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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,843 --> 00:00:02,533 I checked 2 00:00:02,834 --> 00:00:04,769 Airport charters in 15 minutes 3 00:00:17,945 --> 00:00:19,640 I'm sorry, Mr. Ford, sorry 4 00:00:20,266 --> 00:00:21,296 I know who you are 5 00:00:21,296 --> 00:00:23,926 I've.. Excuse me. I've read all about you 6 00:00:25,126 --> 00:00:26,701 I know, for example that 7 00:00:27,349 --> 00:00:30,040 When you found that stolen ... in Florence 8 00:00:30,292 --> 00:00:31,496 You probably saved your insurance company 9 00:00:31,496 --> 00:00:33,116 What.. 40-45 million dollars 10 00:00:33,116 --> 00:00:35,750 Then there was that identity theft thing.. You see. 11 00:00:35,750 --> 00:00:40,312 Your insurance company. How do you even know how many millions of dollars.. 12 00:00:40,312 --> 00:00:43,057 I.. I just know that when you needed them.. 13 00:00:46,659 --> 00:00:48,516 What happened to your family, it's a kind of thing.. 14 00:00:48,516 --> 00:00:49,812 You know, that's part of the conversation 15 00:00:49,812 --> 00:00:51,759 When I punch you in the neck nine or ten times 16 00:00:51,759 --> 00:00:54,099 And we coming up on that pretty quick 17 00:00:54,366 --> 00:00:56,286 I just want to offer you a job 18 00:00:56,392 --> 00:00:57,492 What do you got? 19 00:00:58,662 --> 00:01:01,367 Do you know anything about airplane design? 20 00:01:01,540 --> 00:01:03,507 You can give it a shot, you know, give me a pencil, 21 00:01:03,507 --> 00:01:04,867 and one of that little rulers.. 22 00:01:04,867 --> 00:01:06,996 Somebody stolen my airplane designs. 23 00:01:06,996 --> 00:01:07,861 Aah, I see.. 24 00:01:08,553 --> 00:01:10,202 And you'd like me to find them, right? 25 00:01:10,202 --> 00:01:11,892 No. I know where they are. 26 00:01:14,027 --> 00:01:15,952 I want you to steal them back. 27 00:02:08,166 --> 00:02:10,322 Are you sure Pirson stole your designs? 28 00:02:10,322 --> 00:02:11,962 My engineer goes missing. 29 00:02:12,266 --> 00:02:13,947 It desappears with all my values. 30 00:02:13,947 --> 00:02:16,183 And one week later Pirson starts an identical project? Come on! 31 00:02:16,183 --> 00:02:19,819 I don't know. Stealing them back, it's like a stupid risk. 32 00:02:20,364 --> 00:02:25,428 Listen to me. At the end of this month I have a shareholders meeting, it's important. 33 00:02:25,428 --> 00:02:28,517 I've spend five years and hundred million dollars. 34 00:02:28,517 --> 00:02:30,697 And I go for that meeting with nothing to show for? 35 00:02:30,697 --> 00:02:31,737 Then I am dead. 36 00:02:34,303 --> 00:02:38,239 Look, I'm serious, look. Look at the people I've already hired. 37 00:02:38,279 --> 00:02:40,372 Do you recognize any of this names? 38 00:02:40,372 --> 00:02:43,422 Year, I've chased all of them one time or anoth.. 39 00:02:44,259 --> 00:02:45,820 Parker, you have Parker. 40 00:02:45,820 --> 00:02:47,100 Is he somebody bad? 41 00:02:47,636 --> 00:02:49,271 No, but Parker is insane. 42 00:02:50,508 --> 00:02:52,078 Which is why I need you. 43 00:02:53,697 --> 00:02:55,032 No. I'm not a thief. 44 00:02:56,537 --> 00:03:00,402 Thieves.. I got. But I need this one honest man to watch them. 45 00:03:15,265 --> 00:03:16,070 Are you in? 46 00:03:16,638 --> 00:03:18,875 It's not gonna work, these people you hired.. 47 00:03:18,875 --> 00:03:20,501 They are at the same rep. 48 00:03:20,501 --> 00:03:22,018 They work alone, they always work alone. 49 00:03:22,018 --> 00:03:23,483 There's no exceptions. 50 00:03:23,626 --> 00:03:24,703 There's no way they'll work for you. 51 00:03:24,703 --> 00:03:27,753 Yes, I know, I know. For $300'000 each they will. 52 00:03:27,956 --> 00:03:30,768 And for you, for running it, it's double that. 53 00:03:30,768 --> 00:03:34,343 And it's off the books. Look at me, who's desperate here. 54 00:03:35,189 --> 00:03:37,387 That's just the salary. There is a bonus. 55 00:03:37,387 --> 00:03:39,792 Pirson is insured by IYS, your bosses. 56 00:03:41,870 --> 00:03:44,280 It's a $50 mil. intellectual property. 57 00:03:45,586 --> 00:03:49,517 Mr. Ford, how badly do you want to screw your insurance company 58 00:03:49,737 --> 00:03:51,192 That let your son die? 59 00:03:54,936 --> 00:03:56,041 OK, clear comms. 60 00:03:58,761 --> 00:04:00,516 No, no-no-no, no! Hell, no! 61 00:04:02,575 --> 00:04:04,745 This equipment is total VH-1, bro. 62 00:04:04,812 --> 00:04:06,153 It's busted in 80's. 63 00:04:06,410 --> 00:04:07,870 I got something nicer. 64 00:04:08,108 --> 00:04:09,868 Allright, no surprises now. 65 00:04:10,016 --> 00:04:11,606 I've been doing this since high school, bro. 66 00:04:11,606 --> 00:04:13,246 I'm can't be disciplined. 67 00:04:13,740 --> 00:04:15,776 It came straight from the airport and up to that room. 68 00:04:15,776 --> 00:04:17,597 So you didn't actually saw any of them. 69 00:04:17,597 --> 00:04:19,517 But they credit card numbers checked out. 70 00:04:19,517 --> 00:04:20,502 Brake it down! 71 00:04:24,406 --> 00:04:26,866 Does that look like Mick Jagger to you? 72 00:04:27,377 --> 00:04:29,717 This is not the room you looking for. 73 00:04:31,052 --> 00:04:33,927 This mike works out of vibrations in your jaw. 74 00:04:37,453 --> 00:04:39,033 You can hear everything. 75 00:04:39,838 --> 00:04:41,824 You not as useless as you look. 76 00:04:42,546 --> 00:04:44,471 I don't even know what you do. 77 00:04:54,019 --> 00:04:56,309 I'm here to collect the merchandise. 78 00:05:24,830 --> 00:05:25,870 Can I have one? 79 00:05:26,245 --> 00:05:27,995 You can have the whole box. 80 00:05:28,186 --> 00:05:31,806 What're you gonna do if the finds out you lives with your mom? 81 00:05:31,806 --> 00:05:34,371 Age of the geek, baby. We run the world. 82 00:05:34,484 --> 00:05:36,480 You keep telling yourself that. 83 00:05:44,983 --> 00:05:47,093 You thought I wouldn't find this? 84 00:05:48,025 --> 00:05:50,825 You don't get bunny until you do what I say. 85 00:05:52,839 --> 00:05:54,055 So be a good girl. 86 00:05:55,414 --> 00:05:57,569 Or, I don't know. A better thief. 87 00:06:24,429 --> 00:06:26,994 Last time i used this rig - Paris, 2003. 88 00:06:28,686 --> 00:06:29,678 Is this thing safe? 89 00:06:29,678 --> 00:06:31,908 Terma de Carvaggio? You stole that? 90 00:06:32,520 --> 00:06:35,865 Yes, it's completely safe, it just you may experience 91 00:06:36,026 --> 00:06:39,616 nausea, weakness in your right side, stroke, strokiness.. 92 00:06:41,745 --> 00:06:43,605 You - preciselly why I work alone. 93 00:06:43,605 --> 00:06:46,926 Guys, listen up, you're gonna go on my count,not a second sooner. 94 00:06:46,926 --> 00:06:48,254 Parker, no freelancing. 95 00:06:48,254 --> 00:06:50,599 Hey, relax. We know what we're doing. 96 00:06:50,814 --> 00:06:53,394 And on the count of five.. four.. three.. 97 00:06:58,428 --> 00:07:00,278 - She's gone. - Son of a ... 98 00:07:01,498 --> 00:07:02,193 Yeeehaaa! 99 00:07:10,617 --> 00:07:13,492 It's twenty pounds of crazy in five pound bag. 100 00:07:21,088 --> 00:07:22,848 Vibration detectors are on. 101 00:07:23,958 --> 00:07:26,188 No cutting, Parker, use the binary. 102 00:08:32,492 --> 00:08:34,592 You know, Parker any time you... 103 00:08:34,902 --> 00:08:35,358 Whoa! 104 00:08:40,056 --> 00:08:41,307 Boys are on they way. 105 00:08:41,307 --> 00:08:44,232 Will you get me security? Do you see security? 106 00:08:45,470 --> 00:08:46,985 They don't see a thing. 107 00:08:59,813 --> 00:09:00,738 Door is open. 108 00:09:00,978 --> 00:09:02,918 Allright, guys, it's showtime. 109 00:09:03,091 --> 00:09:03,896 Here we go. 110 00:09:04,190 --> 00:09:05,395 - Here. - Got it. 111 00:09:11,520 --> 00:09:13,861 OK. You got any chatter on their frequencies? 112 00:09:13,861 --> 00:09:14,491 No. Why? 113 00:09:15,654 --> 00:09:20,321 There's eight listed on a duty roster, and there's only four at the guardpost. 114 00:09:20,321 --> 00:09:23,305 I can't even tell how many guys is in the room,how can you tell who is who? 115 00:09:23,305 --> 00:09:25,780 Haircuts, Parker, count their haircuts. 116 00:09:26,366 --> 00:09:26,701 ??? 117 00:09:28,080 --> 00:09:28,535 What? 118 00:09:29,130 --> 00:09:29,765 Nothing. 119 00:09:30,913 --> 00:09:31,548 Problem? 120 00:09:32,492 --> 00:09:33,362 Aah.. Maybe. 121 00:09:34,391 --> 00:09:35,496 Run the cameras. 122 00:09:36,382 --> 00:09:38,967 Send digitals forward. I salute you, sir. 123 00:09:44,341 --> 00:09:44,971 Got 'em! 124 00:09:45,462 --> 00:09:48,223 They doing a walkthrough an hour early. Why? 125 00:09:49,806 --> 00:09:51,506 Because it's the playoffs. 126 00:09:53,158 --> 00:09:57,678 Yeah. They doing the rounds an hour early so they can watch the playoffs. 127 00:09:58,061 --> 00:10:01,341 - Allright, where are they? - They at the stairwell! 128 00:10:02,579 --> 00:10:02,854 OK 129 00:10:10,168 --> 00:10:14,082 Hey! We've got a security breach! Get 'em on the radio up there. Go, go! 130 00:10:14,082 --> 00:10:17,707 OK, guys. Here's what we got to do. We got to squelch 'em. 131 00:10:25,636 --> 00:10:30,146 Elliot? What I want you to do is clear the zone and use Hardison as bait. 132 00:10:33,137 --> 00:10:35,007 Bait? Hold up, wait a minute! 133 00:10:35,945 --> 00:10:39,350 What're you talking about, man, I ain't nobody's bait. 134 00:10:50,385 --> 00:10:52,145 Hardison, they're on stair. 135 00:10:53,295 --> 00:10:55,930 Come on, baby, come on, just come on, man! 136 00:10:58,463 --> 00:10:59,214 Forget it! 137 00:11:01,713 --> 00:11:03,053 Hold it right there! 138 00:11:33,443 --> 00:11:34,603 That's what I do. 139 00:11:57,109 --> 00:11:59,192 Guys, guys, you got to talk to me, OK? 140 00:11:59,192 --> 00:12:01,477 'Cause I don't know what's going on! 141 00:12:01,514 --> 00:12:04,629 It's all good, I'm stripping the drives right now. 142 00:12:17,328 --> 00:12:18,313 Come on, baby. 143 00:12:22,915 --> 00:12:25,435 Got all the designs, got all the backup. 144 00:12:27,157 --> 00:12:28,202 Drop the spike. 145 00:12:32,748 --> 00:12:34,016 Did you give'em a virus? 146 00:12:34,016 --> 00:12:36,356 Dude, I gave 'em more than one virus. 147 00:12:37,288 --> 00:12:37,923 Problem. 148 00:12:38,505 --> 00:12:43,565 That guards again. They resetted all the alarms on the roof and the floor above us. 149 00:12:44,536 --> 00:12:45,576 We can't go up. 150 00:12:46,512 --> 00:12:47,850 Every man for himself, dude. 151 00:12:47,850 --> 00:12:49,355 Go ahead, but I'm the one with the merchandise. 152 00:12:49,355 --> 00:12:51,342 Yeah, and I'm the one with the exit! 153 00:12:51,342 --> 00:12:52,781 And I'm the one with a plan. 154 00:12:52,781 --> 00:12:54,939 Now I know you children don't play with others, 155 00:12:54,939 --> 00:12:58,334 but I need you to hold it together for exactly seven more minutes. 156 00:12:58,334 --> 00:13:00,854 Now, get to the elevator and hit "down". 157 00:13:01,541 --> 00:13:03,531 We're going to the burned scam. 158 00:13:12,276 --> 00:13:13,376 Going to plan B? 159 00:13:13,750 --> 00:13:15,685 Technically, that'd be plan G. 160 00:13:23,920 --> 00:13:27,020 How many plans do we have, is there like a plan M? 161 00:13:27,199 --> 00:13:29,129 Yeah. Hardison dies in plan M. 162 00:13:29,827 --> 00:13:30,807 I like plan M. 163 00:13:38,386 --> 00:13:40,971 I thought we locked down those elevators. 164 00:13:55,257 --> 00:13:57,427 Hey, hey, stand still, don't move. 165 00:14:07,452 --> 00:14:10,184 - Nice! Would you stare a little more? - Sorry. 166 00:14:10,184 --> 00:14:11,532 You gotta be kidding me! 167 00:14:11,532 --> 00:14:12,692 No, Tom, it's OK. 168 00:14:12,703 --> 00:14:13,628 No, it's not. 169 00:14:14,924 --> 00:14:16,549 - Sorry. - I understand. 170 00:14:41,428 --> 00:14:43,307 Come on, come on, it's gonna take all night.. 171 00:14:43,307 --> 00:14:47,012 I got a couple of wi-fi networks with some crappy bandwidth. 172 00:14:47,411 --> 00:14:48,571 OK, there you go. 173 00:14:48,828 --> 00:14:50,228 The designs are sent. 174 00:14:50,272 --> 00:14:53,813 Allright, the money will be on all your accounts later today. 175 00:14:53,813 --> 00:14:55,947 Anybody else noticed how we rocked last night? 176 00:14:55,947 --> 00:14:58,292 Yeah, well, one show only, no anchors 177 00:14:58,376 --> 00:15:00,208 I've already forgot your names. 178 00:15:00,208 --> 00:15:02,783 It was kinda cool being on the same side. 179 00:15:03,353 --> 00:15:06,122 No, we a not on the same side, I'm not a thief 180 00:15:06,122 --> 00:15:06,987 You are now. 181 00:15:07,927 --> 00:15:09,917 Come on, Nathan, tell the truth 182 00:15:10,019 --> 00:15:13,455 You have a little bit of fun doing a bit of black king, instead of white knight 183 00:15:13,455 --> 00:15:14,440 Just this once 184 00:15:38,437 --> 00:15:38,892 Yeah? 185 00:15:39,555 --> 00:15:40,600 You screwed me! 186 00:15:41,251 --> 00:15:43,061 The designs never got to me. 187 00:15:44,286 --> 00:15:45,976 No, I watched them go out. 188 00:15:46,028 --> 00:15:48,861 I don't know what you saw, but I received nothing! 189 00:15:48,861 --> 00:15:51,225 Look, I told you you couldn't trust 'em. 190 00:15:51,225 --> 00:15:54,451 It's not my job to trust anybody that's you were here for. 191 00:15:54,451 --> 00:15:57,579 I'm freezing the payments. I'm freezing all the payments! 192 00:15:57,579 --> 00:15:59,468 All right, look, look, look, uh ... 193 00:15:59,468 --> 00:16:01,349 I'll come over there right now... 194 00:16:01,349 --> 00:16:02,471 - No, no, no, no! 195 00:16:02,471 --> 00:16:04,299 Do not come here. My company... 196 00:16:04,299 --> 00:16:06,387 Has an old facility outside the city ... 197 00:16:06,387 --> 00:16:09,787 I'll text you the address and you be there in one hour! 198 00:16:28,867 --> 00:16:30,790 You wanna say what happened to the designs? 199 00:16:30,790 --> 00:16:33,430 What makes you think I know what happened? 200 00:16:33,569 --> 00:16:35,904 Stupid. Yeah, forget it, you did it. 201 00:16:36,552 --> 00:16:38,030 When we were coming down in an elevator. 202 00:16:38,030 --> 00:16:40,530 Yeah, that makes sense, doesn't it. Were the files ever sacked? 203 00:16:40,530 --> 00:16:42,129 Hey, wait, Cujo, I did my part. 204 00:16:42,129 --> 00:16:44,622 - I transferred the files. What did you do? - What if I take the gun and... 205 00:16:44,622 --> 00:16:45,017 Hey! 206 00:16:48,461 --> 00:16:49,441 Did you do it? 207 00:16:49,484 --> 00:16:51,190 You are the one who has played on both sides. 208 00:16:51,190 --> 00:16:55,300 Yeah, you seem pretty relaxed with a guy with a gun pointed at you. 209 00:16:55,339 --> 00:16:57,578 - Its safety is on. - Like I'm a fall for that. 210 00:16:57,578 --> 00:17:00,919 No, actually he's right, safety is on. Are you armed? 211 00:17:05,429 --> 00:17:06,649 I don't like guns. 212 00:17:10,800 --> 00:17:12,670 My money isn't on my account. 213 00:17:12,856 --> 00:17:14,491 That makes me cry inside. 214 00:17:15,117 --> 00:17:16,812 In my special angry voice. 215 00:17:18,981 --> 00:17:19,966 OK, Parker ... 216 00:17:21,640 --> 00:17:23,550 Now had you came here to get paid? 217 00:17:23,550 --> 00:17:25,671 Hell, no. Transferring funds, man. 218 00:17:25,671 --> 00:17:26,721 Global economy. 219 00:17:27,042 --> 00:17:31,037 It supposed to be a walkaway, I'm never supposed to see you again 220 00:17:31,069 --> 00:17:33,114 The only reason we guys are here 221 00:17:34,159 --> 00:17:36,265 it is because we didn't get paid. 222 00:17:38,500 --> 00:17:40,015 And you are pissed off! 223 00:17:47,743 --> 00:17:49,394 As a matter of fact, the only way to get us all 224 00:17:49,394 --> 00:17:51,511 in the same place at the same time ... 225 00:17:51,511 --> 00:17:53,792 is to tell us that we're not getting 226 00:17:55,986 --> 00:17:56,441 paid. 227 00:18:11,909 --> 00:18:13,479 Come on, get up, get up! 228 00:18:13,716 --> 00:18:15,116 Go, Hardison, go! Go! 229 00:18:34,876 --> 00:18:36,516 You don't like hospitals. 230 00:18:37,363 --> 00:18:38,053 Not much. 231 00:18:42,498 --> 00:18:43,603 It's about time! 232 00:18:44,546 --> 00:18:45,356 What the... 233 00:18:45,766 --> 00:18:49,232 Cops and firemen got there just as they were waiting it. 234 00:18:49,560 --> 00:18:50,485 Where are we? 235 00:18:50,514 --> 00:18:51,912 At the county hospital 236 00:18:51,912 --> 00:18:54,497 Local cops are responded to the explosion 237 00:18:56,703 --> 00:18:58,108 We've been processed? 238 00:19:01,558 --> 00:19:03,571 They faxed our prints to the state police. 239 00:19:03,571 --> 00:19:05,618 If the states run us, man, we're screwed. 240 00:19:05,618 --> 00:19:09,133 - How long? - 30, 35 minutes, depending on the software. 241 00:19:09,213 --> 00:19:11,143 They printed us 20 minutes ago 242 00:19:12,217 --> 00:19:14,419 Unless we get out of here in next 10 minutes ... 243 00:19:14,419 --> 00:19:17,514 - We all go to jail. - Hey, yeah, yeah, allright. 244 00:19:18,697 --> 00:19:19,868 I can take this cops. 245 00:19:19,868 --> 00:19:22,590 Don't you dare! You kill anyone, you screwed my getaway. 246 00:19:22,590 --> 00:19:25,528 Hello, I'm still handcuffed here, I can't even go to the bathroom, 247 00:19:25,528 --> 00:19:27,089 and I got to go. - Parker! 248 00:19:27,089 --> 00:19:28,129 Get me a phone! 249 00:19:29,807 --> 00:19:32,391 What we're going to do is we get out of here together. 250 00:19:32,391 --> 00:19:33,968 This was a one-time deal. 251 00:19:33,968 --> 00:19:35,104 OK, guys, here is your problem: 252 00:19:35,104 --> 00:19:38,213 You all know what you can do, and I know what all you can do 253 00:19:38,213 --> 00:19:41,078 So it gives me the edge, it gives me the plan. 254 00:19:41,738 --> 00:19:43,373 I don't trust these guys. 255 00:19:46,057 --> 00:19:47,157 Do you trust me? 256 00:19:51,182 --> 00:19:51,932 Of course. 257 00:19:52,967 --> 00:19:54,427 You're the honest man. 258 00:19:57,377 --> 00:19:58,367 Parker, phone. 259 00:19:59,083 --> 00:20:00,364 This is kinda suck. 260 00:20:02,219 --> 00:20:02,909 Oh, hell! 261 00:20:12,068 --> 00:20:14,238 The nausea could men a concussion. 262 00:20:18,932 --> 00:20:21,867 If you feel any more effects, or blurred vision 263 00:20:21,945 --> 00:20:23,880 tell the policeman right away. 264 00:20:40,736 --> 00:20:41,131 Hey. 265 00:20:43,020 --> 00:20:43,475 Nate! 266 00:20:46,659 --> 00:20:47,344 I got it. 267 00:20:49,324 --> 00:20:50,893 So the trick is to give them what they want. 268 00:20:50,893 --> 00:20:53,178 They expecting a phone call, right? 269 00:20:55,181 --> 00:20:57,641 Here's an outside call for you, line 2. 270 00:20:59,947 --> 00:21:00,282 OK. 271 00:21:05,794 --> 00:21:07,171 This is deputy Brians. 272 00:21:07,171 --> 00:21:10,269 Yeah, this is Detective Lt. Carlton, we dealing with a state police. 273 00:21:10,269 --> 00:21:12,241 We got those prints that you've send to us. 274 00:21:12,241 --> 00:21:15,646 The problem I have that there's all kinds of red flags, 275 00:21:15,779 --> 00:21:18,621 I have somebody on the phone for you, from the FBI 276 00:21:18,621 --> 00:21:21,556 down there in Washington. Can you hold on, son? 277 00:21:21,594 --> 00:21:22,284 Yes, sir. 278 00:21:25,052 --> 00:21:26,037 There it goes. 279 00:21:31,697 --> 00:21:35,352 Yeah, deputy Brians, this is deputy director McCumber, FBI. 280 00:21:35,522 --> 00:21:37,157 Yes, is our man allright? 281 00:21:37,187 --> 00:21:39,400 - I'm sorry, I don't follow... - Deputy, listen to me. 282 00:21:39,400 --> 00:21:41,797 The man you have inside there, he is ours actually. 283 00:21:41,797 --> 00:21:44,128 He has been in deep cover for 3 years. 284 00:21:44,128 --> 00:21:44,883 Seriously? 285 00:21:45,279 --> 00:21:48,223 That's correct. You should be receiving a fax any moment now 286 00:21:48,223 --> 00:21:50,278 confirming what I'm telling you. 287 00:21:50,953 --> 00:21:54,715 Most of what I've told you is classified, I need to know that I can trust you. 288 00:21:54,715 --> 00:21:55,225 Can I? 289 00:21:56,274 --> 00:21:56,964 Yes, sir. 290 00:22:04,345 --> 00:22:05,535 Walk it off, walk. 291 00:22:05,535 --> 00:22:06,345 Get inside. 292 00:22:17,643 --> 00:22:19,748 Fills my heart with tears of joy, 293 00:22:20,086 --> 00:22:21,246 what you guys do. 294 00:22:23,141 --> 00:22:23,772 It does. 295 00:22:25,676 --> 00:22:28,021 There's a call for you, state police. 296 00:22:33,451 --> 00:22:36,746 4 first-class tickets to anywhere but here coming up. 297 00:22:37,354 --> 00:22:38,694 Who's place is this? 298 00:22:39,397 --> 00:22:40,147 It's mine. 299 00:22:43,718 --> 00:22:47,466 I'm going to beat Dubenich so bad, even from one look at him you're going to bleed. 300 00:22:47,466 --> 00:22:48,913 You won't get within a 100 yards. 301 00:22:48,913 --> 00:22:51,247 He knows your face, he knows all our faces. 302 00:22:51,247 --> 00:22:52,582 He tried to kill us. 303 00:22:52,690 --> 00:22:55,035 And more important, he didn't pay us. 304 00:22:55,234 --> 00:22:56,989 How is that more important? 305 00:22:57,504 --> 00:22:58,904 I take it personally. 306 00:22:59,768 --> 00:23:01,585 There is something wrong with you ... 307 00:23:01,585 --> 00:23:03,220 Hey, hey, heads up, look. 308 00:23:03,817 --> 00:23:05,752 Dubenich history is 90% truth. 309 00:23:06,133 --> 00:23:09,064 He is in Bering Aerospace, big rival of Pirson's. 310 00:23:09,064 --> 00:23:12,469 But check out what my little web crawler has caught up. 311 00:23:12,751 --> 00:23:14,271 We've lost research ... 312 00:23:14,670 --> 00:23:17,130 that we've been working on for 5 years. 313 00:23:17,773 --> 00:23:19,828 Our servers have been sabotaged. 314 00:23:19,835 --> 00:23:23,729 Now we are going to pursue these perpetraitors with a full extent of the law, 315 00:23:23,729 --> 00:23:26,899 and with all the resources we have at our disposal. 316 00:23:27,220 --> 00:23:28,666 Could be a cover story. 317 00:23:28,666 --> 00:23:31,952 Here's a logs from last night, it has a time stamps of the projects from 318 00:23:31,952 --> 00:23:34,117 2003, 2004, and way, way down ago. 319 00:23:35,104 --> 00:23:38,233 - There's no reason to fake those, man. - So we didn't steal those plans back? 320 00:23:38,233 --> 00:23:39,668 No, we were just stealing them. 321 00:23:39,668 --> 00:23:41,773 And why would Dubenich lie to us? 322 00:23:42,883 --> 00:23:44,463 Because you are thieves. 323 00:23:44,473 --> 00:23:47,163 If he hired to you for a straight up crime, 324 00:23:47,570 --> 00:23:50,112 You'll know he's bad guy like you, you'd be suspicious. 325 00:23:50,112 --> 00:23:52,382 This way you saw just another citizen, in over his head 326 00:23:52,382 --> 00:23:54,793 and that's why you didn't see the double cross coming. 327 00:23:54,793 --> 00:23:57,465 - Why didn't you see it coming? - Because I am not a thief. 328 00:23:57,465 --> 00:24:00,853 - You know? Maybe that was the problem. - Hey, hey, hey. 329 00:24:00,853 --> 00:24:02,428 Our 4 tickets to London, 330 00:24:02,439 --> 00:24:04,074 Rome, Paris and Sao Paulo 331 00:24:05,050 --> 00:24:06,887 all matching the ID's that you gave me. 332 00:24:06,887 --> 00:24:07,757 You running? 333 00:24:07,981 --> 00:24:10,536 - Yes. You got a better idea? - No, no. 334 00:24:12,237 --> 00:24:13,287 You're running. 335 00:24:14,531 --> 00:24:16,226 That was a high-risk play. 336 00:24:18,385 --> 00:24:21,369 You got your balls tied to the stock price like a senior block 337 00:24:21,369 --> 00:24:23,664 with shareholders meeting coming up. 338 00:24:24,007 --> 00:24:26,878 We can't let this guy have any time to cool down. 339 00:24:26,878 --> 00:24:29,033 You want to run a game on this guy 340 00:24:29,377 --> 00:24:29,773 You? 341 00:24:31,687 --> 00:24:34,207 Yeah, I mean, how do you think I got most of my stolen merchandise back? 342 00:24:34,207 --> 00:24:37,791 This guy is greedy, he thinks he's smart, is the best kind of mark. 343 00:24:37,791 --> 00:24:39,536 He thinks he got rid of us. 344 00:24:39,715 --> 00:24:41,235 An element of surprise. 345 00:24:41,245 --> 00:24:42,580 What's in it for me? 346 00:24:43,277 --> 00:24:43,912 Payback. 347 00:24:44,339 --> 00:24:46,674 And if it goes right, a lot of money. 348 00:24:46,711 --> 00:24:48,199 And what's in it for me? 349 00:24:48,199 --> 00:24:49,239 A lot of money. 350 00:24:50,053 --> 00:24:51,568 And if it goes right... 351 00:24:52,187 --> 00:24:52,822 payback. 352 00:24:55,285 --> 00:24:55,980 Hardison? 353 00:24:56,346 --> 00:24:59,754 I was going to send thousands of porn magazines to his office, but ... 354 00:24:59,754 --> 00:25:01,979 Hell, yeah, man, let's kick him up! 355 00:25:02,306 --> 00:25:03,701 What's in it for you? 356 00:25:09,072 --> 00:25:10,112 He used my son. 357 00:25:17,932 --> 00:25:19,867 Allright, let's go get Sophie. 358 00:25:26,096 --> 00:25:27,906 Who the hell is this Sophie? 359 00:25:28,952 --> 00:25:30,057 Hail you spirits 360 00:25:30,687 --> 00:25:32,562 that tend on mortal thoughts! 361 00:25:33,772 --> 00:25:34,697 Unsex me here 362 00:25:36,148 --> 00:25:38,603 and fill me from the crown to the toes. 363 00:25:41,344 --> 00:25:42,385 at the foot ... 364 00:25:42,489 --> 00:25:43,829 Full of darkness ... 365 00:25:44,782 --> 00:25:45,707 Make my blood 366 00:25:48,636 --> 00:25:50,386 stop all the all access ... 367 00:25:51,295 --> 00:25:52,815 and passage to remorse, 368 00:25:53,968 --> 00:25:54,718 that no... 369 00:25:58,196 --> 00:26:00,347 - That no ... - She's very awful. 370 00:26:01,958 --> 00:26:03,003 Is she injured? 371 00:26:03,486 --> 00:26:04,351 In the head? 372 00:26:04,413 --> 00:26:06,985 Seriously, man, this is the worst actress I've ever seen. 373 00:26:06,985 --> 00:26:08,440 This is not her stage. 374 00:26:15,303 --> 00:26:15,638 No. 375 00:26:16,344 --> 00:26:17,324 No! I vote no! 376 00:26:17,829 --> 00:26:18,879 Parker's right. 377 00:26:19,615 --> 00:26:20,840 Dubenich knows us. 378 00:26:21,834 --> 00:26:23,349 And we need fresh face. 379 00:26:26,563 --> 00:26:28,198 I thought you were great. 380 00:26:30,505 --> 00:26:31,370 My only fan. 381 00:26:41,762 --> 00:26:42,337 Freeze! 382 00:26:49,913 --> 00:26:50,783 You wanco... 383 00:26:55,382 --> 00:26:56,602 I'm a citizen now. 384 00:26:57,220 --> 00:26:57,795 Honest. 385 00:27:01,205 --> 00:27:01,835 I'm not. 386 00:27:04,206 --> 00:27:05,541 You play on my side? 387 00:27:13,101 --> 00:27:15,321 I always thought you had it in you. 388 00:27:20,919 --> 00:27:21,724 Are you in? 389 00:27:24,700 --> 00:27:26,100 I wouldn't miss this. 390 00:27:30,047 --> 00:27:33,332 All right, let's go break the law, just one more time 391 00:27:47,524 --> 00:27:50,610 Victor Dubenich, executive vice president in charge of new tecnologies 392 00:27:50,610 --> 00:27:52,905 and development of Bering Aerospace. 393 00:27:53,170 --> 00:27:55,280 Rich daddy, trust fund, Yale MBA, 394 00:27:56,196 --> 00:27:57,416 blah blah blah ... 395 00:27:58,611 --> 00:28:01,139 Victor. Now when was the last time you met a Victor? 396 00:28:01,139 --> 00:28:03,129 Vietnam. Tinh Cao Bang Na Ziai. 397 00:28:03,791 --> 00:28:04,781 Chinese border 398 00:28:06,693 --> 00:28:08,760 That's an odd thing for you to know. 399 00:28:08,760 --> 00:28:10,920 That's an odd place for you to be. 400 00:28:10,950 --> 00:28:13,851 Bering is in charge of all that big fat government contracts. 401 00:28:13,851 --> 00:28:17,189 Some Department of Defense things very classified stuff. 402 00:28:17,189 --> 00:28:18,289 Can we use that? 403 00:28:18,477 --> 00:28:19,157 No, I do not think so. 404 00:28:19,157 --> 00:28:22,160 Dubenich is in charge of the commercial airline business. 405 00:28:22,160 --> 00:28:26,084 I know that when you sent Dubenich's designs, you weren't supposed to make any copies.. 406 00:28:26,084 --> 00:28:27,069 No, I promise. 407 00:28:27,789 --> 00:28:29,544 That wouldn't be very well. 408 00:28:29,640 --> 00:28:30,980 Show me your copies. 409 00:28:36,262 --> 00:28:37,188 It's an airplain. 410 00:28:37,188 --> 00:28:39,082 This is short range domestic airliner. 411 00:28:39,082 --> 00:28:40,722 Usually, one hour flights 412 00:28:41,045 --> 00:28:43,505 It's a fastest growing segment of the industry 413 00:28:43,505 --> 00:28:45,320 Very fuel efficient, hi tech 414 00:28:45,560 --> 00:28:46,960 Very nice carbon nose 415 00:28:47,929 --> 00:28:49,909 It's got a titanium rap, 3 to 1 416 00:28:50,782 --> 00:28:53,417 You know, you pick up thing here and there 417 00:28:53,511 --> 00:28:55,256 You pick up a lot of stuff. 418 00:28:57,693 --> 00:28:58,973 Now check this out. 419 00:28:59,163 --> 00:29:00,166 Dubenich and Pearson, 420 00:29:00,166 --> 00:29:01,906 they were head to head for 5 years, 421 00:29:01,906 --> 00:29:03,493 trying to grab the lead in the industry, 422 00:29:03,493 --> 00:29:05,675 it's profit like an 11 billion dollars. 423 00:29:05,675 --> 00:29:07,378 So, Pirson got there first, 424 00:29:07,378 --> 00:29:09,193 Dubenich sticks at the back. 425 00:29:09,432 --> 00:29:10,767 So they got a rival. 426 00:29:11,128 --> 00:29:13,098 It's kind of rival that hurted him so much 427 00:29:13,098 --> 00:29:15,640 has hired us to steal his designs. This is good. 428 00:29:15,640 --> 00:29:19,161 - What are you thinking, Nate? - I'm thinking Nigerians. 429 00:29:21,116 --> 00:29:23,111 Yeah, Nigerians will do nicely. 430 00:29:32,377 --> 00:29:34,307 Well, he hasn't changed a bit. 431 00:29:36,913 --> 00:29:38,428 Your 9 o'clock is here. 432 00:29:38,741 --> 00:29:39,311 But ... 433 00:29:45,590 --> 00:29:46,520 Mr. Dubenich. 434 00:29:48,574 --> 00:29:49,564 Anna Gunstott, 435 00:29:50,343 --> 00:29:53,473 African Commercial Transport and Trade Initiative. 436 00:29:55,364 --> 00:29:56,824 Faking amount is suck. 437 00:29:59,684 --> 00:30:01,078 - You're government? - No, no. 438 00:30:01,078 --> 00:30:02,903 Private business consultant. 439 00:30:04,514 --> 00:30:07,644 We looking to incourage infrastructure development 440 00:30:08,060 --> 00:30:09,465 and economic renewal. 441 00:30:11,446 --> 00:30:14,950 I don't know what's that means in English. What does it mean? 442 00:30:14,950 --> 00:30:17,115 We create jobs in trade in Africa. 443 00:30:17,419 --> 00:30:19,774 Keeping graft and stealing managable. 444 00:30:21,279 --> 00:30:22,619 But she's not awful. 445 00:30:22,652 --> 00:30:23,872 This is her stage. 446 00:30:24,438 --> 00:30:27,853 Sophie Devereaux is the finest actress you've ever seen 447 00:30:28,531 --> 00:30:29,989 when she's breaking the law. 448 00:30:29,989 --> 00:30:31,713 Keeping graft and stealing managable in Africa? 449 00:30:31,713 --> 00:30:33,156 Good luck. I do not think I can help. 450 00:30:33,156 --> 00:30:36,882 I don't think that any human being on Earth can help you with that, sorry. 451 00:30:36,882 --> 00:30:37,512 Come on. 452 00:30:38,741 --> 00:30:41,501 Let's go and talk somewhere less formal, eh? 453 00:30:44,019 --> 00:30:45,174 No, no, no, I ... 454 00:30:45,618 --> 00:30:46,718 Uh, look, uh ... 455 00:30:47,147 --> 00:30:48,013 Miss, uh ... 456 00:30:59,505 --> 00:31:00,255 OK, and... 457 00:31:01,956 --> 00:31:02,351 Now. 458 00:31:12,902 --> 00:31:14,062 What? No, no. No. 459 00:31:14,467 --> 00:31:15,507 No, no, no, no. 460 00:31:16,036 --> 00:31:17,316 No. No, no, please. 461 00:31:22,828 --> 00:31:23,578 Hello, IT? 462 00:31:23,962 --> 00:31:25,425 Yeah, this is Victor Dubenich's office, 463 00:31:25,425 --> 00:31:27,720 my computer just completely crashed. 464 00:31:27,992 --> 00:31:30,116 Oh, ma'am, I'm sorry to hear about that. 465 00:31:30,116 --> 00:31:32,200 You tried to turn it on and off again? 466 00:31:32,200 --> 00:31:34,108 - It does not work.. - Thats the computer thing. 467 00:31:34,108 --> 00:31:35,623 They ought to say that. 468 00:31:35,903 --> 00:31:36,653 Well done. 469 00:31:37,219 --> 00:31:39,504 We got someone on your floor already 470 00:31:39,799 --> 00:31:40,549 Thank you. 471 00:31:49,861 --> 00:31:51,146 Somebody called IT? 472 00:31:51,717 --> 00:31:53,345 I represent a group of investors ... 473 00:31:53,345 --> 00:31:55,395 who looking to start an airline. 474 00:31:56,038 --> 00:31:57,790 for short-range flights in Africa. 475 00:31:57,790 --> 00:31:59,020 From Johannesburg? 476 00:31:59,235 --> 00:32:01,547 Ok, he's testing you, you want Bloemfontein. 477 00:32:01,547 --> 00:32:03,054 Keep away from the hubs, 478 00:32:03,054 --> 00:32:06,179 revitalize the original airports. In South Africa, 479 00:32:06,696 --> 00:32:08,337 Bloemfontein, for example. 480 00:32:08,337 --> 00:32:08,972 Machili, 481 00:32:09,513 --> 00:32:11,268 It's Nigeria we focused on. 482 00:32:11,672 --> 00:32:14,002 - Yeah, perfect. - Lakes ??? a mess! 483 00:32:14,687 --> 00:32:17,555 I beleive new airplanes will make people so comfortable 484 00:32:17,555 --> 00:32:19,256 while renewing the tracks. 485 00:32:19,620 --> 00:32:20,015 Aha. 486 00:32:20,641 --> 00:32:23,351 I do not recall having said anything about new planes. 487 00:32:23,351 --> 00:32:23,926 Victor. 488 00:32:25,249 --> 00:32:27,324 But you and your chief engineer are planning 489 00:32:27,324 --> 00:32:29,283 speak in their shareholders meetings. 490 00:32:29,283 --> 00:32:31,471 I think you know more about my business than I do. 491 00:32:31,471 --> 00:32:32,931 I've done my homework. 492 00:32:33,553 --> 00:32:35,193 You find you fascinating. 493 00:32:44,887 --> 00:32:46,697 It's good to have a passion. 494 00:32:47,352 --> 00:32:49,106 It is. Let me show you how to 495 00:32:49,106 --> 00:32:50,866 reconnect with the network. 496 00:32:51,090 --> 00:32:53,315 Should I be playing a computer guy? 497 00:32:53,360 --> 00:32:56,291 No, I want you to actually be the computer guy. 498 00:33:16,303 --> 00:33:17,523 All right. Uh, no. 499 00:33:20,669 --> 00:33:21,659 And... reboot. 500 00:33:23,064 --> 00:33:23,579 Voila. 501 00:33:24,369 --> 00:33:26,299 You strong for a computer guy. 502 00:33:28,192 --> 00:33:28,942 Thank you. 503 00:33:29,793 --> 00:33:32,243 I like to work out, try to stay big ... 504 00:33:32,270 --> 00:33:34,375 I love dressing up for a Klingon, 505 00:33:34,645 --> 00:33:36,497 go to all the conventions, you know.. 506 00:33:36,497 --> 00:33:37,072 Baklag! 507 00:33:37,613 --> 00:33:38,128 Sorry. 508 00:33:39,138 --> 00:33:41,173 - Baklag! - Don't you tease me! 509 00:33:41,357 --> 00:33:43,577 Oh, hold up, man, that is not cool. 510 00:33:45,085 --> 00:33:47,961 We'll have a strong talk when you'll get back. 511 00:33:52,082 --> 00:33:53,321 But with blue eyes... 512 00:33:53,321 --> 00:33:54,071 Thank you. 513 00:33:55,407 --> 00:33:56,272 ... blue ... 514 00:33:57,889 --> 00:33:59,289 Sorry, is it Gunshot? 515 00:33:59,634 --> 00:34:00,149 Sorry. 516 00:34:00,994 --> 00:34:02,564 - Gunstott. - Gunstott! 517 00:34:03,149 --> 00:34:04,949 - Sorry about that. - Anna. 518 00:34:05,152 --> 00:34:06,258 Anna. Thank you. 519 00:34:07,281 --> 00:34:09,677 How is this? If we announced a new product ... 520 00:34:09,677 --> 00:34:13,142 then you can order as many as your little heart desires. 521 00:34:14,063 --> 00:34:15,693 OKl, you know what to do. Hit him. 522 00:34:15,693 --> 00:34:18,170 We select to build the plains. More jobs. 523 00:34:18,170 --> 00:34:19,985 Built'em in Africa, fly'em in Africa, 524 00:34:19,985 --> 00:34:22,162 and sell the rest around the world. - Now, that's very ambitious. 525 00:34:22,162 --> 00:34:24,547 You have manufacturing facilities to do all that? 526 00:34:24,547 --> 00:34:24,942 Ach! 527 00:34:25,526 --> 00:34:28,246 We can easily rise the money to build the facilities. 528 00:34:28,246 --> 00:34:28,756 If ... 529 00:34:30,384 --> 00:34:33,194 we know for sertain that we will get the contracts. 530 00:34:33,194 --> 00:34:34,004 Attah girl. 531 00:34:34,204 --> 00:34:34,834 Anna ... 532 00:34:35,708 --> 00:34:38,168 I'm really sorry, but I can't help you. 533 00:34:41,515 --> 00:34:43,501 Yeah, that was a nice try, man. 534 00:34:44,087 --> 00:34:44,952 Wait for it. 535 00:34:46,400 --> 00:34:48,495 - And I really.. - I understand. 536 00:34:48,796 --> 00:34:49,805 I really do have... 537 00:34:49,805 --> 00:34:51,320 I'll take it to Pirson. 538 00:34:54,150 --> 00:34:54,725 Pirson? 539 00:34:55,622 --> 00:34:57,552 No! Pirson is a great company. 540 00:34:57,564 --> 00:34:59,810 Sure, go ahead, I do not think that can help you, but ... 541 00:34:59,810 --> 00:35:02,189 Well, they have a reputation for long-term investment. 542 00:35:02,189 --> 00:35:04,184 You don't. They are innovators. 543 00:35:04,275 --> 00:35:04,730 Yeah. 544 00:35:05,873 --> 00:35:07,628 It's probably a better fit. 545 00:35:09,339 --> 00:35:10,499 I know, I'm aware 546 00:35:11,148 --> 00:35:13,143 that you manipulating me, Anna. 547 00:35:13,670 --> 00:35:14,830 I should hope so. 548 00:35:17,078 --> 00:35:20,139 Hundreds of millions of dollars in new contracts. 549 00:35:20,670 --> 00:35:22,005 A lot of good press. 550 00:35:22,634 --> 00:35:23,794 All at your door. 551 00:35:28,088 --> 00:35:30,548 Okay, I give up, I'll take the meeting. 552 00:35:30,990 --> 00:35:32,860 I'll have my office call you. 553 00:35:32,999 --> 00:35:35,274 - What? Yeah. -Day after tomorrow? 554 00:35:35,714 --> 00:35:37,415 Yeah, sure. Look forward.. 555 00:35:37,855 --> 00:35:39,555 doing business with you... 556 00:35:47,545 --> 00:35:48,235 Yo, Nate! 557 00:35:50,116 --> 00:35:53,296 I've got all their financial records, all passwords 558 00:36:01,494 --> 00:36:04,474 The five ... No thanks. The five to the corner. 559 00:36:05,545 --> 00:36:06,650 You look better. 560 00:36:07,456 --> 00:36:09,491 - Then when we started. - Yeah. 561 00:36:12,341 --> 00:36:13,794 What's that bothers you, huh? 562 00:36:13,794 --> 00:36:16,949 - I... Well, this isn't suppose to feel.. - Good? 563 00:36:20,266 --> 00:36:22,311 It's not too hard to figure out. 564 00:36:22,440 --> 00:36:23,845 Dubenich screwed you. 565 00:36:24,038 --> 00:36:26,374 He cheated you by stealing from another company 566 00:36:26,374 --> 00:36:29,534 and in your good guy brain sees him as the bad guy. 567 00:36:29,773 --> 00:36:31,061 Your conscience is clear. 568 00:36:31,061 --> 00:36:32,811 You want to take your shot? 569 00:36:37,290 --> 00:36:39,400 Listen, I'm sorry about your kid. 570 00:36:41,572 --> 00:36:43,802 You don't know anything about that. 571 00:36:44,329 --> 00:36:45,614 Everybody knows it. 572 00:36:45,970 --> 00:36:49,726 Guy like you goes of the street, then a lot of people notice. 573 00:36:50,275 --> 00:36:52,020 And it was a bad story too. 574 00:36:52,452 --> 00:36:54,899 How they even justified that, the insurance company? 575 00:36:54,899 --> 00:36:57,069 Just not paying for his treatment? 576 00:37:13,381 --> 00:37:15,496 They claimed it was experimental. 577 00:37:20,299 --> 00:37:23,014 You should've kept on of those Monets you found. 578 00:37:23,014 --> 00:37:26,520 - If you'd sold ... - Elliot, you and I are not friends. 579 00:37:28,797 --> 00:37:29,312 Right. 580 00:37:30,563 --> 00:37:31,078 Right. 581 00:37:32,791 --> 00:37:34,781 Because you have so many of'em. 582 00:37:36,893 --> 00:37:37,703 Ann coming. 583 00:37:40,360 --> 00:37:40,755 Hey. 584 00:37:41,865 --> 00:37:44,531 - Help me with this headset. - Why don't you ask Hardison? 585 00:37:44,531 --> 00:37:45,516 Nate, come on. 586 00:37:59,842 --> 00:38:00,357 Thanks 587 00:38:02,209 --> 00:38:02,664 So... 588 00:38:05,393 --> 00:38:07,913 this time you really are inside my head. 589 00:38:32,223 --> 00:38:33,623 Sophie, he's on site. 590 00:38:34,451 --> 00:38:34,906 What? 591 00:38:36,796 --> 00:38:37,956 No, Im not ready! 592 00:38:43,580 --> 00:38:44,838 If you don't meet him right down in the lobby 593 00:38:44,838 --> 00:38:46,905 his going to the building directory looking for the office number. 594 00:38:46,905 --> 00:38:49,550 Guys, we're not in the building directory! 595 00:38:52,387 --> 00:38:54,422 And why aren't we in the directory? 596 00:38:54,422 --> 00:38:57,182 I don't know, maybe because of fake offices? 597 00:39:11,076 --> 00:39:12,717 What's with the elevator? 598 00:39:16,327 --> 00:39:17,228 Allright, I'll distract him. 599 00:39:17,228 --> 00:39:20,338 Parker, you got 10 seconds to get Sophie to lobby. 600 00:39:22,095 --> 00:39:22,670 Sophie! 601 00:39:27,499 --> 00:39:29,649 - What's going on? - Put this on! 602 00:39:31,198 --> 00:39:32,183 What's it for? 603 00:39:32,798 --> 00:39:33,313 Speed. 604 00:41:02,520 --> 00:41:04,450 Our offices on the 10th floor. 605 00:41:05,044 --> 00:41:05,974 Oh, you're... 606 00:41:07,035 --> 00:41:08,135 You have a glow. 607 00:41:08,823 --> 00:41:09,988 Just ... excited. 608 00:41:17,333 --> 00:41:18,084 One thing. 609 00:41:18,512 --> 00:41:21,136 The gentlemen bringing this opportunity ... 610 00:41:21,136 --> 00:41:23,592 to work with their government, they're ... 611 00:41:23,592 --> 00:41:25,472 expect some ... compensation. 612 00:41:26,749 --> 00:41:28,264 Not a bribe, of course. 613 00:41:28,532 --> 00:41:30,392 - A finder's fee. - Exactly. 614 00:41:30,845 --> 00:41:33,713 I thought your job was to eliminate graft and stealing? 615 00:41:33,713 --> 00:41:35,934 No. My job is to keep it managable. 616 00:41:54,553 --> 00:41:55,890 - Good afternoon. - Hello. 617 00:41:55,890 --> 00:41:57,323 - Mr. Dubenich. - Yes. 618 00:41:57,323 --> 00:41:59,947 - We're honored by your presence. - No, no, the honor is entirely mine. 619 00:41:59,947 --> 00:42:02,591 Getting it at the ground floor, something like this is a ... 620 00:42:02,591 --> 00:42:04,356 wonderful opportunity, sir. 621 00:42:06,097 --> 00:42:07,573 Nice job with the zipline. 622 00:42:07,573 --> 00:42:10,213 Totally thought she was going to break a leg. 623 00:42:10,213 --> 00:42:11,964 Not bad for the first time. 624 00:42:12,083 --> 00:42:13,081 So, what do you think? 625 00:42:13,081 --> 00:42:14,421 She's closing it up. 626 00:42:14,579 --> 00:42:15,689 Yes, absolutely. 627 00:42:16,127 --> 00:42:18,572 We can definitely recompose those factories. 628 00:42:18,572 --> 00:42:19,087 Great. 629 00:42:19,696 --> 00:42:23,135 I beleive we'll be able to do a lot of business together, sir. 630 00:42:23,135 --> 00:42:23,825 About ... 631 00:42:25,736 --> 00:42:26,901 the other matter. 632 00:42:29,442 --> 00:42:30,193 Of course. 633 00:42:58,018 --> 00:42:59,243 Is that agreeable? 634 00:43:00,391 --> 00:43:02,791 Oh, I think we can work something out. 635 00:43:04,014 --> 00:43:04,769 Excellent. 636 00:43:11,174 --> 00:43:11,979 We got him? 637 00:43:12,357 --> 00:43:13,162 We own him. 638 00:43:13,625 --> 00:43:16,555 Ok, gang, let's go, we got a busy day tomorrow. 639 00:43:16,839 --> 00:43:19,934 - This is going to work, right? - I guarantee it. 640 00:43:21,130 --> 00:43:23,143 - This is insane, you're risking everything! - Adam. 641 00:43:23,143 --> 00:43:26,194 We took a chance ... stealing those plans now ... 642 00:43:35,020 --> 00:43:35,945 What is that? 643 00:43:38,634 --> 00:43:42,372 It is a transmitter, and they've been listening to everything that we've been saying. 644 00:43:42,372 --> 00:43:44,577 - Who 'they'? - Who do you think? 645 00:43:46,740 --> 00:43:48,910 Also, I checked, there's no office 646 00:43:49,240 --> 00:43:52,428 fo the African Commercial Trade Initiative anywhere in the city. 647 00:43:52,428 --> 00:43:55,432 They're runnig a scam on me and i know exactly what they're doing. 648 00:43:55,432 --> 00:43:56,657 Tomorrow it stops. 649 00:43:57,017 --> 00:43:59,517 - Get the FBI on the phone. - Yes, sir. 650 00:44:01,008 --> 00:44:03,831 - Sure you know what you're doing? - Yeah, they're pissed, I get that. 651 00:44:03,831 --> 00:44:04,984 They want to make me pay. 652 00:44:04,984 --> 00:44:07,859 I mean, an opportunity like this the same week 653 00:44:08,023 --> 00:44:10,006 with the shareholders meeting, the bug, the fake offices 654 00:44:10,006 --> 00:44:12,476 cash bribes, Nigerians, for god's sake! 655 00:44:12,808 --> 00:44:15,748 Nigerians, I mean, its like, those e-mail scams 656 00:44:15,793 --> 00:44:17,550 with Nigerian bank fraud letters. 657 00:44:17,550 --> 00:44:19,591 Who the hell do they think I am? 658 00:44:19,913 --> 00:44:22,258 Some dog they could just lead around. 659 00:44:23,140 --> 00:44:26,195 They're going to find exactly how wrong they are. 660 00:44:35,889 --> 00:44:37,834 Fly anywhere, anywhere in the world. 661 00:44:37,834 --> 00:44:39,704 I want to introduce to you... 662 00:44:56,473 --> 00:44:59,648 It's more than just nuts, bolts, and scrap metal... 663 00:45:28,354 --> 00:45:31,557 - What I noticed - it's good for you. - It's a good day for all of us. 664 00:45:31,557 --> 00:45:33,570 The stoks got 15 points up since the announcement. 665 00:45:33,570 --> 00:45:34,042 Really? 666 00:45:34,042 --> 00:45:36,957 - You didn't know ? - No. I'll pass it around. 667 00:45:38,554 --> 00:45:41,074 Aren't you the cat that take the canary? 668 00:45:41,569 --> 00:45:43,004 - It is a joke? - ??? 669 00:45:44,121 --> 00:45:44,696 Gulity. 670 00:45:47,928 --> 00:45:49,679 Why don't we get this done? 671 00:45:49,799 --> 00:45:50,884 - Now? - Yeah. 672 00:45:52,696 --> 00:45:55,470 - You have the whole payment? - Yeah, absolutely, I think we should make the deal 673 00:45:55,470 --> 00:45:57,700 I'm going to make the announcement, get'em bigger headlines. 674 00:45:57,700 --> 00:46:00,115 I'll take'em into the conference room, away from all this 675 00:46:00,115 --> 00:46:01,690 Come, come, let's do it. 676 00:46:02,043 --> 00:46:03,838 - I'll be right back. - OK! 677 00:46:11,408 --> 00:46:12,163 Gentleman. 678 00:46:12,584 --> 00:46:15,517 Now everybody come in, sit down, relax, make yourselves comfortable. 679 00:46:15,517 --> 00:46:16,902 - Thank you. - Sure. 680 00:46:22,715 --> 00:46:26,126 I assume we all understand the tirms of this agreement. 681 00:46:27,402 --> 00:46:28,538 Well, I'll tel you. 682 00:46:28,538 --> 00:46:30,823 The exact turms of the agreement ... 683 00:46:32,524 --> 00:46:33,274 are these. 684 00:46:34,639 --> 00:46:36,851 FBI, don't move! Are you allright, sir? 685 00:46:36,851 --> 00:46:38,941 - Oh, Im fine. - Yes, of course. 686 00:46:39,118 --> 00:46:40,852 Thanks for asking, everything's perfect. 687 00:46:40,852 --> 00:46:41,427 What?.. 688 00:46:42,050 --> 00:46:44,810 What're you?.. Wait a minute, wait a minute! 689 00:46:44,823 --> 00:46:45,743 Let go of me! 690 00:46:46,948 --> 00:46:47,523 Please. 691 00:46:48,732 --> 00:46:51,754 Why are you looking at me, for the criminals just sitting right over there, look at them. 692 00:46:51,754 --> 00:46:52,919 Listen, I spoke.. 693 00:46:53,329 --> 00:46:55,547 I spoke with special agent Higgins, 694 00:46:55,547 --> 00:46:58,591 - If you'll call him on the phone... - I'm special agent Higgins. 695 00:46:58,591 --> 00:47:01,947 Victor Dubenich, you're under arrest for soliciting a bribe ... 696 00:47:01,947 --> 00:47:04,260 from these Nigerian government officials. 697 00:47:04,260 --> 00:47:06,467 I do not ... I do not ... This aren't even Nigerians! 698 00:47:06,467 --> 00:47:07,627 Of course we are! 699 00:47:10,348 --> 00:47:11,461 - No, no. No, no, no. 700 00:47:11,461 --> 00:47:14,854 - Your woman knew that when she contacted us last week. 701 00:47:14,854 --> 00:47:15,779 My ... woman? 702 00:47:17,175 --> 00:47:18,156 Ann ... Anna? 703 00:47:22,276 --> 00:47:22,731 Anna! 704 00:47:26,759 --> 00:47:28,399 Special Agent Higgins ... 705 00:47:28,493 --> 00:47:30,236 Anna Gunstott works for them. 706 00:47:30,236 --> 00:47:31,051 Ridiculous! 707 00:47:31,588 --> 00:47:33,637 She contacted us on your behalf. 708 00:47:33,637 --> 00:47:36,393 She told us she were directly under you now. 709 00:47:37,934 --> 00:47:40,289 Anna Gunstott, from Bering Aerospace. 710 00:47:41,039 --> 00:47:43,039 Directly under Victor Dubenich. 711 00:47:44,640 --> 00:47:45,210 But ... 712 00:47:47,001 --> 00:47:48,041 She took me ... 713 00:47:48,785 --> 00:47:50,324 She took me to their office! 714 00:47:50,324 --> 00:47:52,954 No, we do not have an office in this city. 715 00:47:53,767 --> 00:47:54,403 Exactly. 716 00:47:55,423 --> 00:47:57,468 We met her at your other office. 717 00:48:11,077 --> 00:48:13,433 Anna Gunstott, from Bering Aerospace. 718 00:48:19,468 --> 00:48:20,403 Shareholders. 719 00:48:22,089 --> 00:48:23,259 The shareholders! 720 00:48:31,871 --> 00:48:32,976 In god's name... 721 00:48:45,385 --> 00:48:47,555 It's a private party, you can't... 722 00:48:49,317 --> 00:48:50,122 No, no, no. 723 00:48:50,995 --> 00:48:53,345 Everybody, can I have your attention? 724 00:48:53,574 --> 00:48:54,854 It's a ??? problem! 725 00:48:55,402 --> 00:48:56,886 - They have sent the wrong people.. - Victor, what's going on?! 726 00:48:56,886 --> 00:48:58,464 I can explain, Tom, it's just a mistake. 727 00:48:58,464 --> 00:49:00,394 Anybody else here involved in the bribe? 728 00:49:00,394 --> 00:49:01,974 Bribe? There's no bribe! 729 00:49:02,716 --> 00:49:05,763 I handed this man an envelope containing a cashed check 730 00:49:05,763 --> 00:49:08,749 - for 200 thousand dollars! - No, no. Nobody... 731 00:49:08,961 --> 00:49:10,361 I wasn't handed in... 732 00:49:20,771 --> 00:49:21,581 I didn't... 733 00:49:23,073 --> 00:49:24,239 Nobody handed ... 734 00:49:34,963 --> 00:49:37,619 This'll look better for you if you did not deposited that check. 735 00:49:37,619 --> 00:49:39,713 - No, no. - Do you still have it? 736 00:49:39,713 --> 00:49:41,108 I didn't get a check! 737 00:49:42,265 --> 00:49:44,468 Sir, we got people searching the lab, 738 00:49:44,468 --> 00:49:46,576 - ceasing the files and computers. - Good job, Walter. 739 00:49:46,576 --> 00:49:48,921 Victor, we screwed if they find out.. 740 00:49:49,007 --> 00:49:51,347 Higgins. Higgins, You can't do that! 741 00:49:51,701 --> 00:49:53,456 You can't take my computer! 742 00:49:55,214 --> 00:49:58,124 This company has a government offense contracts. 743 00:49:58,124 --> 00:50:01,987 There are very serious rules concerning contact with foreign nations. 744 00:50:01,987 --> 00:50:04,512 The Patriot Act applies here, my friend! 745 00:50:04,874 --> 00:50:06,924 Sir, I can take your underpants. 746 00:50:09,881 --> 00:50:12,554 - Look, look, it's getting a little agressive. - Yeah. 747 00:50:12,554 --> 00:50:16,764 Sorry, Robert Ntunde, this is Tom Bailey, this gentleman is from Nigeria. 748 00:50:16,764 --> 00:50:18,754 Everybody just take it easy, relax 749 00:50:18,754 --> 00:50:23,449 - I'll be back to explain everything to you.. - Victor, where are you going? 750 00:50:24,594 --> 00:50:26,181 Guys, we got to get rid of this stuff! 751 00:50:26,181 --> 00:50:28,181 Keep srhedding, keep shredding! 752 00:50:29,588 --> 00:50:30,218 Help me! 753 00:50:43,035 --> 00:50:43,430 FBI! 754 00:50:53,819 --> 00:50:54,745 I came alone. 755 00:50:55,524 --> 00:50:57,749 Yes, I know. Thank you, mr. Pirson. 756 00:50:59,808 --> 00:51:02,775 Now, I understand your research was completely wiped out. 757 00:51:02,775 --> 00:51:04,753 I have complete copies right on these hard drives, 758 00:51:04,753 --> 00:51:07,817 along with absolute proof that they were at Bering Aerospace computers 759 00:51:07,817 --> 00:51:10,252 that should be good for a couple of law suits, right? 760 00:51:10,252 --> 00:51:11,832 I drop the investigation 761 00:51:11,891 --> 00:51:15,192 against all parties involved with the original theft. 762 00:51:16,370 --> 00:51:18,532 It seems fair, you get your property back. 763 00:51:18,532 --> 00:51:19,107 Agreed. 764 00:51:19,831 --> 00:51:20,641 No charges. 765 00:51:21,378 --> 00:51:23,368 Nothing on you, or your people. 766 00:51:31,304 --> 00:51:32,704 Don't you want money? 767 00:51:33,156 --> 00:51:36,576 This particular project has a different revenue stream. 768 00:51:49,302 --> 00:51:54,027 In a massive sell-offs, followed by a federal investigation Bering Aerospace, 769 00:51:54,047 --> 00:51:55,447 the stock dropped 33% 770 00:51:56,956 --> 00:51:58,776 before trade was withholded. 771 00:52:09,059 --> 00:52:09,514 Yeah? 772 00:52:10,382 --> 00:52:12,492 Yeah, you should've just paid us. 773 00:52:16,049 --> 00:52:17,629 I found the transmitter. 774 00:52:17,646 --> 00:52:19,782 You found the transmitter with the blinking light. 775 00:52:19,782 --> 00:52:21,699 Yeah, we wanted you to figure some of that out. 776 00:52:21,699 --> 00:52:23,636 Now we just gave you what you expected. 777 00:52:23,636 --> 00:52:25,037 I am Victor Dubenich. 778 00:52:25,936 --> 00:52:27,164 I am gonna beat this. 779 00:52:27,164 --> 00:52:28,886 Aren't you forgetting about the bribe? 780 00:52:28,886 --> 00:52:31,208 Who cares? Can't prove anything, I didn't get any money! 781 00:52:31,208 --> 00:52:35,192 - Bingo! - Yeah, no, it doesn't account for all of us, Sophie kept a little 782 00:52:35,192 --> 00:52:37,832 to buy a truly impressive number of shoes. 783 00:52:42,029 --> 00:52:44,075 What is it with women and shoes? 784 00:52:44,775 --> 00:52:46,222 There's something wrong with you. 785 00:52:46,222 --> 00:52:47,502 That's what I said. 786 00:52:49,897 --> 00:52:53,078 You see, if the company stock price falls 10 - 15% one day 787 00:52:53,078 --> 00:52:55,935 and you see it coming, you sell short and you can make a lot of money. 788 00:52:55,935 --> 00:52:57,390 If it's gonna fall 30% 789 00:52:57,534 --> 00:53:00,119 you can make shattering amounts of money. 790 00:53:01,076 --> 00:53:02,744 We didn't need the FBI to take you to jail, 791 00:53:02,744 --> 00:53:06,254 we just needed them to show, to take boxes out of your office. 792 00:53:06,254 --> 00:53:07,179 All day long. 793 00:53:07,520 --> 00:53:10,400 In front of TV cameras, scaring your investors 794 00:53:10,576 --> 00:53:12,514 You going to jail is just a bonus. 795 00:53:12,514 --> 00:53:15,444 So if you telling anything about us to the feds 796 00:53:15,497 --> 00:53:17,422 next time we won't be so nice. 797 00:53:19,883 --> 00:53:20,808 Who was that? 798 00:53:24,128 --> 00:53:24,703 Nobody. 799 00:53:34,487 --> 00:53:35,112 I am ... 800 00:53:35,508 --> 00:53:36,319 Job well... 801 00:53:36,972 --> 00:53:37,367 Wow. 802 00:53:38,739 --> 00:53:40,603 It was an overlap in the London stock market 803 00:53:40,603 --> 00:53:43,368 variation carried over to the NASDAQ, and... 804 00:53:44,308 --> 00:53:46,029 I'm just very good at what I do. 805 00:53:46,029 --> 00:53:47,899 This is the score. THE score. 806 00:53:49,452 --> 00:53:50,907 Age of the geek, baby. 807 00:53:51,713 --> 00:53:54,409 Somebody kiss this man, so I don't have to. 808 00:53:55,420 --> 00:53:56,400 So ... we out? 809 00:53:57,881 --> 00:54:00,461 I mean, we out, this is retirement money. 810 00:54:00,573 --> 00:54:02,853 "Go to jet and buy an island" money. 811 00:54:03,636 --> 00:54:04,091 Yeah. 812 00:54:05,213 --> 00:54:07,383 Yeah. A pleasure working with you. 813 00:54:08,647 --> 00:54:10,342 One show only. No anchors. 814 00:54:11,317 --> 00:54:13,313 I've already forgot your names. 815 00:54:25,087 --> 00:54:28,132 You know, I've never had that cool time on a job. 816 00:54:28,232 --> 00:54:28,777 It's a walkaway. 817 00:54:28,777 --> 00:54:31,236 And I got focused on it, bro, it kept me right on. 818 00:54:31,236 --> 00:54:33,019 - I'm really good at one thing. - Parker ... 819 00:54:33,019 --> 00:54:35,993 Only one thing, that's it, but you, you know other things, and then... 820 00:54:35,993 --> 00:54:38,962 - I can't stop doing my one thing, I can't retire... - Want to know what I think? 821 00:54:38,962 --> 00:54:39,772 Not really. 822 00:54:39,879 --> 00:54:41,455 How long before you fall apart again? 823 00:54:41,455 --> 00:54:42,560 Oh, I'm touched. 824 00:54:42,560 --> 00:54:44,840 A guy like you can't be out of the game. 825 00:54:44,840 --> 00:54:46,710 Thats why you need the chase. 826 00:54:46,933 --> 00:54:48,158 Yeah, I'll manage. 827 00:54:49,222 --> 00:54:49,677 Yeah. 828 00:55:02,398 --> 00:55:03,618 You pick the jobs. 829 00:55:04,550 --> 00:55:06,185 My job is helping people. 830 00:55:07,079 --> 00:55:09,916 - I find bad guys. - Well, go find some bad guys. 831 00:55:09,916 --> 00:55:11,256 Bad guys have money. 832 00:55:13,352 --> 00:55:14,162 Black king. 833 00:55:15,979 --> 00:55:16,909 White Knight. 834 00:55:25,553 --> 00:55:26,303 I'm sorry. 835 00:55:26,813 --> 00:55:27,383 No, no. 836 00:55:27,716 --> 00:55:28,291 Please. 837 00:55:28,996 --> 00:55:30,041 Take your time. 838 00:55:31,853 --> 00:55:32,423 She ... 839 00:55:33,667 --> 00:55:34,592 She was 17... 840 00:55:37,692 --> 00:55:38,262 I know. 841 00:55:39,817 --> 00:55:41,452 They ... They killed her. 842 00:55:43,626 --> 00:55:45,496 They said it was an accident. 843 00:55:45,781 --> 00:55:47,536 But the company killed her. 844 00:55:48,649 --> 00:55:49,809 I want them hurt! 845 00:55:52,934 --> 00:55:54,094 We can't pay you. 846 00:55:55,502 --> 00:55:56,597 We work on a ... 847 00:55:57,917 --> 00:55:59,622 alternative revenue sream. 848 00:56:01,202 --> 00:56:02,487 I don't understand. 849 00:56:02,602 --> 00:56:05,182 The judge said we couldn't appel on them. 850 00:56:05,769 --> 00:56:07,224 What are you gonna do? 851 00:56:07,780 --> 00:56:09,065 People like them... 852 00:56:11,174 --> 00:56:12,659 corporations like that, 853 00:56:12,659 --> 00:56:15,235 they have all the money, they have all the power. 854 00:56:15,235 --> 00:56:17,859 And they use it to make people like you ... 855 00:56:17,859 --> 00:56:18,490 go away. 856 00:56:20,603 --> 00:56:21,293 Right now 857 00:56:21,776 --> 00:56:24,246 you suffering under an enormous weight. 858 00:56:27,726 --> 00:56:28,711 We provide ... 859 00:56:30,820 --> 00:56:31,515 leverage. 860 00:56:33,658 --> 00:56:39,943 SLY@Moon Base Alpha Resync: Xenzai[NEF] 9999 00:00:11,500 --> 00:00:16,000 www.opensubtitles.org Resync: Xenzai[NEF]62722

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