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No distractions.

No histrionics.

 

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Everyone

on the ground!

 

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You stay with him

until I reach the teller window.

 

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He'll take care of the cameras

and the lights.

 

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Me and the others

will control the situation

 

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while you

open the safe.

 

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We're in. We're out.

 

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I need a gun.

 

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Writin' a book

like this is like--

 

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well, it's not easy.

 

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You know, it's like

a high-wire act, really.

 

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I mean, especially since

the whole thing

 

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hinges on

a science which--

 

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take my word for it--

in the wrong hands, would be a gaping yawn.

 

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I mean, you can't make

sense of what you see, you see?

 

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Human face is like

a puzzle. It--

 

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you gotta know

what to look for.

 

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Um...

 

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This book,

it's just not--

 

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it's not gonna write itself,

you know what I mean?

 

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Are you saying

your science is like art?

 

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Small "a."

 

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Uh, he's selfish,

some say brilliant,

 

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but a bully.

 

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He's dangerous.

He's a narcissist,

 

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and, uh, I can see

that you are--

 

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you're wondering how it is

I've managed to work for him this long,

 

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and, uh, you know,

the truth is I don't know.

 

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I don't know, but the point

is that I'm here now.

 

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Dr. Lightman, let me

be completely clear.

 

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You look like

you could use a drink.

 

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Beg your pardon?

 

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Glass of water just

to clear the throat, you know.

 

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Back in a jiffy.

 

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Torres,

in 2 minutes, right,

 

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I want you to come

in my office

 

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and tell me

I'm needed urgently.

 

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Needed urgently where?

 

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I don't know.

I don't care, all right?

 

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But make it good,

all right?

 

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Ok. Yeah.

No problem.

 

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Uh, why?

 

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Is this

the Torres group already,

 

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or is it still

the Lightman group?

 

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Right.

 

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It's tap water.

 

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You know, hope

that's all right.

 

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Save the planet.

All that. You know what I mean?

 

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My client,

DeWitt and Jones publishing,

 

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is tired of waiting

 

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for the book they contracted you

to write over 2 years ago.

 

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They now need evidence that

you're working in good faith

 

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commensurate with

the generous advance they paid.

 

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In other words,

deliver the book

 

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before the end

of the quarter,

 

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or next time we see each other

will be in court,

 

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and you'll be facing charges of misrepresentation

and, uh, fraud.

 

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End of the quarter?

 

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I mean, what do they

think I'm writin' here, a check?

 

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That'd be

an elegant way out,

 

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save the inevitable lien

on your assets.

 

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My advice to you--

write the damn book.

 

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It's just tap water!

 

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It's not poison!

 

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Who was that?

 

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That was someone

with more contempt for me

 

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than they have for the planet,

which is saying something.

 

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She's a 24-karat pit bull,

that one.

 

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But then you already

knew that, didn't you?

 

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Thanks for the heads-up.

 

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Have you written

even one word of this book?

 

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Which, by the way, you failed

to ever tell me about.

 

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Well, the hard part...

 

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Thank you for calling

district bank.

 

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Is in here.

Rest is easy.

 

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Let's hope so,

for all our sakes.

 

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Meaning?

 

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This is a business.

You may not care

 

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about your responsibilities

to the rest of us,

 

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but please stop acting like

you're not even aware of them.

 

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Dr. Lightman, you're needed

in the lab urgently.

 

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You're late.

 

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For corporate accounts,

press 2.

 

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And you're leaking.

 

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Your approximate

wait time is 11 minutes.

 

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Ah, bollocks.

 

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I need access

to my account, please.

 

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Yeah.

 

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You see that, right?

You see that?

 

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They always look

at me like that.

 

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I mean, do I look like

a criminal to you?

 

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Don't answer that.

 

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Cal Lightman.

 

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Hi.

Pleased to meet you, too.

 

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Now, ay attention.

Keep up.

 

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You see these two?

 

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They're on the rocks.

 

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She's had it up to here with him,

and, uh, he blames her,

 

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so now it's all

down to the money.

 

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And see this one

over here?

 

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That's your average

honor student, that is.

 

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Or meth head.

 

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Possible to be both.

 

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But I digress.

 

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I didn't catch your name.

 

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Well, that's because you haven't

given me a chance.

 

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How you doin'?

You all right?

 

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Yeah.

 

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So are you looking

for someone, or, uh,

 

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you know, you just

casin' the joint?

 

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What?

 

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No, it's all right.

 

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Secret's safe with me,

as long as you cut me in.

 

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So, uh, when you

gonna do it, then?

 

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Do what?

 

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Rob the bank.

 

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<font color=#FFFF00>♪ Lie to Me 3x01 ♪ </font>

<font color=#00FFFF>In the Red </font>

<font color=#FF7F00>Brand New Day</font> by Ryan Star

 

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♪ dream,

send me a sign ♪

 

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♪ turn back the clock ♪

 

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♪ give me some time ♪

 

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♪ I need to break out ♪

 

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♪ and make a new name ♪

 

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♪ let's open our eyes ♪

 

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♪ to the brand-new day ♪

 

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What?! Is it

something I said?!

 

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Thank you.

 

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Oh, that's interesting.

 

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How much time'd you do?

 

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Listen, Buddy,

whatever you're sellin',

 

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I'm not buyin',

all right?

 

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State or federal?

 

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How do you know I was in?

 

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My money's on state.

 

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When'd you get out?

Was it days ago?

 

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Weeks?

 

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I've been in exactly

the same place as you are now.

 

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I doubt that.

 

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In answer

to your question,

 

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I read faces.

 

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I didn't ask you anything.

 

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Yeah, you did.

Not only that,

 

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I used to work

in that bank,

 

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so I've got

the added edge.

 

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You worked in that bank?

 

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Yep, corporate office

downtown. Why?

 

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Nothin'.

 

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You sure about that,

are you?

 

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What's my face sayin'

right now?

 

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You wanna hit that bank

so much, it scares you.

 

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I wanna hit that bank

as bad as you do,  worse, probably.

 

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Could I just eat

my breakfast in peace?

 

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Good luck.

 

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You're gonna need it.

 

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Mr. Lightman.

 

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Let me guess.

 

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Bad news

about my accounts,

 

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which you're

secretly enjoying.

 

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Sorry to keep you.

 

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Sandy Baxter,

branch manager.

 

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Tell me I'm wrong, Sandy.

 

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Tell me my accounts haven't suddenly and

mysteriously been frozen.

 

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Maybe you'd like to discuss this somewhere

a little more private.

 

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Ah, pull the other one.

 

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Mr. Lightman,

there's really no need

 

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to adopt

that tone with me.

 

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First off, to you, Sandy,

it's Dr. Lightman.

 

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Dr. Lightman. Of course.

 

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Secondly,

you're about to get robbed.

 

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Excuse me.

 

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Robbed. You know,

 

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cleaned out, hit hard,

 

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guns and that.

 

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You follow?

 

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Yeah.

 

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So he was mappin'

your camera blind spots.

 

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I noticed, 'cause I

backed him out of one,

 

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which is why

you see him there.

 

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So he's a pro?

Well, if he was that good,

 

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it'd take me a little longer

than 2 minutes to spot him.

 

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Why didn't your

rent-a-cop spot him?

 

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Well, you see the world

differently, Mr. Ligh--

 

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Dr. Lightman,

 

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notice things

others don't.

 

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He recognized him,

 

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which makes me think

inside job.

 

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John Agro? He's been

at the bank 8 years.

 

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I know his wife.

 

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No one robs a bank alone.

 

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Can you prove

any of this?

 

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I intend to.

 

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You can't prove a thing.

 

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Well, even so, I'd call

the cops if I were you.

 

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And tell 'em what,

 

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the facial-tic guy says we're about

to get robbed?

 

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No cops, then?

 

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That's what you're saying?

 

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Correct.

 

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That doesn't come cheap.

 

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You think you and me,

we can work together?

 

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Is that it?

 

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You think you can follow

a few simple instructions?

 

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Simple instructions?

 

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You know this man?

 

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Never seen him.

 

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Why the fear of someone

you've never seen before, then?

 

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I'm telling you

I don't know the man.

 

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Oh, that's just not true.

 

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So if you've

never seen him...

 

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You've either smelled him,

 

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or you recognized

his voice.

 

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Recognized his voice.

 

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See how your face flinched?

 

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Directly linked to the muscles

in your sphincter.

 

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On my way home

a few nights ago, I--

 

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some guys

came up behind me,

 

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blindfolded me,

 

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took me to a room,

handcuffed me to a rail.

 

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They wanted blueprints

 

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and the combination

to the vault.

 

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They knew

what they were doing,

 

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and they'd done

their research.

 

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They knew

my wife has Lupus,

 

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where she goes

to the doctor,

 

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where my daughters

go to school,

 

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which classes

they take.

 

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They threatened

my family.

 

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You haven't given them

anything, though, have you?

 

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Right?

 

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But you came this close.

 

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When you recognized

his voice in the bank,

 

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you figured your time

to think was over.

 

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I'm gonna need

those blueprints

 

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and the combination to the vault.

You have 'em?

 

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What do you need the blueprints and

vault combination for?

 

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You froze my assets.

 

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I froze our assets, Cal.

 

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Look, it's funny, 'cause I

remember hiring you,

 

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but I don't remember

marrying you.

 

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You're gonna do something insane

to help that bank guard.

 

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Absolutely certifiable.

 

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Please tell me there's a method

to your madness.

 

242

00:12:17,645 --> 00:12:20,647

Well, a man's family got threatened.

You know what I mean?

 

243

00:12:20,698 --> 00:12:21,748

2 of 'em, actually.

 

244

00:12:21,816 --> 00:12:23,584

2 family men?

Who's the other one?

 

245

00:12:23,651 --> 00:12:25,502

Well, the guy I saw

casing the bank, right,

 

246

00:12:25,587 --> 00:12:28,172

he's not exactly your armed-robber type.

You know what I mean?

 

247

00:12:28,256 --> 00:12:30,207

Little bit more to him

than meets the eye.

 

248

00:12:30,291 --> 00:12:31,592

You didn't hire me.

 

249

00:12:31,659 --> 00:12:33,827

You asked me

to be your partner.

 

250

00:12:33,878 --> 00:12:36,130

I practically begged you,

 

251

00:12:36,181 --> 00:12:37,664

if I recall.

 

252

00:12:37,715 --> 00:12:39,266

Those were the days, eh?

 

253

00:12:39,333 --> 00:12:42,603

I'll have Loker and Torres interview

everybody at the bank.

 

254

00:12:42,670 --> 00:12:48,175

And find out who knew

that the guard's wife had Lupus.

 

255

00:12:48,226 --> 00:12:49,810

And unfreeze my assets.

 

256

00:12:51,062 --> 00:12:52,779

Oh, I'm sorry.

 

257

00:12:52,847 --> 00:12:54,531

Our assets.

 

258

00:13:00,905 --> 00:13:02,322

Unused round.

 

259

00:13:02,373 --> 00:13:03,790

Safety's still on.

She panicked.

 

260

00:13:03,858 --> 00:13:06,693

Uhh. Can you throw

some more coffee grounds in the pan?

 

261

00:13:06,744 --> 00:13:08,462

This one's really

startin' to stink.

 

262

00:13:08,529 --> 00:13:10,464

Hey, there, eh?

 

263

00:13:10,531 --> 00:13:12,699

I'm with her.

 

264

00:13:14,219 --> 00:13:16,587

Last time I saw you,

you maced me.

 

265

00:13:16,671 --> 00:13:19,139

That's 'cause you

broke into my house.

 

266

00:13:20,141 --> 00:13:21,708

She didn't know

her killer.

 

267

00:13:21,759 --> 00:13:23,427

What?

How can you tell that?

 

268

00:13:23,511 --> 00:13:26,964

Well, that's fear, that is,

all over her face.

 

269

00:13:27,031 --> 00:13:28,215

No contempt there.

 

270

00:13:28,266 --> 00:13:30,434

Not just another

pretty face, huh?

 

271

00:13:30,518 --> 00:13:32,986

I need an I.D. tech.

 

272

00:13:33,855 --> 00:13:35,272

What did he steal,

a pen?

 

273

00:13:35,356 --> 00:13:37,524

Nah. They got chains on 'em.

 

274

00:13:38,443 --> 00:13:40,611

Hey, run this for me,

would you?

 

275

00:13:42,230 --> 00:13:44,815

Smells like a barista's

underpants in here.

 

276

00:13:46,500 --> 00:13:48,385

Look, I'm telling you,

although this Sarah Lange

 

277

00:13:48,469 --> 00:13:51,171

has the right qualifications on paper,

she is not an ideal candidate.

 

278

00:13:51,222 --> 00:13:54,358

Loker, I hear your concern, and I get where

you're coming from,

 

279

00:13:54,442 --> 00:13:56,226

but please

just do as I ask.

 

280

00:13:56,311 --> 00:13:57,561

Ask? You mean tell.

 

281

00:13:57,645 --> 00:13:59,012

I knew you understood.

 

282

00:13:59,030 --> 00:14:01,114

Can you give me a reason??

 

283

00:14:01,182 --> 00:14:03,567

Ideal is overrated.

 

284

00:14:03,651 --> 00:14:06,686

Lightman is gonna chew her up

and spit her out.

 

285

00:14:06,738 --> 00:14:09,039

Or maybe he'll choke.

 

286

00:14:12,911 --> 00:14:15,295

Bank job.

 

287

00:14:15,363 --> 00:14:17,047

Good case. Good collar.

 

288

00:14:17,131 --> 00:14:19,850

Federal case,

but what's the catch?

 

289

00:14:19,918 --> 00:14:23,737

And what happened to your

brother from another mother?

 

290

00:14:26,307 --> 00:14:29,259

If by that,

you mean Agent Reynolds,

 

291

00:14:29,344 --> 00:14:32,729

I severed my ties

with the FBI.

 

292

00:14:32,814 --> 00:14:34,547

I'm no one's lap dog.

 

293

00:14:37,602 --> 00:14:39,052

Wallowski.

 

294

00:14:41,606 --> 00:14:43,657

Your friend's name

is Mike Salinger.

 

295

00:14:43,724 --> 00:14:45,909

Parolee, huh?

 

296

00:14:45,994 --> 00:14:48,662

Sure. Give me the number.

 

297

00:14:48,729 --> 00:14:50,347

Mm-hmm.

 

298

00:14:52,700 --> 00:14:53,617

Yep.

 

299

00:14:53,701 --> 00:14:55,085

Thanks.

 

300

00:14:55,169 --> 00:14:56,753

Did 3 years for assault.

 

301

00:14:56,838 --> 00:15:00,173

Played field-goal kicker

with the head of a middle manager

 

302

00:15:00,241 --> 00:15:02,259

at district American Bank,

Silver Spring.

 

303

00:15:02,343 --> 00:15:03,844

Same bank he was casing.

 

304

00:15:03,911 --> 00:15:05,929

He just got out 18 days ago.

 

305

00:15:06,014 --> 00:15:08,415

Hey, where you goin'?

I feel used.

 

306

00:15:08,466 --> 00:15:10,517

You mean "dirty."

 

307

00:15:11,386 --> 00:15:12,585

Have a nice life.

 

308

00:15:12,637 --> 00:15:14,521

You have a nice smile.

 

309

00:15:14,589 --> 00:15:16,306

How would you know?

 

310

00:15:16,391 --> 00:15:18,191

I'm lookin' at it.

 

311

00:15:21,145 --> 00:15:25,265

Trust me, this has nothing

to do with your deafness.

 

312

00:15:25,316 --> 00:15:26,533

Deafness, right?

 

313

00:15:26,600 --> 00:15:28,735

Deafness. Handicap.

 

314

00:15:28,786 --> 00:15:31,071

It's ok. I'm used to it.

 

315

00:15:31,139 --> 00:15:33,957

It's just

that Dr. Lightman is...

 

316

00:15:35,710 --> 00:15:37,377

He's complicated.

 

317

00:15:47,255 --> 00:15:49,473

Nothing suspicious

at the bank.

 

318

00:15:50,341 --> 00:15:51,558

You sure about that?

 

319

00:15:51,625 --> 00:15:52,559

100%.

 

320

00:15:52,626 --> 00:15:53,844

Where have you been?

 

321

00:15:53,928 --> 00:15:56,596

This is a 70% science

at best, Torres.

 

322

00:15:56,648 --> 00:15:59,132

What's he up to

in there, then?

 

323

00:15:59,200 --> 00:16:01,034

Interviewing

grad students.

 

324

00:16:01,102 --> 00:16:02,519

Really?

To replace him?

 

325

00:16:02,603 --> 00:16:06,890

He's not the most patient

of, um...

 

326

00:16:08,660 --> 00:16:11,611

Look, I would be lying

to you if I didn't tell you

 

327

00:16:11,663 --> 00:16:13,697

what it's like

to actually work for him.

 

328

00:16:13,781 --> 00:16:15,699

Mike Salinger.

Family man,

 

329

00:16:15,783 --> 00:16:17,534

homeowner, electrician.

 

330

00:16:17,618 --> 00:16:18,919

He did 3 years

for assault.

 

331

00:16:18,986 --> 00:16:20,454

Yeah, he got out

18 days ago.

 

332

00:16:20,505 --> 00:16:22,506

Tell me something

I don't know.

 

333

00:16:22,590 --> 00:16:24,341

Is he interviewing

for friends?

 

334

00:16:24,425 --> 00:16:26,543

You'll be miserable.

He'll drive you crazy.

 

335

00:16:26,627 --> 00:16:28,512

He has no respect

for your time,

 

336

00:16:28,596 --> 00:16:31,381

much less any sort of life that

you may have outside of this place.

 

337

00:16:31,466 --> 00:16:33,166

Oh, and make no mistake.

Most of what

 

338

00:16:33,217 --> 00:16:36,687

constitutes that work will involve

nothing more than fool's errands.

 

339

00:16:36,771 --> 00:16:39,056

You should stop

worrying about me

 

340

00:16:39,140 --> 00:16:41,391

and worry more

about yourself.

 

341

00:16:42,694 --> 00:16:44,945

You can read lips.

 

342

00:16:45,012 --> 00:16:47,114

What's he saying about me?

 

343

00:16:52,503 --> 00:16:54,955

Henry Allen Miller.

 

344

00:16:55,022 --> 00:16:57,541

He was released 3 months ago,

Salinger's cellmate.

 

345

00:16:57,625 --> 00:16:59,576

Miller was the only one caught

8 years ago

 

346

00:16:59,660 --> 00:17:01,962

when this

armored-car driver

 

347

00:17:02,029 --> 00:17:05,031

ended up a paraplegic

for life.

 

348

00:17:05,083 --> 00:17:07,634

We need to get the police

involved in is now.

 

349

00:17:07,701 --> 00:17:10,387

I'm all over

that one, love.

 

350

00:17:11,222 --> 00:17:12,923

So he only did 8 years?

 

351

00:17:13,007 --> 00:17:15,041

What was he, model prisoner

or something?

 

352

00:17:15,109 --> 00:17:16,760

I'm waiting for

the prison authorities

 

353

00:17:16,844 --> 00:17:18,979

or whoever wrote his psych report

to get back to me on that.

 

354

00:17:19,046 --> 00:17:20,397

Well,

while you're waiting,

 

355

00:17:20,481 --> 00:17:22,933

I'll find Salinger and Miller through

their parole officers.

 

356

00:17:23,017 --> 00:17:24,317

Wait! Wait.

This Miller guy

 

357

00:17:24,385 --> 00:17:25,402

is clearly

very dangerous.

 

358

00:17:25,486 --> 00:17:27,187

Oh, well,

odds are, you know,

 

359

00:17:27,238 --> 00:17:29,356

they're still cellmates

on the outside.

 

360

00:17:38,666 --> 00:17:40,117

Hi.

 

361

00:17:40,201 --> 00:17:43,370

Mine's a scotch, neat.

 

362

00:17:44,255 --> 00:17:46,456

♪ Ain't seen the sunshine ♪

 

363

00:17:46,541 --> 00:17:48,191

♪ since I don't

know when... ♪

 

364

00:17:48,259 --> 00:17:49,576

How'd you find me?

 

365

00:17:49,627 --> 00:17:50,877

Magic.

 

366

00:17:52,580 --> 00:17:55,048

I got something you want, but it's

gonna cost you.

 

367

00:17:55,099 --> 00:17:57,083

Oh, you're the limey

he told me about.

 

368

00:17:57,135 --> 00:17:58,819

How'd you make him

in the bank?

 

369

00:17:58,886 --> 00:18:01,688

Well, the real question is how

didn't I make him?

 

370

00:18:01,755 --> 00:18:03,273

Hold him.

 

371

00:18:03,357 --> 00:18:04,524

Blimey.

 

372

00:18:05,526 --> 00:18:07,093

You don't look like

a bank employee.

 

373

00:18:07,145 --> 00:18:09,446

Ex-employee. Didn't he

tell you that bit?

 

374

00:18:09,530 --> 00:18:10,614

What are

you selling?

 

375

00:18:10,698 --> 00:18:12,482

Oh, now he's buyin'.

 

376

00:18:19,457 --> 00:18:22,242

Is this how you

normally do business?

 

377

00:18:23,327 --> 00:18:25,278

Oh.

 

378

00:18:25,329 --> 00:18:27,197

Oh, that's charming,

that is.

 

379

00:18:29,113 --> 00:18:30,429

I've got the schematics

to the bank.

 

380

00:18:30,481 --> 00:18:32,098

I got the combination

to the vault, all right?

 

381

00:18:32,149 --> 00:18:34,317

I'm here to do business.

What's in it for you?

 

382

00:18:34,401 --> 00:18:37,270

Well, besides the money,

it's personal between me and the bank.

 

383

00:18:39,030 --> 00:18:40,364

What'd they do to you?

 

384

00:18:40,448 --> 00:18:42,332

They downsized,

all right?

 

385

00:18:42,417 --> 00:18:45,919

I put in 15 years in that place makin'

other people money,

 

386

00:18:45,987 --> 00:18:49,172

and that--this is how they paid me back?

I beg to differ.

 

387

00:18:49,257 --> 00:18:50,624

Who was your boss?

 

388

00:18:52,159 --> 00:18:56,213

It's a plonker

named Ronnie Hart.

 

389

00:18:56,297 --> 00:18:57,848

Got a number?

 

390

00:18:57,932 --> 00:18:59,016

His home number.

 

391

00:18:59,100 --> 00:19:02,269

Do me a favor.

 

392

00:19:03,221 --> 00:19:04,388

Hold that.

 

393

00:19:05,974 --> 00:19:09,610

8 years in prison, you think they don't

teach us anything in there?

 

394

00:19:27,028 --> 00:19:29,696

Mr. Hart, sorry to

disturb you tonight.

 

395

00:19:29,747 --> 00:19:33,583

Need to find some information

on someone applying for a job.

 

396

00:19:35,903 --> 00:19:39,306

Yes. Well,

unfortunately...

 

397

00:19:42,060 --> 00:19:43,977

I got a feelin' this

is gonna be your last.

 

398

00:19:44,045 --> 00:19:46,179

Well, up yours, then.

 

399

00:19:55,389 --> 00:19:57,557

Downsized?

 

400

00:19:58,993 --> 00:20:00,861

You were fired.

 

401

00:20:01,896 --> 00:20:03,196

Did he say what for?

 

402

00:20:03,247 --> 00:20:04,748

Yeah. He didn't trust you.

 

403

00:20:04,832 --> 00:20:08,035

You're gonna give me

the blueprints and the bank combination.

 

404

00:20:08,086 --> 00:20:11,038

What, you think I'm stupid enough to bring

'em with me, do you?

 

405

00:20:11,089 --> 00:20:15,008

I know, for your sake, you better have

somebody get over here to drop it off.

 

406

00:20:15,843 --> 00:20:17,327

Thought so.

 

407

00:20:17,395 --> 00:20:20,797

49th and Blane,

30 minutes.

 

408

00:20:24,602 --> 00:20:25,769

Yeah.

 

409

00:20:27,772 --> 00:20:29,255

Ok.

 

410

00:20:32,043 --> 00:20:35,479

In your psychiatric report on Mr. Miller

for his parole hearing

 

411

00:20:35,563 --> 00:20:38,482

6 months ago,

you gave him a clean bill of health.

 

412

00:20:38,566 --> 00:20:40,400

I've worked in prisons.

 

413

00:20:40,451 --> 00:20:43,236

A clean bill of health?

Really?

 

414

00:20:43,304 --> 00:20:44,221

Doctor?

 

415

00:20:44,288 --> 00:20:47,207

Henry Allen Miller

had come a long way.

 

416

00:20:48,493 --> 00:20:50,777

So you wrote, uh--

here it is.

 

417

00:20:50,828 --> 00:20:55,048

"That he has dedicated

himself to the concept of rehabilitation

 

418

00:20:55,116 --> 00:20:57,050

"and shows no signs

that indicate

 

419

00:20:57,118 --> 00:20:59,219

any remaining

recidivistic tendencies."

 

420

00:20:59,286 --> 00:21:01,254

What does that mean?

 

421

00:21:01,305 --> 00:21:03,557

Miller paid his debt

to society, Dr. Foster.

 

422

00:21:03,624 --> 00:21:06,259

Your use of the phrase,

"concept of rehabilitation"

 

423

00:21:06,310 --> 00:21:08,845

suggests to me that there

may have been some doubt

 

424

00:21:08,930 --> 00:21:11,648

as to whether prison

had actually done that for Mr. Miller.

 

425

00:21:11,733 --> 00:21:15,185

Prison on its own

didn't help Mr. Miller.

 

426

00:21:15,269 --> 00:21:16,353

Right. Therapy helps,

so much so

 

427

00:21:16,437 --> 00:21:17,604

that he doesn't

need it anymore.

 

428

00:21:17,655 --> 00:21:18,605

I didn't say that.

 

429

00:21:18,656 --> 00:21:21,641

I know. That's my point.

Why not?

 

430

00:21:22,693 --> 00:21:25,529

Henry Allen Miller,

your former patient,

 

431

00:21:25,613 --> 00:21:28,515

is a suspect in another

potential armed robbery.

 

432

00:21:28,583 --> 00:21:30,083

Need I say more?

 

433

00:21:32,420 --> 00:21:34,487

All right.

This is it.

 

434

00:21:35,873 --> 00:21:37,040

Last known address.

 

435

00:21:38,342 --> 00:21:39,176

Dead end.

 

436

00:21:39,260 --> 00:21:41,962

Another

fool's errand.

 

437

00:21:42,013 --> 00:21:44,464

For a start,

Lightman did not tell us to come here.

 

438

00:21:44,515 --> 00:21:46,466

It's called initiative.

 

439

00:21:46,517 --> 00:21:48,301

Oh, you're gonna explain

initiative to me?

 

440

00:21:48,352 --> 00:21:51,221

Um...

 

441

00:21:52,390 --> 00:21:54,307

Can stay here and be

my lookout if you prefer.

 

442

00:21:54,358 --> 00:21:55,776

Aw, you just

wanna be like him.

 

443

00:21:55,843 --> 00:21:56,877

Any chance you get

 

444

00:21:56,944 --> 00:21:59,279

to cut a corner

or break a rule or a law,

 

445

00:21:59,346 --> 00:22:01,515

and you just expect

the rest of us

 

446

00:22:01,582 --> 00:22:04,117

to follow behind you and

clean up after you.

 

447

00:22:04,185 --> 00:22:06,987

Wow. All that

from one therapy session?

 

448

00:22:07,038 --> 00:22:10,157

You broke into my

personal calendar.

 

449

00:22:11,075 --> 00:22:12,659

You might wanna

ask your shrink

 

450

00:22:12,727 --> 00:22:15,745

why you made it

so easy for me to find.

 

451

00:22:20,301 --> 00:22:22,969

Seems like I'm not

the only one out for revenge here.

 

452

00:22:23,037 --> 00:22:25,689

All I care about's

what's in the vault.

 

453

00:22:26,607 --> 00:22:28,058

So how we gonna

do this, then?

 

454

00:22:28,142 --> 00:22:30,060

We split the job

4 ways, do we--

 

455

00:22:30,144 --> 00:22:32,262

you two and me

and my partner?

 

456

00:22:32,346 --> 00:22:34,397

All right, no, I--

no, I get it.

 

457

00:22:34,465 --> 00:22:35,916

So there's

more of you.

 

458

00:22:35,983 --> 00:22:37,350

Say no more.

 

459

00:22:37,401 --> 00:22:38,852

'Cause I don't

need to know,

 

460

00:22:38,903 --> 00:22:42,272

even if you wanted

to tell me. It's--

 

461

00:22:42,356 --> 00:22:44,491

what is it, 3 more?

 

462

00:22:44,558 --> 00:22:46,359

4?

 

463

00:22:46,410 --> 00:22:47,611

You talk too much.

 

464

00:22:47,695 --> 00:22:48,945

Anybody ever

tell you that before?

 

465

00:22:49,030 --> 00:22:50,897

Yeah, once or twice.

 

466

00:22:52,750 --> 00:22:54,451

I'll be back.

 

467

00:22:54,519 --> 00:22:59,206

49th and Blane it'll take me

no more than 10 minutes.

 

468

00:23:05,213 --> 00:23:07,380

So...

 

469

00:23:07,431 --> 00:23:09,599

It's a 6-man

heist job, then?

 

470

00:23:09,684 --> 00:23:11,685

I can't see you need

that much muscle.

 

471

00:23:11,752 --> 00:23:14,070

You keep pushing, you keep

talkin' about the split,

 

472

00:23:14,138 --> 00:23:17,290

and leavin' here with your life

is gonna be payment enough.

 

473

00:23:18,960 --> 00:23:20,177

You got any more food?

 

474

00:23:20,244 --> 00:23:23,079

I could eat a horse.

 

475

00:23:47,755 --> 00:23:49,573

Loker?

 

476

00:24:04,839 --> 00:24:06,756

Jerk.

 

477

00:24:06,841 --> 00:24:08,959

Be your lookout?

What do you think I am?

 

478

00:24:09,043 --> 00:24:11,177

More to the point,

what do you think you are?

 

479

00:24:12,746 --> 00:24:15,415

What would you have done

if that hadn't have been me?

 

480

00:24:15,466 --> 00:24:17,083

Ah, but it was you.

 

481

00:24:17,151 --> 00:24:18,752

Oh, grow up.

 

482

00:24:18,819 --> 00:24:20,887

I wrote the report

on Henry Allen Miller

 

483

00:24:20,938 --> 00:24:22,589

when I was

in my first trimester,

 

484

00:24:22,657 --> 00:24:24,641

if that's what

you're checking for.

 

485

00:24:25,977 --> 00:24:28,161

Did he know

you were pregnant?

 

486

00:24:36,270 --> 00:24:38,538

He threatened you,

didn't he?

 

487

00:24:49,000 --> 00:24:50,467

Seriously, right?

 

488

00:24:50,551 --> 00:24:55,105

How does a guy like you partner up with

a bloke like that, eh?

 

489

00:24:55,172 --> 00:24:59,359

Or how does a man

like you survive on the inside, eh?

 

490

00:24:59,427 --> 00:25:02,012

You don't know

anything about me.

 

491

00:25:02,096 --> 00:25:03,463

You owe him,

 

492

00:25:03,531 --> 00:25:05,031

don't you?

 

493

00:25:06,901 --> 00:25:09,819

You owe him your life.

 

494

00:25:11,105 --> 00:25:12,772

Shut up

and eat your food.

 

495

00:25:12,823 --> 00:25:16,192

Now you're using him

as a weapon against that bank, right?

 

496

00:25:18,663 --> 00:25:20,914

You got any salt?

 

497

00:25:44,388 --> 00:25:46,723

It's his eyes.

 

498

00:25:46,807 --> 00:25:48,391

It sounds crazy, I know.

 

499

00:25:50,027 --> 00:25:53,863

But he--he has these eyes that look

right through you.

 

500

00:25:53,948 --> 00:25:56,616

Your fear of him

sounds natural,

 

501

00:25:56,683 --> 00:25:58,284

considering

his history of violence,

 

502

00:25:58,352 --> 00:26:04,524

but the fact remains

you falsified his psychiatric report.

 

503

00:26:04,592 --> 00:26:06,710

You let him loose, doctor,

 

504

00:26:06,794 --> 00:26:09,662

when you believed

he could be a psychopath.

 

505

00:26:14,385 --> 00:26:17,253

Blueprints, but no

vault combination.

 

506

00:26:17,338 --> 00:26:19,422

You wanna live,

I want that combination.

 

507

00:26:19,507 --> 00:26:23,176

Well, it's in here,

all right?

 

508

00:26:23,244 --> 00:26:26,513

So you're gonna have to keep me

alive, all right?

 

509

00:26:26,564 --> 00:26:28,714

Otherwise, it's back

to plan "A" for you.

 

510

00:26:28,766 --> 00:26:29,983

You can shoot your way

into that bank.

 

511

00:26:30,050 --> 00:26:32,051

And good luck with that,

by the way.

 

512

00:26:38,570 --> 00:26:39,620

I told you.

 

513

00:26:39,671 --> 00:26:41,722

I don't have anything

to do with him anymore.

 

514

00:26:41,790 --> 00:26:46,494

We found this at your old house next

to his sleeping bag.

 

515

00:26:52,042 --> 00:26:52,992

What is this?

 

516

00:26:53,080 --> 00:26:56,048

I came here because I was told

he might be in trouble.

 

517

00:26:57,401 --> 00:26:58,918

It's your number.

 

518

00:26:59,002 --> 00:27:00,920

He keep in touch

with you?

 

519

00:27:01,004 --> 00:27:03,256

Your ex is a suspect

 

520

00:27:03,323 --> 00:27:05,308

in a plot to rob a bank

in Silver Spring.

 

521

00:27:05,375 --> 00:27:06,659

District bank?

 

522

00:27:06,727 --> 00:27:08,277

That's anger.

 

523

00:27:08,345 --> 00:27:09,845

I beg your pardon?

 

524

00:27:09,897 --> 00:27:11,130

At the bank or your ex?

 

525

00:27:11,198 --> 00:27:12,548

Or both?

 

526

00:27:12,616 --> 00:27:15,101

Anger's normal,

but if I saw contempt,

 

527

00:27:15,168 --> 00:27:18,037

I'd be more convinced

you were done with him.

 

528

00:27:19,406 --> 00:27:20,689

He wrote me letters.

 

529

00:27:20,741 --> 00:27:23,826

Still angry,

so not exactly love letters.

 

530

00:27:23,877 --> 00:27:25,378

There was this woman.

 

531

00:27:27,047 --> 00:27:29,615

She had Lupus.

He wanted me to--

 

532

00:27:29,683 --> 00:27:32,718

to make friends with her

and her husband.

 

533

00:27:32,803 --> 00:27:34,870

Mr. and Mrs. Agro.

 

534

00:27:34,922 --> 00:27:37,873

John Agro's

the guard at the bank.

 

535

00:27:37,925 --> 00:27:39,809

Your ex is putting

a heist together.

 

536

00:27:39,876 --> 00:27:42,745

No. That wasn't Mike.

 

537

00:27:44,815 --> 00:27:48,301

He needed me to get him

a list of names.

 

538

00:27:57,394 --> 00:28:01,230

3 years ago, the bank

raised the interest rates

 

539

00:28:01,281 --> 00:28:05,701

on our mortgage

for no reason.

 

540

00:28:05,752 --> 00:28:07,370

We had no savings.

 

541

00:28:07,421 --> 00:28:11,407

Mike called 'em, but all he could ever get

was a computer message.

 

542

00:28:11,458 --> 00:28:14,243

So one day, he took

an hour off work,

 

543

00:28:14,294 --> 00:28:15,845

which we could

barely afford,

 

544

00:28:15,912 --> 00:28:17,847

and he went down there

 

545

00:28:17,914 --> 00:28:21,350

just to talk

to a human being.

 

546

00:28:21,418 --> 00:28:23,069

Looking for one

of the names.

 

547

00:28:23,136 --> 00:28:25,137

They gave him

the runaround,

 

548

00:28:25,222 --> 00:28:28,424

so he just snapped.

 

549

00:28:28,492 --> 00:28:30,726

He lost his temper.

 

550

00:28:30,777 --> 00:28:33,362

And attacked

someone at the bank.

 

551

00:28:34,564 --> 00:28:36,849

After that,

we were finished.

 

552

00:28:36,917 --> 00:28:38,451

No income.

 

553

00:28:38,535 --> 00:28:42,621

We ended up gettin'

the house foreclosed on.

 

554

00:28:46,076 --> 00:28:48,828

Mike's never

gonna let this go.

 

555

00:28:57,637 --> 00:28:59,555

No distractions.

No histrionics.

 

556

00:28:59,622 --> 00:29:02,458

You stay with him until I reach

the teller window.

 

557

00:29:02,509 --> 00:29:05,127

He'll take care of the cameras

and the lights.

 

558

00:29:05,178 --> 00:29:07,263

Me and the others

will control the situation

 

559

00:29:07,314 --> 00:29:08,948

while you

open the safe.

 

560

00:29:09,783 --> 00:29:12,818

I need a gun.

 

561

00:29:12,886 --> 00:29:14,737

You need to shut up.

 

562

00:29:23,480 --> 00:29:27,833

He told you to kill me

once the vault's open, didn't he?

 

563

00:29:32,506 --> 00:29:33,622

Walk away

 

564

00:29:33,673 --> 00:29:35,508

while you

still can.

 

565

00:29:40,097 --> 00:29:42,765

Oh, he gets about

a bit, doesn't he?

 

566

00:29:42,832 --> 00:29:43,799

3 to go.

 

567

00:29:43,850 --> 00:29:46,185

How do you know that?

 

568

00:29:50,390 --> 00:29:52,725

I talk too much.

 

569

00:29:52,809 --> 00:29:53,926

Remember?

 

570

00:29:57,781 --> 00:29:59,298

Look. Look at him.

 

571

00:29:59,366 --> 00:30:01,350

He sticks out like

a tart in a nunnery.

 

572

00:30:01,401 --> 00:30:04,019

Think the teller's

already spotted him.

 

573

00:30:05,806 --> 00:30:08,190

You stay with me.

 

574

00:30:08,241 --> 00:30:10,076

There's the door.

 

575

00:30:10,160 --> 00:30:12,211

Use it.

 

576

00:30:12,295 --> 00:30:15,297

This is gonna get nasty.

You know that, don't you?

 

577

00:30:15,365 --> 00:30:17,333

You're well

out of your league.

 

578

00:30:23,173 --> 00:30:25,207

Excuse me, miss.

 

579

00:30:25,258 --> 00:30:27,426

Sorry about that.

 

580

00:30:27,511 --> 00:30:28,544

There's 3

in the bank,

 

581

00:30:28,595 --> 00:30:30,096

and there's 3 more

on the way.

 

582

00:30:30,180 --> 00:30:31,430

Mm-hmm.

 

583

00:30:31,515 --> 00:30:35,267

All kicks off when Miller gets

to the window, so...

 

584

00:30:35,352 --> 00:30:36,318

Offer me

some paperwork,

 

585

00:30:36,386 --> 00:30:38,554

as though I'm going

to open an account.

 

586

00:30:39,856 --> 00:30:43,192

Not that I would

ever open one here again.

 

587

00:30:43,260 --> 00:30:46,812

Your people tracked down Salinger's ex-wife.

You ready for this?

 

588

00:30:56,923 --> 00:30:59,908

What was the name of that, uh, mortgage

moron you're after?

 

589

00:31:01,294 --> 00:31:02,461

You don't even know,

do you?

 

590

00:31:02,546 --> 00:31:04,413

Who was that you were

just talking to over there?

 

591

00:31:04,464 --> 00:31:05,347

New accounts.

 

592

00:31:05,415 --> 00:31:07,133

I've been trying

to get in her pants

 

593

00:31:07,217 --> 00:31:08,250

for months.

Never say never.

 

594

00:31:21,615 --> 00:31:26,202

Oi. 10 feet between

you and the rest of your life.

 

595

00:31:26,269 --> 00:31:28,737

Who are you?

 

596

00:31:35,996 --> 00:31:38,914

You spent the last 3 years

blaming someone else

 

597

00:31:38,965 --> 00:31:40,499

for your life

falling apart,

 

598

00:31:40,567 --> 00:31:43,502

and what happens

when you find him?

 

599

00:31:43,587 --> 00:31:46,505

You want your son to have his dad back

someday, don't you?

 

600

00:31:51,461 --> 00:31:53,395

I'll meet you

at the diner.

 

601

00:31:53,463 --> 00:31:55,397

I'll even

buy you breakfast.

 

602

00:32:09,079 --> 00:32:11,247

He'll hunt me down

 

603

00:32:11,314 --> 00:32:13,649

for the rest of his life.

 

604

00:32:47,016 --> 00:32:48,734

Don't blow it now,

all right?

 

605

00:32:48,818 --> 00:32:50,035

Don't blow it now.

 

606

00:32:50,120 --> 00:32:51,287

The cop made him.

 

607

00:32:51,354 --> 00:32:52,621

"No distractions.

No histrionics."

 

608

00:32:52,689 --> 00:32:55,374

Your words, right?

 

609

00:32:58,912 --> 00:33:01,029

You got the time

on you, mate?

 

610

00:33:08,395 --> 00:33:09,646

He's with me.

 

611

00:33:11,923 --> 00:33:12,889

We're opening an account

 

612

00:33:12,935 --> 00:33:16,721

with that nice lady

over there.

 

613

00:33:18,324 --> 00:33:20,224

Now, we understand

each other?

 

614

00:33:20,276 --> 00:33:23,227

Good. All right, stop looking at her now.

Look at me.

 

615

00:33:23,279 --> 00:33:25,246

Her life depends on it.

 

616

00:33:26,832 --> 00:33:28,783

Do they give you lot

business cards?

 

617

00:33:28,867 --> 00:33:31,369

All right, I want you

to hand me one

 

618

00:33:31,420 --> 00:33:34,255

with the hand that's

on your gun right now.

 

619

00:33:36,709 --> 00:33:40,211

Ok, now tell me

to have a nice day

 

620

00:33:40,262 --> 00:33:42,096

and be on your way.

 

621

00:33:42,181 --> 00:33:44,098

You have

a good day, sir.

 

622

00:33:44,183 --> 00:33:45,416

Thank you,

officer.

 

623

00:33:49,555 --> 00:33:53,474

I told him there was a robbery in progress

and he was too young to die.

 

624

00:33:53,559 --> 00:33:55,944

No, um, I said I was having

trouble with my neighbors,

 

625

00:33:56,011 --> 00:33:57,812

you know,

domestic violence and that.

 

626

00:33:57,896 --> 00:34:00,097

What, you don't believe me?

 

627

00:34:00,149 --> 00:34:02,317

Walk out that door. Go on.

 

628

00:34:10,626 --> 00:34:12,460

Everyone on the ground!

 

629

00:34:12,544 --> 00:34:13,628

Facedown!

 

630

00:34:13,712 --> 00:34:15,997

Get down! Stay down!

Move! Move!

 

631

00:34:18,217 --> 00:34:19,283

Get down!

 

632

00:34:19,335 --> 00:34:21,452

You move when I move.

 

633

00:34:21,503 --> 00:34:23,004

Move!

 

634

00:34:30,128 --> 00:34:31,479

Get 'em.

 

635

00:34:31,563 --> 00:34:33,297

Heads down!

Heads down!

 

636

00:34:33,349 --> 00:34:34,799

Get 'em down!

Facedown!

 

637

00:34:43,325 --> 00:34:46,310

Up! Up! Move! Move!

 

638

00:34:47,145 --> 00:34:48,329

Keep goin'!

 

639

00:34:48,414 --> 00:34:50,581

2 minutes!

 

640

00:34:54,003 --> 00:34:55,536

I'll get a third,

right?

 

641

00:35:05,297 --> 00:35:08,266

Who's in charge

of home loans?

 

642

00:35:08,333 --> 00:35:10,334

Home loans?

What the hell's he talking about?

 

643

00:35:10,386 --> 00:35:11,319

That's what

he came for,

 

644

00:35:11,387 --> 00:35:12,670

or didn't he

tell you that bit?

 

645

00:35:12,721 --> 00:35:14,055

Who's in charge--

 

646

00:35:16,425 --> 00:35:17,525

is it you?

 

647

00:35:17,609 --> 00:35:19,560

Are you in charge

of home loans, lady?

 

648

00:35:19,645 --> 00:35:28,536

Is that you? Huh?

 

649

00:35:28,620 --> 00:35:30,571

That's not helping.

 

650

00:35:31,857 --> 00:35:33,190

Really,

it's not helping.

 

651

00:35:33,242 --> 00:35:35,910

3 years ago,

you made a mistake.

 

652

00:35:35,994 --> 00:35:39,747

And then when I came in here

to try to talk to you,

 

653

00:35:39,832 --> 00:35:41,816

just to try

to straighten it out,

 

654

00:35:41,884 --> 00:35:43,584

I was treated like

a second-class citizen.

 

655

00:35:43,669 --> 00:35:45,536

I was given the runaround.

 

656

00:35:53,178 --> 00:35:54,712

We're in!

 

657

00:36:00,936 --> 00:36:03,771

Freeze.

Don't say a word.

 

658

00:36:05,891 --> 00:36:08,743

Yep. 'Fraid so.

 

659

00:36:15,284 --> 00:36:18,302

How does it feel to be

on the oernd of this?

 

660

00:36:18,353 --> 00:36:21,055

'Cause I'll tell you I been

waitin' for this moment a long time.

 

661

00:36:21,140 --> 00:36:23,357

You like it?

 

662

00:36:23,442 --> 00:36:26,144

How does it feel?!

 

663

00:36:27,646 --> 00:36:30,398

Put the weapon down,

Salinger, now!

 

664

00:36:30,482 --> 00:36:32,483

Get down!

Get down on the ground!

 

665

00:36:32,534 --> 00:36:33,735

Down. Get down now.

 

666

00:36:35,287 --> 00:36:36,988

Comin' in.

 

667

00:36:39,374 --> 00:36:40,992

Bloody hell.

 

668

00:36:43,495 --> 00:36:45,747

There's a lot

of guns in here.

 

669

00:36:47,165 --> 00:36:49,050

How you doin'?

You all right?

 

670

00:36:49,134 --> 00:36:51,219

Oh, I'm good.

 

671

00:36:51,303 --> 00:36:54,689

Good. There's gotta be

at least 10 people

 

672

00:36:54,773 --> 00:36:57,058

in the Mortgage Department at any

one time, right?

 

673

00:36:57,142 --> 00:36:58,793

Right, love?

 

674

00:36:58,861 --> 00:37:01,178

All right?

 

675

00:37:02,648 --> 00:37:04,682

You should have walked away while you

had the chance, mate.

 

676

00:37:06,535 --> 00:37:08,286

Put the gun down.

 

677

00:37:08,353 --> 00:37:10,488

Eh?

 

678

00:37:11,457 --> 00:37:14,125

Well, someone's

gonna die today...

 

679

00:37:14,910 --> 00:37:16,711

If I don't get

an answer,

 

680

00:37:16,795 --> 00:37:18,529

all right?

 

681

00:37:19,965 --> 00:37:26,838

3 years ago, someone in

the Mortgage Department screwed up

 

682

00:37:26,889 --> 00:37:28,840

and put this man's life

in the toilet.

 

683

00:37:28,891 --> 00:37:30,725

Or so he thought.

 

684

00:37:30,809 --> 00:37:32,009

He snapped,

 

685

00:37:32,060 --> 00:37:36,898

and he kicks the crap out of one

of your work mates.

 

686

00:37:36,982 --> 00:37:40,518

Now, if I was the person

who screwed up like that,

 

687

00:37:40,569 --> 00:37:42,103

I'd never be able

to forget it.

 

688

00:37:46,191 --> 00:37:49,393

It's not her.

That's not the face

 

689

00:37:49,444 --> 00:37:52,213

of someone who's burying

that kind of memory.

 

690

00:37:53,732 --> 00:37:56,951

Put the gun down,

and I'll tell you who you're looking for.

 

691

00:37:57,035 --> 00:37:59,570

I'll give you 3 seconds.

 

692

00:38:00,873 --> 00:38:02,673

I'm looking at him

right now.

 

693

00:38:05,243 --> 00:38:06,961

Get down.

Get down.

 

694

00:38:07,045 --> 00:38:08,513

Hands behind

your back.

 

695

00:38:12,768 --> 00:38:14,519

He doesn't move!

 

696

00:38:18,223 --> 00:38:21,275

That person left the bank

over 2 years ago.

 

697

00:38:21,360 --> 00:38:23,561

No, that person's you.

 

698

00:38:23,612 --> 00:38:26,430

All right? That's why you didn't want

the cops involved, right?

 

699

00:38:26,481 --> 00:38:28,649

'Cause you

recognized him.

 

700

00:38:31,603 --> 00:38:33,070

Get him up.

 

701

00:38:34,823 --> 00:38:36,874

You just helped us

pull 6 wanted bank robbers

 

702

00:38:36,942 --> 00:38:38,242

into a honey trap.

Cheers for that, mate.

 

703

00:38:38,293 --> 00:38:41,212

Now you're goin'

back to jail, you bloody idiot.

 

704

00:38:41,279 --> 00:38:43,113

How do you feel

about that, eh?

 

705

00:38:53,639 --> 00:38:55,941

Mrs. Salinger?

 

706

00:38:58,403 --> 00:39:01,506

Sandy Baxter.

 

707

00:39:08,941 --> 00:39:15,180

I want to start by saying what I should

have said 3 years ago.

 

708

00:39:15,231 --> 00:39:17,966

Well, come on, then.

Say it.

 

709

00:39:18,523 --> 00:39:20,191

What happened to you

and your family

 

710

00:39:20,203 --> 00:39:22,621

should never

have happened.

 

711

00:39:22,705 --> 00:39:24,523

It was an honest mistake.

 

712

00:39:24,590 --> 00:39:27,575

Yes, the interest-rate hike

was in error,

 

713

00:39:27,627 --> 00:39:31,213

but I really don't think that I can be

held accountable

 

714

00:39:31,264 --> 00:39:33,081

for your husband

resorting to violence

 

715

00:39:33,132 --> 00:39:36,702

and--and nearly killing one of our

bank employees in the process

 

716

00:39:38,454 --> 00:39:41,907

why didn't you say anything about

the mistake you made

 

717

00:39:41,974 --> 00:39:45,060

when you made it,

Mr. Baxter?

 

718

00:39:45,111 --> 00:39:48,380

Or when the bank employee that

my husband attacked

 

719

00:39:48,448 --> 00:39:50,082

was on life support?

 

720

00:39:53,453 --> 00:39:54,636

Say it.

 

721

00:39:55,772 --> 00:39:57,255

I was a coward.

 

722

00:40:03,896 --> 00:40:06,214

I am a coward.

 

723

00:40:13,172 --> 00:40:15,173

The Lightman Group

was built on my sweat.

 

724

00:40:15,258 --> 00:40:17,776

I don't see anyone else's name

on the door,

 

725

00:40:17,844 --> 00:40:19,811

nor on my book jacket,

for that matter.

 

726

00:40:19,896 --> 00:40:21,179

The one you

haven't written?

 

727

00:40:21,264 --> 00:40:25,016

You mess with my finances again,

you and I are through.

 

728

00:40:25,084 --> 00:40:27,302

Now, you're

the language expert.

 

729

00:40:27,353 --> 00:40:30,772

Can you te me,

do I mean that?

 

730

00:40:30,823 --> 00:40:33,492

I, um--I wanted

to say thank you.

 

731

00:40:37,029 --> 00:40:39,281

He admitted

his mistake...

 

732

00:40:40,833 --> 00:40:42,851

Says the reimbursed

interest

 

733

00:40:42,918 --> 00:40:43,935

should cover

the debt.

 

734

00:40:44,020 --> 00:40:46,271

Don't ask me

how it works, love.

 

735

00:40:57,099 --> 00:40:58,033

Dr. Lightman.

 

736

00:40:58,100 --> 00:40:59,818

We were told

to wait here.

 

737

00:40:59,902 --> 00:41:01,603

Well, whoever told you

that misspoke.

 

738

00:41:01,654 --> 00:41:03,789

Or you misheard.

 

739

00:41:03,873 --> 00:41:04,906

I'm sorry?

 

740

00:41:04,957 --> 00:41:05,907

No, you're not sorry.

 

741

00:41:05,958 --> 00:41:08,643

You're confused,

Herbert.

 

742

00:41:09,745 --> 00:41:11,830

No, wait.

 

743

00:41:11,914 --> 00:41:13,582

Outside.

 

744

00:41:15,751 --> 00:41:17,169

Door!

 

745

00:41:19,922 --> 00:41:23,074

Whatever he told

you, all right,

 

746

00:41:23,142 --> 00:41:24,759

I'm not your dad.

 

747

00:41:27,980 --> 00:41:31,466

Good. Uh, I see you've

met your new help.

 

748

00:41:31,517 --> 00:41:32,651

Help?

 

749

00:41:32,735 --> 00:41:33,685

Grad students.

 

750

00:41:33,769 --> 00:41:36,137

Social psychology

and behavioral science.

 

751

00:41:36,189 --> 00:41:39,357

Charles from Berkeley

and Sarah from Princeton.

 

752

00:41:39,442 --> 00:41:40,625

Never heard of it.

 

753

00:41:40,693 --> 00:41:42,644

It's in New Jersey.

 

754

00:41:42,695 --> 00:41:43,862

Look, calm down,

all right?

 

755

00:41:43,930 --> 00:41:44,913

No need to yell.

 

756

00:41:44,980 --> 00:41:46,164

Excuse me?

 

757

00:41:49,402 --> 00:41:50,285

Look at me.

 

758

00:41:50,336 --> 00:41:55,874

There's no need

to yell!

 

759

00:41:59,128 --> 00:42:00,879

And I was talking about

your face, by the way.

 

760

00:42:03,332 --> 00:42:05,383

You're hired.

 

761

00:42:09,939 --> 00:42:10,856

Nice haircut.

 

762

00:42:10,940 --> 00:42:12,524

Thanks.

I got it just--

 

763

00:42:12,608 --> 00:42:13,859

not interested.

Told you.

 

764

00:42:13,943 --> 00:42:15,193

Told him what, Torres?

 

765

00:42:15,278 --> 00:42:18,647

What you think of me. You wanna know

what I think of you?

 

766

00:42:20,233 --> 00:42:21,700

Oh.

 

767

00:42:21,784 --> 00:42:24,286

Started therapy, have we?

 

768

00:42:24,353 --> 00:42:27,205

Had a little bit

of a breakthrough recently?

 

769

00:42:27,290 --> 00:42:28,690

You told him.

 

770

00:42:28,741 --> 00:42:31,859

Hold on.

It's not therapy.

 

771

00:42:31,911 --> 00:42:35,230

So if it's not a shrink

you've been nippin' off to see

 

772

00:42:35,298 --> 00:42:36,748

in business hours,

I might add,

 

773

00:42:36,832 --> 00:42:37,682

what is it?

 

774

00:42:37,750 --> 00:42:39,534

I don't have to

tell you that.

 

775

00:42:39,585 --> 00:42:42,036

I think you're on the hunt

for a new job.

 

776

00:42:42,088 --> 00:42:43,805

Well, wonderful.

 

777

00:42:43,872 --> 00:42:46,708

Let me know when you

need a reference.

 

778

00:42:46,759 --> 00:42:48,226

In the meantime...

 

779

00:42:52,098 --> 00:42:53,982

Right.

 

780

00:42:54,049 --> 00:42:55,216

You said 8:00.

 

781

00:42:55,268 --> 00:42:56,434

Hello?

 

782

00:43:01,390 --> 00:43:03,441

Detective Wallowski,

 

783

00:43:03,526 --> 00:43:04,993

mother superior.

 

784

00:43:05,060 --> 00:43:07,228

I know who you are,

Detective.

 

785

00:43:07,280 --> 00:43:11,366

So now you've met

the new help.

 

786

00:43:11,417 --> 00:43:13,618

Group hug?

 

787

00:43:13,703 --> 00:43:15,003

Too early?

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