Hey. Want a beer?
Oh, we don't have any beer.
Oh, I got some. I got us a whole case.
Yeah, this is a nice couch, so...
Yeah. It's comfy.
Look, I'm reading. I'm doing some research.
Yeah, so am I -- I'm reading and researching and listening.
what are you - what are you doing? I -- no. no. When -- when I'm in my home, I listen to the game, and I look at my case files.
Too bad we're not in your home.
Well, yeah. The power's still off, so we'll have to hear it.
All right, I'm going downstairs.
I'm going downstairs. I can't think. It's too loud. It's like...
The music box.
Peter! Go back to the house.
I told you -- the power's out. I can't go
No, no, Christopher Gray's house.
The FBI interrupted Pierce's search.
She wasn't expecting that.
So whatever she was looking for is still there.
Maybe we can figure out what Gray and Dan have in common If we go back.
It's the FBI guys. Hey, welcome back.
Uh, Dan, we need your help with something.
Mind coming with us?
Awesome. Of course.
Let me get my hat.
So, this is a crime scene?
That was where the body was.
Don't touch anything, right? I won't. Just, uh...Survey the scene.
Dan, look in every room. It could be anything you have.
Yeah, I'll let you know, Pete.
Hey, Neal, maybe you can teach me that hat trick sometime?
Yeah. Yeah, maybe.
He wants to learn your hat trick. That's adorable.
Well, it's adorable. It's adorable.
So, what happens if I don't find it?
Go keep an eye on him.
Where are we going next?
He's stalling 'cause he wants to hang out with you.
No, He's stalling 'cause he wants to hang out with you.
No, he saw your...
Is that fingerprint dust? Neal, did you see this?
Okay. Yeah, let's go check another room.
Okay, you're hanging out with him.
No, you're hanging out with him.
This is your job, Peter.
There is nothing about my job...
I'm not gonna Rock-paper-scissors.
This is it.
Did I do good?
You did great.
Peter, you know what this is?
It's one of the emperor's five elephants.
In 1421, ambassadors from all over the world came to china to celebrate the inauguration of the forbidden city.
inauguration 落成 forbidden city 紫禁城
Upon leaving, the chinese emperor, zhu di, gifted them each with a treasure.
They were subsequently stolen and reappeared in the United States in 1901.
They were broken up and sold individually.
This is imperial jade, So each statue on its own is relatively valuable.
imperial 皇帝の jade ヒスイ relatively 相対的に
How much did you pay for yours, Dan?
$800,000, if you can believe it.
Combine one with the other, You just doubled your price.
Link them all together, And they're worth between $150 and $200 million fenced on the black market.
Or to us, a priceless piece of our history.
Agents and Neal -- This is Daichi Yoshida of the japanese embassy.
Ah, arigato gozaimasu.
You are the ambassador of awesome.
Don't encourage him.
Don't encourage けしかけないで
We are not interested in the monetary value of the statues.
We'd like to bring them home.
The japanese government has filed a claim stating the statues were stolen from them and illegally imported to the U.S.
file a claim 正式に苦情を訴える state 宣言する
We're cooperating in the efforts to restitute them to their proper ownership.
restitute 返還する proper 正式の
And we thank you, Mr.Picah, for turning over your piece.
See, I did good?
You did good, Dan.
We can finish this discussion in my office.
It's very important we recover the missing pieces of the set, Peter.
We don't want an international incident on our hands.
We can't recover any of these pieces until we find out where Pierce is.
What if we know who her next target is?