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I'm developing a theory on how Woods is embezzling. Investments are the only element he has complete control over.

Yeah, overhead, salaries -- all the rest can be accounted for.

overhead ”Œo”ď account for Š„‡‚đč‚ß‚é

If Woods is investing the way he says he is, the endowment should be higher.

Maybe it is. Woods manages the account. The school only sees the numbers he gives them.

A fixed percentage of the endowment is scholarships. If he's under-reporting, that explains why they're down.

Yeah. Like Evan's.

Graham Slater is the school's headmaster. If Woods is doing what we think he is, Slater has to be complicit.

complicit ‰Á’S‚ľ‚˝

Slater's obviously our way in.

Which is why you're going back to Manhattan Prep tomorrow.

Really?

I'm sending you back in for the good of the case, not rewarding you because you took matters into your own hands.

take matters into one's own hands ŽŠ•Ş‚ʼn˝‚Ć‚Š‚ˇ‚é

I know.

From now on, I make the lesson plan. If you're smart, you'll follow it.

From now on ĄŒă‚Í

I walk in the classroom, and the girls were all glassy-eyed, like they saw that kid from those vampire movies.

glassy-eyed ‚Ú‚ń‚â‚č‚Ć‚ľ‚˝–Ú

You know, I bet you Neal would be a good teacher.

Which will validate him even more.

What do you mean?

It's a pattern. Neal misbehaves, but because he's Neal, he doesn't face the consequences, and he gets a gold star for it.

misbehave •sł‚đs‚¤

This is bigger than this case.

I have to go on record next week about what happened with Keller.

go on record Œö•\‚ˇ‚é

Oh.

Honey, if you don't want to talk about it, we don't have to.

I am safe and sound on this patio with you. I am okay to talk about Keller. What's going on?

safe and sound –łŽ–‚É

Only you and I know that Neal was involved with the art theft. There's no trail that leads back to him.

And Keller confessed to stealing it.

If I sign off on this case, the art goes back to where it belongs, Keller serves life in prison, and I'm a hero for taking him down.

But Neal gets away with it.

get away with ‰˝‚Ě”ą‚ŕŽó‚Ż‚Č‚˘‚ĹĎ‚Ţ

Yeah.

He had the treasure, and he didn't leave. He gave it up for us. I think that says a lot about his character.

He had the treasure. That says a lot about his character.

If you ask me, the right man is behind bars.

You can drop me off at riverside.

You're embarrassed to be seen with me. There you go.

Peter, we're 10 blocks from the school.

I know, but your cover's safe. Better walk fast.

Yes. Yes, I will, because I am a bright-eyed young substitute teacher getting a jump on his day.

When I get there, I'll ask to see Slater with questions about tuition to get him out of his office.

Which is when I go in and look for details about the endowment. I'll be in my class by the time the first bell rings.

Textbook behavior, Neal. I mean it.

You couldn't help yourself.

Nope.

Peter, Slater's leaving his office.

I'm on my way in.

I'll intercept him and keep him away while you search.

He just hid an envelope in his jacket.

I'm gonna tail him. You don't have much time.

All right, he just put the envelope in a locker.

Can you tell whose it is?

No, not from here. I could break in. Class is about to start. The kids are all going for their lockers.

Somebody picks up that textbook, we lose the envelope.

Well, if we could clear out the hallway...

I have an idea.

Did you just...?

Yeah, just get in the damn locker.

Let's go. Get a move on. Let's go. Come on. To the quad. Okay, everybody. Okay. Line up.

quad ’†’ë

Isn't pulling a fire alarm illegal?

So send me to the principal's office.

Peter, this is Chloe Woods' locker. He put the envelope in the back of her calculus book.

Find out what's inside and meet me in the quad.

Here. Ooh, careful, Papa Smurf.

Very funny. Give me the phone. This is a quarterly report for the school's finances.

Slater's sending it to Woods via Chloe's books so there's no electronic trail. It's smart.

It's dated next week. This is what's going to the board.

Yeah, Woods gets an early look at it...

So he can see how much money he can siphon from the endowment.

siphon ”˛‚ŤŽć‚é

We need to get a look at Woods' personal accounts to prove it. Peter, Peter.

Hi, Mr.Cooper.

Hello, Chloe.

Um, I was wondering if you ever did home tutoring. We're about to start A Tale of Two Cities, and I would love it if --

Oh, well, listen, I-I'm just here temporarily. But I'm sure we could work something out.

Really?

Yes.

You could come over?

As long as your dad's home.

Yeah. Um, tomorrow afternoon?

Okay. You know what? We should invite Evan.

Who?

Evan. You know Evan? Evan, this is Chloe. Chloe, Evan. We're meeting at Chloe's for a tutoring session tomorrow.

Yeah.

See you then.

See you then.

We're going to her place?

Evan, you're gonna be fine. Trust me. I'll see you in class.

We'll have to get a no-knock warrant to search Woods' home. It's a perfect opportunity to get into his office and find those accounts.

no-knock –ł’f—§‚ż“ü‚č

Yeah, good thing I'll have an honor-roll student for backup.

honor-roll student —D“™ś

Yeah, I heard. Why did you invite Evan?

Because Woods might be more inclined to leave us alone if there's another kid there. And because Evan's in love with Chloe.

incline S‚đŒü‚Š‚í‚š‚é

Ah. Which may help deflect her amorous designs on you.

deflect ‚ť‚炡 amorous —ö‚Ě

One can hope.

I felt the same way about Mrs.Fitzgerald, my algebra teacher.

algebra ‘㐔

Thus your lifelong fascination with numbers.

And smart, leggy brunettes.

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