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Your proposal... It all seems highly irregular.

Yes, Mr. Bosch, but you can admit that irregularity has worked very well for me in the past. And I'm offering you an opportunity to make $15 million in five minutes.

Agent Burke, you can assure me this is all legal?

I wouldn't be here if it weren't.

What do I have to do?

Just sign some start paperwork, sir.

I'd say this moment was inevitable, wouldn't you, Neal? I knew you could be reasonable. I think you might take a real shine to D.C. after all.

take a shine to ‹C‚É“ü‚é

Don't count on it.

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Ah, you do the honors, Pete.

I should have listened to you. I played right into his hands.

It's not over yet.

Raphael's Saint George and the Dragon. A seminal work.

seminal work ‘ă•\ě

Excuse me. That painting is property of Sterling Bosch Insurance.

Valiant effort, Ms. Ellis. This is evidence in a criminal investigation.

Valiant —E‹C‚ ‚é

Investigation into what?

Class "B" possession of stolen property. And you are?

Winston Bosch. This young lady works for me. I don't see anyone here with stolen property.

This painting --

Belongs to Sterling Bosch. We hired Mr. Caffrey to authenticate it for us.

The hell you did.

Yes. I did. Here. Mr. Caffrey is quite the art expert. He's even worked for the FBI as an authenticator.

I can attest to that.

attest •ŰŘ‚ˇ‚é

And if he's good enough for you, he's good enough for me.

You're part of this?

Well, Mr. Caffrey, what's your professional assessment of this piece?

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Oh, that is definitely the real Raphael. I'd stake my reputation on it.

stake “q‚Ż‚é

Excellent. And for your services -- $1,200.

Sorry. Neal's not allowed to accept payment while he works for us.

Oh? Even better.

See you around, Caffrey.

See you around.

Why don't you head home? Get some rest. Got a big day tomorrow.

You gonna be okay?

I'll be fine. Go.

You went behind my back, conspired to obstruct justice.

go behind someone's back — Ř‚é conspire ‹¤–d‚ˇ‚é

I could say you did the same.

Wake up, Petey! Open your eyes! You're not his partner. You're his mark! This boy's run such a good confidence game, he's got you thinking that you've come out ahead in all this.

When did you stop putting faith in people?

When they stopped deserving it. Oh. This isn't over yet, Pete. Not by a long shot.

by a long shot â‘΂É

Mr. Caffrey, do you deserve to be free?

That's not for me to decide. I won't sit here and give you some monologue about how reformed I am. Actions speak louder than words, and, hopefully, my actions while in service to the FBI say more than I can.

And what would you do with your freedom?

Well, I can tell you one thing. I won't be going anywhere anytime soon.

You won't?

No. I'm happy here. You know, someone once told me my life is a dream with an anklet attached. If I wake up tomorrow and that anklet is still on -- I have a good job, a wonderful home... a partner and a best friend. A family. But to wake up and answer only to myself... ...that would mean everything.

We have one more interview to conduct before we make our decision. You'll have an answer here today by 5:00 P.M.

Thank you.

Hey. How'd it go?

As well as it could go, I think. You know what the nice thing is? It doesn't matter.

What do you mean?

Well, you're gonna go in there and say your piece, and the board's gonna make their decision. But with or without my anklet, come Monday morning, I'm gonna step off that elevator on the 21st floor and go to work.

piece ˆÓŒŠ

You once told me you never lied to me and you never will. So I need to know something. The first time Kramer and I went after you for the Degas, how'd you switch the paintings?

I snuck up to the penthouse, pulled the swap, then base-jumped off the building and landed on Wall Street.

sneak up to ‚ą‚Á‚ť‚č‹ß‚Ă‚­

Fine. Don't tell me. I got to go in. That person you saw on Roosevelt Island -- who was it?

When this is over... I'll tell you everything. See you soon.

They're ready for you now, Agent Burke.

Thanks, Henry.

What is this?

These marshals are here to take Neal Caffrey into custody when he returns.

For what?

If you had only listened to me.

For what?

Public endangerment. I've got a dozen eyewitnesses who saw Caffrey hop that tram. Combine that with evading arrest, obstruction of justice. Hell, I may even throw in a jaywalking charge for good measure.

endangerment ŠëŒŻ‚É‚ł‚炡 evade ”đ‚Ż‚é jaywalking charge “šŒđ–@ˆá”˝ for good measure ‚ł‚ç‚ɉÁ‚Ś‚Ä

We're not in the revenge business. Neal pissed you off, and now you want to hurt him.

Just control him. Neal's got a lot of skeletons. I'll pick one, slap that anklet on him, and he'll work for me in D.C. permanently. You understand this is best for everyone, don't you?

Don't you?

I have a statement to make.

State your name and relationship to Neal Caffrey for the record, please.

Special Agent Peter Burke. I've been Neal Caffrey's handler at the Federal Bureau of Investigation since his release into our custody.

You caught him?

Twice. And you should know, the last time I caught him, he was sitting alone in an empty apartment. He had nothing. No one.

And now?

He has a life. A real life here. One that keeps him grounded and decent.

As you've heard, there are many people who care about Neal, people who see him as more than just a criminal. He's frustrating, I'll admit. He drives me crazy on his best days. I don't always have to know where Neal is or what he's up to. But I do know that he has a good heart and a set of principles... ...that weren't there six years ago when he was just another case file that got dropped on my desk.

decent ‚Ü‚Ć‚ŕ‚Č

Do you think Mr.Caffrey is reformed?

As long as he's on that anklet, we'll never know. We can sit here until kingdom come and debate over who is Neal Caffrey. But as long as we keep him tethered, as long as we treat him like a criminal, he'll always think that he is one. Whether Neal is a citizen, a C.I., or a thief is a decision that needs to be put in his hands.

tether ‘Š”›

Agent Burke...Hello?

...Should Neal Caffrey's sentence be commuted?

Yes. I'm saying Neal should be free.

I'm sorry -- this couldn't wait. Peter Caffrey's cut his anklet. Neal's gone.

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