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White Color(ƒzƒƒCƒgƒJƒ‰[) ƒV[ƒYƒ“4yŒ´‘čzIdentity Crisis

So, this is what a secret spy message looks like.

According to the journal Mozzie found, 7-2-3 requested this lady Culper check this paper every morning for a code. So Mozzie placed his own ad.

Well, that's only a little bit crazy. What does it mean?

Well, during the war, the Culpers had to travel the Long Island Sound from British to American territory.

Sounds dangerous.

It was. So, what they did is they hid codes on a clothesline by the shore to communicate.

clothesline •¨Šą‚ľ‚´‚¨ shore ŠCŠÝ

Gives new meaning to "dirty laundry." So, Mozzie's using the old clothesline code. That's kind of cute.

No, don't encourage. But undergarments symbolize the person you want to contact. And then the handkerchiefs were where they were supposed to be.

undergarment ‰ş’…

So the petticoat is the female spy Mozzie wants to meet.

Yes, the female spy descendant. Ah. Now, he wants to meet at 9:00 A.M.

Where?

Well, back in the day, four handkerchiefs referred to an old pub on 16th and 2nd Avenue.

Well, that's Stuyvesant Park now.

Yeah, so we're going to Stuyvesant Park.

Oh. That's them, about to ruin a perfectly good Saturday.

Well, honey, you get to go on a treasure hunt. You love treasure hunts.

I'm only going on the off-chance that the gunman sees this ad and shows up.

Morning, Peter.

Neal.

Suit.

Havisham.

Hi.

Hey.

Got everything we need for a day of intrigue.

Mrs. Suit, it's been way too long!

Oh, it has, and I see you've fallen back into the routine of torturing my husband.

fall back into Š×‚é torture ‹ę‚ľ‚ß‚é

Old habits.

Ah, the Suit will see it my way. "Time makes more converts than reason" -- Thomas Paine's "Common Sense."

You're the last person who should be quoting "Common Sense."

Mozzie, do you really think you're gonna swap intel with a spy in the East Village?

Indeed. You know, I once entertained the idea that my birth parents were spies.

There's no chance you'll ignore that, right?

No.

Right.

Have fun.

No one's recognized me yet. Keep your eye out for Ichabod Crane. I'm completely exposed out here.

keep an eye out for ŒŠ’Ł‚é

Neal, I'm using an outdated CIA spy kit that, according to Mozzie, he once hoped belonged to his parents. Tell me why you're encouraging this before I get sent back to evidence.

I don't think you want to know. You'll get all tense, and you'll make that grimace, and...

grimace ‚ľ‚Š‚ß‚Á–Ę

There. It's like I'm getting a massage. Talk.

Now I'm tense. Oh. Oh, that does help.

Talk.

Okay. You know Mozzie is an orphan.

Yeah.

Well, an orphan's gonna wonder about his parents. So, he imagined they were spies.

Mozzie's first conspiracy theory and his coping mechanism.

coping ‘Ώˆ

Occasionally, something happens that triggers Mozzie to revisit his childhood.

Occasionally ‚˝‚Ü‚É

He falls into a spy cycle?

Do not mention Valerie Plame in his presence.

So, if this female Culper descendant actually shows up, he might spiral back to his childhood delusions?

delusion –Ď‘z

Yeah. When Ellen told me my dad was corrupt --

You ran from the truth.

Yeah, and became a self-fulfilling prophecy. Mozzie tells himself these stories to maintain his faith in the world.

self-fulfilling ŽŠŒČ’BŹ‚ľ‚‚‚ ‚é prophecy —\Œž

But not in the government.

His faith, however limited, is all that separates a man with a conscience from a man without one.

conscience —ǐS

I knew I was right.

So much for a delusion.

So much for ‚ŕ‚Í‚â‚ą‚ę‚Ü‚Ĺ‚ž

Agent 7-2-3?

Agent 3-5-5.

No names. Perfect. Actual spies don't greet each other by code.

They do in airport novels.

I was busy working on the flag.

Oh. Good. I thought that stupid Culper descendant book might've caused you to go dark. You know the press actually contacted me to verify it?

It's frustrating that our existence came into question.

come into question ‹^‚í‚ľ‚­‚Č‚é

As if there's even a question.

Mm. So, do you have the letters?

I do. I'm still concerned about their preservation.

preservation •ŰŽç

Preservation? O-of course. I can assure you they will be...preserved.

I know I keep harping on it. It's the librarian in me.

harp on ‚­‚Ç‚­‚ÇŒJ‚č•Ô‚ˇ

Oh. Commendable profession, 3-5-5.

Commendable ÜŽ^‚ˇ‚ׂŤ

Call me Tempest. No need to pretend about the Culper code with me.

That's a mark against Mozzie's theory.

What's your name?

Oh, he'll find a way to ignore it.

You can just call me 7-2-3. I take the Culper code very seriously.

I love how invested you are in our ancestry. Family history is very important.

Yes, it's, uh, vital to know who we come from.

vital ‹É‚߂ďd—v‚Č

I take it you found the infirmary?

infirmary •a‰@

The infirmary? Of course, I found the infirmary. The -- the infirmary. Yes, o-of course.

The flag, the letters, the infirmary -- a-are they making it up as they go along?

The infirmary. Why do I know that?

Where is it?

Uh, all in good time.

all in good time Žž‚Ş—ˆ‚ę‚Î

We made a deal -- the letters for the infirmary.

The storage unit used to be an infirmary.

I wonder why that's so important.

Well, hopefully, we'll find out.

If you won't hold up your end, I'll be going.

hold up one's end ŽŠ•Ş‚̐ӔC‚đ‰Ę‚˝‚ˇ

Uh, t-the infirmary is downtown. I-it's now a facility known as Hester's Storage.

These letters have been in my family for generations. Please be careful when you test them.

This has been a pleasure, 3-5-5.

Recognize someone?

Yeah. All right. Intercept Mozzie. Get him out of here. I'm gonna have a chat with our friend.

FBI! Put down your weapon!

I-I-I've been mugged twice. I'd like to see a badge.

Put your gun on the ground now.

All right. How about the badge? All right. My apologies. I reached for my wallet, you reached for the gun. My instinct kicked in, all right?

kick in ě“Ž‚ˇ‚é

You have a permit for this?

I'd be drawn and quartered if I didn't. Go ahead.

drawn and quartered “‚˘”ą‚đŽó‚Ż‚Ä

You match the physical description of an assault suspect. I'm gonna need you to come in, answer a few questions.

You were just at Stuyvesant Park on a whim?

on a whim ‹C‚Ü‚Ž‚ę‚Ĺ

No, I read an ad in today's newspaper. I thought I'd be able to interview some Culper spy descendants.

Well, why would you want to interview the Culper spies after you've already written a book about them? You writing a second book?

Yes. Yes. Some asinine critics seem to have missed the vision of my first.

asinine ƒoƒJ‚Č

And you aim to prove them wrong?

Once I definitively prove that the Culpers remain active, I will be lecturing at Harvard with tenure.

What's your connection to the Culpers?

I have none. The closest I come to the revolution is my penchant for tea.

penchant D‚Ý

You simply want to be the first person to prove that they still exist?

With psychoanalytic skills like that, you should be in the profiling department.

Tell you what else I see -- a disgraced egomaniac who's playing an unorthodox game of "Capture the Flag."

disgraced ‰˜–ź‚𕉂킳‚ę‚˝ unorthodox Œ^”j‚č‚Č

I am looking for the flag. So are a lot of other people. It is not a crime.

No, but attacking the man known as 7-2-3 in his home is.

And I do hope that you are able to capture whomever is responsible for that.

I think I have. Finding that flag, by any means necessary -- that would go a long way to restoring your reputation.

by any means necessary •K—v‚Ć‚ ‚ę‚Ή˝‚Ć‚ľ‚Ä‚ŕ

I'm an academic. Do you really think I would stoop to such measures?

stoop —Ž‚ż‚Ô‚ę‚Ä

You were pretty quick with that gun.

I was mugged! Y-- Well, it's -- it's there in the report. Now, if you can't charge me with anything, I'm going to leave.

What, you can't hold Stringer on anything?

Except he tried to kill me!

We have a circumstantial witness report, and his gun permit cleared, despite his itchy trigger finger.

Is Diana still putting leaves on the Townsend family tree?

I'm about to talk to her. The letters reveal anything?

Not yet. But Mozzie's mixing chemicals right now to test for something called "a sympathetic stain."

Ah, the invisible ink Washington used to pass messages to the Culpers. Of course that would make an appearance.

You really know your Culper history.

I've been catching up. Washington was quite an innovator.

For a guy who never told a lie, he certainly stretched the truth a lot.

For a guy `‚Ě‚í‚č‚É‚Í

It is the mark of a great politician. I'm ready.

All right.

Mozzie's ready. I'll let you know if we find anything.

All right.

You think Tempest has kids? Must be hard to raise kids as a spy.

Nearly impossible, I'd imagine. So, we got everything we need to read between the lines?

You know, there are those who say that the coining of that phrase is Washington's greatest achievement. Here. Light that up. Okay. Now, be careful. "The secret is in your eyes."

the coining of that phrase Œž—t‚đ‚‚­‚é

I think I know what that means.

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