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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:06,136 --> 00:00:08,617 ARKADY: This is the person you want to talk to. 2 00:00:08,660 --> 00:00:10,227 FATIMA: Her name is Zasha Gagarin. 3 00:00:10,271 --> 00:00:11,794 Why would a Russian agent talk to us? 4 00:00:11,837 --> 00:00:12,925 CALLEN: Kapitan Gonchgarov, 5 00:00:12,969 --> 00:00:14,014 speak with me for the safety 6 00:00:14,057 --> 00:00:15,189 of your crew! 7 00:00:15,972 --> 00:00:17,060 SAM: You blew up the plane? 8 00:00:17,104 --> 00:00:19,193 For the record, they did. 9 00:00:22,022 --> 00:00:23,632 ["Weight of the World" by Willow Robinson playing] 10 00:00:23,675 --> 00:00:26,765 ♪ She's addicted to the IG 11 00:00:26,809 --> 00:00:30,030 [line ringing]♪ Like it was an IV 12 00:00:31,031 --> 00:00:32,684 ♪ It's all about the money 13 00:00:32,728 --> 00:00:34,425 AUTOMATED VOICE: We're sorry. You have reached a number 14 00:00:34,469 --> 00:00:36,514 that has been disconnected or is no longer in service. 15 00:00:36,558 --> 00:00:37,559 If you feel you have rea... 16 00:00:37,602 --> 00:00:39,648 [line ringing] 17 00:00:41,171 --> 00:00:43,739 ♪ She can barely 18 00:00:43,782 --> 00:00:45,219 We're sorry. You have reached a number 19 00:00:45,262 --> 00:00:46,307 that has been disconnec... 20 00:00:46,350 --> 00:00:48,178 [gulls calling] 21 00:00:48,222 --> 00:00:51,007 ♪ It's only rarely 22 00:00:52,139 --> 00:00:53,488 ♪ That I'm the only 23 00:00:53,531 --> 00:00:56,230 ♪ Through these eyes I see you 24 00:00:56,273 --> 00:00:58,449 ♪ And you're leaving me 25 00:00:58,493 --> 00:01:00,973 ♪ With the weight of the world 26 00:01:01,017 --> 00:01:04,455 ♪ Through these eyes I see you and you're ♪ 27 00:01:04,499 --> 00:01:05,978 ♪ Leaving me 28 00:01:06,022 --> 00:01:09,112 ♪ With the weight of the world 29 00:01:09,156 --> 00:01:11,158 ♪ 30 00:01:28,131 --> 00:01:31,352 ♪ With the weight of the world 31 00:01:31,395 --> 00:01:33,049 ♪ 32 00:01:42,319 --> 00:01:43,407 CALLEN: Out of the car! 33 00:01:43,451 --> 00:01:45,888 [engine revving, tires screech] 34 00:01:47,150 --> 00:01:48,630 [tires screech] 35 00:01:53,069 --> 00:01:55,115 ♪ 36 00:01:59,423 --> 00:02:00,381 Morning. 37 00:02:00,424 --> 00:02:01,382 Hey. 38 00:02:01,425 --> 00:02:02,383 Do we have a case? 39 00:02:02,426 --> 00:02:03,993 Not sure. This, uh, 40 00:02:04,036 --> 00:02:06,126 SUV was tailing me this morning. 41 00:02:06,169 --> 00:02:07,605 Any idea who it might be? 42 00:02:07,649 --> 00:02:08,824 Well, that's what I'm trying to find out. 43 00:02:08,867 --> 00:02:10,478 It's not the first time lately 44 00:02:10,521 --> 00:02:12,175 I thought someone was following me. 45 00:02:12,219 --> 00:02:13,785 Can you run this trace for me? 46 00:02:13,829 --> 00:02:15,135 I got something I got to take care of. 47 00:02:15,178 --> 00:02:16,440 Yeah. Yeah, of course. 48 00:02:16,484 --> 00:02:17,920 Thanks. Let me know if you find anything. 49 00:02:17,963 --> 00:02:18,964 Will do. 50 00:02:19,008 --> 00:02:20,705 Should I alert the team? 51 00:02:21,663 --> 00:02:23,404 Let's wait and see what you find. 52 00:02:23,447 --> 00:02:25,188 Maybe I'm getting paranoid. 53 00:02:28,409 --> 00:02:30,454 [soft chatter] 54 00:02:33,109 --> 00:02:34,241 CARLSON: Special Agent Callen. 55 00:02:35,677 --> 00:02:37,548 What brings you here today? 56 00:02:37,592 --> 00:02:38,897 Routine NCIS business. 57 00:02:38,941 --> 00:02:40,203 Nice seeing you again. 58 00:02:40,247 --> 00:02:41,813 You're here to meet with someone 59 00:02:41,857 --> 00:02:44,120 from the National Counterterrorism Center. 60 00:02:47,950 --> 00:02:49,647 And you know this...? 61 00:02:49,691 --> 00:02:51,171 Because I've been appointed by the ODNI 62 00:02:51,214 --> 00:02:53,216 to lead the task force on foreign infiltration. 63 00:02:53,260 --> 00:02:55,175 Wow. 64 00:02:55,218 --> 00:02:56,915 Isn't this my lucky day. 65 00:02:56,959 --> 00:02:59,179 So why do you want to see Oleg Barinov? 66 00:02:59,222 --> 00:03:01,964 Guess I'm just looking for answers like everyone else. 67 00:03:02,007 --> 00:03:04,488 Trying to figure out why his captain did what he did. 68 00:03:04,532 --> 00:03:05,837 Defect? 69 00:03:05,881 --> 00:03:08,188 There are easier ways to get here. 70 00:03:08,231 --> 00:03:09,754 That is true. 71 00:03:09,798 --> 00:03:11,321 This way, please. 72 00:03:11,365 --> 00:03:13,105 For the record, 73 00:03:13,149 --> 00:03:14,542 you're probably wasting your time. 74 00:03:14,585 --> 00:03:16,892 In three months, they've never said a word. 75 00:03:16,935 --> 00:03:18,763 What about to their Russian counsel? 76 00:03:18,807 --> 00:03:20,417 We were never witness to those conversations. 77 00:03:20,461 --> 00:03:22,419 Put your weapon and your phone here. 78 00:03:22,463 --> 00:03:23,725 Were they allowed to make phone calls? 79 00:03:23,768 --> 00:03:25,030 Only when they were with their counsel, 80 00:03:25,074 --> 00:03:26,684 and we weren't privy to those either. 81 00:03:26,728 --> 00:03:28,556 [beeping] 82 00:03:35,215 --> 00:03:36,694 Good luck. 83 00:03:43,832 --> 00:03:45,181 How you doing, Oleg? 84 00:03:45,225 --> 00:03:46,965 [door closes]Good to see you again. 85 00:03:48,053 --> 00:03:49,098 We're good now. 86 00:03:53,581 --> 00:03:55,583 I'd like to speak to my friend alone, 87 00:03:55,626 --> 00:03:57,759 if that's all right. 88 00:04:03,591 --> 00:04:05,027 [door closes] 89 00:04:06,071 --> 00:04:07,508 [exhales] 90 00:04:07,551 --> 00:04:08,596 Sit? 91 00:04:09,597 --> 00:04:10,989 [exhales] 92 00:04:13,165 --> 00:04:15,037 You looking forward to seeing your family? 93 00:04:16,691 --> 00:04:18,345 Of course you are. 94 00:04:18,388 --> 00:04:21,086 I'm sure they are very excited to have you back home. 95 00:04:23,350 --> 00:04:25,787 Look, I was a little surprised that... 96 00:04:25,830 --> 00:04:28,529 none of the rest of you wanted to seek asylum. 97 00:04:29,965 --> 00:04:31,271 I think it's probably something 98 00:04:31,314 --> 00:04:33,360 our government could have managed. 99 00:04:34,361 --> 00:04:37,015 Maybe even arranged to have your family brought back here. 100 00:04:37,059 --> 00:04:38,974 I'm not saying it would be easy, 101 00:04:39,017 --> 00:04:39,975 but... 102 00:04:40,018 --> 00:04:42,325 in exchange for some... 103 00:04:42,369 --> 00:04:43,326 cooperation... 104 00:04:43,370 --> 00:04:45,110 I'm not a traitor. 105 00:04:46,503 --> 00:04:49,114 Of course you're not. 106 00:04:49,158 --> 00:04:51,421 I respect that. 107 00:04:56,644 --> 00:04:59,777 Do you consider your captain a traitor? 108 00:05:01,431 --> 00:05:03,694 You know, he took a deal to stay here in this country. 109 00:05:03,738 --> 00:05:08,046 I mean, he put you and the rest of the crew in serious jeopardy. 110 00:05:10,005 --> 00:05:13,443 He could have killed all of you, the way he landed that plane. 111 00:05:13,487 --> 00:05:15,750 Don't you think that was a little selfish of him? 112 00:05:20,407 --> 00:05:22,278 Well... [exhales] 113 00:05:22,322 --> 00:05:24,802 thanks for not blowing us all up. 114 00:05:27,022 --> 00:05:28,893 Have a safe trip back and, uh, 115 00:05:28,937 --> 00:05:30,982 a good life, Oleg. 116 00:05:31,026 --> 00:05:32,332 I mean that. 117 00:05:34,290 --> 00:05:35,422 I'm done. 118 00:05:36,423 --> 00:05:38,338 Agent Callen. 119 00:05:40,209 --> 00:05:41,993 Captain Gonchgarov 120 00:05:42,037 --> 00:05:44,213 is a true patriot. 121 00:05:54,049 --> 00:05:55,920 Not much of a talker, is he? 122 00:05:56,791 --> 00:05:59,359 What else can you tell me about him? 123 00:05:59,402 --> 00:06:02,100 Has a son. Dima. 124 00:06:02,144 --> 00:06:04,886 Wife works at a pharmaceutical lab. 125 00:06:04,929 --> 00:06:06,496 We never get more than that. 126 00:06:06,540 --> 00:06:07,889 Mm. 127 00:06:07,932 --> 00:06:10,152 You were with the CIA prior to joining NCIS. 128 00:06:10,195 --> 00:06:11,936 I was. 129 00:06:11,980 --> 00:06:13,721 And you spent most of your time in Russia 130 00:06:13,764 --> 00:06:14,809 during your tenure with them. 131 00:06:15,810 --> 00:06:17,289 It was mostly in Ukraine. 132 00:06:17,333 --> 00:06:19,727 Some people would consider that Russia. 133 00:06:20,728 --> 00:06:22,382 Well, I know quite a few Ukrainians 134 00:06:22,425 --> 00:06:23,774 who would disagree with you. 135 00:06:23,818 --> 00:06:25,559 Hmm. 136 00:06:25,602 --> 00:06:28,866 Your birth name is Grisha Aleksandrovich Nikolaev. 137 00:06:28,910 --> 00:06:31,260 That's about as Russian as they come. 138 00:06:33,218 --> 00:06:35,220 And I was always told it was Irish. 139 00:06:38,963 --> 00:06:40,400 Your father, 140 00:06:40,443 --> 00:06:43,533 Nikita Aleksandrovich Reznikov, 141 00:06:43,577 --> 00:06:45,883 was a KGB agent.Yes, he was, 142 00:06:45,927 --> 00:06:49,365 until he became disillusioned with the Soviet Union's ideology 143 00:06:49,409 --> 00:06:52,063 and decided to work withthe CIA 144 00:06:52,107 --> 00:06:54,457 to help defectors escape the Iron Curtain. 145 00:06:54,501 --> 00:06:56,416 Your current girlfriend, 146 00:06:56,459 --> 00:06:59,157 Anna Kolcheck, is also Russian. 147 00:06:59,201 --> 00:07:00,985 Where is she? 148 00:07:01,986 --> 00:07:03,640 I have no idea? 149 00:07:04,685 --> 00:07:06,991 You don't know where your girlfriend is?Nope. 150 00:07:07,035 --> 00:07:08,732 I'm starting to think we're broken up. 151 00:07:09,733 --> 00:07:11,431 And her father, 152 00:07:11,474 --> 00:07:14,085 Arkady Kolcheck, 153 00:07:14,129 --> 00:07:16,436 is also a former KGB agent. 154 00:07:16,479 --> 00:07:18,525 Yeah. Difficult to believe sometimes but yes. 155 00:07:18,568 --> 00:07:22,354 Wow. It's like Keeping Up with the Kremlinwith your family. 156 00:07:25,096 --> 00:07:26,881 Look, 157 00:07:26,924 --> 00:07:29,753 I'm sorry that you and I got off on the wrong foot back there. 158 00:07:29,797 --> 00:07:31,320 I know you're frustrated that you weren't able 159 00:07:31,363 --> 00:07:33,583 to get through to Oleg and his crew. 160 00:07:33,627 --> 00:07:35,977 I tried, too. 161 00:07:36,020 --> 00:07:38,501 I don't know about the captain, but I can tell you, this... 162 00:07:38,545 --> 00:07:41,765 crew, they seem like very nice young airmen 163 00:07:41,809 --> 00:07:43,245 that are just trying to make a living 164 00:07:43,288 --> 00:07:44,986 and want to go back home to their families. 165 00:07:45,029 --> 00:07:47,858 So, trust me, they are not a threat. 166 00:07:51,732 --> 00:07:53,081 Could you open the door, please? 167 00:07:53,124 --> 00:07:54,474 We're not finished here. 168 00:07:56,432 --> 00:07:58,695 Seriously? 169 00:07:58,739 --> 00:07:59,696 [scoffs] 170 00:07:59,740 --> 00:08:00,915 What else do you want? 171 00:08:02,569 --> 00:08:04,875 I want to know how long you've been working for the Russians. 172 00:08:04,919 --> 00:08:06,442 Grisha. 173 00:08:08,400 --> 00:08:10,446 ♪ 174 00:08:20,021 --> 00:08:20,978 Hey, Sam. 175 00:08:21,022 --> 00:08:22,632 Hey. Where is everybody? 176 00:08:22,676 --> 00:08:24,329 Uh, Kensi and Deeks had an appointment 177 00:08:24,373 --> 00:08:26,157 and should be here soon. 178 00:08:26,201 --> 00:08:29,117 Rountree is in San Diego giving a deposition on El Centro. 179 00:08:29,160 --> 00:08:32,642 And Callen was here earlier but took off to go do something. 180 00:08:32,686 --> 00:08:33,904 I tried to call him on the way in. 181 00:08:33,948 --> 00:08:34,992 He didn't pick up. 182 00:08:35,993 --> 00:08:37,778 That may not be good. 183 00:08:37,821 --> 00:08:38,822 Why's that?Nothing. 184 00:08:38,866 --> 00:08:40,432 Maybe. 185 00:08:40,476 --> 00:08:42,434 I don't know.Fatima. 186 00:08:42,478 --> 00:08:44,567 Okay, Callen said that he was maybe being tailed this morning, 187 00:08:44,611 --> 00:08:46,395 and apparently it's not the first time as of late. 188 00:08:46,438 --> 00:08:48,397 And he asked me if I could try and find the vehicle, but... 189 00:08:48,440 --> 00:08:50,268 Why am I just finding this out now?Well, he wasn't certain 190 00:08:50,312 --> 00:08:52,444 and-and wanted to see what I could find first. 191 00:08:52,488 --> 00:08:54,011 Straight to voice mail. Where's his phone? 192 00:08:54,055 --> 00:08:55,622 It's off-line. 193 00:08:55,665 --> 00:08:57,275 Where's his car? 194 00:08:57,319 --> 00:08:59,582 Off-line, too.Son of a bitch. 195 00:08:59,626 --> 00:09:01,366 And you have no idea where he was going?No. 196 00:09:01,410 --> 00:09:03,020 Sorry. 197 00:09:03,064 --> 00:09:04,631 It's not your fault. He should've told you. 198 00:09:04,674 --> 00:09:06,197 All right, I'm-a give Kensi and the others a heads-up. 199 00:09:06,241 --> 00:09:08,286 Find the last known location of his phone or his car. 200 00:09:08,330 --> 00:09:09,374 On it. 201 00:09:10,854 --> 00:09:13,030 Two years ago, your missing girlfriend was in prison, 202 00:09:13,074 --> 00:09:15,946 until she broke out with a fellow inmate named Kate Miller, 203 00:09:15,990 --> 00:09:18,079 who-- surprise, surprise-- turned out to be 204 00:09:18,122 --> 00:09:20,385 a Russian operative named Katya Miranova. 205 00:09:20,429 --> 00:09:22,126 If you know that, then you also know 206 00:09:22,170 --> 00:09:24,085 Anna was put into that prison as part of an undercover op. 207 00:09:24,128 --> 00:09:25,826 What are the chances of me getting a coffee? 208 00:09:26,827 --> 00:09:28,132 91 days ago, 209 00:09:28,176 --> 00:09:30,134 members of your NCIS team made contact 210 00:09:30,178 --> 00:09:31,571 with a known Russian operative. 211 00:09:31,614 --> 00:09:33,224 Zasha Gagarin. 212 00:09:33,268 --> 00:09:35,749 She gave us the names of the people on board the plane. 213 00:09:35,792 --> 00:09:37,054 Why would a foreign spy 214 00:09:37,098 --> 00:09:38,578 just give you information? 215 00:09:38,621 --> 00:09:39,709 Because we paid her. 216 00:09:41,102 --> 00:09:42,582 Spying for Russia doesn't afford her the lifestyle 217 00:09:42,625 --> 00:09:44,148 that she's come to enjoy here. 218 00:09:44,192 --> 00:09:46,455 Apparently, communist ideology 219 00:09:46,498 --> 00:09:48,805 is no match for a Neiman's shoe sale. 220 00:09:51,678 --> 00:09:53,636 What makes you think Moscow wouldn't just give you 221 00:09:53,680 --> 00:09:55,290 the information they wanted you to have? 222 00:09:55,333 --> 00:09:56,770 We considered that. 223 00:09:56,813 --> 00:09:58,598 But it was a risk that we were willing to take, 224 00:09:58,641 --> 00:09:59,947 given the circumstances. 225 00:09:59,990 --> 00:10:03,124 Circumstances that saw your team 226 00:10:03,167 --> 00:10:05,430 capture the plane's captain and crew members 227 00:10:05,474 --> 00:10:07,519 while you blew up the strategic bomber 228 00:10:07,563 --> 00:10:09,739 and all the valuable intel it could have afforded us. 229 00:10:09,783 --> 00:10:12,176 I didn't blow up the plane.Mm. 230 00:10:12,220 --> 00:10:13,613 Oleg and his crewmate did. 231 00:10:13,656 --> 00:10:15,397 All of which is in the after action report. 232 00:10:15,440 --> 00:10:17,921 Yes. And according to said AAR, 233 00:10:17,965 --> 00:10:20,707 even your partner, Special Agent Osama Hanna, 234 00:10:20,750 --> 00:10:24,319 thought that allowing the plane to be destroyed was a mistake. 235 00:10:26,626 --> 00:10:28,671 I felt it more important 236 00:10:28,715 --> 00:10:31,805 to save the lives of the two young crewmen inside. 237 00:10:31,848 --> 00:10:32,936 Mm. 238 00:10:32,980 --> 00:10:35,199 Two more Russians. 239 00:10:35,243 --> 00:10:36,853 Three, if you count yourself. 240 00:10:38,855 --> 00:10:41,379 So, it's you that's been following me? 241 00:10:42,380 --> 00:10:44,078 No. 242 00:10:45,427 --> 00:10:47,168 Right. 243 00:10:52,042 --> 00:10:54,001 What's your real play here? 244 00:10:54,044 --> 00:10:55,959 My play 245 00:10:56,003 --> 00:10:59,354 is to keep this country secure from foreign intervention. 246 00:10:59,397 --> 00:11:03,184 [chuckles] Yeah, okay. Um... 247 00:11:03,227 --> 00:11:05,839 I get that conspiracy theories have replaced common sense 248 00:11:05,882 --> 00:11:07,536 and intelligence in a lot of people these days, 249 00:11:07,579 --> 00:11:10,234 but I would expect more out of a-a federal agency. 250 00:11:11,235 --> 00:11:13,977 Well, this federal agency's recent intelligence 251 00:11:14,021 --> 00:11:16,893 has identified you as a Russian asset. 252 00:11:18,590 --> 00:11:21,942 I bet you write fan fiction in your spare time. 253 00:11:25,206 --> 00:11:27,164 But just out of curiosity, 254 00:11:27,208 --> 00:11:28,513 what exactly is the source 255 00:11:28,557 --> 00:11:31,647 of this, uh, supposed intelligence? 256 00:11:36,957 --> 00:11:39,742 I'm not at liberty to reveal my sources. 257 00:11:39,786 --> 00:11:41,570 How convenient. 258 00:11:41,613 --> 00:11:45,966 But so far, we have verified everything they've given us. 259 00:11:48,969 --> 00:11:50,535 FATIMA: Callen's phone and vehicle 260 00:11:50,579 --> 00:11:52,363 were last transmitting from the Westwood area 261 00:11:52,407 --> 00:11:53,974 in the vicinity of the Federal Building. 262 00:11:54,017 --> 00:11:56,367 Did he have an appointment down there this morning? 263 00:11:56,411 --> 00:11:58,195 Not that I'm aware of. But if he did, 264 00:11:58,239 --> 00:11:59,588 that would explain why we're not receiving 265 00:11:59,631 --> 00:12:01,111 any transmissions from his phone-- 266 00:12:01,155 --> 00:12:02,722 if he's in a secure area. 267 00:12:02,765 --> 00:12:04,636 Doesn't explain his car. 268 00:12:04,680 --> 00:12:06,769 They don't have an underground parking lot. 269 00:12:06,813 --> 00:12:09,685 Do you have any idea why he might have gone there? 270 00:12:09,729 --> 00:12:11,818 Not unless I'm forgetting something. 271 00:12:11,861 --> 00:12:14,255 Admiral Kilbride.Agent Hanna. 272 00:12:14,298 --> 00:12:17,258 Special Agent Fatima Namazi, this is Admiral Kilbride. 273 00:12:17,301 --> 00:12:19,042 Sir.Nice to meet you. 274 00:12:19,086 --> 00:12:20,565 What brings you here, Admiral? 275 00:12:20,609 --> 00:12:22,785 Well, it seems that your partner has found himself 276 00:12:22,829 --> 00:12:24,134 in the middle of a witch hunt. 277 00:12:24,178 --> 00:12:25,788 You know where Callen is. 278 00:12:25,832 --> 00:12:28,748 He's being questioned by the Center for Counterterrorism. 279 00:12:28,791 --> 00:12:31,011 About what?Being a Russian asset. 280 00:12:31,054 --> 00:12:33,535 Are you kidding me?Am I known for being a kidder? 281 00:12:34,710 --> 00:12:37,757 How could anyone suspect Callen of being a Russian agent? 282 00:12:39,149 --> 00:12:42,326 Well, in case you have been too busy surfing 283 00:12:42,370 --> 00:12:45,460 or enjoying your organic avocado toast, 284 00:12:45,503 --> 00:12:47,201 there has been a bit of a... 285 00:12:47,244 --> 00:12:49,899 power struggle in this country lately. 286 00:12:49,943 --> 00:12:52,989 I don't surf, and I'm allergic to avocados. 287 00:12:53,033 --> 00:12:54,948 Sir. 288 00:12:55,905 --> 00:12:58,255 That explains why we can't locate his car. 289 00:12:58,299 --> 00:12:59,866 They probably impounded it 290 00:12:59,909 --> 00:13:02,172 and have it in a secure area being searched. 291 00:13:02,216 --> 00:13:05,219 Why hasn't Callen contacted us or-or asked for a lawyer? 292 00:13:05,262 --> 00:13:06,698 That's not his style. 293 00:13:06,742 --> 00:13:08,222 They think they're interrogating Callen, 294 00:13:08,265 --> 00:13:09,484 but he's the one questioning them. 295 00:13:09,527 --> 00:13:10,659 They just don't know it. 296 00:13:10,702 --> 00:13:12,313 He'll play along as long as he can 297 00:13:12,356 --> 00:13:14,837 till he knows more about what's going on than they do. 298 00:13:14,881 --> 00:13:17,884 I alerted SECNAV, so she'll be making some phone calls. 299 00:13:17,927 --> 00:13:19,363 Until she gets him out, 300 00:13:19,407 --> 00:13:20,669 we should send somebody in there, 301 00:13:20,712 --> 00:13:22,758 find out what the hell is going on. 302 00:13:24,847 --> 00:13:26,893 When were you first tipped off about my, uh... 303 00:13:26,936 --> 00:13:29,199 so-called Russian connections? 304 00:13:31,723 --> 00:13:33,682 What does it matter?I'm just trying 305 00:13:33,725 --> 00:13:34,988 to understand the timeline here. 306 00:13:35,031 --> 00:13:36,772 Hmm.[door opens] 307 00:13:40,776 --> 00:13:42,212 Don't let me keep you 308 00:13:42,256 --> 00:13:44,780 if you have any more pressing engagements. 309 00:13:44,824 --> 00:13:46,738 DEEKS: You ever consider 310 00:13:46,782 --> 00:13:48,653 owning a bar, Marino? 311 00:13:48,697 --> 00:13:51,352 I just think you, with your sparkling personality 312 00:13:51,395 --> 00:13:53,441 and dashing good looks, you would crush it. 313 00:13:53,484 --> 00:13:55,835 And, lucky for you, I know a gold mine in Venice 314 00:13:55,878 --> 00:13:58,185 that just popped on the market.Who the hell are you? 315 00:13:58,228 --> 00:14:00,622 Martin Atticus Deeks. Boom. Esquire. 316 00:14:00,665 --> 00:14:01,710 What do you want? 317 00:14:01,753 --> 00:14:03,364 I'd like to see my client, 318 00:14:03,407 --> 00:14:05,105 the highly decorated and incredibly well-respected 319 00:14:05,148 --> 00:14:06,671 Special Agent G. Callen. 320 00:14:06,715 --> 00:14:08,848 Yes, he's the guy you have hiding behind one 321 00:14:08,891 --> 00:14:11,894 of these taxpayer-funded, faux-walnut doors. 322 00:14:11,938 --> 00:14:14,505 But, since we're asking questions, who, 323 00:14:14,549 --> 00:14:15,898 pray tell, are you? 324 00:14:15,942 --> 00:14:17,552 Agent Carlson, Department of Justice. 325 00:14:17,595 --> 00:14:19,249 Heading up a joint task force 326 00:14:19,293 --> 00:14:20,903 for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. 327 00:14:20,947 --> 00:14:23,558 Ah, the old DOJ for the JTF for the ODNI? 328 00:14:23,601 --> 00:14:24,994 [laughs]Mm-hmm. 329 00:14:25,038 --> 00:14:26,517 OMG, that's such a BFD.[camera clicks] 330 00:14:26,561 --> 00:14:28,215 What are you doing?I just took a picture. 331 00:14:28,258 --> 00:14:29,607 I wanted to make sure I get the spelling right 332 00:14:29,651 --> 00:14:31,261 for my friend Wolfy over at CNN. 333 00:14:31,305 --> 00:14:33,437 He's such a stickler for details and truth. 334 00:14:33,481 --> 00:14:35,396 Who told you to come here? 335 00:14:35,439 --> 00:14:36,876 Who told me to come here? 336 00:14:36,919 --> 00:14:38,660 I... [scoffs] Can't tell you that. 337 00:14:38,703 --> 00:14:40,270 Because of client-lawyer privileges. 338 00:14:40,314 --> 00:14:41,881 [chuckles]: You know, all that pesky legal stuff 339 00:14:41,924 --> 00:14:42,925 that you hate so much. 340 00:14:42,969 --> 00:14:44,709 But I can tell you this 341 00:14:44,753 --> 00:14:46,973 between you and I 'cause we're friends. 342 00:14:47,016 --> 00:14:48,583 You're about to find out, because your boss 343 00:14:48,626 --> 00:14:51,325 is about to get a phone call in three, two... 344 00:14:51,368 --> 00:14:53,544 Iam the boss. 345 00:14:53,588 --> 00:14:55,982 Well, probably not after this phone call. 346 00:14:56,025 --> 00:14:57,722 And there he is. 347 00:14:57,766 --> 00:14:59,768 How you holding up there, tiger? 348 00:15:00,987 --> 00:15:02,640 Oh, I'm sorry, did you want to hang around? 349 00:15:02,684 --> 00:15:05,339 Because, uh, I wanted to talk to my client alone. 350 00:15:10,344 --> 00:15:11,693 What are you doing here? 351 00:15:11,736 --> 00:15:12,912 Thought you could use a sandwich. 352 00:15:14,914 --> 00:15:15,958 How did you...No, no. 353 00:15:16,002 --> 00:15:17,307 [shushes] 354 00:15:17,351 --> 00:15:19,179 [overture from Les Huguenots playing] 355 00:15:23,574 --> 00:15:25,968 Sneaky bastard. 356 00:15:29,798 --> 00:15:31,626 Kilbride tipped us off. What's going on? 357 00:15:31,669 --> 00:15:35,282 Best I can tell, they are hunting for a Russian mole. 358 00:15:35,325 --> 00:15:37,327 So, they finally got you? 359 00:15:37,371 --> 00:15:38,981 Not funny. 360 00:15:39,025 --> 00:15:41,244 I don't know if this is about me or Hetty 361 00:15:41,288 --> 00:15:43,246 or someone else entirely, but someone's convinced them 362 00:15:43,290 --> 00:15:44,813 that I'm working as a double agent. 363 00:15:44,856 --> 00:15:46,380 Based on what? 364 00:15:48,382 --> 00:15:50,427 Well, yeah. Sure, on paper, 365 00:15:50,471 --> 00:15:52,516 that looks like a lot of Russian influence. 366 00:15:55,737 --> 00:15:58,348 Wow, that is a lot of Russian influence. 367 00:15:58,392 --> 00:16:00,437 ♪ 368 00:16:09,620 --> 00:16:12,232 There has always been a rumor 369 00:16:12,275 --> 00:16:15,191 of a double agent at the upper levels 370 00:16:15,235 --> 00:16:17,324 of the U.S. Intelligence Community. 371 00:16:17,367 --> 00:16:19,282 I always thought that was an urban legend. 372 00:16:19,326 --> 00:16:22,024 [grunts] We certainly hoped that it was. 373 00:16:22,068 --> 00:16:25,941 Henrietta had come up with a plan to smoke them out. 374 00:16:25,985 --> 00:16:27,377 So, according to Admiral Kilbride, 375 00:16:27,421 --> 00:16:29,205 Hetty put a couple of agents into Syria. 376 00:16:29,249 --> 00:16:30,815 Then she began to disseminate 377 00:16:30,859 --> 00:16:33,079 different information in a very controlled matter 378 00:16:33,122 --> 00:16:34,645 throughout our intelligence community in Washington. 379 00:16:34,689 --> 00:16:36,343 SAM: So, by monitoring 380 00:16:36,386 --> 00:16:37,648 the movement of foreign troops, we could figure out 381 00:16:37,692 --> 00:16:38,954 where the leak was originating? 382 00:16:38,998 --> 00:16:41,087 That was the plan. 383 00:16:41,130 --> 00:16:43,567 Did it work?Well, our people figured they had enough data 384 00:16:43,611 --> 00:16:45,178 to zero in on the culprit, 385 00:16:45,221 --> 00:16:47,615 but they were grabbed before they could get out. 386 00:16:47,658 --> 00:16:48,790 Grabbed by who? 387 00:16:48,833 --> 00:16:50,835 Assad's forces, most likely. 388 00:16:50,879 --> 00:16:53,621 What we don't know is if their cover was blown. 389 00:16:53,664 --> 00:16:55,449 Because they were posing as journalists, 390 00:16:55,492 --> 00:16:56,928 it's possible the Syrians 391 00:16:56,972 --> 00:16:58,408 still don't know what they were doing there. 392 00:16:58,452 --> 00:17:01,585 Hetty has been softly negotiating their release 393 00:17:01,629 --> 00:17:03,848 without tipping off their true nature. 394 00:17:03,892 --> 00:17:06,721 If this mole got spooked or if we got close, 395 00:17:06,764 --> 00:17:09,332 he could be using Callen as a misdirect. 396 00:17:09,376 --> 00:17:13,641 He is also one of Hetty's prize protégés. 397 00:17:13,684 --> 00:17:16,687 If he's in trouble, that could cause her to back off 398 00:17:16,731 --> 00:17:18,602 and delay her operation. 399 00:17:18,646 --> 00:17:20,474 KENSI: And it would also give Moscow enough time 400 00:17:20,517 --> 00:17:23,868 to remove their asset or build in new elements 401 00:17:23,912 --> 00:17:25,653 to protect their identity. 402 00:17:28,395 --> 00:17:30,310 [overture from Les Huguenots playing] 403 00:17:31,267 --> 00:17:32,964 I'm guessing you're more into robot pop. 404 00:17:33,008 --> 00:17:34,575 [music stops]Deeks, you don't have any Kraftwerk 405 00:17:34,618 --> 00:17:36,229 in there, do you?Get out of here. Both of you. 406 00:17:36,272 --> 00:17:37,969 So, I guess you got the phone call? 407 00:17:38,013 --> 00:17:40,320 Now. Before I change my mind. 408 00:17:40,363 --> 00:17:42,104 You can, uh, keep the sandwich. 409 00:17:42,148 --> 00:17:44,367 It's a veggie on rye. 410 00:17:45,325 --> 00:17:47,370 CALLEN: I asked Oleg today if he thought 411 00:17:47,414 --> 00:17:49,024 that his captain was a traitor for defecting. 412 00:17:49,068 --> 00:17:50,460 You know what he said to me? 413 00:17:50,504 --> 00:17:53,072 "Captain Gonchgarov is a true patriot." 414 00:17:53,115 --> 00:17:54,899 How do they figure that? The guy defected. 415 00:17:54,943 --> 00:17:57,511 I think he was trying to tell me something.Like what? 416 00:17:57,554 --> 00:18:01,123 You know the amount of time, money, planning, 417 00:18:01,167 --> 00:18:03,778 that goes into getting a Russian agent into the highest levels 418 00:18:03,821 --> 00:18:05,214 of our intelligence community. 419 00:18:05,258 --> 00:18:06,563 I mean, it would be an invaluable asset 420 00:18:06,607 --> 00:18:07,956 that they would do anything to protect. 421 00:18:07,999 --> 00:18:09,653 Like accusing you of being a double agent? 422 00:18:09,697 --> 00:18:11,133 The old "I know you are, but what am I?" 423 00:18:11,177 --> 00:18:12,569 Think bigger than that. 424 00:18:12,613 --> 00:18:14,005 They might even be willing to sacrifice 425 00:18:14,049 --> 00:18:17,226 a cold war-era bomber and its crew. 426 00:18:17,270 --> 00:18:19,315 "Captain Gonchgarov is a true patriot." 427 00:18:19,359 --> 00:18:21,404 Exactly. Just as Hetty and the rest of them 428 00:18:21,448 --> 00:18:23,058 start closing in on this invaluable asset, 429 00:18:23,102 --> 00:18:24,799 suddenly, a Russian bomber appears on our shore? 430 00:18:24,842 --> 00:18:26,235 I-It's just too easy. 431 00:18:26,279 --> 00:18:27,932 Wait, so you think the captain's working for SVR? 432 00:18:27,976 --> 00:18:29,760 Makes a lot more sense than a Russian captain 433 00:18:29,804 --> 00:18:31,240 willing to risk his life and that of his crew 434 00:18:31,284 --> 00:18:32,894 in order to defect. 435 00:18:32,937 --> 00:18:35,462 It's probably a Hail Mary to deflect our focus. 436 00:18:35,505 --> 00:18:37,290 There was probably just enough intelligence on board 437 00:18:37,333 --> 00:18:39,161 for us to believe it was legitimate 438 00:18:39,205 --> 00:18:40,771 and look in a different direction 439 00:18:40,815 --> 00:18:42,686 of where their asset is.Well, the joke's on them, 440 00:18:42,730 --> 00:18:43,818 'cause you screwed up that plan when you blew up their plane. 441 00:18:43,861 --> 00:18:45,428 That's not totally fair. 442 00:18:45,472 --> 00:18:47,996 Sorry, when you let other people blow up said plane. 443 00:18:49,215 --> 00:18:51,173 We need to turn the tables on this. 444 00:18:51,217 --> 00:18:53,001 Wait, what? What are we... what are we doing? 445 00:18:53,044 --> 00:18:55,134 We have to flip this to our advantage. 446 00:18:55,177 --> 00:18:57,266 Wait, h-how?Throw them off their game. 447 00:18:57,310 --> 00:18:59,050 Force them to scramble without giving them time to think. 448 00:18:59,094 --> 00:19:01,183 Awesome. Do you want to share with the other people 449 00:19:01,227 --> 00:19:02,924 what the plan is?I don't really have a plan yet. 450 00:19:02,967 --> 00:19:06,014 I'm still trying to figure that out.Sounds perfect. 451 00:19:06,057 --> 00:19:07,276 Deeks, you get him out? 452 00:19:07,320 --> 00:19:08,625 He what?! 453 00:19:10,497 --> 00:19:11,715 Why the hell would he do that? 454 00:19:11,759 --> 00:19:13,935 Hey, what's wrong? 455 00:19:13,978 --> 00:19:15,284 Callen turned himself back in. 456 00:19:15,328 --> 00:19:17,939 I'm sorry, what? 457 00:19:22,944 --> 00:19:26,643 So, you've, uh, had a change of heart. 458 00:19:26,687 --> 00:19:28,645 I can help you identify 459 00:19:28,689 --> 00:19:30,604 the Russian asset you're looking for. 460 00:19:30,647 --> 00:19:33,215 Why would I want to cooperate with you? 461 00:19:33,259 --> 00:19:34,825 You have nothing to lose. 462 00:19:34,869 --> 00:19:37,350 And you might actually come out of this a hero. 463 00:19:37,393 --> 00:19:40,135 But I need to see Captain Gonchgarov. 464 00:19:43,704 --> 00:19:45,575 All right, what do we got? 465 00:19:45,619 --> 00:19:48,491 Okay, these are all the Russians we've dealt with 466 00:19:48,535 --> 00:19:51,015 over the years.Okay. Has to be somebody 467 00:19:51,059 --> 00:19:52,713 that we trust.Right. 468 00:19:52,756 --> 00:19:55,368 Uh, in that case... No. 469 00:19:55,411 --> 00:19:57,892 No. Probably not. 470 00:19:57,935 --> 00:19:59,894 No. 471 00:19:59,937 --> 00:20:01,374 Definitely not. 472 00:20:01,417 --> 00:20:02,505 Nope. 473 00:20:03,463 --> 00:20:05,726 Oh, hell no.Hell no. 474 00:20:05,769 --> 00:20:07,206 They have 475 00:20:07,249 --> 00:20:10,165 to be Russian?They do. [sighs] 476 00:20:10,209 --> 00:20:11,819 Him. 477 00:20:16,476 --> 00:20:18,129 Are you sure? 478 00:20:18,173 --> 00:20:20,306 Yep. 479 00:20:20,349 --> 00:20:21,742 DEEKS: No! 480 00:20:21,785 --> 00:20:23,004 Why does it have to be Kirkin? 481 00:20:23,047 --> 00:20:24,962 KENSI: Because we need someone 482 00:20:25,006 --> 00:20:27,182 with legitimate Russian connections.DEEKS: Okay, great. 483 00:20:27,226 --> 00:20:29,140 What about Arkady? Everybody loves Arkady.KENSI: It can't be Arkady. 484 00:20:29,184 --> 00:20:30,707 He has obvious links to Callen. 485 00:20:31,708 --> 00:20:33,493 Yeah, but Kirkin? 486 00:20:33,536 --> 00:20:36,974 Come on. He just... He just makes me feel so... 487 00:20:37,018 --> 00:20:38,062 Special? 488 00:20:38,106 --> 00:20:39,499 Dirty. 489 00:20:39,542 --> 00:20:41,631 Like a dirty bird. It doesn't matter. 490 00:20:41,675 --> 00:20:43,154 You know what? It doesn't matter. 491 00:20:43,198 --> 00:20:45,069 Even if we wanted to find him, we couldn't, 492 00:20:45,113 --> 00:20:46,854 'cause we have no idea where he is.KENSI: That's okay, 493 00:20:46,897 --> 00:20:48,595 because Fatima already has a location and sent it to you. 494 00:20:48,638 --> 00:20:49,987 Fatima! 495 00:20:50,031 --> 00:20:51,641 Sweetie, you are 496 00:20:51,685 --> 00:20:54,253 the only one who can convince him to work with us. 497 00:20:58,474 --> 00:21:00,824 Baby?DEEKS: What? 498 00:21:00,868 --> 00:21:02,086 Please? 499 00:21:02,130 --> 00:21:03,479 Don't use that voice with me. 500 00:21:03,523 --> 00:21:04,524 Okay, yes. 501 00:21:04,567 --> 00:21:06,395 Thank you. 502 00:21:06,439 --> 00:21:08,092 That's my baby honeypot. 503 00:21:08,136 --> 00:21:10,269 That's right, I am. I'm your little honeypot. 504 00:21:10,312 --> 00:21:12,836 Remember that when he kills me. 505 00:21:12,880 --> 00:21:14,664 [line clicks]Hello? 506 00:21:15,622 --> 00:21:17,624 KILBRIDE [over speaker]: I have spent my entire life 507 00:21:17,667 --> 00:21:18,929 serving this country. 508 00:21:18,973 --> 00:21:20,670 What is wrong with you people? 509 00:21:20,714 --> 00:21:22,672 I seem to recall you convincing us 510 00:21:22,716 --> 00:21:25,066 to use a dead body on a golf cart as a decoy. 511 00:21:25,109 --> 00:21:26,285 That was different. 512 00:21:26,328 --> 00:21:27,982 This is a terrible plan. 513 00:21:28,025 --> 00:21:30,245 A terrible plan is better than no plan. 514 00:21:30,289 --> 00:21:32,073 No, a terrible plan is a terrible plan-- 515 00:21:32,116 --> 00:21:33,857 hence the "terrible" part. 516 00:21:33,901 --> 00:21:36,077 Well, terrible plan or not, it's the only plan we have. 517 00:21:36,120 --> 00:21:38,906 The only chance we have of it working is if it happens fast 518 00:21:38,949 --> 00:21:40,473 and we force them to react quickly. 519 00:21:40,516 --> 00:21:42,910 You have all drunk Hetty's Kool-Aid. 520 00:21:42,953 --> 00:21:43,867 [engine revs] 521 00:22:06,107 --> 00:22:08,457 I don't understand what's going on. 522 00:22:08,501 --> 00:22:10,459 We're moving your location. Why? 523 00:22:10,503 --> 00:22:12,418 It's for your protection. I'll explain everything 524 00:22:12,461 --> 00:22:15,203 once we get to the safe house.I thought I was safe here. 525 00:22:15,246 --> 00:22:17,466 There's been an incident that suggests otherwise. 526 00:22:18,728 --> 00:22:20,513 Put your seat belt on. 527 00:22:20,556 --> 00:22:22,819 Don't stop for anything. Call me once he's secure. 528 00:22:30,479 --> 00:22:32,699 [siren chirping]Go, go, go! 529 00:22:40,228 --> 00:22:42,535 Oh, get the hell off of me. 530 00:22:42,578 --> 00:22:44,972 How you feeling, Admiral? 531 00:22:45,015 --> 00:22:47,017 Besides the shame 532 00:22:47,061 --> 00:22:49,890 of having you talked me into this cockamamie plan? 533 00:22:49,933 --> 00:22:51,587 Well, with all due respect, Admiral, 534 00:22:51,631 --> 00:22:54,373 I seem to remember you convincing us to use a corpse 535 00:22:54,416 --> 00:22:55,765 as a distraction. 536 00:22:55,809 --> 00:22:58,812 One time I put a dead body to good use, 537 00:22:58,855 --> 00:23:00,466 and you people just can't let it go. 538 00:23:00,509 --> 00:23:03,425 Hell, we once emptied the entire morgue 539 00:23:03,469 --> 00:23:05,122 in Banja Luka to create a whole... 540 00:23:05,166 --> 00:23:07,516 [sighs] Oh, never mind. It was a different time. 541 00:23:08,517 --> 00:23:10,301 Thankfully. 542 00:23:13,217 --> 00:23:14,654 Thanks. 543 00:23:14,697 --> 00:23:16,786 KIRKIN [in distance]: No. This is not working! 544 00:23:16,830 --> 00:23:18,832 T-Take it off. I hate it. 545 00:23:18,875 --> 00:23:20,529 I said, take it off! 546 00:23:20,573 --> 00:23:21,748 Kirkin? 547 00:23:21,791 --> 00:23:23,358 Kirkin? 548 00:23:23,402 --> 00:23:26,013 [whistles] Hey, buddy. 549 00:23:26,056 --> 00:23:27,797 Ah. 550 00:23:27,841 --> 00:23:29,233 Marty! 551 00:23:29,277 --> 00:23:30,844 Uh... 552 00:23:30,887 --> 00:23:34,587 welcome to the House of Kirkin. 553 00:23:34,630 --> 00:23:37,198 Nah, that's... I'm allergic to cashmere.Um, yeah, 554 00:23:37,241 --> 00:23:39,330 Martin is an LAPD officer. 555 00:23:39,374 --> 00:23:41,028 Not, actually, anymore. 556 00:23:41,071 --> 00:23:42,377 They fired you? 557 00:23:42,421 --> 00:23:43,552 No, no, I'm just, uh, 558 00:23:43,596 --> 00:23:45,206 I'm working for NCIS full-time now. 559 00:23:45,249 --> 00:23:46,686 [whispers]: They fired you? 560 00:23:46,729 --> 00:23:48,731 No. No, no, they didn't fire me. I fired them. 561 00:23:48,775 --> 00:23:51,473 Hah...Yeah. Yeah. 562 00:23:51,517 --> 00:23:54,084 And now he is a very secret agent. 563 00:23:54,128 --> 00:23:56,217 I'm an investigator.Well, it's good to see you. 564 00:23:56,260 --> 00:23:58,219 Yeah, no, it's good to... see you, too.But-but... 565 00:23:58,262 --> 00:24:01,091 what-what do you think?What-what do I... what do I think? 566 00:24:01,135 --> 00:24:02,528 What do I think about what? 567 00:24:02,571 --> 00:24:04,225 I'm not even sure what I'm looking at. 568 00:24:04,268 --> 00:24:05,487 [sighs] 569 00:24:05,531 --> 00:24:07,489 [clears throat] 570 00:24:07,533 --> 00:24:09,622 All my life... 571 00:24:10,797 --> 00:24:14,278 ...has been take, take, take, 572 00:24:14,322 --> 00:24:16,498 take, and now...You're a taker. 573 00:24:16,542 --> 00:24:19,109 I'm trying to give back. 574 00:24:19,153 --> 00:24:21,068 Oh?With my art. 575 00:24:21,111 --> 00:24:23,984 Oh, with your art.Through my art and fashion. 576 00:24:24,027 --> 00:24:25,551 F-Fashion? 577 00:24:25,594 --> 00:24:28,510 I've become a fashion designer. Oh... my. 578 00:24:28,554 --> 00:24:30,773 I always loved clothes and, uh, 579 00:24:30,817 --> 00:24:32,732 mm, I have impeccable taste. 580 00:24:32,775 --> 00:24:34,734 So why not share this 581 00:24:34,777 --> 00:24:35,996 with the world?Yeah, no, that's good. 582 00:24:36,039 --> 00:24:38,259 Yeah.Would you like to see 583 00:24:38,302 --> 00:24:39,739 some of my collection?Oh. Yeah, no, 584 00:24:39,782 --> 00:24:41,349 I definitely would like to see 585 00:24:41,392 --> 00:24:43,917 th-the whole... collection. 586 00:24:45,092 --> 00:24:47,529 As much as I dread saying this, 587 00:24:47,573 --> 00:24:48,704 I, uh... 588 00:24:48,748 --> 00:24:50,489 I need a favor. 589 00:24:50,532 --> 00:24:52,578 Of course, Martin. 590 00:24:52,621 --> 00:24:54,493 You know you can always count on me. 591 00:24:54,536 --> 00:24:56,451 Great.Yeah. 592 00:24:56,495 --> 00:24:59,106 Perhaps we can help each other. 593 00:24:59,149 --> 00:25:01,021 Okay. 594 00:25:01,064 --> 00:25:03,110 ♪ 595 00:25:13,816 --> 00:25:16,340 [tires screeching] 596 00:25:17,777 --> 00:25:19,387 Get out of the vehicle! 597 00:25:20,780 --> 00:25:22,172 Get down. 598 00:25:22,216 --> 00:25:23,565 [panting] 599 00:25:23,609 --> 00:25:25,219 On your knees! 600 00:25:29,440 --> 00:25:31,921 [grunting] 601 00:25:31,965 --> 00:25:33,357 Go! 602 00:25:33,401 --> 00:25:34,881 [gunfire] 603 00:25:37,971 --> 00:25:39,233 [grunting] 604 00:25:39,276 --> 00:25:42,105 Go, go, go! 605 00:25:42,149 --> 00:25:43,977 Relax, Captain. 606 00:25:44,020 --> 00:25:45,631 You're safe now. 607 00:25:46,632 --> 00:25:48,634 ♪ 608 00:25:55,597 --> 00:25:57,947 [panting] 609 00:25:59,645 --> 00:26:00,820 What happened? 610 00:26:00,863 --> 00:26:03,736 She swore she didn't know anything. 611 00:26:05,520 --> 00:26:07,261 Maybe she didn't. 612 00:26:14,442 --> 00:26:16,618 REPORTER: The victim, Navy Admiral Hollis Kilbride, 613 00:26:16,662 --> 00:26:19,316 was shot and killed while getting into his car. 614 00:26:19,360 --> 00:26:21,928 There have been reports that Kilbride was identified 615 00:26:21,971 --> 00:26:24,017 as a Russian agent, but, so far, 616 00:26:24,060 --> 00:26:26,889 neither the Navy or State Department have confirmed that 617 00:26:26,933 --> 00:26:28,674 and we are still waiting for an official report. 618 00:26:28,717 --> 00:26:29,762 [beeps] 619 00:26:33,809 --> 00:26:36,116 Captain Gonchgarov, 620 00:26:36,159 --> 00:26:37,291 Anatoli Kirkin. 621 00:26:37,334 --> 00:26:38,684 Ah. 622 00:26:41,164 --> 00:26:42,775 What is going on here? 623 00:26:47,518 --> 00:26:49,564 Did you know this man that was killed? 624 00:26:49,608 --> 00:26:51,087 No. How would I know him? 625 00:26:51,131 --> 00:26:53,263 He was one of ours. 626 00:26:53,307 --> 00:26:55,265 Someone leaked his identity to the Americans, 627 00:26:55,309 --> 00:26:56,658 and now he's dead. 628 00:26:56,702 --> 00:27:00,009 We don't know if it was them 629 00:27:00,053 --> 00:27:01,489 or one of our own people. 630 00:27:01,532 --> 00:27:02,621 It-it wasn't me. 631 00:27:02,664 --> 00:27:03,926 Well, it was someone 632 00:27:03,970 --> 00:27:05,928 from Russian intelligence. 633 00:27:05,972 --> 00:27:07,495 Everything we have built here is in jeopardy 634 00:27:07,538 --> 00:27:08,931 since that little stunt with your airplane. 635 00:27:08,975 --> 00:27:12,108 I-I'm not part of any of this. 636 00:27:12,152 --> 00:27:14,633 I have nothing to do with Russian intelligence. 637 00:27:14,676 --> 00:27:17,940 Please, I-I just want to live in America. 638 00:27:18,941 --> 00:27:20,290 Oh, so you're a traitor? 639 00:27:22,162 --> 00:27:23,816 KILBRIDE: So... 640 00:27:23,859 --> 00:27:26,253 how's Masterpiece Theatre working out? 641 00:27:26,296 --> 00:27:29,604 [sighs] Gonchgarov is sticking to his defection story. 642 00:27:29,648 --> 00:27:31,388 CALLEN: Who's leaking our information? 643 00:27:31,432 --> 00:27:33,303 What information? I don't know what you're talking about. 644 00:27:33,347 --> 00:27:34,827 I was questioned by two people 645 00:27:34,870 --> 00:27:37,394 from the Center for Counterterrorism today. 646 00:27:37,438 --> 00:27:38,657 Did you give me up? 647 00:27:38,700 --> 00:27:40,397 I don't even know who you are. 648 00:27:40,441 --> 00:27:41,747 [speaks Russian] 649 00:27:41,790 --> 00:27:43,009 [speaks Russian] 650 00:27:43,052 --> 00:27:44,880 I'm not lying. 651 00:27:47,666 --> 00:27:49,972 Only one way to find out. 652 00:27:50,016 --> 00:27:51,060 [exhales] 653 00:27:52,496 --> 00:27:53,802 [door opens] 654 00:27:53,846 --> 00:27:55,761 [grunting] 655 00:27:55,804 --> 00:27:58,024 [shouts, groans] 656 00:27:58,067 --> 00:27:59,112 Come with me. 657 00:27:59,155 --> 00:28:00,113 [whimpers] 658 00:28:00,156 --> 00:28:02,115 We can talk in here. 659 00:28:03,116 --> 00:28:05,248 [door opens] 660 00:28:06,206 --> 00:28:07,598 [door closes] 661 00:28:07,642 --> 00:28:09,470 [groans] 662 00:28:09,513 --> 00:28:10,776 You okay, Marty? 663 00:28:10,819 --> 00:28:12,125 Peachy. 664 00:28:12,168 --> 00:28:13,735 [grunts] Oh, my God. 665 00:28:13,779 --> 00:28:15,476 Where have you guys been? I've needed to pee for, like, 666 00:28:15,519 --> 00:28:16,825 40 minutes. 667 00:28:16,869 --> 00:28:18,044 [grunts] 668 00:28:18,087 --> 00:28:19,045 He say something? 669 00:28:19,088 --> 00:28:20,873 Not yet. 670 00:28:20,916 --> 00:28:22,222 Looks like you're on, Deeks. 671 00:28:22,265 --> 00:28:24,572 And imagine an imaginary menagerie manager 672 00:28:24,615 --> 00:28:26,748 managing an imagined menagerie. 673 00:28:26,792 --> 00:28:28,576 Red leather, yellow leather, red leather, yellow leather, 674 00:28:28,619 --> 00:28:29,751 red leather, yellow leather. 675 00:28:29,795 --> 00:28:31,361 [high-pitched]: Hoo-hah! 676 00:28:33,537 --> 00:28:35,539 So, why were you sent here? 677 00:28:35,583 --> 00:28:36,932 I wasn't. 678 00:28:36,976 --> 00:28:39,021 I defected. 679 00:28:47,247 --> 00:28:49,075 One of our assets was killed today 680 00:28:49,118 --> 00:28:50,554 because his identity was leaked. 681 00:28:50,598 --> 00:28:54,907 Are you... telling me you work for the Russians? 682 00:28:54,950 --> 00:28:57,605 Of course. 683 00:28:57,648 --> 00:28:59,999 How do you think I knew where to look for your plane? 684 00:29:01,000 --> 00:29:02,784 Who do you think blew it up 685 00:29:02,828 --> 00:29:04,873 so it didn't fall into the hands of the U.S. government? 686 00:29:04,917 --> 00:29:06,745 I am just a pilot. 687 00:29:06,788 --> 00:29:10,836 No. What you are is either an asset 688 00:29:10,879 --> 00:29:13,055 or a liability. 689 00:29:13,099 --> 00:29:15,231 Now, if you're an asset, 690 00:29:15,275 --> 00:29:16,885 you help us 691 00:29:16,929 --> 00:29:18,713 and we'll help you. 692 00:29:19,670 --> 00:29:21,107 If you're a liability... 693 00:29:21,150 --> 00:29:22,195 [clanging]DEEKS: Oh, God! 694 00:29:22,238 --> 00:29:23,762 [Deeks screams] 695 00:29:23,805 --> 00:29:25,676 No![sighs] 696 00:29:26,634 --> 00:29:29,289 Don't worry. Nobody can hear us in this place. 697 00:29:29,332 --> 00:29:30,681 Besides, it does make it easier 698 00:29:30,725 --> 00:29:32,248 for throwing bodies into the ocean. 699 00:29:34,076 --> 00:29:36,426 [Deeks screaming] 700 00:29:36,470 --> 00:29:38,080 You think he's buying this? 701 00:29:38,124 --> 00:29:41,083 Not unless this guy is a complete idiot. 702 00:29:41,127 --> 00:29:43,259 Not big on encouragement, are you? 703 00:29:43,303 --> 00:29:46,959 Not everyone got a trophy when I grew up. 704 00:29:47,002 --> 00:29:48,699 CALLEN: If you work with us, we can get you papers. 705 00:29:48,743 --> 00:29:50,049 Anatoli can get you work. 706 00:29:50,092 --> 00:29:51,746 I don't want a new identity. 707 00:29:55,228 --> 00:29:56,969 [chuckles] 708 00:29:57,012 --> 00:29:58,448 What do you think is gonna happen 709 00:29:58,492 --> 00:29:59,928 if you don't work with us? 710 00:29:59,972 --> 00:30:01,974 Do you think you're gonna get U.S. citizenship 711 00:30:02,017 --> 00:30:04,324 and meet a nice little California girl, 712 00:30:04,367 --> 00:30:06,021 live the American dream? 713 00:30:07,196 --> 00:30:09,285 This is a country of opportunity. 714 00:30:09,329 --> 00:30:10,983 If I work hard, I will be... 715 00:30:11,026 --> 00:30:12,985 You are an embarrassment to Moscow. 716 00:30:13,028 --> 00:30:14,638 Do you really think they're gonna let you 717 00:30:14,682 --> 00:30:16,031 live here happily ever after? 718 00:30:19,948 --> 00:30:22,516 My freedom is worth the risk. 719 00:30:22,559 --> 00:30:24,648 [clanging][Deeks screaming] 720 00:30:26,041 --> 00:30:28,478 Aah! No! 721 00:30:31,525 --> 00:30:32,482 Aah! 722 00:30:32,526 --> 00:30:33,962 Give it up, Deeks. 723 00:30:34,006 --> 00:30:35,659 This guy's not budging. 724 00:30:35,703 --> 00:30:37,444 What? Really? 'Cause I felt like 725 00:30:37,487 --> 00:30:39,054 that was some of my best work. 726 00:30:39,098 --> 00:30:40,664 It was truly chilling. 727 00:30:40,708 --> 00:30:42,666 Gave me goose bumps. 728 00:30:44,146 --> 00:30:46,105 Why-why you got to make everything weird? 729 00:30:50,196 --> 00:30:52,676 If you hand me back over 730 00:30:52,720 --> 00:30:56,332 to the American authorities... 731 00:30:56,376 --> 00:30:58,813 I will give you the one thing I have. 732 00:31:00,075 --> 00:31:01,860 And what is that? 733 00:31:08,605 --> 00:31:10,042 A phone number. 734 00:31:10,085 --> 00:31:11,391 I don't know who it is, 735 00:31:11,434 --> 00:31:13,436 but we were made to memorize it. 736 00:31:13,480 --> 00:31:16,570 We were told to call it only in extreme emergencies, 737 00:31:16,613 --> 00:31:20,661 if we ever found ourselves in foreign territory. 738 00:31:24,273 --> 00:31:26,319 Write it down. 739 00:31:27,320 --> 00:31:29,104 What do you think? 740 00:31:29,148 --> 00:31:31,237 Could be legit. 741 00:31:31,280 --> 00:31:32,542 Then again, he could have 742 00:31:32,586 --> 00:31:33,761 a dozen different numbers memorized, 743 00:31:33,804 --> 00:31:34,936 each for a different situation. 744 00:31:34,980 --> 00:31:36,329 He's about to give us one 745 00:31:36,372 --> 00:31:38,679 that lets SVR know he's being tagged. 746 00:31:39,723 --> 00:31:41,856 FATIMA: It's an unlisted number in London, England. 747 00:31:41,900 --> 00:31:44,380 Possibly a burner, definitely active and online. 748 00:31:44,424 --> 00:31:46,208 And it's probably a central clearing hub. 749 00:31:46,252 --> 00:31:48,907 Once he makes contact with them, lets them know where he is, 750 00:31:48,950 --> 00:31:51,561 they'll send whatever team they have in his area to pick him up. 751 00:31:51,605 --> 00:31:53,215 So, how do you want to play this? 752 00:31:53,259 --> 00:31:55,000 [sighs] 753 00:31:58,003 --> 00:31:59,787 Call it. 754 00:32:02,790 --> 00:32:04,835 [line ringing] 755 00:32:08,839 --> 00:32:10,189 WOMAN: Taxi service. 756 00:32:10,232 --> 00:32:12,974 This is Kapitan Alexi Gonchgarov 757 00:32:13,018 --> 00:32:14,976 calling for a pickup. 758 00:32:15,020 --> 00:32:17,544 I'm in, uh... 759 00:32:17,587 --> 00:32:19,676 Venice, California. 760 00:32:20,634 --> 00:32:23,985 Venice, California. 761 00:32:24,029 --> 00:32:26,292 One moment, please. 762 00:32:26,335 --> 00:32:28,163 [Muzak playing over phone] 763 00:32:33,777 --> 00:32:35,692 There will be someone to pick you up 764 00:32:35,736 --> 00:32:37,651 at the Santa Monica Pier within the hour. 765 00:32:37,694 --> 00:32:39,261 [line clicks] 766 00:32:51,839 --> 00:32:53,884 [people screaming] 767 00:33:08,247 --> 00:33:09,639 Catching anything? 768 00:33:09,683 --> 00:33:11,815 Almost snagged a couple of surfers. 769 00:33:11,859 --> 00:33:14,035 DEEKS: Whoa. Whoa, that's not funny. 770 00:33:14,079 --> 00:33:15,776 I almost got hooked at Westward. 771 00:33:15,819 --> 00:33:17,691 Some dude was fishing from the beach. Not cool, Sam. 772 00:33:17,734 --> 00:33:19,127 Not cool. 773 00:33:19,171 --> 00:33:20,824 It's a shame they had to throw you back. 774 00:33:20,868 --> 00:33:22,087 That's not... that's not kind.CALLEN: Hold up. 775 00:33:25,394 --> 00:33:27,092 Uh, never mind. 776 00:33:27,135 --> 00:33:28,615 She's just taking a selfie. 777 00:33:28,658 --> 00:33:30,312 How did we go from the Greatest Generation 778 00:33:30,356 --> 00:33:31,966 to the "selfie generation"? 779 00:33:32,010 --> 00:33:33,402 KENSI: Oh, come on, Admiral, you're gonna tell me 780 00:33:33,446 --> 00:33:34,925 you've never taken a selfie? 781 00:33:34,969 --> 00:33:37,232 I'd rather be tarred and feathered. 782 00:33:37,276 --> 00:33:38,799 I'm pretty sure that stopped being a thing 783 00:33:38,842 --> 00:33:41,497 when they put the railroads in.[chuckles] 784 00:33:42,846 --> 00:33:44,196 Hold on, she's approaching Gonchgarov. 785 00:33:44,239 --> 00:33:45,893 Will you take a picture? 786 00:33:47,895 --> 00:33:49,331 Here we go. 787 00:33:49,375 --> 00:33:51,246 Oh, yeah, yes. 788 00:33:56,817 --> 00:33:58,993 Oh, great, more pictures of herself. 789 00:34:01,778 --> 00:34:05,565 Uh... okay.[camera clicking] 790 00:34:05,608 --> 00:34:07,132 Oh, these are great. Thank you. 791 00:34:07,175 --> 00:34:08,394 Yes, you're welcome. 792 00:34:12,267 --> 00:34:15,009 Whoa. Guys, that's the Russian agent 793 00:34:15,053 --> 00:34:17,620 we paid for the name of Gonchgarov and his crew. 794 00:34:17,664 --> 00:34:19,100 Zasha Gagarin. 795 00:34:19,144 --> 00:34:20,493 CALLEN: They made contact. 796 00:34:20,536 --> 00:34:21,537 Keep your eyes on Gonchgarov. 797 00:34:21,581 --> 00:34:22,669 He may try to make a move. 798 00:34:24,236 --> 00:34:26,542 She just threw away her phone and her gloves. 799 00:34:30,242 --> 00:34:32,113 Call an ambulance! 800 00:34:32,157 --> 00:34:34,376 For what?For Gonchgarov. She may have poisoned him. 801 00:34:34,420 --> 00:34:36,465 Keep your distance, it may be on the phone or the gloves. 802 00:34:40,252 --> 00:34:41,818 Get up, get up, get up, get up. Now. 803 00:34:41,862 --> 00:34:43,864 Get up. Hey, look at me. Look at me. 804 00:34:43,907 --> 00:34:45,257 Don't touch your face. Come with us. 805 00:34:45,300 --> 00:34:47,346 You gotta wash your hands.What's going on? 806 00:34:47,389 --> 00:34:49,217 Just come with us now. Come on, let's go. 807 00:34:49,261 --> 00:34:52,133 [grunting, coughing] 808 00:34:52,177 --> 00:34:55,310 [echoing]: Come with us. Walk this way. 809 00:34:55,354 --> 00:34:56,790 DEEKS: Don't touch your face. 810 00:34:56,833 --> 00:34:58,139 Don't touch your-- don't touch your face. 811 00:34:58,183 --> 00:35:00,054 [gasping] 812 00:35:01,708 --> 00:35:04,406 Gonchgarov is down. He's having some sort of seizure. 813 00:35:04,450 --> 00:35:05,712 Son of a bitch. 814 00:35:05,755 --> 00:35:07,453 KENSI: Stay back! Stay back! 815 00:35:07,496 --> 00:35:10,369 [Gonchgarov grunting] 816 00:35:21,119 --> 00:35:24,296 Deeks, I got this. Go, go, go. 817 00:35:44,533 --> 00:35:46,013 Oh, come on. 818 00:35:46,056 --> 00:35:48,929 There's no possible way she gave us the slip. 819 00:35:48,972 --> 00:35:51,061 Then where the hell is she? 820 00:35:58,156 --> 00:36:01,550 [indistinct radio chatter] 821 00:36:01,594 --> 00:36:04,771 DEEKS: Kens. Kens... 822 00:36:06,599 --> 00:36:08,818 Hey. Where is she? 823 00:36:08,862 --> 00:36:09,950 She got away. 824 00:36:11,430 --> 00:36:12,996 How did that-- How does something like that happen? 825 00:36:13,040 --> 00:36:14,259 We had the place locked down. 826 00:36:14,302 --> 00:36:15,825 Well, maybe we can bring in the K9s. 827 00:36:15,869 --> 00:36:17,479 Maybe they can sniff her out.How bad is he? 828 00:36:17,523 --> 00:36:19,655 I mean, he's breathing, but barely. 829 00:36:19,699 --> 00:36:21,483 Well, we need to put somebody at the hospital 830 00:36:21,527 --> 00:36:23,050 in case they try to finish the job. 831 00:36:23,093 --> 00:36:25,226 Okay, look, I'll follow in the ambulance. 832 00:36:25,270 --> 00:36:26,532 Deeks, you go with them. 833 00:36:26,575 --> 00:36:27,620 Yeah. Go. 834 00:36:27,663 --> 00:36:29,317 All right.Oh, here we go. 835 00:36:32,015 --> 00:36:35,323 Okay, just so I'm not missing anything, 836 00:36:35,367 --> 00:36:37,891 you paid $30,000...Eight. 837 00:36:39,022 --> 00:36:40,285 I'm sorry, what? 838 00:36:40,328 --> 00:36:41,851 $38,000 we paid. 839 00:36:41,895 --> 00:36:43,026 I thought you were his lawyer. 840 00:36:43,070 --> 00:36:45,246 I'm a hyphenate. 841 00:36:46,291 --> 00:36:47,770 Another dumbass. 842 00:36:47,814 --> 00:36:49,511 Ooh. [chuckles] 843 00:36:49,555 --> 00:36:51,861 You paid $38,000 to a Russian operative 844 00:36:51,905 --> 00:36:53,907 for the names of the crewmen on the plane that landed here. 845 00:36:53,950 --> 00:36:56,562 And that same Russian operative has assassinated 846 00:36:56,605 --> 00:36:58,955 the only crewman that was willing to cooperate with us. 847 00:36:58,999 --> 00:37:00,914 The man I released into your safekeeping. 848 00:37:00,957 --> 00:37:04,004 Yeah, that pretty much encapsulates it nicely. 849 00:37:04,047 --> 00:37:05,701 And somehow she managed to escape, 850 00:37:05,745 --> 00:37:07,486 and you're still claiming you don't work for Russia? 851 00:37:07,529 --> 00:37:09,314 Russia, Russia, Russia. 852 00:37:11,229 --> 00:37:13,753 Gonchgarov could pull through. 853 00:37:13,796 --> 00:37:16,234 They give you a medical degree to go with your gym membership? 854 00:37:16,277 --> 00:37:19,628 Oh...[Deeks and Callen chuckle] 855 00:37:19,672 --> 00:37:21,630 Look, are you two working with him? 856 00:37:21,674 --> 00:37:22,979 SAM: We know who did it. 857 00:37:23,023 --> 00:37:24,372 We have our own video. 858 00:37:24,416 --> 00:37:25,504 Then give me that information 859 00:37:25,547 --> 00:37:26,722 and let my people bring her in. 860 00:37:26,766 --> 00:37:28,289 CALLEN: Oh, good luck with that. 861 00:37:28,333 --> 00:37:30,248 She's here posing as a college visa student. 862 00:37:30,291 --> 00:37:32,032 The consulate will tie you up with so much diplomatic red tape 863 00:37:32,075 --> 00:37:33,555 you'll never even see her. 864 00:37:33,599 --> 00:37:35,514 Let me worry about that.SAM: She knows she was made. 865 00:37:35,557 --> 00:37:38,081 Twice by us, actually. She's on the run. 866 00:37:38,125 --> 00:37:41,302 If we don't find her soon, we probably never will. 867 00:37:41,346 --> 00:37:43,086 You and I both know you've got nothing. 868 00:37:43,130 --> 00:37:44,784 If we find her, you may actually end up 869 00:37:44,827 --> 00:37:46,655 with a real Russian operative for a change. 870 00:37:47,961 --> 00:37:49,789 Only if we work together to find her. 871 00:37:51,138 --> 00:37:52,705 Fine. 872 00:37:52,748 --> 00:37:55,098 On one condition. 873 00:37:55,142 --> 00:37:56,970 Back the hell off and stop following me. 874 00:37:58,232 --> 00:38:00,930 We weren't following you. 875 00:38:00,974 --> 00:38:04,282 We weren't. Your friend needs help. 876 00:38:04,325 --> 00:38:07,459 I'll spot him at the gym. 877 00:38:07,502 --> 00:38:09,287 Jokes. 878 00:38:21,473 --> 00:38:23,605 Any sign of Zasha Gagarin? 879 00:38:23,649 --> 00:38:26,956 She's probably having dinner at their embassy 880 00:38:27,000 --> 00:38:28,871 in Mexico City by now. 881 00:38:30,438 --> 00:38:32,440 How about the guy she poisoned? 882 00:38:32,484 --> 00:38:36,531 Doesn't look good. He's in a coma. 883 00:38:36,575 --> 00:38:39,665 We have an agent guarding him. 884 00:38:39,708 --> 00:38:42,581 This couldn't have gone much worse. 885 00:38:44,931 --> 00:38:46,846 I'm gonna stake out the Russian consulate. 886 00:38:46,889 --> 00:38:49,457 Um, do you need anything before I leave? 887 00:38:49,501 --> 00:38:52,025 No. No, I'm fine. 888 00:38:55,768 --> 00:38:59,859 I'm sorry this... went off the rails, sir. 889 00:38:59,902 --> 00:39:04,646 You win some, the rest you curse. 890 00:39:04,690 --> 00:39:06,735 Good night, Agent Namazi. 891 00:39:07,867 --> 00:39:09,390 Good night, sir. 892 00:39:14,787 --> 00:39:16,658 [door closes] 893 00:39:18,617 --> 00:39:19,966 Hey. Where's Callen? 894 00:39:20,009 --> 00:39:21,924 Went to check on Arkady. 895 00:39:21,968 --> 00:39:24,623 He's the one who first put Zasha on our radar. 896 00:39:24,666 --> 00:39:26,538 Well, I for one am happy that my day is over. 897 00:39:26,581 --> 00:39:29,584 Warm shower, hit the sack.[laughs]: Oh, yeah, well, 898 00:39:29,628 --> 00:39:30,846 that is not gonna happen, baby, 899 00:39:30,890 --> 00:39:32,413 'cause you and I, we have a date. 900 00:39:32,457 --> 00:39:33,936 Yeah, sorry, babe, that's not happening; I am beat. 901 00:39:33,980 --> 00:39:35,503 Well, you should have thought of that before 902 00:39:35,547 --> 00:39:37,287 you pimped me out to Kirkin as your honeypot. 903 00:39:38,811 --> 00:39:40,421 That's when I leave. 904 00:39:40,465 --> 00:39:41,683 Good night, sports fans. 905 00:39:41,727 --> 00:39:43,076 Good night.Good night. 906 00:39:43,119 --> 00:39:44,512 Uh, what the hell are you talking about? 907 00:39:44,556 --> 00:39:46,079 I think it's called 908 00:39:46,122 --> 00:39:49,038 [as Hannibal Lecter]: quid pro quo, Clarice. 909 00:39:49,082 --> 00:39:51,432 For Kirkin to help us, which, by the way, he barely did, 910 00:39:51,476 --> 00:39:53,608 I now have to help him. 911 00:39:53,652 --> 00:39:56,089 Help him with what? 912 00:39:56,132 --> 00:39:57,873 [camera clicks]Aah! 913 00:39:57,917 --> 00:40:00,136 Smile, Marty. 914 00:40:00,180 --> 00:40:02,182 You're a happy sailor 915 00:40:02,225 --> 00:40:03,401 returning home. 916 00:40:03,444 --> 00:40:05,228 Smile, hooray! 917 00:40:05,272 --> 00:40:06,534 God, that's so bright. 918 00:40:06,578 --> 00:40:08,101 I am a guy that would never wear this. 919 00:40:08,144 --> 00:40:10,320 In fact, nobody on the planet would wear this. 920 00:40:10,364 --> 00:40:11,234 [laughs] 921 00:40:11,278 --> 00:40:12,453 Next. Look at me. 922 00:40:12,497 --> 00:40:14,237 Look at me. Look at me. 923 00:40:14,281 --> 00:40:15,456 And show me 924 00:40:15,500 --> 00:40:17,806 who you really are. 925 00:40:17,850 --> 00:40:20,592 ♪ So sexy it hurts... [toy squeaks] 926 00:40:20,635 --> 00:40:22,028 You're a noble savage. 927 00:40:22,071 --> 00:40:23,638 How am I a noble savage? 928 00:40:23,682 --> 00:40:25,901 I got a frickin' octopus with a top hat. 929 00:40:25,945 --> 00:40:28,426 Give me your wild side. 930 00:40:28,469 --> 00:40:30,558 Yeah, baby, show him your wild side. 931 00:40:30,602 --> 00:40:34,475 Next. This one oozes confidence. 932 00:40:34,519 --> 00:40:37,609 Do you feel the power it gives you? 933 00:40:37,652 --> 00:40:39,698 No. No, I don't feel the power. 934 00:40:39,741 --> 00:40:41,830 What I feel is a rash coming on 935 00:40:41,874 --> 00:40:44,485 from this Cruella de Vil nonsense with your stupid 936 00:40:44,529 --> 00:40:46,444 bear-octopus belly, so I should probably 937 00:40:46,487 --> 00:40:47,793 put some lotion on that before it turns into 938 00:40:47,836 --> 00:40:49,969 a horrible scab. 939 00:40:50,012 --> 00:40:52,145 You promised to model for me. 940 00:40:52,188 --> 00:40:55,148 What do you-- I did. I am, I'm modeling. 941 00:40:55,191 --> 00:40:58,673 It's an entire collection. 30 outfits. 942 00:40:58,717 --> 00:41:00,240 30?!Champagne? 943 00:41:00,283 --> 00:41:01,546 Next. 944 00:41:01,589 --> 00:41:03,591 ♪ I'm too sexy for this song. 945 00:41:16,865 --> 00:41:19,128 [gasps]Why did you kill him? 946 00:41:19,172 --> 00:41:22,349 That was never the plan.I had no choice. 947 00:41:22,392 --> 00:41:24,090 They ordered me to do it. 948 00:41:24,133 --> 00:41:26,135 If I didn't, they'd know something was wrong, 949 00:41:26,179 --> 00:41:27,876 and somebody else would have killed him! 950 00:41:31,184 --> 00:41:32,794 You should have warned me. 951 00:41:32,838 --> 00:41:35,667 Then they would have killed both of us. 952 00:41:35,710 --> 00:41:38,060 I diluted the poison as much as I could, 953 00:41:38,104 --> 00:41:39,627 but it had to look real. 954 00:41:39,671 --> 00:41:41,760 I thought...You thought what? 955 00:41:41,803 --> 00:41:43,936 The dosage would make him very sick, 956 00:41:43,979 --> 00:41:45,807 but not kill him. 957 00:41:45,851 --> 00:41:48,244 Well, he's as good as dead now. 958 00:41:49,594 --> 00:41:53,336 I'm sorry. I tried. 959 00:41:53,380 --> 00:41:54,990 What did you want me to do? 960 00:41:55,034 --> 00:41:56,383 Where are they sending you? 961 00:41:56,426 --> 00:41:58,211 They haven't said. 962 00:41:58,254 --> 00:42:00,735 Tell me when they do. 963 00:42:04,652 --> 00:42:07,742 Zasha... 964 00:42:07,786 --> 00:42:11,224 if you double-cross me, I will kill you. 965 00:42:24,846 --> 00:42:26,805 Captioning sponsored by CBS 966 00:42:26,848 --> 00:42:28,850 Captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH access.wgbh.org 64933

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