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The last days of the war. This u-boat was supposed to reach Argentina, but something happened. The crew had to scuttle it off our coast. They were gonna retrieve it after the war, but, obviously, that never happened.

scuttle off ‹}‚˘‚Ĺ“Ś‚°‹Ž‚é coast ‘ž•˝—mŠÝ retrieve ‰ńŽű‚ˇ‚é

How do you know this?

Because one of the crewmen survived. He was my father.

Why do you need me?

The crew rigged the interior with explosives to prevent enemy access. I need someone who can open it without setting the charges off. Luckily, I already know the best. That's why you're here, Neal.

rig ŽdŠ|‚Ż‚é interior “ŕ•”‚Ě explosive ”š”­Ť‚Ě prevent –h‚Ž charge ’e–ň

And if I refuse?

You won't. Alex will be with me. You can pretend you're doing it to protect her and Peter, but we both know the real reason ... You want to see what's inside.

I'll need equipment ... Carbide-tipped drill, fiber-optic borescope.

I think you'll find everything you need.

Getting the hatch open is a two-man job. You gonna help me?

No. I will be behind blast-proof glass. Agent Burke can help you. Keep in mind, you'll be wearing a remote camera. Don't try and play a hero.

blast ”š•— proof ŒŸ¸

Can you do this?

Neal?! Not Neal.

And you're not a strawberry blonde with a penchant for Voltaire. I guess we're both disappointed.

Thought you already had that up and running.

It is up and running. I'm trying to boost the reception because I have yet to receive a signal or hear from the suit about a boat. Are you gonna loom there all day?

loom ‚ť‚Ń‚Ś‚˝‚Â

I'm not looming. Neal told me to meet him here.

You know... It's not gonna work out.

What?

Getting involved with a con man.

No, no. I am not involved with anybody.

I get it. We're fascinating creatures. We live a life of danger. It's exciting, slightly erotic. But with guys like us, you find yourself always trying to stay a step ahead. You relax once, let down your guard, and it all goes away.

stay a step ahead ˆę•ŕć‚đs‚­

You paint a very tragic picture.

tragic ”ߌ€‚Ě

Ah. One person's tragedy is another person's excitement.

tragedy ”ߌ€

Uh-huh. I'm afraid I drank all the lafite.

Oh, all of it except for this bottle you hid behind all the others.

Hmm. There might be some hope for you yet. Did you say you were meeting Neal here?

Mm-hmm. At 1:00.

That was, like, half an hour ago.

Oh, sue me, Mozzie. I'm late.

Yeah. Neal's usually not. Did you try his cell?

It went straight to voicemail.

It's probably nothing.

Yeah, it's nothing.

We should call the suit.

I'm gonna call Peter.

You ever safe-crack a submarine?

No. But the principles should be the same. What do we got?

principle Œ´—

Looks like a typewriter.

A typewriter?

Yeah, but I don't see any explosives.

All right. Help me get these bolts off.

This really a two-man job?

I figured I'd save you from a bullet.

By putting me in front of a bomb?

Stop talking.

If you don't like it, come do it yourself.

That shut him up. Here we go.

It's an enigma. Code-breaking machine.

Yeah.

I'm sure it's wired to blow up. Careful.

Okay. That would be TNT.

Yeah. A lot of TNT.

No answer from Peter or Neal. This isn't like either of them. Good thing is your boyfriend is wearing a tracking anklet.

Will you let it go? He's not my boyfriend.

Strange. Peter took off Neal's anklet.

It's the Conservatory Garden. That's the same place Alex Hunter was last seen.

We'll check it out. Sara, you spoke to Neal last. I want you with us.

Okay, we're still at Neal's, so you can just pick us up on your way.

Wait, "we"?

All right, the enigma uses a series of pins and rotors to encode words.

15 billion-billion possible combinations.

Yes. Thank you for that. You're good with crosswords.

Not that good.

You have a favorite color?

Oh, funny. This is your skill set, not mine.

All right, beige is usually a neutral or bluff wire.

Usually?

I don't know if they bluffed with wire 60 years ago. The live ones should be the silver or the black.

El's favorite color is purple.

That doesn't help. I think it's the black.

Okay.

Or the silver. Or both. All right, if we cut 'em both, that would work. Should work. I'll cut the black, you cut the silver.

Good. Good. 1, 2, 3, clip.

Okay. Wait, Peter. In case this doesn't work...

Yeah. Me too.

All right. 1... 2... 3.

Ah!

What's it doing?

I think it's a timer.

How much time do we have?

I don't know, but it sounds like it's moving fast.

How do we stop it?!

I don't know, Peter!

It's gonna blow.

Oh, my God. Now I get it. I know what it is.

What are you talking about?

It's a legend. The enigma password is a legend ... The story of an ancient king with a golden touch that destroyed him.

Midas. Alex, are you sure?

The radio operator who received the u-boat's final S.O.S. signal was my grandfather.

You're Gerhard Wagner's granddaughter.

He told me to always remember the story.

Do it!

OK, Midas. M-I-D-A-S.

That was close.

We've cut it closer.

I don't think so.

All right.

You got it?

Whoa. Careful.

More TNT. Great.

This better be good.

I should have known you'd be lurking. Nice gadget, Mr.Wizard.

lurk ƒRƒ\ƒRƒ\“Ž‚­

Yes, it is. If you think I'm getting into that thing with two feds, then you're certifiable.

get into ‘Ť‚đ“Ľ‚Ý“ü‚ę‚é certifiable ‚¨–n•t‚Ť

Fine. Then you're not coming.

Remember, I travel delicately.

Mm.

Perfect.

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