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When asked, he quoted that he and the cow had been friends for years.

No.The cow?

Yes.

Neal never does with me.

No, I know.

Morning.

Morning.

You sleep okay?

Oh, I could get used to this.

I could get used to this •Č‚É‚Č‚č‚ť‚¤

You're in my chair.

Oh, I didn't see your name on it.

You guys playing scrabble?

Scrabble ”Տă‚ɃAƒ‹ƒtƒ@ƒxƒbƒg‚Ě‹î‚đ•Ŕ‚ׁA’PŒę‚đě‚Á‚Ä“ž“_‚đ‹Ł‚¤ƒQ[ƒ€

Sort of.

Sort of ‚Ü‚ Œž‚Á‚Ä‚Ý‚ę‚΁`‚Ý‚˝‚˘‚Č

Trying to figure out what this means.

Really?

I've seen a code once or twice in my life.

We were playing with shift ciphers.

cipher ˆĂ†

Yeah.

Glad you're having fun.

oh.

We should get him a banana or something.

I think so, yes.

This is the actual list, isn't it?

You stole from evidence.

Borrowed, okay?

I made a copy for you guys.

Doesn't matter - I tried keywords, anagrams, Charlemagne's cipher, rohan's -- everything.

Aldis gray.

You spelled his name wrong.

"Aldys" is spelled with a "y".

What?

It's a shift code hidden in an anagram.

All right, there are five items on the list.

Shift the alphabet forward by five letters.

"a" becomes "e," "b" becomes "f".

Reassemble...

"check pew v" becomes "aldys gray".

It's a list of names.

A hit list?

The dead guy's fourth down.

Let's find out who's next.

Morning.

Cryptanalyst called.

Shift code hidden in an anagram?

She called you, too?

No, but I need you to pull these names a....

Nice.

Hey, peter.

How was the hotel last night?

Fine. Loud. Bed's a bed. You know.

Don't say anything.

Peter stayed at my place.

He couldn't handle the motel.

I can handle the motel.

I just prefer tormenting you.

torment ”Y‚Ü‚ˇ

Mm-hmm.

Jones, do me a favor.

I want you to run prints on this, See if we can find out who they belong to.

Keep it quiet?

Yeah.

So, the first two guys on the cracked-code list are Earl Bauen, an oil guy from texas, And John Elga from L.A. They both shut up real quick when I sent over Pierce's picture, Swore they had never laid eyes on her.

lay eyes on `‚đŒŠ‚é

They're married?

Yep.

Third guy is Ben Thalen.

He's a real-estate titan from New Jersey.

titan ‹‘ĺ‚Č

Two months ago, He claims he was shot during a hunting accident.

With a c-cam 32 ACP.

That's a good hunting weapon.

I'm guessing he never met Pierce, either.

Right.

Speaking of Pierce, We found a set of fingerprints that we think are hers.

We highlighted the areas where she touched.

She's searching for something.

Her prints are all over the drawers and around the paintings maybe looking for a safe.

You think she's robbing them?

Then why didn't she take his wallet or any of the valuables in plain sight?

in plain sight ŠŰŒŠ‚Ś‚Ĺ

This list is precise.

precise Ú×‚Č

She's looking for something specific.

Yeah, she's smart -- Appeals to their greatest weakness to get in the door, then takes what she needs.

But why shoot Thalen and kill Gray?

Pierce had bruises on her back, right?

Mm-hmm.

She couldn't have done that to herself.

What? You think Gray walked in mid-theft?

Yeah.

Preliminary tox screens on Gray reveal a mild barbiturate in his system.

Preliminary ’Ę—á reveal –\˜I‚ˇ‚é barbiturate ƒoƒ‹ƒrƒc[ƒ‹Ž_‰–

She probably drugged him and then went looking for what she's after.

And he woke up.

They struggled.

She pulled a gun.

She's not afraid to kill if she has to.

Who's next on the list?

Last one's a local.

Fifth and last and single. Daniel Picah.

He's a trust-fund baby.

Family left him a mess of money.

Wonder what he has that's so appealing?

appealing –Ł—Í“I‚Č

Whatever it is could get him killed.

Is he talking?

Yeah, you could say that.

We should talk to June about getting an elevator.

Didn't think you were staying that long.

Hey.

Fbi guys.

How's it going?

I'm agent Peter Burke.

This is Neal Caffrey.

Not "agent Neal Caffrey"?

Consultant.

Oh, what do you consult on?

Frauds, forgeries, cons.

Awesome hat trick.

Can you teach me that?

You like that statue?

Don't worry. It's real.

He uses a Boaz Vaadia bust as a hat rack. You know how much this bust is worth?

I paid $450,000 for that.

I can't be here.

Mr.Picah.

Hey, we're friends.

Call me dan.

Okay, dan.

Have you, uh...been in contact with any beautiful women recently?

Sure.

It's New York.

I'm dating all the time.

Why?

What's going on?

Well, have you been in touch with her?

No, but she's pretty.

Should I be in touch with her?

We think she might be after something you own, Something...rare.

Awesome.

I got tons of stuff.

What do you think she wants?

We were hoping you could tell us.

Maybe it's my sword.

It's a go yoshihiro.

Japanese, 13th century.

Cost me $220,000, if you can believe that.

But I love history.

Do you like history?

Silent type.

I get it.

You ever pull your weapon?

You...Shoot anybody?

Shoot?

I've come close a few times.

Hey.

We got to move this along.

Are you not standing in the same space I am?

Peter, it could be anything.

All of this is valuable and completely incoherent.

incoherent ‚Ü‚Ć‚Ü‚č‚Ě‚Č‚˘

You guys want to see the rest of the place?

No, I really don't.

We have to.

Let's go, Moriarty.

Yeah, that'd be great.

Awesome.

I got four floors.

Let's start at the top.

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