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What is this?

A challenge.

Okay, where'd you get it?

Keller.

He wants a face-off.

face-off ŽŽ‡ÄŠJ ‘ÎŒˆ

He gave me the first piece to forge my own Franklin bottle.

Awfully sporting of him.

sporting of ƒXƒ|[ƒcƒ}ƒ“‚ç‚ľ‚­‚Ä

Well, not exactly. Gave himself a big head start.

have a big head start ”ńí‚É—L—˜‚ČƒXƒ^[ƒg‚đŘ‚é

Why do I get the feeling this isn't about the bottle?

Moz. It's about Kate.

It always was between you and Keller.

Like he ever had a chance.

It doesn't matter what it was about.

Keller killed a man.

Oh, sure, sure.

Now you're the noble warrior.

noble ‹C‚‚˘

Okay, what's the plan?

I'm gonna beat him.

He gave me the bottle.

Now we need to fill it, cork it, seal it, and label it.

You like scavenger hunts?

scavenger ‚˛‚Ý‚ ‚ł‚č‚đ‚ˇ‚él scavenger hunts —‘’T‚ľƒQ[ƒ€

I've been known to uncover an easter egg or two in my time.

in my time ‘SˇŠú@Žá‚˘‚ą‚ë

What's on the list?

You saw Keller.

I did.

Damn it, Neal, we could've done this right. I could've taken him down.

On what, exactly? He's completely clean. That's how he works.

Doesn't take away the fact that you should've cleared it with me first.

You're right.

I should've.

You should've.

Weatherby's received Keller's bottle this morning.

Wow. It's good.

Yeah. It's also our only piece of evidence linking Keller to Campos's murder, and it's locked in a vault.

Might as well be at the bottom of the atlantic ocean, Considering how circumstantial all of this is.

might as well `‚ˇ‚é‚悤‚Č‚ŕ‚Ě‚ž

I'm assuming a takeout menu won't fly this time?

Nope.

Unless we can convince them it's a fake.

That Cattigan guy won't stop the auction just because we claim it's a fake. and we need proof that it is.

We can submit a Franklin bottle of our own.

There's only one bottle in existence, right?

If I turn in a fake that's just as good as Keller's, They'll have to test them both.

What kind of test?

Standard stuff - carbon-date the cork, Run a molecular test on the wax, spectroscopic refraction on the glass.

molecular •ŞŽq‚Ě spectroscopic •ŞŒőŠí‚Ě

Stuff they got from the museum heist.

Right.

His bottle will pass those, and so will mine.

That'll force the auction house to run a cesium test.

They don't like to run them because they're so expensive, But it's a way to determine the age Of the wine inside the bottle without opening it.

Cesium 137 doesn't exist in nature.

After they detonated the first atomic bomb, it spread around the world.

detonate ”š”­‚ˇ‚é

Anything that was bottled before 1945

Like the real Franklin bottle.

Right. Is cesium free. If Keller's bottle has it, it's a fake.

Why can't I just get some 100-year-old wine and fill it up?

There's the rub.

rub ˘“ď

They'd know you just added it Because the oxygen content would be too high, and that's why it can't be forged.

And you think you can beat this cesium test?

No. Nobody can. It's impossible. And that's the beauty of it.

You force the test. You both fail. It proves that Keller's bottle's a counterfeit. We got him on fraud.

It's not murder, but it's a start.

How you gonna put the bottle together?

Already got a man on it.

How's it coming?

Aah!

Moz. Overreact much?

What are you gonna do with tweezers?

tweezers ƒsƒ“ƒZƒbƒg

The shinobi ninja can fashion a weapon out of anything.

fashion `‚đ‚Č‚ś‚Ü‚š‚é

You're not a ninja.

That's exactly what I want you to believe.

How's the bottle coming?

Oh, I, uh, paid off a guard at that maritime exhibit for French cork made before the industrial revolution.

pay off ”ƒŽű‚ˇ‚é maritime ŠC‰^‚Ě

We got our newspaper. Let's see, New York Gazette from 1785.

They use it for insulation in the walls at the Colonial Ale House.

insulation –h‰š colonial A–Ż’n‚Ě

That's perfect.

There's only one egg missing from our basket.

Wax.

Preferably 18th-century beeswax from the Chateau Du Munn vineyard.

Preferably ‚Ĺ‚Ť‚ę‚Î vineyard ƒuƒhƒE‰€

Grace, Keller's broker, has a few Chateau Du Munn in her vault.

How much wax do we need?

Not much.

I can make it work with just a few shavings.

How's the security there?

Good.

Keypad with a rotating code, Biometric scanner plate

Oh, so you can just

with pulse monitor.

Ohh.

That makes it trickier. So, how do you get in?

Have her open the door.

For you?

No.

For my client. Carlton Leed.

Who's that?

No.

That's your favorite word, isn't it?

It's a classic. Nope, never, forget about it.What makes you think I would break into any place with you and steal anything?

No, we are not breaking in.

You'll be shown around. And we're not stealing anything... Of value.

All I need are some wax shavings.

It's like taking a lock of hair from the floor of a barbershop.

lock of hair ”Ż‚Ě–[

Theft is theft.

I'm a C.I. not an agent.

I don't have the same restrictions.

We can call this one a gray area.

Nada.

Come on. You can get all dressed up, hobnob with pretty people, drink a fine glass of port.

hobnob e‚ľ‚­˜b‚đ‚ˇ‚é

From everything you know about me, What makes you think I'd enjoy any of what you just said?

Because this is about catching a killer.

A wax shaving for a murderer.

This won't affect the value of anything in Grace's collection?

affect `‚ɉe‹ż‚đ—^‚Ś‚é

Nope. No. Nada.

And for the record, I hate port. It's syrupy.

There will be other options.

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