This is it.
This fine trail, we're gonna be the first ever to complete it.
You're insane, Utah.
-There's no way to ride that. -There's a way.
You just gotta trust.
快来 杰夫 赞助商要的就是这个
Come on, Jeff. This is exactly what our sponsors want.
The impossible realized. And all those YouTube hits.
Anyway, we gotta earn these bikes we're sittin' on,
and it beats workin' for a livin'.
Yeah, well... While I'm workin' for a livin',
you'll be suckin' meals through a straw for the rest of your life.
I like smoothies.
We got this, bro.
Just follow my line.
Utah to Heli, we're doin' this.
Come on, man!
-别松手 坚持住 -把油门踩到底
-Hold on, hold on! -Gas to that gas tank!
Pull! Come on, pull!
This is a new world, son.
When you join the FBI, you join the front line
in the war between order and chaos.
问题是 你做好准备了吗 犹他
So, the question is, are you ready for that fight, Utah?
My name's Brigham.
Utah's a nickname my classmates got off YouTube.
That world that you came out of...
Pretty wild, huh?
It had its moments.
Why leave all that
for all this structure?
Maybe I could use some structure, sir.
And maybe there's a part of you doesn't want anything to do with it. Hmm?
I know why you left that world.
I know what happened in that world to that kid.
Jeff, was it?
How bad do you really want this?
Bad enough to have gotten my high school equivalency at 23, sir.
Bad enough to have gone to college and law school
five years after my peers had graduated.
Yeah, I saw that.
The Bureau reviewed all my credentials before
they admitted me into this program.
I'm not sure why you're second-guessing them.
Because it's my job, son,
to only let the most qualified get past me.
Because I'm not convinced that you are an FBI agent
in the making.
-I want this. -Well, then, show me.
This is what chaos looks like.
And make no mistake,
these perps were very, very smart.
Had a sense of humor, too.
10 million carats of diamonds were lost.
And Mahana Carbon
is a majority American-owned company,
so we, the FBI, are interested.
30th of last month was a Friday,
so, the entire month's yield from the company's mines was on hand.
Their mistake was believing that nobody could ever rob
and successfully make a getaway from a sorting facility
100 stories above the Earth.
And their security failed to foresee
that there might exist a set of perps with an unusual skill set.
They saw potential police intervention on the ground,
and they improvised.
They got away with 100 million in uncut diamonds,
and then gave it all away to the poorest of the poor
in the slums of Mumbai.
Who in the world would do that?
This case is right now. These guys are out there in real time.
And I need a theory.
What kind of people are we dealing with here?
Malfunction to ramp override.
Sir, what's going on?
U.S. plane carrying money got hijacked
over San Luis Potosi in Mexico.
Perps jumped out over the jungle and disappeared without a trace.
We're looking for the bodies.
Excuse me, sir.
Do you have a minute?
We have two crimes on two different continents.
Diamond-sorting facility in Mumbai, and today's cargo plane over Mexico.
But there's a third crime on a third continent.
Remember about a month ago,
there was an international logging complex that was burned to the ground
-on the banks of the Congo River... -Yeah.
...which is where the world's most dangerous rapids are.
Now I think the people that started that fire
also became the first ever to navigate and survive the Inga Rapids.
You're saying this is connected to the other two?
I think they're all connected, sir.
Two days before the Mumbai heist,
only 1,000 miles away, these three were photographed
base-jumping from the peak of Everest.
They're the same people.
Then what are they really up to here?
I don't know why they're committing the crimes, sir.
But I have an idea what they're chasing.
I think they're attempting something called The Ozaki Eight.
This is Ono Ozaki.
He was an eco-warrior,
one of the first recognized Extreme Poly-Athletes.
Now he challenged the Extreme Sports world to a series
of eight ordeals that he said honored the forces of nature.
Anyone who could find the perfect line existing
through each one of these ordeals, he believed, would achieve nirvana.
So, this is not about money?
It's about spiritual enlightenment?
An extreme athlete could potentially train
their entire life just to attempt one of these ordeals.
To complete all eight, would be to complete the impossible.
No one's ever done it.
Ozaki himself died attempting his third ordeal.
These guys have already completed the first three.
"Emerging Force" in Africa.
"Birth of Sky" on Everest.
And "Awakening Earth" in Mexico.
What's number four?
It's called "Life of Water."
The National Weather Service
is tracking a low-pressure system in the Atlantic.
A massive storm about to hit off the coast of western France.