Hey. We're good?
Yeah, we're good. Warrant came through for the novice hard drives, so we'll be looking for anything relevant to Hayes. Come on, Peter. Where are you?
...And an index of your earnings reports.
Can I get you anything else?
Espresso, cappuccino, macchiato?
Regular coffee's fine.
Do you have a preferred blend?
Just plain old coffee.
We have Brazil bourbon Santos, a Panamanian boquete, and an Ethiopian sidamo. I prefer the mediterranean espresso. The beans are imported from the cafe vivace in Rome.
Mm. Yeah, let's go with that one.
Remote access. Well done.
Timbuktu software Peter installed just gave me access to the entire novice database. All I have to do is get around the server's firewalls.
And we're in. That was fast.
A catalogued index of our earnings reports.
And here's your espresso.
I assume you have everything you need?
I do now. Oh. Yeah...That's good.
Can you see me?
Look at us being a modern couple.
I know. Okay, so, how's the room?
Uh, not a room, honey. It's a suite. See for yourself.
see for oneself 自分自身の目で確かめる
Looks pretty fantastic.
Oh, wait a minute. Look at this view. Look at it. There's a button that opens the curtains automatically.
And I've got a baby grand.
Well, it looks like you have everything you need.
Well, not everything. Let me show you the best part of the room... you.
Oh, thanks for bringing me along. All right, now, get back to work.
I miss you.
Miss you back.
I miss you back 私も寂しいです。
Anybody see you?
No, I double-backed through the service entrance. You sweep the place?
Yeah, minute I walked in. It's clean.
Nice digs, Peter. Maybe you picked the wrong universe to live in.
digs 貸間 universe 分野
Nope. No, no, no. Stay out of there. Six bucks for a candy bar.
Stay out of 〜に巻き込まれないようにする
Yeah, it's on the tab. Embrace your hypothetical self.
Put it on the tab つけにする Embrace 利用する
I don't do hypothetical.
Oh, we speculate all the time.
On our cases. Not on my life choices. No touching. Come on. What do you have?
Didn't get anything on Kent, but Jones found something pretty interesting on Hayes' computer.
Failed password attempts.
The day Hayes died, someone tried to access his office desktop. They tried variations on his birthday, a bunch of song titles, and the name of the dog he had as a kid.
Somebody had a close relationship with him.
Looks like novice has a mole.
All right, Kent and his upper management can access any e-mail account that they want. They wouldn't have to go fishing for a password.
We can rule them out.
rule out 除外する
Well, we need to dig into the junior execs. Since I'm the auditor, I can't be hanging around the water cooler. But maybe you could.
You're sending me in? How?
Kent's kissing my butt. He wants a clean audit so badly that maybe he'd hire a friend of mine who's looking for work in marketing. If I pull the strings, think you can land the job?
Marketing? I can do marketing.
I had Westen farms conduct a poll on what people found aesthetically pleasing in their cereal bowls. You know what people liked to see?
Well, a finite amount of raisins. Market research gave us the key formula... A 6:1 flake-to-raisin ratio. I made sure every box we packaged met that standard. Sales went through the roof.
a finite amount of 限られた量の
Wow. That's how you got this job? Breakfast cereal?
Ready-to-eat-cereal market, $10.7 billion last year.
Right, the little plastic prizes in the box.
Yeah. That's billion with a "b." But tech's where it's at, dog. That's why I want to talk to you guys, you know, get some pointers. Want to grab some drinks later?
Oh, well, we've already booked a dinner at Draytons, so...
Oh, you should come.
Screw you, Trent. Andrew?
Fine with me.
Fine. You can play the game. He can play the game, right?
What's the game?
It's a little tradition we have here. It's called credit-card roulette. Go out, run up a nice tab, throw all our company cards on the table, and let the server pick one.
And that card foots the bill.
foot the bill 費用を支払う
Blows your dinner budget for the month.
You up for it?
up for 〜に賛成で
Lock and load, Trent.
Lock and load 準備は良いよ。
Mr.Danvary? George. The auditor would like to see you. He spoke to accounting and has some questions about your 2009 w2s.
Uh-oh. Excuse me. See you guys later.
I don't like him.
You don't like anyone, Trent.
I like Andrew.
'Cause I owe you money, Trent.
Thank you. You are stepping up in the world.
Well, it's not really my office.
Can it be mine?
You already have a workspace.
Oh, yeah, I get a cubicle. You get a palace.
I work harder.
Hat. How's the marketing department?
Oh, nice blend of smarmy and suspicious. I'll narrow it down later. I'm meeting everyone for dinner tonight.
smarmy ごますりの suspicious 疑わしい
I've always liked espresso.
No more ugly FBI mugs for you. I think you missed your calling. Tiny cup, big office, expensive suits.
miss one's calling 間違った職業につく
Ugly mugs are fine.
Don't fight your instincts, Peter. Embrace your true self.
I can keep going.
What time is dinner tonight?
9:00. What are you thinking?
If we do have a mole, we might be able to bait 'em. You're pretty good at chitchat, right?
You want me to spread some gossip?
Tell everyone that you noticed I was looking into Hayes' files. Maybe I found something interesting.
Let them think you found something on the dead guy. Our mole will want to poke around your office.
Yeah, make him come to us.
I'm on it.
How much was the smoked squab?
More than the lobster tartine, Trent.
Which is why I had to raise you with the opus.
Uh, uh... three bottles of opus?
No matter who loses, someone's gonna have to answer to accounting.
Or Kent himself.
I haven't met him yet.
Look, the only thing you need to know about the boss is that he likes the high life almost as much as he likes quarterly profit.
And he also likes his daily armagnac. Buying him a bottle every now and then will help you stay on his good side.
every now and then 時々
Thanks for the tip.
So, uh, what's up with the hat?
Oh, that's just my humble assault on the commonplace.
humble 質素な assault 挑戦 commonplace ありふれた
I like it.
Kind of weird.
So, um, what happened with Joseph Hayes? He was head of R&D, right? He was working on the quantum processor. Somebody told me he was murdered.
Uh, w-why do you care?
Oh, when I was in the auditor's office, Hayes' file was on his desk.
Why is the auditor looking into Hayes?
I don't know. He had all your files too.
Are you serious?
Uh, here comes the bill.
Well, all right. ♪ Bump-bump, bump-bump-ba ♪
What's the damage?
Ooh! Ouch! $2,000. So, hat guy, in or out?
Oh, I'm in.
All right. Boo-yah.
Shaking it up. I'm not looking, I'm not looking.
You do the honors?
Hey, uh, pick a winner, honey.
Ooh, I guess you win. Trent.
That's great. I owe you.
Hope that bonus comes through.