 00:42:49,967 --> 00:42:52,367 Airwolf to Skywatch, the gas is no longer a threat. 439 00:42:52,436 --> 00:42:53,733 I repeat, the gas... 440 00:42:53,804 --> 00:42:55,704 SKYWATCH: We read you, Airwolf. And Locke? 441 00:42:56,140 --> 00:42:58,506 He's A-okay. We'll be going home. 442 00:42:58,943 --> 00:43:01,036 SKYWATCH: That's a roger, Airwolf. Over and out. 443 00:43:35,980 --> 00:43:37,641 If you need me, I'm right behind you. 444 00:43:47,224 --> 00:43:48,316 Gregori. 445 00:43:51,261 --> 00:43:54,059 You asked to meet. I expected you on time, at least. 446 00:43:54,999 --> 00:43:59,436 Somebody once taught me, make the other guy wait. It gives you the edge. 447 00:44:00,537 --> 00:44:02,903 The important lessons you didn't forget, I see. 448 00:44:06,076 --> 00:44:07,236 They told me you're going home tonight. 449 00:44:07,311 --> 00:44:10,747 Yes. As much as I like your American nurses... 450 00:44:12,816 --> 00:44:14,545 You could have left me in that mountain. 451 00:44:15,719 --> 00:44:18,950 So, a life for a life. 452 00:44:19,023 --> 00:44:20,650 We have a draw on our hands. 453 00:44:22,393 --> 00:44:23,451 Gregori, 454 00:44:24,228 --> 00:44:26,458 I'm sorry about the people that you lost in Tel Aviv. 455 00:44:29,767 --> 00:44:31,701 Take care of your people, Jason. 456 00:44:33,103 --> 00:44:36,129 They're the ones you'll remember when you forget everything else. 457 00:44:38,442 --> 00:44:40,433 You take care of yourself, you hear? 458 00:44:46,684 --> 00:44:48,015 For you. 459 00:44:59,096 --> 00:45:00,358 Check. 460 00:45:03,067 --> 00:45:04,864 You'll mail his move to Moscow. 461 00:45:07,864 --> 00:45:11,864 Preuzeto sa www.titlovi.com 9999 00:00:0,500 --> 00:00:2,00 www.tvsubtitles.net 34749

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