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Hey.

Find anything on judge clark?

As your legal counsel, I advise you to peruse the following exhibits.

counsel •ŮŒěŽm peruse Ú×‚É’˛‚ׂé exhibit Ř‹’

Court orders, search warrants.

Court orders Ů”ťŠ–˝—ß

This is everything Fowler used When he arrested me for the diamond heist.

Check out the fine print.

fine print ‚˝‚ž‚ľ‘‚ŤA×‘ĽA—áŠO‹K’č

She was Fowler's go-to judge while he was investigating you.

go-to —Š‚č‚É‚Č‚é

What's her name doing on search warrants?

Peter and I are working a mortgage-fraud scam.

Warrants which, If they'd been reviewed by an impartial judge, May have been thrown out.

impartial Œö•˝‚Č throw out ‹p‰ş‚ˇ‚é

So Fowler's got a judge in his pocket.

That's handy.

That's handy ‚ť‚ę‚Í•Ö—˜‚ž‚Ë

Peter's gonna love this.

Have I taught you nothing?

Fowler's got kate.

If his pet judge is dirty, I can use it against him.

Right.

You tell the suit, he files a report, And Fowler sees you coming.

Secrets are safer. And when you say Fowler's got Kate...

He does.

What does the suit think?

Your keeper and I actually agree on something.

What if she's working with Fowler?

Look, I need to talk to her.

Then I'll know.

Do you trust your FBI buddy?

Yeah, I trust him... until I can't.

Vague...In a zen kind of way.

vague žB–†‚Č

Look, he met with Kate.

He must know how to get ahold of her.

get ahold of ˜A—‚ˇ‚é

Do you trust him enough to deliver a message?

Her honor, judge clark.

How does this nice face get a detective to take an early pension?

She must have a lot of pull.

have a lot of pull with `‚É‹­—Í‚ČƒRƒl‚Ş‚ ‚é

Clark deals primarily in probate law.

primarily Žĺ‚Ć‚ľ‚Ä probate ŒŸ”F‚ˇ‚é

Her last case was...The Sullivan house.

Look at these. Nine properties over the past two years taken by various banks.

She presided over all of them.

Hey, hon.

hon honey‚Ě’ZkŒ`

Hey.

How would you like to come home for lunch?

I'd like that a lot.

Good.

I'm trying out a new caterer for an upcoming event.

I would love your opinion on the food.

Oh.What's the menu?

Well, uh, samplings of pata, couscous -- A lot of fancy stuff.

couscous ƒNƒXƒNƒX

You know how much I love...stuff.

And feel free to bring Neal.

feel free to ‰“—ś‚Č‚­`‚ˇ‚é

Oh, that's why you're calling.

You want to borrow him.

borrow ŽŘ‚č‚é

I want to borrow his palate. And yours, as well.

palate –ĄŠo as well ‚¨‚Ü‚Ż‚ɁA‚ť‚̏ă

My wife's inviting you to lunch.

The good thing is I get to come along, too.

Stop playing with the buttons.

I want to get the map thing. Blind spot.

I got it.

I need to ask you about Kate.

I told you everything.

You didn't tell me how you contacted her.

I'm a fed.

If I want to find someone, I do.

Can you get a message to her?

I can try.

What do you want to say?

Tell her I'm starting to wonder If the bottle really did mean goodbye.

Hey, honey.

Elizabeth, thanks for the invite.

Oh. Foie-gras?

Yeah, I have a lot of it.

Um, I want you guys to try this one first, okay?

Looks great.

I haven't had time to try them, but they look yummy.

Ugh.yeah.Delicious.

Okay, that's why I wanted to invite Neal.

Why, because he's a good liar?

No. Because he appreciates fine cuisine.

Which this is not.

No one could lie that well.

Oh. Yeah, that does smell bad.

Thank god you guys tried it first.

Okay, this caterer is off my list.

So, who was the other unfortunate guinea pig?

guinea pig ƒ‚ƒ‹ƒ‚ƒbƒg

No one.

Well, then why are there two coffee cups on the table?

Oh, I made coffee for the cable guy.

It went out this morning, so he came by to fix it.

go out “Ž‚Š‚Č‚­‚Č‚é

They got someone out here fast.

get A out A‚đo“Ž‚ł‚š‚é

When did you call them?

Actually, they called me.

They accidentally cut a power line down the street.

They were fixing the cable, so they sent someone.

I thought it was a little strange, too, But I actually asked the neighbors, And their cable went out, as well.

Why?

What's wrong?

The number you have dialed is not in service at this time.

So, um... Where's the gala your new client's hosting?

gala ƒZƒŒƒu‚ޏľ‘Ň‚ł‚ę‚éŽĐŒđƒp[ƒeƒBŒ`ŽŽ‚ĚƒCƒxƒ“ƒg

It's ... it's at the met.

met ƒƒgƒƒ|ƒŠƒ^ƒ“”üpŠŮ

It's next week.

I love the met.

They have this fantastic Matisse I've always admired.

It's on the second floor, right near the fire exit.

Now -- now I am pissed off!

piss off ƒCƒ‰ƒCƒ‰‚ł‚š‚éA‚¤‚ń‚´‚č‚ł‚š‚é

You suspected something the moment she mentioned the cable guy.

What aren't you telling me?

Is it Fowler?

I don't want to talk about it here.

You think there could be more inside?

I'll take care of it.

No, you can't go through the normal channels.

go through the proper channels ł‹K‚ĚŽč‘ą‚Ť‚đ“Ľ‚Ţ

OPR has too much reach inside the bureau.

What do you suggest?

I know a cleaning guy.

Does a great job on my place.

No way.

Not him.

Honey, we have to put a stop to this.

put a stop to `‚ɃXƒgƒbƒv‚đ‚Š‚Ż‚é

All right, fine.

Call your guy.

But I want someone I can trust watching him, In case he -- whatever he does.

"in case he" -- in case he what?

He's odd.

odd Šď–­‚Č

In a good way.

In a good way —Ç‚˘ˆÓ–Ą‚Ĺ

Who is this guy?

Mrs.Suit, I take it.

Honey, this is...

The cleaner.

What, are you selling vacuums?

I do not take your assumption as an affront, but as vindication of my ability to blend in.

take A as B A‚đB‚ž‚ƉđŽß‚ˇ‚é assumption Œˆ‚ß‚Ä‚Š‚Š‚é‚ą‚Ć affront `‚𕎐J‚ˇ‚é vindication ł‚ľ‚˘‚ą‚Ć‚ĚŘ–ž blend in ‚¤‚Ü‚­—n‚Żž‚Ţ

So, uh, what are you doing?

He's taking care of our bug problem.

Is that a night-vision spotting scope?

Oh, $50. Russian military surplus.

surplus ’´‰ß•Ş

Why do you have it?

Well, the real question is, why don't you?

Well, in any case, we really appreciate your help.

Hey, Jones.

Hey.Thanks for coming.

Yeah.All right, listen, that's him.

Make sure Elizabeth is safe.

You got it.

Hey, Moz.

I'm clean.

Thanks, Neal, for walking Satch.

Anytime.

So, um, you sure he won't try anything?

Do you have any rare paintings or coins?

No.

You'll be okay.

Is this Gorham silverware?

silverware ‹âHŠí

It's rather unique.

Maybe you should keep an eye on him.

Yeah.

Oh, a Baccarat vase.

vase ‰Ô•r

Well, I don't know what case you guys are working on, But wrap it up fast, okay?

wrap it up I‚í‚č‚É‚ˇ‚éAŠŽŒ‹‚ˇ‚é

All right.

Come on, Satch.

See you, buddy.

Think they'll be okay here?

I don't think he bugged the dog.

Amateur.

I don't want to stick around to find out.

stick around ‹ß‚­‚É‚˘‚é

Me either.

Besides, you have some explaining to do.

So, Fowler's trying to protect his pocket judge for Operation Mentor.

Why didn't you tell me?

I was getting to it.

He knows I pulled our detective's file.

He realizes you're on his trail.

He comes after you.

Us.He comes after us.

Maybe we can get to him first through judge clark.

This thing Fowler wants from you, the music box better play one catchy tune.

It's worth it.

Why are guys like you always interested in antiques with a dangerous history?

Bcause they have a lasting impact.

lasting ’ˇ‘ą‚Ť‚ˇ‚é

Look at how they're affecting us right now.

affecting S‚𑳁AŠ´“Ž‚ł‚š‚é

Unbelievable.

We are about to go after a federal judge.

It's worth it to take down Fowler.

Okay.

We stop the judge from taking the Sullivan home, Then we get her disrobed.

disrobe ‚Ěˆß•ž‚đ’E‚Ş‚š‚é

You know what I meant.

If we lean on her hard enough, she'll flip on Fowler.

lean on `‚Ɉł—Í‚đ‚Š‚Ż‚é

You know what I meant!

That's not what I meant.

I got those files you requested on judge Clark.

Good job, Price.

Get the crew together.

We are gonna pore over everything.

Scout for any discrepancies on every deed and foreclosure notice we've got, Starting with the Sullivan home.

Scout for ‚đ’T‚ˇ discrepancy H‚˘ˆá‚˘ deed Ř‘

Okay.

What is it?

Good to see you again, Agent Burke.

What are you doing here?

I'm working on a project in New York.

Operation mentor?

I can't comment on that.

In fact, I would say you're not supposed to know it even exists.

You can pin this one on me.

pin on ‚É•‰‚í‚š‚é

You like pinning things on me, right?

Agent Fowler.

Received your request this morning.

We'll set you up in one of our offices.

You're working out of here?

Oh, relax, Burke.

Just borrowing your phones for a little while.

borrow ŽŘ‚č‚é

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