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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:14,482 --> 00:00:16,217 Whoa, this is yummy. 2 00:00:17,618 --> 00:00:20,121 Pardon me. 3 00:00:20,221 --> 00:00:22,990 What do you think, sir? 4 00:00:23,991 --> 00:00:25,859 As I chewed, I felt myself 5 00:00:25,959 --> 00:00:28,996 being whisked away to a Vegas buffet. 6 00:00:29,097 --> 00:00:30,564 Daddy. 7 00:00:30,664 --> 00:00:32,032 It's my wedding. 8 00:00:32,133 --> 00:00:33,934 Well, it's my reputation, so, no. 9 00:00:34,034 --> 00:00:36,170 Mom, he's doing it again. Nora, 10 00:00:36,270 --> 00:00:37,338 it's been a long day. 11 00:00:37,438 --> 00:00:39,540 We haven't even gotten to tablescapes. 12 00:00:39,640 --> 00:00:41,075 I suppose I'm a terrible father for not letting 13 00:00:41,175 --> 00:00:43,244 my only child's special day 14 00:00:43,344 --> 00:00:47,748 be ruined by tepid bouillabaisse and over-blanched langoustines. 15 00:00:47,848 --> 00:00:49,983 You won't let me pick anything. 16 00:00:50,084 --> 00:00:51,385 Not true. You picked Derek. 17 00:00:51,485 --> 00:00:52,386 You set us up. 18 00:00:52,486 --> 00:00:54,388 You're welcome. 19 00:00:54,488 --> 00:00:55,589 Now leave everything to me. 20 00:00:55,689 --> 00:00:57,891 Nothing's too good for my little girl. 21 00:00:57,991 --> 00:00:59,627 Well, you can't control everything, Daddy. 22 00:00:59,727 --> 00:01:02,863 Derek and I have a surprise to show you for the reception. 23 00:01:02,963 --> 00:01:04,632 Uh... No, you don't. 24 00:01:04,732 --> 00:01:07,868 Mom? Ashton, just let her have this one thing, 25 00:01:07,968 --> 00:01:09,270 whatever it is. 26 00:01:09,370 --> 00:01:11,372 Trust us. You're gonna love it. 27 00:01:11,472 --> 00:01:13,474 Can't be worse than this. 28 00:01:17,878 --> 00:01:20,281 Uh, hello? 911? 29 00:01:20,381 --> 00:01:21,815 Yeah, I need help. 30 00:01:21,915 --> 00:01:24,152 'Cause my dance floor is on fire right now. 31 00:01:26,954 --> 00:01:29,390 Who is this man and what has he done to our daughter? 32 00:01:29,490 --> 00:01:30,991 His name is Rob. 33 00:01:31,091 --> 00:01:32,826 We're at FlashRob Studios. 34 00:01:32,926 --> 00:01:34,428 Derek does his taxes. 35 00:01:34,528 --> 00:01:36,230 Oh, stop, stop, stop. 36 00:01:36,330 --> 00:01:38,132 You two are making me believe in love. 37 00:01:38,232 --> 00:01:39,600 Yes. 38 00:01:39,700 --> 00:01:42,436 All of Nora's friends used him for their wedding receptions. 39 00:01:42,536 --> 00:01:43,704 And she wants to be like everyone else? 40 00:01:43,804 --> 00:01:45,005 Desperately. 41 00:01:45,105 --> 00:01:46,640 She's the last in her group to get married. 42 00:01:46,740 --> 00:01:48,642 Which is why hers must be the best. 43 00:01:48,742 --> 00:01:51,011 Has anyone seen my heart? 'Cause you two 44 00:01:51,111 --> 00:01:52,613 have just completely stolen it. 45 00:01:52,713 --> 00:01:54,282 Come on. Huh? 46 00:01:54,382 --> 00:01:56,150 Yeah. Right? 47 00:01:56,250 --> 00:01:58,152 See? 48 00:01:58,252 --> 00:01:59,653 We were great. 49 00:01:59,753 --> 00:02:02,790 Like Fred and Wilma. 50 00:02:02,890 --> 00:02:04,024 NORA But Daddy, 51 00:02:04,124 --> 00:02:05,193 I think Derek needs 52 00:02:05,293 --> 00:02:07,328 a better watch for that move. 53 00:02:07,428 --> 00:02:09,963 Ah. Your father is on it, honey. 54 00:02:10,063 --> 00:02:11,765 Uh, I'm lonely out here all by myself. 55 00:02:11,865 --> 00:02:13,501 Where's Mom? 56 00:02:13,601 --> 00:02:14,702 Uh-huh. Come on. 57 00:02:14,802 --> 00:02:16,003 Right now? 58 00:02:18,472 --> 00:02:20,208 Ah... There is something 59 00:02:20,308 --> 00:02:21,909 I wanted to talk to you about. 60 00:02:22,009 --> 00:02:23,911 Uh, Nora and I received a wedding gift 61 00:02:24,011 --> 00:02:26,146 from someone named Lester Wilkes? 62 00:02:26,247 --> 00:02:28,549 Shh... We'll discuss it later. 63 00:02:28,649 --> 00:02:29,583 Oh. Okay. 64 00:02:29,683 --> 00:02:31,151 If this family is going to dance, 65 00:02:31,252 --> 00:02:32,986 it's got to be done with panache. 66 00:02:33,086 --> 00:02:34,555 Yes. I agree. 67 00:02:34,655 --> 00:02:36,290 That is why you can all use my studio to practice 68 00:02:36,390 --> 00:02:37,691 whenever you like, okay? 69 00:02:37,791 --> 00:02:41,795 The code is, uh, 1-2-3-1-2-3. 70 00:02:43,096 --> 00:02:44,732 You can waltz in any time. 71 00:02:47,968 --> 00:02:49,403 That man I mentioned, 72 00:02:49,503 --> 00:02:52,072 Lester Wilkes, has criminal ties. 73 00:02:53,841 --> 00:02:55,876 He's under federal indictment. 74 00:02:55,976 --> 00:02:58,078 Did you tell Nora your concerns? No. 75 00:02:58,178 --> 00:02:59,780 I thought I should tell you first. 76 00:02:59,880 --> 00:03:01,415 Uh, we're returning the gift. 77 00:03:01,515 --> 00:03:04,485 Consorting with criminals isn't good for business. 78 00:03:04,585 --> 00:03:06,520 Well, that's where you're wrong. It is. 79 00:03:06,620 --> 00:03:08,055 Uh... I'm relieved 80 00:03:08,155 --> 00:03:09,723 you brought this to me, Derek. 81 00:03:09,823 --> 00:03:11,692 It shows the diligence and discretion 82 00:03:11,792 --> 00:03:13,193 that have made you an asset at the firm, 83 00:03:13,294 --> 00:03:16,264 and, soon to be, the family. 84 00:03:16,364 --> 00:03:18,131 Lester Wilkes is a client. 85 00:03:18,232 --> 00:03:20,601 He's not in the books. 86 00:03:20,701 --> 00:03:23,203 Oh, there are other books. With other clients. 87 00:03:23,304 --> 00:03:26,039 Ours is an exclusive firm 88 00:03:26,139 --> 00:03:30,143 with a powerful, high-net-worth clientele. 89 00:03:30,244 --> 00:03:35,115 Some may label a subset of these individuals "bad," 90 00:03:35,215 --> 00:03:37,285 or the word you used, "criminal." 91 00:03:37,385 --> 00:03:40,053 But these people need somebody like me, 92 00:03:40,153 --> 00:03:43,524 because I provide what they most desire. 93 00:03:43,624 --> 00:03:46,226 Wealth management and investment services? 94 00:03:46,327 --> 00:03:49,297 The appearance of legitimacy and respectability. 95 00:03:49,397 --> 00:03:51,265 We help them grow their assets 96 00:03:51,365 --> 00:03:55,969 and avoid any undue hardships, like paying their taxes. 97 00:03:56,069 --> 00:03:59,139 In return, the firm receives a monumental share 98 00:03:59,239 --> 00:04:01,174 of their ill-gotten gains, 99 00:04:01,275 --> 00:04:05,078 which we then invest in remote, tax-friendly havens. 100 00:04:05,178 --> 00:04:07,948 This family that you're marrying into 101 00:04:08,048 --> 00:04:10,618 may seem well-off, but we are, in fact, 102 00:04:10,718 --> 00:04:12,786 for lack of a better term, 103 00:04:12,886 --> 00:04:15,222 dirty, stinking rich. 104 00:04:15,323 --> 00:04:17,891 And will remain so as long as... 105 00:04:17,991 --> 00:04:20,127 You invest wisely. 106 00:04:20,227 --> 00:04:21,762 Yeah, uh... 107 00:04:21,862 --> 00:04:23,997 Discretion is maintained. 108 00:04:31,138 --> 00:04:35,075 This watch has been passed down for generations. 109 00:04:35,175 --> 00:04:39,847 Because some things, like secrets, stay in the family. 110 00:04:39,947 --> 00:04:41,849 I trust that you 111 00:04:41,949 --> 00:04:44,318 will honor that tradition. 112 00:04:46,520 --> 00:04:47,821 Actually, you know, f-forget it. 113 00:04:47,921 --> 00:04:49,790 Y-You'd probably enjoy a simpler life. 114 00:05:00,901 --> 00:05:02,302 Thank you... 115 00:05:04,271 --> 00:05:06,139 ...Dad. 116 00:05:11,745 --> 00:05:14,815 discretion. 117 00:05:15,883 --> 00:05:16,950 Always. 118 00:05:17,050 --> 00:05:19,286 Daddy Warbucks in the house! 119 00:05:19,387 --> 00:05:21,389 You stealing clients' tax refunds? 120 00:05:21,489 --> 00:05:22,690 How'd you get so flush? 121 00:05:22,790 --> 00:05:25,593 Shredding cheddar, baby. 122 00:05:25,693 --> 00:05:27,027 Stop. 123 00:05:27,127 --> 00:05:28,662 Stop. They're gonna kick us out. 124 00:05:28,762 --> 00:05:31,064 They can't touch me. I roll deep. 125 00:05:31,164 --> 00:05:32,600 Tough guys. 126 00:05:32,700 --> 00:05:34,067 Dangerous guys. 127 00:05:34,167 --> 00:05:35,403 Hi, Derek. 128 00:05:35,503 --> 00:05:37,405 I'm Capri. Are you ready for your private party? 129 00:05:37,505 --> 00:05:40,941 Hell yeah! 130 00:05:41,942 --> 00:05:43,176 Mm-hmm. 131 00:05:48,281 --> 00:05:49,383 Well? 132 00:05:49,483 --> 00:05:50,918 Hold on. Finding my notes. 133 00:05:51,018 --> 00:05:52,152 Notes? 134 00:05:52,252 --> 00:05:53,754 Let's see. 135 00:05:53,854 --> 00:05:55,689 Derek said he had secrets he couldn't tell me. 136 00:05:55,789 --> 00:05:57,525 But then he said 137 00:05:57,625 --> 00:06:00,027 he's a good judge of character and that he could trust me. 138 00:06:00,127 --> 00:06:03,196 He said he struck gold with his new family. 139 00:06:03,296 --> 00:06:04,865 I presume that's you? 140 00:06:04,965 --> 00:06:07,234 Mm-hmm. So congrats, you're golden. 141 00:06:07,334 --> 00:06:09,202 Something about secret clients, 142 00:06:09,302 --> 00:06:10,871 two sets of books. 143 00:06:10,971 --> 00:06:12,339 Oh, and some guy named Silks. 144 00:06:12,440 --> 00:06:13,541 Wait. Autocorrect. 145 00:06:13,641 --> 00:06:14,675 Wilkes. 146 00:06:14,775 --> 00:06:16,710 Did he say anything else? Um... 147 00:06:16,810 --> 00:06:19,012 Cayman Islands? 148 00:06:19,112 --> 00:06:22,082 Oh, and he never touched me. 149 00:06:22,182 --> 00:06:23,884 Really sweet guy-- Oh. That'll be all. 150 00:06:23,984 --> 00:06:25,118 Okay. 151 00:06:25,218 --> 00:06:27,287 Well, congrats on your wedding. 152 00:06:27,387 --> 00:06:30,758 I heard it's at a country club. Sounds nice. 153 00:06:33,994 --> 00:06:35,729 I could tell he was too excited when I gave him the watch. 154 00:06:35,829 --> 00:06:36,930 It's good that you checked. 155 00:06:37,030 --> 00:06:38,432 Well, 156 00:06:38,532 --> 00:06:39,800 I know what I have to do. 157 00:06:39,900 --> 00:06:41,268 Keep the grisly details to yourself. 158 00:06:41,368 --> 00:06:43,136 God, poor Nora. 159 00:06:43,236 --> 00:06:44,772 We'll have to cancel the wedding. 160 00:06:44,872 --> 00:06:45,873 Not on your life. 161 00:06:45,973 --> 00:06:46,874 Ashton. 162 00:06:46,974 --> 00:06:48,642 She can handle losing a husband, 163 00:06:48,742 --> 00:06:50,978 but she would never recover from a canceled wedding. 164 00:06:51,078 --> 00:06:53,046 Especially after all the work you've put in. 165 00:06:53,146 --> 00:06:55,248 People are expecting an Ashton Hayes extravaganza, 166 00:06:55,348 --> 00:06:57,485 so by God, the Hayeses will have their day. 167 00:07:03,056 --> 00:07:05,759 Ready, sweetheart? 168 00:07:05,859 --> 00:07:09,597 Thank you, Daddy. It's perfect. 169 00:07:09,697 --> 00:07:11,732 It better be. 170 00:07:17,538 --> 00:07:19,139 Derek. Hey! 171 00:07:19,239 --> 00:07:21,709 Dad. 172 00:07:24,111 --> 00:07:25,646 Pow. Pow, pow. 173 00:07:28,415 --> 00:07:31,952 Brewskis for the broskis. 174 00:07:37,057 --> 00:07:39,326 Oh, you can do better than that. 175 00:07:39,426 --> 00:07:41,128 Yeah. 176 00:07:44,898 --> 00:07:46,534 Here. Have mine. 177 00:07:46,634 --> 00:07:47,535 Broski. 178 00:07:47,635 --> 00:07:48,769 Mm. So, 179 00:07:48,869 --> 00:07:49,837 was it fun? 180 00:07:49,937 --> 00:07:51,138 Amazing. 181 00:07:51,238 --> 00:07:53,440 People are gonna talk about this night... 182 00:07:53,541 --> 00:07:55,275 forever. 183 00:07:55,375 --> 00:07:57,377 I have no doubt. 184 00:07:57,477 --> 00:07:58,912 Oh, hey. 185 00:07:59,012 --> 00:08:00,213 Let's take a ride. 186 00:08:02,082 --> 00:08:04,351 Pedal to the metal, Dad. 187 00:08:12,793 --> 00:08:14,828 Here you go. 188 00:08:18,566 --> 00:08:20,167 Shut up. 189 00:08:20,267 --> 00:08:22,135 Here. 190 00:08:22,235 --> 00:08:24,271 This will help you stay quiet. 191 00:08:30,277 --> 00:08:33,280 Why couldn't you just keep your mouth shut? 192 00:08:37,117 --> 00:08:40,453 A long line of honorable men wore this watch. 193 00:08:40,554 --> 00:08:44,892 And you desecrate it with that abomination of a dance. 194 00:09:15,789 --> 00:09:18,225 Help! 195 00:09:19,326 --> 00:09:20,861 Help! 196 00:09:23,496 --> 00:09:25,599 You found him, Mr. Hayes? 197 00:09:25,699 --> 00:09:29,369 We were going to have a father/son drink outside 198 00:09:29,469 --> 00:09:31,138 to cap the evening. 199 00:09:31,238 --> 00:09:35,508 I... heard a crash and... 200 00:09:35,609 --> 00:09:37,577 I still can't believe this. 201 00:09:37,678 --> 00:09:38,846 Hi. 202 00:09:38,946 --> 00:09:40,447 Sorry. Sweet tooth. 203 00:09:40,547 --> 00:09:42,650 Where did you f... 204 00:09:42,750 --> 00:09:44,084 Never mind. 205 00:09:44,184 --> 00:09:46,353 Did you see him get in the cart? 206 00:09:46,453 --> 00:09:49,522 No, uh, I'm-I'm sorry. 207 00:09:49,623 --> 00:09:52,025 That cake has been sitting out for hours. 208 00:09:52,125 --> 00:09:53,761 It's well past its prime. 209 00:09:53,861 --> 00:09:55,295 Oh, but it's still delicious. 210 00:09:55,395 --> 00:09:56,496 No, it's not. 211 00:09:56,596 --> 00:09:58,131 Sir, we should really c... No, it's okay. 212 00:09:58,231 --> 00:10:00,600 Too much sugar at night. He's right. 213 00:10:03,436 --> 00:10:04,604 So, 214 00:10:04,705 --> 00:10:06,339 the drunk groom drove his golf cart 215 00:10:06,439 --> 00:10:08,909 into a water hazard on the 12th hole. 216 00:10:09,009 --> 00:10:10,110 He drowned. 217 00:10:10,210 --> 00:10:11,578 That's terrible. Yeah. 218 00:10:11,679 --> 00:10:13,981 And it seems like such a beautiful wedding. 219 00:10:14,081 --> 00:10:16,016 Mine was nothing like this. 220 00:10:16,116 --> 00:10:19,319 It had way more pleated pants and mosquitos. 221 00:10:19,419 --> 00:10:20,754 You're married? You're married? 222 00:10:20,854 --> 00:10:21,955 I am? 223 00:10:22,055 --> 00:10:23,323 Oh. No. 224 00:10:23,423 --> 00:10:24,658 Oh, my God, you scared me. 225 00:10:24,758 --> 00:10:26,126 No, no, I'm divorced. 226 00:10:26,226 --> 00:10:27,327 Here we are. 227 00:10:27,427 --> 00:10:29,096 I had these made fresh 228 00:10:29,196 --> 00:10:32,532 for tomorrow's sadly now-canceled brunch. 229 00:10:32,632 --> 00:10:33,734 It doesn't make any sense. 230 00:10:33,834 --> 00:10:36,904 Derek never ever drove at night. 231 00:10:37,004 --> 00:10:37,905 Why not? 232 00:10:38,005 --> 00:10:39,206 Dumb astigmatism. 233 00:10:39,306 --> 00:10:41,875 People do stupid things at weddings, 234 00:10:41,975 --> 00:10:43,176 and he was so drunk. 235 00:10:43,276 --> 00:10:44,712 Th-they found a-a beer bottle, 236 00:10:44,812 --> 00:10:45,979 is that correct? Mm-hmm. 237 00:10:46,079 --> 00:10:47,047 But he hates beer. 238 00:10:47,147 --> 00:10:48,148 He drank it all the time. 239 00:10:48,248 --> 00:10:49,316 Yeah, because you'd offer. 240 00:10:49,416 --> 00:10:50,818 You're his boss. 241 00:10:50,918 --> 00:10:52,552 Or... were. 242 00:10:52,652 --> 00:10:54,254 Hi. 243 00:10:54,354 --> 00:10:57,424 Mr. Hayes. I'm Elsbeth Tascioni. 244 00:10:57,524 --> 00:10:59,159 I'm the police police. 245 00:10:59,259 --> 00:11:00,527 The what? 246 00:11:00,627 --> 00:11:01,762 Uh, never mind. 247 00:11:01,862 --> 00:11:03,764 So, you two worked together? Yes, yes. 248 00:11:03,864 --> 00:11:06,633 Derek was my best junior accountant. 249 00:11:06,734 --> 00:11:09,402 It's so horrible. I-I, um... 250 00:11:09,502 --> 00:11:12,005 I'm never gonna get to really know my son-in-law. 251 00:11:12,105 --> 00:11:13,540 Well, you must have known him pretty well 252 00:11:13,640 --> 00:11:15,709 if he was your best junior accountant. 253 00:11:15,809 --> 00:11:18,345 Well, how well can anyone know anyone? 254 00:11:18,445 --> 00:11:19,412 Pretty well, actually. 255 00:11:19,512 --> 00:11:21,381 Agree to disagree. Agreed. 256 00:11:23,283 --> 00:11:25,819 Uh, I, uh, I only hope that the wedding was so beautiful 257 00:11:25,919 --> 00:11:28,421 that people remember that more than this senseless tragedy. 258 00:11:28,521 --> 00:11:30,791 Now, if you'll excuse us... 259 00:11:32,760 --> 00:11:34,394 Let's go, baby. 260 00:11:40,633 --> 00:11:42,469 That was weird. Right? 261 00:11:42,569 --> 00:11:47,140 Why would you hope people forget the groom's tragic death? 262 00:11:47,240 --> 00:11:49,176 'Cause it's depressing as hell? 263 00:11:52,579 --> 00:11:54,414 Holy cow, this is good. 264 00:12:06,193 --> 00:12:07,560 WAGNER Nothing beats deli. 265 00:12:07,660 --> 00:12:10,263 Good old Z-Z's. Mm-hmm. 266 00:12:10,363 --> 00:12:11,799 So, what's up, Cap? 267 00:12:11,899 --> 00:12:12,933 What do you mean? 268 00:12:13,033 --> 00:12:14,101 You don't often call me in 269 00:12:14,201 --> 00:12:16,003 for a coffee and doughnut sit-down, so... 270 00:12:16,103 --> 00:12:17,137 Well... 271 00:12:18,205 --> 00:12:20,240 This Celetano thing is heating up. 272 00:12:20,340 --> 00:12:22,009 I need to throw some water on it. 273 00:12:22,109 --> 00:12:24,477 You need to give me everything you have on FlairAll. This again? 274 00:12:24,577 --> 00:12:26,179 I'm telling you, I handled it. 275 00:12:26,279 --> 00:12:28,248 It's all good. Whoa. Well, maybe so, but-- 276 00:12:28,348 --> 00:12:29,482 Wait a minute, what do you mean maybe so? 277 00:12:29,582 --> 00:12:31,418 You don't think I did? No, it's not that. 278 00:12:31,518 --> 00:12:33,320 I just want to dig into the details myself. 279 00:12:33,420 --> 00:12:35,155 Things fly across my desk. 280 00:12:35,255 --> 00:12:37,490 Maybe I'm too hands-off in this job. 281 00:12:37,590 --> 00:12:38,658 Well, look, if you're second-guessing 282 00:12:38,758 --> 00:12:41,128 the way I handle my cases... Aw. 283 00:12:41,228 --> 00:12:42,629 ...then maybe we should switch. 284 00:12:42,729 --> 00:12:43,831 I could spend my days 285 00:12:43,931 --> 00:12:45,365 sitting in that nice leather chair there. 286 00:12:45,465 --> 00:12:46,366 Yeah, well, 287 00:12:46,466 --> 00:12:47,968 this job has drawbacks. 288 00:12:48,068 --> 00:12:50,237 I don't think I would have minded. 289 00:12:50,337 --> 00:12:52,472 Is that right? 290 00:12:55,642 --> 00:12:57,510 I didn't realize you were interested. 291 00:12:57,610 --> 00:12:59,512 My interest didn't matter. 292 00:12:59,612 --> 00:13:01,481 The powers that be never wanted me. 293 00:13:01,581 --> 00:13:04,818 You fill the chair the way they wanted to fill the chair. 294 00:13:04,918 --> 00:13:07,554 Just wait a second. 295 00:13:07,654 --> 00:13:09,189 You saying I wasn't qualified? 296 00:13:09,289 --> 00:13:11,024 No, I'm not saying that at all. 297 00:13:11,124 --> 00:13:14,361 No one was more qualified than you, I mean that. 298 00:13:14,461 --> 00:13:15,795 Really. You earned it. 299 00:13:15,896 --> 00:13:17,164 Thank you. 300 00:13:17,264 --> 00:13:19,332 But we both earned it, actually. I mean, come on. 301 00:13:19,432 --> 00:13:20,800 We know the optics. 302 00:13:20,901 --> 00:13:22,635 What are you gonna do? Culture, right? 303 00:13:22,735 --> 00:13:24,637 Dave, this is-- 304 00:13:24,737 --> 00:13:26,506 Good morning, gentlemen. 305 00:13:26,606 --> 00:13:28,008 Is this a bad time? 306 00:13:28,108 --> 00:13:30,477 Ooh, doughnuts. 307 00:13:30,577 --> 00:13:32,312 No, my coffee was cold, anyway. 308 00:13:32,412 --> 00:13:35,715 And I've got to go double-check some things. 309 00:13:35,815 --> 00:13:38,018 Oh, wait, um, I am having 310 00:13:38,118 --> 00:13:40,220 a housewarming party. 311 00:13:41,554 --> 00:13:43,090 Please invite Claudia, too. 312 00:13:43,190 --> 00:13:45,025 She will class up the joint. 313 00:13:45,125 --> 00:13:46,626 Thank you, Ms. Tascioni. I'll see. 314 00:13:46,726 --> 00:13:48,361 Please... 315 00:13:48,461 --> 00:13:50,030 close the door behind you. 316 00:13:59,406 --> 00:14:02,075 Looks like a clear-cut accident. 317 00:14:02,175 --> 00:14:04,377 People doing stupid stuff at a wedding. 318 00:14:04,477 --> 00:14:06,413 Like having them. 319 00:14:06,513 --> 00:14:08,916 Sorry. Bad divorce. 320 00:14:09,016 --> 00:14:11,151 Oh, I'm sorry. 321 00:14:11,251 --> 00:14:14,254 Yeah, not so sure about this being an accident. 322 00:14:14,354 --> 00:14:16,556 ME report. 323 00:14:16,656 --> 00:14:19,192 "Petechial hemorrhages in the lining of the eyes. 324 00:14:19,292 --> 00:14:22,262 "High levels of carbon dioxide in the blood. 325 00:14:22,362 --> 00:14:23,763 No water found in the lungs." 326 00:14:23,863 --> 00:14:26,266 Derek didn't drown. He suffocated. 327 00:14:26,366 --> 00:14:27,767 Suffocated? Mm-hmm. 328 00:14:27,867 --> 00:14:29,102 What'd they find in the way of trauma? 329 00:14:29,202 --> 00:14:30,537 Were there ligature marks? 330 00:14:30,637 --> 00:14:31,804 No. No trauma. 331 00:14:31,905 --> 00:14:33,907 No sign anything physically stopped his breathing. 332 00:14:34,007 --> 00:14:36,043 Well, he didn't hold his own breath. 333 00:14:36,143 --> 00:14:39,779 Ooh, this beer bottle is really stuck. 334 00:14:39,879 --> 00:14:41,081 ... Oh. 335 00:14:41,181 --> 00:14:42,983 Wha-- Oh, God. 336 00:14:44,851 --> 00:14:46,853 Nora said that... 337 00:14:46,954 --> 00:14:49,189 Derek didn't even like beer. Huh. 338 00:14:49,289 --> 00:14:51,124 Oh! Speaking of beer. 339 00:14:51,224 --> 00:14:53,493 I'm sure that the gossip has already reached you, 340 00:14:53,593 --> 00:14:55,862 but it's true. Oh. 341 00:14:55,963 --> 00:14:58,665 I'm having a housewarming party. 342 00:14:58,765 --> 00:15:00,867 I bought a place. I'm a New Yorker. 343 00:15:00,968 --> 00:15:02,502 You most certainly are not. 344 00:15:02,602 --> 00:15:04,704 Hey, congratulations. 345 00:15:04,804 --> 00:15:07,040 Thanks. It's BYOB. 346 00:15:07,140 --> 00:15:10,377 Bring your own booze, bubbles, bongos. 347 00:15:10,477 --> 00:15:12,045 The "B" is flexible. 348 00:15:12,145 --> 00:15:14,447 Well, I'm really psyched about your alphabet party, 349 00:15:14,547 --> 00:15:17,417 but right now I think we should go see the Hayes family. 350 00:15:17,517 --> 00:15:20,420 B for "brilliant." Don't do that. 351 00:15:20,520 --> 00:15:22,855 Unfortunately, we can't sign off 352 00:15:22,956 --> 00:15:25,192 on it being an accident at this time. 353 00:15:25,292 --> 00:15:28,028 But it was an accident, right? 354 00:15:28,128 --> 00:15:29,196 Of course it was. 355 00:15:29,296 --> 00:15:30,763 We need the name of the videographer, 356 00:15:30,863 --> 00:15:33,366 so we can take a look at the footage from the reception. 357 00:15:33,466 --> 00:15:34,834 We didn't have one. 358 00:15:34,934 --> 00:15:37,004 We only did pre-ceremony photos. 359 00:15:37,104 --> 00:15:38,438 Oh, that's too bad. 360 00:15:38,538 --> 00:15:40,974 No pictures or videos of that stunning wedding? 361 00:15:41,074 --> 00:15:42,942 I don't want my guests having cameras shoved in their faces. 362 00:15:43,043 --> 00:15:44,711 It wasn't the Golden Globes. 363 00:15:44,811 --> 00:15:47,180 Well, we're gonna need to see the guest list. 364 00:15:47,280 --> 00:15:49,816 Well, that'll take some time. There were over 300 guests. 365 00:15:49,916 --> 00:15:53,353 Oh, wow. Nora, that's a lot of friends. 366 00:15:53,453 --> 00:15:56,789 Well, they were mostly Daddy's friends and clients. 367 00:15:58,825 --> 00:16:01,828 And now I'm an old, gross widow with no friends 368 00:16:01,928 --> 00:16:03,163 'cause my friends all suck. 369 00:16:03,263 --> 00:16:04,731 Nora. Oh, no. 370 00:16:08,001 --> 00:16:09,569 Too bad there were no cameras. 371 00:16:10,770 --> 00:16:12,572 Of course, there's sure to be 372 00:16:12,672 --> 00:16:14,407 cell phone footage. 373 00:16:14,507 --> 00:16:16,576 Possibly. 374 00:16:16,676 --> 00:16:20,013 Great. Ooh, look at those. 375 00:16:20,113 --> 00:16:21,848 Aw, look how cute she is. 376 00:16:21,948 --> 00:16:23,350 Oh, my goodness. 377 00:16:23,450 --> 00:16:24,917 Is this you? 378 00:16:25,018 --> 00:16:27,187 Ah, yes. My salad days at Yale. 379 00:16:27,287 --> 00:16:28,421 You were a cheerleader? Oh, yeah. 380 00:16:28,521 --> 00:16:29,489 There's nothing funny about that. 381 00:16:29,589 --> 00:16:30,990 So was George W. Bush. 382 00:16:31,091 --> 00:16:32,359 Of course, my father 383 00:16:32,459 --> 00:16:34,561 and grandfather were none too thrilled. 384 00:16:34,661 --> 00:16:37,497 Oh. Parents can be 385 00:16:37,597 --> 00:16:39,232 very hard to please. 386 00:16:41,701 --> 00:16:44,604 So, Derek, he was your best junior accountant? 387 00:16:44,704 --> 00:16:46,606 He was good and trustworthy, 388 00:16:46,706 --> 00:16:49,876 especially important in the wealth management business. 389 00:16:49,976 --> 00:16:52,412 Well, now, if there's nothing else-- Hey, you know what? 390 00:16:52,512 --> 00:16:53,913 I need to get my finances in shape. 391 00:16:54,013 --> 00:16:55,615 I just bought an apartment, and I'm... 392 00:16:55,715 --> 00:16:58,118 Oh, oh... do you guys mind? 393 00:16:58,218 --> 00:16:59,419 I love you both so much, 394 00:16:59,519 --> 00:17:01,588 but this might get a little personal. 395 00:17:01,688 --> 00:17:03,623 We'll be outside. 396 00:17:05,692 --> 00:17:07,594 Excuse me, Miss... 397 00:17:07,694 --> 00:17:09,162 Uh, it escaped me. 398 00:17:09,262 --> 00:17:11,598 Oh. (chuckles) Elsbeth Tascioni. 399 00:17:11,698 --> 00:17:13,100 Elsbet. Oh, Scottish. 400 00:17:13,200 --> 00:17:15,001 No, Elsbeth. 401 00:17:15,102 --> 00:17:16,336 You should hear me 402 00:17:16,436 --> 00:17:19,472 trying to say the "Hayeseseses house." 403 00:17:19,572 --> 00:17:22,742 Ms. Tascioni, uh, I doubt that 404 00:17:22,842 --> 00:17:26,446 you would benefit from my services on a police salary. 405 00:17:26,546 --> 00:17:28,115 Oh. Oh, no. 406 00:17:28,215 --> 00:17:30,483 I've actually been a very successful lawyer. 407 00:17:30,583 --> 00:17:31,984 Oh. This police stuff is new. 408 00:17:32,085 --> 00:17:33,220 But it turns out, 409 00:17:33,320 --> 00:17:36,756 I am very good at solving murder cases. 410 00:17:36,856 --> 00:17:39,492 Oh. How lucky. 411 00:17:39,592 --> 00:17:40,827 Well, perhaps 412 00:17:40,927 --> 00:17:43,062 if I can find some times in my schedule, 413 00:17:43,163 --> 00:17:44,431 I'll let you know. 414 00:17:44,531 --> 00:17:47,467 Now, if you'll excuse me, I... 415 00:17:47,567 --> 00:17:48,901 I need to tend to my daughter. 416 00:17:49,001 --> 00:17:50,837 You're a good dad. 417 00:17:52,905 --> 00:17:54,607 Okay. 418 00:17:54,707 --> 00:17:56,709 Well... 419 00:17:56,809 --> 00:17:57,977 promise you won't forget me. 420 00:17:58,077 --> 00:17:59,979 How could I? 421 00:18:06,819 --> 00:18:08,655 Ashton. 422 00:18:10,490 --> 00:18:13,126 Nora has something to tell you. 423 00:18:13,226 --> 00:18:15,362 Promise me you won't tell anyone. Mm-mm. 424 00:18:15,462 --> 00:18:16,729 Promise me, Daddy. 425 00:18:16,829 --> 00:18:19,632 Darling, you can always trust me. 426 00:18:19,732 --> 00:18:21,434 After you all left, 427 00:18:21,534 --> 00:18:23,170 my poor, guilt-ridden Nora confessed 428 00:18:23,270 --> 00:18:26,105 to having an extramarital affair 429 00:18:26,206 --> 00:18:28,875 with that scoundrel, Rob, the wedding choreographer. 430 00:18:32,412 --> 00:18:34,281 Derek must have figured it out 431 00:18:34,381 --> 00:18:36,949 and gotten so upset that he... well... 432 00:18:37,049 --> 00:18:38,285 Drove into a pond? 433 00:18:38,385 --> 00:18:39,286 And wouldn't it technically 434 00:18:39,386 --> 00:18:41,788 be premarital, not extramarital, 435 00:18:41,888 --> 00:18:43,823 if it happened before the wedding? 436 00:18:43,923 --> 00:18:46,726 N-Nora told me this in confidence, 437 00:18:46,826 --> 00:18:48,861 but I knew it was too important not to tell you. 438 00:18:50,129 --> 00:18:51,498 I had no idea. 439 00:18:51,598 --> 00:18:54,000 It's also surprising behavior from a choreographer. 440 00:18:54,100 --> 00:18:55,568 Except Bob Fosse. 441 00:18:58,104 --> 00:18:59,706 Thank you for bringing this to us. 442 00:18:59,806 --> 00:19:00,840 Any way I can help. 443 00:19:00,940 --> 00:19:03,009 And please say hi to Claudia for us. 444 00:19:05,678 --> 00:19:07,079 Hey! 445 00:19:08,548 --> 00:19:10,417 I guess there are videos. 446 00:19:10,517 --> 00:19:12,485 Guess so. 447 00:19:16,323 --> 00:19:17,357 Well, this affair 448 00:19:17,457 --> 00:19:19,626 between Nora and Rob adds a new focus. 449 00:19:19,726 --> 00:19:21,027 Found it. 450 00:19:21,127 --> 00:19:25,031 The hashtag for the wedding is #HayHayHayesAndDavis. 451 00:19:25,131 --> 00:19:26,566 Oh, my son Teddy, 452 00:19:26,666 --> 00:19:29,702 his friends have the cutest wedding hashtags. 453 00:19:29,802 --> 00:19:32,205 #MrAndMrConway. 454 00:19:32,305 --> 00:19:35,375 #DougAndDougDoThatWeddingThang. 455 00:19:35,475 --> 00:19:37,210 #LoveIsLove. 456 00:19:37,310 --> 00:19:38,845 #CanWeGetBackToTheCase? 457 00:19:38,945 --> 00:19:41,614 Uh, I would bet money that Rob is involved. 458 00:19:41,714 --> 00:19:43,350 Jealousy-driven murder. 459 00:19:43,450 --> 00:19:44,917 Does anyone else find it weird 460 00:19:45,017 --> 00:19:47,053 how quickly Ashton brought this to us 461 00:19:47,153 --> 00:19:49,556 after his daughter told him to keep it secret? 462 00:19:49,656 --> 00:19:52,191 He seemed like he was enjoying it. Right? 463 00:19:52,292 --> 00:19:53,426 Mm-hmm. I know... 464 00:19:53,526 --> 00:19:54,761 I like the Rob angle. 465 00:19:54,861 --> 00:19:56,463 Never trust a dancing man. 466 00:19:56,563 --> 00:19:57,830 Donnelly, dig into the videos 467 00:19:57,930 --> 00:19:59,466 Elsbeth found. 468 00:19:59,566 --> 00:20:02,134 See if we can pinpoint Rob's location at the time of death. 469 00:20:03,603 --> 00:20:05,171 I'll follow up on the guest list. 470 00:20:05,272 --> 00:20:06,172 Ms. Tascioni? 471 00:20:06,273 --> 00:20:07,474 Wow. 472 00:20:07,574 --> 00:20:09,276 Derek and Nora could've been on Broadway. 473 00:20:09,376 --> 00:20:10,610 Ms. Tascioni. Yes, sir. 474 00:20:10,710 --> 00:20:12,279 Donnelly takes the lead. 475 00:20:20,687 --> 00:20:21,821 Ah. 476 00:20:21,921 --> 00:20:24,023 You must be my private lesson. 477 00:20:24,123 --> 00:20:26,158 Enchanté. 478 00:20:26,259 --> 00:20:28,595 Oh, enchantée, Rob. Rob. 479 00:20:28,695 --> 00:20:30,530 Oh. Whoa! 480 00:20:36,936 --> 00:20:39,406 So, is this lesson for something, 481 00:20:39,506 --> 00:20:41,808 or someone, special? 482 00:20:41,908 --> 00:20:45,044 Um, not exactly. 483 00:20:45,144 --> 00:20:48,247 Oh, whoa, whoa. Well, we will make it special. 484 00:20:48,348 --> 00:20:52,218 That's a FlashRob Studios 100% guarantee. 485 00:20:54,354 --> 00:20:56,923 Okay, actually, 486 00:20:57,023 --> 00:20:59,058 I'm here about Derek. 487 00:20:59,158 --> 00:21:01,361 Um, I am working the case, 488 00:21:01,461 --> 00:21:04,897 and I am not police, but I am not not police. 489 00:21:04,997 --> 00:21:07,700 Sorry, what case? Derek drowned. Oh. 490 00:21:07,800 --> 00:21:09,268 It doesn't appear so. 491 00:21:09,369 --> 00:21:11,270 Didn't Nora tell you? 492 00:21:11,371 --> 00:21:14,407 You two were so close. 493 00:21:14,507 --> 00:21:17,477 Yeah, Nora hasn't returned my texts since the wedding. 494 00:21:17,577 --> 00:21:19,446 And yes, we were sleeping together, 495 00:21:19,546 --> 00:21:21,548 but it didn't mean anything. 496 00:21:21,648 --> 00:21:23,950 It's a... occupational hazard. 497 00:21:24,050 --> 00:21:27,587 I'm currently sleeping with six dance students 498 00:21:27,687 --> 00:21:29,556 and four brides-to-be. 499 00:21:29,656 --> 00:21:31,591 My dance card's full. 500 00:21:31,691 --> 00:21:34,727 That's a-- That is almost a pun. 501 00:21:34,827 --> 00:21:39,065 So, you didn't kill Derek 502 00:21:39,165 --> 00:21:42,969 because you were jealous and you wanted his life? Let's see. 503 00:21:43,069 --> 00:21:45,204 Would I rather be married with a nine-to-five job, 504 00:21:45,304 --> 00:21:47,607 or spend my days dipping different women? 505 00:21:47,707 --> 00:21:49,041 And by "dipping," you mean... 506 00:21:49,141 --> 00:21:50,309 Listen... Oh. 507 00:21:50,410 --> 00:21:54,246 Derek was my accountant and sort of friend. 508 00:21:54,347 --> 00:21:55,948 And I felt really guilty about me and Nora, 509 00:21:56,048 --> 00:21:57,950 and I wanted to come clean, but, 510 00:21:58,050 --> 00:22:00,086 not after what happened at the bachelor party. 511 00:22:00,186 --> 00:22:01,187 Why? What happened? 512 00:22:01,287 --> 00:22:02,622 Well, Derek was acting like a tool 513 00:22:02,722 --> 00:22:04,524 and disappeared for a private "Capri party" 514 00:22:04,624 --> 00:22:06,493 for, uh, way too long. 515 00:22:06,593 --> 00:22:07,594 He went to Capri? 516 00:22:07,694 --> 00:22:09,829 That's the exotic dancer's name. Oh. 517 00:22:09,929 --> 00:22:11,831 Oh. Oh... 518 00:22:11,931 --> 00:22:13,533 It still was a great wedding, though. 519 00:22:13,633 --> 00:22:15,435 Oh, yes, it was. 520 00:22:15,535 --> 00:22:19,071 Your choreography was... inspired. 521 00:22:23,376 --> 00:22:25,011 That's my trademark move. 522 00:22:26,278 --> 00:22:28,515 He had it on when he was doing the dance, 523 00:22:28,615 --> 00:22:31,283 but not when he was pulled from the pond. 524 00:22:31,384 --> 00:22:33,620 The police dredged the pond, 525 00:22:33,720 --> 00:22:36,623 but they didn't find anything. 526 00:22:36,723 --> 00:22:40,192 Got 30 minutes left. Anything else? 527 00:22:40,292 --> 00:22:42,194 Do you teach the "Hot Honey Rag"? 528 00:22:42,294 --> 00:22:44,631 Officer Blanke. 529 00:22:46,098 --> 00:22:47,934 Come on in. 530 00:22:56,142 --> 00:22:57,410 Have a seat. 531 00:23:01,280 --> 00:23:03,149 Everything good? 532 00:23:03,249 --> 00:23:06,018 Everything's great, sir. 533 00:23:06,118 --> 00:23:09,656 I notice you and Elsbeth are thick as thieves. 534 00:23:09,756 --> 00:23:11,357 Anything to report? 535 00:23:11,458 --> 00:23:14,060 Nothing yet. She invited me out for a ladies' night tonight. 536 00:23:14,160 --> 00:23:16,062 Not sure what that will entail. 537 00:23:16,162 --> 00:23:18,765 A clown emoji was used. 538 00:23:18,865 --> 00:23:20,567 Interesting. 539 00:23:23,135 --> 00:23:25,772 Well, if there's nothing you want to share... There's not. 540 00:23:25,872 --> 00:23:27,674 Nothing at all, sir. 541 00:23:28,641 --> 00:23:30,076 Huh. 542 00:23:31,444 --> 00:23:32,679 Okay. 543 00:23:35,782 --> 00:23:37,183 Keep up the good work. 544 00:23:37,283 --> 00:23:38,985 Thank you, sir. 545 00:23:46,459 --> 00:23:48,661 So, where are the clowns? 546 00:23:48,761 --> 00:23:53,099 I'm sorry, that clown emoji was just a ruse. 547 00:23:53,199 --> 00:23:55,101 A heads-up would have been nice. 548 00:23:55,201 --> 00:23:57,837 I mean, this is a bit much for a Tuesday. 549 00:23:57,937 --> 00:24:00,339 I know, but Rob told me that Derek had 550 00:24:00,439 --> 00:24:04,310 a private bachelor party with a dancer here named Capri. 551 00:24:04,410 --> 00:24:06,312 Captain Wagner didn't sanction this, 552 00:24:06,412 --> 00:24:09,215 so we cannot question her as police on official business. 553 00:24:09,315 --> 00:24:11,050 I know, but... Hi, ladies. 554 00:24:11,150 --> 00:24:13,052 My name's Capri. You asked for me? 555 00:24:13,152 --> 00:24:16,155 Is this a special occasion? 556 00:24:17,724 --> 00:24:20,493 It certainly is. 557 00:24:20,593 --> 00:24:25,331 I am actually engaged to her son Teddy. 558 00:24:25,431 --> 00:24:28,601 And she is the greatest mom-in-law to be, 559 00:24:28,701 --> 00:24:32,171 and we want to make sure that he has the best bachelor party, 560 00:24:32,271 --> 00:24:34,741 And you cam highly recommended. 561 00:24:34,841 --> 00:24:38,377 And we want to be sure that nothing bad happens, 562 00:24:38,477 --> 00:24:41,313 and that Teddy stays true to me. 563 00:24:41,413 --> 00:24:42,882 You think you can help us out with that? 564 00:24:42,982 --> 00:24:45,284 Of course. I do it all the time. Good. 565 00:24:45,384 --> 00:24:47,453 Because we don't want any hiccups. 566 00:24:47,554 --> 00:24:50,890 This little angel here and my son, 567 00:24:50,990 --> 00:24:54,293 they get anything that they want. Aw. 568 00:24:54,393 --> 00:24:56,996 Well, except golf carts. 569 00:24:57,096 --> 00:24:59,398 Oh. Did you see the news? 570 00:24:59,498 --> 00:25:02,769 OMG, that groom was my client. 571 00:25:02,869 --> 00:25:05,171 No way. No way. 572 00:25:05,271 --> 00:25:06,505 Okay... 573 00:25:06,606 --> 00:25:09,275 So Derek spilled the beans to Capri 574 00:25:09,375 --> 00:25:11,944 about Ashton's business, which is understandable. 575 00:25:12,044 --> 00:25:13,379 She is so nice. 576 00:25:13,479 --> 00:25:16,048 And then Capri told Ashton, 577 00:25:16,148 --> 00:25:18,685 which must be what made him want to kill Derek. 578 00:25:18,785 --> 00:25:21,487 Maybe so, but how did Derek suffocate? 579 00:25:21,588 --> 00:25:23,890 The M.E. still can't find anything. 580 00:25:23,990 --> 00:25:27,493 Yeah. And where is that darn watch? 581 00:25:27,594 --> 00:25:29,361 Oh, and for the record, 582 00:25:29,461 --> 00:25:32,031 I would love 583 00:25:32,131 --> 00:25:33,966 to be your mother-in-law. 584 00:25:34,066 --> 00:25:35,467 Oh, I'm flattered. 585 00:25:35,568 --> 00:25:37,169 But I don't think I'm Teddy's type. 586 00:25:37,269 --> 00:25:38,170 Am I right? No. 587 00:25:38,270 --> 00:25:39,839 Not only 'cause he's gay, 588 00:25:39,939 --> 00:25:42,374 but based on his last few boyfriends, 589 00:25:42,474 --> 00:25:46,445 he doesn't really fall for kind or honest people. 590 00:25:46,545 --> 00:25:47,880 Poor Teddy. 591 00:25:47,980 --> 00:25:49,181 Thanks. 592 00:25:49,281 --> 00:25:52,284 But I don't feel so kind or honest right now. 593 00:25:52,384 --> 00:25:55,688 Captain Wagner called me into his office for a chat. 594 00:25:55,788 --> 00:25:59,225 I was crawling out of my skin. I feel so guilty. 595 00:25:59,325 --> 00:26:01,127 I know, but we're gonna get to the truth soon. 596 00:26:01,227 --> 00:26:02,662 I hope so. 597 00:26:02,762 --> 00:26:05,297 In the meantime, let's give this glorified accountant 598 00:26:05,397 --> 00:26:07,667 a deep, thorough audit. 599 00:26:07,767 --> 00:26:09,301 Let's audit the hell out of him. Okay. 600 00:26:14,506 --> 00:26:16,776 Mr. Hayes. 601 00:26:16,876 --> 00:26:18,044 What a surprise. 602 00:26:18,144 --> 00:26:20,446 Ms. Tascioni. What are you doing here? 603 00:26:20,546 --> 00:26:23,783 Well, I like this club so much I got a day pass to try it out. 604 00:26:23,883 --> 00:26:25,384 I'll give you a lift. I'm good. 605 00:26:25,484 --> 00:26:27,586 The range is right there. 606 00:26:28,621 --> 00:26:30,890 We'll take the scenic route. 607 00:26:35,728 --> 00:26:37,697 Could you slow down, please? 608 00:26:37,797 --> 00:26:40,166 You need to loosen up. 609 00:26:40,266 --> 00:26:41,834 This is fun. 610 00:26:43,035 --> 00:26:48,074 Okay, now, this is the hill he drove down. 611 00:26:48,174 --> 00:26:50,542 Poor Derek. 612 00:26:50,643 --> 00:26:53,345 I wonder what he was thinking that night. 613 00:26:53,445 --> 00:26:55,447 He clearly wasn't. 614 00:26:55,547 --> 00:26:57,416 Well, I bet we... 615 00:26:57,516 --> 00:26:59,185 ...can figure it out. 616 00:26:59,285 --> 00:27:03,690 So I am gonna take this here beer bottle 617 00:27:03,790 --> 00:27:06,358 and stick it under the brake... 618 00:27:06,458 --> 00:27:09,896 Wait. Don't-- And then see what happens. 619 00:27:10,529 --> 00:27:12,464 Stop. Stop. 620 00:27:12,564 --> 00:27:14,734 Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! 621 00:27:16,836 --> 00:27:19,772 Are you nuts? You could have killed us. 622 00:27:19,872 --> 00:27:21,974 Oh, don't be ridiculous. I was in total control. 623 00:27:22,074 --> 00:27:24,777 I tried it five times before I picked you up, 624 00:27:24,877 --> 00:27:27,079 and each time I did it, 625 00:27:27,179 --> 00:27:30,449 the beer bottle popped out from under the brake. 626 00:27:30,549 --> 00:27:34,186 So how did it get so stuck that night? 627 00:27:34,286 --> 00:27:39,191 Unless it was jammed in there on purpose. 628 00:27:39,291 --> 00:27:40,760 But why would Derek do that? 629 00:27:40,860 --> 00:27:42,561 What... He was drunk. Who knows? 630 00:27:42,661 --> 00:27:45,732 Right. But Derek didn't even like beer. 631 00:27:45,832 --> 00:27:47,299 He only drank it to please you. 632 00:27:47,399 --> 00:27:49,168 I would appreciate it if you would work out your theories 633 00:27:49,268 --> 00:27:51,003 without using me as a test dummy. 634 00:27:51,103 --> 00:27:52,805 Oh, you're no dummy. 635 00:27:52,905 --> 00:27:54,540 I could tell that right away. 636 00:27:57,376 --> 00:27:59,411 Now... 637 00:28:00,713 --> 00:28:02,648 ...where is that watch? 638 00:28:02,749 --> 00:28:05,017 What watch? What watch? 639 00:28:05,117 --> 00:28:07,820 The family heirloom you gave to Derek, silly. 640 00:28:09,088 --> 00:28:10,990 He told Rob all about it. Oh, 641 00:28:11,090 --> 00:28:12,658 Derek was so proud. 642 00:28:12,759 --> 00:28:15,962 Oh, that watch. Mm. 643 00:28:16,062 --> 00:28:18,865 You know, it makes sense 644 00:28:18,965 --> 00:28:21,868 that Rob would bring that up. 645 00:28:21,968 --> 00:28:23,235 He probably stole it. 646 00:28:23,335 --> 00:28:26,172 Oh, you're right. 647 00:28:26,272 --> 00:28:28,207 Jealous Rob. 648 00:28:28,307 --> 00:28:32,211 Right, he wanted the girl, the gold watch and everything. 649 00:28:32,311 --> 00:28:34,213 Well, don't you worry, we won't rest 650 00:28:34,313 --> 00:28:35,915 until we get it back. 651 00:28:36,015 --> 00:28:37,249 Things like that need to stay in the family, 652 00:28:37,349 --> 00:28:38,550 don't you think? 653 00:28:38,650 --> 00:28:41,387 What I think... 654 00:28:41,487 --> 00:28:42,889 is I'm driving back. 655 00:28:42,989 --> 00:28:44,824 Oh. Hmm. 656 00:28:44,924 --> 00:28:46,725 This is everything on FlairAll? 657 00:28:46,826 --> 00:28:47,994 Yeah, the whole kit and caboodle. 658 00:28:48,094 --> 00:28:49,962 I told you there wasn't much to look into. 659 00:28:50,062 --> 00:28:53,132 A lot of wild accusations. 660 00:28:53,232 --> 00:28:56,068 And listen, um... about earlier? 661 00:28:56,168 --> 00:28:58,637 You know how I am before my coffee kicks in. 662 00:28:58,737 --> 00:29:01,740 I am happy for you, really. 663 00:29:01,841 --> 00:29:03,675 And it's been great working under you. 664 00:29:03,776 --> 00:29:06,078 Thanks, Dave. 665 00:29:06,178 --> 00:29:07,679 A little word to the wise. 666 00:29:08,815 --> 00:29:13,185 Don't let your insecurities hide your inabilities. 667 00:29:22,561 --> 00:29:24,763 Since I'm not playing golf today, 668 00:29:24,864 --> 00:29:26,966 I will give you ten minutes to talk shop. 669 00:29:27,066 --> 00:29:28,600 How are your investments? 670 00:29:28,700 --> 00:29:30,803 Great, I think. 671 00:29:30,903 --> 00:29:32,905 I have everything in triple-A... 672 00:29:33,005 --> 00:29:35,274 Uh, wait, that's mine. 673 00:29:35,374 --> 00:29:37,476 Sorry, club policy, no bottles. 674 00:29:37,576 --> 00:29:40,212 That's weird. It's proper. 675 00:29:40,312 --> 00:29:42,248 And a rule I strictly enforce 676 00:29:42,348 --> 00:29:43,449 as head of the entertainment committee. 677 00:29:43,549 --> 00:29:45,751 Entertainment committee? That sounds fun. 678 00:29:45,852 --> 00:29:48,888 But then how did Derek get the beer bottle 679 00:29:48,988 --> 00:29:49,922 in the golf cart? 680 00:29:50,022 --> 00:29:54,460 Well, I try to enforce the rule, 681 00:29:54,560 --> 00:29:56,728 but you know how it goes. I don't. 682 00:29:56,829 --> 00:30:00,599 With you it seems there is no try, only do. 683 00:30:00,699 --> 00:30:01,767 Is that Yoda? 684 00:30:01,868 --> 00:30:04,470 Excuse me, Mr. Hayes. Elsbeth? 685 00:30:04,570 --> 00:30:06,505 Ah. Duty calls. 686 00:30:08,207 --> 00:30:10,209 If you do finally get to play golf, 687 00:30:10,309 --> 00:30:12,778 I hope you get a very high score. 688 00:30:15,481 --> 00:30:17,649 Okay, so, I talked to the manager, Janine. 689 00:30:17,749 --> 00:30:19,351 She's also from Queens, unlike the members 690 00:30:19,451 --> 00:30:21,487 of this creepy place, but she did me a favor 691 00:30:21,587 --> 00:30:22,821 and gave me a copy of the guest list 692 00:30:22,922 --> 00:30:23,822 from the wedding. 693 00:30:23,923 --> 00:30:26,158 Ooh, good job. Mm-hmm. 694 00:30:31,097 --> 00:30:34,066 Do you think Janine could do us another favor? 695 00:30:35,134 --> 00:30:37,136 We so appreciate the tour, Janine. 696 00:30:37,236 --> 00:30:39,605 Anything for Queens. Aw. 697 00:30:39,705 --> 00:30:41,140 Ooh, what's back there? 698 00:30:41,240 --> 00:30:44,510 Perishables and bottled beverages. Ah. 699 00:30:44,610 --> 00:30:47,379 So, If I wanted something, could I just sneak back here 700 00:30:47,479 --> 00:30:48,447 and grab it? 701 00:30:48,547 --> 00:30:50,116 Oh, no. Staff only. 702 00:30:50,216 --> 00:30:53,185 Club policy and state regulations. 703 00:30:53,285 --> 00:30:55,321 Oh. And is that strictly enforced? 704 00:30:55,421 --> 00:30:57,756 Well, I admit there's a pushy member or two 705 00:30:57,856 --> 00:31:00,459 whose access to the kitchen is more... flexible. 706 00:31:00,559 --> 00:31:02,194 Sounds like someone we know. 707 00:31:02,294 --> 00:31:06,132 Perishables are labeled, dated and checked daily. 708 00:31:06,232 --> 00:31:09,435 Ooh, I love all the steam. It's so good for the skin. 709 00:31:09,535 --> 00:31:13,339 Ooh, puddings. And cherry. I love cherry. 710 00:31:13,439 --> 00:31:15,274 How does this work? 711 00:31:15,374 --> 00:31:19,778 Oh, I see. It goes in here, and then bum. Bum, bum, bum, bum. 712 00:31:19,878 --> 00:31:20,913 Pretty fast. 713 00:31:21,013 --> 00:31:24,283 Ooh. Oh, wait. 714 00:31:25,952 --> 00:31:28,254 Where are the labels? Kitchen secret. 715 00:31:28,354 --> 00:31:29,755 Food-grade safe. 716 00:31:29,855 --> 00:31:32,624 It completely dissolves in water in 30 seconds. 717 00:31:42,434 --> 00:31:43,669 So Derek shared privileged information 718 00:31:43,769 --> 00:31:46,072 with exotic dancer Capri at his bachelor party. 719 00:31:46,172 --> 00:31:47,573 She told us all about it. 720 00:31:47,673 --> 00:31:48,907 Ladies' night, I take it. 721 00:31:49,008 --> 00:31:50,842 Turns out Capri was paid 722 00:31:50,943 --> 00:31:53,112 by the Hayesese-- 723 00:31:53,212 --> 00:31:54,947 The Hayesesese... 724 00:31:55,047 --> 00:31:57,883 The Hayes family to spy on Derek. 725 00:31:57,984 --> 00:32:00,819 Smart. I wish I'd thought of that with my ex. 726 00:32:00,919 --> 00:32:03,155 Sorry, this case is bringing up some stuff. 727 00:32:03,255 --> 00:32:05,057 Aw, but they weren't checking 728 00:32:05,157 --> 00:32:07,559 on his fidelity to Nora. 729 00:32:07,659 --> 00:32:10,462 They only cared about what he said, not what he did. 730 00:32:10,562 --> 00:32:12,264 So why would Ashton, 731 00:32:12,364 --> 00:32:14,600 who was so proud of his perfect wedding, 732 00:32:14,700 --> 00:32:16,935 not want any photographs or video? 733 00:32:17,036 --> 00:32:19,305 I didn't buy that whole Golden Globes line. 734 00:32:19,405 --> 00:32:20,806 Everybody loves the Globes. 735 00:32:20,906 --> 00:32:22,341 They're so fun and informal. 736 00:32:22,441 --> 00:32:23,775 Right, right... The family said 737 00:32:23,875 --> 00:32:25,644 they had over 300 guests at the wedding, 738 00:32:25,744 --> 00:32:28,347 but the guest list we got only had 220. 739 00:32:28,447 --> 00:32:29,381 Why? 740 00:32:29,481 --> 00:32:32,118 I zoomed in on the dance video. 741 00:32:32,218 --> 00:32:34,686 And I recognized people from my Chicago days. 742 00:32:34,786 --> 00:32:37,856 Now these are powerful people with a lot of secrets. 743 00:32:37,956 --> 00:32:39,458 Derek was too big of a risk. 744 00:32:39,558 --> 00:32:41,360 What about our dancer friend, Rob? 745 00:32:41,460 --> 00:32:44,130 Rob left early with one of the bridesmaids. 746 00:32:44,230 --> 00:32:46,198 She texted the group chat: 747 00:32:46,298 --> 00:32:49,068 "Good news, I got Rob-bed." 748 00:32:49,168 --> 00:32:51,303 That's why Nora said her friends "suck." 749 00:32:51,403 --> 00:32:54,840 And why Rob said that Nora stopped texting him back. 750 00:32:54,940 --> 00:32:57,109 Rob said that? When? 751 00:32:57,209 --> 00:32:58,344 I took a dance lesson. 752 00:32:58,444 --> 00:33:00,379 But just in case people cut a rug 753 00:33:00,479 --> 00:33:01,613 at my party. 754 00:33:01,713 --> 00:33:02,948 I will not be cutting a rug. 755 00:33:03,049 --> 00:33:04,650 Next, the beer bottle. 756 00:33:04,750 --> 00:33:06,318 Club policy doesn't allow 757 00:33:06,418 --> 00:33:08,620 beverage bottles to remain out. 758 00:33:08,720 --> 00:33:11,057 So how did Derek-- Who didn't like beer. 759 00:33:11,157 --> 00:33:13,525 Or Rob, for argument's sake, get the bottle? 760 00:33:13,625 --> 00:33:15,627 They didn't. Only staff 761 00:33:15,727 --> 00:33:16,895 and pushy members go in the kitchen, 762 00:33:16,995 --> 00:33:18,230 like when Ashton brought us 763 00:33:18,330 --> 00:33:19,965 those delicious popovers. 764 00:33:20,066 --> 00:33:21,700 They were very good. Yeah. 765 00:33:21,800 --> 00:33:23,669 Guess what else was in the kitchen? 766 00:33:24,636 --> 00:33:26,004 Tape? 767 00:33:29,141 --> 00:33:31,043 Just give it a second. 768 00:33:31,143 --> 00:33:32,678 Or 30. 769 00:33:32,778 --> 00:33:34,446 The ME couldn't find a physical reason 770 00:33:34,546 --> 00:33:35,814 for Derek's suffocation. 771 00:33:38,150 --> 00:33:40,452 Because it didn't exist anymore. 772 00:33:40,552 --> 00:33:42,288 See? Dissolving tape. 773 00:33:42,388 --> 00:33:45,391 Ashton expected the tape to dissolve and Derek to drown. 774 00:33:45,491 --> 00:33:47,126 But he used too much, 775 00:33:47,226 --> 00:33:48,927 so Derek suffocated first. 776 00:33:49,027 --> 00:33:50,962 Disappearing weapons. 777 00:33:51,063 --> 00:33:52,731 That's great for us. Mm-hmm. 778 00:33:52,831 --> 00:33:55,267 This is all good, but not good enough. 779 00:33:55,367 --> 00:33:57,703 We still need hard, physical evidence. 780 00:34:03,809 --> 00:34:05,677 We sure do. 781 00:34:09,481 --> 00:34:10,682 Hello? 782 00:34:10,782 --> 00:34:13,018 Ashton, C.W. Wagner here. 783 00:34:13,119 --> 00:34:14,520 Captain. How can I help you? 784 00:34:14,620 --> 00:34:16,588 This is more about me helping you. 785 00:34:16,688 --> 00:34:19,258 We're focused on finding that watch you gave Derek. 786 00:34:19,358 --> 00:34:21,460 Oh, I don't think that's necessary. 787 00:34:21,560 --> 00:34:23,262 That watch is key 788 00:34:23,362 --> 00:34:24,963 to closing our case. 789 00:34:25,063 --> 00:34:28,667 We know from videos that Derek had it on prior to his death. 790 00:34:28,767 --> 00:34:32,738 So we're going to dredge the golf course pond again tomorrow. 791 00:34:32,838 --> 00:34:35,441 If we find it, you get your precious heirloom back 792 00:34:35,541 --> 00:34:38,277 and the certainty that this was a tragic accident. 793 00:34:38,377 --> 00:34:42,514 If we don't, we have to redouble our efforts, 794 00:34:42,614 --> 00:34:45,484 knowing someone else was involved in Derek's death 795 00:34:45,584 --> 00:34:47,419 and has that watch 796 00:34:47,519 --> 00:34:49,121 in his possession. 797 00:34:49,221 --> 00:34:50,422 You mean Rob? 798 00:34:50,522 --> 00:34:51,823 Well, he certainly is a person of interest. 799 00:34:51,923 --> 00:34:53,125 That's all I can say. 800 00:34:53,225 --> 00:34:54,126 Uh, I see. 801 00:34:54,226 --> 00:34:55,194 I wanted to give you a heads-up 802 00:34:55,294 --> 00:34:57,696 so you can prepare to comfort Nora. 803 00:34:57,796 --> 00:34:59,865 Speak soon. 804 00:35:01,367 --> 00:35:03,235 We're not going to dredge that pond again. 805 00:35:03,335 --> 00:35:05,637 Of course not. 806 00:35:16,882 --> 00:35:19,318 They're clearly non-members, lurking there 807 00:35:19,418 --> 00:35:21,520 behind the bushes on the 12th hole near the pond. 808 00:35:21,620 --> 00:35:23,289 I swear one of them had a camera. 809 00:35:23,389 --> 00:35:24,523 I'm sorry. 810 00:35:24,623 --> 00:35:26,758 All I can say is they have permission to be there. 811 00:35:29,295 --> 00:35:31,297 Ashton is heading toward his car. 812 00:35:31,397 --> 00:35:32,631 Shoot. 813 00:35:32,731 --> 00:35:34,366 He must have figured out the police 814 00:35:34,466 --> 00:35:36,568 are watching the pond. 815 00:35:36,668 --> 00:35:38,337 What's he doing? 816 00:35:40,172 --> 00:35:42,174 That was the watch. He put it in his pocket. 817 00:35:42,274 --> 00:35:44,676 Well, we know where he's going. 818 00:35:44,776 --> 00:35:47,946 So? We still can't get the watch out of his pocket. 819 00:35:49,315 --> 00:35:51,217 I have an idea. 820 00:35:51,317 --> 00:35:52,818 But we have to get there first. 821 00:35:52,918 --> 00:35:54,019 Let me drive. 822 00:35:58,123 --> 00:35:59,658 Oh, hello. 823 00:35:59,758 --> 00:36:02,127 Uh, what are you doing here? 824 00:36:02,228 --> 00:36:04,029 I'm rehearsing for my housewarming party. 825 00:36:04,129 --> 00:36:05,331 What are you doing here? 826 00:36:05,431 --> 00:36:07,466 Or better yet, how did you get in here? 827 00:36:07,566 --> 00:36:09,401 Rob gave us the code, so we could practice, 828 00:36:09,501 --> 00:36:11,370 uh, for Nora's wedding. 829 00:36:11,470 --> 00:36:13,372 And I came by to warn him 830 00:36:13,472 --> 00:36:14,906 off Nora. Oh. 831 00:36:15,006 --> 00:36:16,242 Father to choreographer. 832 00:36:16,342 --> 00:36:17,476 I didn't think he'd let me in, 833 00:36:17,576 --> 00:36:18,577 because I'm so mad at him. 834 00:36:18,677 --> 00:36:20,145 Which I'm not, really. 835 00:36:20,246 --> 00:36:21,713 So I used the code. 836 00:36:23,114 --> 00:36:24,316 I'm going to go now. 837 00:36:24,416 --> 00:36:25,517 Oh, please don't go. 838 00:36:25,617 --> 00:36:26,885 I'm still working on my routine, 839 00:36:26,985 --> 00:36:28,520 but I can't do it alone. 840 00:36:28,620 --> 00:36:30,256 Sorry. Oh, please? 841 00:36:30,356 --> 00:36:32,891 You are such a terrific dancer. 842 00:36:32,991 --> 00:36:35,294 I saw you dancing on that video 843 00:36:35,394 --> 00:36:37,363 with Nora and Poppy at the wedding. 844 00:36:37,463 --> 00:36:39,265 I try to move with a certain panache. 845 00:36:39,365 --> 00:36:40,732 And you were probably 846 00:36:40,832 --> 00:36:44,202 a really wonderful cheerleader, too. 847 00:36:44,303 --> 00:36:45,904 Mm. Wow. 848 00:36:46,004 --> 00:36:48,307 That must've felt so free. 849 00:36:48,407 --> 00:36:51,076 Flinging your body around like that. 850 00:36:51,176 --> 00:36:53,912 I bet you haven't had a chance to do that 851 00:36:54,012 --> 00:36:55,914 in a very long time. 852 00:36:56,014 --> 00:36:59,618 You are oddly persistent, Ms. Tascioni. 853 00:36:59,718 --> 00:37:02,220 And persistently odd. 854 00:37:02,321 --> 00:37:04,856 I know, so... 855 00:37:06,658 --> 00:37:08,260 ...dance with me. 856 00:37:08,360 --> 00:37:10,929 Loosen up just this once. 857 00:37:11,029 --> 00:37:13,164 And I'll leave you alone forever. 858 00:37:14,833 --> 00:37:17,769 Yes! Hey, we're gonna do the Charleston, ready? 859 00:37:17,869 --> 00:37:19,204 And twinkle toes. 860 00:37:19,305 --> 00:37:20,972 Rainbows and twinkle toes. 861 00:37:21,072 --> 00:37:22,974 And rainbows and twinkle toes. 862 00:37:23,074 --> 00:37:25,577 Rainbows. No, you need to loosen up. 863 00:37:27,212 --> 00:37:28,647 Chicken! 864 00:37:32,651 --> 00:37:34,119 Ooh! 865 00:37:34,219 --> 00:37:36,154 I like that. Gwen Verdon. 866 00:37:36,254 --> 00:37:38,924 Oh, no, this is Gwen Verdon. 867 00:37:51,437 --> 00:37:52,938 How about that, huh? How do you like that, right? 868 00:37:53,038 --> 00:37:54,306 How about that there, right? Yeah, that's good, 869 00:37:54,406 --> 00:37:56,342 but I'm gonna do a cartwheel. 870 00:37:59,645 --> 00:38:02,013 Ms. Tascioni, I'm sorry, that is not a cartwheel. 871 00:38:02,113 --> 00:38:03,915 Oh? I will show you a cartwheel. 872 00:38:07,386 --> 00:38:09,755 Ah, yes! 873 00:38:17,429 --> 00:38:19,998 Never trust a dancing man. 874 00:38:20,098 --> 00:38:21,800 We did it! 875 00:38:21,900 --> 00:38:24,370 Take a bow, Mr. Hayes. Better yet, put your hands 876 00:38:24,470 --> 00:38:26,705 behind your back. You're under arrest. 877 00:38:26,805 --> 00:38:28,640 It is a nice watch. 878 00:38:28,740 --> 00:38:30,976 Maybe Nora will find somebody else to give it to. 879 00:38:31,076 --> 00:38:33,111 I hope she does. 880 00:38:35,581 --> 00:38:38,484 But she'll never have a more beautiful wedding. 881 00:38:47,192 --> 00:38:48,694 Ooh! 882 00:38:50,362 --> 00:38:53,699 My favorite person. 883 00:38:53,799 --> 00:38:55,701 Come meet all my other favorite people. 884 00:38:55,801 --> 00:38:57,903 Oh, wow, this place is so great. 885 00:38:58,003 --> 00:38:59,671 Oh, thank you. 886 00:38:59,771 --> 00:39:01,573 Oh, I still don't have a place to hang these yet. 887 00:39:01,673 --> 00:39:03,341 Well, hold on, I know you said 888 00:39:03,442 --> 00:39:06,344 the B for BYOB was flexible. 889 00:39:06,445 --> 00:39:08,079 Mm. 890 00:39:08,179 --> 00:39:10,716 B for... 891 00:39:10,816 --> 00:39:13,251 Oh, B, bee hooks. 892 00:39:13,351 --> 00:39:14,820 For your tote bags. 893 00:39:14,920 --> 00:39:16,388 Oh, I love them so much. 894 00:39:16,488 --> 00:39:18,056 Thank you. Um, okay. 895 00:39:18,156 --> 00:39:20,659 You mingle and I'll be right back. Okay. 896 00:39:20,759 --> 00:39:22,561 Hey. 897 00:39:22,661 --> 00:39:24,696 Hmm. 898 00:39:24,796 --> 00:39:27,232 Hey! Officer Blanke, hey! 899 00:39:27,332 --> 00:39:29,267 B for bop. All right. 900 00:39:29,367 --> 00:39:31,537 B for babka. 901 00:39:31,637 --> 00:39:33,872 It's from work, they gave me a discount. 902 00:39:33,972 --> 00:39:35,907 We actually met on my bus. 903 00:39:36,007 --> 00:39:37,609 I'm a rapping tour guide and Elsbeth 904 00:39:37,709 --> 00:39:39,244 is, like, my biggest fan. 905 00:39:39,344 --> 00:39:41,379 That's so nice. So what do you do? 906 00:39:41,480 --> 00:39:43,281 Well, I was a paid intern, 907 00:39:43,381 --> 00:39:45,984 but it's actually a crazy story... 908 00:39:46,084 --> 00:39:47,719 Captain Wagner, oh, 909 00:39:47,819 --> 00:39:49,788 I am so glad you came. Yeah. 910 00:39:49,888 --> 00:39:52,491 No Claudia? Unfortunately, she had a board meeting. 911 00:39:52,591 --> 00:39:54,560 But she insisted I come 912 00:39:54,660 --> 00:39:57,596 and give you this on her behalf. 913 00:39:57,696 --> 00:39:59,565 She said you have to keep it cool. 914 00:39:59,665 --> 00:40:01,433 B for... 915 00:40:01,533 --> 00:40:03,569 Beluga caviar. 916 00:40:03,669 --> 00:40:05,904 She is all class. 917 00:40:06,004 --> 00:40:07,172 Well, she's missing out. 918 00:40:07,272 --> 00:40:08,674 We have a caricaturist. 919 00:40:08,774 --> 00:40:10,241 Where's the B for booze? 920 00:40:10,341 --> 00:40:11,777 Straight back to the kitchen. 921 00:40:20,586 --> 00:40:22,320 You've made a lot of friends. 922 00:40:22,420 --> 00:40:25,891 Yeah, you know, when I was putting together my invitations, 923 00:40:25,991 --> 00:40:27,559 I realized a lot of the people 924 00:40:27,659 --> 00:40:29,795 I became friends with turned out to be murderers. 925 00:40:29,895 --> 00:40:32,097 Guess you never know. Yeah. 926 00:40:32,197 --> 00:40:34,265 This place is great. 927 00:40:34,365 --> 00:40:37,803 It's good bones. It's gonna be even greater with your help. 928 00:40:37,903 --> 00:40:40,405 Mm. Oh, and look at this. 929 00:40:42,574 --> 00:40:46,111 I thought you wanted to be a New Yorker with a view? 930 00:40:46,211 --> 00:40:48,880 This is a view... of New Yorkers. 931 00:40:48,980 --> 00:40:51,016 Aren't they fascinating? 932 00:41:07,232 --> 00:41:09,467 Don't answer that. 933 00:41:09,568 --> 00:41:12,137 I know it's Celetano on the line. 934 00:41:15,641 --> 00:41:17,809 I always prided myself 935 00:41:17,909 --> 00:41:21,112 on having a good gauge of people I could trust. 936 00:41:21,212 --> 00:41:23,849 And now... 937 00:41:23,949 --> 00:41:25,784 I'm not so sure. 938 00:41:25,884 --> 00:41:27,118 Well, it can be hard. 939 00:41:27,218 --> 00:41:28,520 I try to remember 940 00:41:28,620 --> 00:41:30,789 to listen to my gut. 941 00:41:30,889 --> 00:41:32,658 And my heart. 942 00:41:32,758 --> 00:41:36,695 I'm gonna be honest with you. 943 00:41:36,795 --> 00:41:39,831 I think Lieutenant Noonan 944 00:41:39,931 --> 00:41:42,467 is doing things behind my back... 945 00:41:42,568 --> 00:41:44,335 in my name. 946 00:41:44,435 --> 00:41:46,171 Well, I'll be honest with you. 947 00:41:46,271 --> 00:41:47,939 That is not good for you. 948 00:41:48,039 --> 00:41:50,008 25 years, 949 00:41:50,108 --> 00:41:52,143 and I thought he was on my side. 950 00:41:53,511 --> 00:41:56,582 Now, tell me, since we're being honest, 951 00:41:56,682 --> 00:42:00,719 whose side are you on, Elsbeth Tascioni? 952 00:42:00,819 --> 00:42:02,187 Captioning sponsored by CBS 953 00:42:02,287 --> 00:42:03,855 and TOYOTA. 954 00:42:09,561 --> 00:42:10,762 Captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH access.wgbh.org 65908

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