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1 00:00:07,713 --> 00:00:10,715 we believe that this man was somehow connected

2 00:00:10,750 --> 00:00:13,652 to the blackout. (jANIS) he's highly efficient in advanced computing equipment.

3 00:00:13,686 --> 00:00:16,454 he also seems to have a penchant for chess.

4 00:00:16,489 --> 00:00:19,724 the man you call d. gibbons—his real name is dyson frost.

5 00:00:19,759 --> 00:00:22,394 hello, demetri. my name is dyson frost.

6 00:00:22,428 --> 00:00:26,364 got your attention, didn't i? in my flash-forward, i saw this symbol.

7 00:00:26,399 --> 00:00:29,234 i remember the images, but i just can't put them together.

8 00:00:29,268 --> 00:00:33,271 (nICOLE) your have to find her, bryce. our entire investigation hinges on what's in your head.

9 00:00:33,306 --> 00:00:36,708 i'm here to make sure you don't lose it before April 29TH. we went to Utah.

10 00:00:36,742 --> 00:00:38,977 (dEMETRI) officer down! d. gibbons knew we re coming.

11 00:00:39,011 --> 00:00:40,378 you unearthed the Somalia photos.

12 00:00:40,413 --> 00:00:42,113 five minutes later, we're getting shot at.

13 00:00:42,148 --> 00:00:43,915 whoever we're investigating

14 00:00:43,950 --> 00:00:46,985 knows what we're doin. we have a mole.

15 00:00:47,019 --> 00:00:50,555 you're forgetting there's another part to what we saw—16 00:00:50,589 --> 00:00:52,924 the part where we're not together. hey, honey.

17 00:00:52,959 --> 00:00:55,360 i want to go away with you and with charlie.

18 00:00:55,394 --> 00:00:59,497 i just want to get away from all of this. yes or no?

19 00:01:03,903 --> 00:01:04,869 thanks.

20 00:01:04,904 --> 00:01:07,539 hey, i'm sorry. i was in surgery.

21 00:01:07,573 --> 00:01:10,075 oh, i'm fine. i'm fine. oh, god. what happened?

22 00:01:10,109 --> 00:01:12,344 um, i ran into a bullet.

23 00:01:12,378 --> 00:01:14,579 babe, i'm serious.

24 00:01:14,613 --> 00:01:17,415 6 inches this way, this bullet's in your heart.

25 00:01:17,450 --> 00:01:19,250 i know.

26 00:01:19,285 --> 00:01:21,586 i'm not sure i can handle this anymore.

27 00:01:21,620 --> 00:01:23,922 (SIGHS) livy, i was an fbi agent

28 00:01:23,956 --> 00:01:25,991 when you married me.

29 00:01:26,025 --> 00:01:29,027 but it is different now. we have a daughter.

30 00:01:29,061 --> 00:01:31,730 i mean, if something happens to you, i...

31 00:01:31,764 --> 00:01:33,231 i don't wanna...

32 00:01:34,734 --> 00:01:37,335 look, i get that this is who you are.

33 00:01:37,370 --> 00:01:39,738 but it—it's different.

34 00:01:39,772 --> 00:01:43,708 i-i mean, i've got to know that our family comes first.

35 00:01:43,743 --> 00:01:45,877 something's gotta change.

36 00:01:45,911 --> 00:01:48,346 wedeck offered me a position

37 00:01:48,381 --> 00:01:50,749 on the dhs counterterrorism task force.

38 00:01:50,783 --> 00:01:52,384 it's an improvement?

39 00:01:52,418 --> 00:01:56,654 uh... it's surveillanc

40 00:01:56,689 --> 00:01:59,224 two guys in a car eating burritos,

41 00:01:59,258 --> 00:02:00,825 listening to phone calls in farsi.

42 00:02:00,860 --> 00:02:02,827 i'll be out of the line of fire.

43 00:02:02,862 --> 00:02:05,830 my biggest concerns will be boredom and cholesterol.

44 00:02:05,865 --> 00:02:07,899 you're gonna hate that.

45 00:02:07,933 --> 00:02:09,801 mm, but i can take it.

46 00:02:09,835 --> 00:02:12,604 what i can't take is losing you and charlie.

47 00:02:12,638 --> 00:02:16,341 our family will always come first. i promise.

48 00:02:21,881 --> 00:02:25,283 so, um, if you need anything,

49 00:02:25,317 --> 00:02:27,752 i'll be staying at the wedecks'.

50 00:02:30,189 --> 00:02:33,024 i'm sorry. i have no idea how to do this.

51 00:02:33,059 --> 00:02:36,428 neither do i.

52 00:02:42,501 --> 00:02:45,403 she's been in there 20 minutes.

53 00:02:49,742 --> 00:02:51,876 i'll call you tonight.

54 00:03:04,657 --> 00:03:06,958 are you my new partner?

55 00:03:06,992 --> 00:03:09,761 if you are, i insist you change your clothes.

56 00:03:09,795 --> 00:03:11,830 can't catch bad guys in pajamas.

57 00:03:11,864 --> 00:03:13,932 where are you going?

58 00:03:13,966 --> 00:03:18,103 i'm just going to the wedecks' for a little while.

59 00:03:18,137 --> 00:03:19,838 how long is a little while?

60 00:03:19,872 --> 00:03:24,175 well, i... hope it's not very long at all.

61 00:03:27,746 --> 00:03:29,781 what's this?

62 00:03:29,815 --> 00:03:31,783 you lost your bracelet.

63 00:03:31,817 --> 00:03:33,952 it'll keep you safe from the bad guys

64 00:03:33,986 --> 00:03:36,087 until you come back home.

65 00:03:39,258 --> 00:03:42,827 let me put it back on.

66 00:03:47,399 --> 00:03:49,400 (WHISPERS) come here.

67 00:03:51,070 --> 00:03:55,140 (SNIFFLES) i love you so much, charlie-bear.

68 00:03:58,344 --> 00:04:01,513 cAPTIONED BY cLOSED cAPTIONING sERVICES, iNC.

69 00:04:04,450 --> 00:04:07,585 if you're watching this message in 2010,

70 00:04:07,620 --> 00:04:11,289 that means the global blackout was successful.

71 00:04:11,323 --> 00:04:16,828 that also means we've had a near miss in pigeon, Utah.

72 00:04:18,464 --> 00:04:20,632 how do i know all this?

73 00:04:20,666 --> 00:04:25,870 because i myself have had hundreds of flash-forwards.

74 00:04:27,606 --> 00:04:31,242 in nearly all of my futures,

75 00:04:31,277 --> 00:04:35,747 i end up dying on march 15TH--

76 00:04:35,781 --> 00:04:38,049 like you, demetri.

77 00:04:38,083 --> 00:04:40,852 so if you managed to find this tape in Somalia,

78 00:04:40,886 --> 00:04:45,356 it would seem our fates are on a collision course,

79 00:04:45,391 --> 00:04:50,862 and the possible outcomes of the game are rapidly narrowing.

80 00:04:50,896 --> 00:04:53,364 as for the endgame,

81 00:04:53,399 --> 00:04:57,402 the next move is mark benford's.

82 00:05:02,708 --> 00:05:05,310 that's dyson frost?

83 00:05:05,344 --> 00:05:07,011 and it's genuine?

84 00:05:07,046 --> 00:05:08,880 yeah. it's legit.

85 00:05:08,914 --> 00:05:11,416 degradation rate in the magnetic tape

86 00:05:11,450 --> 00:05:14,419 plus the date of production makes it authentic.

87 00:05:14,453 --> 00:05:16,888 the only explanation, however implausible,

88 00:05:16,922 --> 00:05:21,092 is that frost flashed-forward from 1991 to our present

89 00:05:21,126 --> 00:05:23,027 and saw us in Somalia.

90 00:05:23,062 --> 00:05:27,599 then in 1991, he makes a tape he knows we'd find.

91 00:05:27,633 --> 00:05:30,468 that's a 19-year flash-forward.

92 00:05:30,502 --> 00:05:33,972 and march 15TH—the day he dies in his future...

93 00:05:34,006 --> 00:05:38,109 is the date i'm supposed to be murdered.

94 00:05:38,143 --> 00:05:40,178 maybe that's the collision course

95 00:05:40,212 --> 00:05:42,313 he's talking about.

96 00:05:42,348 --> 00:05:44,349 dem, frost talks about narrowing outcomes—97 00:05:44,383 --> 00:05:47,151 another indication that what people see

98 00:05:47,186 --> 00:05:49,354 in their flash-forwards... are only possibilities.

99 00:05:49,388 --> 00:05:51,990 could be warning us.

100 00:05:52,024 --> 00:05:54,892 warning us about what?

101 00:05:57,463 --> 00:05:59,631 there's gonna be another blackout.

102 00:05:59,665 --> 00:06:00,865 what?

103 00:06:00,899 --> 00:06:03,368 how? when?

104 00:06:03,402 --> 00:06:06,604 we have to assume that's agent benford's next move—105 00:06:06,639 --> 00:06:09,274 to find out and to prevent it.

106 00:06:09,308 --> 00:06:11,442 so let's make it a good one.

107 00:06:11,477 --> 00:06:14,045 find dyson frost... yesterday.

108 00:06:14,079 --> 00:06:17,048 (sIMON) this is magnificent work.

109 00:06:17,116 --> 00:06:19,651 master circuits built from basic sketches

110 00:06:19,685 --> 00:06:22,153 i designed when i was 13.

111 00:06:22,187 --> 00:06:24,067 well, when you finish patting yourself on the back,

112 00:06:24,067 --> 00:06:26,174 can we get to work? i had to go to a lot of trouble to get all this,

113 00:06:26,174 --> 00:06:28,154 not to mention what i had to go through in that basement.

114 00:06:28,154 --> 00:06:31,707 yes, i know—the missing dig. a terrible loss.

115 00:06:31,707 --> 00:06:35,502 you find anything in those documents we got in Somalia?

116 00:06:35,701 --> 00:06:38,303 yeah, um, a couple of things.

117 00:06:38,337 --> 00:06:41,939 there were several references to tachyonic dark matter.

118 00:06:41,974 --> 00:06:44,108 in '91? how is that possible?

119 00:06:44,143 --> 00:06:46,177 well, the theoretical basis existed.

120 00:06:46,211 --> 00:06:49,080 but the experiment failed. because they needed us.

121 00:06:49,114 --> 00:06:51,683 well, clearly, you're missing the silver lining.

122 00:06:51,717 --> 00:06:54,385 the blackout—we're off the hook.

123 00:06:54,420 --> 00:06:57,388 not our fault. frost flash-forwarded in '91

124 00:06:57,423 --> 00:07:00,158 using technology thate did not develop.

125 00:07:00,192 --> 00:07:03,761 simon, flosso said our n.l.p. experiments

126 00:07:03,796 --> 00:07:05,363 amplified the blackout.

127 00:07:05,397 --> 00:07:07,332 we can't dodge that.

128 00:07:07,366 --> 00:07:09,500 find anything else interesting?

129 00:07:09,535 --> 00:07:12,403 i saw this formula in my flash-forward...

130 00:07:12,438 --> 00:07:14,105 written on a mirror.

131 00:07:16,141 --> 00:07:18,076 it's the exact inverse

132 00:07:18,110 --> 00:07:20,478 of some of our early n.l.a.p. computations.

133 00:07:20,512 --> 00:07:23,481 i don't know—maybe a process to reverse the blackout?

134 00:07:23,515 --> 00:07:24,909 you're working on blackout protection

135 00:07:24,909 --> 00:07:29,136 in your flash-forward? i don't know, but it was this formula, and there was...

136 00:07:29,136 --> 00:07:32,724 (WHOOSH) there was more of it written on the mirror,

137 00:07:32,758 --> 00:07:34,892 and the two of them are combined somehow.

138 00:07:34,927 --> 00:07:37,628 well, we need the other formula

139 00:07:37,663 --> 00:07:39,764 that you saw on the benfords' mirror.

140 00:07:39,798 --> 00:07:42,266 go see your girlfriend.

141 00:07:42,301 --> 00:07:45,570 ticktock.

142 00:07:45,604 --> 00:07:47,572 (KNOCKS ON DOOR) nothing.

143 00:07:47,606 --> 00:07:50,274 i ran face recognition software on every available database.

144 00:07:50,309 --> 00:07:52,610 since frost faked his death in 1990,

145 00:07:52,644 --> 00:07:55,847 there is not one record—not one sighting of this guy. nothing.

146 00:07:55,881 --> 00:07:57,815 he's a thorough guy—147 00:07:57,850 --> 00:08:00,451 likes complex things like chess.

148 00:08:00,486 --> 00:08:01,697 he's also got an arrogant streak—149 00:08:01,697 --> 00:08:04,463 likes people to know when he's winning. i've been looking through

150 00:08:04,463 --> 00:08:06,579 membership lists of chess clubs pre-'90.

151 00:08:06,865 --> 00:08:09,710 frost placed third in an amateur league in '87. (TYPES)

152 00:08:10,329 --> 00:08:13,531 and the guy he beat lives in san francisco. (TAPS KEY)

153 00:08:13,565 --> 00:08:15,366 his name is ian mCkinnon.

154 00:08:15,401 --> 00:08:16,801 mCkinnon was the reigning champion

155 00:08:16,835 --> 00:08:19,070 until frost beat him in an upset.

156 00:08:19,104 --> 00:08:22,073 (BEEPING) so i traced him and then i gave him a call.

157 00:08:22,107 --> 00:08:26,277 but when i mentioned frost, he hung up. well, let's travel.

158 00:08:26,311 --> 00:08:29,080 we need to get to san francisco and talk to him, right?

159 00:08:29,114 --> 00:08:31,749 yeah. but first, there's something else. (TAPS KEY, BEEP)

160 00:08:31,784 --> 00:08:34,719 this is frost's fil tournament against mCkinnon.

161 00:08:34,753 --> 00:08:38,556 he uses a very risky play called the queen sacrifice.

162 00:08:38,590 --> 00:08:40,691 looks like a total hail mary,

163 00:08:40,726 --> 00:08:43,995 but it's one of the most effective plays in the game. okay, so what?

164 00:08:44,029 --> 00:08:45,830 he knew we would see these games.

165 00:08:45,864 --> 00:08:48,533 it's another message from 1991. (TAPS KEY)

166 00:08:48,567 --> 00:08:50,468 (BEEPING) tournament game sheets.

167 00:08:50,502 --> 00:08:53,704 each of his moves takes either two or four seconds—168 00:08:53,739 --> 00:08:56,340 never more, never less. in the three games,

169 00:08:56,375 --> 00:08:58,376 he made 50 moves, after which he resigned.

170 00:08:58,410 --> 00:09:02,447 so this is a code of some kind. wait. is this...

171 00:09:02,481 --> 00:09:04,549 this is morse code.

172 00:09:04,583 --> 00:09:07,819 2-second moves are dots. 4-second moves are dashes.

173 00:09:07,853 --> 00:09:10,288 there are 50 moves, so 50 characters.

174 00:09:10,322 --> 00:09:13,257 and this is just jumbles of letters here. not letters.

175 00:09:13,292 --> 00:09:16,127 numbers in morse code have five dots or dashes.

176 00:09:16,161 --> 00:09:18,863 50 divided by 5 is 10–10 digits.

177 00:09:18,897 --> 00:09:20,731 is it a phone number?

178 00:09:26,205 --> 00:09:28,706 prepaid cell.

179 00:09:28,740 --> 00:09:30,842 he really did know the future.

180 00:09:33,579 --> 00:09:36,614 (fROST) wELL DONE. lEAVE A MESSAGE. (BEEP)

181 00:09:36,648 --> 00:09:40,017 dyson frost? this is agent benford.

182 00:09:40,052 --> 00:09:43,120 it's your move.

183 00:09:43,155 --> 00:09:46,290 now we're traveling.

184 00:10:06,578 --> 00:10:07,979 in English, please.

185 00:10:08,013 --> 00:10:11,482 i know you like halibut. some just came in this morning.

186 00:10:11,517 --> 00:10:15,520 no, thank you. i ate... some cereal.

187 00:10:15,554 --> 00:10:18,322 oh, that's not enough. you need protein.

188 00:10:18,357 --> 00:10:21,659 you are kind, but i can't.

189 00:10:21,693 --> 00:10:23,761 it's... too much money.

190 00:10:38,644 --> 00:10:41,212 i want a... new beginning.

191 00:10:41,246 --> 00:10:43,614 and new love.

192 00:10:56,762 --> 00:10:59,230 some miso soup,

193 00:10:59,264 --> 00:11:00,932 a little rice? okay.

194 00:11:00,966 --> 00:11:03,534 okay. (DOOR BELLS JINGLE)

195 00:11:17,349 --> 00:11:18,849 not today.

196 00:11:28,827 --> 00:11:31,195 (nICOLE) come here often?

197 00:11:31,229 --> 00:11:33,698 i'm beginning to feel like a regular.

198 00:11:33,732 --> 00:11:36,200 don't you have anything better to do

199 00:11:36,234 --> 00:11:38,235 than hang around a chemo ward?

200 00:11:38,303 --> 00:11:39,837 bryce, you're my friend.

201 00:11:39,871 --> 00:11:42,106 you're crazy if you think i'm gonna let you

202 00:11:42,140 --> 00:11:44,709 go through this alone. i appreciate what you're doing,

203 00:11:44,743 --> 00:11:47,211 but i don't want you to see me like this.

204 00:11:47,245 --> 00:11:50,247 is this about your pride? a little bit, yeah.

205 00:11:50,282 --> 00:11:51,649 hello, it's me.

206 00:11:51,683 --> 00:11:54,952 you've glued pennies to the wall with my lunatic mother.

207 00:11:54,987 --> 00:11:57,154 i think we've both seen behind the curtain.

208 00:11:57,189 --> 00:11:58,789 besides,

209 00:11:58,824 --> 00:12:01,726 the chemo's gonna make you sick as a dog in 24 hours.

210 00:12:01,760 --> 00:12:04,695 so tonight let's have some fun.

211 00:12:06,264 --> 00:12:08,165 okay, let's do it.

212 00:12:08,200 --> 00:12:10,201 but i'm buying dinner.

213 00:12:17,242 --> 00:12:20,378 (MAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY, SEAGULLS CALLING)

214 00:12:21,813 --> 00:12:24,415 (dEMETRI) you call s.f.p.d.?

215 00:12:24,449 --> 00:12:26,350 (mARK) what do you think?

216 00:12:26,385 --> 00:12:27,785 (MAN) right behind you.

217 00:12:27,819 --> 00:12:30,087 (MEN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

218 00:12:30,122 --> 00:12:31,689 help you guys?

219 00:12:31,723 --> 00:12:34,659 special agent benford. agent noh.

220 00:12:34,693 --> 00:12:36,827 detective john smi. yes, that's my real name.

221 00:12:36,862 --> 00:12:39,130 what do you need? what happened here?

222 00:12:39,164 --> 00:12:41,065 eh, some guy from the chess club

223 00:12:41,099 --> 00:12:45,136 took two in the back of the head. don't tell me—ian mCkinnon?

224 00:12:45,170 --> 00:12:47,905 yeah, ian mCkinnon. person of interest?

225 00:12:52,411 --> 00:12:54,412 not anymore.

226 00:13:02,562 --> 00:13:04,630 ian mCkinnon was unlucky enough to play

227 00:13:04,664 --> 00:13:05,995 a few games of chess back in the '80S,

228 00:13:05,995 --> 00:13:09,091 and now he's dead. he was our best lead on frost,

229 00:13:09,091 --> 00:13:11,261 but our leak turned him into a homicide investigation.

230 00:13:11,261 --> 00:13:13,861 san francisco bureau is handling the follow-up,

231 00:13:13,861 --> 00:13:16,555 but i'm not expecting much. how long between when you first made contact

232 00:13:16,555 --> 00:13:18,800 and time of death? eight hours tops.

233 00:13:19,180 --> 00:13:22,916 there's only one conclusion. the leak we've been tracking—that's compromised the security

234 00:13:22,951 --> 00:13:24,851 of the whole mosaic investigation—235 00:13:24,886 --> 00:13:28,021 is inside the bureau. not just the bureau.

236 00:13:28,056 --> 00:13:31,231 no. inside our office.

237 00:13:32,058 --> 00:13:34,259 (SIGHS) i've been ordered to give full agency support,

238 00:13:34,294 --> 00:13:38,230 fresh pair of eyes, all the rest of that crap.

239 00:13:38,264 --> 00:13:41,366 you got a play?

240 00:13:41,401 --> 00:13:44,269 my dad knew a guy who used to go blast fishing.

241 00:13:44,304 --> 00:13:45,775 he'd throw a stick of dynamite in the water

242 00:13:45,775 --> 00:13:47,462 and watch the fish float to the top.

243 00:13:47,462 --> 00:13:49,342 it was ugly, but it worked.

244 00:13:51,377 --> 00:13:53,912 game on.

245 00:13:53,947 --> 00:13:57,683 just don't forget who your friends are.

246 00:13:57,717 --> 00:14:02,020 what's unacceptable is that one of them is my enemy.

247 00:14:17,804 --> 00:14:20,106 (MAN) i need you to step away from your desk. what the hell is going on here?

248 00:14:20,140 --> 00:14:22,808 everyone's required to assemble in the conference room, sir.

249 00:14:22,843 --> 00:14:24,243 on whose authorization?

250 00:14:24,277 --> 00:14:25,811 sorry, assistant director wedeck.

251 00:14:25,846 --> 00:14:26,846 orders.

252 00:14:26,880 --> 00:14:29,382 whose orders? i'm not at liberty to say.

253 00:14:29,416 --> 00:14:31,884 that's not part of the task force agreement.

254 00:14:31,918 --> 00:14:33,819 (CLEARS THROAT) uh, no calls,

255 00:14:33,854 --> 00:14:36,322 and i'll need your cell phone, please.

256 00:14:46,033 --> 00:14:48,300 don't touch me, all right?

257 00:14:48,335 --> 00:14:50,236 sir, your phone.

258 00:14:54,041 --> 00:14:58,110 what's going on? someone lose their keys?

259 00:14:58,145 --> 00:15:01,013 simon campos? yeah?

260 00:15:01,048 --> 00:15:04,350 you're in there also, sir. i'm not really an employee. i'm more of a visitor.

261 00:15:04,384 --> 00:15:08,087 what is this? i've not even had my coffee yet.

262 00:15:28,375 --> 00:15:30,643 what's this about?

263 00:15:30,677 --> 00:15:33,512 judging from the way our offices are being torn apart,

264 00:15:33,547 --> 00:15:36,682 i'd say an interagency task force has been formed

265 00:15:36,717 --> 00:15:38,551 and is looking for a leak.

266 00:15:38,585 --> 00:15:41,087 we can't just look for the leak on our own?

267 00:15:41,121 --> 00:15:42,154 (jANIS) yeah.

268 00:15:42,189 --> 00:15:45,791 i think the point is, one of us is a mole.

269 00:15:51,398 --> 00:15:53,165 and mark?

270 00:15:53,200 --> 00:15:55,835 apparently already vetted.

271 00:16:01,274 --> 00:16:03,776 this office has been swept.

272 00:16:05,812 --> 00:16:10,983 ¶ you are the sunshine of my life ¶

273 00:16:11,017 --> 00:16:13,786 ¶ girl ¶

274 00:16:13,820 --> 00:16:18,524 ¶ forever you'lstay in my heart ¶

275 00:16:18,558 --> 00:16:21,093 ¶ you are the apple ¶

276 00:16:26,166 --> 00:16:27,533 tweezers.

277 00:16:44,918 --> 00:16:46,685 there's your leak.

278 00:16:48,688 --> 00:16:50,523 get out.

279 00:16:52,425 --> 00:16:54,593 it's voice-activated.

280 00:16:54,628 --> 00:16:56,829 when your office is swept for bugs at 4:00 a.m...

281 00:16:56,863 --> 00:16:59,465 the sweepers don't make any sound.

282 00:16:59,499 --> 00:17:02,468 no sound, no transmission.

283 00:17:02,502 --> 00:17:05,337 you've vetted the sweepers?

284 00:17:05,372 --> 00:17:09,008 since the blackout, all techs have been agency-contracted—285 00:17:09,042 --> 00:17:10,976 blind assignments.

286 00:17:11,011 --> 00:17:14,814 that's how you do security.

287 00:17:14,848 --> 00:17:18,851 they just don't know about the singing.

288 00:17:18,885 --> 00:17:23,255 so who has access to your office, mark?

289 00:17:25,592 --> 00:17:28,894 everyone in that room.

290 00:17:30,864 --> 00:17:33,966 time to light the fuse.

291 00:17:39,706 --> 00:17:42,041 ladies and gentlemen, as you may have deduced,

292 00:17:42,075 --> 00:17:44,510 we're closing in on a leak inside the fbi

293 00:17:44,544 --> 00:17:47,079 that is hampering the mosaic investigation.

294 00:17:47,113 --> 00:17:49,381 now anyone want to confess?

295 00:17:53,553 --> 00:17:55,254 no?

296 00:17:55,288 --> 00:17:57,589 then it's the hard road.

297 00:17:57,624 --> 00:17:59,925 you'll be first, agent noh,

298 00:17:59,959 --> 00:18:03,595 as you were part of the failed attempt to contact ian mCkinnon.

299 00:18:03,630 --> 00:18:06,365 you got anything to say about this?

300 00:18:06,399 --> 00:18:09,668 we have to do this.

301 00:18:15,642 --> 00:18:18,143 vogel, you're a son of a bitch. you know that?

302 00:18:18,178 --> 00:18:21,246 true as that may be, i'm working with agent benford today.

303 00:18:24,417 --> 00:18:26,649 i was with you the whole time in san francisco.

304 00:18:26,649 --> 00:18:28,265 i don't think you're the mole. who then?

305 00:18:28,265 --> 00:18:30,936 someone in that room. if you don't think i'm the mole,

306 00:18:30,936 --> 00:18:33,841 what the hell am i doing in here? i need the mole to think i suspect everyone,

307 00:18:33,841 --> 00:18:35,112 even you.

308 00:18:37,797 --> 00:18:39,798 w long are we gonna be stuck in here?

309 00:18:39,833 --> 00:18:43,235 (MAN) good question. they've got their whole procedure to go through—310 00:18:43,269 --> 00:18:45,771 re-vet contact histories,

311 00:18:45,805 --> 00:18:48,841 bureau records, computers. that could take days.

312 00:18:48,875 --> 00:18:52,845 they're gonna want to vet all of our personal files. not if they don't have passwords.

313 00:18:52,879 --> 00:18:54,313 you didn't give up your passwords?

314 00:18:54,347 --> 00:18:56,482 not to my personal files, no.

315 00:18:56,516 --> 00:18:59,251 something on your computer you don't want people to see?

316 00:18:59,285 --> 00:19:02,521 no, i mean, nothing that's... sensitive.

317 00:19:02,555 --> 00:19:04,089 you know, i'm--i'm clean.

318 00:19:04,124 --> 00:19:06,058 it's porn. agent curdy,

319 00:19:06,092 --> 00:19:07,759 downloading naked cheerleaders on fbi time?

320 00:19:07,794 --> 00:19:10,863 it—it's nothing like that. it's--it's--it's, um...

321 00:19:10,897 --> 00:19:13,832 it's just... it's an r.p.g. oh.

322 00:19:13,867 --> 00:19:15,534 what?

323 00:19:15,568 --> 00:19:17,636 it's--it's an r.p.g. it's a role-playing game.

324 00:19:17,670 --> 00:19:19,505 i play "warlocks of avalon" online.

325 00:19:19,539 --> 00:19:21,673 i'm a seventh level druid. my name is "argothic."

326 00:19:21,708 --> 00:19:24,910 you have any special powers?

327 00:19:24,944 --> 00:19:27,379 um, cape of invisibility, lightning hammer,

328 00:19:27,413 --> 00:19:29,414 elixir of life, healing.

329 00:19:29,449 --> 00:19:30,301 that's impressive.

330 00:19:30,301 --> 00:19:31,575 yeah, it's cool. (CHUCKLES)

331 00:19:39,058 --> 00:19:41,760 you're next. vreede.

332 00:19:41,794 --> 00:19:44,229 can i borrow that cape?

333 00:19:48,735 --> 00:19:51,436 there any reason we can't get back to work,

334 00:19:51,471 --> 00:19:53,805 do something useful?

335 00:19:53,840 --> 00:19:57,209 vogel found a microtransmitter...

336 00:19:58,611 --> 00:20:01,079 in that key.

337 00:20:01,114 --> 00:20:05,651 you want to be useful? tell me who put that in my office.

338 00:20:05,685 --> 00:20:08,287 you think it was one of us? that's the working theory.

339 00:20:08,321 --> 00:20:11,723 hmm. "m"... for "mark."

340 00:20:11,758 --> 00:20:12,891 nice touch.

341 00:20:12,926 --> 00:20:15,661 unless it was you, marcie.

342 00:20:15,695 --> 00:20:18,630 (mARCIE) can you shut up for, like, five minutes?

343 00:20:18,665 --> 00:20:21,700 want some sugar? i don't use sugar.

344 00:20:21,734 --> 00:20:23,936 mark? we're with you.

345 00:20:23,970 --> 00:20:24,970 you know that.

346 00:20:25,004 --> 00:20:27,506 thanks. but we're close.

347 00:20:27,540 --> 00:20:30,842 we'll get him.

348 00:20:30,877 --> 00:20:32,775 good thing the fate of the planet doesn't rely

349 00:20:32,775 --> 00:20:34,920 on mark benford finding the mole.

350 00:21:11,017 --> 00:21:13,385 son of a bitch!

351 00:21:13,419 --> 00:21:15,621 excuse me!

352 00:21:15,655 --> 00:21:18,557 koreatown's further west.

353 00:21:18,591 --> 00:21:21,793 no. i'm not Korean. i'm Japanese.

354 00:21:21,828 --> 00:21:24,730 either way, you gotta get on the bus.

355 00:21:32,071 --> 00:21:35,607 you want this car to do that? that's the idea.

356 00:21:35,642 --> 00:21:37,576 i look?

357 00:21:37,610 --> 00:21:40,312 you look?

358 00:21:40,346 --> 00:21:42,514 you look like you don't belong here,

359 00:21:42,548 --> 00:21:44,416 and you definitely don't belong under the car.

360 00:21:44,450 --> 00:21:47,019 hydraulics or nitrogen air bags?

361 00:21:49,922 --> 00:21:51,690 hydraulics.

362 00:21:51,724 --> 00:21:54,359 could be fracture in cylinder.

363 00:21:54,394 --> 00:21:56,328 i can help.

364 00:21:56,362 --> 00:21:59,731 maybe i surprise you, yes?

365 00:21:59,766 --> 00:22:02,267 okay, ninja girl.

366 00:22:02,302 --> 00:22:05,137 but if you break my axle, i'm coming after you.

367 00:22:05,171 --> 00:22:06,638 mm-hmm.

368 00:22:12,312 --> 00:22:13,912 thank you.

369 00:22:18,351 --> 00:22:21,820 this is really screwing with my trust issues. you know that?

370 00:22:21,854 --> 00:22:24,289 yeah, you've been through a lot, janis.

371 00:22:24,324 --> 00:22:26,725 i took a bullet, mark. and i'm seriously a suspect?

372 00:22:26,725 --> 00:22:28,960 you have to admit that getting shot and living

373 00:22:28,960 --> 00:22:31,243 makes for a perfect cover. screw you, vogel.

374 00:22:31,513 --> 00:22:32,922 i'm sure there's a reason for this,

375 00:22:32,922 --> 00:22:35,079 but you got a number of unaccounted personal breaks

376 00:22:35,079 --> 00:22:37,709 in the weeks since the blackout—13 in all. so?

377 00:22:38,373 --> 00:22:40,674 in the three previous years at the bureau,

378 00:22:40,709 --> 00:22:46,019 you've taken precisely... two. mark, you know what i saw in my flash-forward.

379 00:22:47,554 --> 00:22:48,347 i've been going to a fertility clinic.

380 00:22:48,382 --> 00:22:51,450 yeah. you only had eight visits. we checked. so what?

381 00:22:51,485 --> 00:22:54,520 so i went out to... go buy some shoes.

382 00:22:54,555 --> 00:22:58,224 come on, mark. where were you?

383 00:22:58,258 --> 00:23:00,426 hmm?

384 00:23:03,764 --> 00:23:06,198 what is it, janis?

385 00:23:06,233 --> 00:23:07,967 ever since the shooting,

386 00:23:08,001 --> 00:23:11,070 i've been looking at everyone differently...

387 00:23:11,104 --> 00:23:12,672 suspicious.

388 00:23:12,706 --> 00:23:14,874 just checking up.

389 00:23:14,908 --> 00:23:19,685 and you found something? does he have to be here for this?

390 00:23:24,016 --> 00:23:27,018 marcie has a brother.

391 00:23:27,053 --> 00:23:28,653 we know about him.

392 00:23:28,688 --> 00:23:30,555 there's another one...

393 00:23:30,590 --> 00:23:34,025 a half brother. he's very sick.

394 00:23:34,060 --> 00:23:36,394 he's dying in Missouri in a full care facility.

395 00:23:36,429 --> 00:23:38,263 it's expensive.

396 00:23:38,297 --> 00:23:40,899 marcie didn't name him in any of her applications.

397 00:23:40,933 --> 00:23:44,235 those absences—i went offite to look into some things.

398 00:23:44,270 --> 00:23:47,572 you never mentioned this before. i was waiting.

399 00:23:47,607 --> 00:23:50,308 for what?

400 00:23:50,343 --> 00:23:52,611 i was waiting to see if she did something.

401 00:23:52,645 --> 00:23:54,746 and marcie's paying for this care?

402 00:23:54,780 --> 00:23:58,483 there was a deposit made to an account for $50,000

403 00:23:58,517 --> 00:24:00,318 three months ago—404 00:24:00,353 --> 00:24:02,187 anonymous.

405 00:24:03,656 --> 00:24:05,724 okay, janis. thanks.

406 00:24:05,758 --> 00:24:08,326 mark, i don't know anything for sure.

407 00:24:08,361 --> 00:24:10,862 i'm just trying to help. you've done the right thing.

408 00:24:10,896 --> 00:24:14,499 it doesn't feel like it.

409 00:24:14,533 --> 00:24:16,434 you trust her?

410 00:24:16,469 --> 00:24:18,370 you know what, vogel?

411 00:24:18,404 --> 00:24:21,072 being around you makes me not trust anyone anymore.

412 00:24:21,107 --> 00:24:22,707 ooh.

413 00:24:35,439 --> 00:24:39,746 (cHARLIE) it's gonna rain. yep, but we're together. we're having a girls' day.

414 00:24:39,781 --> 00:24:41,251 i don't want to have a girls' day.

415 00:24:41,286 --> 00:24:42,527 i want daddy to be here.

416 00:24:43,562 --> 00:24:45,013 daddy wants to be here, too.

417 00:24:45,047 --> 00:24:46,548 then why isn't he?

418 00:24:46,582 --> 00:24:49,718 here's the thing, sweetie.

419 00:24:49,752 --> 00:24:53,688 daddy and i love each other very much.

420 00:24:53,756 --> 00:24:55,423 but most of all, we love you.

421 00:24:55,458 --> 00:24:57,425 and we're always gonna be a family.

422 00:24:57,460 --> 00:24:59,394 that's never gonna change.

423 00:24:59,428 --> 00:25:01,496 i promise.

424 00:25:01,530 --> 00:25:05,814 come on. let's go for a ride. yeah? okay.

425 00:25:05,849 --> 00:25:07,263 let's do it. can i ride the ferris wheel?

426 00:25:07,298 --> 00:25:09,013 you want to go on the ferris wheel? uh-huh.

427 00:25:27,555 --> 00:25:28,889 hey.

428 00:25:28,923 --> 00:25:30,757 so i went through marcie's background.

429 00:25:30,792 --> 00:25:33,527 she did declare her brother in her initial application.

430 00:25:33,561 --> 00:25:36,654 but janis said she didn't. the original vetting records were at a regional field office.

431 00:25:36,654 --> 00:25:38,131 when they were routed to d.c.,

432 00:25:38,131 --> 00:25:39,820 an entirely separate file was created.

433 00:25:39,820 --> 00:25:40,784 it was easy to miss, man.

434 00:25:46,040 --> 00:25:47,240 you okay?

435 00:25:47,275 --> 00:25:49,343 yeah.

436 00:25:49,377 --> 00:25:50,711 no.

437 00:25:50,745 --> 00:25:53,480 no.

438 00:25:58,685 --> 00:26:00,415 i moved out of the house.

439 00:26:01,433 --> 00:26:02,648 yeah.

440 00:26:03,492 --> 00:26:05,960 olivia and me—we're...

441 00:26:05,994 --> 00:26:07,795 i don't know. i-i moved out.

442 00:26:07,829 --> 00:26:09,830 sorry.

443 00:26:09,865 --> 00:26:12,633 is this about what you saw in your flash-forward?

444 00:26:12,668 --> 00:26:13,968 mm-hmm.

445 00:26:14,002 --> 00:26:16,704 partly that, partly what she saw.

446 00:26:16,738 --> 00:26:18,739 is there anything i can do?

447 00:26:18,774 --> 00:26:20,408 no.

448 00:26:20,442 --> 00:26:24,512 but marcie's still a suspect, so keep digging.

449 00:26:24,546 --> 00:26:26,514 all right.

450 00:26:48,770 --> 00:26:51,338 (AUTOMATED MALE VOICE) tell your future.

451 00:26:58,613 --> 00:27:01,248 step up and i...

452 00:27:09,224 --> 00:27:12,159 (AUTOMATED MALE VOICE ECHOING) ...in your future...

453 00:27:15,864 --> 00:27:17,932 can we do that again?

454 00:27:17,966 --> 00:27:21,402 no, my love. let'go. let's go.

455 00:27:21,436 --> 00:27:23,404 okay, let's go. can we go again? can we go again?

456 00:27:23,472 --> 00:27:24,905 no, sweetie.

457 00:27:35,484 --> 00:27:38,285 why are you following us?

458 00:27:38,320 --> 00:27:40,788 because it's my job.

459 00:27:40,822 --> 00:27:43,324 i'm special agent danforth crowley.

460 00:27:43,358 --> 00:27:45,860 your husband assigned me to be your security detail.

461 00:27:45,894 --> 00:27:49,063 your safety is his number one priority.

462 00:27:58,273 --> 00:28:00,107 you don't know much English,

463 00:28:00,142 --> 00:28:02,276 so i know you don't have a work visa.

464 00:28:02,310 --> 00:28:04,211 i can try to get you paid off the books.

465 00:28:04,246 --> 00:28:06,180 that's your first job.

466 00:28:06,214 --> 00:28:08,149 client wants more horsepower,

467 00:28:08,183 --> 00:28:10,117 so we've been trying to remap the e.c.u.

468 00:28:10,152 --> 00:28:12,086 my guys only work on carbureted engines,

469 00:28:12,120 --> 00:28:14,789 so for them it's like... Japanese.

470 00:28:14,823 --> 00:28:17,091 (CHUCKLES) German.

471 00:28:17,125 --> 00:28:21,395 you said you were some big-time engineer back in Japan.

472 00:28:21,429 --> 00:28:23,364 maybe you can figure this out.

473 00:28:23,398 --> 00:28:26,033 yes. it is no problem.

474 00:28:26,067 --> 00:28:28,936 yo, emil. you didn't tell us you were hiring a masseuse.

475 00:28:31,540 --> 00:28:33,741 listen up.

476 00:28:33,775 --> 00:28:36,410 cut the music. i got something to say. (MUSIC STOPS)

477 00:28:36,444 --> 00:28:38,646 this is keiko. (CHUCKLES)

478 00:28:38,680 --> 00:28:40,681 she works here now.

479 00:28:42,450 --> 00:28:44,819 that means she's part of the family.

480 00:28:44,853 --> 00:28:46,854 treat her with respect,

481 00:28:46,888 --> 00:28:49,223 or we're gonna have a problem.

482 00:28:50,959 --> 00:28:52,726 everyone get that?

483 00:28:57,432 --> 00:28:59,567 i'll take that as a yes.

484 00:29:01,570 --> 00:29:03,537 (DRILL WHIRS)

485 00:29:03,572 --> 00:29:05,739 (MUSIC RESUMES PLAYING)

486 00:29:05,774 --> 00:29:09,376 all right. get to work.

487 00:29:11,847 --> 00:29:14,081 hey, it's me.

488 00:29:14,115 --> 00:29:16,917 i just wanted to thank you for that security detail.

489 00:29:16,952 --> 00:29:20,721 it scared the hell out of me, but i guess it helps.

490 00:29:20,755 --> 00:29:22,523 charlie misses you.

491 00:29:22,557 --> 00:29:25,926 um, anyway, i'm at the hospital, so call me if you—492 00:29:25,961 --> 00:29:28,596 olivia?

493 00:29:28,630 --> 00:29:30,631 we need to talk.

494 00:29:33,411 --> 00:29:35,029 i swear i wouldn't bother you

495 00:29:35,029 --> 00:29:36,457 if it wasn't absolutely necessary.

496 00:29:36,457 --> 00:29:41,243 wow, you literally have the world's worst timing. well, yeah. i've heard that before.

497 00:29:41,619 --> 00:29:43,520 what do you want, lloyd?

498 00:29:43,554 --> 00:29:45,355 okay, i need to know

499 00:29:45,389 --> 00:29:46,990 exactly what you saw in your flash-forward.

500 00:29:47,024 --> 00:29:48,959 i wrote a formula on your bedroom mirror,

501 00:29:48,993 --> 00:29:52,362 and i think it relates somehow to the global blackout,

502 00:29:52,396 --> 00:29:54,798 but what i saw was incomplete. did you see it?

503 00:29:54,832 --> 00:29:57,067 yes, i did... part of it.

504 00:30:00,104 --> 00:30:03,039 i have to make a call.

505 00:30:03,074 --> 00:30:05,976 after a while, i got up from the bed.

506 00:30:09,213 --> 00:30:12,716 then i noticed something was written on the mirror.

507 00:30:12,750 --> 00:30:15,485 it was written in lipstick.

508 00:30:15,519 --> 00:30:17,887 most of it was indecipherable,

509 00:30:17,922 --> 00:30:20,991 but i did recognize this.

510 00:30:23,160 --> 00:30:24,661 halothane.

511 00:30:24,695 --> 00:30:27,264 it's an anesthetic.

512 00:30:27,298 --> 00:30:31,234 quantum physics and anesthetics...

513 00:30:31,269 --> 00:30:34,971 that's what mark and i were working on in our flash-forward.

514 00:30:35,006 --> 00:30:37,440 i thought q.e.d. meant quantum electrodynamics.

515 00:30:37,475 --> 00:30:40,777 but we were... building a quantum entanglement device.

516 00:30:42,580 --> 00:30:45,715 good. well, that clears that up.

517 00:30:45,750 --> 00:30:48,685 i have to be getting on with my rounds. uh, yes, right. of course.

518 00:30:48,719 --> 00:30:51,488 listen, i-i don't want you to think i-i'm harassing you.

519 00:30:51,522 --> 00:30:54,958 no, i know. you're just trying to save the world.

520 00:30:54,992 --> 00:30:56,493 good-bye.

521 00:31:00,597 --> 00:31:03,399 (eMIL) so you come here every single night

522 00:31:03,433 --> 00:31:05,401 just in case this guy shows up?

523 00:31:05,435 --> 00:31:07,369 and during the daytime.

524 00:31:08,605 --> 00:31:10,706 i know.

525 00:31:10,740 --> 00:31:11,974 i know.

526 00:31:12,008 --> 00:31:14,677 but it's the only way i can find him.

527 00:31:14,711 --> 00:31:17,513 all right. i respect that.

528 00:31:17,580 --> 00:31:20,449 you saw your fate, and now you're doing your thing.

529 00:31:20,483 --> 00:31:22,918 when i saw my future,

530 00:31:22,952 --> 00:31:26,121 it was the best day of my life.

531 00:31:26,156 --> 00:31:28,090 it was the first day

532 00:31:28,124 --> 00:31:31,460 i let myself want what was in my heart.

533 00:31:31,494 --> 00:31:35,097 so like you say, i am doing my thing.

534 00:31:39,536 --> 00:31:43,072 can i ask, what did you see?

535 00:31:43,106 --> 00:31:45,774 something different than you.

536 00:31:48,178 --> 00:31:50,713 let's leave it at that.

537 00:31:51,915 --> 00:31:55,217 (CHUCKLES) you are kind to give me a job.

538 00:32:00,323 --> 00:32:02,825 we're lucky to have you.

539 00:32:02,859 --> 00:32:04,760 thank you, emil.

540 00:32:06,129 --> 00:32:08,897 you ever tried sea urchin?

541 00:32:08,932 --> 00:32:10,466 no. is it good?

542 00:32:10,500 --> 00:32:13,235 it's like eating somebody's thyroid.

543 00:32:14,871 --> 00:32:16,465 ah. well, i'm sure keiko loves it.

544 00:32:16,584 --> 00:32:19,089 and if she's the woman you were in love with in your vision,

545 00:32:19,089 --> 00:32:20,374 you have to eat it with her.

546 00:32:20,374 --> 00:32:21,839 wait. this—this could be a problem.

547 00:32:21,839 --> 00:32:23,842 what if sushi's her favorite food,

548 00:32:23,842 --> 00:32:25,481 and that's all she ever wants to eat?

549 00:32:26,526 --> 00:32:29,249 okay. suddenly she's a mogwai. you're being ridiculous.

550 00:32:29,809 --> 00:32:30,609 a-a what?

551 00:32:31,322 --> 00:32:33,690 never mind. wa. what—what's a mogwai?

552 00:32:33,725 --> 00:32:35,726 i'm not explaining it to you.

553 00:32:35,760 --> 00:32:38,462 justify your metaphor, young lady.

554 00:32:38,496 --> 00:32:42,483 (SIGHS) god. um, mogwai—555 00:32:42,518 --> 00:32:43,968 you know, gizmo—the little furry creatures

556 00:32:44,003 --> 00:32:45,979 that turn into gremlins if you don't feed 'em right. oh.

557 00:32:46,014 --> 00:32:48,884 they had dietary restrictions. it's--forget it. wow.

558 00:32:48,919 --> 00:32:50,982 i know. it's a very nerdy metaphor.

559 00:32:51,017 --> 00:32:54,403 just shut up and read the menu. okay.

560 00:32:54,438 --> 00:32:55,643 i don't know.

561 00:32:55,678 --> 00:32:59,986 i'm just not feeling sushi tonight. well, i am.

562 00:33:00,021 --> 00:33:03,048 okay. i guess i can have teriyaki.

563 00:33:03,083 --> 00:33:04,828 you're kind of a spoiled brat.

564 00:33:04,863 --> 00:33:08,678 i never noticed that about you before. how dare you? i have cancer.

565 00:33:08,713 --> 00:33:11,263 all right. what do you want to do?

566 00:33:17,433 --> 00:33:19,534 bryce.

567 00:33:19,568 --> 00:33:22,370 i'm sorry. um...

568 00:33:22,405 --> 00:33:24,339 i don't know why—why i just did that.

569 00:33:24,373 --> 00:33:26,474 i-i know why i did that, but...

570 00:33:26,509 --> 00:33:29,044 it's--you're thinking about another woman.

571 00:33:29,078 --> 00:33:32,814 you know, you can't just kiss me...

572 00:33:32,848 --> 00:33:35,183 in little tokyo, no less.

573 00:33:35,217 --> 00:33:37,652 yeah, i know. i'm, um, sorry.

574 00:33:37,687 --> 00:33:40,855 it's just...

575 00:33:40,890 --> 00:33:42,590 you're great.

576 00:33:42,625 --> 00:33:44,626 honest mistake.

577 00:33:44,660 --> 00:33:46,488 hey, just buy me a burger, and we'll call it even.

578 00:33:46,488 --> 00:33:47,480 deal.

579 00:34:01,195 --> 00:34:03,262 good morning, keiko. morning.

580 00:34:03,297 --> 00:34:05,431 too much sake?

581 00:34:05,465 --> 00:34:08,701 mm. next time we have tequila.

582 00:34:08,735 --> 00:34:10,736 mm. how's it going?

583 00:34:10,771 --> 00:34:13,873 mm. this car will go very fast.

584 00:34:13,907 --> 00:34:16,309 you know, we just need a little more horsepower.

585 00:34:16,343 --> 00:34:18,778 we're not trying to launch it into space, you know?

586 00:34:18,812 --> 00:34:21,347 (MAN) immigration! (MAN) i.c.e. nobody move!

587 00:34:21,381 --> 00:34:23,416 hands behind your heads! just do what i do.

588 00:34:23,450 --> 00:34:25,651 hands behind your head!

589 00:34:28,655 --> 00:34:31,023 (MAN) move it! put your hands up now!

590 00:34:31,058 --> 00:34:33,426 now! do it now! don't move!

591 00:34:37,097 --> 00:34:39,565 you emil gutierrez? you're under arrest

592 00:34:39,600 --> 00:34:42,001 for employment of undocumented workers.

593 00:34:42,035 --> 00:34:43,803 what's your name?

594 00:34:43,837 --> 00:34:46,138 keiko.

595 00:34:46,173 --> 00:34:47,640 do you have an i-9?

596 00:34:47,674 --> 00:34:49,508 i-9?

597 00:34:49,543 --> 00:34:52,078 surprise, surprise.

598 00:34:52,112 --> 00:34:55,348 (MAN) all right. load 'em into the van. let's go.

599 00:35:13,767 --> 00:35:16,869 (SIRENS WHOOPING AND WAILING)

600 00:35:21,141 --> 00:35:23,476 (BEEP) hey, it's me.

601 00:35:23,510 --> 00:35:27,246 listen, i-i had a-a great time last night...

602 00:35:27,281 --> 00:35:30,049 uh, and i'm--i'm sorry about kissing you.

603 00:35:32,886 --> 00:35:36,422 you know, actually, i'm--i'm... i'm not.

604 00:35:36,456 --> 00:35:38,624 i'm glad. so... (SIRENS WAILING IN DISTANCE)

605 00:35:38,659 --> 00:35:41,193 okay, well,

606 00:35:41,228 --> 00:35:43,362 anyway..uh, bye.

607 00:35:54,041 --> 00:35:57,510 they've been in there 36 hours. got anything?

608 00:35:57,544 --> 00:35:59,912 all of marcie's background has been gone through

609 00:35:59,947 --> 00:36:02,248 by vogel's people already—financials, phone records,

610 00:36:02,282 --> 00:36:04,550 background checks up the wazoo.

611 00:36:04,584 --> 00:36:07,086 i'm doing surveillance tagging right now. (TYPING)

612 00:36:07,120 --> 00:36:09,488 this surveillance tech is good.

613 00:36:14,861 --> 00:36:18,464 wait. go back. go back there.

614 00:36:21,501 --> 00:36:23,736 how many times does she have coffee?

615 00:36:23,770 --> 00:36:26,906 she has coffee most of the time. why?

616 00:36:31,545 --> 00:36:34,146 she doesn't use sugar.

617 00:36:37,751 --> 00:36:39,785 okay. give me time stamps

618 00:36:39,820 --> 00:36:42,388 for every time she put sugar in her coffee.

619 00:36:45,258 --> 00:36:47,493 each of these time stamps corresponds to a day

620 00:36:47,527 --> 00:36:50,329 a key piece of information was leaked.

621 00:36:56,303 --> 00:36:57,970 look at that.

622 00:36:59,973 --> 00:37:02,908 no one knew about the pigeon, Utah, trip...

623 00:37:03,877 --> 00:37:05,211 (WHISPERS) crap!

624 00:37:08,548 --> 00:37:10,383 or the Somali intel

625 00:37:10,417 --> 00:37:13,386 that triggered the attack in Washington.

626 00:37:18,959 --> 00:37:21,227 every time she put sugar in her coffee,

627 00:37:21,261 --> 00:37:23,429 she was signaling her handlers.

628 00:37:38,612 --> 00:37:41,714 marcie, what are you doing? (SHELL CLATTERS)

629 00:37:42,816 --> 00:37:44,450 (MAN) down! everybody down!

630 00:37:44,484 --> 00:37:46,886 down, down, down! get down!

631 00:37:55,762 --> 00:37:57,797 (MAN) go! cut her off at the stairs!

632 00:37:57,831 --> 00:37:59,498 go, go, go!

633 00:38:14,181 --> 00:38:16,115 down, down, down!

634 00:38:17,617 --> 00:38:18,584 down! down!

635 00:38:39,973 --> 00:38:41,607 aah!

636 00:38:48,815 --> 00:38:50,316 aah!

637 00:38:50,350 --> 00:38:52,351 hold fire, hold fire. (SIREN WAILING IN DISTANCE)

638 00:39:05,265 --> 00:39:06,599 marcie.

639 00:39:08,602 --> 00:39:11,637 (PANTING) get her out of here.

640 00:39:11,671 --> 00:39:14,507 it looks like you were right, janis.

641 00:39:14,541 --> 00:39:17,810 i wish i wasn't.

642 00:39:29,422 --> 00:39:30,990 huh.

643 00:39:31,024 --> 00:39:33,159 you could have let me in on it.

644 00:39:33,193 --> 00:39:35,127 i couldn't say anything. orders.

645 00:39:35,162 --> 00:39:36,629 you told demetri.

646 00:39:36,663 --> 00:39:39,899 it was discretionary. i needed people in that room.

647 00:39:39,933 --> 00:39:41,934 so i was manipulated for the greater good.

648 00:39:41,968 --> 00:39:44,537 queen sacrifice—frost's play.

649 00:39:44,571 --> 00:39:46,438 how'd you know about that?

650 00:39:46,473 --> 00:39:49,608 we all have our ways, mark. (CELL PHONE RINGS)

651 00:39:49,643 --> 00:39:51,443 (RING)

652 00:39:51,478 --> 00:39:53,879 (BEEP) benford.

653 00:39:53,914 --> 00:39:57,049 aGENT bENFORD. dYSON fROST. dON'T SPEAK. jUST LISTEN.

654 00:39:57,083 --> 00:40:00,519 i HAVEN'T COME FORWARD SINCE ALL YOUR LEADS END UP DEAD.

655 00:40:00,554 --> 00:40:03,022 BUT NOW THAT YOUR MOLE PROBLEM HAS BEEN FIXED,

656 00:40:03,056 --> 00:40:05,824 i LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU. i'LL BE IN TOUCH.

657 00:40:12,832 --> 00:40:15,734 you were quite the hero today.

658 00:40:15,769 --> 00:40:20,139 i like a woman who knows how to handle a firearm.

659 00:40:20,173 --> 00:40:23,609 fancy a drink?

660 00:40:23,643 --> 00:40:25,611 i'm not really your type.

661 00:40:25,645 --> 00:40:30,115 i think you'd be surprised to learn exactly what my type is.

662 00:40:31,918 --> 00:40:35,354 i reviewed your uncle teddy's autopsy x-rays.

663 00:40:35,388 --> 00:40:38,557 the c.p.r. you gave him was quite aggressive.

664 00:40:38,592 --> 00:40:41,126 could have even been the cause of his death.

665 00:40:41,161 --> 00:40:44,430 yeah, i, uh, can be quite a tiger.

666 00:40:46,299 --> 00:40:48,634 you murdered him to send a message.

667 00:40:50,837 --> 00:40:53,973 message received.

668 00:40:54,040 --> 00:40:58,611 i should have known.

669 00:40:58,678 --> 00:41:01,447 a double plan.

670 00:41:01,481 --> 00:41:06,018 two moles, in case one is caught.

671 00:41:06,052 --> 00:41:08,220 brilliant.

672 00:41:08,255 --> 00:41:12,224 and not one person in the office would suspect it's you.

673 00:41:12,259 --> 00:41:14,126 not one.

674 00:41:16,029 --> 00:41:18,864 well, that would be the point, now wouldn't it?

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