Aired 9 years ago - Mar 08, 2011
After weeks of working the Vincent Adler case with little to show for it, the team finally gets a break when Sara uncovers what Adler has been hunting. Meanwhile, Neal gets closer to finding out the truth about Kate's death.
Germany sent out a number of U-boats
towards the end of the war.
Plutonium would be an educated guess.
They had the bomb years before we did.
Oh, the SOS signal on the U-boat
was designed to go into a passive mode...
Can't do that.
Ooh. Larceny, possession, robbery.
correct second-hand movement.
- Glad you're awake.
- Why are we here?
Because one of the crewmen survived.
Getting the hatch open is a two-man job.
You gonna help me?
I'm not looming.
Neal told me to meet him here.
- Did you say you were meeting Neal here?
- A typewriter?
- Yeah, but I don't see any explosives.
All right, the Enigma uses a series
of pins and rotors to encode words.
Yeah. Me too.
I should have known you'd be lurking.
Here, watch for tripwires.
Hey, hey, hey.
I don't know why, but I do like you.
Diana, what do you have?
I should let you two catch up.
He said the Nazis collected
the most beautiful things in the world.
I'll tell you all about it.
- And he said the reinforced foam...
- Now he's got Neal.
- Ha, ha.
I come home to this every night.
- Well, that's kind of your specialty, Neal.
- I could teach a master class. Yeah.
Adler is not getting away, Neal.
I won't let him.
One of the many qualities I admire
Then, as now,
he threatened to ruin everything.
- You okay, Neal?
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 01, 2011
Peter and Neal must assume each others' identities to uncover a collusion scheme that is causing blackouts in New York.
- What did you find?
- Figured out where those crates we found...
after you've already said goodbye.
of really bad life choices,
which landed me in prison.
You should talk
to the Commodities Trading Commission.
There's nothing in here.
Why is Gerhardt Vogner's file empty?
I mean, you'd be better off sending in
any number of competent criminal CI's.
He made me do it since I told
the whistleblower I was Peter Burke.
All right. Tales of the FBI's
What kind of top-secret information
could Vogner have...
Mozzie, the U.S. government is not
conducting mind-control experiments.
All right, say goodbye to Peter Burke.
- Who told you that?
- I think Bill Roscoe.
So I'd skip the display
and hit your private collection.
Now, these guys are incredibly careful.
After we left my apartment last night,
Sara and I were followed.
Look, do you want my help or not?
The rest is national security.
We don't have all day.
Retrieving it is without
jingling the bells.
You've learned all I have to teach you.
Like a German Dave Chappelle.
No. No way. It's too risky.
Saturday, Stanzler's trying to bring in
this man to sweeten the pot.
And as a precaution,
I'll be accompanying Elizabeth.
I mean, this thing, it's gotten
way beyond what I ever imagined.
about to sweep through this sector.
All right, I see him.
He's on the far side of the room.
Being Neal Caffrey has its charms.
Aired 9 years ago - Feb 22, 2011
Neal is forced to make a dangerous deal with Matthew Keller's former adversary in order to save his partner and friend.
to an ongoing relationship
between you, me, and the bureau.
- He's winning the chess game?
From Lang's gun.
Then it became, "Love you, honey."
Keep your chin down.
Goddamn it, Keller. This is isn't a game.
- I'm not worried.
- Hmm, you should be.
Maybe then I can help you with yours.
This is 24/7 until we find him.
All right, let's do it.
This isn't a one-man con, Neal.
This is the U.S. government.
We're going to post a team at your home
in case he makes contact.
You were the second man.
I imagine we're smashing something.
But the name "Uncle Mozzie"
does have a certain je ne sais quoi.
I guess I was still holding out.
And they're gonna let Keller escape
during the transfer.
Um, I'm selling magazines.
I'm sure it was nothing.
or my friends would be sending me
a very different message right now.
Do you mind?
- Let me get this straight.
"No tram seeps"?
Let's do this. Don't move.
Come on. This wasn't the deal.
He's a hell of a chess player.
- You are going down for this.
Had we interceded in any way,
he thought they would've killed Peter.
Where are you?
- Reese, put Neal on the phone.
We need to short the backup
before cutting the electricity.
Aired 9 years ago - Feb 08, 2011
When an old friend of June's late husband shows up at Neal's doorstep, Neal suspects he's looking for more than a trip down memory lane.
Aired 9 years ago - Feb 01, 2011
When the son of an American diplomat is detained in Burma for a crime he didn't commit, Peter and Neal delve into the exotic but dangerous world of jewelry smuggling to prove his innocence.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 25, 2011
With the mastermind behind Kate's death uncovered, Peter and Neal explore their pasts to gain answers.
- On the right.
- She's back in the middle.
Lookie, lookie, diddle, diddle.
Queen is in the middle.
Running street cons since he was a kid.
Who's the mark?
What was my nickname?
or is that our new coffee table?
- Oh, I'm sorry.
Don't forget, I knew a fair amount
about you before it was over.
into an account
in the Caymans every six months.
Who has a better chance of charming Adler
at the charity dinner on Friday?
This guy is a forger. He's good.
He's not a nanny goat in a petting zoo.
He's a fed.
The one year it was corked in the
- Where do you think they're going?
her new investment branch.
She's buying out Singer.
He had a lot of holdings
and a lot of enemies.
So Kate was going to Chicago
with another guy...
Well, every object has a story to tell.
I find those stories fascinating.
- I know I don't meet the buy-in, but...
- Nick, come on. We've talked about this.
It's your job to not get caught.
- Something Adler doesn't have.
- He has everything.
You know, I'm sensing your heart
isn't totally into this.
I can't accept this. It's a $10,000 suit.
Nelson, would you excuse us
for a moment? Ahem.
I think that you should blow off
I'm still here.
It erupts like an earthquake
and then subsides.
The neighbors could see you.
- Holy cow. You believe it?
- When we return, we'll...
- People talk.
- Nobody gets why I'm holding on to this.
Stop! Someone stop that guy!
I'm a little sick of being scalped
every time we pull one of these.
- You wanna go to France now?
You just tried to con me.
She learned something from me.
- We think they split up.
- We know where she is.
You have to understand.
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 18, 2011
When Peter is suspended by the FBI for a crime he didn't commit, he is forced to run a sting with Neal and the gang to catch Mozzie's shooter, and clear his name.
It's not for me. It's for Mozzie.
Bullet missed your heart
by two millimeters.
- How's your end?
- Mozzie's awake.
Well, Larssen shot Mozzie on orders. He's
offering me the man who gave the order.
- Where is he now?
- Tracked him to an apartment in Queens.
I was shot for that code.
I don't know what you're talking about.
- This is absurd.
- Agent Burke, you're hereby on leave...
Oh, Mozzie's care package,
per his specific request.
He'd need a clean print,
preferably off a hard surface.
Can't get a clear shot of his face.
He plays the camera angles with the hat.
I have never appreciated
your distrust of me more.
- Yeah, and I can't flash my badge anymore.
- You don't need one.
God. And you're working guard duty.
- Come on.
- Come on. Come on.
- This is the yacht?
- It is.
I grew up in Upstate. Lots of horses.
You pick up a thing or two.
do a wire tap and surveillance
on Larssen and Bilal...
- Oh, I'm fine.
- You're gonna need it.
You don't have to go anywhere near this.
Our FBI access has been cut off.
Let me start by saying we have limited
resources and no other backup.
Diana, you're gonna flash your badge and
scare him into making a call to Larssen.
A lady who colors outside the lines.
- Only the words on the board.
- All right.
Or should I say Julian Larssen?
Now get off the phone and go.
- What's so valuable about this stuff?
- I don't know. I never look in the crates.
- What's that on his hands?
- Jones, check his hands.
Go get him, boss.
We made a good team.
Any idea why Larssen was so intent
on shipping Nazi dinnerware?
Aired 10 years ago - Sep 07, 2010
When Peter and Neal find a vital clue in the mystery of who killed Kate, Neal orchestrates an elaborate con to bring himself face to face with her murderer.
How did Mozzie do?
- Better than I expected.
We could make it look like
the claim came through.
I really appreciate this.
Sorry to interrupt your project,
but I will be leaving town for a few days.
Live the life of the file.
Hear the pulse of the file.
- Yeah. Does that sound interesting?
- No, actually, boring.
What do you know about
stolen Spanish silver?
We can predict who's gonna be hit next.
He works at an antique store
in the west 30's.
- Ah! Any hits on that alias?
- Yeah, and it's a big one.
Girlfriend? That must kill you.
I thought we were all surveiling tonight.
- You're trying to lure Fowler out.
- Someone is.
Fowler bought explosives
that blew up Kate's plane.
- You think he'll try something?
- Neal wants Fowler more than I do.
I'm investigating that man
you just let in without one.
See, I've been a bad, bad
Bad, bad man
Oh, does that make
you love me, baby?
- I didn't kill her.
- Who did?
A few days later,
I get a package in the mail.
- So it was her idea to blow up the plane?
- Yeah, you two bail out over the water.
I have been trying forever
to get to the guy pulling the strings.
- He must've figured something out.
Aired 10 years ago - Aug 31, 2010
Neal and Peter must go undercover into the world of corporate espionage after a tech company's head researcher is murdered.
The first thing I'll need to send to them
are expense reports from your senior staff.
You will meet me with all the pertinent
files at a time and place of my choosing.
- Do you have a preferred blend?
- Just plain old coffee.
All I have to do
is get around the service firewalls.
Through the service entrance.
Sweep the place?
Kent and his upper management can access
any e-mail account that they want.
I made sure every box
we packaged met that standard.
- And that card foots the bill.
- It blows your budget for the month.
- Hat. How's the Marketing department?
- Oh, a nice blend of smarmy and suspicious.
He was head of R&D, right?
He was working on the quantum processor.
Really? You don't like surprises?
you could probably report me too.
This could've been my life.
Staying in character
in case I'm one of Kent's minions?
She's been sending out
a lot more mail since Hayes died.
I have a process.
I didn't even get to write my sonnet yet.
from the bureaucratic oppression
in my midst.
into his travel arrangements.
I will. There's no historical record
of what song it's playing.
Why did you break
into Hayes' e-mail account?
that they can attach to the head
of Kent's shredder.
Faber est suae quisque fortunae.
- Yes, you did.
- Ha, ha.
- Look, I'm a self-made guy.
- So am I.
I did, I told him I would put it
on the desk for next Tuesday.
it drops the heart rate,
spikes the blood pressure.
Neal, I think I know
why Hayes was killed.
Kent is in the clear, Hayes stays silent.
Revenge is the wrong way.
It's short sighted and it's dangerous.
We meet as planned
and then we go to the safe house.
When I confronted Miss Breslin about it,
she asked me not to say anything.
- Hey, I need to get to the top floor.
- Nobody gets to the top floor.
The imported beans,
the giant office and swanky suite.
Aired 10 years ago - Aug 24, 2010
An FBI Agent is accused of selling witness locations during criminal trials, and the U.S. Marshals ask Peter and Neal for help.
As I heard it, you had the Marshals searching
for you along the Mexican Riviera.
Well, you're looped in.
Let me know what you find.
They've got a two-hour head start.
We can't let them get Franklin before we do.
- They broke it off when he got transferred.
- She has three known aliases.
- I have an '86 GTB...
by your cell phone holster. But, Dan...
My CI is more than just my entrée
into the criminal world.
Dan, Rebecca will take it from here.
And she parks the car here.
But, "the reason for time is so that
everything doesn't happen at once."
A few days after I start asking questions,
OPR gets wind of me and Rebecca.
We followed the GPS data
on her test drive.
That may be where Deckard went.
Is this a Cl-off?
The same Peter Burke
who would never run.
while they work out a way to prove
Deckard is behind this.
This way, gentlemen.
One of many.
Well, in that case, mi
casa es suit casa.
Mozzie, how would you like to participate
in a government-sanctioned con?
Where's your daddy?
Yes, one of these keys
goes to your anklet.
It's the idea of separating two suspects and
getting them to turn on each other, right?
Thanks for coming in. I'm afraid
I have some bad news about your car.
- We should follow him.
- We do both.
In about two minutes,
we're gonna clear his name.
Diana should be with Stan Volker.
- What's going on?
- Just follow my lead.
Unless you start talking.
Aired 10 years ago - Aug 17, 2010
The arrest of a jewel thief leads Peter and Neal toward a much more heinous extortion case against adoptive parents.
I went to her apartment.
You should've said something.
through an international
adoption lawyer, Luke Donovan.
Did Donovan give you any proof
that the birth mother had come forward?
And if I go to prison,
I may never see him again.
- Let her up.
- You sure that's a good idea?
This should be fun.
Package from the FAA.
Kate died on a plane.
- So I guess we're done.
- This conversation about Sara's not over.
I didn't think it would be.
Oh, excuse me, sorry about that, sir.
I'm sorry, Mr. Halden, but it appears
your account has insufficient funds.
I may have an angle
on how we can take down Donovan.
So I'm guessing you haven't listened
to the fruits of my labor yet.
You do that.
Gilbert, I haven't talked to him in ages.
Price isn't an issue.
There's a kid at stake,
I can't take chances.
You are convinced
I don't have an honest bone.
- Will you please...?
- What's going on?
It has something to do
with Kate Moreau.
Let's see them.
- Donovan's desperate.
- Talked to him?
The client's happy, so I'm happy,
which makes you happy for me.
that will best serve
all parties involved.
Donovan shows up early, collects
his 200 grand and splits the country.
What kind of deal did you have in mind?
Mrs. Mayburn and I plan on playing
that little confession for your clients.
No, I'm serious. I think he'd look handsome
with one of those floppy chef hats.
Aired 10 years ago - Aug 10, 2010
In order to save the life of an insurance investigator named Sara Ellis, Neal and Peter have to find out why a real-estate mogul put a price on her head.
Aired 10 years ago - Aug 03, 2010
Mozzie fears that the object of his affection has been kidnapped, and turns to Neal and Peter for help.
- That's your proof?
- You sound like the suit.
It's about a girl who gets in too deep
and ends up being kidnapped.
Any way you can run it now?
I don't just go around looking up people.
I'm not some kind of a stalker.
he was bonding with over mystery novels,
I think that's her.
He's folically and vertically challenged
Thirty-four years old, U.S. citizen.
I need someone to find out where
Caffrey is right now.
Got a report someone broke in here.
Where, on half a hunch,
you walked in on Navarro.
No traffic or security cams.
Oh, do they know what birds do
on that statue?
That's what the call was.
She told Tommy to meet her.
Unchecked message must have
come in after he ditched it.
Airport security is tight.
Hey, you're sidelining me now?
would stick around for a girl?
Mozz, I got your back, man.
Cameras and mikes on exterior.
Tactical is on the move.
This could blow up
Navarro's entire enterprise.
- The rest in your safe in the hotel?
Access to the subways.
If this goes wrong,
and these things go wrong a lot...
I'm confounded by what
Gina sees in you.
Look up. There's a sniper.
There's another one.
"Page 73, paragraph two, line five."
From the FBI field manual?
First things first.
A neutral location.
You decide to make him pay
for stepping out, same thing happens.
We just follow Navarro's guy
back to Mozzie.
Oh, that's reassuring.
Looks like your plans just changed.
Aired 10 years ago - Jul 27, 2010
A talented criminal has copycatted a Neal Caffrey crime, and evidence points to a suspect on a college campus. Meanwhile, Alex returns with some bad news and Diana discovers the music box is hiding something.
Gotta go back to the office.
We'll talk later.
Yes, in late April.
We had a pop art show.
- Clearly something wrong with the system.
- Too bad you faked it.
I'm reconsidering my position on college.
What do you know about Lewis Thayer's
Untitled Number Two?
Who hired you?
I didn't meet them.
- She needs your help.
Give me some time.
I'll figure something out.
- Did she send the e-mail?
- Can't be sure.
"A new breed of forger,
Okay, read it to yourself. Quiet now.
I believe we have a celebrity in our midst.
We'll stick to the hypotheticals. Anything
covered by the statute of limitations.
- So the FBI had nothing to do with it?
- Oh, they'd like to take credit for it.
- I'll think about that.
- I think you might find it interesting.
Matisse? That's a serious payday.
And never, never think
you're the smartest guy in the room.
Ha, ha, ha. I guess the lesson
here is "Never con a con man."
Thank you for backing me up in there.
- You're crazy.
- It'll work.
- Which way are they leaning?
- Everything from diamond heists...
If jewels are the target...
- Former girlfriend?
- Something like that.
- Just like that?
- Just like that.
How about that?
- lf you jeopardize this case...
- I didn't, Peter.
Thanks to you two, I got a pound
of shrapnel in my ass from today's misfire.
of the Don Corleone persuasion.
Tell him you'll cut off his hands
if he doesn't pay up.
And I think you know that.
I wanna see my lawyer.
Come on, get moving.
The full weight of the FBI
was bearing down on you.
I have something to show you.
Leaving so soon?
Aired 10 years ago - Jul 20, 2010
Neal goes undercover as a political "fixer" in order to bring down a corrupt politician. Meanwhile, he also begins to suspect that Peter is investigating the plane explosion behind his back.
Aired 10 years ago - Jul 13, 2010
An elusive master thief has targeted a handful of New York's most prestigious banks, and it's up to Peter and Neal to thwart his next heist.
Tell them that we're shoring up their
security and that the Bureau is on it.
We agreed on a protocol.
- Is this your first case back?
Forensics doesn't either.
Ivan Aivazovsky. Look at his signature.
Well, in that case, Whitney,
get my golf permit, will you?
Is there something specific
I can help you with, Agent Burke?
providing you can get a warrant based
on some bizarre connection you've made...
Don't tell me it's not a possibility.
We are under a ton of scrutiny here.
- You know the sand's actually pink?
- What do you think he was gonna say?
- I don't know.
- Here it is.
There you go.
I should really go.
If someone found this on the street
and brought it to you, you wouldn't blink.
Vault stairwell, clear.
- Odd seeing you here, Walker.
- Why is that?
The same way I know
you can get Walker.
they'd see us. Go another way.
- There's no other way.
- More clocks?
- They're setting alarms off all over the city.
Four of them, armed,
in the vault with Renee.
- I'm doing a phone thing. Come on.
Oh, I heard what happened at the bank.
I thought I could save you some trouble.
- Wow, that is one arrogant bastard.
While they were chasing ghosts
around the city, we were right.
No, we did a background check
on all the boxes in this vault.
Walker leaves your cut.
Wow. Okay, maybe it is time
for this partnership to end.
- And why is that?
- Your inside woman. Renee talked.