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Someone was just here.

Not of their own free will.

Rebecca said she made contact with a man named Boothe. Jones is running background on him now.

You think he wanted the diamond?

If it was him, I'd guess so.

Hey, hey, hey, I'm with the band.

It's all right. Let him in.

See, I told you. Vindication. If you'd listened to me sooner, Suit...

vindication ł“–Ť‚ĚŽĺ’Ł

There's no evidence yet. We're running some tests to see if Neal was here.

If his captor was any good, he'd have wiped everything down.

Maybe not everything.

What do you see?

Wood shavings. Why would there be wood shavings?

He didn't make them trying to set himself free.

Neal knew you'd find this place.

Kessman.

Kessman Building, downtown.

That could be where they took Neal.

It's not the kind of place you take a captive. It's the kind of place you rob.

captive •ß—¸

The Kessman Building... the offices are owned by a who's who of the overly rich and powerful.

Why would Neal lead us there? Jones, what do we have on the suspect?

Mm. Jim Boothe... he's a thief for hire. A couple of high-profile smash-and-grabs in Europe, a ruby heist from the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Usually works alone.

So we have a thief not known for kidnapping and a building that's more target than safe house. What am I missing here?

This is usually where Neal says something.

Look where that's gotten him. Neal knows where he's headed... not typical of a captive.

You think they're working together?

I'm saying he may have adapted to the situation at hand.

So Boothe wants a treasure he can't get. Neal redirects him to something he can. Who in this building would have that something?

It's target-rich. There are over 60 tenants in the building. It could be any one of them.

Yeah. All right, if we can't narrow it down to who, let's figure out how he's getting in.

How would you break in?

Nice try. I know a trap when I see one.

Look, Mozzie, it's not a trap.

I tell you how I'd do it, then you arrest me for intent to commit a crime.

Aren't you a lawyer? You do know that isn't how it works, right?

What's the security like?

It's top-notch... guards at all entrance points, thermal I.D. and corneal scanners to activate the elevators.

For this to work, Woodford can't know you're going in. That means we can't con our way up. If the lobby's impregnable...

That means I'd go in through the roof.

Yeah, but you'd still need to get past the elevators.

Security's focused on keeping people from getting up, but elevators have to go down. fire code is a thief's best friend.

So we wait for night and make our move.

No. Day.

When everyone can see us?

Well, at night, Security's on high alert. During the day, they won't be patrolling the offices. Motion sensors will be off.

So how do we get to the roof?

Pull a Man on Wire. In 1974, Philippe Petit used a bow and arrow to shoot a cable between the World Trade Center towers. Then he tightrope walked across it. But today's security has a man on every rooftop. We'd never make it.

So then what?

I'd need a faster option. Bring up the image of the building. Please. Can you zoom into the left image? Ah, bingo.

Shoot an arrow from that building past the Kessman to the building on the other side.

Then it's just a simple zip line down, drop onto the roof, and I'm in?

That's right. And I'll keep an eye on the rooftop guard from the second building.

One problem. I don't have the equipment for something like that.

I know just the guy.

What's his name?

I can't tell you that.

Why not?

Neal told us to go to the Kessman Building, not to rat out a trusted ally.

rat out –§‚ˇ‚é ally ‹Ś—ÍŽŇ

Mozzie, right now we're following bread crumbs. We need to get ahead of this so we know what we're dealing with.

Neal led us to the building. He has a plan.

And I don't work by Neal's plans.

Suit!

No, Mozzie, no more excuses! If you want me to keep Neal alive, you're gonna give me that name.

Fat Charlie. His name is Fat Charlie.

And you're gonna take me to him.

I get it now.

What's that?

Why Neal likes working with you. With every new case, he gets to think of how he would commit the crime. He gets the thrill of invention without the threat of jail time.

Maybe I'll put an anklet on you next.

I would gnaw my leg off. Oh, listen... Fat Charlie is kind of a tricky guy to deal with, so you should really let me take the lead, okay?

gnaw off ‚Š‚ݐ؂é

By all means.

Mozzie, what do you need?

You Fat Charlie?

Yeah.

Really?

Yeah. Who the hell are you?

Here's the deal... disappear for 24 hours, don't tell a single person, and I'll forget I ever saw this place. Go.

What the hell was that?

We don't have time to protect your relationships.

Uh, ignoring that, that was Fat Charlie. What happens when Boothe and Neal come looking for him?

Boothe, I'd like you to meet... an old friend of mine.

Hello, Neal.

You're Fat Charlie?

I am.

Where's the rest of you?

Never heard that one before. Who's this guy?

Someone new I'm working with. It's good to see you.

You know I'm always here for you. How can I help?

What's happening now?

Peter's giving Neal an opportunity to pass a message... if Boothe has backup, hidden gun, anything we need to know before we move in.

Neal has a plan. We're interrupting it. What if he doesn't want Peter moving in?

He'd need a damn good reason not to.

Oh, you care to make a wager on it?

make a wager on “q‚Ż‚đ‚ˇ‚é

What?

If I'm right and Peter lets Neal continue with his plan, I get to ask you a single question that you must answer honestly.

Deal. And if I'm right, you never set foot in this van again.

Easiest bet I ever made.

Let me take a look. All right. We're good.

All right. Bunker buster arrow, primer cord... are you sure?

About what?

Primer cord. You know that stuff's highly combustible?

combustible ‰Â”RŤ‚Ě

That's exactly why we need it. It's worth the risk.

I'll get what you need.

All right, you win. So what's the question?

Oh, that's the trick of it. I didn't specify when I was going to ask.

The Pink Panthers... the most dangerous gang of thieves in the world. Over the past 20 years, they've stolen a total of $1.2 billion worth of diamonds, gems, and other valuables. No law enforcement agency has ever come close to catching them.

This is Alan Woodford... long suspected to be the leader of the group.

He's also an owner of an office at the Kessman Building.

I think Neal plans to infiltrate the gang.

By robbing them?

Intel says that the Panthers have an audition process. That would make for quite an audition.

Hell of a way to get yourself killed too.

It's not without its dangers, but Neal could have walked away from Fat Charlie's. He didn't.

Can I say what we're all probably thinking? I mean, are we sure Neal's not auditioning to join the group for real?

Mozzie as much as admitted they were planning to run. The FBI reneged on a deal with him. I hate to say it, but he's pretty motivated to turn against us.

renege on –ń‘Š‚đ”j‚é

It's a risk, I know. But for now, we trust Neal. That's it. Go home. Get some rest. Big day tomorrow.

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