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Yes!

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– Way to go, Jamie!
– Thanks, Dad!

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No, yeah, I’m open to the idea
of a different distributor,

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but not increasing the specs
for the batteries themselves.

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Oh, hold on.
I’m getting another call.

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Hey, this is Matt.

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Hello, Matt.
I need you to listen.

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What I am about to tell you
is very important.

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Is this a…
Who is this?

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First, I need you
to understand

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the degree of control I have.

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Keep your eyes
on your daughter.

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You and I both understand
she is vulnerable.

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I have the ability
to exploit that fact.

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– Jamie.
– Aah!

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– Jamie!
– Girls, take a knee.

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What’s wrong?
Honey, talk to me.

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It’s quite simple, Matt.

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I’ve taken control
of your daughter’s pacemaker

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and instructed her SA node to
trigger a 3rd degree AV block.

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Her heart’s electrical
signals have turned off.

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Please, stop.
Why are you doing this?

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Quiet, Matt.
Now I’m going to give you

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some very specific
instructions.

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I want you to do
exactly as I say.

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– Are you ready, Matt?
– Yes.

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You are going to liquidate
a few assets for me.

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Start with
your Union Bank pension

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and your shares
in the company stock.

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– Do you hear me?
– Yes, Union Bank, company stock.

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Just, please,
I’m begging you, stop.

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Please don’t tell anyone
we spoke, Matt.

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Talk to the authorities
and Jamie pays the price.

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I will be in touch.

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Until then, your daughter
can have her heart back.

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Is she okay?

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<i>Do you want some water?</i>

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<i>Way to go, honey.</i>

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I’m into a new deal.
It’s huge.

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After this,
I’m buying an island.

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When should I anticipate
the transfer?

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End of day tomorrow.

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We’re talking $3 million.

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Can you handle that?

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It’s complicated,
but it’s viable.

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Contact me
when you’ve got the crypto.

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Yes! Whoo!

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<font color=#FF00FF>*THE BLACKLIST*</font>
<font color=#00FF00>Season 06 Episode 10</font>

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Episode Title:
<font color=#FFFF00>”The Cryptobanker”</font>

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Is it true you’re
dodging the warden?

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Please tell me
it’s not true.

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If the warden needs to talk,
he can come find me.

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He knows where I am.

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Word is the laundry crew
is planning to strike.

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I have much
larger concerns

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than Warden Macatee
and his laundry crew.

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The government
is more intent than ever

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to stick a needle
in my arm

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for any number of other crimes
I’ve committed.

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An eventuality
I have no intention

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of waiting around for.

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Man, are you
in the wrong place.

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All we do here is wait.

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Yes.

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Which is why I’m leaving.

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Leaving?
Are you…

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You’re not seriously thinking
about breaking out?

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– Yes.
– Okay, that is a bad idea.

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It’s a seedling of an idea.

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It’s immature
at this point,

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but we have two months
to help it grow.

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We? Yeah,
that is not happening.

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Not yet.

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But it will.

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You want me to make a
dinner reservation for you?

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In Chicago?

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Yes. At Gene & Georgetti’s.

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I have an insatiable craving
for their Beef en Brochette,

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or the Chicken alla Joe.

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Maybe both.

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Have you read
the indictment?

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There are 16 counts,

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ranging from money
laundering to murder.

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The judge calendared
eight weeks for the trial.

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So, to be safe,

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make the reservation
for the following week.

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How can you be
so confident?

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I’ll take care
of the trial.

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You take care
of what comes after.

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Your beef brochette.

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My immunity agreement.

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You are full
of fantasies today.

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I’ve uncovered
a conspiracy.

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One that I know is deadly

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and is aimed
at the halls of power.

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But I don’t know why
or when it’ll strike.

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And I won’t until you catch

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the man known
as the Cryptobanker.

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And when you know,
you won’t say

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until they reinstate
your immunity agreement.

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As Hippocrates believed,

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“desperate times
call for desperate measures.”

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I’m pretty sure he also said
“first do no harm.”

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Yes, well,
one aphorism at a time.

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Tell me
about the Cryptobanker.

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A drug cartel spends
$70 million on airplanes.

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A Serbian sex trafficker
drops $40 million on ships

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to smuggle victims
across the Mediterranean.

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How did the people brokering
these deals keep them hidden?

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They took payment in Bitcoin.

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Illegal
activity accounts

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for half of all Bitcoin
transactions.

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36 million
annual transactions

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with a value of
approximately $72 billion.

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And where do they go to launder
their ill-gotten Bitcoin gains?

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To a man known as
the Cryptobanker.

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I need you
to clean three.

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What?

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We agreed installments
wouldn’t exceed two.

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We agreed you’d be compensated
on a sliding scale.

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I can’t imagine Beth
and the girls

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want to move off
Park Avenue.

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The number
is three.

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Make it work.

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All Reddington knows is
that the Cryptobanker is in town.

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So we reached out to

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the Bureau’s
Virtual Currency Initiative,

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looking for someone local
trafficking in Bitcoin,

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and one name stood out,
a hacker known as the RAT.

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It’s an abbreviation
for “Remote Access Trojans”…

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Malware that allows the user

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to lock companies
out of their own servers.

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The hacker then
demands a ransom

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and unlocks the server
once it’s paid.

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In Bitcoin that the
Cryptobanker helps to launder.

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We find the RAT,
we find the Cryptobanker.

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And the RAT’s latest target?

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The leading manufacturer
of pacemakers,

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called Pierson Diagnostics.

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You shouldn’t be here.
I can’t talk to you.

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Mr. Pierson,
many victims of extortion

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keep quiet
for fear of retribution.

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We understand that it’s a
risk for you to trust us.

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We also know that you’ve
liquidated millions in assets.

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Now, we contacted
the SEC’s Cyber Unit

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and traced those assets
using the blockchain.

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You’ve purchased
a large amount of Bitcoin.

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That can’t be a coincidence.

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You’re being leveraged.

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Jamie was born premature,

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with a heart arrhythmia.

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She was so tiny at the time,

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there were no devices on the
market that could help her,

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so, I made one.

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I made this company so that

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she could lead a normal life.

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Your daughter is in danger.

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He has control
of her pacemaker.

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He’d hacked
the software somehow.

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He says that he’ll…

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That he’ll kill her
if I don’t pay.

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The device. Are you able
to disable the malware?

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He says he’s watching me,
that if I attempt

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to manipulate
the software in any way

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or go to the police,
he’ll trigger it.

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We have people
who can figure out

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how he gained access
to the pacemaker.

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Perhaps
we can defuse the threat

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and keep your daughter
out of harm’s way.

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Will you at least listen
to what we have in mind?

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Serving as a juror
in a high-profile case

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is never easy, and this case
will be no exception.

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Before opening arguments,

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I want to thank you
for your service.

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Mr. Sima,
the floor is yours.

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Ladies and gentlemen,

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Raymond Reddington has been
a fugitive from justice

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for more than 25 years.

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Or so we thought.

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In fact,
for the past five years…

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– Objection!
– ..the most wanted man in America

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– has had a secret immunity agreement…
– Your Honor…

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with the very people
sworn to bring him in.

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Is this even remotely
acceptable to you?

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I’ll give you my answer
after I clear the courtroom.

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Bailiff?

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Correct me
if I’m wrong, Mr. Sima,

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but I distinctly recall
the government

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wanting to keep
the immunity agreement secret.

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What changed your mind?

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Is this your way
to force a plea agreement?

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Trade execution
for life in prison?

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Absolutely not.
There’s no deal on the table.

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Come on.

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They’re fitting me
for a Snitch Jacket,

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so even their incompetence
won’t save me.

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On the off chance they win,
I die in prison.

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In the likely event they lose,
I die on the street.

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We have the legal right
to disclose the agreement.

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You also have
a moral obligation not to.

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I couldn’t be less interested
in your views on morality.

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Then maybe I could
interest you in mine.

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Disclosing
Mr. Reddington’s cooperation

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is like imposing
the death penalty by fiat.

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Plus which,
it sends a chilling message

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to any future
confidential informant.

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This case is national news.

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If the government’s decision
to sell out an informant

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goes viral,
no one will want to cooperate.

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Mr. Reddington
is on trial here,

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not the Task Force
he works with.

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As far as I’m concerned,
they’re co-conspirators

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who aided and abetted
his criminal activity.

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Co-conspirators?

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These people are brave,
honorable public servants.

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Mr. Sima may be content
with a scorched-earth policy

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that would burn them
in order to burn me.

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I can only hope
that you’re not.

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I’m not okay with it.

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But you’ve got
no constitutional right

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to keep your
immunity agreement secret,

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so I can’t keep the government
from introducing it.

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It may be contemptible,

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but there’s nothing I can do
to stop it.

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– Did you check the street?
– I didn’t see anything.

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00:09:01,191 –> 00:09:03,176
But that doesn’t mean
that this is a good idea.

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It’s gonna be awesome.

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00:09:09,590 –> 00:09:12,113
Dad,
what are you doing?

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00:09:12,199 –> 00:09:14,293
Oh, you, uh…
you must be Jamie.

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00:09:14,489 –> 00:09:17,105
Honey, we’re building,
uh, something called a…

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Called a Faraday cage.
I’m so sorry we haven’t met.

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I’m Agent Mojtabai.

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You can, uh…
You can call me Aram.

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This is
a super cool room.

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00:09:24,839 –> 00:09:25,885
Not anymore.

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Right, yeah.
Sorry about that.

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I promise I’ll help fix
everything up when we’re done.

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Maybe you could, uh,
you could get some fun wallpaper?

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I don’t want wallpaper.

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00:09:33,363 –> 00:09:35,363
Honey, this is important.
We need to do this.

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What’s a Faraday cage?

242
00:09:37,363 –> 00:09:39,977
Well, it’s sort of like
a force field, uh,

243
00:09:40,062 –> 00:09:42,206
created by a man
named Michael Faraday.

244
00:09:42,292 –> 00:09:43,542
Was he a superhero?

245
00:09:43,628 –> 00:09:45,818
Because only superheroes
have force fields.

246
00:09:45,904 –> 00:09:48,911
He was, uh, kind of.
A scientific superhero.

247
00:09:48,997 –> 00:09:51,566
I can name six superheroes
who have force fields.

248
00:09:52,161 –> 00:09:55,644
Iron Man, Susan Storm,
Apocalypse,

249
00:09:55,816 –> 00:09:58,660
Banshee, Green Lantern,
and Violet Parr.

250
00:09:58,746 –> 00:10:01,027
Actually, uh, Banshee doesn’t
really have a force field…

251
00:10:01,113 –> 00:10:03,308
When he screams,
people back off.

252
00:10:03,815 –> 00:10:05,074
Touche.

253
00:10:05,160 –> 00:10:08,081
Will this force field keep him
from messing with this?

254
00:10:08,167 –> 00:10:10,503
In here, it will.
That’s why we’re building it.

255
00:10:10,618 –> 00:10:11,794
So you’ll be safe.

256
00:10:13,164 –> 00:10:14,425
Cool. Can I help?

257
00:10:14,511 –> 00:10:16,370
Sure. If, uh,
your dad’s all right with it.

258
00:10:16,455 –> 00:10:17,949
Hey.
Okay. Well, here,

259
00:10:18,035 –> 00:10:19,613
grab yourself
a handful of zip ties

260
00:10:19,699 –> 00:10:21,962
and, uh,
let’s get to work.

261
00:10:23,248 –> 00:10:25,066
There’s been
a change of plans.

262
00:10:25,223 –> 00:10:28,576
I’m moving up the timeline
of my impending escape.

263
00:10:28,699 –> 00:10:30,099
Moving up to when?

264
00:10:30,206 –> 00:10:31,808
Thursday at 4:00.

265
00:10:31,964 –> 00:10:33,324
Thursday?
Like tomorrow Thursday?

266
00:10:33,410 –> 00:10:34,488
– At 4:00.
– Hold up.

267
00:10:34,574 –> 00:10:35,917
You said
you had eight weeks.

268
00:10:36,003 –> 00:10:38,442
I said we had eight weeks.
Now we don’t.

269
00:10:38,528 –> 00:10:40,402
The government
has changed its strategy,

270
00:10:40,488 –> 00:10:42,167
so I’m changing mine.

271
00:10:42,253 –> 00:10:44,230
No, no. You said all
you had was a “seedling”

272
00:10:44,316 –> 00:10:45,917
and that it was
“immature.”

273
00:10:46,003 –> 00:10:47,800
Vontae, I have
until tomorrow.

274
00:10:47,886 –> 00:10:49,011
At 4:00.

275
00:10:49,159 –> 00:10:51,839
Here’s a “honeydo” list
to do while I’m in court.

276
00:10:51,925 –> 00:10:53,494
A quarter pound
of ground chuck,

277
00:10:53,580 –> 00:10:54,975
three ounces of bleach,

278
00:10:55,061 –> 00:10:56,866
same amount of paint
or nail polish remover…

279
00:10:57,014 –> 00:10:59,975
Rubber cement, hair clippings
from the prison barber?

280
00:11:00,191 –> 00:11:01,194
What the hell?

281
00:11:01,280 –> 00:11:03,284
– What about the warden?
– What about the warden?

282
00:11:03,370 –> 00:11:05,803
Look, the laundry boys
are ready to walk, okay?

283
00:11:05,889 –> 00:11:07,545
He’s got a problem
on his hands.

284
00:11:07,734 –> 00:11:10,874
Maybe if you help him, he’ll
pull a few strings, help you.

285
00:11:10,960 –> 00:11:12,616
Oh, he’s gonna do
much more than that.

286
00:11:12,702 –> 00:11:14,706
You and the warden. What?

287
00:11:14,792 –> 00:11:16,925
Let’s start with the items
on the list.

288
00:11:17,656 –> 00:11:19,014
Okay.

289
00:11:20,932 –> 00:11:22,588
I’m told
you wanted a word

290
00:11:22,674 –> 00:11:23,983
before I bring out the jury.

291
00:11:24,069 –> 00:11:25,428
To petition the court

292
00:11:25,514 –> 00:11:29,264
not to let Mr. Sima
put the Task Force on trial.

293
00:11:29,350 –> 00:11:31,444
If that’s how he intends
on trying his case,

294
00:11:31,530 –> 00:11:32,552
I can’t stop him.

295
00:11:32,659 –> 00:11:34,315
Very well.
Then I must.

296
00:11:34,423 –> 00:11:36,678
I’ll plead guilty.
On all counts.

297
00:11:36,809 –> 00:11:40,046
But only if Mr. Sima
agrees to instruct the jury

298
00:11:40,132 –> 00:11:41,303
that he was mistaken

299
00:11:41,389 –> 00:11:43,698
about the existence
of an immunity agreement.

300
00:11:43,784 –> 00:11:45,266
You want me to lie in court?

301
00:11:45,352 –> 00:11:47,421
Yes. It plays
to your strengths.

302
00:11:49,967 –> 00:11:51,967
Take the win, Mr. Sima.

303
00:11:54,186 –> 00:11:56,717
Mr. Reddington,
is your guilty plea based,

304
00:11:56,803 –> 00:11:59,896
at least in part, on the fact
that you are guilty of the crimes

305
00:11:59,982 –> 00:12:01,463
– you intend to admit?
– It is.

306
00:12:01,549 –> 00:12:03,108
If I accept
your guilty plea,

307
00:12:03,194 –> 00:12:05,452
you give up the right
to appeal your conviction

308
00:12:05,538 –> 00:12:07,194
and the right
to appeal your sentence.

309
00:12:07,280 –> 00:12:09,155
– Do you understand?
– I do.

310
00:12:10,423 –> 00:12:11,827
The maximum penalty

311
00:12:11,913 –> 00:12:14,397
for a person guilty of
the crimes you’re charged with

312
00:12:14,483 –> 00:12:16,483
is death
by lethal injection.

313
00:12:16,569 –> 00:12:18,577
– Are you aware of that?
– I am.

314
00:12:19,071 –> 00:12:23,452
Has anyone done anything
you think is illegal or unethical

315
00:12:23,538 –> 00:12:25,178
to force you
to plead guilty?

316
00:12:25,264 –> 00:12:27,053
Other than Mr. Sima?
No.

317
00:12:27,139 –> 00:12:29,428
I find your
proposed guilty plea

318
00:12:29,514 –> 00:12:30,865
is supported by facts

319
00:12:31,358 –> 00:12:32,592
and that you are acting

320
00:12:32,678 –> 00:12:34,639
competently and voluntarily

321
00:12:34,725 –> 00:12:36,155
in giving up your rights.

322
00:12:37,058 –> 00:12:38,801
I’m prepared to accept it.

323
00:12:38,887 –> 00:12:40,561
Are you sure
that you want me to?

324
00:12:40,647 –> 00:12:42,819
– Yes, Your Honor, I’m sure.
– Very well.

325
00:12:42,905 –> 00:12:45,639
I accept the defendant’s plea
to the indictment

326
00:12:45,730 –> 00:12:47,732
and find him
guilty as charged.

327
00:12:51,367 –> 00:12:54,397
Okay,
cross your fingers and toes.

328
00:13:03,544 –> 00:13:04,937
Okay.

329
00:13:07,530 –> 00:13:08,925
We’re up.

330
00:13:09,041 –> 00:13:10,738
So it’s working?

331
00:13:12,354 –> 00:13:13,812
How often do you
push software updates

332
00:13:13,897 –> 00:13:15,249
to your
monitoring devices?

333
00:13:15,358 –> 00:13:17,749
Uh, maybe three
or four times a year.

334
00:13:19,248 –> 00:13:20,811
That’s how he got in.

335
00:13:21,353 –> 00:13:22,952
I mean, think about it.

336
00:13:23,757 –> 00:13:25,710
The devices have
built-in access authority.

337
00:13:25,796 –> 00:13:27,960
Why not use
the home monitoras a proxy

338
00:13:28,106 –> 00:13:29,719
for the malware program?
It’s perfect.

339
00:13:29,805 –> 00:13:31,156
Okay, honey,
just a little pinch.

340
00:13:31,242 –> 00:13:32,475
Ow!

341
00:13:33,932 –> 00:13:36,061
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
What are you doing?

342
00:13:36,147 –> 00:13:37,092
Disconnecting
her pacemaker.

343
00:13:37,178 –> 00:13:38,445
No, no. You…
You can’t do that.

344
00:13:38,530 –> 00:13:40,491
We’re offline.
He has no idea.

345
00:13:40,873 –> 00:13:42,704
Ow! Dad, it hurts.
Okay, just hold on, sweetie.

346
00:13:42,789 –> 00:13:43,546
I’ll be done
in a second, okay?

347
00:13:43,632 –> 00:13:45,975
Okay, this is a, uh,
this is a really bad idea.

348
00:13:46,391 –> 00:13:47,397
It’s not.

349
00:13:47,483 –> 00:13:48,912
She has
a simple arrhythmia.

350
00:13:48,998 –> 00:13:50,741
Clipping the pacing leads
on the device

351
00:13:50,827 –> 00:13:52,835
disconnects her
from her abductors.

352
00:14:08,052 –> 00:14:09,838
Excuse me.
What’s going on?

353
00:14:09,991 –> 00:14:12,796
No clue.
We’ve got redundant systems.

354
00:14:12,897 –> 00:14:14,288
This shouldn’t happen.

355
00:14:14,374 –> 00:14:16,663
Where are you going?
This was not part of our plan.

356
00:14:16,757 –> 00:14:18,297
– We agreed to…
– Taking her to a hospital.

357
00:14:18,382 –> 00:14:20,342
She’ll be fine until I can
get her some real help.

358
00:14:21,827 –> 00:14:23,745
Okay, look, as far as I’m
concerned, this is over.

359
00:14:23,830 –> 00:14:25,273
This guy, he won’t just
let you walk away.

360
00:14:25,358 –> 00:14:26,546
But he has no leverage now.
I don’t really

361
00:14:26,631 –> 00:14:28,397
– give a damn what he thinks.
– Just…

362
00:14:30,607 –> 00:14:31,653
Hello?

363
00:14:31,739 –> 00:14:34,240
Hello, Matt. What happened to
your daughter’s pacemaker, Matt?

364
00:14:34,326 –> 00:14:36,053
I took it offline.
I disconnected it.

365
00:14:36,169 –> 00:14:37,398
You’re gonna have to find
someone else to blackmail.

366
00:14:37,483 –> 00:14:40,068
Wrong choice, Matt.
All you had to do was pay the ransom.

367
00:14:40,154 –> 00:14:41,358
It was very simple.

368
00:14:41,444 –> 00:14:44,717
Unfortunately, now things get
considerably more difficult.

369
00:14:44,803 –> 00:14:46,234
Wait. What do you mean
“more difficult”?

370
00:14:46,319 –> 00:14:47,561
By disobeying
my instructions,

371
00:14:47,647 –> 00:14:49,397
you have triggered
a contingency plan

372
00:14:49,615 –> 00:14:52,615
and given me control of your
company’s system-wide files.

373
00:14:52,701 –> 00:14:54,295
All 200,000 patients.

374
00:14:54,381 –> 00:14:55,889
No, no, no,
please, listen.

375
00:14:55,975 –> 00:14:57,881
No, I think
you need to listen, Matt.

376
00:14:58,043 –> 00:15:00,265
I’ve selected 1,000 patients
at random

377
00:15:00,351 –> 00:15:01,693
and programmed
their pacemakers

378
00:15:01,779 –> 00:15:03,928
to deliver a lethal shock
in 24 hours.

379
00:15:04,192 –> 00:15:06,006
I am also increasing my price,

380
00:15:06,105 –> 00:15:07,850
$6 million in Bitcoin.

381
00:15:07,936 –> 00:15:09,546
I will send you
the wallet number shortly.

382
00:15:09,631 –> 00:15:10,858
If you choose to pay,

383
00:15:10,944 –> 00:15:12,615
I will send you
an authentication code

384
00:15:12,701 –> 00:15:13,725
to unlock your system.

385
00:15:13,811 –> 00:15:17,514
If you don’t, a symphony of
hearts falls silent at once.

386
00:15:18,134 –> 00:15:19,639
Your choice.

387
00:15:19,813 –> 00:15:21,748
I will be in touch.
Good day, Matt.

388
00:15:27,859 –> 00:15:30,144
They’re taking Pierson’s
daughter to the hospital.

389
00:15:30,229 –> 00:15:31,297
She’s gonna be okay.

390
00:15:31,383 –> 00:15:33,715
That’s great, but what
about the 200,000 patients

391
00:15:33,800 –> 00:15:36,110
who aren’t having their
pacemakers taken offline?

392
00:15:36,195 –> 00:15:38,592
Pierson has 24 hours
to pay the ransom

393
00:15:38,677 –> 00:15:40,987
or the RAT says
he’ll kill 1,000 of them.

394
00:15:41,072 –> 00:15:43,296
Can they do that? A pacemaker
is a mini defibrillator.

395
00:15:43,381 –> 00:15:44,601
If the heart stops,

396
00:15:44,686 –> 00:15:46,711
it can deliver a jolt of
electricity to restart it.

397
00:15:46,797 –> 00:15:47,844
A safe jolt.

398
00:15:47,930 –> 00:15:50,089
It was, until the RAT took
control over the system.

399
00:15:50,174 –> 00:15:52,222
Now he can recalibrate
the amount of electricity

400
00:15:52,307 –> 00:15:53,790
that gets delivered,

401
00:15:53,875 –> 00:15:55,793
turning a safe jolt
into a lethal one.

402
00:15:55,878 –> 00:15:57,555
Get Pierson
to get us a list of everyone

403
00:15:57,641 –> 00:15:59,146
with a Pierson Diagnostics
pacemaker.

404
00:15:59,231 –> 00:16:01,836
Aram, I want that list
on my desk within the hour.

405
00:16:01,922 –> 00:16:04,766
We can’t notify 200,000
people on the down low.

406
00:16:04,979 –> 00:16:06,680
I mean, once word of this
gets out,

407
00:16:06,765 –> 00:16:08,500
Pierson Diagnostics
is finished.

408
00:16:08,586 –> 00:16:11,336
A small price to pay
to save all those at risk.

409
00:16:14,195 –> 00:16:15,469
What is it?

410
00:16:16,296 –> 00:16:18,227
Reddington pleaded guilty.

411
00:16:21,918 –> 00:16:24,156
Ladies
and gentlemen of the jury,

412
00:16:24,242 –> 00:16:26,188
the defendant
has pleaded guilty,

413
00:16:26,274 –> 00:16:28,227
so this trial
will not take place.

414
00:16:28,313 –> 00:16:31,266
Instead, we’re moving directly
to the sentencing phase.

415
00:16:31,352 –> 00:16:32,590
To aid in your decision,

416
00:16:32,675 –> 00:16:34,593
each side will be given
the opportunity

417
00:16:34,678 –> 00:16:36,969
to present
witness impact statements.

418
00:16:37,209 –> 00:16:39,078
Mr. Charleston,
for the record,

419
00:16:39,163 –> 00:16:40,742
please state your profession.

420
00:16:40,828 –> 00:16:42,257
For the past six years,

421
00:16:42,342 –> 00:16:44,742
I’ve served as Deputy
Administrator of the ATF.

422
00:16:44,828 –> 00:16:48,430
In that time, have you
investigated the defendant?

423
00:16:48,587 –> 00:16:50,940
We have 24 cases
that target Mr. Reddington.

424
00:16:51,026 –> 00:16:53,648
Cases in which people
were killed?

425
00:16:54,266 –> 00:16:56,273
13 that we know of.

426
00:16:56,843 –> 00:16:58,543
But those are only
the ATF cases.

427
00:16:58,628 –> 00:16:59,703
Meaning?

428
00:16:59,789 –> 00:17:03,014
Meaning Treasury ran several
joint cases with the ATF

429
00:17:03,211 –> 00:17:04,664
in which lives were lost.

430
00:17:04,781 –> 00:17:07,336
Interpol has coordinated
with law enforcement around the globe

431
00:17:07,627 –> 00:17:09,677
in an attempt
to apprehend Mr. Reddington.

432
00:17:09,864 –> 00:17:12,652
MI6. Mossad.
Russian SVR.

433
00:17:12,737 –> 00:17:14,002
To my knowledge,
this man is wanted

434
00:17:14,087 –> 00:17:15,539
in every country
he’s set foot in.

435
00:17:15,625 –> 00:17:18,875
We couldn’t catch him because
he has resources everywhere,

436
00:17:19,095 –> 00:17:21,449
in law enforcement,
governments around the world,

437
00:17:21,625 –> 00:17:23,898
the private sector,
the penal system.

438
00:17:24,190 –> 00:17:26,391
He wields a great power
and influence

439
00:17:26,480 –> 00:17:28,305
over these men and women,

440
00:17:28,477 –> 00:17:31,211
loyal associates
who will do whatever he asks.

441
00:17:31,297 –> 00:17:32,866
I can assure you, right now,

442
00:17:32,952 –> 00:17:34,930
Reddington has people
doing his bidding,

443
00:17:35,680 –> 00:17:37,203
whatever that may be.

444
00:17:37,331 –> 00:17:39,729
Now, I don’t know who they
are, but they’re everywhere.

445
00:17:39,946 –> 00:17:42,438
And the only way to stop them
is to stop him.

446
00:17:42,523 –> 00:17:46,270
Capital punishment.
Like cutting out a cancer.

447
00:17:46,625 –> 00:17:47,966
It’s the only option.

448
00:17:58,789 –> 00:18:01,511
The minute the Feds threatened
to take us down with him,

449
00:18:01,597 –> 00:18:02,703
he gave up.

450
00:18:02,789 –> 00:18:04,837
He pleaded guilty
to protect us,

451
00:18:04,923 –> 00:18:06,363
and they’re gonna
kill him for it.

452
00:18:06,449 –> 00:18:07,781
Unless he has a plan.

453
00:18:07,867 –> 00:18:09,281
It doesn’t appear
that he does,

454
00:18:09,367 –> 00:18:11,445
but with Reddington,
appearances can be deceiving.

455
00:18:12,614 –> 00:18:13,852
We have a lead on the RAT.

456
00:18:13,953 –> 00:18:15,680
Aram got the company
to put together a list

457
00:18:15,766 –> 00:18:18,516
of patients with Pierson
Diagnostics pacemakers.

458
00:18:18,602 –> 00:18:20,236
It turns out there’s
one person on the patient list

459
00:18:20,321 –> 00:18:21,586
who wasn’t a patient.

460
00:18:21,749 –> 00:18:23,516
Oleg Gromov,
a Russian national

461
00:18:23,602 –> 00:18:25,141
who’s in the country
on a student visa.

462
00:18:25,228 –> 00:18:27,396
We ran a trace on his cell.
He’s at a cafe in Georgetown.

463
00:18:27,481 –> 00:18:28,836
A patient
that’s not a patient?

464
00:18:28,922 –> 00:18:31,538
Gromov bought a pacemaker
but never had it installed.

465
00:18:31,624 –> 00:18:34,367
He also pays a monthly fee
to Pierson Diagnostics

466
00:18:34,453 –> 00:18:36,023
to get updates
for his home monitor.

467
00:18:36,109 –> 00:18:37,813
Go. See if this kid
can explain

468
00:18:37,899 –> 00:18:40,281
why he’s paying for a pacemaker
service he doesn’t need.

469
00:18:41,123 –> 00:18:44,000
Liz, tell Reddington, if there’s
anything that we can do…

470
00:18:44,086 –> 00:18:47,180
He knows.
That’s why he’s done this.

471
00:18:48,539 –> 00:18:50,806
<i>♪ Out of my head,
not feeling right</i>

472
00:18:50,891 –> 00:18:53,593
<i>♪ Worm in my apple
when I took a bite</i>

473
00:18:53,678 –> 00:18:57,509
<i>♪ I think something’s off</i>

474
00:18:59,775 –> 00:19:01,823
<i>♪ Missing a screw,
I’m pretty sure</i>

475
00:19:01,908 –> 00:19:04,148
<i>♪ Doing my laundry
at the hardware store</i>

476
00:19:05,275 –> 00:19:08,898
<i>♪ I think something’s off</i>

477
00:19:09,792 –> 00:19:14,383
<i>♪ I think something’s off</i>

478
00:19:15,536 –> 00:19:17,680
– <i>♪ Something’s off ♪</i>
– Hey, it’s me.

479
00:19:17,766 –> 00:19:19,233
Yeah, the funds
are on deposit,

480
00:19:19,319 –> 00:19:20,953
but, uh,
we have a situation.

481
00:19:21,112 –> 00:19:22,461
I need to see you.

482
00:19:22,570 –> 00:19:24,430
Yes, now.

483
00:19:31,487 –> 00:19:34,133
Tell me about this situation.

484
00:19:34,959 –> 00:19:36,883
Police. Feds.
I’m not sure which.

485
00:19:36,969 –> 00:19:38,493
I don’t know why
they were looking for me,

486
00:19:38,578 –> 00:19:40,492
but better safe than sorry.

487
00:19:41,753 –> 00:19:43,078
What do they know?

488
00:19:43,172 –> 00:19:44,898
I said I don’t know.
I’ll handle it.

489
00:19:45,581 –> 00:19:48,149
I just need you to get
the transfer done right away.

490
00:19:54,207 –> 00:19:55,617
You know what?

491
00:19:56,203 –> 00:19:57,562
You’re right.

492
00:19:57,766 –> 00:19:59,758
Better safe than sorry.

493
00:20:15,240 –> 00:20:16,758
Cooper thinks you have a plan.

494
00:20:16,844 –> 00:20:18,811
Harold is
an eternal optimist.

495
00:20:18,897 –> 00:20:20,734
He’s optimistic
that you giving up

496
00:20:20,820 –> 00:20:22,445
isn’t what
it appears to be.

497
00:20:22,684 –> 00:20:24,817
You don’t have to worry
about me.

498
00:20:25,289 –> 00:20:26,500
Why?

499
00:20:26,680 –> 00:20:28,273
Because you have a plan?

500
00:20:28,558 –> 00:20:30,594
Or because you’re
gonna be dead soon?

501
00:20:33,181 –> 00:20:35,961
I understand witnesses
you’ve never even met

502
00:20:36,047 –> 00:20:38,563
are testifying under oath
that you’re evil incarnate.

503
00:20:38,649 –> 00:20:42,273
Apparently I’m a moral
scourge and a malignant tumor.

504
00:20:42,369 –> 00:20:43,742
I’d like to present
the other side.

505
00:20:43,828 –> 00:20:46,262
No. They’re taking
witness impact statements.

506
00:20:46,348 –> 00:20:48,962
No witness has been impacted
by you more than me.

507
00:20:49,063 –> 00:20:50,416
It won’t change
the outcome.

508
00:20:50,533 –> 00:20:52,361
– I want to testify.
– Ah.

509
00:20:57,192 –> 00:21:00,635
Fine. Short and to the point.

510
00:21:00,703 –> 00:21:02,533
Why? Do you have somewhere
you have to be?

511
00:21:02,619 –> 00:21:04,641
Gene & Georgetti’s
would be nice.

512
00:21:04,727 –> 00:21:06,859
I’ve decided to go
with the double lamb chops

513
00:21:06,973 –> 00:21:08,455
instead of
the Beef en Brochette,

514
00:21:08,540 –> 00:21:10,461
and definitely
the Chicken alla Joe.

515
00:21:10,547 –> 00:21:14,172
What I say might not make
a difference, but it could.

516
00:21:14,563 –> 00:21:16,524
Why would you want me
to rush through it?

517
00:21:16,640 –> 00:21:18,992
Unless you don’t care
what’s on their minds

518
00:21:19,115 –> 00:21:21,598
because Cooper’s right,

519
00:21:22,258 –> 00:21:24,130
you have a plan.

520
00:21:28,570 –> 00:21:31,694
Agent Keen, you’re a criminal
profiler, are you not?

521
00:21:32,086 –> 00:21:32,984
Yes.

522
00:21:33,070 –> 00:21:34,898
Top of your class
at Quantico?

523
00:21:34,984 –> 00:21:37,851
I was 15th
in a class of 200.

524
00:21:37,944 –> 00:21:41,446
You’ve been trained
to think like a criminal.

525
00:21:42,303 –> 00:21:43,712
By the very best.

526
00:21:45,287 –> 00:21:46,865
Profile me.

527
00:22:01,204 –> 00:22:02,783
You’re a fugitive.

528
00:22:05,027 –> 00:22:07,287
You live
a fugitive’s existence.

529
00:22:07,531 –> 00:22:10,520
Fleeting. Transient.
Impermanent.

530
00:22:13,490 –> 00:22:17,545
Almost exclusively, this is how
you interact with the world…

531
00:22:20,440 –> 00:22:23,857
in short, brief,
passing encounters.

532
00:22:26,584 –> 00:22:30,186
I say “almost” because this is
not how you interact with me.

533
00:22:32,172 –> 00:22:33,923
With me

534
00:22:35,033 –> 00:22:36,756
you are enduring…

535
00:22:39,924 –> 00:22:41,506
permanent.

536
00:22:42,319 –> 00:22:44,139
The world thinks
you’re bad

537
00:22:44,225 –> 00:22:47,043
because you’ve done
some terrible things.

538
00:22:48,531 –> 00:22:50,583
But I believe you’re good

539
00:22:50,690 –> 00:22:53,506
in spite of the terrible
things you’ve done.

540
00:22:54,045 –> 00:22:55,841
And I know that
you’re not here today

541
00:22:55,927 –> 00:22:57,639
because of
those terrible things.

542
00:22:57,725 –> 00:23:00,779
You’re here today
because of love.

543
00:23:01,027 –> 00:23:03,725
Love brought you
out of the shadows.

544
00:23:04,432 –> 00:23:07,803
Love put you on the street
corner where you were caught.

545
00:23:08,260 –> 00:23:12,084
And not just the love
of a father for his daughter,

546
00:23:12,468 –> 00:23:13,666
but the love of doing

547
00:23:13,752 –> 00:23:15,639
what you believe is right.

548
00:23:17,201 –> 00:23:20,600
And not necessarily
for yourself, but…

549
00:23:21,556 –> 00:23:24,561
..what’s right for
the greater world around us.

550
00:23:26,703 –> 00:23:30,076
A world you love so much.

551
00:23:35,249 –> 00:23:37,943
But I can’t tell you
about any of that.

552
00:23:38,707 –> 00:23:40,943
He pleaded guilty
to prevent me

553
00:23:41,029 –> 00:23:44,201
from telling you about
his many acts of conscience

554
00:23:44,372 –> 00:23:46,647
because if I did,
it would be bad for me,

555
00:23:47,171 –> 00:23:51,123
for my career,
for my reputation.

556
00:23:52,249 –> 00:23:56,709
To honor me, he’s put
himself at your mercy.

557
00:24:00,265 –> 00:24:02,404
And so to honor him,

558
00:24:04,605 –> 00:24:06,311
I have to ask you

559
00:24:07,701 –> 00:24:10,225
to be merciful in return.

560
00:24:18,809 –> 00:24:21,147
Because of you, 1,000
people are still at risk.

561
00:24:21,233 –> 00:24:22,918
We identified the man
who threatened your daughter.

562
00:24:23,003 –> 00:24:24,662
I paid the ransom but didn’t
get the authentication code

563
00:24:24,747 –> 00:24:25,748
to unlock the servers.

564
00:24:25,834 –> 00:24:27,054
Why? Because you
went after him.

565
00:24:27,139 –> 00:24:28,163
We’re in Gromov’s apartment,

566
00:24:28,248 –> 00:24:29,818
have an APB on the plates
on his car.

567
00:24:29,904 –> 00:24:31,279
We will find him,
the computer,

568
00:24:31,365 –> 00:24:32,780
and the authentication code
that’s on it.

569
00:24:32,865 –> 00:24:33,918
His deadline’s
in three hours.

570
00:24:34,003 –> 00:24:35,702
We can debate how we got
into this mess later.

571
00:24:35,787 –> 00:24:37,453
Right now, I need your help
in getting us out of it.

572
00:24:37,538 –> 00:24:38,749
Well, I’ll help us
get out of this mess,

573
00:24:38,834 –> 00:24:40,544
but how we got into it
is not up for debate.

574
00:24:40,629 –> 00:24:42,166
That’s all on you.

575
00:24:44,744 –> 00:24:47,222
Cooper. Aram,
you’re on speaker.

576
00:24:47,308 –> 00:24:49,061
There’s no sign of him
or his computer.

577
00:24:49,147 –> 00:24:51,198
Or a key
or an authentication code

578
00:24:51,284 –> 00:24:52,866
that’ll take
the malware offline? Nothing.

579
00:24:52,951 –> 00:24:54,256
Only the docking station,

580
00:24:54,342 –> 00:24:56,022
which I assume
he uses for his laptop.

581
00:24:56,108 –> 00:24:58,146
The docking station.
Is there a serial number on it?

582
00:24:58,231 –> 00:24:59,899
Of course.
That is genius.

583
00:24:59,985 –> 00:25:01,490
The serial number IDs
the computer

584
00:25:01,576 –> 00:25:03,457
and the company
that made it.

585
00:25:03,543 –> 00:25:06,412
Okay. If we get it,
we can access the computer

586
00:25:06,498 –> 00:25:08,155
through the company’s
remote diagnostic software.

587
00:25:08,240 –> 00:25:09,343
Which gives us an IP address

588
00:25:09,428 –> 00:25:10,834
as soon as
the computer’s turned on.

589
00:25:10,920 –> 00:25:11,928
I found you.

590
00:25:12,014 –> 00:25:13,648
The, uh… the serial
number, not the RAT.

591
00:25:13,733 –> 00:25:14,944
Tell SWAT
to stay on-site,

592
00:25:15,030 –> 00:25:16,740
then get back here
and set up that backdoor.

593
00:25:16,825 –> 00:25:18,069
The second
that computer’s turned on,

594
00:25:18,154 –> 00:25:19,662
I want to be able to find it.

595
00:25:20,564 –> 00:25:23,561
Mr. Sima, closing arguments?

596
00:25:28,968 –> 00:25:30,466
You’ve heard testimony

597
00:25:30,552 –> 00:25:31,664
about the extent

598
00:25:31,750 –> 00:25:33,460
of the defendant’s
criminal empire,

599
00:25:33,631 –> 00:25:35,318
as well as the pain
and suffering

600
00:25:35,404 –> 00:25:36,428
his crimes have caused.

601
00:25:36,514 –> 00:25:37,627
So off with his head!

602
00:25:37,713 –> 00:25:39,894
– Mine, not his.
– Your Honor…

603
00:25:39,980 –> 00:25:41,946
Mr. Reddington, you’ll have
your turn in a moment.

604
00:25:42,032 –> 00:25:45,849
Yes, but as I plan to echo
what Mr. Sima says,

605
00:25:45,935 –> 00:25:47,654
I thought we might
skip over him saying it.

606
00:25:47,740 –> 00:25:49,724
He’s asking
for the death penalty.

607
00:25:49,810 –> 00:25:51,221
You plan on echoing that?

608
00:25:51,307 –> 00:25:52,435
I do.

609
00:25:52,566 –> 00:25:55,693
One trait of mine
that Agent Keen’s

610
00:25:55,779 –> 00:25:59,881
otherwise exquisite profile
left out was optimism.

611
00:26:00,116 –> 00:26:03,064
Hope for a better tomorrow.

612
00:26:03,242 –> 00:26:06,779
A desert safari
on the Wahiba Sands.

613
00:26:06,865 –> 00:26:10,112
Riding with the bagualeros
in Patagonia.

614
00:26:10,247 –> 00:26:12,555
None of that
would be possible

615
00:26:12,641 –> 00:26:14,607
if I were sentenced
to life in prison.

616
00:26:14,693 –> 00:26:16,896
There’d be nothing to hope
for, and without hope,

617
00:26:17,036 –> 00:26:18,881
nothing to live for.

618
00:26:18,967 –> 00:26:22,043
Not even the joy
of interrupting Mr. Sima

619
00:26:22,129 –> 00:26:24,287
to make his point,
only pithier.

620
00:26:24,373 –> 00:26:27,310
As we’re all agreed
I should be executed,

621
00:26:27,500 –> 00:26:30,961
I feel like we should
wrap this up, don’t you?

622
00:26:31,178 –> 00:26:32,427
What’ve we got?

623
00:26:32,513 –> 00:26:34,218
The guy you want in the
car you’re looking for.

624
00:26:34,303 –> 00:26:35,545
Have the crime techs
come through?

625
00:26:35,630 –> 00:26:37,256
Everything’s been
bagged and tagged.

626
00:26:37,342 –> 00:26:38,974
Here’s the evidence list.

627
00:26:40,414 –> 00:26:41,609
No laptop.

628
00:26:43,068 –> 00:26:44,896
Where are we on
setting up the backdoor link

629
00:26:44,982 –> 00:26:46,584
– to Gromov’s computer?
– Done and done.

630
00:26:46,670 –> 00:26:48,608
When he turns it
on, it should ping me a location.

631
00:26:48,693 –> 00:26:50,068
Agent Ressler.
Anything?

632
00:26:50,154 –> 00:26:51,864
Gromov’s dead.
Shot in the head.

633
00:26:51,950 –> 00:26:53,631
Whoever did it
took his laptop.

634
00:26:53,717 –> 00:26:55,615
The Cryptobanker?
Could be. Could be anyone.

635
00:26:55,701 –> 00:26:57,155
Alive or dead,
that signal is

636
00:26:57,241 –> 00:26:58,355
still set to go out
at the deadline.

637
00:26:58,440 –> 00:26:59,897
Whoever has the computer,
we’ll get a trace

638
00:26:59,982 –> 00:27:02,108
– as soon as they turn it on.
– Yeah, if they turn it on.

639
00:27:02,193 –> 00:27:03,888
Deadline’s in
90 minutes. Get back here.

640
00:27:03,974 –> 00:27:04,999
Yep.

641
00:27:29,559 –> 00:27:31,574
Reddington! Let’s go.

642
00:27:31,660 –> 00:27:34,230
The warden’s ready for you.

643
00:27:44,523 –> 00:27:46,527
Michael said
you decided to get smart

644
00:27:46,613 –> 00:27:47,926
and help broker some peace.

645
00:27:48,012 –> 00:27:49,668
Yes. I had a thought or two.

646
00:27:49,754 –> 00:27:51,496
What’s your idea?

647
00:27:51,949 –> 00:27:53,941
That’s quite an animal
you’ve got there.

648
00:27:54,027 –> 00:27:55,160
That’s Duke.

649
00:27:55,246 –> 00:27:57,870
Reminds me of a pooch
that lived down the block

650
00:27:57,956 –> 00:27:59,416
when I was a kid.

651
00:27:59,502 –> 00:28:01,449
Always hot and cold.

652
00:28:01,686 –> 00:28:04,574
Wet kisses one day,
stitches the next.

653
00:28:04,660 –> 00:28:06,347
I got an appointment at 5:00
with the wife,

654
00:28:06,433 –> 00:28:09,027
– so tell me…
– I’ve heard you’re in couples therapy.

655
00:28:09,160 –> 00:28:12,144
That must be
quite an undertaking.

656
00:28:12,534 –> 00:28:13,902
What’s your idea?

657
00:28:13,988 –> 00:28:17,691
Well, for starters,
two inmates will be critical

658
00:28:17,777 –> 00:28:19,449
to these negotiations…

659
00:28:19,667 –> 00:28:22,274
Vontae Jones
and Vega Montero.

660
00:28:22,375 –> 00:28:23,980
Neither of them
work the laundry.

661
00:28:24,066 –> 00:28:26,121
But they both have
worked there in the past,

662
00:28:26,207 –> 00:28:29,207
they have a perceptive yet
pragmatic take on the issues,

663
00:28:29,293 –> 00:28:32,730
and both are trusted
by all parties concerned.

664
00:28:32,816 –> 00:28:34,402
I think we should
bring them in on this.

665
00:28:34,488 –> 00:28:35,691
I’m late.
It’ll have to wait.

666
00:28:35,777 –> 00:28:37,949
Come on, Jim.
You asked for my help.

667
00:28:38,035 –> 00:28:39,988
It’ll take, what,
10 minutes?

668
00:28:40,074 –> 00:28:42,246
To prevent
a laundry strike?

669
00:28:45,561 –> 00:28:46,543
Loretta…

670
00:28:46,629 –> 00:28:49,051
..send up Vontae
Jones and Vega Montero.

671
00:28:49,137 –> 00:28:51,246
I can’t hear you, Jim.
It’s the line.

672
00:28:51,344 –> 00:28:53,097
Sounds like you’re underwater.

673
00:28:54,130 –> 00:28:58,019
Send up Vontae Jones
and Vega Montero.

674
00:28:59,636 –> 00:29:02,191
My goodness,
look at that pronghorn.

675
00:29:02,277 –> 00:29:03,629
Good eye.

676
00:29:03,715 –> 00:29:05,130
Most people
can’t tell the difference

677
00:29:05,215 –> 00:29:06,676
between
species of antelope.

678
00:29:06,762 –> 00:29:08,558
Boy, that’s a beaut.

679
00:29:08,807 –> 00:29:10,340
I took that
prairie goat there

680
00:29:10,426 –> 00:29:12,637
with a bow
on the Dakota plains.

681
00:29:13,019 –> 00:29:14,926
34-inch compound.

682
00:29:15,028 –> 00:29:17,621
Pope & Young
pronghorn state record,

683
00:29:17,707 –> 00:29:19,203
if that means
anything to you.

684
00:29:19,555 –> 00:29:21,306
Scored a 90 and…

685
00:29:31,916 –> 00:29:34,437
Thanks, Bob.
I’ll take it from here.

686
00:29:34,616 –> 00:29:36,198
Jim?

687
00:29:36,284 –> 00:29:38,890
The fellas are here.
Should I send them in?

688
00:29:41,720 –> 00:29:43,070
Jim?

689
00:29:44,206 –> 00:29:45,874
Jim!

690
00:29:46,458 –> 00:29:47,703
Send ’em in.

691
00:29:47,789 –> 00:29:49,273
All right!

692
00:29:49,405 –> 00:29:50,718
You go ahead, boys.

693
00:29:55,784 –> 00:29:58,109
– What happened to the dog?
– High as a kite.

694
00:29:58,197 –> 00:30:00,240
We only have about 10 minutes
if this is gonna work.

695
00:30:00,326 –> 00:30:02,086
Where’s the hair
and the glue?

696
00:30:07,461 –> 00:30:09,609
Someone needs to strip
the warden.

697
00:30:10,062 –> 00:30:11,711
Any takers?

698
00:30:16,408 –> 00:30:19,228
The company confirmed that
more than 18,000 patients

699
00:30:19,354 –> 00:30:21,384
have had their
pacemakers removed,

700
00:30:21,470 –> 00:30:23,173
but the vast majority remain at risk

701
00:30:23,259 –> 00:30:24,987
as a result of the malware attack

702
00:30:25,073 –> 00:30:26,416
on the company’s servers.

703
00:30:26,501 –> 00:30:28,596
Pierson Diagnostics
stock collapsed

704
00:30:28,682 –> 00:30:29,885
with news of the recall,

705
00:30:29,971 –> 00:30:32,619
but CEO Matt Pierson says
his sole concern

706
00:30:32,705 –> 00:30:34,877
is for his patients’
well-being.

707
00:30:34,994 –> 00:30:36,315
Thirty-two minutes left.

708
00:30:36,401 –> 00:30:38,081
Even with an IP address,
there’s no guarantee

709
00:30:38,166 –> 00:30:39,602
that we’ll get to the
computer in time

710
00:30:39,687 –> 00:30:41,252
to disconnect the malware.

711
00:30:42,440 –> 00:30:44,220
I have a problem…

712
00:30:44,580 –> 00:30:46,222
And an opportunity.

713
00:30:46,604 –> 00:30:48,362
You can’t be here.

714
00:30:49,018 –> 00:30:52,446
A client became a liability.

715
00:30:52,764 –> 00:30:54,478
That’s the problem.

716
00:30:54,713 –> 00:30:56,062
This…

717
00:30:58,011 –> 00:30:59,708
Is the opportunity.

718
00:31:02,604 –> 00:31:04,612
I can’t handle that amount.

719
00:31:04,784 –> 00:31:07,284
I’m not asking you to do
it on a sliding scale.

720
00:31:07,401 –> 00:31:10,651
I’m offering you 40%
of the total amount.

721
00:31:11,395 –> 00:31:13,179
Can you handle it now?

722
00:31:15,486 –> 00:31:18,244
Okay, that’s it.
The computer, it is on.

723
00:31:18,596 –> 00:31:19,762
You have a location?

724
00:31:19,848 –> 00:31:22,517
Uh, the diagnostics
program is booting up.

725
00:31:22,648 –> 00:31:25,088
Come on.
Come on! Come on.

726
00:31:25,174 –> 00:31:27,487
You wanna stay in this broom
closet for another 20 years,

727
00:31:27,573 –> 00:31:30,701
get a gold watch and
a retirement you can’t afford?

728
00:31:30,786 –> 00:31:33,612
This is our shot.
What about the client?

729
00:31:33,698 –> 00:31:36,533
None of this is traceable.
Not the Bitcoin and not the client.

730
00:31:36,618 –> 00:31:39,338
Wash this, and the lifestyle
Beth’s been used to?

731
00:31:39,424 –> 00:31:41,538
She can double it.

732
00:31:41,768 –> 00:31:43,330
Okay, that’s it. I got it.

733
00:31:43,416 –> 00:31:45,674
The IP address belongs to
the First Bank of Maryland,

734
00:31:45,760 –> 00:31:47,065
399 North Avenue.

735
00:31:47,150 –> 00:31:49,291
And, hang on,
I know who has it.

736
00:31:49,377 –> 00:31:51,722
I used the diagnostics program
to grab a screenshot

737
00:31:51,807 –> 00:31:53,289
from the webcam.

738
00:31:53,374 –> 00:31:56,096
Gromov’s dead. His
computer ends up at a bank.

739
00:31:56,182 –> 00:31:57,768
I say we’re looking at
the Cryptobanker.

740
00:31:57,904 –> 00:31:59,643
Aram, send the photo
to bank security,

741
00:31:59,728 –> 00:32:01,928
then roll out
with Ressler and Navabi.

742
00:32:02,014 –> 00:32:03,513
You’ve got half an hour.

743
00:32:07,867 –> 00:32:10,779
Look, Mr. Reddington,
I don’t wanna be all negative.

744
00:32:10,935 –> 00:32:13,357
I’m not so sure this is
working out like you thought.

745
00:32:13,443 –> 00:32:15,311
It’ll work.

746
00:32:15,568 –> 00:32:18,029
Most people aren’t
particularly observant.

747
00:32:18,115 –> 00:32:19,896
They tend to see
what they want to see.

748
00:32:20,083 –> 00:32:22,318
With the hat and the
glasses, it’ll work.

749
00:32:22,966 –> 00:32:25,122
But this is
the whole plan?

750
00:32:25,263 –> 00:32:27,185
Oh.
High school theater?

751
00:32:27,271 –> 00:32:29,849
Man, they got 28 guards
on staff right now.

752
00:32:29,935 –> 00:32:32,888
I don’t need to
get past 28 guards.

753
00:32:32,974 –> 00:32:34,544
I only need to get past
two or three.

754
00:32:34,630 –> 00:32:36,755
Jim,
you better get moving.

755
00:32:36,841 –> 00:32:37,818
You’re gonna be late.

756
00:32:37,904 –> 00:32:40,292
Connie will have you sleeping
on the davenport again.

757
00:32:40,700 –> 00:32:41,946
On my way.

758
00:32:42,285 –> 00:32:43,419
I can’t hear you.

759
00:32:43,505 –> 00:32:45,123
I said I’m on my way.

760
00:32:45,318 –> 00:32:47,849
Could you grab me
a Yoo-hoo from the machine?

761
00:32:47,935 –> 00:32:50,536
– My blood sugar.
– Okeydokey, Jim.

762
00:32:53,896 –> 00:32:58,021
Handcuff yourselves to
the bars on the window.

763
00:32:58,107 –> 00:33:00,240
Tell them
I threatened your lives,

764
00:33:00,426 –> 00:33:02,435
forced you to cooperate.

765
00:33:04,804 –> 00:33:06,396
How do I look?

766
00:33:07,146 –> 00:33:08,896
Don’t answer that.

767
00:33:09,189 –> 00:33:11,146
– All right, come on, Duke.
– Time to wake up.

768
00:33:11,257 –> 00:33:12,818
Let’s go, kid.

769
00:33:23,812 –> 00:33:25,033
I’m sorry.
He did what?

770
00:33:25,118 –> 00:33:27,294
He asked the jury
to execute him.

771
00:33:27,380 –> 00:33:29,552
He didn’t even try to make
a case for life in prison.

772
00:33:29,638 –> 00:33:30,943
Why? What did he say?

773
00:33:31,029 –> 00:33:32,388
He said that,
if he was locked up,

774
00:33:32,474 –> 00:33:34,172
he would have nothing
to live for.

775
00:33:34,257 –> 00:33:36,622
Look, I know you think he’s
got some plan up his sleeve,

776
00:33:36,747 –> 00:33:39,716
but I don’t know.
There’s something wrong.

777
00:33:39,802 –> 00:33:41,990
Have you spoken with him?
I’m at Colton now.

778
00:33:42,107 –> 00:33:44,661
– I’m gonna figure out.
– What the hell’s going on.

779
00:33:44,746 –> 00:33:47,333
<i>♪ Whoa,
thought it was a nightmare</i>

780
00:33:48,779 –> 00:33:52,305
<i>♪ Lord, it was so true</i>

781
00:33:52,406 –> 00:33:54,758
<i>♪ They told me
don’t go walking slow</i>

782
00:33:54,843 –> 00:33:57,247
Elizabeth Keen here to see
Raymond Reddington.

783
00:33:57,730 –> 00:33:59,005
Sign here.

784
00:33:59,413 –> 00:34:01,341
He’s in with the warden now.

785
00:34:01,427 –> 00:34:02,521
I’ll take her, Frank.

786
00:34:02,607 –> 00:34:05,466
<i>♪ Better run
through the jungle ♪</i>

787
00:34:05,792 –> 00:34:07,925
<i>♪ Better run
through the jungle ♪</i>

788
00:34:09,436 –> 00:34:13,268
<i>♪ Whoa, don’t look
back to see ♪</i>

789
00:34:13,470 –> 00:34:16,650
<i>♪ Thought I heard a rumblin’ ♪</i>

790
00:34:16,735 –> 00:34:18,661
<i>♪ Calling to my name ♪</i>

791
00:34:20,365 –> 00:34:23,979
<i>♪ Two hundred million guns
are loaded ♪</i>

792
00:34:24,299 –> 00:34:28,466
– <i>♪ Satan cries, “Take aim” ♪</i>
– What the… Jeez-and-Crackers!

793
00:34:29,870 –> 00:34:31,208
Jim?

794
00:34:31,853 –> 00:34:33,388
Jim!

795
00:34:37,756 –> 00:34:39,888
♪ Whoa, don’t look
back to see ♪

796
00:34:44,327 –> 00:34:46,286
You stay. You stay.

797
00:34:49,115 –> 00:34:51,198
Dembe,
I’m 10 seconds out.

798
00:34:51,307 –> 00:34:53,570
Raymond, you must hurry.

799
00:35:20,363 –> 00:35:21,713
Raymond, guards.

800
00:35:25,412 –> 00:35:27,106
Go, go! Go, go!

801
00:35:29,590 –> 00:35:31,594
Wait!

802
00:35:31,679 –> 00:35:33,640
You need to abort now.
They’ll fire on you!

803
00:35:33,725 –> 00:35:34,902
No, we can make it.
No.

804
00:35:35,284 –> 00:35:36,932
Go! Go!

805
00:36:28,666 –> 00:36:30,080
Agent Ressler, FBI.

806
00:36:30,166 –> 00:36:31,612
Don Simmons.
We spoke on the phone.

807
00:36:31,737 –> 00:36:33,219
Your suspect’s
on the second floor.

808
00:36:33,304 –> 00:36:35,369
As advised,
we didn’t make contact.

809
00:36:40,311 –> 00:36:42,306
That’s the sound
of your ship coming in.

810
00:36:43,269 –> 00:36:45,256
I won’t be able to keep that
amount from hitting the books.

811
00:36:45,341 –> 00:36:46,736
By the time it does,

812
00:36:46,970 –> 00:36:49,135
you’ll be on the
island of your choice.

813
00:36:52,571 –> 00:36:54,312
It’s the last door
on the left.

814
00:37:00,975 –> 00:37:02,495
FBI. Hands up. The
laptop, where is it?

815
00:37:02,594 –> 00:37:03,902
Whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa, whoa.

816
00:37:03,987 –> 00:37:05,338
It’s right here.
It’s right here.

817
00:37:05,423 –> 00:37:07,123
Keep your hands
where we can see them.

818
00:37:07,208 –> 00:37:08,907
Put the bag down. Take
your hands out of the bag.

819
00:37:08,992 –> 00:37:10,735
Right in here.
Do what she says, sir. Stop!

820
00:37:10,820 –> 00:37:12,128
Please stop! SAMAR: Take
your hands away from the bag!

821
00:37:12,213 –> 00:37:13,344
Very slowly.
Gun!

822
00:37:13,823 –> 00:37:15,694
Oh! Aah!

823
00:37:16,944 –> 00:37:18,282
He was gonna shoot her.

824
00:37:18,368 –> 00:37:19,962
Okay, Aram.
He had his gun out.

825
00:37:20,047 –> 00:37:21,525
Keep your hands up.
Keep your hands up.

826
00:37:21,610 –> 00:37:23,188
The computer, Aram.

827
00:37:23,274 –> 00:37:25,126
Come on. We need
the authentication code.

828
00:37:25,212 –> 00:37:26,431
Okay.

829
00:37:26,517 –> 00:37:29,204
– Um, is he, uh…
– Is he gonna make it?

830
00:37:29,290 –> 00:37:30,929
He’ll be fine,
but 1,000 people won’t be

831
00:37:31,014 –> 00:37:32,096
if you don’t get
the authentication code

832
00:37:32,181 –> 00:37:33,366
in less than two minutes.

833
00:37:33,451 –> 00:37:34,399
He had the computer,

834
00:37:34,485 –> 00:37:36,603
so he obviously knows
the password.

835
00:37:37,458 –> 00:37:38,978
I need that password.

836
00:37:40,023 –> 00:37:41,642
Aah!

837
00:37:41,982 –> 00:37:45,639
A-star-7-H-34-A!

838
00:37:45,755 –> 00:37:47,061
Aah! Ugh.

839
00:37:48,439 –> 00:37:49,687
All right, Aram,
talk to me.

840
00:37:49,772 –> 00:37:51,384
What’s going on?

841
00:37:51,563 –> 00:37:52,853
Oh, boy.

842
00:37:54,000 –> 00:37:56,133
Someone get Pierson
on the phone, please.

843
00:37:58,263 –> 00:37:59,527
This is Pierson.

844
00:37:59,613 –> 00:38:01,618
Mr. Pierson,
this is Aram Mojtabai.

845
00:38:01,704 –> 00:38:02,889
I need you to,
uh, give me just a minute.

846
00:38:02,974 –> 00:38:04,649
Okay,
we’re running out of time.

847
00:38:10,401 –> 00:38:11,752
Okay, all right,
I got it.

848
00:38:11,837 –> 00:38:13,972
Mr. Pierson, I’m gonna give
you an authentication code

849
00:38:14,057 –> 00:38:16,235
that you need to type
into the ransomware prompt.

850
00:38:16,320 –> 00:38:19,369
You cannot get this wrong
or transpose a digit,

851
00:38:19,454 –> 00:38:21,937
or we could get locked out
or trip a bypass…

852
00:38:22,022 –> 00:38:23,373
Okay, I got it.
The number. Go.

853
00:38:23,458 –> 00:38:25,114
Okay. 7S-…

854
00:38:25,199 –> 00:38:26,593
7S-…

855
00:38:26,678 –> 00:38:28,639
8#0…
8#0…

856
00:38:28,724 –> 00:38:31,598
D7D…
D7D…

857
00:38:31,683 –> 00:38:32,861
Okay. Wait, wait, wait,
wait, wait, wait.

858
00:38:32,946 –> 00:38:34,514
Wait, uh, uh,
just to double-check,

859
00:38:34,599 –> 00:38:37,564
Agent Ressler, is, uh, is that
the letter “O” or a zero?

860
00:38:37,650 –> 00:38:39,306
It’s a zero.
Okay, go.

861
00:38:39,392 –> 00:38:40,665
Now. Hit “enter” now.

862
00:38:43,956 –> 00:38:45,264
We’re back.

863
00:38:45,350 –> 00:38:48,615
Agent Mojtabai,
thank you.

864
00:38:49,571 –> 00:38:51,060
You’re welcome.

865
00:38:52,087 –> 00:38:54,435
Oh, and, uh,
I would do a fresh install

866
00:38:54,521 –> 00:38:55,818
of all
the affected pacemakers

867
00:38:55,904 –> 00:38:57,568
even though the malware
is disabled.

868
00:38:57,685 –> 00:38:58,930
And, uh,
please tell Jamie

869
00:38:59,015 –> 00:39:00,453
I’d totally
come help redecorate

870
00:39:00,538 –> 00:39:01,715
her room if she wants.

871
00:39:01,800 –> 00:39:03,154
I’ll let her know.

872
00:39:11,228 –> 00:39:13,240
You know, if you had told
me what you were up to,

873
00:39:13,334 –> 00:39:15,553
I wouldn’t have shown up
and gotten in the way.

874
00:39:15,748 –> 00:39:17,506
Tell me about
the Cryptobanker.

875
00:39:17,592 –> 00:39:20,205
Not that it matters now,
but we have him in custody.

876
00:39:20,291 –> 00:39:22,053
He did business in Cairo

877
00:39:22,156 –> 00:39:24,421
with a man who can
unlock the conspiracy.

878
00:39:24,537 –> 00:39:26,584
What good will that do?
You pleaded guilty.

879
00:39:26,670 –> 00:39:28,178
Dembe photographed

880
00:39:28,305 –> 00:39:30,048
a transaction
report between them.

881
00:39:30,264 –> 00:39:32,373
Get it.
Show it to him.

882
00:39:32,459 –> 00:39:35,073
Get him to tell you where
he sent the laundered money.

883
00:39:35,191 –> 00:39:37,499
An account number.
An address.

884
00:39:37,585 –> 00:39:39,342
For the man in Cairo.

885
00:39:39,438 –> 00:39:42,053
Everything rests
on finding him.

886
00:39:45,529 –> 00:39:50,023
What you said in your profile.
It was very kind.

887
00:39:53,131 –> 00:39:54,899
Let’s hope
the jury is, too.

888
00:39:55,045 –> 00:39:58,498
♪ Twisted like a wicked tree ♪

889
00:39:58,741 –> 00:40:01,834
♪ La, la, la, la ♪

890
00:40:02,044 –> 00:40:05,876
♪ You’re runnin’
from those words you speak ♪

891
00:40:06,039 –> 00:40:09,392
♪ La, la, la, la ♪

892
00:40:09,477 –> 00:40:11,521
♪ They gonna hunt you down… ♪

893
00:40:11,686 –> 00:40:15,131
This is a transaction report
generated by a business deal

894
00:40:15,222 –> 00:40:17,029
between you
and a man in Cairo.

895
00:40:17,115 –> 00:40:20,163
I’m gonna ask you one
question about this report.

896
00:40:20,303 –> 00:40:22,451
Answer it honestly
and I’ll tell Main Justice

897
00:40:22,537 –> 00:40:24,798
you provided the FBI
with vital intel.

898
00:40:24,883 –> 00:40:26,539
I’m giving you a gift.

899
00:40:26,662 –> 00:40:28,560
I hope you’re smart enough
to take it.

900
00:40:28,646 –> 00:40:32,482
Madam Foreperson, has the
jury reached a verdict?

901
00:40:32,568 –> 00:40:33,834
We have, Your Honor.

902
00:40:33,943 –> 00:40:35,555
I never know
a client’s identity.

903
00:40:35,726 –> 00:40:37,256
This report indicates
you laundered

904
00:40:37,342 –> 00:40:39,459
$5 million worth
of Bitcoin for him.

905
00:40:39,550 –> 00:40:41,119
So you may not know
his identity,

906
00:40:41,204 –> 00:40:42,845
but you know
where you sent him his money.

907
00:40:42,961 –> 00:40:44,537
And that’s my question.

908
00:40:44,623 –> 00:40:47,236
His money…
Where did you send it to him?

909
00:40:47,457 –> 00:40:49,809
I can’t tell you that
because I don’t know.

910
00:40:50,068 –> 00:40:52,396
I didn’t send it to him.

911
00:40:52,560 –> 00:40:55,037
I have to
find the man in Cairo.

912
00:40:55,910 –> 00:40:58,170
Mr. Reddington,
please stand.

913
00:40:59,003 –> 00:41:02,459
Madam Foreperson,
does the jury believe

914
00:41:02,545 –> 00:41:05,240
the defendant deserves
the death penalty?

915
00:41:06,826 –> 00:41:08,178
Yes.

916
00:41:10,059 –> 00:41:12,537
Are there any
mitigating circumstances?

917
00:41:12,627 –> 00:41:14,021
No.

918
00:41:14,584 –> 00:41:16,893
Your Honor
I ask you to set

919
00:41:16,979 –> 00:41:19,818
the jury’s
recommendation aside.

920
00:41:19,974 –> 00:41:22,865
It was your recommendation
to them.

921
00:41:23,420 –> 00:41:24,787
A moment of madness.

922
00:41:24,873 –> 00:41:27,381
Or a hope that
you would have escaped by now?

923
00:41:27,554 –> 00:41:30,123
Without hope,
one is hopeless.

924
00:41:31,457 –> 00:41:34,437
I’m going to accept
the jury’s recommendation.

925
00:41:34,639 –> 00:41:37,178
Based on the crimes
you’ve pleaded guilty to,

926
00:41:37,311 –> 00:41:40,326
you’ve not only lost your
right to live as a free man,

927
00:41:40,412 –> 00:41:43,068
but under the laws
of the United States,

928
00:41:43,266 –> 00:41:46,248
you have lost your right
to live at all.

929
00:41:46,739 –> 00:41:49,732
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