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Any trouble planting
the evidence, Mr. Kreese?
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Should turn up in his office
within 36 hours.
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I don't think
this one's going to work.
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The guy's clean.
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Now.
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Our friend the state's attorney
is clean now,
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but he did a stint
in juvenile detention,
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another in drug rehab.
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All we have to do is add a whiff
of scandal
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and let the media
follow the trail
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all the way back
to those old sins.
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But who cares?

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The public loves him.
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The public has been lied to,
Mr. Kreese.
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Told all their lives
they can have the good life,
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but no one ever gets it.
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Every year,
they work a little longer,
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and their house
is worth a little less,
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their retirement fund
gets a little smaller.
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And when the people get upset,
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they start looking
for someone to blame,
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someone they can take down.
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The public has to love him,
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otherwise, none of this works.
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Only our heroes fall,
Mr. Kreese.

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The rich and powerful
take what they want.
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We steal it back for you.
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Sometimes, bad guys
make the best good guys.
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We provide...leverage.
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So, this 13-year-old
future State's Attorney
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steals a concession worker's
uniform,
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we go from food stand
to food stand
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telling them that
we've run out of franks
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in the right-field bleachers -It works.
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And they never caught on?
No.
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Only after we had scammed
more free food
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than we'd eat in a season.
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I remember they asked us

for our ticket stubs.


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Which, by the way, we didn't have
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because we hopped the turnstiles.
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Then...they asked to speak
to our fathers.
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And Nate says -I'll never forget this -44
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he says, "Who do you think taught us
to hop the stiles in the first place?"
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I've never tried to hide
how bad things got for me
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when I was a kid.
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But I put the drugs behind me,
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walked a straight line ever
since -- swear on my mother.
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Okay.
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So...
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So, this guy,
Reed Rockwell -52
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Professional career assassin.

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He represents your opponent
in the next election.
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He sends you these photographs
along with a note.
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Then the next day,
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an aide finds a bottle
of Vicodin in your office.
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It wasn't mine.
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Okay.
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I broke an ankle playing ball
with my kids a few years back.
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I wouldn't even take the
painkillers the doctor prescribed.
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But now all this character
Rockwell has to do
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is file a lawsuit
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anything -a fender-bender...
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And then the aide has to
come forward about the Vicodin,
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and these photographs --

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come out in discovery.
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Legal blackmail.
It's elegant.
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It's, uh, it's wrong,
is what it is.
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Can I have another...
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Coming right up, sir.
Thanks. Do you want some?
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There you go.
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Sometimes I don't know
who's done more
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for the people
around here, Nate -74
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you or me.
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Well...
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I need you now.
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I don't know what to do.
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Go home, Ed.
I got this.

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I'm going to get my team to bury
this guy Rockwell.
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You got my word.
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Rockwell is bulletproof.
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Of course.
The man is all about C.G.
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I mean, maybe -- maybe -84
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you can get some quality C.G.
in a still-frame,
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but when I lay down my ten-fifty
old-school practical -86
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Stop -- stop with
the "Star Trek" stuff again!
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"Wars"!
Damn it, it's "Star <i>Wars."</i>
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And -- and that C.G.I. Yoda
they used in the prequels
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is an insult
to the puppet they -90
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You know what, man?
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It's not even worth discussing.
You're the only one discussing it.

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I kind of like
C.G.I. Yoda.
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Hey, Hardison, what do we got
on this guy Rockwell?
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Look, Parker, just tell him
what he wants to hear.
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Did my ears...
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All right, Nate.
We're scraping rock bottom here.
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This guy does crisis P.R.,
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and the whole thing's done
on the whisper.
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He doesn't just defend
his clients,
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he attacks their enemies -by any means necessary.
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Creating dirt
where he can't find any.
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Okay, but, guys, I mean, we've
done this kind of thing before.
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Video, photo frame-ups...
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Not like this, Nate.


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This man is like
a ninja assassin.
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He's turned it into an art form.
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We're talking politicians,
Hollywood starlets,
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even cheating spouses.
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You know, word is,
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Rockwell made his bones
a few years back
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by taking down a congressman.
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You see, the rep received
some serious praise
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for the speech that he gave
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that introduced a bill
in D.C., right?
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Rockwell, the genius that he is,
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goes and writes
a fake political essay,
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back-dates it,

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and then bribes a clerk
to file it
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in the Library of Congress.
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Rockwell leaks the news
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that the rep plagiarized
the essay,
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the bill dies, and so does
the congressman's career.
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Well, he knew that no one
in D.C. was gonna admit
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to not having read that essay,
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and how the public
were gonna respond.
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Yeah, and how to manipulate the media.
Oh, yeah.
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Rockwell's brilliant.
He's ruthless.
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Stone-cold solid.
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It's a shame
we got to take the man down.
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I'd almost consider making him
a part of the team.

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Yeah, uh, Rockwell has his boot
on my friend's throat, Hardison.
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I said, "almost."
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Listen, what do we know
about him personally?
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Nothing.
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His online footprint
is scrubbed clean.
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Website
has an e-mail box,
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the corporate website -that's it -- no phone.
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Only way I found
the office address
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was by tracing back
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some old business-license
application.
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Yeah, we can tell you where
he gets his morning coffee.
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- That's about it.
- This is no good.
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Well, the usual play


on a guy like this
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is to ruin his reputation,
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you know, undermine
his credibility.
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Yeah, but he has
no reputation, so...
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This guy's a ghost, Nate.
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He operates like we do.
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His clients are by referral,
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and he stays in the shadows.
How we supposed to take this guy down?
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The same way we would destroy <i>me.</i>
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I mean, what we're
really asking here is,
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how would <i>I</i> destroy myself?
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Yeah, and you can't say
"booze." Hmm.
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If somebody lives in the shadows,
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you want to bring them
into the light.

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I mean, what if we made
this guy...famous?
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No. Bad idea.
We shouldn't do that.
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Nate's right.
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It's a siren song.
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Who do we know that can resist
the warmth of the spotlight?
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We give him
just <i>one</i> little taste.
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First of all, we don't even know
how this guy's gonna react, okay?
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And say, what if
it does blow up, huh?
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What if <i>we</i> get too close
to the spotlight?
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Look, Nate, we already got
enough unwanted attention,
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a la somebody listening in
on the apartment.
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Okay, here's the plan.
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We are not gonna take


Rockwell down.
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We are gonna build him up.
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We're gonna turn him into a hero.
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We'll then find all the grimy
little secrets that he has,
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and then we are going
to discredit him,
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and no one will ever trust
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what he has to say
about Ed Kelley.
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Parker!
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I'm not gonna be able to unhear
that "C.G.I. Yoda" thing.
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Cut me deep, woman.
That cut me deep.
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I can resist the spotlight,
by the way.
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Of course you can.
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Never see you taking
any kind of victory lap
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after you've pushed us all


to the edge,
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or sticking around to gloat
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over the bad guy
being dragged away.
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Hmm. Is that sarcasm?
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A <i>mild</i> amount.
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Hey! Hey!
Give me the purse.
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Give me the purse, lady,
and nobody gets hurt.
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Hey!
That's my paycheck!
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Give me the purse.
Give me the purse.
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And my mother's medicine!
Help!
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Hey, leave her alone!
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Really?
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Stop.
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Good job.

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My baby!
My baby!
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Help! Help!
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Huh?
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Ooh.
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Wonder if that comes
in a higher heel.
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I choked on a hot dog.
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On...purpose.
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And Rockwell was checking
his e-mail,
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and some huge dude
came over and...
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I-I got heimlich'ed.
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Yeah, all right.
All right, listen, guys.
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This is gonna be harder
than we thought.
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Who the hell shops here?
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It's $3 a banana.
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Coffee, sir?
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I don't think so.
Oh.
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Hey, Nate.
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Can I just reiterate that I have
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almost no frame of reference
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for what I'm being asked
to do here?
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Okay, both feeds are up.
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Hardison, you're gonna be fine.
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And...here he comes...
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Right on schedule.
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20 seconds, Hardison.
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Uh, medium half-caf
Indonesian civet,
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with soy milk.
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Great.
Just one moment.
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Okay, Hardison, you're up.
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All right, everybody chill out.
Just relax.
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Aah!
Everybody calm down. Hey, hey!
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Shut up.
Chill. Relax.
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Sir, go back to eating
your scone.
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Everybody just cool out.
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Everybody calm down.
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Be cool.
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You can go home with a story
to tell your grandkids.
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Sir, please get back.
Back up. I'm not playing.
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Now, look here.
It's gonna go like this. A'ight?
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Money in the bag.
You know how it goes.
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Or I'm gonna start cappin'
fools. I'm not playing.
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Nate, I told you
you should have let me do this.
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Come on, now. Faster.
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You taking your time?
You're gonna get us all killed!
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Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!
What's up, cat?
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Okay, Hardison, you've got to
get him away from the door.
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- Where you going? - Just let me get out
of here with my coffee, man.
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I'm sorry, I thought I'm the one
that had the gun up in here.
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W-what is this?
What is -- Mmm.
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Moving into position.
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This is disgusting.
Sir, get your ass on.
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Get your ass.
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Should shoot you
for your bad taste. Come on.

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Looks like I got me a little
hostage for when the popo come.
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How you want it, man -east coast, west coast?
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Hardison, don't hurt him.
252
00:10:00,840 --> 00:10:02,207
You don't -you don't want me.
253
00:10:02,241 --> 00:10:03,208
I want you.
254
00:10:03,328 --> 00:10:05,134
No, no, no. You don't want me.
When the cops get here,
255
00:10:05,254 --> 00:10:07,280
they see you got a <i>male</i>
hostage -- no one's gonna care.
256
00:10:07,314 --> 00:10:09,883
Who's gonna watch that on the evening news,
man? You -- you want <i>her.</i>
257
00:10:09,917 --> 00:10:10,754
Huh?
258
00:10:10,874 --> 00:10:13,195
I'm telling you -- she'd make
a much better hostage than me.
259
00:10:13,315 --> 00:10:15,655
They'll be falling all over themselves
giving you whatever you want.
260
00:10:15,690 --> 00:10:17,624
You want <i>her</i> as a hostage.
261
00:10:17,658 --> 00:10:19,459
She'd make a much better hostage --

What?! No!
262
00:10:21,062 --> 00:10:23,729
Okay, Hardison.
Hurt him as much as you like.
263
00:10:23,764 --> 00:10:24,964
Eliot, now!
264
00:10:30,236 --> 00:10:31,703
Okay, we got it.
265
00:10:31,737 --> 00:10:32,956
Hardison,
when you finish your jog,
266
00:10:33,076 --> 00:10:34,940
I want you to scrub the footage.
267
00:10:34,975 --> 00:10:36,776
I want to see his face
clear as a bell.
268
00:10:36,810 --> 00:10:39,011
Sophie, you stay with him.
Stay in his pocket.
269
00:10:39,131 --> 00:10:40,614
We got to get him to stick
around and sign some autographs.
270
00:10:40,648 --> 00:10:41,748
Uh, Nate?
271
00:10:41,783 --> 00:10:43,255
What?
He's taking off.
272
00:10:43,375 --> 00:10:45,226
This guy's not a hero.
273
00:10:49,759 --> 00:10:51,627
No.
274
00:10:51,661 --> 00:10:54,096
He's the only thing
better than a hero.

275
00:10:55,665 --> 00:10:58,000
He's a mystery.
276
00:10:58,034 --> 00:11:00,168
Unh!
277
00:11:00,203 --> 00:11:02,604
Now, <i>that</i> is a practical
special effect.
278
00:11:02,639 --> 00:11:04,587
No computer-generated cheat.
279
00:11:04,707 --> 00:11:06,875
That's something the audience
can really invest in.
280
00:11:06,909 --> 00:11:07,809
Oh, you see that?
281
00:11:07,843 --> 00:11:09,110
Boss move, ain't it?
282
00:11:09,144 --> 00:11:11,078
What do we got on the web?
283
00:11:12,710 --> 00:11:14,912
Whoa! 320,000 hits?
284
00:11:15,032 --> 00:11:16,017
Mm-hmm.
285
00:11:16,051 --> 00:11:18,252
And that's just in a few hours,
ladies and gentlemen.
286
00:11:18,287 --> 00:11:20,522
I'm fixing to add another zero
to that by tonight!
287
00:11:20,556 --> 00:11:21,823
How?
288
00:11:21,858 --> 00:11:23,125
Well, you see,

289
00:11:23,159 --> 00:11:25,060
in order to share our video
290
00:11:25,095 --> 00:11:26,529
with people all over
the virtual world,
291
00:11:26,563 --> 00:11:28,965
you first have to be confirmed
as somebody's friend
292
00:11:28,999 --> 00:11:29,999
or contact...
293
00:11:30,033 --> 00:11:31,434
Unless you're me.
294
00:11:31,469 --> 00:11:32,736
Security was a holy terror,
295
00:11:32,770 --> 00:11:35,039
but I managed to upload a worm
that will backdoor this
296
00:11:35,073 --> 00:11:37,174
dummy profile
into users' friend lists
297
00:11:37,208 --> 00:11:39,676
and expand this network
at a geometric rate.
298
00:11:39,711 --> 00:11:42,112
Mm.
299
00:11:42,147 --> 00:11:44,415
So, "underhill24601"...
300
00:11:44,449 --> 00:11:47,585
Just made
11 million friends today.
301
00:11:47,620 --> 00:11:51,423
<i>Yeah.</i>
<i>I'm -- I'm still...</i>

302
00:11:51,458 --> 00:11:53,325
<i>This man saved my life.</i>
303
00:11:53,359 --> 00:11:56,617
<i>Reports are in about a</i>
<i>rare instance of true heroism,</i>
304
00:11:56,737 --> 00:11:58,684
<i>where a man foiled</i>
<i>an armed robbery</i>
305
00:11:58,804 --> 00:12:00,633
<i>in a local coffee shop.</i>
306
00:12:00,667 --> 00:12:02,467
Mr. Rockwell, sir,
you're on the news.
307
00:12:02,501 --> 00:12:05,370
<i>...Who is this</i>
<i>as of yet unidentified hero?</i>
308
00:12:05,404 --> 00:12:08,662
<i>This "Venti Vigilante,"</i>
<i>as he's being called...</i>
309
00:12:08,782 --> 00:12:11,804
It's a mistake. Turn it off.
Get back to work.
310
00:12:11,924 --> 00:12:13,201
<i>Though our sources here at WODC</i>
311
00:12:13,321 --> 00:12:15,966
<i>are still searching high</i>
<i>and low to track him down.</i>
312
00:12:22,589 --> 00:12:24,483
Hey, hey. That's him.
313
00:12:24,603 --> 00:12:26,058
Oh, hey, man.
That's the guy.
314
00:12:26,092 --> 00:12:27,326
Come on.

315
00:12:27,361 --> 00:12:28,928
Go ahead.
316
00:12:28,962 --> 00:12:30,796
Go on, yeah.
317
00:12:30,831 --> 00:12:33,232
A medium half-caf
Indonesian civet,
318
00:12:33,267 --> 00:12:34,300
with soy milk -319
00:12:34,335 --> 00:12:35,869
On the house.
320
00:12:37,304 --> 00:12:38,271
Thank you.
321
00:12:38,305 --> 00:12:39,940
Thank you.
322
00:12:42,277 --> 00:12:44,378
Hey. Hey! You.
323
00:12:45,914 --> 00:12:47,882
I know you.
324
00:12:47,917 --> 00:12:49,684
Yeah, man, I know this guy.
325
00:12:49,718 --> 00:12:51,086
You're -- you're a hero.
326
00:12:58,127 --> 00:13:00,461
Ha ha ha!
327
00:13:02,149 --> 00:13:03,449
Really? The slow clap?
Yeah. Yeah, man.
328
00:13:03,483 --> 00:13:05,083
That's stupid.
I got them all the time in high school.
329

00:13:05,118 --> 00:13:06,718


You didn't get one of those
in high school? For jackass of the year?
330
00:13:06,752 --> 00:13:09,758
<i>...The man who,</i>
<i>at great risk to himself,</i>
331
00:13:09,878 --> 00:13:12,023
<i>disarmed and chased off</i>
<i>a masked gunman...</i>
332
00:13:12,057 --> 00:13:13,558
My friends over there
said you're famous.
333
00:13:13,592 --> 00:13:14,526
Is that true?
334
00:13:17,097 --> 00:13:18,729
Are you a drummer or something?
335
00:13:18,764 --> 00:13:21,833
- No. - Or are you one of those
big Internet-company guys,
336
00:13:21,953 --> 00:13:23,567
like the kids in that movie?
337
00:13:23,602 --> 00:13:26,979
Um, you might have seen me
on the...TV.
338
00:13:27,099 --> 00:13:28,974
Oh, TV star.
339
00:13:29,008 --> 00:13:31,342
Squee.
340
00:13:32,641 --> 00:13:34,801
My friends are throwing a party
this weekend.
341
00:13:38,151 --> 00:13:39,318
Call me.
342
00:13:39,352 --> 00:13:40,753

Okay.
343
00:13:40,787 --> 00:13:43,022
Cheers.
Mm.
344
00:13:46,193 --> 00:13:47,359
Now. Call me now -345
00:13:47,394 --> 00:13:49,795
So I have your phone number
in my phone.
346
00:13:49,830 --> 00:13:51,397
You're not dialing.
Ooh.
347
00:13:58,471 --> 00:14:00,472
Oh. Got it.
348
00:14:02,487 --> 00:14:04,517
I think I'm getting better
at this.
349
00:14:05,812 --> 00:14:07,890
I'm cloning Rockwell's cell
right now.
350
00:14:08,010 --> 00:14:09,020
Good work, girl.
351
00:14:09,140 --> 00:14:11,350
I didn't even stab him.
352
00:14:11,384 --> 00:14:14,344
Yeah.
We are so proud of you.
353
00:14:14,464 --> 00:14:17,990
Uh...No-stabbing wednesdays -new tradition.
354
00:14:20,360 --> 00:14:21,861
Thank God for an appointment.
355
00:14:21,895 --> 00:14:23,963
Maybe we can get back to life

around here.
356
00:14:23,997 --> 00:14:25,098
What business is he in?
357
00:14:25,132 --> 00:14:26,781
I'm in the household-name
business, Mr. Rockwell.
358
00:14:26,901 --> 00:14:27,692
Just a sec.
359
00:14:27,812 --> 00:14:28,928
Yeah, uh, cancel it.
360
00:14:29,048 --> 00:14:32,406
Congresswoman ends up on my schedule one
more time, I'm gonna have to fire you.
361
00:14:32,440 --> 00:14:33,473
Gotta go.
362
00:14:33,508 --> 00:14:37,344
Gillis. Henry K. Gillis.
How do you do?
363
00:14:38,809 --> 00:14:41,181
All right.
364
00:14:41,215 --> 00:14:42,282
Nothing to worry about.
365
00:14:42,316 --> 00:14:43,650
A little rough around the edges,
366
00:14:43,684 --> 00:14:44,850
but we can work with that.
367
00:14:44,885 --> 00:14:46,136
You're a media consultant.
368
00:14:46,256 --> 00:14:47,280
Same line of work as you are,
369
00:14:47,400 --> 00:14:49,188
except I build people up.

370
00:14:49,222 --> 00:14:51,390
Nobody better at it than me.
371
00:14:51,424 --> 00:14:52,858
Then why have I
never heard of you?
372
00:14:52,978 --> 00:14:54,608
Well, the same reason
I've never heard of you
373
00:14:54,728 --> 00:14:56,270
until I turned on my TV
last night -374
00:14:56,390 --> 00:14:57,079
Careful design.
375
00:14:57,199 --> 00:14:58,997
Laws, sausages,
and celebrities, kid.
376
00:14:59,117 --> 00:15:00,933
A lot easier to control
the spotlight
377
00:15:00,967 --> 00:15:02,434
when you're not standing in it.
378
00:15:02,468 --> 00:15:06,371
Well, then, with all
due respect, Mr. Gillis...
379
00:15:06,406 --> 00:15:07,837
Oh!
380
00:15:07,957 --> 00:15:10,142
...Why would I want to be
standing in it?
381
00:15:10,176 --> 00:15:11,276
Mr. Rockwell,
one question!
382
00:15:12,378 --> 00:15:14,220
Thank you. Thank you.

You got no choice.


383
00:15:14,340 --> 00:15:16,277
What are you up to now,
2 million YouTube hits?
384
00:15:16,397 --> 00:15:18,950
I mean, this thing -it's not gonna go away.
385
00:15:18,985 --> 00:15:21,620
Now, the media, they're gonna
hound you day and night -386
00:15:21,654 --> 00:15:23,033
you know that,
we both know that -387
00:15:23,153 --> 00:15:24,316
until you give them something,
388
00:15:24,436 --> 00:15:26,365
or they'll make something up
on their own.
389
00:15:26,485 --> 00:15:27,453
Now, listen.
390
00:15:27,573 --> 00:15:28,583
I know you, Rockwell.
391
00:15:28,703 --> 00:15:31,042
You can't be satisfied
just standing
392
00:15:31,162 --> 00:15:32,625
just outside
the spotlight forever.
393
00:15:32,745 --> 00:15:34,465
Nobody ever is.
394
00:15:34,500 --> 00:15:36,935
These people that you take down,
395
00:15:36,969 --> 00:15:39,870
they don't deserve

their wealth, their fame -396


00:15:39,905 --> 00:15:40,938
<i>You</i> do.
397
00:15:40,972 --> 00:15:42,773
You're better than they are.
398
00:15:42,808 --> 00:15:44,570
Don't abandon
this opportunity -399
00:15:44,690 --> 00:15:47,187
This opportunity to step
out of the shadows
400
00:15:47,307 --> 00:15:49,145
and onto the stage.
401
00:15:51,136 --> 00:15:54,016
Trying to convince a man
to step onto the third rail.
402
00:15:54,051 --> 00:15:56,919
Without getting too close
to it himself.
403
00:16:03,360 --> 00:16:05,394
Your public wants to meet you.
404
00:16:05,429 --> 00:16:07,130
That's because
<i>you're</i> gonna tell them
405
00:16:07,164 --> 00:16:08,531
I'm someone they want to meet.
406
00:16:08,565 --> 00:16:10,500
The public will buy any lie
we push on them.
407
00:16:10,534 --> 00:16:12,040
They still believe the good life
is out there.
408
00:16:12,168 --> 00:16:14,703
Look, I'll tell you what.

Why don't you give me a week?


409
00:16:14,737 --> 00:16:16,004
Let me show you what I can do.
410
00:16:16,039 --> 00:16:17,773
You know, I already got you
booked on "Washington Week."
411
00:16:17,808 --> 00:16:19,442
That's not even
the highest-rated
412
00:16:19,476 --> 00:16:20,602
political show in its slot.
413
00:16:20,722 --> 00:16:23,145
Three stages, my friend -pundit, sage, and guru.
414
00:16:23,180 --> 00:16:24,847
"Washington Week"
is fertile ground.
415
00:16:24,881 --> 00:16:25,734
You make a splash,
416
00:16:25,854 --> 00:16:27,351
you drop some
controversial comments.
417
00:16:27,471 --> 00:16:29,557
I mean, you do that
on the highest-rated show,
418
00:16:29,677 --> 00:16:31,310
you know, the hair-dos,
419
00:16:31,430 --> 00:16:32,688
they'll be coming after you
guns a-blazin'.
420
00:16:32,723 --> 00:16:34,090
This way, I gain some traction.
421
00:16:34,124 --> 00:16:35,422
You gain some traction.

Exactly.
422
00:16:35,542 --> 00:16:36,793
Now, you play this right,
423
00:16:36,827 --> 00:16:37,927
pick every punch,
424
00:16:37,962 --> 00:16:39,963
we're gonna ride this wave
all the way to the top.
425
00:16:39,997 --> 00:16:42,132
You are gonna be swimming
in a river of money.
426
00:16:42,166 --> 00:16:43,961
Just don't give them
your best stuff
427
00:16:44,081 --> 00:16:46,402
until we -we get the 7-figure book deal.
428
00:16:46,522 --> 00:16:47,493
Are you with me so far?
429
00:16:47,613 --> 00:16:49,611
Because...I would like
430
00:16:49,731 --> 00:16:51,579
to start this off with a bang.
431
00:16:51,699 --> 00:16:54,126
Now, my team has already
secured an auditorium -432
00:16:54,246 --> 00:16:55,845
standing room only,
place is packed -433
00:16:55,965 --> 00:16:56,875
to listen to you tonight
434
00:16:56,995 --> 00:16:59,787
give a motivational speech
on ordinary heroism.

435
00:17:03,054 --> 00:17:03,921
We do?
436
00:17:03,955 --> 00:17:05,228
Oh, yeah, just as soon
437
00:17:05,348 --> 00:17:07,724
as you get a place
and clear it out.
438
00:17:07,759 --> 00:17:10,160
Run a background check
on Gillis here.
439
00:17:10,195 --> 00:17:11,962
I want to know <i>everything.</i>
440
00:17:15,199 --> 00:17:17,201
He's in.
441
00:17:17,235 --> 00:17:19,136
Background check -- got it.
Nate, we're on it.
442
00:17:19,171 --> 00:17:21,872
All right. Do this right, guys,
we got him.
443
00:17:21,907 --> 00:17:23,341
We're right on the verge.
444
00:17:30,070 --> 00:17:31,614
I mean, you know, he took the bait.
445
00:17:31,854 --> 00:17:33,454
I mean, it's the only way
to fix Ed Kelley's whole -446
00:17:33,489 --> 00:17:35,118
Wait. You're not doing this
for Ed Kelley.
447
00:17:35,238 --> 00:17:36,632
You're pushing this hard
'cause of Rockwell.

448
00:17:36,752 --> 00:17:39,340
You know, you want to do
a confidential client list,
449
00:17:39,460 --> 00:17:40,782
phone records, and financials.
450
00:17:40,902 --> 00:17:41,608
Nate, I got it.
451
00:17:41,728 --> 00:17:44,093
He works from the shadows
deciding who to take down,
452
00:17:44,213 --> 00:17:45,946
convinced he's making the world
a better place,
453
00:17:46,066 --> 00:17:48,192
implying a certain
moral superiority
454
00:17:48,312 --> 00:17:49,766
over his victims.
455
00:17:49,886 --> 00:17:51,972
Any of this sound like someone we know?
That's good!
456
00:17:52,092 --> 00:17:53,699
But, no, you got all that right,
457
00:17:53,819 --> 00:17:55,077
but I think
you want to be careful
458
00:17:55,111 --> 00:17:56,679
you don't make me
a little bit too -459
00:17:56,713 --> 00:17:59,957
Hey, look, if there's nothing
embarrassing for him to find on you,
460
00:18:00,077 --> 00:18:01,344
it makes you look like
you're not for real.

461
00:18:01,464 --> 00:18:02,452
I know, but here's the thing.
462
00:18:02,487 --> 00:18:04,807
You are saying that I helped
the dictator of Mogutu
463
00:18:04,927 --> 00:18:05,689
rise to power.
464
00:18:05,809 --> 00:18:07,116
He committed <i>genocide,</i> Hardison.
465
00:18:07,236 --> 00:18:08,204
Problem?
466
00:18:08,324 --> 00:18:10,026
Apparently not.
467
00:18:10,060 --> 00:18:12,061
Don't get so focused on him,
468
00:18:12,095 --> 00:18:13,560
you forget the bigger game.
469
00:18:13,680 --> 00:18:15,276
We all know
that fame's a monster,
470
00:18:15,396 --> 00:18:17,231
and here you are poking at it
with a stick.
471
00:18:17,351 --> 00:18:19,901
Uh, Eliot, Parker,
how we doing on the seminar?
472
00:18:19,935 --> 00:18:21,762
Well, it takes time, Nate.
473
00:18:21,882 --> 00:18:24,671
There's over 100 motivational
speeches in Boston every day.
474
00:18:24,791 --> 00:18:26,182

Like "Emotion is Your Friend."


475
00:18:26,302 --> 00:18:27,976
Ooh! That's good.
476
00:18:28,010 --> 00:18:30,615
"Aspire or Expire."
477
00:18:30,735 --> 00:18:32,313
This woman right here -478
00:18:32,348 --> 00:18:33,178
She talks for two hours
479
00:18:33,298 --> 00:18:34,943
about all the things
she misses doing with her kids
480
00:18:35,063 --> 00:18:36,418
on an average day.
Look.
481
00:18:36,452 --> 00:18:37,202
Why, did they die?
482
00:18:37,322 --> 00:18:40,956
No. No. They just...went to college.
483
00:18:40,991 --> 00:18:42,258
All right, stop.
Stop.
484
00:18:42,292 --> 00:18:43,552
Back away from the brochures.
485
00:18:43,672 --> 00:18:44,920
Back away from the brochures!
486
00:18:45,040 --> 00:18:47,868
Guys, guys, guys.
Can we please speed this up?
487
00:18:47,988 --> 00:18:49,094
Time is a factor here.
488
00:18:49,214 --> 00:18:50,309

Well, what do you


want me to do, Nate? Huh?
489
00:18:50,429 --> 00:18:52,647
How's this guy gonna play
to a crowd that shows up for...
490
00:18:52,767 --> 00:18:54,973
"You can't love him until you love you"?
491
00:18:55,008 --> 00:18:56,976
We should go to that one, anyway.
492
00:19:01,748 --> 00:19:03,110
Well, the guy we're clearing out
493
00:19:03,230 --> 00:19:04,485
was a fireman for 43 years
494
00:19:04,605 --> 00:19:07,153
and just donated a kidney
to his best friend.
495
00:19:07,187 --> 00:19:08,886
We're not gonna hurt him.
496
00:19:09,006 --> 00:19:10,964
I'm just saying, it's lucky
we don't believe in hell.
497
00:19:11,084 --> 00:19:13,759
Nate believes in hell.
Shoot, <i>I</i> believe in hell.
498
00:19:13,794 --> 00:19:15,261
Oh, yeah.
499
00:19:15,295 --> 00:19:16,927
Mr. Jamison!
500
00:19:17,047 --> 00:19:18,633
What an honor!
Ah. Hello.
501
00:19:18,753 --> 00:19:19,964
80 years old

502
00:19:20,084 --> 00:19:22,335
and still saving lives.
503
00:19:22,369 --> 00:19:24,103
This way, please.
Oh.
504
00:19:24,137 --> 00:19:26,439
Ah, just right through here.
505
00:19:26,474 --> 00:19:28,107
Come on, let's go.
506
00:19:28,876 --> 00:19:30,009
Where's my speech?
507
00:19:30,044 --> 00:19:32,078
The auditorium
is through here, Mr. Jamison.
508
00:19:32,112 --> 00:19:35,649
I have to warn you -the lights are gonna be very, very bright.
509
00:19:35,683 --> 00:19:37,323
You're not gonna be able
to make out any of the faces
510
00:19:37,443 --> 00:19:40,176
in the auditorium, but just
pick a spot on the back -- Ooh.
511
00:19:40,296 --> 00:19:41,543
On the back of the wall,
512
00:19:41,663 --> 00:19:43,390
and just let it rip.
513
00:19:43,424 --> 00:19:45,016
Ooh.
514
00:19:45,136 --> 00:19:47,227
Ladies and gentlemen -515
00:19:47,347 --> 00:19:49,362
Wow, what a fantastic turnout.

516
00:19:49,397 --> 00:19:51,012
Thank you so much for coming.
517
00:19:51,132 --> 00:19:53,585
I give you the man who...
518
00:19:53,705 --> 00:19:55,488
did something that...
519
00:19:55,608 --> 00:19:57,571
made a difference!
520
00:20:00,442 --> 00:20:01,775
Hello.
521
00:20:01,810 --> 00:20:03,377
Oh, my.
522
00:20:03,412 --> 00:20:05,913
It's terribly bright.
I can't see any of you.
523
00:20:05,947 --> 00:20:08,415
All right, Hardison,
how'd that speech come out?
524
00:20:08,450 --> 00:20:10,323
Oh, it's some of my finest work.
525
00:20:10,443 --> 00:20:11,338
How is he?
526
00:20:11,458 --> 00:20:14,821
Well, building people up
isn't exactly his thing.
527
00:20:18,526 --> 00:20:20,527
All right, Rockwell.
Hey.
528
00:20:20,562 --> 00:20:21,995
Listen.
529
00:20:22,030 --> 00:20:23,830
Now, this is not some

corporate snoozer
530
00:20:23,865 --> 00:20:25,532
with a bunch of
bored-to-tears executives.
531
00:20:25,566 --> 00:20:28,301
These people paid good money
to be inspired.
532
00:20:28,336 --> 00:20:29,612
What am I supposed to do
with this?
533
00:20:29,732 --> 00:20:31,936
"You can be a hero, too."
Who the hell wrote this crap?
534
00:20:32,056 --> 00:20:32,951
Excuse you?
535
00:20:33,071 --> 00:20:35,488
Let's see you do better
on such short notice.
536
00:20:35,910 --> 00:20:37,433
People are just ungrateful.
537
00:20:37,553 --> 00:20:41,047
Listen. Do you have any idea
why these people are here?
538
00:20:41,081 --> 00:20:43,380
Do you have any idea why
everybody wants a piece of you?
539
00:20:43,500 --> 00:20:46,328
Because everything you ever
wanted in your life
540
00:20:46,390 --> 00:20:48,424
is at your fingertips right now!
541
00:20:48,459 --> 00:20:50,071
The good life.
542
00:20:50,191 --> 00:20:53,127

This "crap" -- this is how


you get what you want.
543
00:20:53,247 --> 00:20:56,065
Everything you want
is in front of this audience...
544
00:20:56,100 --> 00:20:58,234
...Reed Rockwell.
...right now.
545
00:20:58,268 --> 00:20:59,869
Recognition,
546
00:20:59,903 --> 00:21:01,537
validation -547
00:21:01,572 --> 00:21:03,572
those are the things
that are gonna fill that hole
548
00:21:03,607 --> 00:21:05,708
that is somewhere deep
inside you,
549
00:21:05,743 --> 00:21:07,977
take away the pain.
550
00:21:08,012 --> 00:21:11,013
Now, you go out there
and take it!
551
00:21:11,048 --> 00:21:12,415
...I give you
the Venti Vigilante.
552
00:21:19,822 --> 00:21:21,656
I...
553
00:21:21,691 --> 00:21:25,761
I...I-I don't even know
what I'm doing up here.
554
00:21:25,795 --> 00:21:27,196
I just...
555
00:21:27,230 --> 00:21:30,500

I-I didn't have my caffeine yet


one morning, and...
556
00:21:35,841 --> 00:21:38,443
Well...
557
00:21:38,477 --> 00:21:40,812
You can be a hero, too.
558
00:21:53,659 --> 00:21:56,761
We -- we all like to think
that when we find ourselves
559
00:21:56,796 --> 00:21:59,598
in the heat of danger -the moment of truth -560
00:21:59,632 --> 00:22:01,570
when we have to make a decision
and act,
561
00:22:01,690 --> 00:22:03,276
that we will rise
to the occasion,
562
00:22:03,396 --> 00:22:06,304
but I'll let you in
on a little secret.
563
00:22:06,339 --> 00:22:08,006
I wasn't sure that I could.
564
00:22:08,041 --> 00:22:11,566
We all have phenomenal
capacities to do good,
565
00:22:11,686 --> 00:22:13,513
to make the world
a better place -566
00:22:13,547 --> 00:22:14,951
more than we give ourselves
credit for.
567
00:22:15,071 --> 00:22:18,010
I'm the one with the cameras
pointed at me, but...

568
00:22:18,554 --> 00:22:21,255
There's heroism everywhere,
569
00:22:21,289 --> 00:22:25,393
in each and every one of you.
570
00:22:25,427 --> 00:22:28,329
We can all be heroes.
571
00:22:28,363 --> 00:22:29,696
Thank you.
572
00:22:38,005 --> 00:22:40,091
Wow.
They love him.
573
00:22:40,211 --> 00:22:41,871
Even better than that,
Nate -574
00:22:41,991 --> 00:22:43,764
the amount of tweets
and status updates
575
00:22:43,884 --> 00:22:45,661
that have come in
since the speech -576
00:22:45,985 --> 00:22:47,880
they're talking about him.
577
00:22:50,317 --> 00:22:52,118
How'd I do?
Masterful!
578
00:22:52,152 --> 00:22:53,753
Better than I ever dreamed.
579
00:22:53,787 --> 00:22:54,820
I'm telling you,
580
00:22:54,855 --> 00:22:56,822
we're gonna go on
to the next step now.
581
00:22:56,857 --> 00:22:58,357

News interviews,
um, everything -582
00:22:58,392 --> 00:22:59,525
but no time to waste.
583
00:22:59,560 --> 00:23:01,027
Now, I'm gonna set up meetings -Nate.
584
00:23:01,062 --> 00:23:03,663
Oh. Yeah. I'm talking
to my client right now.
585
00:23:03,698 --> 00:23:06,032
Hey, tell him that
"Washington Week" called.
586
00:23:06,066 --> 00:23:07,166
Yeah.
587
00:23:07,201 --> 00:23:08,465
Listen, something huge
is going on.
588
00:23:08,585 --> 00:23:09,950
I'm working
on something really big.
589
00:23:10,070 --> 00:23:12,259
So I'm gonna work the phones
for about an hour.
590
00:23:12,379 --> 00:23:13,973
Why don't you go to the office?
591
00:23:14,093 --> 00:23:16,135
And I'll meet you there
in about an hour.
592
00:23:16,255 --> 00:23:17,005
Okay, what can I do?
593
00:23:17,125 --> 00:23:19,727
What you can do is start jotting
down things for your memoir.
594

00:23:21,248 --> 00:23:22,687


<i>The Venti Vigilante</i>
595
00:23:22,807 --> 00:23:25,651
<i>has been identified</i>
<i>as Reed Rockwell...</i>
596
00:23:25,686 --> 00:23:27,520
Hey. Phones are ringing
off the hook.
597
00:23:27,554 --> 00:23:29,889
The <i>Globe</i> wants to do
an interview with you.
598
00:23:29,923 --> 00:23:31,583
Corporate speaking gigs
are lining up.
599
00:23:31,703 --> 00:23:34,093
And CNN would like to do a story.
600
00:23:34,128 --> 00:23:35,895
They want to bring you in
end of the week.
601
00:23:35,930 --> 00:23:37,931
You know, we can just do
a background check
602
00:23:37,965 --> 00:23:40,700
and kind of, you know, wait for
the YouTube hits to pile up.
603
00:23:40,735 --> 00:23:41,944
Background check?
604
00:23:42,064 --> 00:23:43,017
Oh, yeah, nothing to worry about.
605
00:23:43,137 --> 00:23:44,635
They just want to bring you in,
see if they like you,
606
00:23:44,755 --> 00:23:46,439
put you on tape,
that kind of thing.

607
00:23:48,909 --> 00:23:50,009
Good day's work.
608
00:23:50,043 --> 00:23:51,344
<i>...Rockwell's manager,</i>
<i>Henry K. Gillis,</i>
609
00:23:51,378 --> 00:23:52,378
<i>released a statement</i>
610
00:23:52,412 --> 00:23:54,346
<i>praising his client's</i>
<i>heroic deed.</i>
611
00:23:58,543 --> 00:24:00,845
Morning, Hardison.
612
00:24:00,879 --> 00:24:02,013
Ah.
613
00:24:02,047 --> 00:24:03,514
We're in the homestretch.
614
00:24:03,549 --> 00:24:06,017
We're going to take this guy
to the national level,
615
00:24:06,051 --> 00:24:07,652
create and leak
616
00:24:07,687 --> 00:24:08,714
falsified evidence against him.
617
00:24:08,834 --> 00:24:10,758
And we'll take him down hard.
618
00:24:10,878 --> 00:24:11,790
Nate...
619
00:24:11,825 --> 00:24:14,837
Rockwell just withdrew 25 grand
620
00:24:14,957 --> 00:24:16,329
from his account in small bills.
621

00:24:16,364 --> 00:24:18,031


Why would he need
so much hard cash?
622
00:24:18,065 --> 00:24:19,056
Don't know.
623
00:24:19,176 --> 00:24:21,368
It doesn't sound like
a positive development.
624
00:24:21,403 --> 00:24:22,903
What do you want us to do?
625
00:24:24,005 --> 00:24:25,205
Follow the money.
626
00:24:29,139 --> 00:24:30,635
Why wouldn't you let me drive?
627
00:24:30,669 --> 00:24:31,970
This is my car.
628
00:24:32,004 --> 00:24:34,222
All right, Nate.
We just got off at Lowell,
629
00:24:34,342 --> 00:24:35,674
about 20 minutes out.
630
00:24:35,708 --> 00:24:39,378
Tailing Rockwell's friend
with the suitcase full of money.
631
00:24:39,413 --> 00:24:41,580
Hometown?
632
00:24:41,615 --> 00:24:44,183
Rockwell's not from Lowell.
He's from Methuen.
633
00:24:44,217 --> 00:24:45,307
Went to Tenney.
634
00:24:45,427 --> 00:24:46,660
Illegitimate kid.

635
00:24:46,780 --> 00:24:49,522
Or Reed used to be Rita.
636
00:24:49,556 --> 00:24:51,457
What?
We were all thinking it.
637
00:24:51,492 --> 00:24:53,860
Really? That's like the line right there,
and you just cartwheel -638
00:24:53,895 --> 00:24:55,444
Could have been a woman.
All right, guys, guys, guys, guys.
639
00:24:55,564 --> 00:24:57,898
So we have no idea
what Rockwell's up to here.
640
00:24:57,932 --> 00:25:00,527
Hey, I wonder
if Nate still thinks
641
00:25:00,647 --> 00:25:02,894
he's got all the angles
of this fame thing covered.
642
00:25:03,014 --> 00:25:04,238
You know, Sophie, I can hear you.
643
00:25:04,272 --> 00:25:05,739
Really?
644
00:25:05,774 --> 00:25:07,908
- Go away. I'm going to call the cops.
- Mr. Rockwell -645
00:25:07,942 --> 00:25:08,909
Okay.
646
00:25:08,943 --> 00:25:10,887
There's a woman in a trailer
647
00:25:11,007 --> 00:25:12,679
who's arguing
with Rockwell's thug.

648
00:25:12,714 --> 00:25:15,082
I think this is gonna get
physical in about 30 seconds.
649
00:25:15,116 --> 00:25:16,650
Open the door -- Now!
650
00:25:27,297 --> 00:25:29,564
Get out of my house!
651
00:25:32,289 --> 00:25:33,635
Who the hell are you?
652
00:25:35,304 --> 00:25:36,538
Neighborhood watch.
653
00:26:10,355 --> 00:26:12,573
Eliot, let him go.
654
00:26:24,143 --> 00:26:26,486
Until that guy showed up
on my front steps,
655
00:26:26,520 --> 00:26:29,422
I hadn't heard from
Reed Rockwell in forever.
656
00:26:29,456 --> 00:26:30,890
How <i>did</i> you know him?
657
00:26:30,924 --> 00:26:32,992
He grew up a couple towns over.
658
00:26:33,026 --> 00:26:34,960
He dated a girl from my class.
659
00:26:34,994 --> 00:26:38,196
Night of the prom,
me and my boyfriend, P.J.,
660
00:26:38,230 --> 00:26:41,761
were in a car
with Reed and this girl Missy,
661
00:26:41,881 --> 00:26:44,101
all blitzed out of our mind.

662
00:26:44,135 --> 00:26:46,270
And we got into an accident...
663
00:26:46,939 --> 00:26:48,366
And Missy was killed.
664
00:26:49,407 --> 00:26:51,975
I wonder why he's trying
to buy her silence.
665
00:26:54,079 --> 00:26:57,161
This is all that comes
up about the accident.
666
00:26:57,281 --> 00:26:59,646
Wasn't even mentioned
in the <i>Globe,</i> only local papers.
667
00:26:59,911 --> 00:27:03,289
Rockwell's worried
about a background check.
668
00:27:03,323 --> 00:27:06,759
Rockwell -- he knows how to prey
on people's dark secrets,
669
00:27:06,793 --> 00:27:08,066
'cause he has one himself.
670
00:27:08,186 --> 00:27:10,011
I think that Rockwell
was driving the car
671
00:27:10,131 --> 00:27:11,697
and afterwards,
made it look like he wasn't.
672
00:27:13,300 --> 00:27:15,000
Rockwell the one driving?
673
00:27:15,035 --> 00:27:18,726
I swear.
I even took a picture...
674
00:27:18,846 --> 00:27:20,402
Of everybody from the backseat

675
00:27:20,522 --> 00:27:21,755
after we left the party.
676
00:27:22,431 --> 00:27:23,741
But he was never arrested.
677
00:27:23,775 --> 00:27:24,975
No.
678
00:27:26,576 --> 00:27:28,797
I don't understand what happened.
679
00:27:29,880 --> 00:27:31,848
When I took the camera
to the police
680
00:27:31,882 --> 00:27:33,249
a couple of days later,
681
00:27:33,284 --> 00:27:37,170
the negative showed P.J.
In the driver's seat.
682
00:27:41,225 --> 00:27:44,447
What? It works.
683
00:27:45,863 --> 00:27:49,013
P.J. went to jail
for vehicular manslaughter.
684
00:27:49,133 --> 00:27:51,940
And Reed Rockwell went free.
685
00:27:55,625 --> 00:27:58,066
P.J. would have <i>never</i>
been driving that car
686
00:27:58,186 --> 00:27:59,497
if he had been drinking.
You have to be-687
00:27:59,978 --> 00:28:03,347
He had a wrestling scholarship
waiting for him at B.C.
688

00:28:03,382 --> 00:28:06,150


He was talking about proposing.
689
00:28:07,251 --> 00:28:09,128
I've been trying to tell
the cops this
690
00:28:09,162 --> 00:28:11,322
for the last 14 years.
691
00:28:12,591 --> 00:28:14,040
Okay, we got it.
692
00:28:14,160 --> 00:28:17,864
Now, here, Rockwell
is in the passenger's seat,
693
00:28:17,984 --> 00:28:18,855
and he's smiling.
694
00:28:18,975 --> 00:28:20,016
Hardison, is there any way
695
00:28:20,136 --> 00:28:22,467
that Rockwell could have
doctored the film negative?
696
00:28:22,502 --> 00:28:24,303
We're talking
prehistoric technology.
697
00:28:24,337 --> 00:28:26,715
He'd have to switch out
the entire roll,
698
00:28:26,835 --> 00:28:28,744
put in a new one
with the same pictures,
699
00:28:28,864 --> 00:28:30,568
except the one he changed.
700
00:28:30,965 --> 00:28:33,812
It's epic but not impossible.
701
00:28:33,846 --> 00:28:36,047
Nate, this girl's

got almost nothing.


702
00:28:36,082 --> 00:28:37,949
You didn't take the money, Emma.
703
00:28:37,983 --> 00:28:41,151
I don't want <i>anything</i>
from Reed Rockwell.
704
00:28:41,186 --> 00:28:43,854
He sends a guy here with 25k...
705
00:28:45,856 --> 00:28:48,825
...Trying to get me to stay
quiet about the accident.
706
00:28:48,859 --> 00:28:51,427
I told him to get lost.
707
00:28:51,462 --> 00:28:54,931
Look, thanks for...talking to us.
708
00:28:54,965 --> 00:28:56,232
Yeah.
709
00:28:56,267 --> 00:28:58,826
You guys know Rockwell?
710
00:28:58,946 --> 00:29:00,771
Is he famous or something?
711
00:29:00,806 --> 00:29:03,307
We're gonna make sure of it.
712
00:29:06,445 --> 00:29:09,481
Okay, I want you two to go get
the doctored film negative
713
00:29:09,515 --> 00:29:10,649
from the police evidence archive.
714
00:29:10,683 --> 00:29:13,385
Do whatever you have to do.
Just get it.
715
00:29:19,791 --> 00:29:21,024

Oh, man.
716
00:29:21,059 --> 00:29:23,830
Can you find the ark
of the covenant back there?
717
00:29:23,950 --> 00:29:25,733
How am I supposed
to find <i>anything?</i>
718
00:29:25,853 --> 00:29:27,196
I don't know.
719
00:29:30,234 --> 00:29:32,869
Afternoon, ma'am.
How you doing?
720
00:29:32,904 --> 00:29:34,479
I'm writing a piece
721
00:29:34,599 --> 00:29:35,949
for the <i>Police Gazette,</i> right?
722
00:29:36,069 --> 00:29:39,273
On the unsung heroes
of the justice system.
723
00:29:39,393 --> 00:29:40,945
The civilians like yourself
724
00:29:40,979 --> 00:29:44,335
who keep the archives
from...catching fire.
725
00:29:44,455 --> 00:29:46,098
Will you be needing
any photographs
726
00:29:46,218 --> 00:29:47,719
for your piece, mister...
727
00:29:47,753 --> 00:29:51,123
Par...dison -"Pardison" is my name.
728
00:29:51,157 --> 00:29:52,825
That's Pardison --

it's Swahili. Um...


729
00:29:52,859 --> 00:29:54,920
I've noticed
730
00:29:55,040 --> 00:29:57,229
that you have
a very unconventional
731
00:29:57,263 --> 00:29:58,997
filing system for your archive.
732
00:30:00,208 --> 00:30:02,806
So, where would one
such as myself
733
00:30:02,926 --> 00:30:04,897
find, like,
a-a prosecutor
734
00:30:05,017 --> 00:30:06,904
from the late '90s, like a...
735
00:30:06,939 --> 00:30:08,239
'90s...
...Tom Randall?
736
00:30:08,273 --> 00:30:10,240
Oh, him!
737
00:30:10,274 --> 00:30:12,578
I keep him right back there.
738
00:30:12,828 --> 00:30:16,313
Back -- back -- him -He's in the southeast corner?
739
00:30:16,347 --> 00:30:17,780
In...
740
00:30:17,815 --> 00:30:19,498
What was that,
Mr. Pardison?
741
00:30:19,618 --> 00:30:21,384
I didn't sa-- I said -I said what you said.

742
00:30:21,419 --> 00:30:24,954
Him -- he's in
the southeast corner?
743
00:30:28,392 --> 00:30:30,527
Oh, dear.
744
00:30:30,562 --> 00:30:32,309
Ha! It's dusty.
745
00:30:32,429 --> 00:30:33,832
Caught the back of my throat,
746
00:30:33,952 --> 00:30:36,734
right up in there,
right up in there.
747
00:30:36,769 --> 00:30:38,036
You know what?
748
00:30:38,070 --> 00:30:41,506
I-I think I'm gonna
actually go ahead
749
00:30:41,541 --> 00:30:43,409
and get some pictures,
750
00:30:43,443 --> 00:30:44,396
to -- Yeah.
751
00:30:44,516 --> 00:30:47,413
So, all right.
You take care.
752
00:30:47,447 --> 00:30:48,347
A-all right.
753
00:30:48,382 --> 00:30:49,615
All right.
All right. Bye-bye.
754
00:30:49,649 --> 00:30:50,949
All right.
755
00:30:50,984 --> 00:30:52,651

We can still make this work.


756
00:30:52,685 --> 00:30:55,019
I don't know why I'm sitting
here listening to a new plan.
757
00:30:55,054 --> 00:30:56,754
Well, the first one's
not going all that well.
758
00:30:56,788 --> 00:30:58,956
This playing-with-fame thing -it's reckless.
759
00:30:58,991 --> 00:31:00,291
You're not controlling the mark.
760
00:31:00,325 --> 00:31:01,692
All right,
we're operating without a net.
761
00:31:01,727 --> 00:31:02,517
Somebody's gonna get hurt.
762
00:31:02,637 --> 00:31:05,428
Eliot, why don't you just
take the rest of the job off?
763
00:31:15,055 --> 00:31:15,955
Consciously or not,
764
00:31:15,989 --> 00:31:17,297
I think you look at Reed Rockwell
765
00:31:17,417 --> 00:31:19,238
and see everything
you hate about Nathan -766
00:31:19,358 --> 00:31:21,189
Any way I can get you
to not finish that thought?
767
00:31:21,777 --> 00:31:24,336
Every time something goes wrong,
you push harder,
768
00:31:24,456 --> 00:31:26,773

and now you're pushing


to ruin Rockwell so hard,
769
00:31:26,893 --> 00:31:28,435
you're going to end up
ruining yourself.
770
00:31:28,555 --> 00:31:30,200
Maybe that's what
you're trying to do.
771
00:31:30,320 --> 00:31:31,655
Nate...
772
00:31:31,775 --> 00:31:32,817
I think he developed
773
00:31:32,937 --> 00:31:35,552
and then took a new shot
of every picture on the roll.
774
00:31:35,672 --> 00:31:37,658
The one he alters right here
in the middle, man -775
00:31:37,778 --> 00:31:39,717
I mean, the tech at the time
was primitive at best,
776
00:31:39,837 --> 00:31:41,025
but it's really a seamless job.
777
00:31:41,145 --> 00:31:43,972
Just skip to the last page,
please.
778
00:31:44,501 --> 00:31:46,809
We're not gonna be able
to nail Rockwell for the car accident.
779
00:31:54,254 --> 00:31:55,680
What do you mean it didn't work?
780
00:31:55,800 --> 00:31:57,287
How the hell did you
screw this up?!!
781

00:31:57,322 --> 00:31:58,655


There was somebody with her.
782
00:31:58,689 --> 00:31:59,723
Somebody?
783
00:31:59,757 --> 00:32:02,403
He -- he beat me up
784
00:32:02,523 --> 00:32:03,460
with the screen door.
785
00:32:06,297 --> 00:32:07,697
What?!
786
00:32:07,732 --> 00:32:11,535
Is that girl's life really
only worth $25,000, Reed?
787
00:32:11,569 --> 00:32:14,676
How's about 14 years of prison
for my man?
788
00:32:14,796 --> 00:32:16,139
That part of the payoff?
789
00:32:16,173 --> 00:32:18,040
See, after your friend left,
790
00:32:18,160 --> 00:32:20,562
I started looking through
some things from back then,
791
00:32:20,682 --> 00:32:22,679
and I found a picture
you may have missed.
792
00:32:22,713 --> 00:32:25,606
Pretty sure it's worth more
than 25k.
793
00:32:25,726 --> 00:32:29,119
Tell me what figure
you had in mind.
794
00:32:30,234 --> 00:32:32,256
How's about 250?

795
00:32:33,659 --> 00:32:35,093
Or what?
796
00:32:35,127 --> 00:32:39,064
Or you go to the local news.
797
00:32:39,099 --> 00:32:42,322
Or I talk to the first reporter
who will take my call.
798
00:32:42,442 --> 00:32:44,395
Do you have <i>any</i> idea
799
00:32:44,515 --> 00:32:46,189
who you're screwing with?
800
00:32:46,309 --> 00:32:48,306
I'll be in an old Buick.
801
00:32:48,341 --> 00:32:50,374
You wait for me under the bridge.
802
00:32:50,409 --> 00:32:52,376
You got one hour.
803
00:32:52,410 --> 00:32:54,518
And it better be you
personally, Reed.
804
00:32:55,209 --> 00:32:56,599
Climb into the back of the car,
805
00:32:56,719 --> 00:32:57,881
hand over the money -806
00:32:57,916 --> 00:33:00,381
I hand you the evidence,
you get out of the car.
807
00:33:00,501 --> 00:33:01,913
Simple as that.
808
00:33:03,822 --> 00:33:04,889
Very good.

809
00:33:04,923 --> 00:33:06,056
You did great.
810
00:33:07,859 --> 00:33:10,526
He's all yours, Nate.
811
00:33:13,997 --> 00:33:16,246
Looks like I missed something.
812
00:33:17,401 --> 00:33:19,170
Calm down, Rockwell.
Use your words.
813
00:33:19,290 --> 00:33:20,334
If there's a problem,
we'll fix it.
814
00:33:20,454 --> 00:33:21,687
I'm being blackmailed!
815
00:33:21,807 --> 00:33:23,910
This bitch I knew
half a lifetime ago -816
00:33:24,030 --> 00:33:25,471
14 years -- she just...
817
00:33:26,471 --> 00:33:29,999
I-I was in a car accident
in high school.
818
00:33:30,119 --> 00:33:32,469
This girl I know got killed.
We were all drunk.
819
00:33:32,589 --> 00:33:35,139
I was <i>not</i> the one driving.
I swear to God.
820
00:33:35,447 --> 00:33:36,947
But the cops came.
821
00:33:37,067 --> 00:33:38,572
I was still on the scene.
822
00:33:38,692 --> 00:33:40,343

And now -- now -823


00:33:40,463 --> 00:33:43,929
This girl who was in the car
with us wants 250 grand...
824
00:33:43,964 --> 00:33:45,231
...or she's gonna go public
825
00:33:45,265 --> 00:33:46,733
and say that I was the one
at the wheel.
826
00:33:46,853 --> 00:33:47,967
Uh-huh. Wow.
827
00:33:48,001 --> 00:33:50,236
That's really something.
828
00:33:50,270 --> 00:33:52,004
Look.
829
00:33:52,039 --> 00:33:55,741
Look, I-I already
tried to make this go away.
830
00:33:55,776 --> 00:33:57,731
Not hard enough.
Sit down.
831
00:34:00,886 --> 00:34:03,354
We are at the goal line here,
Rockwell.
832
00:34:03,388 --> 00:34:06,323
Now, you can't afford to have
a scandal like this.
833
00:34:06,358 --> 00:34:08,592
We both know
that it doesn't matter
834
00:34:08,627 --> 00:34:10,527
if it's trumped up or real.
835
00:34:10,562 --> 00:34:14,398
Look.

This request...
836
00:34:14,432 --> 00:34:17,234
for the $250,000...
837
00:34:17,269 --> 00:34:19,870
maybe it's not such a bad thing.
What?
838
00:34:19,904 --> 00:34:21,947
W-what are you
talking about?
839
00:34:22,067 --> 00:34:24,375
Comparatively,
it is a lot of money,
840
00:34:24,409 --> 00:34:26,649
but it means that the girl
doesn't want to string this out
841
00:34:26,769 --> 00:34:27,845
over a bunch of payments.
842
00:34:27,879 --> 00:34:29,980
She wants to take the money now
and disappear.
843
00:34:30,015 --> 00:34:31,081
Okay? You both win.
844
00:34:31,116 --> 00:34:32,116
No, Gillis...
845
00:34:32,151 --> 00:34:33,585
<i>She</i> wins.
846
00:34:33,619 --> 00:34:35,913
I'm out $250,000!
847
00:34:35,984 --> 00:34:36,881
I wouldn't worry about <i>that.</i>
848
00:34:36,901 --> 00:34:38,575
I mean, look,
you'll make that money back

849
00:34:38,695 --> 00:34:40,472
in a month of
speaking engagements, you know,
850
00:34:40,592 --> 00:34:41,960
one week of book signings.
851
00:34:42,080 --> 00:34:43,475
Don't worry about that.
The thing is this -852
00:34:43,595 --> 00:34:46,199
you are now...
853
00:34:46,233 --> 00:34:49,570
You're not in the shadows
anymore, Rockwell.
854
00:34:49,604 --> 00:34:51,338
Okay?
855
00:34:51,372 --> 00:34:54,408
You are -- you are
at the whim of the media.
856
00:34:54,443 --> 00:34:58,213
And we both know what they'll do
with a story like this.
857
00:35:01,801 --> 00:35:05,019
No way I'm letting that bitch
get away with this.
858
00:35:05,053 --> 00:35:09,156
She gives me her evidence,
I get out of her car...
859
00:35:11,091 --> 00:35:12,592
...you make sure this is over.
860
00:35:12,626 --> 00:35:15,161
Take the land rover.
You got it.
861
00:35:31,879 --> 00:35:34,748
Long time, Emma.

862
00:35:34,782 --> 00:35:36,383
Just hand over the photo.
863
00:35:39,788 --> 00:35:41,021
Hey. Hey!
What are you doing?
864
00:35:41,055 --> 00:35:43,557
What the...
Where the hell are we going?!
865
00:35:43,591 --> 00:35:44,691
To get the evidence.
866
00:35:44,725 --> 00:35:46,415
I wasn't stupid enough
to bring it with me!
867
00:35:46,535 --> 00:35:48,562
Just pull the damn car over!
868
00:35:48,596 --> 00:35:50,130
This is amateur crap.
869
00:35:50,164 --> 00:35:52,332
Wait. Wait,
I know you from the -870
00:35:52,366 --> 00:35:53,800
I've seen you before.
871
00:35:53,834 --> 00:35:56,536
I -- What the hell
is going on here?!
872
00:36:17,095 --> 00:36:18,747
Oh, my God.
873
00:36:18,867 --> 00:36:20,412
Oh, not again.
874
00:36:20,532 --> 00:36:22,021
Not again.
875
00:36:22,141 --> 00:36:24,146
Not again.

876
00:36:32,311 --> 00:36:33,608
Where the hell are you, Kreese?
877
00:36:33,728 --> 00:36:34,628
I'm back at the office.
878
00:36:34,748 --> 00:36:35,878
Give me a call the second you...
879
00:36:40,043 --> 00:36:41,954
Evening, Mr. Rockwell.
880
00:36:42,910 --> 00:36:44,837
Why are you trying
to deny this, Mr. Rockwell?
881
00:36:44,957 --> 00:36:47,820
<i>Because I didn't cause</i>
<i>any accident.</i>
882
00:36:47,940 --> 00:36:49,261
I was the victim.
883
00:36:49,381 --> 00:36:50,644
I just got finished telling you.
884
00:36:50,764 --> 00:36:53,497
What, did you pull that badge
out of a cereal box?
885
00:37:13,521 --> 00:37:15,722
Give me the keys.
886
00:37:50,317 --> 00:37:52,464
Any interest in changing your
statement there, Froot Loops?
887
00:37:52,584 --> 00:37:54,772
- What is this?
- Oh, those are your phone records, Rockwell.
888
00:37:54,892 --> 00:37:56,645
Which show dozens
of calls and texts
889

00:37:56,765 --> 00:37:57,777


to the number of that girl
890
00:37:57,897 --> 00:37:58,983
who was in that car
you just smacked up.
891
00:37:59,103 --> 00:38:01,195
Call me now -so I have your phone...
892
00:38:01,315 --> 00:38:03,475
Oh. Got it.
893
00:38:03,595 --> 00:38:05,661
I'm cloning Rockwell's cell
right now.
894
00:38:05,781 --> 00:38:07,191
Cute little blond girl
like that -895
00:38:07,311 --> 00:38:08,279
<i>What, were you stalking her?</i>
896
00:38:08,399 --> 00:38:09,353
<i>See, what we're getting at here</i>
897
00:38:09,473 --> 00:38:10,728
<i>is called intent.</i>
898
00:38:10,848 --> 00:38:12,493
<i>I was -- I was not</i>
<i>stalking that girl.</i>
899
00:38:12,613 --> 00:38:13,684
<i>I-I hardly knew her.</i>
900
00:38:13,804 --> 00:38:15,537
<i>The only reason I was in her car</i>
901
00:38:15,657 --> 00:38:17,777
is 'cause she was trying to
blackmail me. I swear to God!
902
00:38:17,897 --> 00:38:19,336
Blackmailing you?

Yes.
903
00:38:19,456 --> 00:38:22,695
For this drunk-driving accident
14 years ago.
904
00:38:23,974 --> 00:38:25,616
No, I wasn't at fault!
905
00:38:25,736 --> 00:38:27,572
For which accident?!
Neither!
906
00:38:27,692 --> 00:38:29,925
You guys have -my briefcase.
907
00:38:30,045 --> 00:38:32,758
Get my briefcase.
There's 250 grand in there.
908
00:38:32,878 --> 00:38:33,728
It's the payoff money.
909
00:38:33,848 --> 00:38:36,272
It'll prove
that she was trying to extort -910
00:38:36,392 --> 00:38:38,534
Would that be <i>this</i> briefcase?
911
00:38:39,123 --> 00:38:42,476
Wait. How...
912
00:38:52,615 --> 00:38:54,590
Sleep tight, my man.
913
00:38:56,394 --> 00:38:58,028
I-I...
914
00:38:58,148 --> 00:38:59,734
No. No, no, no.
915
00:38:59,854 --> 00:39:02,466
This evidence has been
digitally altered!

916
00:39:02,501 --> 00:39:03,763
<i>This is not the real photograph.</i>
917
00:39:03,883 --> 00:39:05,277
<i>I-I...</i>
918
00:39:09,017 --> 00:39:10,606
Tell me about it.
919
00:39:18,715 --> 00:39:21,090
<i>State's Attorney Kelley</i>
<i>personally oversaw</i>
920
00:39:21,210 --> 00:39:22,708
<i>the Lowell native's release</i>
921
00:39:22,828 --> 00:39:25,085
<i>after spending the last 14 years</i>
922
00:39:25,205 --> 00:39:26,890
<i>behind bars</i>
<i>for a crime he didn't commit.</i>
923
00:39:27,010 --> 00:39:28,020
Think they're happy now -924
00:39:28,140 --> 00:39:29,549
Wait till they see
what's in that briefcase
925
00:39:29,669 --> 00:39:30,919
waiting at home for them.
926
00:39:31,039 --> 00:39:33,316
Enough to fix their screen door.
927
00:39:33,436 --> 00:39:35,802
Couple hundred thousand of them.
928
00:39:36,468 --> 00:39:38,511
<i>...Yet sadness over the death</i>
<i>of an innocent girl</i>
929
00:39:38,631 --> 00:39:40,738
- <i>in the car accident...</i>
- All right.

930
00:39:40,773 --> 00:39:42,974
<i>That led to his incarceration 14 years ago.</i>
It was reckless.
931
00:39:43,009 --> 00:39:45,510
It was worth it.
932
00:39:45,630 --> 00:39:47,334
Yeah, <i>this</i> time.
933
00:39:47,628 --> 00:39:50,200
Bet you're starting to like that
C.G.I. Yoda a little bit now?
934
00:39:50,320 --> 00:39:52,964
Yeah, when he gives back
the childhood he stole from me.
935
00:39:53,084 --> 00:39:55,353
Why don't you just ask me to
join the dark side? Go ahead.
936
00:39:55,473 --> 00:39:57,376
"Well, Nate,
winning isn't everything."
937
00:39:58,257 --> 00:40:00,827
You know, for a while there,
you were an honest man.
938
00:40:00,947 --> 00:40:03,605
And then for a while,
you were a thief.
939
00:40:03,725 --> 00:40:05,193
Yeah, maybe I'm both.
940
00:40:05,313 --> 00:40:06,713
You <i>can't</i> be both.
941
00:40:09,635 --> 00:40:11,619
I'm just not sure at this point
942
00:40:11,620 --> 00:40:13,532
which one I <i>want</i> to win.

943
00:40:17,357 --> 00:40:19,813
<i>Now to return to one</i>
<i>of the top stories tonight,</i>
944
00:40:19,933 --> 00:40:21,855
<i>the shockingly brief</i>
<i>rise and fall</i>
945
00:40:21,975 --> 00:40:23,152
<i>of Reed Rockwell,</i>
946
00:40:23,272 --> 00:40:26,255
<i>whose foiling of a coffee-house</i>
<i>robbery on Tuesday</i>
947
00:40:26,375 --> 00:40:29,932
<i>was overshadowed by his arrest</i>
<i>and subsequent confession.</i>
948
00:40:30,052 --> 00:40:33,024
<i>New evidence suggests that</i>
<i>Rockwell was the driver</i>
949
00:40:33,059 --> 00:40:34,625
<i>who caused the accident...</i>
950
00:40:34,745 --> 00:40:37,464
<i>...That resulted in</i>
<i>P.J. Tiernan's incarceration</i>
951
00:40:37,584 --> 00:40:39,168
<i>14 years ago.</i>
Yeah.
952
00:40:39,288 --> 00:40:42,477
Mr. Ford, that was a hell
of a piece of work.
953
00:40:42,962 --> 00:40:45,459
The gentleman that was listening
in on my apartment, I presume.
954
00:40:45,579 --> 00:40:48,253
Wiretaps without warrants
are a felony.
955
00:40:48,753 --> 00:40:50,429

Listen, here's the thing.


956
00:40:50,549 --> 00:40:53,294
We had some outstanding
contracts with Mr. Rockwell.
957
00:40:53,414 --> 00:40:55,571
I don't suppose you'd consider
taking them on
958
00:40:55,691 --> 00:40:56,839
for a substantial fee.
959
00:40:56,959 --> 00:40:58,091
I don't work that way.
960
00:40:58,211 --> 00:41:00,591
You honestly don't, do you?
961
00:41:00,870 --> 00:41:03,306
You actually think
you're one of the good guys.
962
00:41:03,426 --> 00:41:06,233
You care to talk this over
face-to-face?
963
00:41:06,353 --> 00:41:07,733
Congratulations again.
964
00:41:07,853 --> 00:41:09,550
Getting rid of scum
like Rockwell -965
00:41:09,670 --> 00:41:11,242
you made the world
a better place.
966
00:41:13,060 --> 00:41:15,999
<i>And information from</i>
<i>the original accident scene</i>
967
00:41:16,119 --> 00:41:19,190
<i>states that Rockwell</i>
<i>was under the influence</i>
968
00:41:19,310 --> 00:41:20,911

<i>of alcohol at the time.</i>


969
00:41:21,373 --> 00:41:23,036
<i>And in a bizarre twist,</i>
970
00:41:23,156 --> 00:41:25,992
<i>Rockwell was caught on</i>
<i>a local traffic camera tonight</i>
971
00:41:26,112 --> 00:41:29,105
<i>causing yet another car accident.</i>
972
00:41:29,225 --> 00:41:34,944
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