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#204 : By the Book

Titre VO : By the Book - Titre VF : Le craquement d'une brindille

1ere diffusion US : 3 août 2010 - 1ere diffusion FR : 26 avril 2011

Réalisé par : Michael Smith

Ecrit par : Alexandra McNally

Mozzie a peur que la femme qu'il aime secrètement se soit fait enlevée et demande de l'aide à Neal et à Peter. Mozzie doit donc pour la première fois de sa vie faire confiance au FBI, ce qui est loin d'être gagné....

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Après avoir laissé Neal partir au bureau Mozzie se rend au Margo's Diner, où il y retrouve Gina DeStefano une serveuse avec qui il parle littérature. Quand deux hommes entrent dans le restaurant Gina demane à Mozzie s'il a vraiment des amis au FBI. Celui-ci confirme. La serveuse se rend auprès des deux hommes prénommés Vince et Mike qui lui demandent de prendre sa pause. Elle accepte nerveuse et se rend auprès de Mozzie où elle lui laisse un mot et lui conseille de lire Snap of the Twig. Puis elle part avec les deux hommes.


L'équipe de Peter travaille sur une affaire de vol en série. Neal découvre que toutes les victimes se rendent chez le même dermatologue. Peter demande à l'agent Blake, un bleu, de faire des recherches sur ce dermatologue et son équipe, puis tout le monde part pour déjeuner. Dans l'ascenseur Neal reçoit un sms qui lui demande de se rendre au 20e étage, ce qu'il fait. Au 20e Mozzie qui porte des lunettes de soleil et un chapeau monte et appuie sur tous les boutons, bloquant les ascenseurs.


Mozzie explique à son ami ce qu'il s'est passé au restaurant. Gina sait que Mozzie a déjà lu Snap of The Twig, qui est à propos d'une femme qui a des problèmes et qui se fait enlever. Moz pense que Gina a utilisé le livre pour le prévenir. Il fini par confier un dossier qu'il a monté sur Gina à Neal qui ne manque pas de lui dire que c'est assez flippant... Pendant ce temps Peter, et le reste de l'équipe s'impatiente en attendant l'ascenseur, lorsque Neal en sort leur faisant remarquer qu'il y a des escaliers. Tout le monde part déjeuner et Neal donne le nom de Gina à Blake en faisant croire qu'elle fait partie de l'enquête sur le dermatologiste. Son relevé téléphonique montre qu'elle a l'habitude de passer des appels et d'envoyer des sms tous les jours à la même heure mais qu'elle ne l'a pas fait ce jour. Sa carte de crédit n'a pas été utilisée depuis qu'elle a quitté le restaurant.


Neal rejoint ensuite Mozzie devant chez Gina. En regardant par le judas Mozzie voit que la demeure est sans dessus dessous. Les deux amis finissent par entrer par effraction pour découvrir ce qu'il s'est passé.


Peter qui déjeune avec Elizabeth reçoit un appel de Blake qui l'informe que Neal avait raison à propos du dermatologue. Il ajoute qu'il n'y a néanmoins pas de connection avec Gina DeStefano. Peter qui ne sait pas de qui il s'agit se demande pourquoi Neal a demandé à Blake de faire des recherches sur cette femme. Elizabeth se souvient alors que Mozzie a déjà parlé d'une Gina.


Chez Gina, Mozzie découvre une photo de celle-ci et d'un homme qui semble être son petit ami. Neal utilise une cartouche d'encre pour trouver d'éventuelles empreintes. Sur l'un des meubles quelqu'un a écrit "Sal's". Ce nom correspond à un club de cigares de New York.


Peter, Jones et Diana visionnent les vidéos de la caméra de surveillance se trouvant dans l'ascenseur et y découvrent Neal avec Mozzie qui est facilement reconnaissable malgré son déguisement. Les recherches qu'ils ont fait sur Gina montre qu'elle est clean. Son relevé téléphonique montre une inactivité inhabituelle jusqu'à une demi-heure plus tôt quand elle a contacté un certain Tommy Barnes. Celui-ci qui semble être son petit-ami a pour sa part un casier judiciaire. Celui-ci qui est chauffeur de limousine à mi-temps fait parti des hommes surveillés par le Bureau. Jones confie un dossier à Peter dans lequel est établi le lien de Barnes avec Cristofer Navaro un criminel très dangereux. Peter demande à ce que l'on dise où se trouve Neal immédiatement.


Sal's est fermé pour le moment. Pendant que Mozzie fait le guet à l'extérieur, Neal y entre par effraction et surprend une conversation de Navarro et de ses hommes. Celui-ci dit qu'il n'en a rien à faire de la fille, la seule chose qui l'intéresse est le chauffeur qui a délivré un paquet pour lui puis est reparti avec ses 100 000$. Le portable de Neal vibre lorsque Diana lui envoie un message révélant ainsi sa présence à Navarro. Mozzie qui voit deux hommes armés arriver envoie lui aussi un message à Neal pour le prévenir.


Navarro trouve Neal, mais Peter et Diana arrivent à temps et arrêtent Neal pour effraction avant que Navarro ne puisse faire quoi que ce soit. Sur la demande de Peter, Mozzie se voit obliger d'affronter l'un de ses pires cauchemars... Se rendre au bureau du FBI. Peter explique à Neal et Mozzie que Navarro est un ancien trafiquant de drogue qui est maintenant trafiquant d'armes. Il est dans le viseur du Bureau depuis longtemps et est lié au petit ami de Gina, Tommy. Neal et Mozzie expliquent ce qu'ils ont découvert dans l'appartement de Gina. Les trois hommes en viennent à la conclusion que Navarro a enlevé Gina pour récupérer l'argent que Tommy lui a volé. Diana les interrompt pour leur dire que la carte de crédit de Gina a été utilisée il y a 20 minutes pour acheter des cacahuètes au Tomkins Square Park. Neal se souvient que Vince a mentionné un parc lorsqu'il était eu Sal's. Mozzie ajoute que Gina est allergique aux cacahuètes.


Au parc le vendeur se souvient d'avoir vu Gina qui avait l'air effrayée aller s'assoir sur un des bancs du parc. L'équipe ne la trouve pas et le parc n'est pas équipé de caméras mais Peter décide de prendre les caméscopes et appareils photos des touristes présents.


Au bureau l'équipe et Mozzie étudient les vidéos. Gina apparaît sur l'une d'entre elle, Vince et Mike sur une seconde et Tommy sur une troisième. Gina a appelé Tommy pour qu'elle le rencontre dans le parc mais lui a fait signe de partir parce qu'elle ne voulait pas le piéger. Mozzie est choqué de voir que Tommy a laissé sa petite amie sans rien faire. Quand Tommy quitte le parc l'équipe remarque qu'il jette quelque chose dans une poubelle.


De retour au parc la scientifique a trouvé le téléphone de Tommy dans une poubelle. Après s'en être débarassé il a reçu un appel de Navarro qui lui a laissé un message lui ordonnant de le retrouver le lendemain à 17h au coin Est de Houston et Norfolk. Si il ne vient pas seul avec l'argent il ne reverra plus jamais Gina. Navarro ne se doute pas que Tommy n'a pas eu le message et si ce dernier ne vient pas eu rendez-vous Gina est morte.


Peter réuni l'équipe en salle de conférence, ils doivent désormais trouver Tommy pour aider Gina. Diana en vient à la conclusion que le seul moyen pour le chauffeur de quitter la ville est de prendre un taxi. Peter demande à son agent de chercher de ce côté là, à Neal de ramener Mozzie chez lui, et à Jones de surveiller les deux arnaqueurs.


Mozzie s'en veut de ne pas avoir agit au restaurant alors qu'il était évident que quelque chose se tramait. Neal pense que la seule chose dont a besoin Tommy pour le moment est une nouvelle identité. En temps de crise les gens ont tendance à se diriger vers des lieux où ils se sentent en sécurité. Tommy est certainement retourné dans la région où il a grandit et le seul faussaire qui vale le coup dans ce coin est Devlin un ancien contact de Mozzie.


Les deux amis vont donc trouver Devlin dans la rue mais celui-ci refuse de parler. Ils décident donc de faire passer Jones, qui les suit toujours, pour un des hommes de Navarro pour faire cracher le morceau à Devlin. L'arnaque fonctionne et Devlin avoue tout. La nouvelle identité de Tommy est Sam Brennan.


Au Bureau Peter travaille sur un plan pour arrêter Navarro quand Diana arrive avec de bonnes nouvelles. Un chauffeur de taxi s'est plaint de Tommy qui lui avait promis 5000$ pour le conduire à Chicago mais ne lui en a offert que 400 pour le conduire au Jersey Turnpike. Tommy a payé avec des billets de 100 provenant de l'argent de Navarro. Navarro blanchit de l'argent au Sal's et veut récupérer ces billets en particulier parce qu'il peuvent être tracés. Jones appelle Peter pour lui donner le nouveau nom de Tommy. Diana et Peter finissent par trouver Tommy et le ramène au bureau.


Il est presque l'heure de la rencontre, des agents sont prêt à agir, des micros et caméras ont été installés, et la base des opérations a été mise en place dans un immeuble culminant le lieu de la rencontre. Mozzie blame Tommy d'avoir abandonné Gina dans le parc. Mozzie fini par faire paniquer Tommy qui ne veut plus rencontrer Navarro. Tommy tente de s'enfuir et Mozzie en profite pour aller à la rencontre de Navarro. Il se fait passer pour l'intermédiaire de Tommy, et lui donne une partie de l'argent. Pour avoir le reste il va devoir suivre ses consignes, page 73, paragraphe 2, ligne 5 et paragraphe 4 ligne 7. L'opération est un échec, Mozzie part avec Navarro. Hughes téléphone à Peter pour savoir ce qu'il se passe et Neal en profite pour jeter un oeil au livre que lisait Mozzie, découvrant le message que lui a laissé son ami.


Navarro conduit Mozzie dans un appartement vide où il peut voir Gina. Voyant qu'elle va bien Mozzie accepte de donner ses consignes à Navarro.


Peter rejoint Neal dans son appartement, le livre de Mozzie à la main et demande ce qu'est l'échange parfait. Le message laissé par Mozzie. Neal lui explique que pour tout échange délivrer le colis est toujours le problème. Comment savoir que les deux partis impliqués ne vont pas tenter de doubler l'autre. Neal et Mozzie ont donc mis au point un échange parfait. Les deux partis viennent non armés dans un lieu neutre avec un détecteur de métal mais pas de scanner et avec un lieu publique sur le toit pour la rencontre. Neal et Mozzie ont choisi la bibliothèque Sutherland. La rencontre doit avoir lieu durant les heures d'ouverture quand il y a assez de monde autour pour faire distraction. Les livres contenus dans cette bibliothèque ont assez de valeurs pour qu'il y est la présence de gardes qui pourraient intervenir si l'un des deux partis tentait quelque chose. Peter aime le plan mais signale que rien n'est jamais parfait.


Navarro accepte la rencontre. Neal et Peter sont devant la bibliothèque attendant Navarro quand Vince arrive pour cacher une arme. Peter demande alors ce qu'il en est de l'intermédiaire dans leur plan. Neal avoue que l'échange parfait n'est qu'hypothétique et qu'ils n'ont pas songé à l'intermédiare. Il comprend alors qu'une fois que l'arme sera en place Navarro n'aura plus besoin de Mozzie... Alors que Vince est en train de pirater la code d'accès du bâtiment, Peter lui pose un pistolet sur la tête et lui ordonne de le conduire à Navarro.


A l'appartement de Navarro, Gina réalise que Tommy ne viendra pas pour elle. Lorsque l'ascenseur se fait entendre, Navarro pensant qu'il s'agit de Vince dit à Mozzie qu'il n'a plus besoin de lui et Moz' comprend la faille de son plan. Un des hommes de Navarro pointe son arme sur Mozzie quand les portes de l'ascenceur s'ouvrent. Peter et une équipe du FBI pénètrent dans l'appartement ordonnant à tout le monde de lâcher son arme. Mozzie en profite pour désarmer et braquer l'homme qui lui fait face. Neal se précipite vers son ami et les deux avouent qu'ils vont devoir renommer leur échange parfait.


Plus tard au restaurant Gina dit a Mozzie qu'elle a rompu avec Tommy et qu'il s'agit de son dernier jour de travail. En effet elle a décidé de partir en Californie.
Mozzie rejoint Neal et Peter à l'extérieur et leur dit qu'il préfère prendre un peu de distance avec Gina...

Ecrit par laurine03

 

204 By The Book

 

 

 

[Mozzie and Neal are walking on the streets.]

 

Neal: You're wearing an ascot.

 

Mozzie: You know, the Duke of Windsor considered ascots the elegant morning wear.

 

Neal: Great, if this were 1874... Or you were about to open that Shackleton Brandy you intercepted.

 

Mozzie: I'm not allowed to look debonair?

 

Neal: You on your way to undercut that antiques dealer? Making your bookie pay for tea at the Carlyle?

 

Mozzie: You know, this... what you're doing...  uh, projecting your boredom with your humdrum, 9:00-to-5:00 existence onto my day, where I am free to color outside the lines as I choose.

 

Neal: Don't let me stop you, Picasso.

 

Mozzie: If you'll excuse me... I have somewhere important to be.

 

 

 

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[Mozzie is in a café. The waitress, Gina, comes to him.]

 

Gina: A.B. Tattersall? Read his last one in a day and then couldn't sleep... the way the murderer tips off the detective and then gets caught in his own double cross.

 

Mozzie: Mm-hmm. He's a master of denouement. I'll lend it to you.

 

Gina: I will try not to drop it in the bathtub this time.

 

Mozzie: Good morning, Gina.

 

Gina:  Good morning, Mozzie. I like your tie thing. You know, orange is my favorite color.

 

Mozzie: Really? I had no idea.

 

Gina: Whole-wheat toast, half a grapefruit, and soft-boiled egg coming right up.

 

Mozzie: So, which of our fair city's bounties did you explore this weekend?

 

Gina: I just picked up shifts. You'll have to tell me about your adventures.

 

Mozzie: No, no. I can't say.

 

[Two men enter the café.]

 

Gina: Mozzie, do you really have friends at the FBI?

 

Mozzie: You know I'm not able to speak to that.

 

Gina: I'm serious. Do you?

 

Mozzie: That's a...Definite maybe.

 

Gina (to the men): Hi, Vince, Mike. Do you guys need a table?

 

One of the men: You got a break coming up?

 

Gina: I'll just close out. Mozzie, I'm gonna take my break a little early today. Um, do you need a refill?

 

Mozzie: Gina, is everything okay?

 

[She puts a paper on Mozzie’s table.]

 

Gina: Oh, you know what you should really read? “Snap of the twig." I got really caught up in it.

 

[She left with the two men.]

 

 

 

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[Peter and his team are in conference room working on a case.]

 

 

Peter: Good work, everyone. We're closing in. Whoever cracks this identity-theft ring on the Upper East Side wins this... my Quantico pen. Don't make 'em like this anymore.

 

Diana: The victims all used their credit cards at a silent auction last month. Check the list of people who worked the event.

 

Jones: Organic produce, dry cleaning, gyms... all set up on monthly accounts. Maybe someone got in this way.

 

Neal: Well, it's written all over their faces. What? They share a dermatologist. Someone from the office is selling patient information. I want that pen.

 

Peter: Blake, run indices on all these, starting with Dr. Botox and his office staff. When I get back from lunch with Elizabeth, let's see who gets the pen.

 

[Neal leaves the room and goes to the lift. When he’s in he receives a SMS which says: “20thfloor”. On the 20thfloor a man enters the lift.]

 

Neal: Moz, what are you...

 

Mozzie: No names!

 

Neal: What are you doing in a federal building dressed like Truman Capote? You want to explain why you're here?

 

Mozzie: I have a friend in need.

 

Neal: Girl from the diner?

 

Mozzie: You know about Gina?

 

Neal: Yes, I...

 

[The elevator stops at a floor.]

 

Mozzie (to the employees): no, no. No, no. Sorry.

 

Neal: Yes, I know about the girl from the diner. What I don't know is why you wore an ascot to meet with her.

 

Mozzie: Oh. Gina likes orange. And she's in trouble.

 

Neal: What kind of trouble?

 

Mozzie: The serious kind. These two guys came into the diner. Gina got really nervous, and she told me to read a book.

 

Neal: Wow. That's definitely cause for alarm.

 

Mozzie: Neal, it was "Snap of the twig," and she knows I already read it!

 

Neal: That's your proof?

 

Mozzie: You sound like the suit. Right before she walked out the door of the diner, she asked me if I knew anyone in the FBI.

 

[The lift stops at 18thfloor.]

 

Mozzie (to the employees): Oh, uh, my friend is very claustrophobic. He could get violent. It's okay. It's okay.

 

Neal (to the employees): Don't get near me. Don't get near me.

 

 

At 20th floor:

 

Peter: At this rate, I'm gonna have to kiss my wife, put her in a cab, and grab a hot dog on my way back here.

 

[One lift arrives.]

 

Diana: Finally!

 

Employee: Excuse me. Oh. Watch your back.

 

Peter: Obviously the universe is trying to rob me of my lunch hour.

 

 

In the lift:

 

Neal: Okay, look, let's give it 24 hours. If she...

 

Mozzie: We might not have 24 hours! Do you know what the plot of "Snap of the twig" is? It's about a girl who gets in too deep and ends up being kidnapped. She said she really got "caught up in it."

 

[The elevator stops at another floor.]

 

Mozzie: Do you guys smell that?

 

Neal: Is that burning insulation?

 

Mozzie: Oh, sometimes these things can just...

 

 

[The door close.]

 

Mozzie: Gina was trying to send me a message. It was a cry for help.

 

Neal: This isn't the kind of case that Peter normally handles, if it's even a case.

 

Mozzie: They owe me, Neal. I have never even asked for one favor before.

 

Neal: Okay. I'll look into it. Can you give me Gina's last name?

 

Mozzie: Oh, and then some.

 

[He gives a file to Neal.]

 

Neal: This is a little creepy.

 

Mozzie: Oh, that's nothin'.

 

[The elevator stops and Mozzie leaves. Neal supports the 21th button.]

 

 

 

On the 21th floor:

 

[The lift arrives an Neal exits.]

 

Diana: Took long enough.

 

Neal: You guys do know we have stairs, right?

 

 

 

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[Neal is at the FBI’s offices.]

 

Neal:  How's your first week going?

 

Employee: Better than Harvard and Quantico combined. Psyched to be on Agent Burke's team. The guy's a legend.

 

Neal: He is. By the way, I got a name to add to that list he gave you. Gina Destefano.

 

Employee: I'll run it right after lunch.

 

Neal: Any way you can run it now? Turns out to be the one, you get that pen.

 

Employee: I get the pen?

 

Neal:  Oh, yeah. Come on.

 

[The employee searches on his computer.]

 

Employee: Here's her phone records.

 

Neal: Interesting... Gina makes a couple calls from the cell phone at the same time every day, texts, too. Not today. It all stops at 9:15.

 

Employee: Bank and credit cards.

 

Neal: No atm withdrawals. Cards are quiet.

 

Employee: Does this woman work for the dermatologist?

 

Neal: I like the way you think.

 

 

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Mozzie: Gina's been taken. I just know it.

 

Neal: Maybe she's sick in bed.

 

Mozzie: No one goes off the grid like this.

 

Neal: How'd you make a file on her and not get her address?

 

Mozzie: You know, I don't just go around looking up people. I'm not some kind of a stalker. She's unlisted. There is a line, Neal.

 

Neal: Well, the FBI crossed it for you.

 

Mozzie: So, now what do we do?

 

Neal: You could knock.

 

Mozzie: I can't knock. She's unlisted. How do I explain how I found her?

 

Neal: Here, I'll do it. I'll tell her I'm looking for the last tenant.

 

Mozzie: Oh, no, don't!

 

Neal: She doesn't know who I am.

 

Mozzie: You ever wonder why you've never been introduced ? She meets you, and suddenly I become the quirky friend.

 

Neal: What do you suggest, Moz? There you go.

 

[Mozzie knocks at the door and hid himself against the wall like a kid.]

 

Neal: What are you... oh, my God. This is really mature. Anything?

 

Mozzie: This does not bode well. Peephole reverser. The place is trashed. Oh, God. We got to get in there.

 

Neal:  All right, you better start thinking of ways to convince Peter this falls under exigent circumstances.

 

 

 

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Elizabeth: Bite, chew three times, swallow, think. Honey, you're either having a gastronomic epiphany, or it's a case.

 

Peter: It's Neal. There was this thing with the elevator.

 

Elizabeth: Thing?

 

Peter: When he stepped off, he was shifty.

 

Elizabeth: Uh-oh. I know how you are with shifty.

 

Peter: No, you... you know what? You're right. You're right. Enough about Neal. This is our last lunch together for a week.

 

Elizabeth: You gonna survive without me?

 

Peter: Did you forget I did a lot of the cooking when we first met?

 

Elizabeth: Yeah, I have all the take-out menus in the top drawer.

 

Peter: That's what I love about you.

 

[Peter’s cell phone rings.]

 

Peter: Oh, sorry, honey.

 

Elizabeth: That's okay.

 

[He switches on his cell phone.]

 

Peter: Agent Blake, don't you eat lunch?

 

Blake: Yes, sir, but I thought you'd want to know Caffrey was right about the dermatologist. But there's no connection with that other name he had me run.

 

Peter: Oh, right... the name Neal had you run. What was it again?

 

Blake: Gina Destefano.

 

Peter: Gina Destefano. Wait. Hold on, Blake.

 

Elizabeth: You know, when Mozzie was over sweeping the house, he mentioned some waitress he was bonding with over mystery novels... I think that's her.

 

Peter: Yeah. Blake, keep monitoring. I'll be back soon.

 

[He hangs up.]

 

Peter: Mozzie has a crush?

 

Elizabeth: It happens.

 

 

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Mozzie: Coffee table askew. Clothes put back upside down. Work of an amateur.

 

Neal: Well, you're right. Someone was looking something.

 

Mozzie: Hey, look at this. I made this for Gina.

 

Neal: Wordplay. Hope you used protection.

 

Mozzie: She likes codes. And she kept it.

 

Neal: To use when she files the restraining order? Uh, Moz.

 

Mozzie: Boyfriend? He's follicly and vertically challenged like me, only...Better.

 

Neal: Hey, hey, he's a-a version of you. Prints. If we find any, I can run them back at the office. Gloves?

 

Mozzie: Always.

 

Neal: Thanks.

 

Mozzie: Neal, I'll bet you a first-edition Faulkner that those two goons from the diner have a rap sheet from here to New Jersey. Oh. Here. Brush. Drawers?

 

Neal: Yep. Oh, come on. No prints. Looks like this place has been wiped. Someone left a message in fingerprints.

 

Mozzie: Gina. That's from "the harpist's revenge." Call in the cavalry.

 

Neal: Wait. Wait a second, Moz. Sal's. That's a cigar bar down by your chess club.

 

Mozzie: Well, so, what are we waiting for? This is a kidnapping! Time is of the essence! Uh, Patty Hearst?

 

Neal: Yeah.

 

 

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[Peter, Jones and Diana are in the investigation room watching the tape of the surveillance camera.]

 

Diana: This little guy gets on at 19 but works the camera angles to avoid detection.

 

Jones: And of course we know this little guy.

 

Peter: Yes, we do. I'm surprised he got this close to the office. What do we know about Gina Destefano?

 

Diana: 34 years old, U.S. citizen.

 

Peter: Is she still a waitress?

 

Diana: At Margo's diner. Good girl. No record. Today's pattern of cell use was unusually silent until she made a call about a half-hour ago.

 

Jones: We traced that number back to Tommy Barnes.

 

Diana: Multiple incoming and outgoing calls... probably a boyfriend.

 

Peter: Tommy's not so squeaky-clean. Priors for b&e, selling stolen merch.

 

Diana: Works as a limo driver.

 

Peter: Could be an errand boy for one of those numbers rings we've been keeping an eye on, on the east side.

 

Jones: Peter, look at this.

 

[Jones gives a file to Peter.]

 

Peter: Where are Neal and Mozzie?

 

Diana: What's the problem?

 

Peter: Pull Caffrey's tracking detail!

 

Employee: Already on it.

 

Diana: Peter, what's going on?

 

Peter: Look who Tommy's linked to.

 

Diana: Christopher Navarro.

 

Peter: I need someone to find out where Caffrey is right now!

 

 

 

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[Neal and Mozzie are before the enter of the Sal’s. The door is close. Neal picks the lock.]

 

 

Mozzie: I'll keep watch.

 

Neal: All right.

 

Mozzie: Hurry up!

 

Neal: I'm hurrying, Moz.

 

[Neal enters in the bar. Mozzie stays outside. Inside the bar, Neal follows the walls to avoid discretion. He stops because he hears voices. In a room, Cristofer Navarro and some men are sitting around a table. Neal in hidden in a corner of a room and listens the conversation.]

 

Cristofer: Enough! I don't care about a girl. I care about my money. Our driver drops off a package, walks out with $100,000 cash. My cash. In Colombia, we'd all go for a walk in the jungle right about now.

 

A man: So that's what we do?

 

Cristofer: Really, Vince? We go for a walk in the jungle to get my money back?

 

Vince: Yeah, but it's a park.

 

 

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[Peter and Diana are in Peter’s car. Someone is talking to Peter by the radio.]

 

Voice: You've reached Neal. Big Brother's watching, so leave a message at your own risk.

 

Peter: Text him. Neal and Mozzie better not get involved in Navarro's business. He has a low tolerance for outsiders.

 

 

 

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[Neal’s cell phone is ringing.]

 

Cristofer: Someone's in here.

 

[Neal runs away et goes to hide himself in another room. He blocks the lock for nobody can come.]

 

Cristofer: Open it. Let's do this face-to-face. He's going for the roof.

 

[Peter and Diana enter in the bar.]

 

Peter: Everything all right in here?

 

Cristofer: We're closed for business.

 

Peter: Special Agent Burke, FBI. Got a report... someone broke in here. Thought I'd do my duty and stop a crime in progress. But I see...[He looks at Neal.] You men are already on that.

 

[Peter makes a sign to Neal. Neal arrives.]

 

Peter: If this man entered your place of business illegally, you have every right to press charges.

 

Cristofer: I care deeply about the trees. I don't want to waste paper on this guy. And don't worry, officer... we all have permits for these guns.

 

Peter: I'll be back another time to check those permits. I can understand why the proprietor of a cigar lounge is so heavily armed... you never know who you're gonna find in your humidor.

 

[Peter, Neal and Diana leave the cigar lounge.]

 

Peter: Where's the little guy?

 

Neal: Moz! Come on out.

 

Mozzie: Suit, I must say your timing is impeccable.

 

Peter: You two can fill me in from the beginning back at the bureau.

 

Mozzie: He wants me to go to the bureau?

 

Neal: Yeah, Moz, if you want the FBI's help, you got to go to the bureau. Just do it for Gina.

 

Mozzie: You know what they do to guys like me at the bureau?

 

Neal: I do, Moz. I do.

 

 

 

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[The door of the elevator of the 21rd floor open. Diana Peter and Neal exit the elevator. Mozzie stays in here.]

 

Neal: One foot in front of the other. Come on, Moz. Moz? Hey, you want some coffee? Hello? Rain man. Come on. Let's go. You're okay.

 

 

 

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[Neal and Mozzie are sitting in Peter’s office. Peter puts two cups of coffee before them.]

 

Neal: Thanks.

 

Peter: All right.

 

[Mozzie changes his cup with Peter’s cup.]

 

Neal: Moz...

 

Mozzie: That's what you'd expect me to do.

 

[Mozzie changes, for the second tile, the cups of coffee.]

 

Peter: All right, this is not a game. That guy that you walked in on... Cristofer Navarro, Colombian. Washed his hands of drugs, moved on to weapons and racketeering. Knows his way around a machete and a handgun. He's been on our radar for a long time. How'd he get on yours?

 

Mozzie: An acquaintance of mine left Margo's diner this morning and has not been seen since.

 

Neal: He was worried about her, so we stopped by her apartment.

 

Mozzie: Where we found a clue.

 

Neal: When we dusted for prints.

 

Peter: You dusted for prints?

 

Neal: That's what led us to Sal's.

 

Peter: Where, on half a hunch, you walked in on Navarro. If you'd come to me, we could have done this right. Now Navarro's spooked. What exactly is the nature of your relationship with Gina?

 

Mozzie: Intellectual. Literal. Ongoing.

 

Peter: Is he stalking her?

 

Neal: I'd have to look up the legal definition.

 

Peter: I hate to break it to you guys, but your girl, Gina, has a boyfriend. Tommy Barnes.

 

Mozzie: A version of me.

 

Peter: If you were a low-end criminal and drove limos as a part-time job.

 

Mozzie: Yeah, if.

 

Neal: Wait a minute. I overheard Navarro say that a driver stole $100,000 from him. Tommy rips him off. He goes after the girlfriend.

 

[Diana enters the office with a file in her hands.]

 

Diana: Got another ping on Gina.

 

Peter: Well, so much for being off the grid. 20 minutes ago, she used her credit card to buy nuts from a shop in Tompkins square park.

 

Neal: One of Navarro's guys said something about a park.

 

Mozzie: This is a clue. Gina is allergic to nuts. She told me she was hospitalized for it when... check her file.

 

Diana: In '07. Anaphylactic shock.

 

Peter: A nut allergy?

 

Neal: It could work.

 

Peter: I'll take Navarro down any way I can.

 

 

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[Peter, Neal and Mozzie are in a park to collect some information about Gina.]

 

Peter: The cashier remembers her. She was here an hour ago. She sat right there on that bench.

 

Neal: Was she with anyone?

 

Peter: She didn't notice. She said she looked scared.

 

Mozzie: No traffic or security cams. The only place in the city Big Brother isn't watching.

 

[Peter calls Jones.]

 

Peter: Jones, I need credit-card receipts from every shop in this area for all purchases made in the last two hours.

 

Neal: You don't care how many "I heart New York" key chains sold.

 

[Peter hangs up his phone.]

 

Peter: You want to know who bought them. We get names... Find out where they're staying. And welcome them to our fine city by confiscating their camcorders. We'll give them back.

 

 

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[Peter, Neal, Mozzie some employees are in the conference room watching tapes of the park.]

 

Employee: Ugh. Do they know what birds do on that statue?

 

Neal: That's like licking the Eiffel Tower.

 

Mozzie: Are you even looking for Gina?

 

Peter: Yes, we're looking for Gina. We've been looking for Gina in eight different languages, and we'll keep looking for Gina.

 

[An employee brings some food.]

 

Peter: Thank you.

 

Mozzie: Uh, there's provolone on my smoked-turkey ciabatta. Did you tell them I wanted provolone?

 

Employee: What? No. I...

 

Neal: Do you want half of mine?

 

Peter: Can't you just take it off?

 

Mozzie: Do you have any idea what happens if I ingest even the slightest essence of dairy?

 

Peter: Please, tell me. Don't spare me any details. What right do I have enjoying my delicious deviled-ham sandwich after spending my day looking for your girlfriend?

 

Neal: Look, Peter, you got on board.

 

Peter: Well, yeah, I was dragged on board. You dragged me on board.

 

Neal: I dragged you?

 

[Mozzie pointed something in the record.]

 

Mozzie: Uh, there she is!

 

Peter: All right, play it again. Slow it down. Zoom in there... right there on the park bench.

 

Neal: Her eyes. She looks to the right. Moves her hand a little, too.

 

Peter: We've been looking at this park from all angles. If we combine all the footage, we can put together coverage of this entire area, get a look at who she's communicating with.

 

Mozzie: Tapes 3, 7, 12, and 15 have everything we need, plus this one, of course.

 

Neal: He has perfect recall.

 

 

One moment later:

 

Peter: She's waiting for something.

 

Mozzie: Look. Vince and Mike, from the diner.

 

Neal: They're dropping back, don't want to be seen.

 

Peter: That's what the call was. She told Tommy to meet her. They used her to draw him out.

 

Neal: Classic move. She warns him. She can't let him walk into it.

 

Mozzie: He's leaving her there? Class act, this Tommy.

 

Peter: There! Rewind it and blow it up.

 

Neal: What was that?

 

Peter: Let's find out.

 

 

 

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[Mozzie, Peter and Neal are in the park searching for Tommy’s cell phone. ]

 

Peter: Tommy dumped his phone.

 

Neal: He doesn't want to be tracked. Can I see it? There's an unchecked message. Must have come in after he ditched it.

 

Peter: Put it on speaker.

 

Voice: 5:00 P.M. tomorrow. East corner of Houston and Norfolk. Just you and the money, or you'll never see the girl again.

 

Neal: Navarro has no idea Tommy didn't get this.

 

Peter: And we have no idea where Tommy is. If he doesn't show up tomorrow...

 

Mozzie: Then Gina's dead.

 

 

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[Peter, his team and Mozzie are in conference room.]

 

Peter: Navarro is going to a lot of trouble over a hundred grand. Why not put a hit on Tommy, sit back, and wait?

 

Diana: Okay, Navarro's after you, you've got a briefcase full of cash, and you need to disappear... what do you do?

 

[Everybody are watching Neal.]

 

Neal: You guys. Well, the first thing I'd do is get rid of my phone and credit cards.

 

Peter: Which he did.

 

Jones: Hop on a plane.

 

Neal: Airport security's tight. You pay cash for a ticket, that's a red flag. Plus it's risky. You sit in one place too long, people remember you.

 

Mozzie: Oh, and bus stations are the first place you people always put "wanted" posters.

 

Peter: Trains are no good. You get on one, you're stuck.

 

Neal: Unless you're a fan of the jump-and-roll, which I'm not.

 

Diana: I'd just drive. But Tommy doesn't have a car.

 

Jones: And all the limos at his company are in his lot.

 

Mozzie: You could boost one, but that's risky.

 

Neal: And you can't get a rental with cash anymore.

 

Peter: Cash. What about a taxi?

 

Neal: A couple grand will get you across a few state lines.

 

Peter: Diana, get eyes on the airports, bus, and train stations. Start with the cab companies. I'll prep tactical.

 

Diana: Come on.

 

Peter: Jones, you're on audio.

 

Jones: Yep.

 

Mozzie: Hey, what team am I on?

 

Peter: You're not. Neal's taking you home.

 

Neal: Hey, you're sidelining me now? Disappearing is what I do. Did. But I am a wealth of information.

 

Peter: Mozzie is too close to handle a ransom situation. I'll call if I need anything. That's it.

 

Neal: Come on, Moz.

 

Mozzie: Suit.

 

[Neal and Mozzie leaves.]

 

Peter (to Jones): Keep an eye on those two.

 

Jones: With pleasure.

 

 

 

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[Mozzie and Neal are in Neal’s flat.]

 

Mozzie: I knew something was wrong at the diner. I should've done something.

 

Neal: Don't blame yourself, Moz. Peter will find Tommy. He found me. Twice.

 

Mozzie: He knew you. He knew where you'd go.

 

Neal: When he found me, I wasn't running away.

 

Mozzie: Yeah, you were running toward something.

 

Neal: Toward someone. Kate. You think Tommy's the kind of guy who'd stick around for a girl?

 

Mozzie: All I know is that Gina's the kind of girl worth sticking around for.

 

Neal: Peter works one side, we'll work the other. Let's say Tommy is a version of you. You decide to wait around, and when things cool off, you find Gina and take off together.

 

Mozzie: All I'd need is one thing.

 

Neal: A new identity.

 

Mozzie: In times of crisis, people tend to go where they feel safe. Tommy grew up in Tudor city.

 

Neal: You got a look at his file.

 

Mozzie: With one eye. The only decent I.D. Guy left in the east 40s is Devlin.

 

Neal: Devlin? Oh. You two go way back.

 

Mozzie: Ever since that Spanish Harlem job went bad, he secretly hates me. If he wasn't so jumpy... I mean, if you can't handle stress, try needlepoint.

 

Neal: All right, so, Devlin won't just hand over a name. Is Jones still outside?

 

Mozzie: Apparently we're deserving of 'round-the-clock supervision.

 

 

 

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[Jones is hidden in a street to watch Neal and Mozzie. Neal had find him and calls him on his cell phone.]

 

Jones: What do you want, Caffrey?

 

Neal: I need you to do me a favor.

 

Jones: I'm not doing anything illegal.

 

Neal: Did you ever see "Scarface"?

 

 

 

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[Neal and Mozzie are walking in the streets. Davlin is buying some food.]

 

Man: Thanks a lot, man. Thanks. Yeah.

 

Devlin: Neal Caffrey! Man, it's been a long time. Hey, Moz. You're looking good.

 

Mozzie: Devlin. I see you haven't lost your penchant for shameless self-promotion.

 

Delin: You guys are a long way from home.

 

Neal: Yeah, we were just in the neighborhood, thought we'd grab some coffee.

 

Devlin: What's with him?

 

Neal: This guy over there, he's...

 

Mozzie: Neal! He's a fed. We noticed him following us a while back.

 

Devlin: You serious?

 

Mozzie: Powdered sugar? What are you doing, man? A fed?

 

Neal: What? He believed me. As if I'm gonna tell Devlin that guy works for Navarro.

 

Devlin: What? That guy works for Navarro? What are you guys into?

 

Neal: Nothing, okay? Guy from around here named Tommy Barnes stole 100 grand from Navarro. Word is, somebody made him a fake I.D.

 

Devlin: Oh, crap, man.

 

Mozzie: Navarro thinks I did it.

 

Devlin: Holy crap, man.

 

Mozzie: Here he comes. Vouch for me, all right, Devlin? You owe me from that Spanish Harlem debacle.

 

Devlin: Moz, I got your back, man.

 

[The guy arrives.]

 

Jones: You.

 

Mozzie: You got the wrong guy. I swear!

 

Devlin: Look, man. Hi. I know who you are, okay? I don't want any trouble. That guy there, he was just bragging about an I.D. He made for a guy named Tommy Barnes.

 

Mozzie: I did no such thing! I don't have a death wish!

 

Devlin: Hey! He told me Tommy's new name is Sam Brennan. Okay? Sam Brennan. That's what he said.

 

Jones: Both of you better come with me.

 

Mozzie: I won't forget this, Devlin!

 

[Mozzie, Jones and Neal leave Devlin and walk on the street.]

 

Jones: Oh, you guys have more fun than we do.

 

Neal: Whatever, Travolta.

 

 

 

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[Peter and some employee are in conference room.]

 

 

Peter: Surveillance outpost is being set up a block from the drop site. Cameras and mikes on exterior. Tactical is on the move. Any questions? We will bring Tommy in. There will be a drop.

 

[Diana enters the room with a file in her hands.]

 

Diana: I have good news.

 

Peter: I need good news.

 

Diana: A taxi driver came forward. A man matching Tommy's description caught a cab near the park yesterday. Said he'd give him $5,000 to drive him to Chicago without calling it in.

 

Peter: Why's the driver talking?

 

Diana: Because Tommy only gave him $400. He made him turn around at the Jersey turnpike. But look at what he paid with.

 

Peter: These are sequential bills.

 

Diana: Tommy hasn't made any withdrawals, so he's using the money he took from Sal's.

 

Peter: Navarro's laundering money through Sal's.

 

Diana: That's why he wants that particular 100 grand back.

 

Peter: Because it can be traced. This could blow up Navarro's entire enterprise.

 

 

[Peter phone is ringing.]

 

Peter: Yeah, Jones?

 

Jones: Peter, I'm with Caffrey and the little guy. We got a tip that Tommy Barnes has a new I.D.... Sam Brennan.

 

Peter: Thanks, Jones.

 

[He hangs up.]

 

Peter: All right, run the name "Sam Brennan." Hit the hotels and motels. He'll be the one paying cash.

 

 

 

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[Peter and Diana are in the streets. A man passes next to Peter.]

 

Peter: Tommy. Your name's Sam now, remember? Special Agent Burke, FBI.

 

Diana: Same sequence as the bills from the cab. Rest in your safe in the hotel?

 

Tommy: Yeah.

 

Peter: Get E.R.T. On it. Let Neal and Mozzie know we've got Tommy. We need to talk.

 

Tommy: All right.

 

Peter: Come on.

 

 

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[Peter asks Tommy in the interrogation room.]

 

Peter: How'd you get your hands on this money?

 

Tommy: A few nights ago, I did a drop at Sal's. There were some briefcases. Nobody was looking.

 

Peter: Navarro has Gina. We don't know where. He's threatening to kill her. There's a way to make this right.

 

 

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[Peter, his team, Mozzie and Tommy are in a basement.]

 

Peter: Snipers on the north and south rooftops. Mobile and foot units around the perimeter. We'll have undercover agents placed as vendors. But watch this area... it's a blind spot, access to the subways. We don't have enough manpower to cover the trains. I want you ready to move in when we get Gina's coordinates. Remember, the color of the day is orange.

 

Mozzie: Uh, Gina's favorite!

 

Neal: He'll stay out of the way.

 

Peter: He'd better. All right! Let's move out!

 

[A part of the team leaves the room.In a corner of the room Diana is talking to Tommy.]

 

Neal (to Mozzie): Stay here.

 

Diana: This lets us hear everything you say and track your location.

 

Mozzie: Just in case Navarro tries to take you.

 

Tommy: What?

 

Diana: It's a precaution, that's all.

 

Mozzie: I don't want to scare you with statistics, 'cause you don't look to me like much of a math guy. If this goes wrong... and these things go wrong a lot... then he's gonna take you... if not, then...

 

Diana: Neal!

 

Mozzie (to Diana): What? You do realize Navarro's gonna think he bought that flashy watch with the money, right?

 

Neal: What are you doing, Moz?

 

Mozzie: I'm explaining the risks when he's out there. Gina's life in his hands... he doesn't screw it up!

 

Diana: Get him out of here.

 

[Neal takes away Mozzie from Tommy.]

 

Peter: No. I want him where I can see him. That chair. Don't move. Don't speak. Sit. Read a book.

 

Jones: Okay, folks, Navarro's here with two guards, and they brought artillery. Looks like mp5s and acps.

 

Peter: This is it! Everyone in position! Everyone in a vest! Tommy, you ready?

 

Diana: We got you covered from every angle.

 

Tommy: No, I can't go out there.

 

Peter: Look, if Navarro sees anyone but you out there, we risk losing Gina.

 

Mozzie: I'm confounded by what Gina sees in you! You ran away once, but you turned around and came back. Man up!

 

[Tommy starts running away.]

 

Peter: Tommy, get back here! Hold on.

(to Mozzie) You're three seconds away from being arrested.

(to Tommy): Tommy, if you love her, then you have to go, and I mean now.

 

Neal: Just walk out there and give him the money.

 

Tommy: H-he's gonna kill me.

 

Jones: Uh, guys... We got a problem at the drop point.

 

Peter: What do you mean, a problem?

 

Employee: All right, stand down, stand down.

 

Neal: Where's Mozzie?

 

 

In the street:

 

Cristofer: Not another step.

 

 

In the building:

 

Peter: He just walked into the drop.

 

 

In the street:

 

Cristofer: Who the hell are you? Search him.

 

Mozzie: I work for Tommy. I'm his intermediary. Hands! I can get you the rest.

 

 

 

In the building:


Peter: Where is he going with this?

 

Diana: Let's hope he gets there fast.

 

 

In the street:

 

Cristofer: Tell Tommy I can guarantee quick... But not painless. He'll know what I mean.

 

Mozzie: You're an idiot! You think Tommy's phone was encrypted? Your message was intercepted by the feds. You think this is a secure spot? Look up. There's a sniper. There's another one. Guy tying his shoe... Agent. Lady with the fruit cart... Agent. We're surrounded. They've been on to you since Sal's.

 

Cristofer: How did you know about that?

 

Mozzie: Oh, please, this is right out of the book. Page 73, paragraph 2, line 5... And paragraph 4, line 7. Right out of the book!

 

Cristofer: Where's Tommy? Where's my money?

 

 

In the building:

 

Peter: This is not blowing up under my watch. We got to move.Go! Go!

 

 

In the street:

 

Cristofer: You know so much. You know a way out?

 

Mozzie: Subway was the only place they couldn't cover. Lucky for you, I got a metro card.

 

[They begin walking on the street.]

 

 

In the building:

 

Peter: He knows that is our blind spot! What is he thinking?!

 

Neal: Page 73, paragraph 2, line 5. Is that from the FBI field manual?

 

Peter: No.

 

[Peter’s cell phone ringing.]

 

Peter: It's Hughes. Yes, sir? I know that. Yes, sir. Well, I wanted the manpower.

 

[Neal opens Mozzie’s book.]

 

Neal: "Perfect." "Exchange."

 

 

 

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[Cristofer, his men and Mozzie arrive in a building.]

 

Cristofer: I want this done.

 

Mozzie: First thing's first. Let me see the girl.

 

[Vince opens a door.]

 

Vince: Come on.

 

[Gina enters the room.]

 

Gina: Where's Tommy?

 

Mozzie: Tommy's fine. I'm here instead. Call me the broker.

 

Cristofer: Call Tommy. Get me my money.

 

Mozzie: I see the girl's unharmed. Good for you. I want a chair, and I want coffee. No milk, no cream. That's right... lactose. Then I'm gonna tell you how this is gonna go down.

 

 

 

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[Neal is in his flat. Peter enters.]

 

Peter: What's the "perfect exchange"? Whatever it is... money for a painting, drugs, or a person...

 

Neal: the hand-off's always a problem. It all comes down to trust.

 

Peter: How do you know the bad guy won't shoot you, keep the money and the valuable jewels, masterpiece, bond certificate?

 

Neal: Exactly. So, one night, over a bottle of Armagnac, Mozzie and I figured out the perfect way to do it.

 

Peter: That why you're wearing your cat-burglar outfit?

 

Neal: I'm a New Yorker. We like black.

 

Peter: Mm-hmm.

 

Neal: Let's start with the "where."

 

 

 

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Cristofer: Where?

 

Mozzie: A neutral location. Tommy comes unarmed. So do you. Guns won't make it past security.

 

 

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Neal: Security is key. You need metal detectors, but not scanners. You want to get a bag of money and a canvas in.

 

Peter: Just so I'm clear, Gina's the canvas?

 

Neal: Right. You also need a building with a public space on the roof. We decided on the Sutherland.

 

 

 

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Mozzie: You'll meet tomorrow at the Sutherland library. On the rooftop. Don't worry. There's no books up there.

 

Cristofer: What time is this elaborate meeting?

 

 

 

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Neal: The meet has to happen during business hours. You want people around to distract from the hand-off. The Sutherland’s book collection is valuable enough to warrant guards.

 

 

 

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Mozzie: No funny stuff. Tommy hands you anything other than a briefcase, you make a stink, the guards come in and detain him. You decide to make him pay for stepping out, same thing happens.

 

 

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Neal: It's designed to keep both sides in check and on task. It's about the exchange, nothing else.

 

 

 

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Mozzie: Everybody wins.

 

 

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Peter: I like it... Except for one thing.

 

Neal: What's that?

 

Peter: Nothing's perfect.

 

 

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Cristofer: You just brokered yourself a deal.

 

 

 

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Neal: It's perfect because one side will always try to outsmart the other. Navarro knows that Tommy can't walk in with a weapon.

 

Peter: So Navarro's gonna make sure that there's one waiting for him when he gets there.

 

Neal: We stake out the library.

 

Peter: Wait until one of Navarro's guys show up.

 

Neal: He'll keep an eye on the place, make sure Tommy doesn't have the same idea. Then he'll plant the gun. We'll just follow Navarro's guy back to Mozzie.

 

 

 

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[Peter and Neal are waiting in a car.]

 

Peter: I know this is boring, but stay awake.

 

Neal: I haven't slept since this whole thing started.

 

Peter: Stomach hurt?

 

Neal: A little bit.

 

Peter: Got that parched thing happening?

 

Neal: Yeah. My mouth's a little dry.

 

Peter: Well, hold on to that feeling. Remember it the next time you decide to infiltrate the den of a mobster on a whim or something equally cockeyed.

 

Neal: Thanks for sharing your feelings, Peter. I know that's sometimes difficult for you.

 

Peter: You're welcome. That looks like Navarro's guy.

 

Neal: He's here to plant the gun.

 

Peter: We follow him back to Mozzie, it'll all be over.

 

Neal: I hope so. Oh, that's reassuring.

 

Peter: The "perfect exchange." When did you pull it off?

 

Neal: A certain FBI Agent came into my life. I didn't get the chance.

 

Peter: So it's hypothetical.

 

Neal: Yeah.

 

Peter: What happens to the middleman?

 

Neal: We didn't have one.

 

Peter: When Vince tells Navarro that the gun's in place, he's got his meeting time, location, and a stashed weapon.

 

Neal: Mozzie's about to become irrelevant. I want to go in there.

 

Peter: Hold on.

 

[Peter leaves the car and walk toward Vince. He points a gun at his head.]

 

Peter: Take me to Navarro.

 

 

 

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Gina: Mozzie! Mozzie. How did you end up here alone?

 

Mozzie: I followed your clues. You did leave them for me?

Gina: Yes, yes, from our talks and our books. But I was just hoping you would share them with the FBI or the cops.

 

Cristofer: Cut the talking! Sal's was a dud. Set up somewhere else. We got to find a new place for the money.

 

Man: I'll make some calls.

 

Gina: Tommy wouldn't come for me, would he?

 

Mozzie: Let's not think about that now.

 

[The elevator arrives.]

 

Cristofer: Good. Vince is back.

 

Mozzie: This is it. Get ready.

 

Gina: What's happening?

 

Mozzie:  Something big, I hope.

 

Cristofer: Mr. broker... Seems I don't need you anymore.

 

[A man points a gun at Mozzie.]

 

Mozzie: Oh, damn it! There is no middleman!

 

Gina: What does that mean?

 

Peter: FBI! Drop your weapon! Drop it! Stay where you are!

 

[Mozzie strikes the man and catches the gun.]

 

Peter: Put your gun down.

 

Cristofer: You keep showing up. I don't like surprises. And I don't like feds.

 

Peter: You know what else you're not gonna like? Prison. Drop your weapon.

 

Cristofer: Oh, I don't plan to go to prison.

 

Jones: FBI! Drop your weapons!

 

Employee: Drop your weapons now! Put them down!

 

Peter: Looks like your plans just changed.

 

Employee: Now! Weapons down right now!

 

Neal: Moz! Hey. You okay?

 

Neal and Mozzie: Middleman.

 

Neal: Yeah. We might want to rename the "perfect exchange."

 

Peter: I got it, I got it. Deep breaths, buddy.

 

 

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[Neal and Gina are at Margo’s.]

 

Mozzie: So, have you talked to Tommy?

 

Gina: We broke up. Today's my last day at the diner, though. I've been saving, and I think it's time for an adventure of my own. I'm gonna go to California.

 

Mozzie: "It's goodbye, but we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies."

 

Gina: Kerouac.

 

Mozzie: He also went to California. I wouldn't do well there. I like my shoes to cover my toes. "You're cute, too."

 

 

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[Neal and Peter are in a street.]

 

Neal: How many dinners with Elizabeth have you missed because of me?

 

Peter: I don't keep count. Well, I've lost count. But Mozzie had you worried. How does it feel to walk a mile in my shoes?

 

Neal: I prefer Italian leather.

 

[Mozzie arrives.]

 

Neal: How's Gina?

 

Mozzie: She's showing signs of a bodyguard complex. I told her some distance between us would be good.

 

Neal: Yeah, a guy like you needs his space.

 

Mozzie: So, we heading to the bureau?

 

Peter: I got the FBI on board with Caffrey, but you? I don't even know your real name. And I've looked.

 

Neal: Thanks for the pen, by the way.

 

Peter: What pen? I got...

 

Neal: Earned it. It's mine now.

 

Peter: Give me that pen. It's not yours, no.

 

Neal: I'm gonna keep it there. Peter...

 

Peter: you got to give me the pen.

 

 

 

THE END

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