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Damn it, damn it, damn it, damn it, damn it! Is this Mr.Brooks' English class? I slept through my damn alarm.

You must be Mr.Cooper.

And the trains were delayed. Do you have anything for a headache?

No. You got a little something on your shirt there.

Yeah. They're gonna be watching this baby, not me. That'll kill an hour.

Actually, you could have slept in, 'cause there's been a mix-up. I'm Mr.Brooks. My vacation's not until next week. I'm sorry you came all this way for nothing.

It ain't no thing. They call me -- they have to pay me, right?

I'll make sure of it.

This day turned out all right.

Hi. I'm Mr.Cooper. I'll be filling in for Mr.Brooks. Let's see. All right. According to the lesson plan, today we'll be continuing with romantic poetry. No poets in the class?

Scansion's like math. Marking the lines -- it kills the romance.

Scansion ‰C—Ľ

Close your books. Forget about structure for a minute. Just listen.

She walks in beauty, like the night of cloudless climes and starry skies and all that's best of dark and bright meet in her aspect and her eyes, thus mellowed to that tender light which heaven to gaudy day denies, one shade the more, one ray the less, had half impaired the nameless grace that waves in every raven tress or softly lightens o'er her face.

clime ’n•ű starry Ż–ž‚č‚Ě aspect ŒőŒi thus ‚ť‚ę‚ä‚Ś‚É mellow _‚ç‚Š‚˘ gaudy ü‚č‰ß‚Ź‚˝ impaired ’ቺ‚ľ‚˝ nameless —D‰ë‚ł

You've checked in to me. You know what I do, what I earn, and if I decide to enroll my son, you're gonna hit me up for a donation.

enroll “üŠw‚ł‚š‚é hit someone up for ‚­‚ę‚é‚悤‚É—Š‚Ţ

Might have been a little more nuanced, but, uh, yeah. Tuition doesn't cover all of this. We ask parents and alumni to contribute.

nuance “Á•Ę‚ČˆÓ–Ą‡‚˘‚đŽ‚˝‚š‚é Tuition Žö‹Ć—ż alumnus ‘˛‹Ćś

Where does the money go?

It gets spread around, but the majority goes into our endowment fund.

I need specifics.

Donors trust us to put the money where it'll be most useful. I also invest a percentage. We want our money to make money.

You had to have taken a hit lately.

take a hit ‘šŠQ‚đŽó‚Ż‚é

Everybody has, but we've done better than most.

Get me the numbers. I'll think about it.

Ah. Long time since I've been in shop class.

I love shop. Something satisfying about doing things with your hands. Pulled the car around. Where are you staying while you're in town?

The Four Seasons. I have a suite.

I know. I asked the hotel to put a bottle of champagne in your suite. They told me you checked in... but they never saw you. And there were no bags in the room.

I don't see how that's any of your business.

You lie -- maybe your son lies. And that's not the kind of student we want here. I'd like an explanation.

I came here without my wife, okay? Decided to spend the first night in town with a friend. She lives in the West Village. If Linda found out, she'd make me pay.

Happened with the first Mrs.Woods. Expensive mistake.

No.

Thank you for the tour. Oh. You can send those endowment documents to my hotel.

And if you're not there... I'll know why. You need anything else, you let me know.

All right.

Yes, Jen.

The Magic Hand of Chance -- Keats.

Very good. Chloe.

What's in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name, would smell as sweet.

Ah, the bard. No one did it better than Shakespeare.

bard Žl

I went to Italy with my dad. Made him take me to Verona. "Romeo and Juliet" is my favorite.

Tragic romance. I know it well. Lord Byron was described as mad, bad, and dangerous to know.

Tragic ”ߌ€‚Ě

But he sure had a way with words. Don't mind me. I'm just here to observe, try to learn something.

have a way with ˆľ‚¤‚Ě‚ŞăŽč‚˘

Of course. Have a seat. Lord Byron wasn't the only poet to rebel against convention.

rebel ”˝‹tŽŇ convention ‚ľ‚Ť‚˝‚č

But some poets had to answer to someone, didn't they? Like a patron who made their careers possible?

We raise our hands in class. Yes.

What if said poet worked for a patron and his poetry was perceived as insubordinate?

perceived as Žó‚ŻŽć‚ç‚ę‚Ä‚˘‚é insubordinate ”˝R“I‚Č

Well, most patrons respected the poet's process. Straying from the course was considered artistic license.

stray from ’Eü‚ˇ‚é

But was a wayward poet ever punished, say, by being locked in a garrote somewhere?

wayward ‚í‚Ş‚Ü‚Ü‚Č garrote iŽńŒY

I'd have to do some research. All right. I humbly give you leave to depart.

humbly ‚‚‚ľ‚ń‚Ĺ

Mr...Cooper? I'll need to talk to you after class.

I said "Sit on a bench", not re-enact "Dead Poets Society."

re-enact Ä‰‰‚ˇ‚é

You said focus on work.

I did. I did say that.

I found out Woods' daughter was in the class. It seemed relevant to the case.

Do you know how many parents would be up in arms if they knew their teenager was being taught by a felon?

up in arms •Ší‚đŽ‚Á‚Ä—§‚żă‚Ş‚é

Oh, trust me. It is better than being taught by the real Mr.Cooper.

While you were spouting Byron, I was being intimidated by Woods.

spout ‚Ü‚­‚ľ—§‚Ä‚é intimidated by ‹°•|‚đŠ´‚ś‚é

Oh, he's more paranoid than I thought.

Yeah, but my cover's safe. Look, I'm gonna go back to the office to break down those endowment numbers. You -- you're done for the day. Go home.

Oh, good. That'll give me a chance to look over the syllabus. Tomorrow, we start on Dickens.

Someone has great expectations.

I should have known our daring rescue of Elizabeth wouldn't buy lasting goodwill with the suit.

daring ‘ĺ’_‚Č intimidated by ‹°•|‚đŠ´‚ś‚é

It's Peter. He can't be bought.

Neal, you know what this means?

Yeah. If he doesn't let Keller's admission stand, it comes back at us.

admission ŽŠ”’

Like a Department of Justice boomerang.

Right now, I can't see that far ahead. All I can do is remind Peter that I am an asset, not a liability, starting with this case.

asset —L—p‚Ȑl liability •‰Â

A battle won cancels every other bad action?

Yeah.

Let's have a look. Oh, Manhattan Prep. Someone stealing lunch money?

Well, kind of. We're helping a scholarship student.

This Evan's a concise thinker. A flair for color. A facility with numbers.

concise ŠČŒ‰‚Č flair for `‚ĚË”\

And a massive crush on the daughter of the guy embezzling from the endowment.

Oh, so the lowly commoner is in love with the daughter of the evil king who's trying to destroy his life? Does he have a shot?

have a shot ŽŔŒť‚ˇ‚é‰Â”\Ť‚Ş‚ ‚é

He might, if she knew he was alive.

Don't tell me. You rode into the classroom on your white stallion.

ride into ć‚荾‚Ţ

Chloe is a teenage girl obsessed with "Romeo and Juliet." She's in love with love.

So all we have to do is redirect her affection toward a more deserving and appropriate target -- Evan?

Yes.

Peter's got a lead on the case. I got to meet him at the office.

I'm gonna finish this burgundy. I have some thoughts on this.

burgundy ƒuƒ‹ƒS[ƒjƒ…ƒƒCƒ“

I take it you'll be playing the part of the helpful friar who brings the star-crossed lovers together?

friar C“šŽm

Sans vial of poison.

Sans ‚Č‚ľ‚Ĺ vial Ź•r

Good.

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