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Anything?

Nothing.

It's 20 after.

You want to call it?

No, not yet.

Fowler was willing to pull a gun on you to make sure we didn't know about this meeting.

Whoever shows up, I'm betting they know why that plane exploded.

Boss.

Diana, you see him?

Yeah.

Can't make a face.

make a face Šç‚đ‚ľ‚Š‚ß‚é

Excuse me.

FBI.

Hold it right there!

He's headed around the stone arches!

Cut him off!

FBI!

Freeze!

He knows how to slip a tail.

slip a tail ”ös‚đŠŞ‚Š‚ę‚é

Yeah, this guy's no civilian.

All right, I want you to pull the tape from every surveillance camera in the area, plus our cameras, atm cameras, everything in this area.

Yeah.

I want to know who this guy is.

Good morning.

You look exhausted.

Oh, I don't sleep well when Elizabeth's out of town.

Well, if her company keeps taking off the way it is, you can retire early and become a house husband.

Because when you look at me, you see soap operas and light housework.

soap operas ˜A‘ąƒhƒ‰ƒ}

What are we watching?

Our new case.

Potentially corrupt politician.

corrupt ”ƒŽű‚ł‚ę‚é

You need a moment to recover?

I might, actually.

Gary Jennings, state senator?

senator ă‰@‹cˆő

You've heard of him?

I am politically aware.

aware Ú‚ľ‚˘

He's popular.

Even Mozzie voted for him.

Mozzie votes?

More often than you'd think.

Or would approve of.

Why did you get into politics, Mr.Jennings?

Well, you know, I didn't plan to.

I wanted to be a carpenter.

Jesus was a carpenter.

Yeah, he's subtle.

subtle Ší—p‚Č

But then I...I realized that my talents were better suited to helping build America's future with words and ideas rather than brick and mortar.

That's where I find my inspiration.

Well, his assistant thinks that he's illegally funneling money into his campaign.

funnel into ‚‚Źž‚Ţ

Don't tell Mozzie.

We've had our eye on Jennings for a while.

So far, nothing's stuck.

But this could be our in.

You want to join a political campaign?

What do I have to do?

Let's figure that out.

I was a true believer.

I believed in Jennings.

I still believe in what he stands for.

stand for `‚Ě‚˝‚߂ɐ키

What changed your mind?

Gary started having these mystery meetings.

Right after, our campaign started getting an increasing number of donations.

Gary started keeping two sets of books.

I'm in charge of one.

None of the regular staff sees the other one.

What do you think is inside that book?

I think he's set up a straw donor scam.

straw donor scam ˆá–@ŒŁ‹ŕ

It's an end run around campaign funding rules that limit donations from individuals.

end run ‰ń”đô individual ŒÂl

Oh, I know what it is.

Politicians were the original con men.

Instead of cutting one big check to himself from a questionable source, Jennings gets a bunch of regular people to write him smaller checks, then he reimburses them under the table for their contributions.

reimburse •Ľ‚˘–ß‚ˇ

I think the second book has a list of the straw donors and the source of the illegal money.

Well, who has access?

His inner circle.

inner circle ‘¤‹ß

Reggie, our head of opposition research, maybe a few others.

opposition “G‘Î

We have to find a way to get you inside Jennings' inner circle.

I got it.

Bad cop, good criminal.

No such thing.

Listen, it's a variation on a con that I've... thought about running before.

The bad guy, the cop...that's you...creates a problem for Jennings, and the good guy...

That's you?

Right.

I provide the solution.

Listen, if I make Jennings think that the FBI's onto him, it'll spook him.

spook “Ž—h‚ˇ‚é

He'll burn his books.

Not if he thinks the bureau's barking up the wrong tree.

Here's an old loan scandal he was wrapped up in.

wrapped up in `‚É–v“Ş‚ľ‚Ä‚˘‚é

Yeah, he walked away clean from that years ago.

But it might make him worried if he thinks that the digging around...

Could uncover whatever he's really doing.

And make him nervous enough to hire a fixer.

Who does he normally use to cover up his problems?

cover up ‰B‚ˇ

Jennings' usual guy quit a few months ago, same time he started his mystery meetings.

This could work.

All we need's a bad cop.

I can do bad cop.

I've seen you do mildly irritated cop. Wow.

irritated ƒCƒ‰ƒCƒ‰‚ľ‚˝

God, I hate these glad-handing events.

You picked the wrong job if you don't want to shake hands.

Well...

What?

I'm sorry to interrupt, senator.

Dylan, I said no more appointments.

Peter Burke, FBI.

Well, what can I do for you, Agent Burke?

I came to say thank you.

You're welcome.

What did I do?

Nothing yet.

But I'm gonna make my career taking you down.

I'm sorry, um...Am I actually being accused of something?

The Mickelson loan scandal.

The FBI looked into that "scandal" years ago.

They found nothing.

You really want to waste taxpayers' money with another witch hunt?

I do.

I know if I start kicking over rocks, something will crawl out.

And when it does, it's gonna get your name, my name, and the word "scandal" in the same headline.

And then you figure you can have any job you want.

Yeah.

Maybe I'll take this office.

Why me?

Because I can tell you're dirty just by looking at you.

So...I'll keep digging until I find something that'll bury you.

bury ‘’‚č‹Ž‚é

You've got my word on that.

How'd I do?

Nice acting.

Who said I was acting?

Dylan.

Did it work?

Yep.

Whatever you said, Jennings is freaked out.

He called an immediate war room.

He called a war room.

All right.

Keep us posted.

I'm the bad cop.

Now it's your turn.

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