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Go! Go! Go! Follow Jones!

You okay?

We're fine.

Arrest them. Arrest them.

We have to keep their cover.

cover ‰B‚ˇ ‚˛‚Ü‚Š‚ˇ

Handcuff them. Read them their rights, everything.

handcuff Žčů‚đ‚Š‚Ż‚é

You two are on the north end, opposite side of Jones! Go! Where are they?

opposite ”˝‘΂Ě

They disappeared between the buildings.

disappeare ŒŠ‚Ś‚Č‚­‚Č‚é

Anyone have eyes?

Negative.

All we got is this.

What?

Ah, they switched clothes.

Damn it!

Are things always this interesting when you're around?

Come on. You're under arrest.

So, how upset were they that you lost the 100 grand?

"Upset" is a bit of an understatement.

understatement T‚Ś‚ß‚Č•\Œť

It started an administrative inquiry. Everything will be fine if I recover it...When I recover it.

administrative s­ă‚Ě ŠÇ—ă‚Ě inquiry R–â ’˛¸

Well, the good news is Neal didn't take it.

Yeah. This is progress.

progress i•ŕ

Do you think he actually had anything to do with it?

No, but the thing about Neal... Nothing is ever what it seems. The guy's a contradiction.

contradiction –ľ‚

He's obsessed about Kate, But you should have seen him flirting with this girl at the takedown.

obsess about `‚ɐS‚đ’D‚í‚ę‚Ä‚˘‚é flirting —U˜f‚ˇ‚é ‚˘‚ż‚á‚‚­

Well, honey, that's who Neal is.

That's never gonna change.

That's what I love about you so much.

What, that I lost all ability to flirt when we got married?

Honey, it was even questionable then.

questionable ‹^‚í‚ľ‚˘

Who's the new girl?

Taryn Vandersant.

Don't know her.

She's a buyer at the Lambert gallery.

She's beautiful, seems nice.

Well, if Neal's interested, you should encourage it.

Encourage it? Oh, I need that like a hole in the head.

need ` like a hole in the head â‘΂Ɂ`‚˘‚ç‚Č‚˘

Honey, if he would fall for the new girl, he might actually stop chasing Kate. Love you.

Love you.

You and Taryn were getting along pretty good yesterday.

get along ’‡—Ç‚­‚ˇ‚é

She's not my type. What?

Not your... Why isn't she your type?

She loves art. She looks like Lara Croft in khakis.

khakis ƒJ[ƒLF‚ĚŒR•ž

Really? Does she bake cookies for orphans, too?

orphans ŒÇŽ™

She does.

I get it.

Meet a nice girl, maybe settle down.

Simplify my life, probably save yours.

Simplify ’Pƒ‰ť‚ˇ‚é

You're lying about the cookies.

Prove it.

Who's that?

Curator from the Channing Museum.

curator ŠŮ’ˇ

What?

Why...Why is he here?

The Haustenberg.

He says it belongs to them. Lose the hat.

How come the Channing didn't report it missing?

We did report it, when it was stolen in 1967.

I have a question. The painting was stolen in '67, but it's not listed on the art-loss registry.

The registry was established in 1990.

'91, actually.

You could have re-filed the claim.

I'm sorry. You are who?

Neal Caffrey. He's one of our art consultants.

Caffrey. Not familiar with that name.

It's probably for the best.

You're an expert on Haustenberg?

All the late European postimpressionists.

late I‚í‚荠‚Ě

I authenticated "young girl with locket" myself when it first entered our collection.

I'll agree it's an excellent work, a bit sentimental for my taste, but the Matisse influence is apparent.

influence ‰e‹ż‚đ“–‚Ä‚é apparent –ž”’‚Č

Oh, well, considering Matisse was a Fauvist, I wouldn't agree with that at all. Unless you're talking about his early work, which I don't think you are, and if you are, you're just wrong.

fauvist –ěb”h

We have reason to believe that this was taken in a residential robbery.

What happened to the painting when it was taken from my museum is not my concern.

Now, if someone elected to buy stolen property. I believe that is a crime.

elect Œˆ‚ß‚é ‘I‚Ô stolen property “•i

Do you know how the Haustenberg came into your grandmother's possession?

possession ŕŽY ŠŽ•i

She brought it with her from Hungary When she came to this country after the war.

Why?

Agent Burke, got a question for you.

Yeah. Excuse me.

Play nice, kids.

play nice ’‡—Ç‚­—V‚Ô

What's going on?

You're not a very good liar. Your grandmother stole the painting.

Why would you say that?

She never had it insured. That was my first clue.

Is this like a good-cop, bad-cop thing?

He takes a call. You wink at me.

If we get the painting, it's going back to the Channing, Unless you give us a good reason to keep it away from them.

All right.

Tell me a story. How did she take it?

Just... hypothetically.

hypothetically ‰ź’č

Hypothetically?

A little black dress, a laced bottle of whiskey, and a horny Irish security guard.

lace ƒŒ[ƒX‚ŏü‚é horny —~î‚ľ‚˝

Why'd she do it?

That's the locket. Your grandmother's the little girl in the painting.

How's it going in there?

Oh, it's... it's fine.

Any luck on Dorsett?

No. Assuming you just walked with 100 grand in cash and the painting, what do you do?

Go to ground till things cool off.

Where do you go?

Dorsett said something about having a girlfriend.

Brigitte.

Yeah. How many Brigittes came in from France last night?

Accounting for middle names and spelling variations, a lot more than I thought.

account for `‚Š‚琏‚é

Well, we can discount connecting flights.

And women over 50.

Tell me I'm wrong.

Well, that leaves seven.

All right. So, let's pull in some teams, and everybody take a Brigitte.

We'll... we'll take the girl staying at the Gansevoort. That's where I'd stay.

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