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  • ( bright tone )

  • I'm really contemplating telling Elaine about Jeremy.

  • Oh, my God, not this again, dude.

  • We have a no-alcohol office policy.

  • - He should respect that. - Yeah, yeah, I know,

  • but you found a bottle of wine under his desk

  • at a Christmas party.

  • Okay, I just think in our line of work,

  • it's pretty inappropriate.

  • Mm-hmm.

  • Okay, so,

  • let's say HR receives an anonymous tip

  • about some vodka in Jeremy's top drawer.

  • Go on.

  • Then, hypothetically,

  • they'd do a routine search of his desk

  • and find a stash.

  • A stash that you planted.

  • Yeah, or he could be holding.

  • I mean, you don't truly know

  • anybody that you work with.

  • I mean, look at you.

  • I know those aren't prescription lenses.

  • Okay, well, I know what this is actually about.

  • You just want a sweet corner office.

  • Okay, his office is just so much closer to the bathroom.

  • - There it is. - Yeah, and it would make

  • field work a lot easier

  • if I didn't have to go back

  • to that fucking cubicle.

  • Since when did you not like being in the field?

  • I thought you liked traveling with me.

  • ( laughs )

  • ( foreboding music )

  • - Oh, God. - He's weak.

  • Shit, I thought he wasn't supposed to teleport.

  • He's not.

  • Glasses: Bet he needs more Factor.

  • Do we have enough?

  • Yeah, back in the van.

  • - Okay. - All right.

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  • One, two, three, fold out.

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  • Okay. All right, all right.

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  • Beanie: Okay.

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  • Beanie: Yep.

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  • Beanie: All right.

  • Let's go.

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  • ( dark synth music )

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  • ( Jenna gasps )

  • Are you okay?

  • Jenna!

  • I think so.

  • You?

  • Yeah.

  • He--he just--

  • Yeah.

  • He was in your room, Henry,

  • when I came home.

  • I saw him, too.

  • ( somber music )

  • Where? At--at the hospital?

  • No.

  • When I was a kid.

  • It was at Dippy's house,

  • but, like, before it was Dippy's house,

  • when it was my house,

  • and my dad was there.

  • W-when you were a kid?

  • I don't--I don't understand.

  • They were fighting,

  • and my dad

  • was trying to protect me,

  • and he didn't leave.

  • He didn't leave me. He didn't leave my mom.

  • That guy took him.

  • He was the one who took him.

  • And now he's after you.

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  • Yeah.

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  • ( cell phone vibrates )

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  • Hey, it's--it's my dad.

  • He's at the hospital. What do I do?

  • What if they saw you disappear?

  • Jenna, I don't know. Don't answer.

  • No, I really think-- - Jenna--

  • I really think that I should answer it.

  • Ow! Jenna,

  • look at this shit.

  • How are we supposed to explain this?

  • We just--

  • We're gonna--

  • We will figure it out, okay?

  • We're gonna start cleaning, and we'll figure it out.

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  • Okay?

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  • Okay.

  • Cleo, you shouldn't go in there.

  • - Get away from me. - Listen, you cannot be here.

  • I'm serious right now.

  • - The hell I can't. - Listen to--

  • - Hey. Lucas: Cleo.

  • Cleo!

  • - I tried to stop her. - Did you know?

  • Did you know what your son did to my daughter?

  • Look, this isn't--

  • Let's discuss this later.

  • Jesus, Bill.

  • No, not about that!

  • Look--

  • not until last night, but I spoke with Clay,

  • and I think there's been a misunderstanding.

  • A misunderstanding?

  • Your son assaulted my daughter.

  • Now, we don't know anything to be sure.

  • Excuse me?

  • What did you say to her?

  • Why is she scared of you?

  • Scared of me? What's--

  • Honestly, I have no idea.

  • I have done everything in my power to protect her.

  • I would never hurt her.

  • Protect her from what?

  • Look, Cleo, Henrietta--

  • It's Henry, not Henrietta.

  • I'm sure that-- that helps you think of her

  • as some delicate little girl,

  • but it is Henry, okay?

  • Okay.

  • All right, fine. Henry.

  • But look, I'm the one

  • who's trying to make this right, even now.

  • Tell me you didn't hire me to shut her up.

  • To keep your kid out of jail.

  • No, of course not. I told you--

  • You think because you've got money and police friends,

  • you can buy your way out of hurting my daughter?

  • Cleo: No way. No fucking way.

  • I'm not scared of you and your stupid auto center,

  • folksy businessman of America bullshit.

  • All right, Mrs. Coles, it's time for you to leave.

  • Get your hands off me!

  • This isn't your problem, Dale.

  • We both know that's not true.

  • Don't make this worse.

  • What are you even doing here?

  • ( tense music )

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  • What's going on?

  • Listen, Cleo, I'll come by the house later

  • and explain everything.

  • Bill: Lucas, escort Cleo out of the building.

  • Come on, just-- Cleo, come on, come on.

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  • What is going on?

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  • Bill!

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  • You look good, Lucas.

  • Jeremiah: Glad to see it.

  • I don't believe we've had the pleasure, ma'am.

  • She's a new employee at the auto center.

  • Bill: Don't worry.

  • You can trust her.

  • I think it's time for me to go.

  • I don't think that's wise just now.

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  • Don't you agree, Bill?

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  • You're gonna have to stay with us for a while now.

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  • All right, come on.

  • Lucas: Just get back here.

  • Let's get down to business, shall we?

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  • Deputy Hulce.

  • Aren't you a little close?

  • Hiding in plain sight. Get in.

  • ( indistinct radio chatter )

  • As a reminder, you're here as a friend of the DEA

  • and not in any official capacity an officer of the law.

  • Understood.

  • Your sidearm.

  • You're kidding.

  • DEA protocol.

  • Nora: There's a headset for you.

  • Coffee's a little cold, but it still works.

  • I'm good.

  • Get comfortable. There's always a fair amount of dick-measuring

  • before these assholes get down to it.

  • Maybe you could help us with an ID.

  • Nora: Tall blonde in the back? She's not in our files.

  • Just started seeing her around Boone Motors recently.

  • That's Cleo Coles.

  • She's a sales rep at the dealership.

  • Total bystander.

  • Nora: So she works with Bill?

  • On the dealership side.

  • She's not part of the drug business.

  • Nora: Got a positive ID on Barbie.

  • New employee. All teams stand by.

  • Can we get her out of there?

  • Jeremiah Miller just arrived.

  • We're not doing anything until we see cash and drugs.

  • ( somber music )

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  • ( slides drawer open, closed )

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  • Cleo: Hi, sweetheart.

  • It's me.

  • Um,

  • I'm sitting with you now at the hospital and--

  • I don't know, I just--

  • I wanted to hear your voice.

  • That's all.

  • I'm gonna keep calling you.

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  • Cleo: Hi, sweetheart.

  • It's me.

  • Um,

  • I'm sitting with you now at the hospital and--

  • I don't know., I just--

  • I wanted to hear your voice.

  • That's all.

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  • Beanie: All right. Nikolai: Oof!

  • Beanie: And here we go.

  • ( gasps )

  • You stitching me up with a machete back there?

  • Almost done, sir.

  • Um, she's not in her sunniest of moods,

  • but she'd like to talk to you.

  • Oh, hey. If there's a free moment,

  • could you mention how well we did intercepting you?

  • We could use the high marks for our promotion, so--

  • Give me the fucking phone.

  • - Yeah? Woman: You'd be dead

  • if my team hadn't tracked you down.

  • I'm aware.

  • Woman: What the hell happened?

  • I need to know if, uh, any of my previous targets

  • had a daughter named Henrietta Coles.

  • Woman: There's no evidence to support hereditary links.

  • ( somber music )

  • ( high-pitched whine )

  • ( speaking French )

  • ( gunshot )

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  • Woman: Besides, those files are classified.

  • Well, de-fucking-classify them, then.

  • Woman: Listen, I get it. You're tired.

  • We'll search the database, if that's what you want,

  • but I need you back in Reston right away.

  • All right.

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  • ( beep )

  • You gonna count it?

  • Money isn't necessary.

  • What are you talking about?

  • These are gifts, free of charge.

  • Is this some kind of a joke?

  • It may come as a surprise to you, Bill, but I--

  • I rarely joke.

  • What's going on here?