I found something on the card.
I'll take obscure Russian painters for a thousand.
The "A" has a definite Cyrillic influence.
Well, our tech guys already cracked that one.
If The Architect is a mad Russian, that doesn't narrow down our list of possibles.
narrow down 〜の範囲を限定する
Not a Russian, but a fan of Russian paintings.
Ivan Aivazovsky...look at his signature.
Ohh, look at that.
Look at you two working together.
Look at that teamwork.
We dug up every auction in the last two years to see who's been bidding on Aivazovskys.
Excellent, but that's a pretty thick list.
What if we cross-referenced people with a business connection in Dallas, Chicago, and...right here.
Yeah, the list gets shorter.
One name...Edward Walker.
Let's go have a visit.
Let's do it.
Mr.Walker, these gentlemen are with the FBI.
Well, if you're here to give me a ticket for hitting golf balls into the Hudson river, I'll have to write you a check.
Whitney, get my checkbook, would you?
The bureau doesn't give tickets.
Well, in that case, Whitney, get my golf permit, will you?
in that case もしそうなら permit 許可証
I'm Special Agent Peter Burke.
This is my consultant, Neal Caffrey.
What do you consult on, Mr.Caffrey?
Investigations that involve my areas of expertise.
What areas are those?
It's a long list.
Here, try a swing.
Oh. When was the last time you got a chance to hit a golf ball off the top of the world?
You recognize this?
Oh, I'm not an architect.
No, you're just a hedge-fund manager with too much time on his hands.
have too much time on one's hands あまりにも時間を持て余している
Well, having a hobby is not illegal, is it?
Depends on the hobby.
Is there something specific I can help you with, Agent Burke?
Contemporary Russian art.
Got any Aivazovskys?
You thinking about stealing one?
It's that device on your ankle.
Ooh, you must've been some kind of criminal for the FBI to want to keep you so close.
Ooh, you sliced that one over into the Chelsea pier.
You know, my permit doesn't cover that.
I understand you have offices in Dallas, Chicago, and Boston.
I have offices in most major cities around the world.
Could you tell me where you were on April 19th of last year?
Off the top of my head?
Off the top of my head すぐに思い付いて
I have no idea.
But my assistant could look it up for me.
Whitney keeps my calendar.
Uh, April 19th.
Oh, of course.
I know exactly where I was.
And I would be happy to tell you, providing you can get a warrant based on some bizarre connection you've made between me, an anonymous business card, and random questions about Russian art.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I, uh, have too much time on my hands.
if you'll excuse me 話を切り上げる表現
Whitney can show you out.
Oh, and, Mr.Caffrey, a suggestion for the next time you commit a crime...don't get caught. And on your backswing, just keep it smooth.
But I hope he did it.
Be fun to arrest him.
He got to you.
get to 人を動揺させる、怒らせる
Don't do anything stupid.
Don't tell me it's not in the realm of possibility.
We are under a ton of scrutiny here.
Both of us.
So, why would somebody like him do it?
Doesn't need the money.
The guy's chipping golf balls off skyscrapers.
You said it.
So he's gonna risk prison for an adrenaline rush?
adrenaline rush 興奮状態
Listen, I'm gonna head back to the office and grab a late bite with El.
grab a bite 軽い食事をする
We're done for the day.
Tell Elizabeth I say hi.
Neal, nothing stupid.
Talk to the FAA.
We need flight records, commercial and private.
I want to know if Walker was in Dallas, Chicago, or Boston on the dates of those robberies.
I'll run credit cards and phone records, as well, maybe get him making a call or place him at a hotel.
Let me know what you find.
Have you checked your calendar?
Fowler's mystery meeting is in three days.
These the locations?
Very little foot traffic, no cameras, several alley exit points...
I see why Fowler picked it.
I'm gonna be there.
We both should be.