Rebecca Vidal, please.
Sure. Just one minute.
She works here in... Sales.
Before she became a C.I., what was she into?
She was a car thief.
Do what you know.
I'm a prospective customer. Rebecca and I are going on a test drive.
Maybe I should take the test drive... Talk to her C.I. to C.I.
You will do no such thing. You just want to drive the car.
Those two gentlemen, right over there.
Now I understand the inappropriate relationship.
There's a reason El prefers my working with a male C.I.
All right, if the car-talk gets a little detailed, I got you covered.
Hi. I'm Rebecca. What can I do for you today?
Actually, my friend Peter has come into a modest windfall. I'm his consultant.
modest 控えめな windfall 思いがけない大きな収入
I have an '86 GTB, and I'm looking at an upgrade.
Well, '86 is a classic, but the Spyder's got 483 horsepower versus 270 in yours. Double the torque, F-trac stability, which you need at 200 miles an hour.
How are the adjustments to Manettino controls?
Well, I could tell you you'd love the steering-wheel-mount shifting, but nothing speaks like a test drive.
And it comes standard with GPS?
Yes. I'll go get the keys.
'86 GTB... nice touch.
You don't have to drive one to dream about them. Behave while I'm gone.
There you go.
You've been here before.
Yeah, a few times.
What's your name?
Anyone ever offered you a test drive?
No. Nobody ever said hello.
People judge. I wish it weren't so, but people judge. By your cotton-poly blend. By your pleated khaki slacks. By your cellphone holster. But, Dan, you can wear whatever you want if you drive a Gallardo.
But that's not why you drive one. You drive one because this car is... A transcendent experience. Hello, Dan. I'm Nick Halden. You ready for a test drive?
I'll get the keys.
Taking the Gallardo out.
He's a looker, not a buyer. When'd you start?
Oh, this morning. Eddy didn't tell you? Nick Halden.
Thanks. He may be a looker, but he's live.
Why are we stopping?
Peter Burke, FBI.
Based on that look, you know why I'm here.
I knew it. I knew it.
Listen to me. I worked with Agent Franklin in the white collar division. I want to help him.
The marshals already came by. They searched my place this morning, then went through all my stuff at work. I'm not doing this again. Take me back...Now.
My CI is more than just my entree into the criminal world. He's the one I turn to when I need help.
Are you finished?
Good. Then turn the car around.
What'd I say? What'd I tell you, huh?
I want it! That one!
Okay, have a seat. I'll get the paperwork going. Can I get you some espresso?
That would be great, yeah.
Listen, uh, this is my first sale, and I promised to split it with Rebecca.
I know, but she's out with another customer. Can you log me in on her computer?
Thanks. Oh, um... Could you get him an espresso? Thanks.
You better hope I find him before the marshals.
Look, I haven't seen Agent Franklin in almost a year. He broke it off after they demoted him.
He was a good agent.
Whatever they're saying he did... There's no way.
He needs to come in. It's the only way we can clear him.
I told you, I don't know where he is.
All right, listen, listen. If you two do make contact, let him know that I'll make him this promise... I'm willing to listen.
I know that you think I only took the car out to talk.
Clearly you didn't take it out to drive it.
No, but... I need an honest answer on one more thing. I've been with the bureau for 12 years. I've got perfect credit.Can I get financed on one of these?
You'd have better luck seizing one from a drug dealer. Hey.
Hey, Rebecca. So glad you're back. This is Dan. He's buying the yellow Gallardo. Dan, Rebecca will take it from here. Congratulations, my friend.
What were you thinking? Her drive log from yesterday? So?
3:45 P.M., she took a test drive with Claudia Weaver.
Claudia Weaver... that's one of Rebecca's aliases.
So, she took herself for an hour-and-a-half spin in a Porsche.
Any idea where she and her alias went?
Luckily, the cars come equipped with a GPS tracking device.
Just like you.
Just like me.