THIS WEEK’S HOSTS:
Rob Lumley and Joe Duellman
of The Tombstone Minute
McClane, holding his pistol out ready to fire, advances toward the Nakatomi art gallery.
He enters the conference room where Takagi was killed, the chair still overturned on the floor.
McClane glances out the window and sees the police car arrive.
“Well, it’s about time,” says John.
Al drives slowly around the circular entrance. “No signs of disturbance, Dispatch,” says Al into his microphone.
“Eight-El-Thirty, roger – possible crank call,” replies Dispatch. “Check the area again and confirm.”
John looks on from the window, puzzled. “Who’s driving this car, Stevie Wonder?” he says.
“I do see a guard inside,” says Al. “I’m going to go in for a closer look.”
“Eight-El-Thirty, roger. Use caution,” replies the dispatcher.
One of the gang members watches Al from a low floor, while holding a rifle aimed at the police car.
“Eddie?” says Hans into his walkie talkie.
“I had a feeling you’d be calling,” replies Eddie.
McClane continues to watch from the window.
Al opens the door of police car 110. Hand on his club, Al approaches the entrance.
IN THIS MINUTE:
John McClane: Bruce Willis
Hans: Alan Rickman
Al Powell: Reginald VelJohnson
Eddie: Dennis Hayden