I'm reporting live from the Katzman Cove Marina,
site of where the stolen painting is
believed to be transported from by three convicts.
Most, if not all, have reportedly been killed.
Did you see that?
I saw it too.
While the painting has not yet been recovered,
some of the thieves have, or at least parts of them.
It is believed that a man-eating shark
has been roaming these waters and may have attacked the group
as they traversed the cove to go and hide
the painting on Cat Island.
What the hell?
OK, Stan, this will be part two of our location piece.
Just split the segments up with a commercial
when you edit them together.
You got it.
Behind me it looks inviting, serene, and safe.
But is it?
We have received several reports of a shark prowling the shores,
and while this isn't uncommon, these reports
claim that the shark is in fact monstrous, ranging
from 50 to 60 feet in length, larger
than any known great white.
Does the sudden appearance have anything
to do with the increased drilling at the newly renovated
rig just offshore?
The EPA is still trying to get accurate reports
on just how far they are drilling
and at what cost to the environment this will have.
Is the rig hiding a secret, and is there any connection
to the mysterious monster supposedly prowling the depths?
(SINGING) It ain't you.
I knew it couldn't be true because we can't [INAUDIBLE]
You don't understand my moves, so don't expect me
to [INAUDIBLE] because we can't--
To your right, Bree, to your right.
No, no, no, your other right.
I'm doing my best.
Well, your best isn't good enough.
You have to be perfect.
You most certainly are sometimes.
Let's just take five.
Yeah, that's great.
We'll be there tomorrow.
That was Top Model Tomorrow.
You have a video shoot in the morning on a yacht.
That show's going to be seen by millions.
You can thank me later.
So where's that photographer?
Yo, Ansel Adams, you ready?
(SINGING) Because she had a lot of [INAUDIBLE] in a thong.
Angel on my side telling me I don't want it,
the devil on the other telling me to hop on it.
I hop on it, now I feel I'm sacrificing--
Good evening, this is News 6 at 5.
Today's top story is the hunt for the missing million dollar
painting stolen in a tragic heist
by unknown and presumably dead thieves.
The painting, a one of a kind rendition of Chinese Grauman
Theater by noted artist Yuri Otonatu,
was stolen last week, even though it
was under close scrutiny at the time.
In the painting, we see the famous theater and displays
and marquee advertising for the initial release of the film
King Kong, a favorite of the artist.
After tracing the painting to a local marina,
authorities believe the bandits were attempting
to shuttle the stolen goods across the channel
to a small island two hours off the coast called Cat Island.
The trail, we are told, has gone cold,
with no sign of the thieves or the painting.
Authorities now believe there is a connection
between the tragic oil rig explosion, the recent shark
sightings, and the thieves.
What that connection is exactly is forthcoming.
We will be airing a special later tonight highlighting
Now for the weather.
This is not looking good.
I think we have ourselves a big problem.
What's the problem, Clark?
Yeah, the painting's missing, but none of that
can be traced back to us.
Not yet anyways.
I knew these guys were going to bungle this job.
All they had to do was meet us on Cat Island,
give us the painting, they get their cut,
and then we get our cut.
It was simple.
Let's go down to the pier and get some pizza.
We've been hiding [INAUDIBLE] for three days.
Oh, you keep thinking with that stomach, Gerald,
and you're going to end up like our friends.
I hope not, but I am hungry.
Boy, what do you think happened?
No, lie to me.
Of course honestly.
I don't think they made it to Cat Island.
We waited there for two days thinking they'd show,
and they didn't contact us afterwards.
Maybe they double crossed us.
I don't think so.
We knew their every move.
That leaves only one other option.
Get some pizza.
If I didn't promise your mother I'd look after you, I swear.
That renegade shark got them and the painting