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A Karen Kates painting. I'm telling you, Barry, it's just sitting there waiting to be grabbed. I've got it all worked out. It's the perfect plan.

I'll spell out all the details for Zev.

While you do that, I'll convince Siegel that someone's gonna rob the museum.

I'm hearing chatter. I mean, I don't know who the thief is, but word is it's gonna happen soon.

Stakeouts are time-intensive, Neal. I mean, "soon" could mean you and me sitting out there for weeks. You sure?

time-intensive ŽžŠÔ“I§–ń

Yeah, it's good intel. Look, you know what? I don't want to push it, so...

No, no, no. Tell you what. I'll run it up the flagpole.

All right.

What?

I just feel like I should be the one to pitch it to Peter.

pitch ”„‚荾‚Ţ

Why is that?

I don't want you putting your neck on the line. It's my intel. I should be responsible for it in case it's bad.

put one's neck on the line ŠëŒŻ‚É‚ł‚炡

I'll pitch it to Peter.

Okay.

All right, Siegel is paranoid that I'm always pulling a con. So we'll use that to launder the con through him. By the time Peter hears about it, it'll all sound like it was all Siegel's idea.

You feel good about this intel?

I do. My source seemed pretty confident.

Already with reliable sources. Haven't wasted any time since coming to the City.

The wicked don't rest. Neither should we, right?

wicked ˆŤl

No. I have to say I'm jealous. I love a good stakeout.

Well, you're welcome to join us.

Oh. I wouldn't mind if I do.

That'd be great, but come on, you have the Yankees game today.

I do. I do. Maybe tomorrow then.

Sure.

Stakeout approved. Good luck, you two.

Won't be the same without you.

Hey, Peter. I have more forms for you to sign.

And I'm gonna have carpal tunnel by the end of the month. I don't know how Hughes handled all this paperwork.

He had a stamp with his signature on it.

With Caffrey around, I'll risk the carpal.

Is it strange?

Hmm?

Yeah, I mean, seeing Caffrey running around on cases with Siegel, and you're sitting up here?

It is. It is, but there are a lot of changes going on around here. I mean, your promotion, Diana's baby, Siegel... Change is good.

Yankees tickets good.

Yes. Yes, Yankees tickets. Which reminds me, I have to get going. I've got to jump on our underground street to beat traffic. Long story.

When's the last time you checked Caffrey's anklet?

Oh...

Peter...?

Ten minutes ago. He's home, probably painting something he shouldn't be.

Ah, baked parchment. Just like mama used to make.

All right, the book is attached to an A90 pressure plate, so I won't be able to remove it. Fortunately, we only need chapter 13.

How frustratingly intriguing of him.

Well, at least we know where the chapter is. 13 gilded pages means 13 chapters. Let's hope Mosconi didn't write a foreword. If all Hagen wants is the chapter, then it's not about the value of the book.

foreword ‘O‘‚Ť

No. It's about the information on the pages.

Moz, you can leave those pages blank. Nobody's going to see them.

Uh, not soon. No. But eventually, they will. And when that day comes, my manifesto will finally get the attention it deserves.

Uh-huh. Do you think Zev took the bait?

I followed him this morning. He's already prepping for it. The museum closes at 5:30. I said that I was turning off the security cameras at 6:00 P.M. And that I was breaking in 15 minutes later, just to be safe.

Which means Zev will break in at 6:00.

In reality, I'm doing all that at 5:50. That's when you go in.

All right, so I got ten minutes until Zev gets there, I'll steal it, get out, and then arrest him with Siegel.

We know Zev will find a way in. What's yours?

You never gave me your name.

Hi.

Hey.

Didn't I? Sorry. Rebecca.

Neal. I was hoping I'd run into you.

run into ‹ô‘R‚ɉ

Yeah?

Yeah. I was also hoping I'd get here before the museum closed, but...

One out of two isn't bad.

No. It's definitely not.

I always forget to take this thing off. I swear I think I... I think I even wore it to dinner last week.

I have something here I thought you might be able to help me out with.

What is it?

Well, you tell me.

How old is this? I mean, it looks Mid-Renaissance.

Yeah.

But there's a rhythm to the language that's... If I didn't know better, I'd say that's the President in a flying saucer. Okay, whoever did this is either brilliant or insane. Hi.

Hi.

Oh, my gosh, I, um... I have a thing that I am late for...

Yeah.

That now I really wish I didn't have...

I understand.

But I am. I better...

Rebecca.

Yeah?

I need that back.

Oh. Right. Sorry. Bye.

Bye.

Hey.

Get in. Let's set up our post across the street.

Showing up early. I like that.

I wanted to get a quick look at the museum beforehand. But you knew that from checking on my anklet.

Didn't check. Yet. I was too busy apartment shopping over in the Village.

What'd you think?

You may be a con man, but you were right about that pizza.

What'd I tell you?

So I got you something.

Aw, man. You didn't have to. Thank you. I didn't get you anything.

You catch me a bad guy, we'll call it even.

All right.

Well, I have to say, the owner's box has officially spoiled me. That's the only way to watch a ball game from now on.

spoiled ŠĂ‚â‚Š‚ł‚ę‚˝

You and me both.

Oh, really? I didn't think you were watching the game half the time.

Well, all that glad-handing can be a bit distracting.

glad-handing ‘劽Œ}

Wasn't what I was talking about. I mean, yes, Peter Burke was there watching, but it seemed like your mind was somewhere else. Could it have been a stakeout?

I used to live for a stakeout. The radio, deviled ham from my wife, good conversation, and then arresting the bad guy.

And now you're stuck eating amazing food, watching your favorite sports team with the most amazing seats in the house.

With my lovely wife.

I was wondering if you were gonna put that part in.

They said I could join them. It's not that late.

I mean, you definitely could. Or you could rip off the band-aid.

Elevator buttons. Really? Wow.

Well, someone's gotta make 'em. My grandfather realized that, created a monopoly on the business.

monopoly “Ɛč

Probably because nobody else wanted to.

Their loss, our millions.

Why the FBI? I mean, you come from money. There are a lot of things you could've done.

I grew up knowing bankers and stockbrokers, trust fund kids. Just got to a point where I realized I was surrounded with criminals, only they wore suits and had great lawyers.

So you decided to do something about it.

Well, you could argue that the elevator button kid never really fit in. This is all petty revenge.

Ah, okay.

I get bored easily. I like to keep things interesting.

Yep. It's a riot around here.

riot ‘›“Ž

We are sitting outside a museum right now, and we're waiting for a guy to steal a painting. Come on, tell me you don't love that.

It was just a lot more exciting when I was the guy doing the stealing.

Yeah, that's why I like being your handler, Neal. You're either gonna make my career or you're gonna ruin it. There's no middle ground with you.

And you find that exciting?

beat making buttons.

Hey. 11:00.

What am I looking at, besides a bad hairstyle?

That guy's gone around the perimeter two times now.

Could be just a guy taking a stroll.

Come on, how many guys you know take a stroll with a bag that big? One that's big enough to carry all the tools he'd need to break in?

All right. I'll call it in.

No, no, if I'm wrong, we're gonna spook the real thief.

All right. Let's approach him.

Wait, no. One of us should stay here. In case it's a false alarm, we can keep an eye out.

Yeah, that's a good idea, Neal. Stay put.

Eight minutes, Caffrey.

Did I miss anything?

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