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You know you have absolutely no impulse control.

Hand me the Naples yellow.

Haustenberg's brushwork is much more fluid.

fluid ŠŠ‚ç‚Š

You're being choppy.

choppy ‘e‚˘

Nah.

My brushwork's fine.

This could trick the occasional tourist, but this guy at the channing will not be fooled.

occasional ‚˝‚Ü‚Ě fool ‚ž‚Ü‚ˇ/p>

I'm sure he won't.

This pigment needs to be aged.

pigment F‘f/p>

I'll go preheat the oven.

preheat —\”M‚ˇ‚é/p>

It's 125.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

I know how to age a painting.

How tenuous is my probation?

It's pretty thin.

We need this one.

It's simple, right?

Yeah, so don't make it complicated.

Take Dorsett down quickly.

If I get him, you trust me again?

Yeah, comrade.

You still gonna verify?

Oh, yeah.

Here we go.

I'm surprised you had the guts to come yourself.

guts Š´Ť/p>

It's not bravery.

bravery —E‹C/p>

I simply don't trust Joshua with a million-dollar painting.

Is it hard to live like that, not trusting the people closest to you?

I suppose, but I'll take the money.

You won.

Yes, but it was a good game.

FBI!

You're under arrest!

Hands where I can see them!

Give me the painting!

Haustenberg was her father.

Yes.

She was his illegitimate daughter, but he had a family then in Hungary.

illegitimate ”ń’„oŽq

It was before the war.

How did the painting end up at the channing?

He willed the painting to my grandmother, but when he died, the museum chose to ignore his will.

Who cares about the illegitimate daughter of a famous artist?

It's not theft when rich men do it.

How do you know that the channing won't try to take it back again?

Because if they do, the curator will have to explain why the museum went against Haustenberg's wishes, and...

I don't think he wants that.

Neal, what have you done?

Problem?

No, no.

Just, uh, overcome with the, uh...

overcome Ž•ž‚ˇ‚é

I'm thrilled to have the original Haustenberg back where it belongs.

Forbidden romantic meetings are kind of a personal thing, Moz.

forbid ‹Ö‚ś‚é

Yeah, like I was gonna let you come alone.

What if the guy with the ring planted that note?

He didn't.

You'll be happy I came when a red laser dot suddenly appears on your forehead.

forehead Šz

Enough with the hero talk, Haversham

Kate left the note.

Okay.

Maybe she wrote it three days ago or maybe three months ago.

She'll be here.

Well, it is Friday, and it was noon, so where is she?

Kate?

Neal?

Kate, where are you?

I don't have a lot of time.

You're here.

Neal, are you still there?

Neal.

Hi.

Hi.

Stay there.

I'm coming...

No, Neal.

Neal, he's close.

The man with the ring?

Yes.

I don't care.

Listen, I need you to tell me where you hid everything.

What?

The money, the bonds, the art...all of it.

Why?

He wants something...Something you took, something you hid.

I hid a lot of things.

Well, then, give him everything.

If he gets what he wants, he'll let me come back to you.

Who is he?

I can't tell you.

It's too dangerous for you.

Dangerous?

Why?

Kate, just tell me.

I can protect you.

This is the only way you can help me.

You always told me I had to trust you.

Well, now you have to trust me.

I want to come home.

Please just tell me where you hid everything.

No.

I want to come home.

It's the only leverage I got.

leverage ‰e‹ż—Í

Just stay there, okay?

I'm coming up.

Neal!

Neal!

Kate?

Mozzie, tell Neal I love him.

Tell him it's the only way.

Kate!

Kate!

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