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White Color(ƒzƒƒCƒgƒJƒ‰[) ƒV[ƒYƒ“4yŒ´‘čzHonor Among Thieves

...Christ our lord. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

faithful M—Š‚Ĺ‚Ť‚é departed ŒĚl

Amen.

I'm so sorry.

First time I met Ellen, she slammed the door in my face. She was protecting you. We'll figure out who did this, Neal.

slam the door in someone's face –ĺ‘O•Ľ‚˘‚đH‚ç‚í‚š‚é

There's a man Ellen was supposed to meet. He might know. He's an undercover cop.She used to work with him.

What do you know about him?

All I got is a name -- Sam.

But chances are whoever he was investigating is behind this.

Not much to go on.

Maybe not. But I think he's here right now.

How do you want to handle this?

Sam!

That's one way to do it.

I'll go around.

Yep.

Ellen's favorite flower.

Paying respect from afar.

from after ‰“‚­‚Š‚ç

Wouldn't you?

Coming in town for a secret meeting to find the woman I was supposed to meet is... Yeah, I guess I'd be easily spooked.

spook “Ž—h‚ˇ‚é

I need to find him -- let him know we're on his side.

How did Ellen do it?

She didn't tell me.

Well, if this were a normal case, I'd start in her apartment.

Great.

Let's go.

No, no, no. Hold on. Hold on. The marshals have control of the case. It's on complete lockdown.

All right, well, they have to make digital copies of all of her personal effects for the crime-scene report. If you can get that, we might have a lead.

personal effects ŠŽ•i

It won't be easy. I can't promise anything.

Peter... Sam is my best shot at finding out who killed Ellen. I need to find him.

Holding a one-man Irish wake?

wake ’Ę–é‚đ‚ˇ‚é

I figured it was apropos for a woman of Ellen's fortitude.

apropos “KŘ‚Č fortitude •s‹ü

She wasn't Irish.

Well... She was a cop. Close enough. We need to do something.

Peter is coordinating with the marshals.

The marshals aren't gonna share with the Suit. They're notoriously protective. Probably because of their involvement with --

I'm not in the mood for conspiracy theories, Moz.

I was gonna say prisoner transfer -- Alien prisoner transfer.

We do this Peter's way... for now.

First case back.

How does it feel?

Like the higher-ups are watching and waiting for me to screw up.

Oh. Sounds like fun.

It is.

So we need a clean, old-fashioned win. That's why Caffrey's not here?

Ah, he's grieving. I want to give him time to process it. You think that's a bad idea?

Well, you know, personally, I'd keep him close -- keep an eye on him. Idle hands and all that.

I can keep an eye on him with his anklet. Looks like he's... ...right here.

Idle hands. I'll go check on the van.

Thanks, Jones.

You're supposed to be taking some time off.

Come on, Peter. I need to keep busy. Besides, I never pass up a chance to go into the Kessman museum.

That's because you're not allowed in without an FBI escort. Listen, they're watching me on this one. We need to do things strictly by the book.

by the book Œ^‚Ç‚¨‚č‚É

By the book. I swear.

All right, take a look at this.

An ax-5000? It's a cutting-edge black box designed to circumvent the best security systems out there. You shouldn't have, Peter.

cutting-edge Ĺć’[‚Ě circumvent ‰ń”đ‚ˇ‚é

I didn't. It's not a gift. Give it back. It's why we're here. A janitor found this in the basement last night attached to a junction box. It's set to shut off security today at 3:00 P.M.

So someone in the museum is gonna try to make off with a priceless piece of contemporary art.

And we need to figure out who.

All right, we have a mystery thief and an unknown target within the museum. What we do know is that the thief thinks the alarm will turn off in 30 minutes.

Our best bet is to identify him before that and catch him in the act.

best bet Ĺ‘P‚̍ô

Neal, since you're here, you and I will be on the floor as museum patrons.

I have access to all the museum cameras from here.

They had to make the uniform out of polyester, didn't they?

And Diana will go under as a docent.

docent ƒKƒCƒh

Don't you think it's more plausible if you and Diana were the patrons? I mean, a happy couple visiting the museum. She thinks Warhol's cool. You think, "A can of soup's a can of soup."

plausible ‚ŕ‚Á‚Ć‚ŕ‚ç‚ľ‚˘

You want to be the docent.

Listen, if you guys think that's best, I'm happy --

We don't.

You don't think I can do it.

No, I think you'll be great. I mean, I'm sure you know what year Rodin finished "Gates of Hell."

1917.

Trick question! He never finished that piece.

Trick answer -- he died in 1917, which means he was as done as he would ever be.

What if we were both docents?

The museum doesn't want Neal Caffrey, infamous art thief, dressed as one of their employees.

And suddenly I find myself rooting for our mystery thief.

root for ‰ž‰‡‚ˇ‚é

What do you think -- fake baby and a stroller full of tools?

She's wearing sandals. It's not ideal footwear for a robbery.

Too slappy? What do you think of this familiar piece?

Whoever painted it has raw talent. The security here is top-notch. Boiler-plate screws hold each painting frame to the wall. Even with the alarms off, you wouldn't have time to remove it, and cutting it out drastically reduces the value.

raw –˘n‚Č drastically ‘ĺ•‚É

All right. So how would you steal something?

I'd spill my drink on it. Museum staff would be forced to move it to the restoration room.

Much less security back there.

Fewer eyes, and if I timed it right, they'd have already fixed it up good as new.

You'd still need to get it out.

I'd time the guards and wait for an opening.

time ƒ^ƒCƒ~ƒ“ƒO‚đŒŠŒv‚炤 opening Œ„

Mm. All right, so we're looking for a guy carrying a big gulp and checking his watch.

He'd have to be discreet. Good guards are trained to look for watch checkers. Once I got the painting out of the back, it's a matter of hiding it in something innocuous. I might carry it in a souvenir bag, or... Am I boring you?

discreet —pS[‚˘ innocuous –ł“ď‚Č

That woman over there -- It could be a really good song...

Or she's timing the guards. Good eye, Peter.

I don't see any drinks on her or tools of any kind.

What if she doesn't need them? The Chagall exhibit starts next week.

The pieces are already here -- back in the storeroom, where there's fewer security measures.

That's what I'd target.

All right, I'm gonna look over security footage and see where she's been. You can go join Diana.

Oh. You think she needs my help?

No, I just don't like you walking around here without a chaperone.

chaperone ‚¨–Ú•t‚Ż–đ

Wow, that is beautiful. Can you give me a lengthy, detailed history of this piece?

Well, this particular artist wanted an excuse to stare at naked women all day.

Now you're not even trying.

I don't need to try. I won. Any suspects yet?

9:00.

Cute. Damn, she made me.

What, she knows you're FBI?

Nope.

Then what are you...

Absolutely stunning.

Ah... It is...stunning... and challenging.

I like the sound of that.

It's an intriguing piece. Her collapsing form, the shadow dragging her down as she slowly fades away -- it invokes a heartbreaking sense of melancholy.

intriguing –Ł—Í“I‚Č melancholy —JŸT

I disagree. I find it bold, yet still sensual.

sensual ŠŻ”\“I‚Č

I'm Abigail.

Diana.

Do you come here often?

To the museum, I mean.

I don't. But I think I need to start.

Do we have eyes on our suspect?

Yes, we do. And she has eyes on Diana.

Is she getting Diana's phone number?

Who would stop in the middle of a museum robbery to get a date? Don't say it.

Don't bother.

Excuse me?

You can stop working the docent. You're not her type.

I think you got the wrong idea.

Oh. Oh, I'm sorry. I thought I was talking to Neal Caffrey.

And if you were?

I'd tell him I'm a fan... And that it's sad to see him in an anklet.

Look, I got caught, served my time, but it's still nice to visit a museum, reminisce about the old days.

reminisce Žv‚˘o‚É‚Ó‚Ż‚é

You got out of the game. What a loss.

All I can do is live vicariously through others.

vicariously ‘ă—“I‚É

I'll see what I can do.

Keep an eye on her. Let's see where she goes.

Copy that.

Flirting, giving kids a tour. We sure this is our thief?

Where's she headed?

Let me see.

Why, you think she's on to us?

I'm not sure what she's thinking.

The kid touched the art.

Where's Abigail?

She's leaving the building.

This is Abigail Kincaid. She's a personal shopper for the wealthiest of New York's wealthy.

We think she's moved from personal shopping to personal thieving.

It's smart angle. She doesn't need a fence because she already knows the buyers.

Sounds like you got a crush.

She's been linked to a couple of art heists in the past, but nothing ever sticks. We think she usually works alone, but today she had an accomplice.

accomplice ‹¤”ĆŽŇ

Looks like a hardened criminal to me.

hardened ŽD•t‚Ť‚Ě

She paid him $20 to count to 20 and touch the art.

She sees Neal Caffrey, art thief, wonders if her heist has gotten a little crowded.

And she calls an audible.

She's going to assume either you found the black box and disarmed it or the authorities did.

disarm ‰đœ‚ˇ‚é

Either way, she'll need another way in.

Well, it looks like I'm it. She's already sent me a couple of text messages.

Diana, I want you to set up a date with her.

I'll give Abigail a call now.

Where you going? We should listen... So we learn more about her. Aw, she's nervous. She plays with her hair when she's nervous.

Ah, I hadn't noticed.

That's because she's rarely nervous.

All right, let's give her some space. Everybody, take five. Neal, stick around.

You got your bad-news face on.

I spoke with the marshals earlier. They're willing to cooperate on a very limited basis. Look, it's a start.

Well, go above their head, Peter. Submit an FD-125 to the unit chief.

Someone already did their homework, and I already tried that.

We can't lose him.

I know. Give me time.

I don't have time!

I knew it. I brought you in too early.

You're right. I'll get myself under control.

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