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(phone ringing) (Charlie moans) You messed everything up. (Charlie groans) Sarah:Hey Joe. Sarah. Is Charlie with you? He's not picking up. We split up to cover more ground. You need to find him. Why, what's happening? Look it wasn't Chip who killed Nick. It was Hal. Wait- the nephew? He knows that we came here looking for Chip. Okay, listen Sarah. I'm sending backup your way, okay? Be careful. I've got to go! Rex is on the move! (Charlie grunts) What's your end game now? Finish what I started. The whole Chip thing, obviously. Chip didn't kill Nick. It was you in the costume. You were using your power of attorney to spend all his money. You know, he was going to make Nick Drummond his legal representative. And Nick would find out that you were stealing from Chip. (Rex barking) Okay, shut up and let me think. (Charlie moans) You better hurry. My partner's coming. You know, you had my Uncle Chip in custody for murder. All you had to do was literally lock him up! Doesn't work that way. Yeah? Well you only have yourself to blame. (gun cocking) (ominous music) Chip:No! No one else has to die! And what exactly are you going to do about it? (Hal laughs) You couldn't even save your own wife. You remember that? Remember Auntie? Don't. Huh? (dramatic music) (Chip shudders) (gun fires) (Hal grunts) (Charlie moans) (Rex barking) (Hal grunts) Don't move. (soft music) (Rex barking)) You okay? Getting there. (Rex barks) Chip saved my life. With a little assistance from your partner. Nice working with you, Rex. Are you all right, Night Keeper? I told you, the park was under my protection. (Chip chuckles) (Sarah sighs) (heroic music) Night Keeper:It is the solemn duty I can't refuse- watching for those who believe- the dark will wash away their misdeeds. Evennow,I cannotrest. It is still an hour until sunrise. Director:And cut! (bell rings) (applause) (Bader chuckles) You know what? I was skeptical at first. But Bader's reboot looks pretty good. I'm surprised Chip wasn't here today. Anyone hear how he's doing? Yeah, I talked to his doctor. They've got his meds straightened out. And I think he's turned a corner. Ah that's good to hear. He's been through a lot. Yeah, well he's not the only one. I mean, Ramona- had her nursing license suspended. And for what? Hal Bellamy's greed. I hope this doesn't affect her ability to bring her son here. Well, it's okay. I made a couple of phone calls. Oh, you old softie. Yeah well- Softie? The Night Keeper would be proud. You know, it's a shame we don't all have super powers. It would make our job a lot easier. Oh, who says we don't? (Rex barks) I've got my super power right here. Good boy. (closing theme music) Next time on Hudson and Rex Hiker spotted him this morning- Dogs were with him- Uniforms couldn't get close enough to get an I.D. Could have been here all night. What do you got, pal? Barney Chafe Is it him? Is it Barney Barney Chafe was excentric. Who has three dogs. He left very particular instructions for them- in the event of his death Appearantly, your victim was a millionaire Nobody was more interested in Barney's money, than Stephen Am I a suspect? Where were you last night? I leave my entire estate to Duff, Kona, and Buster To the Dogs? I've hidden my fortune away. Let those dog's be your guide.

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