Hammer arrives at the station and discovers that Trunk is testifying against the Syndicate, making him a marked man. The commissioner calls from his car and splits his time between talking to his driver and Hammer. He orders Hammer to take custody of Trunk to protect him. Trunk is less than thrilled that Hammer is in charge. After the commissioner goes off the road because of his driver, Trunk is called away to check on supplies with two cops and refuses to let Hammer go with him. However, Hammer realizes the "cops" were carrying non-regulation guns. The killers drag Trunk into a closet and try to kill him, but Hammer arrives and manages to defeat them after hitting Trunk a few times. After the assassins are taken away, Trunk informs Doreau and Hammer he plans to meet with his ex-wife after setting a dinner up after several months. Hammer assures Trunk he won't even know he's there...Read the full recap
Hammer: You know, that's what I hate about newspapers in this country. They find out things, and then they write about them!
Doreau: Hammer, now that the Syndicate has this information they'll do anything to keep Trunk quiet.
Hammer: Yeah, fat chance. He's louder than most airports.
Trunk: My life is in the hands of a man who causes injuries over the telephone.
Hammer: What can I say? I'm expanding.
Doreau: Well, you may be hard-pressed to admit it, sir, but Hammer did save your life.
Trunk: Yes. Thank you, Hammer. You saved my life.
Hammer: You'd do the same for me, sir.
Trunk: Oh, you wish.
Doreau: Hammer, he's not in any danger. He used to be married to that woman.
Hammer: Oh listen. Anybody who's alone with his ex-wife is in danger.
Trunk: Hammer, I'm exhausted. I'm going to get a good night's sleep and insult you in the morning.
Hammer: Real men don't need women.
Trunk: Hammer, without women you would never have been born.
Hammer: Prove it.
Doreau: Captain, Hammer's been gone a long time. Something must have happened to him.
Trunk: Thank you, Doreau, for giving me a reason to live.
Trunk: We're spending the weekend at Lake Tahoe
Doreau: That's romantic, sir. I guess she realizes there are worse things in life than being married to a cop.
Hammer: Like being beat up by one.