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Morning, Peter.

I see your quest for Manhattan's best brew continues.

One's for you.

Oh. Yankee tickets. Versus the Red Sox.

Yeah, I got them from Frankie Whispers. I'm not gonna use them.

They're behind home plate.

Oh? I hear that's good.

Uh-huh. You bought coffee, Yankee tickets -- This is not your most subtle con.

subtle ‰s‚˘

Con? Peter, I am hurt that you --

You're trying to get back on my good side.

Is that a crime?

No. But let's review what is. Mozzie steals your treasure, and do you report it? No. You plot to steal it.

plot ‚˝‚­‚ç‚Ţ

We don't have to do this.

Oh, but we do. We discovered Adler's u-boat.

And while you were coming in here, looking me right in the eye, you were hiding the art under my nose. But that's not the worst of it.

look someone right in the eye łŽ‹‚ˇ‚é

Look, Peter, I'm sorry. Okay?

You should be.

I'm sorry Elizabeth was put in danger because of me. How's she doing?

I don't want to talk about it here.

Ok. All right.

Do you really want to get back on my good side?

on someone's good side ‹C‚É“ü‚ç‚ę‚Ä

Yes.

Then I suggest we dig into the Mortenson real-estate scam.

You're right. Focus on work.

Focus.

Did Hogwarts book a field trip?

Looks like it. Jones, who's that?

Oh, uh, Evan Leary. The kid was sitting in the lobby since 7:00. Wouldn't leave until he spoke with a case agent.

Uh-huh. He asked to see a case agent.

Someone did his homework.

10 points for Gryffindor. Come on.

Evan? Hi. I'm special agent Peter Burke.

Agent Burke. And agent...?

Uh, Neal... Caffrey. I work here, but I'm not an agent. Took the road less recommended. Nice tie. Manhattan Prep?

Yeah.

How can we help you, Evan?

Um, could we sit? I brought visual aids.

Visual aids Ž‹ŠoŽ‘—ż

Visual aids. Sure. Let's go to my office.

I've been going to Manhattan Prep since 9th grade. My family's not rich like most of the kids, so I can't afford tuition. And I discovered last week that my financial aid is being pulled.

tuition Žö‹Ć—ż financial aid §Šw‹ŕ

Excellent presentation.

Thank you.

If you turn to section 1, you'll see why I'm here.

You think someone's embezzling scholarship money from the school's endowment.

embezzle ‰Ą—Ě‚ˇ‚é endowment Šń•t‹ŕ

That's right.

It's his thesis statement.

thesis statement Žĺ‘č•ś

Mm. Look, Evan, losing your scholarship doesn't mean someone's stealing. Schools cut funding all the time.

Of course. But if you look at the graph, it shows that the endowments stayed pretty even while the financial aid has been dropping over the past eight years.

Where did you get these numbers?

I work at the Bursar's office, and I dug around. Look, this isn't just about me. This is about a lot of kids.

Evan, endowments cover operating costs, salaries. These numbers aren't enough to prove embezzlement.

You haven't gotten to my conclusion yet.

conclusion Œ‹˜_

It's the red tab.

Oh, yes. I can see the red tab.

Says the scholarships started disappearing the year Andy Woods took over the endowment fund.

take over ˆř‚ŤŒp‚Ž

Andy Woods?

Yeah. Um, his daughter goes to Manhattan Prep. Chloe. She -- she's...very nice. But I think Mr.Woods is a bad guy.

You got one conclusion right.

Andy Woods -- American financier we've long suspected of managing money for the Juarez Cartel.

Those are some brutal guys to be in business with.

brutal –ě”Ř‚Č

Woods may have a corner office, but his methods are definitely from the street.

corner office –đˆőŽş

D.E.A. believes he launders the cash through investment portfolios. Now, we've never had enough to go after him, but this may be enough to give us an in. Neal?

We have visual aids. Now, there are only five, so you'll have to share until Wesley gets back with more copies.

Tabs -- nice.

Couple of years ago, Woods lost a landmark divorce settlement to Mrs.Woods after she found out he had a mistress, but he made sure to retain custody of their daughter.

landmark d‘ĺ‚Č settlement ’˛’â retain Ž‚ż‘ą‚Ż‚é

Chloe -- 17. When she started at Manhattan Prep, Woods was elected to the Board of Trustees and put in charge of the endowment fund.

put in charge of ”C‚ł‚ę‚é

You think he's treating the endowment like his own piggy bank.

piggy bank ’™‹ŕ” 

Exactly. I'll approach the school as a wealthy parent with a teenage son. I'll need an alias.

Alistair Stone -- a wealthy Hong Kong banker relocating to New York looking for a school for your son, Alistair Jr. You like catamarans and cognac.

It's like you're an alias savant. I do like catamarans, but let's go with Peter instead of Alistair.

savant ŠwŽŇ

Linda's gonna be upset.

Linda?

Your wife. She affectionately calls you "Ali."

affectionately ˆ¤î‚đ‚ą‚ß‚Ä

She'll get over it. I'll schedule a meeting.

Let me. I'll be your amanuensis. Follow you around, write things down, make you look powerful.

amanuensis ‘‹L

My menu what? Can't you just say "assistant"?

Not at Manhattan Prep.

I might have graduated if I had gone somewhere like this.

I'm not surprised you like it here. Even the kindergartners wear ties.

You know, if my sentence gets commuted, I'd consider going back to school. Maybe get a master's, study abroad, publish.

commute Œ¸ŒY

Don't get ahead of yourself there, Hemingway. I haven't decided if I'm gonna close the Keller case. I told you --

Focus on work.

Words to live by.

Words to live by ‹łŒP

My school never had a falconry club.

falconry ‘éŽë

Guess Peter Jr. will be the falconer in the family. Where are you staying while you're in town, Mr.Stone?

The company puts me up at the Four Seasons.

Mm. Generous.

Linda loves the spa.

Ah. Too bad she couldn't make it this trip.

All right, wait here. Just sit on the bench while I meet with Woods.

Oh. My 11:00.

Peter Stone.

Graham Slater, headmaster here at Manhattan Prep. Want to welcome you before I introduce you to Andy Woods.

Oh, you're the warm-up act?

Come in.

You in trouble?

A lot. I might get expelled.

expelled for œĐ

Well, that's no good.

Me and this other kid --

Here's what you do. Make eye contact. If they nod, you nod. Do what they do. It makes them think you're listening. Then you look them in the eye and tell them you're sorry. Don't look down, all right? That's a tell that you're lying.

Sweet! Thanks.

You didn't hear that from me.

Oh. Excuse me. Western poetry?

I end not far from my going forth by picking the faded blue -- Frost.

forth ‘O‚Ö faded Fĺň‚š‚˝

Excellent! Mr.Cooper, you're in the wrong place. At least you wore a jacket.

I think you got me mixed up --

If I had a song for every substitute I had to track down in these halls, I'd be Aretha Franklin.

substitute ‘ă—p•i track down ŒŠ‚‚Ż‚é

Uh, I need to call my supervisor --

Bell's about to ring, Mr.Cooper. You'll be late.

What kind of an example would that set?

Don't know how you make teenagers care about reading.

You just have to be willing to focus on the work. So, where's my class? Thanks.

We have three grand masters who work with our chess team.

Probably a better life skill than falconry.

Andy. Meet Peter Stone. Mr.Stone, meet Andy Woods.

Pleased to meet you.

Prescott's shaping up to be the next Fischer. That's what I love about this school -- they push the kids.

shape up ß“x‚đ‚Ü‚ŕ‚é track down ŒŠ‚‚Ż‚é

Well, I will leave you two. Mr.Stone, I hope to see Peter Jr. at Manhattan Prep.

Thank you. Well, you know what they say -- play the man, not the board.

Never played chess. Grew up in a rough neighborhood, public schools, worked for everything I have.

So did I. Nothing wrong with that.

No. But, uh, nothing's better than a school with connections. It'll set you up for life. That's this place.

You have a son here?

A daughter -- Chloe. A junior. Keeps me on my toes.

keep someone on his toes —pS‚ˇ‚é

Yeah, always wondering what they're up to next.

Oh, your son's a handful, too, huh?

He's very intelligent but impulsive. His moves tend to land him in trouble.

The bright ones always try to break the rules.

Well, I want to give him the best shot at life. I know it's gonna cost me.

Come on. Adams, bring the car around while I give Peter a tour. Send your son here. He'll fall in line. He won't be able to pull anything at Manhattan Prep.

fall in line with •ŕ’˛‚đ‡‚í‚š‚é

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