You ever take a bath in champagne?
I'm keeping up appearances.
I'm supposed to be a big spender, remember?
big spender 気前よく金を使う人
Caffrey, this isn't what we're here for.
Look, our cover is that we're enjoying ourselves.
I'd say this is exactly what we're here for.
What, so, that's a no to the champagne bath, or...?
Mr.C and Mr.F?
Oh, there's a long, strange story attached to that.
New York Journal Magazine.
What do I do with this?
Stay here and read it.
There are many things of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant.
wise man 賢者 ignorant 無知な
All of your quotes are getting on my nerves. Peter Burke.
Okay. You're right.
It doesn't hurt to relax a bit.
I wonder how many rooms like this I've stayed in.
Want to know a hotel-room secret?
I'm pretty sure I know every secret there is.
All hotel-room paintings are locked onto the walls, right?
And they're not hard to unlock, but why bother?
The paintings aren't worth stealing, and hotel doesn't put safes behind them.
But there's something better.
There's a little mark... right here.
So you know something's there.
It's for people who live out of hotels.
A sort of secret art...To make the experience more bearable.
How did you know about this?
I'm the daughter of a diplomat.
I grew up in fancy hotels.
You're the daughter of a diplomat?
Why are you so surprised?
Diplomats' daughters don't normally know how to field-strip a semiautomatic.
My bodyguard taught me.
Oh, and you had a bodyguard.
His name was Charlie.
He practically raised me.
Was like a father to me.
He died in the line of duty.
line of duty 職務
Were you there when it happened?
My first date with Kate, we conned our way into some rich guy's hotel room.
And we ordered the most expensive food they had.
Did you know there's a $1,000 hamburger?
We ordered five.
And from our window...there was a view of this run-down old bridge.
I'm sure it was a mess up close, but from our angle, the way the sun hit it...It was beautiful.
a mess up ミスした
And we never wanted to leave that room.
It should have been me on that plane.
But it wasn't.
I know you blame yourself for what happened to Kate.
I blamed myself for Charlie.
But Charlie wouldn't have wanted me to do that.
He'd have wanted me to go on with my life.
I didn't know Kate, but I'd guess she'd want the same thing.
Now, do you have a pencil?
Because there's a painting in this room with nothing behind it.
Everything all right back there?
Your money, sir.
We should go.
We need to get these serial numbers logged as quickly as possible.
We have 10 minutes.
We get those numbers, we can trace them back to Jennings.
How are Caffrey and Diana holding up?
How do you think?
You're lying to me.
I swear I'm not.
There is no way Peter had a mustache.
For a month!
It was amazing.
I would have broken out of prison to see that.
Barrow has a key.
You know, I'd say Get a room, but...
What if he works for Barrow?
I know who he is.
It was worth a try.
I think we should stay here...
Thank you. We'll do it again sometime.
So, when do we start making some real money?
How is it that you always get the penthouse suite with the girl and I end up with the sweaty, bald-headed guy at a warehouse in Queens?
Can I see a picture of the 'Stache?
No, I burned all of them.
What's with the armband?
It's Save the park day.
Oh. Save the park.
Save the park!
Oh, yes, of course.
Does Mozzie know that the one conspiracy theory that he's falling for is actually true?
conspiracy 陰謀 fall for だまされる
Hey, who's to say it's a conspiracy theory?
Perception drives the reality, Peter.
This is Benjamin.
All right. Relax, Gary.
This is what we've been preparing for.
Call up a reporter friendly to the campaign.
I want them to ask you about the loan scandal, okay?
And I want you to answer with a simple question...
Did you ever play stickball?