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Morning. Aren't you a little underdressed? Oh, here we go.

underdressed Œy‘•‰ß‚Ź‚é

Is that better?

Perfect. You know, one of the perks of living in New York City is the casual exhibitionism.

perk “ÁŒ  exhibitionism ˜IoÇ

Oh, are the neighbors complaining?

Not yet, but the sale of binoculars has gone up since you started coming over.

go up ă‚Ş‚é

Yeah? Perhaps after we eat, we can raise a few window shades.

All right.

Mozzie?

Oh, lately he's been knocking in iambic pentameter.

iambic pentameter Žă‹­ŒÜ•ŕŠi

Or not at all.

Neal!

Peter.

Really glad I dressed for company.

Yeah.

Yeah?

Locked door?

There's a lot of crime in this city.

So I've heard. You're gonna love this. There's this con man running around New York who -- You made breakfast.

Am I not allowed?

Breakfast for two -- Assuming that second plate isn't for me.

Brilliant. You want to impress me with any more of your detective skills?

All right.

Why did I ask?

Ooh. Two fresh head imprints on the pillows. Champagne ice bucket at the foot of the bed. Romance is in the air.

imprint Ő

That's -- Yeah.

Ooh. And this detective has decided to stop detecting. Let's see. Department issue?

Um, I'm s-- those are mine. I'm so... Uh... Neal's teaching me how to pick them. It's our version of sudoku in the afternoon. Yeah. Uh-huh.

Morning, Sara.

Good morning. And before you ask, I do not have a drawer here or a toothbrush.

Did I ask?

We're in that awkward, undefined stage where, yes, we've been on a few dates, but, really, what's that mean?

What does it all mean?

It means we're taking things one day at a time.

That's what I said.

More or less.

Mostly more. Ah. Our next case awaits.

Well, you two have fun.

No, no.

Oh, no, no, no, no! You don't have to --

It's...bye.

Bye.

Bye, Sara!

You should get dressed. I'm gonna eat.

Yeah, please.

Hurry up!

You can have both.

This guy's a skilled forger, safe cracker, lots of panache, and he's only 20 years old. Think we might be looking at the next Neal Caffrey.

panache ˆĐ¨‚Ě‚ć‚ł

He's a hacker.

I don't hack.

You're right. A Neal Caffrey for the new millennia, then.

When I was 20, I didn't get caught.

We traced him to this apartment.

Is he in there?

There's movement inside.

Yeah, I see it.

Please tell me I get to break down the door.

Why, when you ask so nicely...

FBI!

Hands in the -- Oh-ho! Cute.

You want me to cuff it?

Yeah, we should hold it for questioning.

Why are you smiling?

He's clever. It casts a shadow on the door and doesn't move in a fixed pattern.

He realized we were sitting on him and bolted.

bolt “Ś–S‚ˇ‚é

Looks like that.

They didn't have robot vacuums in your day?

No, they didn't.

Look around. He's got to have an escape route somewhere.

You're enjoying this.

I love tracking the smart ones. Now that you're on my side, I miss the challenge.

Oh, come on, all he's done are a few mildly impressive forgeries, allegedly cracked a safe, and stuck a vase on a Roomba. What?

Nothing.

Boss, you need to see this.

What do you think? Completely random arrangement of photographs?

All right... Maybe he is good.

Entrez, Moz.

Ah. I've come to steal your soul. Or at least part of it. You know, I've always found that superstition annoyingly inconsistent.

superstition –ŔM annoyingly ‚¤‚é‚ł‚˘‚ą‚Ć‚É inconsistent ˆęŠŃŤ‚Ě‚Č‚˘

Yeah, I got to get to the office.

Uh, this will only take a moment. Now, while I am disappointed we haven't been able to recover Peter's partial list of our treasures, there is a silver lining. Gives us time to perfectly prepare for our escape.

silver lining Šó–]‚Ě’›‚ľ

Starting with passports?

How long do our aliases usually last?

Peter caught on to Nick Halden in two months. Steve survived for a year.

Say Gouda.

No.

Imagine not having to look over our shoulders, not having to memorize a new date of birth every few months.

look over one's shoulder •sˆŔ‚ÉŠ´‚ś‚é

I know where you're going with this, Moz. A permanent identity that the FBI can never crack requires the birth certificate for a dead infant. I'm not doing it.

Say brie de meaux.

What if there was a way to do it that wasn't so... Horrifying?

How's it work?

You'll be stepping into someone else's shoes, even though they or their shoes never existed.

Riddles, Moz?

Riddle ‚Č‚ź‚Č‚ź

Neal...trust me.

If there is a way... I'm in.

Excellent. I'll set it up.

Our suspect's name is Scott Rivers, and he's been on a criminal road trip.

So far, we've been able to link seven of the items in the photos to recent crimes.

We have a warrant for his arrest, but our guy is always in disguises. He won't be easy to track down.

disguise •Ď‘• track down ŒŠ‚‚Żo‚ˇ

Hey, how come you never used disguises?

The right smile works just as well, and you don't have to worry that your mustache is on straight.

Oh, this kid did the Hartford Mansion job?

Ooh.

Ooh.

He steals items of incredible excess from the wealthy -- Half-a-million-dollar sunglasses, a solid-gold toilet-brush holder -- You get the idea. And every crime he commits, he leaves this signature behind.

excess ‰ß“x

Does he actually leave a donation?

In the victims' names, to a different charity each time.

So, Robin Hoodie here robs from the rich and gives some to the poor.

Robin Hoodie?

I like it.

No, you don't. Don't call him that, please.

Well, you called him that.

It was a bad joke.

What can you tell us about him?

He's a kid. I mean, he likes shiny things, and he steals them. He never had much money, but he was around people who did, and he resents them. He's got morals. These donation cards are a way to justify his thefts. He's telling them how they should spend their money. And he's cocky. Almost getting caught won't stop him.

resent •s‰ő‚ÉŽv‚¤

Will he get bolder?

That's what I did.

Okay. Neal and I will dig into the donations and the evidence from the safe house. Jones, Diana, find out where the rest of those stolen items came from. Let's try and figure out where this guy's gonna hit next.

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