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The following story is fictional and does not depict any actual person or event

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10 years ago

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Oh, I'm so sorry. Sorry.

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Uh, I wasn't paying attention.

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Are you okay?

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Yeah.

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I, uh...

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No.

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Not really. I...

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I just lost a patient.

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Oh, God, I'm so sorry.

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I'm-I'm studying to be a nurse.

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I was just gonna go grab some coffee,

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uh, clear my head.

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Somebody help me!

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Help me, please!

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Somebody help me!

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It seems that a copycat of serial rapist Andrew Jenkins is on the loose.

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Andrew Jenkins has been serving consecutive life sentences at Utley State Penitentiary for more than a decade.

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Now, Jenkins abducted, blinded and then raped 12 women in the '90s.

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In the past three months,

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six more women have been abducted, blinded and raped.

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So what does Andrew Jenkins know about these new crimes?

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When will this copycat be caught?

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And what is being done to stop him?

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What's up, bitch?

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Does anybody want to tell me why Mr. Genius is ignoring the guy he's here to talk to?

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I mean, what is he waiting for?

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Andrew Jenkins is a highly skilled pathological liar.

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If we come at him head on, we'll get nothing.

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If Jenkins has intel on the copycat,

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it'd be good to get it before another woman gets abducted.

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Lightman wants Jenkins to make the first move,

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and he will.

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And what if he gets made?

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He won't.

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Agent Reynolds, if you didn't think we could do the job,

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why did the FBI bring us on the case?

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Look, I've interviewed Jenkins five times

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and I got zero on the copycat.

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So let me put it this way.

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I don't believe in holistic medicine,

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but if the chemo's not working,

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I'll give acupuncture a shot.

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Hey, man, you need a hand?

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I think acupuncture's about to pay off.

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Hello?

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If you change your mind, just give me a yell.

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Name's Andrew Jenkins.

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Progress.

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Patience is not one of your virtues,

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is it, Agent Reynolds? No.

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Is that Jenkins' fan mail?

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Ten years of sickos and freaks worshipping him.

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All right, take it all back to the office.

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Odds are good the copycat's in there somewhere.

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Good luck.

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Heard about you on TV.

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You're that-- you got that copycat, right?

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Swelling chest, chin up, smile.

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That's pride.

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I don't get it, myself.

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I mean, you're just
another pervert who can't close.

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Is that who I am?

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What happens, you just,

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you get... you get queasy when it comes time to finish, is that it?

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What are you in for?

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I got an ex-wife,

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who sometimes
doesn't let me see my kids.

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And a cop took her side.

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And a jury said that I killed him.

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This, um, this cop...

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does he jerk awake every morning with your name on his lips?

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Is your face the last thing he sees
every night before he falls asleep?

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When he meets someone new, hears the horror in their voice,

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who does your cop think of?

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Oh, wait.

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That's-that's right.

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He's not thinking of anyone.

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Take your point.

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Thought you might.

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What's on your mind?

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Nothing.

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Oh, come on.

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Ask.

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I don't get it.

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I mean, I don't, I-I, I don't get it.

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Why'd you have to blind them?

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I mean, it seems a bit excessive, you know?

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Oh, come on, that's an easy one.

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No eyes, they can't identify me after.

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How'd you get caught, then?

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Busted tail light.

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I had a girl in the trunk.

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Almost talked my way out of it,

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even with her screaming back there.

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You-you're that good, are you?

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Yeah.

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But you aren't.

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Excuse me?

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Different costume, same game.

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Now you've lost me.

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Who are you?

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'Cause you're not a cop killer.

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That's what I keep telling my lawyer.

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No.

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You're a fraud.

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Who sent you in here?

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Special Agent Reynolds?

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Ah, damn it!

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Alert the guards in the laundry.

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We got a situation.

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Lightman's supposed to be reading Jenkins.

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It looks like it's the other way around to me.

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I-I've never seen anyone read Lightman
who hasn't had deception training.

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I-I don't know what happened.

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Well, it was worth a shot.

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Cal Lightman. How do you do?

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And you want to know what I know
about my friend, the copycat.

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Yeah, something like that, yeah.

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How come nobody's tried to bribe me?

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What would it take?

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All good.

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- it's very civil
- right.

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What would it take?

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You know what I like?

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Chocodiles.

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I'd like a box a week.

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All right, it's a deal.

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Yeah, I'm gonna need that in writing.

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You made a deal with a pathological
lying serial rapist for Chocodiles?

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Who's the copycat?

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Well,

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you get an A for effort.

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And effort should be rewarded.

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3748 Woodlawn Road.

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Good luck.

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What happened?

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Jenkins played you, that's what happened.

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And while you were signing a contract for snack cakes,

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Camille Halpern was being abducted from this house.

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So Jenkins didn't lead us to the rapist.

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He led us to another victim.

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All right, this is single mom Camille Halpern.

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If form holds,

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the copycat will toy with her the first 24 hours,

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and then he'll blind her and rape her.

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And we're already down three hours.

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What's he do before he blinds them?

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He ties them up, gags them and forces them to watch
videos of his previous victims.

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So right now,
Camille is watching what he's gonna do to her.

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Yeah, if we don't get to her first.

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Well, Cube's ready.

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Nobody talks to Jenkins
but me. We clear?

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I pulled strings all over D.C. to get this bastard in here.

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So I sure hope that this plan is a lot more successful than your last one.

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At least we know Jenkins is connected to the copycat.

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That's more than you found out the last three months.

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Now, I told you where to find him.

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You just got there late.

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Agent Ben.

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Thanks for the hall pass.

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Hi, Foster.

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Follow me.

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Oh, somebody doesn't like me talking to his lady.

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I got to call the deputy director with the great news.

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That's the guy that out-Lightman'd Lightman?

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So now what?

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You make the puppet dance?

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What?

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I called Natalie Wright, the woman attacked two weeks ago.

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She's a wreck,

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but she's the only copycat victim willing to talk to me.

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I thought I might be able to get some detail that could help us with our new victim.

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So I'll be on my cell.

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If you need me.

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Cal...

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No, 'cause normally, you add "if you need me."

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You're pissed, right? Because you think

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I blew it at the prison, right?

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I'm not blaming you.

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Well, you're angry.

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Because Jenkins is loving this.

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I mean, this is the best day he's had in over a decade.

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He's out of jail, he's getting all this attention.

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We are fulfilling his every fantasy.

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By "we," you mean me.

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Is that it?

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So you're a big deal, huh?

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Fancy offices, bevy of fine ladies.

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Real step up from cell block two.

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Do you know who the copycat is?

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No.

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What's your mom's name?

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Gina. No, it's Margaret.

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Where were you born?

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Georgia.

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No, Nebraska.

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Where'd you go to school?

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Didn't.

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So you don't count flunking out
of, uh, Southern Iowa State after one semester then?

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What the hell is he doing?

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I'm concentrating. Hey!

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I could be following up on ten different leads right now.

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So you're gonna explain

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why this isn't Jenkins taking one more useless polygraph test. Wow.

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Okay, where should I even start?

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I'm monitoring heart rate, skin temperature,

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perspiration, vocal stress, blood pressure--

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which doesn't even begin to cover what Lightman is seeing in there,and what the cameras are...

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All right, all right, enough.

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Who's the copycat?

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Don't know.

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Would you tell me if you did?

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Sure. We're pals.

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Hey, how's it going?

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Jenkins is lying about everything.

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He won't let us establish a baseline of what he looks like
when he's telling the truth.

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Hey, looks like I found somebody suspicious in the fan mail.

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Every week this guy sends disgustingly graphic drawings of Jenkins' crimes.

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Let me see that.

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Well, it's one sick puppy, but that's not our guy.

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And how can you know that?

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I can know that because he's fantasizing about past actions.

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You want to look for somebody who's making plans for the future.

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Let me see that.

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How is it I'm the unpaid intern and you're the highly paid professional?

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Hey, you're the one Lightman's got sitting in the front row.

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So... I'll just put this in the "No" pile.

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Who's the copycat?

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Who's the girl?

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You're a distraction.
I had to ask Loker a question,

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and you've got me reading all this fan mail.

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And what, so you're above that now, is that it?

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No, no, it's just that you squaring off with a master liar is kind of once-in-a-lifetime.

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Oh, and you think you'll learn something?

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A woman gets raped, she gets blinded,

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but at least you've been afforded an education, is that it?

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Or maybe you just don't want me to see that you're struggling.

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Oh, that's an interesting theory.

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But incorrect.

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And that fan mail you're so disdainful of--

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well, the guy we're looking for is in there somewhere.

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And that's a fact, that's not a theory,

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so go find him.

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Mm. "Or maybe
you just don't want me to see that you're struggling."

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She's very perceptive,

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you're little... protege.

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Who's the copycat?

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We can do this all day.

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I'm not gonna make your little machines beep.

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There's no one who can stay with you?

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I don't want anyone to see me.

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W-Well, what about your parents?

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My mom is gone.

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My dad was here for a few days,

260
00:13:54,100 --> 00:13:56,800
but it... just made things worse.

261
00:13:57,500 --> 00:13:59,400
My friends do what they can.

262
00:14:00,300 --> 00:14:01,900
I'm s...

263
00:14:02,200 --> 00:14:04,500
I'm sorry. I-I'm sorry.

264
00:14:06,600 --> 00:14:08,800
I want to help you.

265
00:14:09,200 --> 00:14:11,400
I know he has another woman, but I...

266
00:14:11,400 --> 00:14:13,200
I can't remember.

267
00:14:13,300 --> 00:14:15,900
He said his dog was missing, and I helped him,

268
00:14:15,900 --> 00:14:17,300
and then...

269
00:14:19,000 --> 00:14:21,100
it's just gone.

270
00:14:21,900 --> 00:14:24,800
And when I try to remember, all I can think is...

271
00:14:25,300 --> 00:14:27,800
no one will ever love me.

272
00:14:28,000 --> 00:14:30,100
I'm... I'm 23 years old,

273
00:14:30,100 --> 00:14:32,400
and my life is over.

274
00:14:33,300 --> 00:14:35,300
My life is over.

275
00:14:39,400 --> 00:14:41,000
OK so...

276
00:14:41,440 --> 00:14:43,800
this is the girl he's got right now.

277
00:14:44,800 --> 00:14:46,500
Any idea where he's keeping her?

278
00:14:46,900 --> 00:14:48,000
No.

279
00:14:48,500 --> 00:14:50,300
I'll take that as a yes, then.

280
00:14:51,300 --> 00:14:53,100
Uh, DC?

281
00:14:54,300 --> 00:14:55,700
Maryland?

282
00:14:57,800 --> 00:14:59,100
Virginia?

283
00:15:00,200 --> 00:15:02,000
The home for bad boys was in Maryland.

284
00:15:02,000 --> 00:15:03,600
You probably know that.

285
00:15:04,200 --> 00:15:06,700
You know, you'd think I'd have all kinds of horror stories,

286
00:15:06,700 --> 00:15:08,600
but it was actually nice.

287
00:15:08,600 --> 00:15:09,700
Had a dog.

288
00:15:09,700 --> 00:15:12,600
Some of the guys from gen pop get to train seeing-eye dogs.

289
00:15:12,600 --> 00:15:15,300
I signed up for it once; didn't get picked.

290
00:15:16,300 --> 00:15:17,359
Why do you think that is?

291
00:15:17,359 --> 00:15:19,700
You see, that was weird.

292
00:15:19,700 --> 00:15:21,700
That was, 'cause that was the truth.

293
00:15:21,700 --> 00:15:23,200
Why the sudden honesty?

294
00:15:23,200 --> 00:15:26,200
Am I boring you? Is that it?

295
00:15:26,200 --> 00:15:27,500
It's too easy?

296
00:15:27,500 --> 00:15:30,300
Lightman-- it's an interesting name.

297
00:15:31,400 --> 00:15:35,000
I've been called a... Light Bringer myself.

298
00:15:35,900 --> 00:15:38,300
You see, there you go again, that was the truth.

299
00:15:39,100 --> 00:15:40,700
Might be getting somewhere.

300
00:15:41,800 --> 00:15:43,700
Here's something else that's true.

301
00:15:44,600 --> 00:15:48,500
I'm never... gonna tell you who the copycat is.

302
00:15:48,500 --> 00:15:49,300
Okay.

303
00:15:51,000 --> 00:15:52,200
Okay.

304
00:15:53,200 --> 00:15:54,100
Hey, Torres.

305
00:15:54,100 --> 00:15:57,500
Do any of, uh, Jenkins' fans refer to him as "Light Bringer"?

306
00:15:57,500 --> 00:15:58,500
Yeah.

307
00:15:58,500 --> 00:15:59,700
Yeah, yeah, one guy.

308
00:15:59,700 --> 00:16:02,200
Um, it stood out to me, 'cause I went to Catholic school.

309
00:16:02,200 --> 00:16:04,000
Light Bringer's another name for the Devil.

310
00:16:04,000 --> 00:16:05,300
It's here in the "No" pile.

311
00:16:05,300 --> 00:16:08,600
What am I missing?
Pathological liars like pushing boundaries.

312
00:16:08,600 --> 00:16:10,700
Jenkins has been in that box all night-- he's bored.

313
00:16:10,700 --> 00:16:14,280
He's flirting with the truth. By telling you the copycat's pet name for him?

314
00:16:14,315 --> 00:16:17,149
yeah that person call him light bringer is very important for him somehow

315
00:16:17,184 --> 00:16:18,600
He's important enough that

316
00:16:18,600 --> 00:16:19,600
when the truth starts coming out,

317
00:16:19,600 --> 00:16:22,000
it's the first person he thinks of. Here, got it.

318
00:16:22,000 --> 00:16:23,200
Milo Dodds.

319
00:16:25,000 --> 00:16:26,300
Thank you.

320
00:16:28,000 --> 00:16:30,300
You've been writing to Jenkins for years.

321
00:16:30,300 --> 00:16:31,100
In fact,

322
00:16:32,000 --> 00:16:34,100
you've written more letters than anyone.

323
00:16:34,100 --> 00:16:35,200
We counted.

324
00:16:35,800 --> 00:16:36,700
Is that illegal?

325
00:16:36,700 --> 00:16:38,100
What do you know about the copycat?

326
00:16:38,100 --> 00:16:39,500
It's on the news.

327
00:16:39,800 --> 00:16:41,500
That's an evasion.

328
00:16:41,800 --> 00:16:43,200
He's hiding something.

329
00:16:43,200 --> 00:16:45,800
Oh, yeah, and what are you hiding, Milo, hm?

330
00:16:46,600 --> 00:16:47,800
Is it a woman?

331
00:16:49,000 --> 00:16:50,900
Is it Camille Halpern?

332
00:16:50,900 --> 00:16:53,300
The mother of a two-year-old little boy?

333
00:16:54,400 --> 00:16:55,700
I'm not hiding anything.

334
00:16:55,700 --> 00:16:57,600
That's a masking smile.

335
00:16:57,600 --> 00:16:59,000
That's bad, that is.

336
00:17:01,400 --> 00:17:03,100
So, tell me this.

337
00:17:06,200 --> 00:17:07,900
What's your favorite part?

338
00:17:09,000 --> 00:17:14,300
Is it the sizzle of the acid
as you pour it into her eyes?

339
00:17:16,200 --> 00:17:17,900
Or is it the blood

340
00:17:18,400 --> 00:17:20,100
dripping down her cheek?

341
00:17:20,100 --> 00:17:21,700
Blood, you like that?

342
00:17:21,700 --> 00:17:22,700
Blood flowing? Blood?

343
00:17:22,700 --> 00:17:24,200
I didn't do anything.

344
00:17:24,200 --> 00:17:25,100
Where is she?

345
00:17:25,100 --> 00:17:26,400
I don't know. You sick

346
00:17:26,400 --> 00:17:27,600
son of a...

347
00:17:28,000 --> 00:17:29,500
Where is she? Where?! Where?! I don't know!

348
00:17:29,500 --> 00:17:31,800
Whoa! Whoa! No!

349
00:17:31,800 --> 00:17:34,700
In the room, in the room, in the room, in the room.

350
00:17:34,700 --> 00:17:36,100
What room?

351
00:17:52,100 --> 00:17:52,800
I didn't take her--

352
00:17:52,800 --> 00:17:54,900
I just cut out the article.

353
00:17:56,300 --> 00:17:57,200
I'm a collector.

354
00:17:57,200 --> 00:17:58,100
Work with me, Milo.

355
00:17:58,100 --> 00:18:00,000
Come on, work with me! I didn't do it.

356
00:18:00,000 --> 00:18:01,500
He's not the guy; let him go.

357
00:18:02,200 --> 00:18:03,200
Hey! Hey!

358
00:18:03,200 --> 00:18:03,600
three

359
00:18:03,600 --> 00:18:05,200
He's not the guy! Aah!

360
00:18:05,200 --> 00:18:06,500
Two... Let him go!

361
00:18:06,500 --> 00:18:08,100
Look. Look, look, look.

362
00:18:08,100 --> 00:18:09,500
One... Look, look.

363
00:18:09,500 --> 00:18:11,000
What the hell?

364
00:18:17,500 --> 00:18:19,700
He's a hemo-phobe.

365
00:18:19,700 --> 00:18:20,100
He...

366
00:18:20,100 --> 00:18:21,500
he's afraid of blood.

367
00:18:22,000 --> 00:18:23,500
And how would you know that?

368
00:18:23,500 --> 00:18:25,200
When you started talking about blood, he got woozy.

369
00:18:25,200 --> 00:18:28,100
He... He got short of breath.

370
00:18:28,400 --> 00:18:29,600
He's not the guy.

371
00:18:29,600 --> 00:18:32,200
He couldn't even give the girl a paper cut.

372
00:18:32,900 --> 00:18:34,600
So another dead end.

373
00:18:37,400 --> 00:18:38,100
Well...

374
00:18:38,900 --> 00:18:40,500
no, not exactly.

375
00:18:41,000 --> 00:18:43,200
Well, Milo Dodds didn't work out.

376
00:18:43,800 --> 00:18:47,000
it's like bring him here
and go through his sicko memorabilia.

377
00:18:47,300 --> 00:18:49,100
Hopefully, we'll find some new suspects.

378
00:18:50,300 --> 00:18:51,900
Well, Jenkins is amazing.

379
00:18:51,900 --> 00:18:53,600
You know, in-in kind of an evil way.

380
00:18:53,600 --> 00:18:56,300
I mean, he's, like, dark Lightman.

381
00:18:58,600 --> 00:18:59,700
Ooh, rewind.

382
00:19:02,000 --> 00:19:03,000
There.

383
00:19:03,000 --> 00:19:05,300
Look at how he's folding the laundry.

384
00:19:05,300 --> 00:19:07,500
Jenkins comes up, and he slows down.

385
00:19:07,500 --> 00:19:10,300
He's concentrating too hard; it's a dead giveaway.

386
00:19:10,300 --> 00:19:11,700
He did screw up.

387
00:19:12,100 --> 00:19:14,300
Couple of months ago, you wouldn't have noticed that.

388
00:19:15,100 --> 00:19:17,510
But now that you apparently
know everything you think.

389
00:19:17,510 --> 00:19:21,400
It's more important to prove that I screwed up than find a missing woman, is that it?

390
00:19:21,400 --> 00:19:23,200
No, I wasn't trying... We-we were just trying to establish

391
00:19:23,200 --> 00:19:24,400
a baseline for Jenkins.

392
00:19:24,400 --> 00:19:26,000
Yeah, well, forget it.

393
00:19:27,000 --> 00:19:29,900
Can you go back? Run it back?

394
00:19:30,200 --> 00:19:31,900
Push in on the guard.

395
00:19:37,500 --> 00:19:38,600
All right.

396
00:19:39,000 --> 00:19:40,100
Zoom in.

397
00:19:40,500 --> 00:19:41,500
And let it play.

398
00:19:41,500 --> 00:19:44,500
...what I know about my friend, the copycat.

399
00:19:44,500 --> 00:19:46,300
You see the nostril flare?

400
00:19:47,200 --> 00:19:48,800
Quick intake of breath.

401
00:19:50,400 --> 00:19:53,200
When he thought Jenkins was gonna open up about the copycat

402
00:19:53,200 --> 00:19:54,700
he panicked.

403
00:19:54,700 --> 00:19:56,000
Like he was afraid of getting caught.

404
00:19:56,000 --> 00:19:57,800
The guard's the copycat.

405
00:19:58,100 --> 00:20:00,300
Could he have gotten to Camille before you?

406
00:20:02,600 --> 00:20:04,800
Hey, where's the guard? Where's, uh, Calvo?

407
00:20:05,600 --> 00:20:07,900
Oh, his shift ended a while ago.

408
00:20:19,800 --> 00:20:21,000
They're here.

409
00:20:21,000 --> 00:20:22,500
It's been 11 years since her attack,

410
00:20:22,500 --> 00:20:25,100
and she's doing well now. Okay.

411
00:20:25,400 --> 00:20:26,600
I can do this.

412
00:20:26,600 --> 00:20:28,200
Okay, I just want you two to talk.

413
00:20:28,200 --> 00:20:31,400
You know, maybe she can help you remember something.

414
00:20:31,400 --> 00:20:33,900
But don't push yourself.

415
00:20:33,900 --> 00:20:34,700
Okay?

416
00:20:34,700 --> 00:20:36,500
Okay. Okay.

417
00:20:39,100 --> 00:20:40,700
Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi.

418
00:20:40,700 --> 00:20:42,500
Thanks for coming. Come on in. Sure.

419
00:20:47,400 --> 00:20:48,800
Natalie.

420
00:20:49,300 --> 00:20:50,400
Careful.

421
00:20:50,400 --> 00:20:53,900
Uh, I want you to meet Michelle Russell and her husband Paul.

422
00:20:53,900 --> 00:20:55,100
Hi.

423
00:20:56,100 --> 00:20:57,700
Hi, Natalie.

424
00:20:59,300 --> 00:21:01,500
You know, we can do this all day.

425
00:21:02,000 --> 00:21:03,200
You know, it's over for you, Calvo,

426
00:21:03,200 --> 00:21:04,900
you understand that, right?

427
00:21:05,200 --> 00:21:06,900
So just tell me where Camille is, and I'll get

428
00:21:06,900 --> 00:21:09,000
the D.A. to cut you a break.

429
00:21:09,000 --> 00:21:10,300
It'll make me sick,

430
00:21:10,300 --> 00:21:12,600
but I'll do it, for you.

431
00:21:12,600 --> 00:21:15,100
It's a one-time offer, Calvo.

432
00:21:15,100 --> 00:21:16,400
One time!

433
00:21:16,900 --> 00:21:19,000
Hey.

434
00:21:19,000 --> 00:21:20,300
He's not your guy.

435
00:21:21,300 --> 00:21:22,700
He's not your guy.

436
00:21:27,100 --> 00:21:29,700
What the hell are you doing? He is the guy!

437
00:21:29,700 --> 00:21:32,000
No, no. He-He showed shame.

438
00:21:33,400 --> 00:21:35,500
Psychopaths never show shame.

439
00:21:35,500 --> 00:21:38,200
Calvo called in sick four times in the last year.

440
00:21:38,200 --> 00:21:41,400
And each time, the day after one of the copycat's victims was released.

441
00:21:41,400 --> 00:21:43,300
And that's not a coincidence. No, no.

442
00:21:43,300 --> 00:21:44,400
I think it's very important.

443
00:21:44,400 --> 00:21:46,200
But he's not your guy.

444
00:21:46,200 --> 00:21:48,100
It has to be him!

445
00:21:49,800 --> 00:21:54,200
Look, every time he takes another woman,

446
00:21:54,200 --> 00:21:57,500
and every time a kid loses the mother they once had and gets back a...

447
00:21:57,500 --> 00:21:59,800
an empty shell, I think to myself,

448
00:21:59,800 --> 00:22:01,900
"This is the last one. No more."

449
00:22:01,900 --> 00:22:04,000
And every time, I've been wrong, but I know

450
00:22:04,000 --> 00:22:06,800
I'm right about this. Okay.

451
00:22:06,800 --> 00:22:10,300
Okay. Who did you lose? Who?

452
00:22:10,300 --> 00:22:12,400
Did you lose your mum or...

453
00:22:12,700 --> 00:22:13,300
What?

454
00:22:13,300 --> 00:22:15,900
Did you... You lost someone? Hey. Hey.

455
00:22:15,900 --> 00:22:18,300
Don't use that stuff with me, okay?

456
00:22:18,300 --> 00:22:20,800
He is the guy!

457
00:22:21,400 --> 00:22:24,500
Good news is, I think he can lead us to the rapist.

458
00:22:24,500 --> 00:22:27,000
But you got to stop yelling at him.

459
00:22:27,400 --> 00:22:28,600
Okay?

460
00:22:28,600 --> 00:22:31,000
I appreciate you both making the time.

461
00:22:31,600 --> 00:22:34,600
Natalie needed to know that her life isn't over.

462
00:22:34,900 --> 00:22:36,500
Oh, it helps Michelle, too.

463
00:22:36,680 --> 00:22:38,135
Talking to other victims.

464
00:22:38,400 --> 00:22:40,400
Testifying at Jenkins' parole hearing.

465
00:22:40,700 --> 00:22:42,300
It's her way of fighting back.

466
00:22:42,300 --> 00:22:43,700
She went to the parole hearing?

467
00:22:43,700 --> 00:22:45,100
That must have been tough.

468
00:22:45,100 --> 00:22:47,000
Oh, she handled it better than I did.

469
00:22:47,500 --> 00:22:49,300
I took a shot at the guy.

470
00:22:50,600 --> 00:22:52,200
Oh, excuse me. Sure.

471
00:22:55,000 --> 00:22:55,600
Where is she?

472
00:22:55,600 --> 00:22:56,800
She's right here, to the right.

473
00:22:56,800 --> 00:23:00,600
Okay. Um, she said there were no sounds where she was kept.

474
00:23:00,600 --> 00:23:02,600
Nothing at all from the outside.

475
00:23:02,600 --> 00:23:04,800
Like she was kept underground?

476
00:23:04,800 --> 00:23:06,300
I'll let Agent Reynolds know that.

477
00:23:06,300 --> 00:23:09,700
Okay, well, we're going to keep talking. I'll try to get more.

478
00:23:09,700 --> 00:23:10,700
Thank you.

479
00:23:14,700 --> 00:23:16,700
Tony, let me explain something to you, okay?

480
00:23:16,700 --> 00:23:19,000
Dr. Lightman is the best friend you have in the world right now.

481
00:23:19,000 --> 00:23:20,600
He says that you're not the copycat.

482
00:23:20,600 --> 00:23:22,800
He says that you may be a victim, too.

483
00:23:22,800 --> 00:23:23,700
Now, sit down.

484
00:23:26,300 --> 00:23:31,100
Okay, now, Jenkins made you deliver letters to the copycat.

485
00:23:31,100 --> 00:23:32,500
Am I right?

486
00:23:32,800 --> 00:23:33,800
How?

487
00:23:40,100 --> 00:23:42,400
ok.The copycat's victims.

488
00:23:44,900 --> 00:23:46,400
Did he bribe you?

489
00:23:47,500 --> 00:23:49,000
Did he threaten you?

490
00:23:49,900 --> 00:23:51,700
So, he threatened you.

491
00:23:51,700 --> 00:23:54,200
A shiv in the side?

492
00:23:55,000 --> 00:23:56,600
Not now, Torres.

493
00:24:01,800 --> 00:24:03,200
He threaten your family?

494
00:24:03,200 --> 00:24:05,200
I got two little girls, man.

495
00:24:05,600 --> 00:24:07,900
You think you can match him, but you can't.

496
00:24:07,900 --> 00:24:10,000
I was there. I saw him with you.

497
00:24:10,000 --> 00:24:11,500
He's better than you.

498
00:24:14,700 --> 00:24:16,600
Well, if he was better than me,

499
00:24:17,000 --> 00:24:18,800
I wouldn't have been able to find you, would I?

500
00:24:18,800 --> 00:24:20,300
And I can protect your family.

501
00:24:20,300 --> 00:24:21,800
Whatever it takes.

502
00:24:21,800 --> 00:24:23,400
All right, look, Calvo.

503
00:24:26,600 --> 00:24:28,600
This is the girl he's got now.

504
00:24:28,600 --> 00:24:30,700
You helped him take her.

505
00:24:32,000 --> 00:24:33,800
Now, help us save her.

506
00:24:40,700 --> 00:24:42,700
He gave me the letter. He said if I didn't deliver it,

507
00:24:42,700 --> 00:24:44,800
he'd come after my little girls.

508
00:24:44,800 --> 00:24:46,100
So, you just did what he asked?

509
00:24:46,100 --> 00:24:47,200
First, it was once in a while.

510
00:24:47,200 --> 00:24:48,500
I would take the letter and put it underneath

511
00:24:48,500 --> 00:24:51,300
the heavy trash can at Grant Park.

512
00:24:52,600 --> 00:24:53,800
But I never see no one pick them up.

513
00:24:53,800 --> 00:24:55,300
This is Reynolds.

514
00:24:55,300 --> 00:24:56,300
I need a surveillance team.

515
00:24:56,300 --> 00:24:58,300
Hurry up! And then, suddenly...

516
00:24:58,300 --> 00:25:00,500
Jenkins' crime spree began all over again.

517
00:25:00,500 --> 00:25:02,300
Those were my little girls, man.

518
00:25:03,500 --> 00:25:04,700
I'm sorry.

519
00:25:05,000 --> 00:25:07,000
I'm sorry. Listen,

520
00:25:07,000 --> 00:25:08,600
If you come through for us with this,

521
00:25:08,600 --> 00:25:12,400
I'll put you and your whole family in protective custody by the end of the day.

522
00:25:14,200 --> 00:25:15,800
He gave me another letter today, man.

523
00:25:15,800 --> 00:25:17,800
He gave you a letter today?

524
00:25:17,800 --> 00:25:18,900
While you were here?

525
00:25:18,900 --> 00:25:20,800
No, it couldn't be. We were watching him every second.

526
00:25:20,800 --> 00:25:23,800
There's no cameras in your bathroom, man.

527
00:25:25,300 --> 00:25:27,100
That was hours ago.

528
00:25:28,900 --> 00:25:29,500
I'm sorry.

529
00:25:29,500 --> 00:25:32,100
Yeah, get a unit over to Grant Park right now.

530
00:25:32,100 --> 00:25:34,600
And if anybody even goes near a trash can, you grab them.

531
00:25:34,600 --> 00:25:36,000
You understand me?

532
00:25:36,600 --> 00:25:38,900
Hey, Jenkins? Jenkins.

533
00:25:38,900 --> 00:25:40,700
We got Calvo now.

534
00:25:41,300 --> 00:25:43,000
We know about the letter.

535
00:25:43,600 --> 00:25:45,500
So, we are going to find your little friend.

536
00:25:45,500 --> 00:25:47,300
Good reading, that letter.

537
00:25:48,700 --> 00:25:50,800
Might have mentioned a friend of yours.

538
00:25:53,700 --> 00:25:55,000
Thank you.

539
00:25:55,300 --> 00:25:56,500
Meeting Michelle,

540
00:25:56,800 --> 00:25:58,200
it really helped.

541
00:25:58,200 --> 00:25:59,400
I'm glad.

542
00:25:59,800 --> 00:26:02,300
You did some amazing work today, Natalie.

543
00:26:02,300 --> 00:26:04,600
I'll visit you tomorrow, okay?

544
00:26:04,600 --> 00:26:06,900
Can I give you a hug? Mm-hmm. Okay.

545
00:26:07,200 --> 00:26:08,100
Thank you, Gillian.

546
00:26:08,100 --> 00:26:09,300
Good night.

547
00:26:09,400 --> 00:26:10,500
Hey!

548
00:26:42,000 --> 00:26:43,500
No...

549
00:26:46,100 --> 00:26:48,300
I d... I didn't see him.

550
00:26:48,300 --> 00:26:50,800
Okay... He went that way. I just...

551
00:27:06,600 --> 00:27:08,700
Ooh, you look good in black and blue.

552
00:27:09,200 --> 00:27:10,900
Yeah, well, we're quite a pair.

553
00:27:12,000 --> 00:27:14,200
Reynolds had a team scour the area,

554
00:27:14,200 --> 00:27:15,900
but he was gone

555
00:27:18,000 --> 00:27:19,384
Jenkins was instructing him.

556
00:27:19,384 --> 00:27:22,321
He was passing notes through one of the guards.

557
00:27:23,400 --> 00:27:27,300
I told you I was going to Natalie's house right outside
the door to the Cube.

558
00:27:27,300 --> 00:27:29,000
He must have heard us.

559
00:27:37,700 --> 00:27:39,300
I'm sorry, love.

560
00:27:40,900 --> 00:27:43,900
He wouldn't have gone this far unless you were under his skin.

561
00:27:44,300 --> 00:27:45,700
Not worth it.

562
00:27:46,700 --> 00:27:47,700
You get hit, and it's okay?

563
00:27:47,700 --> 00:27:50,200
I get hit, and suddenly, it's time to throw in the towel?

564
00:27:52,000 --> 00:27:54,600
You got to spend some time with one of these victims.

565
00:27:56,700 --> 00:27:58,700
Then you tell me it's not worth it.

566
00:28:06,700 --> 00:28:08,000
It's Torres.

567
00:28:10,200 --> 00:28:10,800
Hey.

568
00:28:10,800 --> 00:28:12,200
Hey. How's Foster? Is she okay?

569
00:28:12,200 --> 00:28:14,300
Well, yeah. She's okay.

570
00:28:14,300 --> 00:28:15,400
Thank God.

571
00:28:16,100 --> 00:28:17,900
So, I got an idea.

572
00:28:18,100 --> 00:28:19,300
I want to bring in Michelle,

573
00:28:19,300 --> 00:28:21,500
one of the victims that Foster's been working with.

574
00:28:21,500 --> 00:28:23,000
Get her to talk to Jenkins.

575
00:28:23,000 --> 00:28:23,900
Absolutely not.

576
00:28:23,900 --> 00:28:26,300
Look, Jenkins gets off on the pain of his victims.

577
00:28:26,300 --> 00:28:28,800
Maybe a face to face will get him excited,

578
00:28:28,800 --> 00:28:29,700
get him to give up something.

579
00:28:29,700 --> 00:28:32,400
Oh, what? So you think that you can get more out of him than I can?

580
00:28:33,200 --> 00:28:34,900
You're pretty confident, aren't you?

581
00:28:34,900 --> 00:28:38,100
Camille's got less than 11 hours
before this guy makes her feel sorry she's alive.

582
00:28:38,100 --> 00:28:39,300
It's worth a shot.

583
00:28:39,300 --> 00:28:41,100
He'll demolish you. Forget it.

584
00:28:45,000 --> 00:28:46,400
Lightman just hung up on me.

585
00:28:46,400 --> 00:28:47,600
He wouldn't even listen.

586
00:28:48,800 --> 00:28:50,100
But I'm right.

587
00:28:51,200 --> 00:28:53,200
Hey, whatever you're thinking about doing, don't.

588
00:28:53,200 --> 00:28:54,600
I need your help.

589
00:28:55,300 --> 00:28:57,100
Yeah, I kind of figured that.

590
00:28:59,700 --> 00:29:01,100
Andrew Jenkins.

591
00:29:01,100 --> 00:29:02,300
I'm Ria Torres.

592
00:29:02,300 --> 00:29:04,200
Lightman's little protege.

593
00:29:05,000 --> 00:29:07,000
Has he given up on the game already?

594
00:29:08,000 --> 00:29:09,700
He had another appointment.

595
00:29:10,100 --> 00:29:11,900
But somebody else wanted to stop by.

596
00:29:19,900 --> 00:29:21,400
Remember me?

597
00:29:22,000 --> 00:29:23,400
Number 12.

598
00:29:23,800 --> 00:29:25,300
Pink scrubs.

599
00:29:30,400 --> 00:29:33,200
Does your boss know you arranged this little reunion?

600
00:29:33,200 --> 00:29:37,400
Yeah, he left it in a note I found underneath the trash can.

601
00:29:44,400 --> 00:29:45,800
Who is the copycat?

602
00:29:45,800 --> 00:29:47,900
You would have made a great nurse.

603
00:29:49,000 --> 00:29:50,700
What's your mother's name?

604
00:29:52,900 --> 00:29:54,800
What is this? What's happening in there?

605
00:29:54,900 --> 00:29:56,300
It's Torres' idea.

606
00:29:56,300 --> 00:29:59,500
She thought Jenkins might crack
if he was confronted with one of his victims.

607
00:29:59,500 --> 00:30:01,200
And no, Lightman doesn't know about it.

608
00:30:01,200 --> 00:30:02,600
Is it working?

609
00:30:03,000 --> 00:30:04,300
His skin temperature is rising.

610
00:30:04,300 --> 00:30:06,000
He's definitely aroused.

611
00:30:07,700 --> 00:30:10,100
And that was totally not the right thing to say.

612
00:30:10,100 --> 00:30:12,700
I should be on the other side of this glass.

613
00:30:13,000 --> 00:30:14,100
She shouldn't be alone.

614
00:30:14,100 --> 00:30:15,800
Who is the copycat?

615
00:30:15,800 --> 00:30:17,000
I don't know.

616
00:30:17,800 --> 00:30:20,300
Where did you spend your twelfth birthday?

617
00:30:20,900 --> 00:30:22,600
You could have at least come up with some different questions.

618
00:30:22,600 --> 00:30:24,100
Keep going, Michelle.

619
00:30:24,600 --> 00:30:26,300
Who is the copycat?

620
00:30:29,200 --> 00:30:30,400
Dr. Lightman.

621
00:30:32,200 --> 00:30:34,100
Get out. Get out.

622
00:30:34,400 --> 00:30:35,300
Ria, what's going on?

623
00:30:35,300 --> 00:30:36,900
Daddy's home. Get out.

624
00:30:36,900 --> 00:30:38,000
Now. All right.

625
00:30:39,800 --> 00:30:40,800
Michelle,

626
00:30:41,300 --> 00:30:42,600
I'm Cal Lightman.

627
00:30:43,600 --> 00:30:45,200
I think what you're doing is very brave,

628
00:30:45,200 --> 00:30:47,400
but I'm going to take over from here.

629
00:30:47,400 --> 00:30:48,100
All right.

630
00:30:57,700 --> 00:30:59,000
I told you not to... We've only got six hours.

631
00:30:59,000 --> 00:31:00,200
What did I say? What did I say?!

632
00:31:00,200 --> 00:31:02,700
What did I say?! I told you!

633
00:31:02,700 --> 00:31:04,600
I told you not to do this!

634
00:31:04,600 --> 00:31:05,400
She wanted to face him.

635
00:31:05,400 --> 00:31:10,300
This has got nothing-- nothing-- to do with what she wants!

636
00:31:10,300 --> 00:31:12,400
Do you hear me?! Now, get back to work!

637
00:31:12,400 --> 00:31:14,700
Get back to work!

638
00:31:18,000 --> 00:31:19,200
Spicy, that one.

639
00:31:19,200 --> 00:31:23,700
Now, the attack on my colleague was, uh, stupid.

640
00:31:24,100 --> 00:31:25,500
Now, you played your hand.

641
00:31:26,300 --> 00:31:27,700
Failed, by the way.

642
00:31:28,300 --> 00:31:29,900
If at first you don't succeed,

643
00:31:30,300 --> 00:31:31,700
try, try again.

644
00:31:32,300 --> 00:31:34,200
You know, he's still learning, that one.

645
00:31:35,500 --> 00:31:38,100
But you're not just mad at me, are you?

646
00:31:38,600 --> 00:31:40,400
Mmm. You're mad at her.

647
00:31:42,300 --> 00:31:44,100
She showed you up.

648
00:31:46,700 --> 00:31:50,100
No! No, no, no, no, no. Whoa, no, no. We're good.

649
00:31:50,300 --> 00:31:52,200
All good. All good.

650
00:32:03,800 --> 00:32:05,300
The copycat isn't copying anymore.

651
00:32:05,300 --> 00:32:07,000
They found Camille Halpern.

652
00:32:07,000 --> 00:32:07,900
She's dead.

653
00:32:21,900 --> 00:32:23,600
The attack on Foster--

654
00:32:25,300 --> 00:32:26,200
was predictable.

655
00:32:26,200 --> 00:32:27,700
I should have seen that coming.

656
00:32:28,400 --> 00:32:30,300
Can't always be one step ahead.

657
00:32:30,300 --> 00:32:33,300
Yeah, but I'm a man of science.

658
00:32:33,300 --> 00:32:34,500
Shouldn't have lost it like that.

659
00:32:34,500 --> 00:32:37,100
You were trying to show off for your little protege.

660
00:32:37,400 --> 00:32:39,300
Show you were still Number One.

661
00:32:39,800 --> 00:32:42,000
But you got carried away, and...

662
00:32:42,400 --> 00:32:44,500
now she's walking all over you.

663
00:32:45,400 --> 00:32:48,500
And I suppose your protege
wouldn't act out like that, right?

664
00:32:48,500 --> 00:32:50,200
He's comparing me to the copycat.

665
00:32:50,200 --> 00:32:51,600
Short leash.

666
00:32:52,500 --> 00:32:53,800
That's the key.

667
00:32:53,800 --> 00:32:55,400
When I first met Torres,

668
00:32:55,400 --> 00:33:00,000
she was screening carry-ons at the airport for 12 bucks an hour.

669
00:33:00,000 --> 00:33:03,400
Now barely four months later, she's breaking up with me.

670
00:33:03,400 --> 00:33:05,000
Maybe she likes me better.

671
00:33:05,000 --> 00:33:07,300
No, I'm not talking about romance here.

672
00:33:07,700 --> 00:33:12,600
This is the third phase
of the mentor-protege relationship-- separation.

673
00:33:12,600 --> 00:33:14,600
Phase one-- initiation,

674
00:33:14,600 --> 00:33:16,500
establishing shared interests.

675
00:33:16,500 --> 00:33:17,700
Like falling in love.

676
00:33:17,700 --> 00:33:19,000
Phase two's even better.

677
00:33:19,000 --> 00:33:21,900
Mutual growth, high productivity.

678
00:33:21,900 --> 00:33:23,400
Could go on for years.

679
00:33:24,000 --> 00:33:26,300
And then one day,

680
00:33:27,400 --> 00:33:31,200
the protege surpasses the mentor.

681
00:33:35,600 --> 00:33:37,100
He closed.

682
00:33:37,400 --> 00:33:38,700
Jenkins' heart rate is through the roof.

683
00:33:38,700 --> 00:33:40,800
He's not a happy camper.

684
00:33:44,300 --> 00:33:46,200
Murder's all over the news.

685
00:33:46,800 --> 00:33:48,200
He's even got a nickname.

686
00:33:48,200 --> 00:33:50,100
He's the "Capital Killer."

687
00:33:50,900 --> 00:33:53,400
He's more famous than you are now, so...

688
00:33:53,400 --> 00:33:54,900
I should tell you,

689
00:33:55,200 --> 00:33:59,000
Lightman asked me to get those photos made
when we first discovered that Camille was missing.

690
00:33:59,000 --> 00:34:00,800
So Camille's not dead?

691
00:34:01,200 --> 00:34:02,300
We don't know yet.

692
00:34:02,300 --> 00:34:04,200
Lightman knew from the beginning it was all a setup.

693
00:34:04,200 --> 00:34:06,200
He planned the whole thing, all of it.

694
00:34:06,200 --> 00:34:08,200
Even letting Jenkins see through him at the prison.

695
00:34:08,200 --> 00:34:09,600
Yeah, he set up a false power dynamic--

696
00:34:09,600 --> 00:34:11,500
build Jenkins' confidence,

697
00:34:11,500 --> 00:34:13,100
lower his defenses.

698
00:34:13,100 --> 00:34:14,100
Lightman played me, too.

699
00:34:14,100 --> 00:34:15,800
He pushed me to disobey him,

700
00:34:15,800 --> 00:34:17,800
'cause he knew it would trigger Jenkins.

701
00:34:17,800 --> 00:34:19,200
The long con.

702
00:34:21,400 --> 00:34:23,400
One of Lightman's favorite moves.

703
00:34:24,400 --> 00:34:25,300
You knew?

704
00:34:26,600 --> 00:34:27,800
No idea.

705
00:34:30,100 --> 00:34:31,700
He is scary good.

706
00:34:31,700 --> 00:34:34,600
Seems like I'm not the only one going through a breakup.

707
00:34:36,100 --> 00:34:37,300
Too bad.

708
00:34:39,200 --> 00:34:41,000
June would have been four years.

709
00:34:42,600 --> 00:34:44,100
The fruit and flowers anniversary.

710
00:34:44,100 --> 00:34:46,200
He just gave us a time frame for the initiation.

711
00:34:46,200 --> 00:34:47,300
Well, thank you.

712
00:34:47,300 --> 00:34:48,400
For what?

713
00:34:55,000 --> 00:34:56,300
For what?!

714
00:34:56,700 --> 00:34:57,700
The truth.

715
00:35:03,253 --> 00:35:04,335
Hey fanboy

716
00:35:04,400 --> 00:35:08,100
I need to know if something big happened in Jenkins' life,
in June, four years ago.

717
00:35:08,100 --> 00:35:10,700
Um, his parole hearing.

718
00:35:11,000 --> 00:35:13,200
I was there. I taped the whole thing.

719
00:35:13,700 --> 00:35:18,200
Okay, I'm here at Andrew Jenkins'
first parole hearing.

720
00:35:18,200 --> 00:35:20,100
In just moments, Jenkins himself

721
00:35:20,100 --> 00:35:21,800
is going to walk into the room.

722
00:35:21,800 --> 00:35:23,200
This is just weird.

723
00:35:23,200 --> 00:35:24,800
I had to spend the day with him.

724
00:35:24,800 --> 00:35:26,600
There's got to be something on this tape.

725
00:35:26,600 --> 00:35:28,200
There's Michelle and her husband.

726
00:35:28,200 --> 00:35:32,100
Can you imagine having to sit there and look at the guy that did that to your wife?

727
00:35:33,200 --> 00:35:34,300
That's Milo's fan club.

728
00:35:34,300 --> 00:35:35,600
It has to be one of them.

729
00:35:35,600 --> 00:35:37,800
Well, they might be working together as a team.

730
00:35:41,500 --> 00:35:42,100
Nice.

731
00:35:42,100 --> 00:35:43,600
Go back.

732
00:35:43,600 --> 00:35:45,000
Stop it there.

733
00:35:46,100 --> 00:35:47,600
And on the husband.

734
00:35:51,700 --> 00:35:53,000
And freeze it.

735
00:35:55,100 --> 00:35:56,300
All right, Torres, what do you see?

736
00:35:56,300 --> 00:36:00,000
Uh, something weird about his anger towards Jenkins.

737
00:36:00,300 --> 00:36:02,600
Yeah, onset's too fast.

738
00:36:02,600 --> 00:36:03,800
What does that mean?

739
00:36:03,800 --> 00:36:06,300
Real anger starts more slowly and then builds.

740
00:36:06,300 --> 00:36:09,100
Fake anger has a more jagged onset.

741
00:36:09,300 --> 00:36:10,900
Comes in stages.

742
00:36:11,200 --> 00:36:13,000
And after the fake anger,

743
00:36:13,400 --> 00:36:15,000
adulation.

744
00:36:15,000 --> 00:36:16,700
Oh, my God.

745
00:36:17,800 --> 00:36:19,300
Husband's a fan.

746
00:36:24,800 --> 00:36:26,600
Do you know where Paul is?

747
00:36:26,600 --> 00:36:29,500
He, um, he checks on his empty listings every night.

748
00:36:29,500 --> 00:36:31,200
He's a real estate agent.

749
00:36:33,700 --> 00:36:36,000
Can we, uh, can we have his addresses?

750
00:36:36,000 --> 00:36:37,300
What's going on?

751
00:36:40,800 --> 00:36:43,300
Paul Russell is not your husband's real name.

752
00:36:44,500 --> 00:36:49,100
It's Leo Carter. He changed it
six years ago before you met.

753
00:36:49,100 --> 00:36:51,300
I-I don't understand.

754
00:36:51,300 --> 00:36:55,500
We found letters he wrote to Andrew Jenkins in prison.

755
00:36:56,000 --> 00:36:58,400
He wanted to tell him how much he hated him.

756
00:36:58,400 --> 00:36:59,800
How he hurt me.

757
00:36:59,800 --> 00:37:02,300
No. They were-- they were fan letters.

758
00:37:02,300 --> 00:37:05,600
From before you two even met.

759
00:37:05,600 --> 00:37:06,600
That's not possible.

760
00:37:06,600 --> 00:37:08,000
Michelle, we really... No.

761
00:37:11,800 --> 00:37:14,900
He sought you out to be close to Jenkins,

762
00:37:15,300 --> 00:37:18,000
and to be close to what Jenkins did to you.

763
00:37:22,000 --> 00:37:26,700
So, um, so all those nights where he told me

764
00:37:26,700 --> 00:37:30,700
that I should talk about-about what happened,

765
00:37:30,700 --> 00:37:33,400
that it would help me, you're saying that he would...

766
00:37:33,700 --> 00:37:35,600
he was enjoying it?

767
00:37:37,900 --> 00:37:40,200
Michelle, you can help us find Camille.

768
00:37:40,200 --> 00:37:41,400
In time.

769
00:37:44,200 --> 00:37:48,300
The listings are in the drawer next to the desk.

770
00:37:52,000 --> 00:37:53,100
All right.

771
00:37:56,200 --> 00:37:59,000
All right... Well, there's over 20 houses here.

772
00:37:59,000 --> 00:38:00,400
Have you got enough men to get to all of them?

773
00:38:00,400 --> 00:38:01,500
We only have to find the one.

774
00:38:01,500 --> 00:38:03,400
Now Foster said underground, right?

775
00:38:03,400 --> 00:38:05,100
That means the place would have a basement

776
00:38:05,100 --> 00:38:07,800
and an attached garage so that he could drive right in.

777
00:38:08,300 --> 00:38:10,300
Houses shouldn't be too close together.

778
00:38:10,600 --> 00:38:13,600
And he'd prefer a young, busy neighborhood.

779
00:38:13,600 --> 00:38:16,000
The more going on, the less people notice.

780
00:38:16,700 --> 00:38:18,600
63 Meadow Lane. McLean, Virginia.

781
00:38:18,600 --> 00:38:19,800
Let's go.

782
00:39:07,600 --> 00:39:09,700
It's all right. You're safe now.

783
00:39:11,279 --> 00:39:13,369
Stop! Freeze!

784
00:39:51,000 --> 00:39:52,300
Go home.

785
00:39:54,200 --> 00:39:55,500
You used me.

786
00:39:56,300 --> 00:39:57,900
You made it easy.

787
00:39:59,700 --> 00:40:02,700
How did you know how to get to Jenkins?

788
00:40:03,500 --> 00:40:06,100
In prison, the first time I asked him

789
00:40:06,500 --> 00:40:10,300
about the copycat, he showed pride.

790
00:40:10,700 --> 00:40:13,500
Also there was just the faintest hint of anger.

791
00:40:13,500 --> 00:40:16,100
So I knew he resented his protege.

792
00:40:17,400 --> 00:40:21,000
Right. The kind of thing only you would notice.

793
00:40:21,000 --> 00:40:22,700
Yeah, well, I'm trying to teach you.

794
00:40:25,500 --> 00:40:27,500
You let me think that Camille was dead.

795
00:40:27,500 --> 00:40:29,100
Yeah, yeah, I did.

796
00:40:29,100 --> 00:40:31,500
Couldn't afford anyone knowing that any part of this

797
00:40:31,500 --> 00:40:32,800
was a con-- Jenkins would have read it.

798
00:40:32,800 --> 00:40:33,800
Reynolds knew.

799
00:40:33,800 --> 00:40:35,500
Only about the photograph.

800
00:40:37,700 --> 00:40:39,900
Are you jealous? Really?

801
00:40:44,700 --> 00:40:46,600
How long till we break up for real?

802
00:40:47,300 --> 00:40:48,500
Eons.

803
00:40:49,700 --> 00:40:51,300
You've got loads to learn.

804
00:41:04,000 --> 00:41:06,400
Hey.

805
00:41:08,400 --> 00:41:12,600
This is my assistant's notion of whimsy.

806
00:41:12,900 --> 00:41:14,300
Very cute.

807
00:41:15,700 --> 00:41:16,500
Yeah?

808
00:41:16,700 --> 00:41:19,900
Look, I just wanted to say thank you.

809
00:41:21,500 --> 00:41:22,900
Hell of a job.

810
00:41:24,700 --> 00:41:27,600
There's no universal signal for gratitude.

811
00:41:30,300 --> 00:41:32,000
Surprises some people.

812
00:41:33,000 --> 00:41:35,300
Well, it's a good thing I can use my words.

813
00:41:37,000 --> 00:41:39,200
Your boss wants to put me on a retainer.

814
00:41:41,600 --> 00:41:44,500
Well, even the government has a good idea once in a while

815
00:41:44,500 --> 00:41:47,000
I'll make FBI cases my number one priority.

816
00:41:47,000 --> 00:41:49,200
In exchange, they pay me handsomely

817
00:41:49,200 --> 00:41:51,800
and give me full access to federal resources.

818
00:41:52,500 --> 00:41:54,200
Well, good luck with that.

819
00:41:54,800 --> 00:41:56,200
Including you.

820
00:42:00,600 --> 00:42:01,600
Excuse me?

821
00:42:01,600 --> 00:42:04,700
They want me to have a man with a gun around full time.

822
00:42:06,600 --> 00:42:08,400
To protect the valuables, huh?

823
00:42:09,800 --> 00:42:11,300
Guess I can't blame them.

824
00:42:11,300 --> 00:42:14,600
I mean, you guys are a bunch of scientist nerds

825
00:42:14,600 --> 00:42:17,100
running around poking your nose in people's faces--

826
00:42:17,100 --> 00:42:18,600
calling them liars.

827
00:42:19,400 --> 00:42:21,200
But I am not a bodyguard.

828
00:42:21,400 --> 00:42:25,400
I don't have anything like you in my toolbox.

829
00:42:26,300 --> 00:42:28,100
And you're something that I clearly need.

830
00:42:28,100 --> 00:42:31,700
Without you, we wouldn't have found
Camille Halpern in time.

831
00:42:31,700 --> 00:42:32,600
Plus,

832
00:42:33,300 --> 00:42:35,400
Foster could have been killed today.

833
00:42:36,400 --> 00:42:37,400
I said yes.

834
00:42:37,400 --> 00:42:40,800
Yeah, well, I'm flattered, but I'm saying no.

835
00:42:40,800 --> 00:42:42,200
No, you're not flattered.

836
00:42:43,400 --> 00:42:44,700
You're angry.

837
00:42:45,900 --> 00:42:48,000
But the decision's been made

838
00:42:48,200 --> 00:42:50,200
above your pay grade, so...

839
00:42:52,500 --> 00:42:54,000
Hey, hey.

840
00:42:54,000 --> 00:43:00,600
Look, if this happens, I work for the FBI. I don't work for you.

841
00:43:00,900 --> 00:43:02,900
You actually believe that, don't you?

842
00:43:05,200 --> 00:43:07,300
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