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Then, all of a sudden, we ended up at this warehouse underneath the Brooklyn Bridge. The party was insane. And the topper was this junkie comes in just to steal copper piping right out the wall.

Right out of the wall, huh? This is your stop.

Oh! Um... you got change of a $20?

Change? No.

Seriously?

Seriously. Keep it.

Warehouse by Water Street-- copper pipe in the walls.

Hacks-a-lot, go for me.

Good day bleeding fares for info?

I am Bacchus, and they're literally pouring wine down my throat.

At least one of us is getting drunk.

Oh, intel gathering not going as well on your end?

No, the view from Ellen's first apartment doesn't match the key. Pick me up?

Be right there.

All right.

This is where Neal is now.

You can't see anything from here.

No, he's got to be on the balcony. Here we go. Here's his view.

Does it match up?

I don't think so. Well, I never expected him to be crisscrossing the city like this.

crisscross a city Žs“ŕ‚đc‰Ą‚É‘–‚é

If I was a betting man, I'd say he's trying to throw someone off his scent.

throw someone off the scent ”ť’f‚đŒë‚ç‚š‚é

Eh, he knows we're the only ones who can access his tracking data.

Peter, that's my point.

I know, but he doesn't know that we made a copy of the key. Oh, that's El. We're done for the day.

Tell me she doesn't know you're still following the key?

No, ever since the accident, she wants me to take it easy. Yeah, and anything Neal related is exactly the opposite. Keep monitoring his anklet. We'll catch up later.

Yeah.

Hey.

Hey, honey.

Hey.

Oh, hey, Clinton. I didn't know you guys were working today.

The city never sleeps.

Oh, you just caught us wrapping up. Great to see you.

You, too. Bye.

I'll walk him out. Thanks, Jones. See you. Mwah!

Babe? Why aren't you wearing your sling?

What?

Hey. Where to?

Ellen once mentioned she liked to watch the tugboats from Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Hmm, tugboats. Really?

I know I'm grasping at straws. Moz, I'm not paying you for the ride.

Oh, you are if we're going to Brooklyn.

Honey, you know Neal doesn't want you looking into the key.

Neal doesn't lie to me. He hides the truth. He withholds it, but he... ...doesn't lie to me. And if he is, there's got to be a reason for it.

Well, maybe he doesn't want to drag you into a mine field.

Really? This is the only way to Brooklyn?

Believe me, we missed a lot of traffic. Besides, chasing wild geese is expensive sport.

It's not a wild goose chase. We know more than when we started.

Yeah, we know the key doesn't match the view from Ellen's place on Roosevelt Island, or her favorite knoll in Central Park, or her ex-boyfriend's loft in Soho.

Yeah, I get it. We've had a lot of dead ends. But she had a reason behind this.

To cut a skyline into a sliver of metal without any indication of what it points to or why?

She thought I'd know. Must be some part of her life I'm not remembering.

5V78?!That's my cab! He's driving my cab! Citizen's arrest! Cease and desist!

Cease and desist ’âŽ~‚ˇ‚é

What the hell, Moz? Don't--

Look! Look it! His tag number! That's me!

He has the same taxi medallion.

medallion ƒ^ƒNƒV[–Ć‹–Ř

Mine is legal!

Moz, it's me.

It is! I paid a full rock to be 5V78. Who the hell is this guy?!

Mozzie, relax. Don't-- don't got after him, Mozzie! It's not-- Moz! That's a red light! Can you at least turn off the meter?

I mean, honey, you were hospitalized, Hughes lost his job, Ellen is dead and so is her killer. I mean--

Pratt is dangerous, and I got to stop him.

Then stop him as an FBI agent.

All right, but if Neal has some scheme or heist planned, I'm not a part of it.

Then what are you doing?

Watching. So that I can control the outcome. Honey, I am safe here on the sidelines.

I think it's good he lied to you.

Hi, Neal. Oh, of course he does.

I'm aiding and abetting the fuzz and I'm the one in manacles?

manacle Žčů

You ran five consecutive red lights.

I was apprehending a criminal.

apprehend •ß‚Ü‚Ś‚é

They think you're the criminal. This medallion isn't registered to you.

This is fraud!

Says the man driving a cab under an assumed name. Unless-- is this your real name?

Oh, nice try, suit.

Hal Hoover is just trying to make an honest living.

He's neither honest, nor living. Why is he driving a cab?

To vacuum for tips. From sex lives to stock tips, the Hal Hoover story.

I got them to let you off with a fine. So you're done here.

I'm done?

Yeah, well, somebody should have the key.

Are you aware of the legwork required to legally operate a yellow cab in New York City?

Yes, you can rent or buy a medallion from the Taxi & Limousine Commission.

The potential for profit is enormous!

I know, the medallions are auctioning for about a million dollars each. How did you get yours?

I paid-- in full.

I'm sure you can guess.

Don't want to know.

That medallion is the only thing separating me from being a gypsy, suit. A gypsy!

And now some hack is driving around with a counterfeit.

I get it. Upstanding citizen Hal Hoover has brought me a case.

Wait, so let me process this-- Mozzie drives a cab to gather intel on his fares?

Calls it his yellow girlfriend.

Oh, that makes me uncomfortable.

Well, it's a common phrase amongst cabbies. I reviewed his bill of sale. It's legit. Shows that he purchased the medallion four months ago.

All right, so why does the Taxi & Limousine Commission say Luke Dusarque of Gotham Taxi owns it?

His girlfriend's stepping out.

Cute--

My working theory is that someone from the TLC is manipulating records.

Yeah, but the real owner could file a report.

Well, not if you target victims who would be afraid to report it, like new cabbies or recent immigrants. But whoever stole it is covering their tracks. There's no link to any of the employees at TLC.

Then we go after the buyer. Want us to subpoena Dusarque's records?

You want to put Hal Hoover down as the main testimony backing that request?

You ever ask yourself if it's worth it?

Do I wonder why I don't arrest Mozzie and be done with it?

Yes.

Every time he opens his mouth, I reach for my cuffs. But it looks like he may be right.

So what, then? We ask Dusarque for his records straight up?

Yeah, but I don't think he'll hand them over to an FBI agent.

Peter Billings? Sounds like a TV anchor.

No TLC for my TLC ID?

Oh, I've been waiting on a TLC joke, but that was not good.

I'll work on it.

Please don't.

Peter Billings. I need to see your fare book.

Tlc agents are glorified DMV reps. I wouldn't flash that too much.

glorify ‰hŒő‚đ‚˝‚˝‚Ś‚é

I'm just getting into character.

Please don't.

I'll tell you, guys-- miracle of life? The only miracle is that I didn't get a hernia scrubbing the stains out of my floor mats.

What's he doing here?

His best Columbo impression?

He's not Columbo. I'm Columbo. Get him out of here.

All right.

It's the third time someone's given birth in my cab. I mean, I'm not even a father! I feel like a freaking midwife!

Peter Billings of the TLC. I need to speak with Luke Dusarque, please.

Office.

Thank you.

Frank, bring the keys to 6V92.

I swear, I've never seen that amount of copper pipe in my life.

You know that plastic is the newest thing now, right?

Hey! You... Hal! You drove me to Katz's Deli the other day. I left my wallet in your car.

Oh, yeah. Katz's, right-- the bad tipper.

Really? Bad tipper? Is that why you drove off with $500 of my money? Yeah. Yeah. Not so sassy now, are we? I'd like a word with you, please?

sassy –łě–@‚Č

Whoever said the customer's always right never met the customer, am I right?

That's funny.

You didn't trust Peter and I alone on this?

Three in the hand is better than none in the bush.

Stop trying to make that a saying. Did you get anywhere?

Did I? I was chatting with Earl here. I guess every so often, the cabbies come in and find that Dusarque has left a new car on the lot.

Hmm. If I can get inside that cab, I could hack the GPS.

Oh, and pull a home base on where the medallions are coming from? Well, we don't have time to break in and hot wire it. We'll need the key.

Frank, where are we on those keys?

You have your 5V78 paperwork on you?

They can't take everything away from Hal Hoover. Why?

'Cause a bill of sale looks a lot like a lease agreement to a busy woman.

Let's go get your wallet back.

Look, lady, we dropped you off at your destination, we charged your card, end of story. Luke Dusarque. Wanda said you needed me?

Peter Billings, TLC. Not afraid of losing repeat customers, huh?

Can't let people walk all over you. So?

Yeah, we've had rumors of cabbies giving unreported cash rides. I got to check your records. It's routine. Great. That the year?

The month.

Ah, you mind if I make a few copies of these fare logs?

The rest of them are over there. Let me know if I need to fire anybody. Gotham. This is Luke.

I already told you, buddy, it's not in there!

It's $500, Danny Devito! The least you can let me do is look inside the cab.

Gotham. Please hold.

Can you believe this, Wanda?!Calvin Klein here comes into my place of business and publicly attacks my character!

I don't have time for this. Who are you?

Uh, Hal. I leased 5V78 last week.

Really? You paid $4,000 a month to rent a taxi medallion?

Yeah, I bet you do need some extra cash, pal.

Hey!

Doesn't mean I take something that wasn't mine. Right, Wanda?

Let the man look in the car if it'll settle this.

Thank you!

Frank, I need the keys to 5V78-- stat!

Thank you, Wanda.

You're a very reasonable person... unlike him.

reasonable person “š—‚đ‚í‚Ť‚Ü‚Ś‚˝l

Oh, this one? You have no idea.

Gotham Taxi. Hold, please.

Got the ID number.

Great, I'll be in their firewall within an hour.

All right.

Or I'll simply call the company and requisition their logs.

requisition —v‹‚ˇ‚é

So when I do it, I'm a criminal. But when you do it, you're a patriot?

God bless the government.

Peter Billings, TLC.

I'm going to need you two to step out of the vehicle.

Seriously?

Yeah.

Incredible! Dusarque has all the appropriate paperwork co-opting my medallion and my ride log. The hubris!

Didn't even bat an eye when he handed it over.

These fare logs go back all four months you've owned the medallion.

Yeah, most of these are my fares. Mine. Mine. Mine. Mine... not mine!

All right, that's when the medallion switched hands.

Two Thursdays ago.

Yeah, leaving us with 20 or so addresses above that on the GPS to track down.

You read, I'll search.

1023 East Rivington Street.

...23 East Riving-ton Street. That's a residence of a film producer... that suspended her mail delivery because she's just returning from a film shoot in Romania. And used the cab to return from JFK. Next.

Seriously, Grey Gardens, this is the pace we're gonna go at?

Justice requires patience, Little Edie. All right. All right, 1297 East Houston.

That's a donut shop owned and operated by an 82-year-old man and his wife.

Maybe they're fencing medallions to build a retirement fund? All right, 656 West 125th Street.

That's... The Cotton Club.

I thought that shut down.

They had a soft opening two months ago. Testing the waters for a bigger one. Elizabeth has been begging me to go.

test the water “ŽŒü‚đ‚¤‚Š‚Ş‚¤A˘˜_‚đ‚ ‚ç‚Š‚ś‚ß’˛‚ׂé

Who owns it now? June used to tell me about singing there with Byron.

Two brothers-- Angelo and Delmon Wells. Delmon's recently back from a stint at Rikers. Four years-- B&E. And Angelo... works at the Taxi & Limousine Commission.

That's the guy! He must be selling the medallions!

The club's a cash business.It's the perfect place to clean the profit.

If that's the case, it might show up on their balance sheet.

You ready to go for a ride?

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