08
May
21

🔴 Script 8:16 Nicholas Obenrader

 

🔴 Script 8:16 Nicholas Obenrader (№ 133)

 
NBC’s series The Blacklist starring James Spader and Megan Boone
Series created by: Jon Bokenkamp
Program air date: 5/7/2021 in the US (7pm Central/Chicago Time)
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STATUS: ⭕ Pending ⭕ Rough ⭕ Preliminary 🔴 FINAL
STATUS: 🚫 Pending 🌒 Rough 🌓 Preliminary  Final
Last updated: 5/9/2021 at 1:15am CT [ Central/Chicago time ]

 

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Directed by: Daniel Willis
Written by: Taylor Martin

 
SERIES STARS:
 
Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington – James Spader
Elizabeth Keen – Megan Boone
Donald Ressler – Diego Klattenhoff
Harold Cooper – Harry Lennix
Aram Mojtabai – Amir Arison
Alina Park – Laura Sohn
Dembe Zuma – Hisham Tawfiq
 
GUEST STARS:
 
Remy Noel – Harry Bouvy
Rocco – Clinton Brandhagen
Bryan Heller – Todd Alan Cain
Female Co-worker #2 – Ava Eisenson
Jax – Chloe Freeman
Godwin Page – Christopher Gurr
Ivan Stepanov/Eastern Friend – David E Harrison
Vandyke – Lukas Hassel
Nigel Fellows– Daryll Heysham
Charles Totten – Michael Thomas Holmes
Thom McCarty – John Keating
Blake Brown – Kineta Kunutu
Esi Jackson – Kecia Lewis
Dark Suit #1 – Ryan Love
Agnes Keen – Hazel Mason
Female Co-worker #1 – Anna Moon
Bartender – Jean-FrançoisOgoubiyi
CSI – Erin Quill
Landlord – Tyrone L Robinson
Neville Townsend – Reg Rogers
Becker – Andrew Rothenberg
Priya Laghari – Rana Roy
Nicholas Obenrader – Nick Westrate

 

Note: OurBoard provides a raw version of each script (the screen captions). These typically are available by noon the next day, but can be delayed by a day or more. I add the speakers, formatting, and descriptive material when called for. Red’s lines are highlighted as Red:. And Liz’s lines are now Liz:. I am sure there are mistakes.

 

 

 

🔴 Script 8:16 Nicholas Obenrader (№ 133)

 

Brief (Where we’re at):

Leaving Red little time to mourn Anne, Red and Dembe were alerted by an associate, Professor Belsky, a one-time KGB communications expert, that Liz had been in touch seeking information on a Soviet-era decryption machine known as the Russian Knot. This is the machine Red uses to communicate with his Friend in the East. Liz had found information about the device and some half-decoded messages in a storage locker belonging to her mother. But the story Red told Cooper was that Liz and Townsend wanted to use the last copy of the machine, in a museum in Minsk, to communicate with an associate. So, both Cooper’s team and Liz’s team showed up at the same time. Unable to bring herself to shoot Ressler to keep the device, the FBI team got it, but needed the instructions Liz had from her mother to use it. They let Ressler and Liz try to read a message with it, but it only spit out a list of numbers. Then Cooper double-crossed Ressler and sent in a Delta Team to apprehend Liz which she was only able to evade with an army of Liz look-alikes.

Later Red told Cooper that each of the numbers corresponded to a letter in the alphabet and voilá. Which Cooper told the task force and Ressler told Liz. But the messages left by Liz’s mother were in Russian, so they needed to be translated. Cooper thinks the point of the exercise was to keep Liz from acquiring the Russian Knot, so he let Red keep the device. But Liz wanted it to decode messages between Red and ?? in Russia. So Red won the hand. His Friend in the East received a message on his Russian Knot machine: “Decoy worked. Situation averted.”

Also, Red and Dembe were asked over to visit with Glen Carter’s mother, Paula, who had deftly let Dembe know she knew their real names weren’t “Bill and Steven.” Turns out, she’d found the manuscript of a book Glen had been writing titled “My Man Ray” about his and Red’s wild times together and which, well, ‘named names.’ Speaking of names, Paula let it be known that she has been recently re-employed by the phone company where she could get almost any (you name it: names, addresses, phone numbers, billing info etc) – by being, you know, just irrepressibly sweet. For instance, she was able to find Anne Foster’s college-age daughter, Emma. So, posing as Anne’s estate attorney, Red told Emma that Anne left her an inheritance of $3 million. Emma immediately guessed it was from the fugitive Anne told her she’d fallen in love with. Red didn’t deny it, asking Emma to think about it, use some of it to pay off her debts, and consider giving the rest to charity. Emma asked “Tell me, a man like that – Do you think he’ll ever get what’s coming to him?” Red paused and replied, “I do.”

 
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[ Kelmund Realty, a real estate listing agency, has received notice it’s about to be audited. The manager, Bryan Heller, is meeting with a man named Becker ]
Heller: [ Nervously ] When I agreed to launder the money for Townsend, you said it would all fly under the radar, and now I’ve got the IRS breathing down my neck.
Becker: Have you spoken with any of your associates about our arrangement?
Heller: Did you hear what I said? I could go to prison!
Becker: Your associates. Do they know?
Heller: Just Charlie. I had to. He– He does our accounting.
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[ Two women talk with Charles Totten, the accountant, standing by their desks ]
Charles Totten: I don’t have a good feeling about this. Do you have a good feeling about this?
Female Co-worker #1: All I know is corporate sent this guy to advise about the IRS thing. He’s like a consultant.
Female Co-worker #2: I’m sure we have nothing to worry about. Companies get audited all the time, right?
Charles Totten: Yeah. [ Chuckles ] Right.
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[ Becker puts a folder into his briefcase ]
Becker: Alright, I think we’re all set here.
Bryan Heller: All set? What’s the plan? You said you were taking care of this!
Becker: Mr. Heller, I’ve already taken care of it. By this time tomorrow, the audit will be closed.
Heller: I don’t understand. If it’s taken care of, why are you here?
Becker: To ask you to move away from the window.
[ Becker takes out a gun with a silencer ]
Heller: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Please. No! No, no! No, no, no, no!
[ Silenced gunshot (💥) ] [ Thud ]

 
Female Co-worker #2: So, what did you think about that–
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[ Becker walks over, waves them toward a storage room ]
Becker: Ladies. If you don’t mind. – Where’s Charlie?
Female Co-worker #1: I don’t know. He was just here. Should we wait for him?
Becker: No need. This will be quick.
[ They enter the storage room ] [ Two silenced gunshots (💥)(💥) ] [ Thudding ]
[ Becker checks Charles Totten’s desk, finds a photo of him at a cabin with another man, He takes the photo ]
[ Cellphone beeps🔅, dials ]
Becker: Send in the crew. It’s time to disinfect. Tell Obenrader there’s one loose end.

 
[ The kitchen of Red’s restaurant ] [ Red and Dembe talk to Thom McCarty ]
Dembe: How’s Teva?
Thom McCarty: [ Irish accent ] She graduates from Boston University in May.
Dembe: It’s already been four years?
McCarty: She wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for this one.
Red: Oh, no, no, no, no. It was all Teva. Although, I do write an excellent recommendation letter. It’s an endangered talent.
McCarty: I hope you asked me here to pay back the favor. You need something boosted, tell me where and when, I’ll send me crew.
Red: Thom, rumor has it your crew does some work for Neville Townsend.
McCarty: We freelance for him. The occasionally gig. He picks the target, we do the job. Proceeds get split 60-40.
Red: Actually, they don’t.
McCarty: What are you talking about?
Red: Luis Espinoza. You know him?
McCarty: Sure. The jobs I do for Townsend – he assigns them.
Red: To you and everyone else. Espinoza manages all of Townsend’s heisting and boosting, his capers and pilferage. He decides which crews work on which jobs. Now, you take 40%. The crews he prefers to assign take 30% and kick back 10% to him. Knowing you to be a principled thief, I assume that’s not a wheel you are greasing.
McCarty: It’s not. Which could explain why Espinoza just pulled us off a job in Berlin. Our take would’ve been seven figures.
Red: 10% of which is now being paid to him by the crew he sent in your place.
McCarty: That sniveling weasel. Does Townsend know about this?
Red: I don’t believe so. If he did, Espinoza would be out.
McCarty: And here I thought it was my turn to do you the favor.
[ Knock on door ]
Red: Please congratulate Teva for us. If she’s interested in law school, I know the predilections of several Ivy League Deans. Nice to see you, old friend.
McCarty: You, too.
[ Ressler enters ]
Ressler: Thom McCarty?
McCarty: Yeah. We know each other?
Ressler: No. Only by reputation.
Red: Thom, this is Donald Ressler. Careful what you say. Black shoes, cheap suit, flat stomach, regulation cut. Don’t get me wrong. He’s bent, just not as bent as we might like.
McCarty: I’ll be on my way then.
Red: Safe travels, Thom.
[ McCarty leaves ]
Red: Why must you always be early?
[ Door closes ]
Ressler: Why must you only associate with crooks?
Red: Criminals, Donald, not crooks.
Ressler: You can call a prostitute an escort. She’s still a hooker.
Red: After all these years, you still see the world in black and white.
Ressler: Oh, I see in gray. I just do my best to avoid it. Along with small talk. You said you had a case.
Red: More like a riddle. I recently learned that Townsend laundered money through a listing agency called Kelmund Realty. Unfortunately, the cooked books came to the attention of the IRS.
Ressler: Sounds pretty fortunate to me.
Red: If looked at in black and white. The gray of it is – 72 hours after the IRS gave Kelmund notice of an audit, they no longer exist. They vanished. The employees, their accounts, employment records, articles of incorporation – gone. Along with the IRS audit.
Ressler: So, the riddle is how they pulled off this magic trick.
Red: It’s not the how, Donald. It’s the who – Nicholas Obenrader.

 
[ The Post Office ] [ Ressler briefs the task force ]
Ressler: 2009. Yakuza profits dip during the Great Recession. 2012. Brazil’s two largest gangs merge. 2018. The head of Le Milieu is assassinated, creating a power vacuum. Three continents, three criminal enterprises in crisis. And according to Reddington, one common thread – Nicholas Obenrader.
Cooper: A management consultant to criminal organizations.
Ressler: For the Yakuza, he rerouted laundered assets through tax havens like Ireland. He was a headhunter for Le Milieu, and in Brazil, he oversaw the downsizing that occurred after the merger.
Aram: How do you downsize a criminal enterprise? What – do people get a golden parachute or a bullet to the head?
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[ Men remove wrapped and taped bodies from the back of a truck into a waiting hole in the ground ]
Nicholas Obenrader: Dump and cover. We’re out of here in 15.
Man: [ Shows photo ] Mr. Obenrader, this is the one who Becker said got away.
Obenrader: Tell Becker he’s fired. I don’t like loose ends. I’ll take care of this one myself.
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Ressler: Reddington said that Obenrader’s gone in-house for Townsend.
Aram: Well, that’s why he gave us this case. If Townsend hired Obenrader as his management consultant, he’ll know everything about his organization.
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Obenrader: [ On phone ] It’s done. We still have one more loose end to tie up, but your IRS problem is no longer a problem.
Neville Townsend: Good, because it seems I may have another problem I need your help with. It’s come to my attention that Espinoza may be feathering his own nest. If that’s true, I’ll be looking for a replacement.
[ Cellphone beeps🔅]
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Park: Do we have photos of Obenrader?
Ressler: No. No photos, no prints, no surveillance. Obenrader’s an alias. We know what he does, just not who he is.
Cooper: He may have made Kelmund Realty disappear– [ Cellphone rings✨] –on paper, but they had an office. Go to it. See what you can find. [ Answers phone ] Harold Cooper.
Liz: [ On phone ] Have you read the messages I gave you?
[ Cooper puts the phone on speaker ]
Liz: The ones Reddington and his handler exchanged through the Post?
Cooper: Yes, we all have. You’re on with the team.
Liz: Well, what did they say? Any news on these mysterious assets?
Ressler: No. The messages were urgent and vague at the same time, but we were able to identify an address. A cafe in Paris. It was referred to a couple of times in past messages and once again recently.
Cooper: We’re hoping to pull a surveillance image or maybe get a positive ID on the handler. I’m sending Aram to investigate.
Aram: April in Paris. Have fun at the strip mall.
Agnes: [ In distance ] Mommy, I’m done!
Liz: Oh, I’ll be right there, honey.
Aram: Agnes? How’s she doing?
Liz: She’s really good. But I think we’ll all be a lot better when this is done. So, what’s the address in Paris? ⋘⋙ I wanna help.
Cooper: I think it would be best if we took care of this ourselves.
Liz: I’m the reason you know to go to Paris in the first place. I’m the one who got you the messages to decrypt.
Cooper: Which is why we shared with you what they said.
Liz: If Aram gets a positive ID on Reddington’s handler, will you share that with me, too?
Cooper: No. But hopefully, we’ll be able to question him and find out what he knows.
Liz: What he knows is Reddington is N-13.
Cooper: And if, or when, he tell us that, we will take the appropriate action.
Liz: Appropriate action? Against Reddington? I think we all know that’s never gonna happen.
Cooper: It will if he’s an enemy of the state. Sit tight, Liz, and let us do our job.
[ Cellphone beeps🔅]
Agent Park: I sometimes forget. All this, and she’s dragging a child with her.
Aram: Liz’s mom abandoned her. She would never do the same to Agnes.

 
[ The Landlord leads Ressler and Park through the location of Kelmund Realty ] [ The site has been cleaned. Everything looks normal ]
Landlord: I don’t understand why you think this is a crime scene.
Ressler: Because two and two doesn’t equal five.
Landlord: No.
Ressler: Did they skip out on the rent?
Landlord: No. They’re paid up for the next six months.
Ressler: Did they leave a forwarding address?
Landlord: No address, no phone number.
Park: What bank was the rent check drawn from?
Landlord: They paid cash.
Ressler: Okay. So, let’s do the math. They disappear after paying half a year’s rent in cash. They leave no forwarding address or phone number, and, uh, oh, yeah, all of this after they find out that the IRS is auditing them. Does that add up to you?
CSI: Office has been scrubbed. No prints or personal effects, but there is one thing you should see. Found blood on the windowsill in the back storage room.
Ressler: Alright, run it for DNA. See if we can’t get a match. Looks like we got a runner.
Park: Yeah, but running from what?

 
[ Neville Townsend is⚡️punching⚡️a person in a sack hanging from the ceiling like a punching bag ]
[ ⚡️Punches⚡️landing ] [ Grunting ]
Godwin: If now’s not a good time–
Townsend: Loyalty, Godwin. Loyalty and trust. Nothing matters more.
[ Grunting ]
Godwin: About that. I’m concerned Keen may be feeding the FBI information.
Townsend: Or she’s using them to feed information to us.
[ ⚡️Punching⚡️continues ]
Godwin: You asked me to monitor her communications with them. Her contact is an Agent Donald Ressler.
Townsend: And who’s whispering sweet nothings to whom?
Godwin: We’ll know soon enough. Keen changes her burner regularly, but Agent Ressler’s phone is FBI-issue. I reached out to our asset at the Bureau. We’re up on his line.
[ ⚡️Punching⚡️continues ]
Townsend: I trust Keen! But then again, I trusted Espinoza! And look what that got me!
[ The bag is cut down. Townsend unzips it ] [ Espinoza is inside, battered and bloody ]
Townsend: My problem is I’m just too trusting, aren’t I, Mr. Espinoza? Call Obenrader. Tell him to put his headhunter hat on. Tell him that Espinoza’s employment contract has been terminated!

 
[ The Post Office ]
Ressler: The blood sample seems to belong to a Charles Totten.
Cooper: Who must have cut himself trying to escape.
Ressler: The employees at Kelmund Realty didn’t just disappear. They were professionally cleaned – Along with their prints and hard drives.
Park: We sent a unit to Totten’s home. He’s not there, and he’s not answering his phone. But we traced a credit card purchase to a gas station in Deer Lake.
Ressler: Homeowners in the area include a William Totten. Could be his brother.
Cooper: If you’re right and Totten is a loose end, Obenrader knows it and will want to tie it off. We need to get to him first.

 
[ Paris, France ] [ Sirens wailing in distance ] [ Indistinct conversations ]
[ Aram sits in a parked car. He opens a paper bag. Inside is a croissant ]
Aram: Oh.
[ Car door opens ] [ Liz gets into the front seat. Her bearded, wild-looking man gets into the back seat ]
Aram: Whoa.
Liz: [ Happily ] Hey!
Aram: What are you doing here? What? Uh– who’s he?
Liz: Oh, Rocco’s my security.
Aram: Rocco? Rocco? Really?
Liz: I hope there’s a croissant in there. I am starving. Ah! Yes!
[ Liz digs out the croissant ]
Aram: Did Mr. Cooper change his mind about you helping out?
Liz: [ Chewing, mumbling ] I don’t know. Maybe.
Aram: Maybe. Which means no. Which means you’re not supposed to be here.
Liz: This is so delicious. You want a bite?
Aram: Well, not anymore.
Liz: Oh, come on. Don’t be a spoil-sport.
Aram: I wasn’t until you showed up. And just how did you show up? I mean, how– how exactly did you find me?
Liz: Well, I know the FBI flies into Le Bourget. I know you use G5s. Le Bourget. G5. Et voilà! Shall we?
Aram: What? Whoa. You are, uh, not going in there with me.
Liz: I did not come all this way just to eat your croissant.
Aram: Fine. But we go in as cops, not criminals. We follow the rules. Can you do that?
Liz: There’s only one way to find out.
[ Car door opens ]
Aram: Whoa. Okay. Just wait. Wait, wait, wait.
[ Horns honk in distance ]

 
[ Mid-tempo music playing ] [ Inside the restaurant, they approach a bartender ]
Aram: Excusez-moi.
Bartender: Bonjour.
Aram: Uh. Agent Mojtabai et Keen. Uh. Nous travaillons pour le FBI.
Bartender: So what?
Aram: Ah. Uh. En anglais. He, uh, he speaks English. Uh, okay. Magnifique. So, we believe that two people we’re investigating have met here on a number of occasions. Now, we know who one of the men is, but not the other, and, well, looking at your security footage would go a long way to helping us figure that out.
Bartender: Forget it. I’m not helping you. I’m a bartender, not an informant.
Aram: No. No, no, no. Believe me, I-I understand. But these are some really bad people doing terrible things.
Bartender: Yeah? Like what?
Liz: Well, for starters, they love pointing guns at people’s heads.
[ Rocco points his gun at the Bartender’s head ]
Aram: Whoa. No. Whoa. Rocco. Rocco!
Liz: And when they don’t get their way, they pull the trigger.
Bartender: Hey, you said you were FBI.
Liz: He’s FBI. Rocco’s certifiable. So – how about those security feeds?

 
[ Sarasota FL ]
[ Red sits in his plane reading a newspaper ] [ Footsteps approaching ]
[ Dembe appears with man named Remy Noel dressed in racing gear ]
Red: Remy! How was the race?
Remy: Unfinished.
Dembe: I found him right at the end of the biking leg.
Remy: Imagine my surprise, seeing Dembe in Sarasota. I know. I haven’t called you back.
Red: It’s true. You have been a bit dodgy. But if you had picked up when I called, I never would have learned there was such a singularly dreadful thing as an ironman.
Remy: You never heard of an ironman?
Red: Not unless you’re referring to Rodin’s Balzac. There’s a funny phrase. “Rodin’s Balzac.” Although that’s bronze, not iron. So, no, I’ve never heard of one. Please, hydrate.
[ Remy drinks from a flask ]
Red: And answer the question I called you about.
Remy: Your message said you wanted to talk to Priya. She’s my most valuable asset.
Red: Which is why I want her to be an asset of mine. If she agrees, I’ll compensate you for your loss.
Remy: Pennies on the dollar.
Red: [ Chuckling ] Pennies on the dollar?! Dembe, are you listening to this? Pennie– I’ve never paid pennies on the dollar in my life. If I’m known for anything, it’s for overpaying. He’s forever trying to get me to show some restraint. But listen, we can resolve this right now. I can get Edward to take it up to a few thousand feet, circle back around, come in over the 18th hole, and drop you right into the grandstand. We’ve done it before. I’m sure we’ll do it again.
Remy: She’s in London. A client hired her to recover a rare book. She’s scheduled to deliver it to him at Ingram Rare Books in Kensington.
Red: Good. Off you go. Dembe will drop you wherever you like. If I were you, I’d like the finish line.

 
[ Aram and Liz are looking at the surveillance footage ]
Aram: I want to ask you a question, and – I need you to give an honest answer.
Liz: Okay.
Aram: The bartender. If he hadn’t given us the surveillance video, would – you have let Rocco shoot him?
Liz: No.
Aram: ⋘⋙ Is Agnes really doing well?
Liz: She really is. Where we live is quiet and peaceful. I found this amazing woman to help me with her.
Aram: How do you do it? Stay ahead of us. Fight Mr. Reddington. Raise a kid. I’m not giving you the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, but the fact that you can do it all– I mean, I sit by my computer all day, and by 8:00, I’m in my pajamas on the couch, eating rainbow sherbet, watching reruns of “Our Planet.”
Liz: Thank you.
Aram: It was a question, not a compliment.
Liz: It sounded like an acknowledgement. And I don’t get a lot of that nowadays.
Aram: I can’t believe you ate my croissant.
Liz: [ Chuckles ]
Aram: Of all the things you’ve done, that might be one of the worst.
Liz: I’ve done some awful things.
Aram: I know. That’s how much I was looking forward to eating it.
Liz: I tell you what. After this is over, I’ll buy you a patisserie.
Aram: You’re that rich?
Liz: Whoever said crime doesn’t pay – [ Whispers ] wasn’t very good at it.
Aram: Oh, my– Whoa, whoa.
[ Aram sees on the surveillance the outline of Red, followed several meters behind by his “Friend in the East” ]
[ Aram backs up the tape ]
Aram: There we go. [ Keys clicking ] There’s Mr. Reddington.
Liz: Which means that little fellow must be his handler.

 
[ Ressler and Park walk up to the door of a cabin ]
[ Door creaks ] [ Door closes ]
Nicholas Obenrader: Can I help you?
Ressler: Agents Ressler and Park. FBI. Are you William Totten?
Obenrader: Yes. What can I do for you?
Agent Park: We’re looking for your brother, Charles Totten.
Obenrader: Oh, um, he’s not here. Is everything okay?
Park: We’re going to need to ask you a few questions about him.
Obenrader: Of course. Come on in.
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Park: What was the last time you saw your brother?
Obenrader: Gosh, must be a couple weeks ago now.
Ressler: We have reason to believe that he was in the area as recently as yesterday. He didn’t check in?
Obenrader: No. I mean, he comes up here sometimes to fish, but it’s– Is he in some sort of trouble?
Ressler: Well, I wish I could tell you, but, uh, our investigation’s ongoing.
[ Park sees a man lying on the floor in the bedroom. She spins, pointing her gun at Obenrader ]
Park: Hands!
[ Ressler subdues Obenrader ] [ Grunts ]
Park: Whoever the hell you are, you’re under arrest.
[ Handcuffs click ]

 
[ The Post Office ] [ An interrogation room ]
Obenrader: I don’t know who the dead guy is, and I don’t remember how I got there. All I know – is that I’m not saying any more.
Park: His name was Charles Totten. So we’re clear, the CIA’s filing paperwork to move you to a black site if you don’t start talking about your relationship with Neville Townsend.
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[ Cooper’s office ]
Aram: Sir?
[ Knocks on door ]
Aram: Sir, we got a hit. I enhanced the image of the man Mr. Reddington was meeting with in Paris and ran his face through the database. Russia desk kicked him back as one Ivan Stepanov.
Cooper: He’s SVR?
Aram: Officially, yes. Not so officially, he’s believed to be a high ranking member of Zaslon, running black op around the globe.
Cooper: So Keen was right. Reddington’s using coded messages to arrange clandestine meetings with a known Russian intelligence officer.
[ Cellphone ringing✨]
Aram: Uh, what are you gonna tell Mr. Reddington?
Cooper: About this and Keen? Not a word. How was she?
Aram: Infuriating. [ Ringing✨continues ] But I’d be lying if I said it didn’t feel good to be on the same team again.
Cooper: I know the feeling. Reddington.
[ Aram leaves ]
Red: Harold. Where are you with Obenrader? Any progress?
Cooper: More than progress.
[ Door closes ]
Cooper: Agents Park and Ressler brought him in. Park’s interrogating him now.
Red: So, we’re right on schedule.
Cooper: On schedule for what?
Red: Harold, I’m afraid I have to come clean. I haven’t been entirely forthright with you on this case, and I know we discussed being – more open and honest with each other.
Cooper: We have.
Red: The truth is, I have no expectation that Mr. Obenrader will talk, let alone reveal any meaningful details about Townsend or his organization. Mr. Obenrader understands the blowback on his loved ones would be far too great.
Cooper: We’ll see about that.
Red: Don’t– Uh, hold on, Harold. I didn’t put the man on your radar so you could play detective. I put the man on your radar so that you could help me make a new friend.
Cooper: And how’s that supposed to happen?

 
Ressler: So, we’re not only in bed with Reddington, but we’re also getting into bed with Priya Laghari?
Cooper: That’s correct.
Park: Uh, back up. Who’s Priya Laghari?
Aram: Only a world renowned thief who dabbles in jewels and art and classified intelligence.
Cooper: She’s been on the Bureau’s radar for years, but we’ve never come close to catching her.
Ressler: So, instead of arresting her, we’re gonna work with her. Why enable Reddington like this when he’s been blatantly lying to us?
Aram: And not to pile on, sir, but we did just learn that Mr. Reddington has been canoodling with a Russian intelligence operative in Paris.
Cooper: Neville Townsend is incredibly dangerous, to the public and to Elizabeth. So anything that gets us closer to him is a win in my book. Besides, I’d rather keep Reddington close while we look into his relationship with Ivan Stepanov.
Park: If he finds out we’re investigating this, he’ll kill the guy like he killed Rakitin.
Cooper: Agreed. So he better not find out.
Ressler: Or we could just pull Stepanov off the street.
Park: He’s a Russian citizen. The DOJ’s never going to approve that.
Aram: Liz wouldn’t need their approval. I know, I know, I know. It’s a terrible idea that completely sucks. We cannot trust her. She’s not an agent. And abducting an SVR agent is illegal and could lead to a huge scandal if anyone ever found out. But just – let it suck for a second.
Park: ⋘⋙ Okay, still sucks.
Cooper: I agree. It’s a terrible idea. But it’s possible that every other idea is worse. We can’t go through official channels to question an SVR agent, yet we find ourselves working with a CI who may be that SVR agent’s top asset in this country. You said it yourself, Alina – The minute Reddington finds out that we know about Stepanov, he may kill him, and try as we might to keep it from him, we know that Reddington will probably find out what we know. Which means we have a narrow window to find and question Stepanov. Reach out to Keen.

 
[ The group disperses. Ressler makes the call ]
[ Cellphone beeps🔅, dialing ] [ Line rings✨]
Female Voice: Record at the tone. [ Beeps🔅]
Ressler: Hey, Keen, it’s me. Reddington’s handler – His name is Ivan Stepanov. He’s SVR. Likely tied in with Zaslon. Now, we can’t get to him. Not officially.
[ Townsend’s man Vandyke is listening in on calls between Ressler and Liz. He begins scribbling notes ]
Ressler: So, Cooper’s sanctioned an extraction, and he wants you to do the extracting.

 
[ London, England ] [ Ingram Rare Books ]
[ Footsteps ] [ Priya Laghari approaches ]
[ Doorbell buzzes ] [ Footsteps ] [ Door creaks ]
Nigel Fellows: Do you have it?
[ She points to her purse. He lets her in ]
Nigel: How did you get it through customs?
Priya Laghari: Packed in my underwear in my suitcase.
Nigel: You packed a lost book from the 14th century with your knickers?
Priya: You want it or not?
Nigel: The cash is inside.
[ Nigel Fellows turns to unlock the door of a large safe. He insists Priya turn her back while he turns the combination lock ]
Priya: [ Sighs ]
[ Lock clicks ] [ Vault door opens ]
[ ‼️ Crash ‼️ ]
Red: Oh!
[ Red was inside the vault, sleeping ]
Red: Oh, God. [ Getting up ] Oh, my– Oh, my stars. I’ve dozed off in caves and coffins, even squeezed between the inside and the outside of the hull of a cargo plane, but – my hand to God – I have not slept that soundly since math class.
Nigel: What’s going on? How did you get in here?
[ Priya turns to leave ]
Red: Ah, ah, ah. Priya. Not so fast.
[ Dembe corrals Priya back ]
Nigel: I’ll get to the bottom of this.
Red: I wouldn’t bet on it.
[ Cellphone beeping🔅]
Priya: What is this?
Red: This is where Nigel walks so you and I can talk.
[ Dembe escorts Nigel away ]
Nigel: [ Stammers ]
Red: Please close the door. I’d like this part to be private.

 
[ Neville Townsend listens to the recording of the call Ressler left for Liz that Vandyke recorded ]

[ Recording: ]
Ressler: Reddington’s handler – His name is Ivan Stepanov. He’s SVR. Likely tied in with Zaslon. Now, we can’t get to him. Not officially. So, Cooper’s sanctioned an extraction, and he wants you to do the extracting.

Townsend: How long ago was this?
Vandyke: No more than 10 minutes.
Townsend: Has there been contact since?
Vandyke: If she called him back, it wasn’t on the cell we’ve tapped.
Godwin Page: Sir, I believe you have to ask yourself why Miss Keen is working behind the scenes with the Bureau? She said she came to you because she couldn’t trust the Bureau.
Townsend: And they couldn’t trust her.
Vandyke: If they’re right – If they’ve ID’d Reddington’s handler – That’s a game changer.
Townsend: Have our people in Moscow get eyes on this Stepanov, and tell Roman to assemble a team.
Godwin: What about Miss Keen?
Townsend: Give her a job. Doesn’t matter what it is. Keep her here and keep her occupied until we know what it is we’re dealing with.
⋘⋙
Blake Brown: Elizabeth, excuse me. Do you have a moment? Mr. Townsend’s asking.
Liz: Uh, sure thing. What’s going on?

 
[ In the safe ]
Priya Laghari: This is a first. Typically, clients want me to break into safes, not meet inside of them.
Red: I would think it a terrible curse to be typical.
Priya: Let me guess. I stole something from you. A painting. Jewelry. [ Gasps ] Your heart?
Red: I want to be your angel.
Priya: Not interested.
Red: I imagine they’d be terribly expensive, these heists you pull. All those gadgets and gizmos, the glass cutters and suction cups. Have you ever scaled the side of a glass building?
Priya: It’s on my list.
Red: Good. I hope that list is a long one, because whatever is on it, I’m here to provide. Not just money or toys– They’re easy. I’m talking about a life, one where you can walk away from your clients and thieve just for the fun of it.
Priya: I know who you are.
Red: Then you know I can afford to make this the last job you ever have to take. One job. That’s all I need.
Priya: What do I have to steal?
Red: Nothing. I want you to infiltrate Neville Townsend’s organization.

 
[ Nicholas Obenrader’s cell ] [ Door opens ]
Park: Get up.
Obenrader: What’s going on?
Park: You’re taking a trip.
[ Handcuffs clinking ]
⋘⋙
[ Ressler drives the van transporting Obenrader; Park rides shotgun ]
Obenrader: Where are you taking me? You can’t just transport me. I have rights. I haven’t even spoken to my lawyer.
Ressler: Where you’re headed, Nicholas, you don’t get a lawyer.
[ Park’s radio beeps🔅]
Park: D-6 inbound. Cargo on deck.
Man: Copy that.
[ Radio chatter ]
⋘⋙
[ They pull over to a place where several other vehicles wait. Ressler and Park get out ]
Dark Suit #1: He give you any trouble?
Park: No. Teddy bear. Is that the paperwork?
Obenrader: Who are these guys? What is this?
Ressler: Well, we gave you a chance to talk. Now it’s their turn.
Obenrader: Whose turn? Where are you taking me?
Dark Suit #1: It’s a long flight, buddy. You gotta take a whiz, I suggest you do that now.
Ressler: Gun!
[ 💥💥💥 Gunfire 💥💥💥 ]
[ Park and Ressler are hit and fall ]
Park: Aah!
[ Indistinct shouting ]
Man: Go, go, go!
[ The assailants hussle Obenrader into the back of a large van and speed away ]

 
[ Inside the van Obenrader sits across from Red ]
Obenrader: What’s going on? Who are you?
Red: I can tell you who we’re not. The CIA. And that’s good news for you.

 
[ Back at the scene of the shooting, Ressler and Park are alive; the attack was staged ]
Dark Suit #1: You okay?
Ressler: Yeah. Yeah. I’m fine.
Park: [ Getting up ] Oh.
[ Both get up ]
Park: Do you think he bought it?
Ressler: I mean, I bought it.
[ He opens his jacket to show all the fake bullet holes ]

 
[ Inside the van ]
Red: You know what I love? I love a good mystery. Like, what’s in all these boxes? Of course, a mystery is only as good as the story around it. So here’s yours – 10 minutes ago, you were headed for a black site, scratchy, polyester jumpsuits, bright lights all night, horrific food, crushing solitude. Irrelevance.
Obenrader: I appreciate what you did, and I would happily return the favor by doing a thorough overview of your entire organization free of charge.
Red: [ Laughing ] Oh, my gosh! The things you’d find! Square pegs in round holes, misfits and outliers. But you know what? I like it that way. I trust how it feels. The only things I consult are my gut and my friend. [ Waves to Dembe ]
Obenrader: And why did your gut tell you to save me?
Red: How do you know it wasn’t my friend? But I digress. Neville Townsend asked you to find someone to manage the heist crews he employs. I have a candidate.
Obenrader: I don’t discuss client business. I’m sure that you can appreciate the need for discretion.
Red: I can, and I do. But I find myself in the unusual position where indiscretion is the better part of valor. So allow me to be indiscrete. “Spoiler alert,” as they say. The boxes contain an exhaustive archival record of your clients. Names. Dates. Numbers. A who, what, where, when, and how of your livelihood.
Obenrader: That’s the mystery – My client list.
Red: It is. And what I might do with your client list.
Obenrader: Who’s the candidate?
Red: Priya Laghari. I assume her reputation precedes her.
Obenrader: The Iranian nuclear deal. The Matisse in Rotterdam. [ Scoffs ] Normally, I’d consider myself lucky to find such a worthy replacement.
Red: Luck had nothing to do with it. I need someone inside Townsend’s organization. So, I soured him on Espinoza, Townsend took him out, called you in, and here we are.
Obenrader: I consult with Mr. Townsend about personnel, avoiding redundancy, and profit maximization. I have no interest in his politics or rivalries, or in placing a mole within his organization.
Red: Fine. Then you can volunteer.
Obenrader: [ Sniffles ] [ Chuckles ] I consult with Mr. Townsend virtually or over the phone. We’ve never met. I don’t even know where he works.
Red: Mm. Miss Laghari then. Advocate for her and you can keep your client list to yourself.

 
[ Townsend shows Priya Laghari’s résumé to Liz ]
Townsend: Obenrader raved about her, and you can see why. Laghari has an outstanding résumé.
Liz: Why are you showing this to me?
Townsend: I value your opinion.
Liz: About what thief to hire?
Townsend: We’re partners in going after Reddington, and when that ends, I’m hoping our partnership can continue, and– and don’t– Don’t say no until you let me show you more of what I do, starting with Laghari. I’d like you to bring her in.
Liz: What– Now? Well, I have a meeting with someone else.
Godwin Page: Excuse me, sir. I’ve heard from Vandyke.
Townsend: The pickup instructions are in the file. This is important to me, Elizabeth. This person you’re supposed to meet – Is there any chance you can meet them later?
Liz: Of course.
[ Liz leaves ]
⋘⋙
[ Godwin Page steps forward ]
Godwin: Our man in Moscow has confirmed Stepanov’s location.
Townsend: I want it done quickly. I’ve stalled Keen, but she may already have assets on the ground.
Godwyin: What you said – about briefing her on what we do – If she’s working with the FBI–
[ Townsend⚡️slams⚡️his hand down forcefully on the table. He shakes his forefinger at Godwin ]
Townsend: “If” does me no good. I need confirmation, and the best way to get it is by pretending to trust her when I don’t.

 
[ Aram, Ressler and Agent Park wait at various locations around a park ]
Agent Park: Remind me again what we’re doing.
Aram: We’re gonna track Laghari from her pickup point to Townsend.
Park: And why are we doing that? Can’t Laghari just tell us his location once she gets there. After all, she’s spying for us.
Ressler: No, she’s spying for Reddington. In exchange for cooperating, we got Reddington to agree to let us follow her to wherever Townsend works or lives.
Park: I have a 20. East side of the park. Heading north.
Aram: Okay. Here we go.
Park: What about Keen? We’re working with her to find Reddington’s handler. Why can’t she tell us?
Ressler: I wish she would, but she won’t. Not until it’s done.
Aram: What’s done?
Ressler: I wish I knew.
[ Priya Laghari sits on a bench ] [ Cellphone✨ringing✨in a bag. Priya answers ]
Jax: [ On phone ] The blue van. By the curb.
[ Ressler trails Priya ]
Ressler: [ Over radio ] We got a blue Chevy Astro van, 7th Street side.
[ Ressler puts a tracking device under the bumper ]
[ Priya gets into the van ]
Priya: Where am I supposed to sit?
Jax: You’re not.
[ Jax lifts a square panel off the floorboard which connects to black cylinder leading to the sewer ]
Jax: Right this way.
[ Priya steps down ]
⋘⋙
[ The van drives away ]
Park: I got the tail.
Ressler: Hey, you got a signal?
[ Aram follows the van on his laptop ]
Aram: Like taking candy from a kid. Not that I would ever do that. Except once, I had this mad craving for a Butterfinger, but, you know, it was Halloween, and – [ Cellphone rings✨] – I was a kid, too.
⋘⋙
[ Ressler’s cellphone beeps🔅]
Ressler: Tell me you’re calling from Moscow.
Liz: I am not. I don’t know what’s going on. Townsend sent me to do something. It’s like he knows.
Ressler: And what makes you think that?
Liz: The job. It’s – make-work—
⋘⋙
[ Vandyke is monitoring the call ] [ Townsend and Godwin Page enter ]
Vandyke: [ To Townsend and Godwin ] It’s a live call.
⋘⋙
Liz: —Something you give someone to keep them from doing something else.
⋘⋙
Aram: Okay. Agent Park, turning west on Clyborne. You have eyes?
Park: Copy that. West on Clyborne.
⋘⋙
Ressler: So, what about Moscow?
Liz: I was able to send someone.
⋘⋙
Aram: Looks like they’re coming to a stop. Keep your distance.
⋘⋙
Ressler: Any word on the extraction?
Liz: No. Shouldn’t be a problem.
Ressler: But if you’re right and Townsend suspects we’re working together–
Liz: We’re not working together. We have the same goal. But so does Townsend. We’re aligned against Reddington.
Ressler: Maybe. But if Townsend knew that we were even talking, I doubt that he’d be so understanding.
Liz: I’ll call you as soon as I know.

 
Godwin: You wanted confirmation. You just got it.
Townsend: She’s not wrong. We’re all aligned against Reddington.
Vandyke: Yeah, but based on that call, I’d say she and the feds are aligned against us.
Townsend: That’s not what I heard.
Godwin: Then you weren’t listening. You think you’re giving her the rope to hang herself. I fear you may be giving her the rope to hang all of us.

 
[ Agent Park follows the blue van until it parks ]
Park: This was easy. Or not.
[ The driver gets out and walks away ]
Park: Her driver just left her.
Aram: [ On radio ] Well, maybe there’s another pickup.
Park: I don’t think there’s another pickup.
[ Park gets out, goes over to the van, points her gun and opens the van door ]
[ The square hole in the floor in of the van shows through to the street ]
Aram: What’s going on? Is she there?
Park: [ Sighs ] You were right. It was like taking candy from a kid. Only we were the kids.

 
[ As Liz sits nearby, Neville Townsend enters a formal room in his mansion to meet Priya Laghari ]
Townsend: Priya Laghari. I-I feel as if I’m in the presence of greatness.
Priya: Mm. It’s a fact, not a feeling.
Townsend: May I kiss the ring, which I assume was stolen – at Cannes?
Priya: St. Moritz. A trophy that once belonged to a trophy wife.
Townsend: [ Kisses the ring ] Mm.
Liz: As touching as this is to watch, I’m gonna go.
Townsend: Of course. Go, go, go. Oh, oh! Your appointment. I hope you were able to reschedule it.
Liz: Turned out not to be a problem. I was able to send someone in my place.
Townsend: Were you?
Liz: Yeah.

 
[ Liz gets into her car ]
Liz: [ On phone ] Please tell me it’s done.
Esi: [ In Moscow ] I’m meeting the team in 10. It’ll be done in 20. Sit tight. I got this.

 
[ The Post Office ]
Aram: That’s right. A hole.
Ressler: In the floor of the van.
Aram: What we don’t know is where or when she got out.
Ressler: Which means we’re totally reliant on Reddington. Whatever Laghari finds out about Townsend, she’s gonna tell him.
Park: And we’re gonna trust that he turns around and tells us.
Aram: He might. I mean, normally, he wouldn’t. I mean, normally, he’s got an agenda that we do not know about, but this time, we– we want the same thing. I think.
Ressler: If we wanted the same thing, Reddington wouldn’t have let Obenrader go.
Park: But if we’d officially arrested Obenrader, then it may have tipped Townsend that Laghari’s a plant.
Aram: Maybe when this is all over, Mr. Reddington will circle back to Obenrader.
Ressler: You know, I’ll, uh, include your optimism in my debrief to Cooper.
[ Ressler leaves ]
Aram: Seriously. Us and Mr. Reddington, we are totally in sync on this, right?

 
[ Red’s kitchen ] [ Dembe has a book open ]
[ Dembe drums his fingers ]
Dembe: We’ll hear when we hear.
Red: I know, but why haven’t we heard?
Dembe: Camus thinks the world is meaningless and that happiness comes from accepting that nothing matters.
Red: He’s an Absurdist.
Dembe: And we live in a Theater of the Absurd. Getting the FBI to believe they helped us insert a spy when in fact, they helped us insert an assassin.

 
[ Townsend and Priya Laghari sit at a table together ]
Priya: I’m sure it’s not jewels you’re after. What exactly is it you want me to steal?
Townsend: All of it.
Priya: That’s a lot.
Townsend: At any one time, our organization is tracking a variety of vulnerable and defenseless assets. Contraband in transport. Exposed money laundering sites. We don’t discriminate. We take what we can.
Priya: So, what are we talking about?
Townsend: I’m talking about putting you under contract. Paying you to identify items that we might steal.
[ Godwin Page enters ]
Godwin: Mr. Townsend. So terribly sorry to interrupt, but it’s a matter that can’t wait. Excuse me. It’s about Moscow.
[ Townsend gets up to confer with Godwin ] [ Indistinct whispering ] [ Whispering continues ]
[ Priya removes something from her ring. Her hand moves toward Townsend’s glass, then up the side ]
Townsend: Miss Laghari–
[ Priya startles, moves her hand back ]
Townsend: –It appears that something has come up. If you’ll excuse me.
[ He leaves ]

 
[ Moscow, Russia ]
[ Two men in hoods come up behind Ivan Stepanov – Red’s “Friend in the East” – and grab him ]
Ivan Stepanov: Ah! [ Grunting ]

 
[ Cooper’s office ] [ Knocks on door ] [ Ressler enters ]
Ressler: I just heard from the Russia desk.
Cooper: What is it?
Ressler: Moscow’s lighting up. Turns out Ivan Stepanov was abducted from his apartment in the Pokrovsky Hills.
Cooper: Keen.
Ressler: She must have gotten to him.
Cooper: She make contact?
Ressler: No. I left her several messages, but she hasn’t picked up.
Cooper: Let’s assume that’s a good thing.

 
[ Esi talks to Liz from Moscow ]
Liz: I thought you said it was done.
Esi: It was about to be done. That’s when the place started swarming with cops.
Liz: I can’t believe this is happening.
Esi: Not just regular cops – Someone rang a bell, and there’s all these important looking people here.
Liz: You got to get out of there.
Esi: You think this might be the work of your friends in the FBI?
Liz: I have no idea what to think.

 
[ Now Red is reading the book by Camus: “The Stranger” ]
[ Dembe comes in ] [ Red stands ]
Red: Is it done?
Dembe: I haven’t heard from Laghari, but I just heard from Moscow.
Red: What? What happened?
Dembe: Our friend – he’s been taken.

 
[ Ivan Stepanov sits in a chair in a dungeon-like setting ] [⚡️Electricity crackling⚡️]
[ Vandyke enters, followed by Townsend, who drags over a chair and sits down ]
Townsend: Do you know who I am? Because I know who you are. You’re the one who created the archive that destroyed my family. I also know you continue to feed intel to N-13.
Ivan Stepanov: Katarina Rostova was N-13. And Katarina Rostova is dead.
Townsend: Yes, but Katarina Rostova was framed. Which means I dedicated my life to the hatred of an innocent woman. But you know that. Just like I know that you’re working with Reddington. What I don’t know is why. Why you protect him. Why you help him. Why – my family had to die so that you could carry out whatever – plan you two are hatching. I have a lot of “whys.” Let’s hope you’re prepared to offer some answers.
Ivan Stepanov: —

 
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