🔴 Season 5 Storybook: Episodes 1-22 of 22

 
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The Storybook tells the story of each episode using the best lines and selected scenes illustrated with enhanced screenshots. The important storylines are emphasized and may be clearer than in the full scripts. From time to time, due to length constraints, I have to omit scenes I love.

Bi-directional navigation (⇈ ⇊ or ⇇ ⇉) lets you navigate through the Storybook by episode (*click* on ❣STORYBOOK❣for the episode you want); or find the other major features for a given episode (EW recap, Photo Gallery, or the complete Script with songs, lyrics and other goodies).

 

🔴 *Click* on ❣“STORYBOOK”❣for the episode you want

 
🔴 Episode 5:1 Smokey Putnam 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:2 Greyson Blaise 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:3 Miss Rebecca Thrall 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚 ❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:4 The Endling 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚 ❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:5 Ilyas Surkov 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚 ❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:6 The Travel Agency 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:7 The Kilgannon Corp 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:8 Ian Garvey 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:9 Ruin 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:10 The Informant 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:11 Abraham Stern 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:12 The Cook 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:13 The Invisible Hand 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣ STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:14 Mr Raleigh Sinclair III 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣ STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:15 Pattie Sue Edwards 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:16 The Capricorn Killer 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:17 Anna-Gracia Duerte 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:18 Zarak Mosadek 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:19 Ian Garvey Pt 2 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:20 Nicholas T Moore 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:21 Lawrence Dane Devlin 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script

🔴 Episode 5:22 Sutton Ross 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📚❣STORYBOOK ¤ 📒 Script
 

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⭕ Next Episode: 6:1 (The S5 Premiere airs on Jan 3, 2019 at 9pmCT)

 
⬆ Go to Top ¤ ⬅️ Previous Episode
 
Brief: Season 5 ended with a mad chase between Liz and Red to claim a duffel bag of bones. At the end of the chase, Red walked away with the prize ~ the answer to a secret he has been trying to keep from Liz. In the course of the series, many people have died trying to get the duffel to Liz and keep it away from Red, including, most importantly, her husband Tom and Mr Kaplan, Red’s cleaner and Liz’s one-time nanny. Red takes the duffel to the homestead of Liz’s maternal grandfather Dom, an infamous former KGB operative once known by the codename Oleander. Liz’s mother also was a KGB spy. Liz once met Dom but he and Red have kept her relationship with Dom a secret. At Dom’s homestead, Red has incinerated the skeleton, with Dom remarking, “She may not know your secret, but she knows you’ve got one. She’s never gonna let it go.”

However, unbeknownst to Red and Dom, Liz has collaborated with her half-sister Jennifer (also by Raymond Reddington) to purloin the duffel bag before he claimed it. In addition to the skeleton, it contains a DNA report which identifies the bones as being those of ~ Raymond Reddington! This is the big secret. The man we have known as Raymond “Red” Reddington appears to be an imposter! Liz and Jennifer have just one goal now: to find out who the man is who assumed the identity of Raymond Reddington 30 years ago – and to exact their revenge.
 

Brilliant YouTube mashup by Hannah Ulep (4:28) https://youtu.be/rKUtSQGmOyc

 

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🔴 5:22 Sutton Ross

 
⬆ Go to Top ¤ ⬅️ Previous Episode ¤ ➡️ Next Episode
 
Episode 5:22 Sutton Ross 🎯 EW recap ¤ 🌅 Photo Gallery ¤ 📒 Script
 

 

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Brief: Aram and Samar are “♫ At Last” engaged. Never mind that she said “Yes” before he proposed, the serious problem they face now is she is in a coma after nearly drowning in a submerged van before Aram rescued her. Time will tell if she will wake up or ever be able to breathe on her own again.

Speaking of time, Red and Liz are in the final sprint to recover the duffel bag containing a skeleton that Mr Kaplan intended to be delivered to Liz but Tom intercepted and was killed for his trouble. Both Red and Liz know who has the duffel bag, though Red knows the true identity of the man who has it (Sutton Ross) and Liz only has a pseudonym (Max Birmingham). US Marshall and dirty cop Ian Garvey, who killed Tom for the duffel bag to wield power over Red, managed to deliver it to Ross before he himself was killed by Liz in a showdown between Garvey and Red that got out of hand. Sutton Ross is an enemy of Red’s who Garvey “disappeared” into Witness Protection and Red has thought was dead.

Liz has no idea what is in the duffel bag, and Red intends to keep it that way. Liz believes the duffel contains a secret of Red’s that Mr Kaplan wanted her to know. But, given the choice between going with Kaplan or staying with Red, in last year’s Finale, Liz chose Red, an act that resulted in a series of events ending in Mr Kaplan’s suicide. If Liz had learned the secret, would she have chosen differently? The yearlong quest will come to a climax in this Season Finale.

 

[ Men dressed in FBI uniforms, led by Sutton Ross, enter the offices of Veritable Robotics in Richmond VA. They march right past the receptionist ]
Secretary: Can I help you?
[ The men get into an elevator ]
Sutton Ross: Walter Reardon?

Reardon: Who are you?
Ross: I’m Special Agent Vernon Duquesne, FBI. You’re under arrest. [ To his men ] Take everything! … I want it all vouchered as evidence.
Reardon: Evidence of what?
Ross: Market manipulation … , wire fraud, money laundering. You and your lawyer have all the time in the world to read the indictment before the arraignment.


Holt Campbell: His lawyer’s right here. Holt Campbell. Veritable’s general counsel. You want to tell me what the hell is going on?
[ Ross hands him papers ]
Ross: Arrest and search warrants signed by the U.S. Duty Magistrate. …
[ The men push past with boxes ]
Campbell: Those documents contain trade secrets we’ve spent millions to acquire and protect.
[ Dialing ] Call Judge Kerr’s chambers. … This is Holt Campbell at Veritable Robotics. … Your boss signed warrants to search our offices and arrest our CFO. Really? Well, if he didn’t sign them, why am I holding the paperwork?
 

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[ Campbell rushes out onto a loading dock. Walter Reardon is cuffed to a
pole. Bankers boxes are stacked nearby ]
Reardon: Hey, call the FBI, the real FBI.
Campbell: What happened?
Reardon: Nothing. Whoever they were, they left everything behind. I want to know why.
 
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[ The hospital where Samar is being treated. She is unconscious, hooked up to a ventilator ]
Nurse: What are you doing?
Aram: She’s shivering.
Nurse: She’s supposed to be cold. … She is suffering
from cerebral ischemia. Cooling her protects her brain while she heals.
Aram: Right. By decreasing the brain’s demand for oxygen, you reduce neurotransmitter production
like glutamate. …
Nurse: I’m just following protocol. Are you her husband? …
Aram: I’m her fiancé. Granted, I proposed while she was unconscious.
Nurse: Do you have power of attorney?
Aram: No, but–
Nurse: Then I’m gonna have to ask you to step aside. …
 
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Liz: The man we’re looking for is Sutton Ross. In the ’80s, when a company or a country wanted to steal R&D rather than develop it, Ross and his team stole it for them.
Ressler: Didn’t he steal R&D on a stealth fighter for China?
Liz: A defective stealth fighter called the Grayscape Seventeen. The Navy … made sure he stole plans for a plane that couldn’t fly, and when it crashed, China … turned him over to the feds, who issued an arrest warrant, and Ross disappeared.
Cooper: Until showing up in Costa Rica under the alias “Max Birmingham.”
Ressler: So, why would Garvey give him the bag?
Liz: Because when Ross went AWOL, Garvey was the Marshal assigned to arrest him, and instead of bringing him in, Garvey ended up protecting him. …
Ressler: Any idea where Ross is now?
Liz: Yes. … Ross and a dozen suspects posing as FBI agents showed up to a robotics company yesterday, waving phony warrants.
Cooper: So the guy holding Reddington’s secret is stealing tech from a robotics company?
Liz: Yes and no. The police report says he stole it, and then left it all behind.
Cooper: Nobody robs a company for kicks. Get there. …
 
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[ Bell chimes ] [ Red and Dembe enter a tailor shop where a man is being fitted for a suit ]
Red: Ah, what a lovely shop. You certainly look busy as a beaver.
Lundgren: I’m with a client.
Red: Yes, and I’m terribly sorry for the intrusion, but I
need a moment of your time. It’s about a customer.
Lundgren: Remind me, were we doing side tabs or traditional belt loops?
Red: Oh, go for the side tabs. They keep you honest in the midsection.
Lundgren: I’m sorry, sir, but as you can see, we are in the middle of a fitting.
Red: Yes, I understand. Oh, my gosh! You’re– [ Laughing ] Oh, dear. I am such a fan.
John Waters [ Playing himself ]: Why, thank you. Thank you.
Red: Your films, your writing, your artwork. I can’t believe this. … You probably get this all the time, but I must tell you, I absolutely adore–
Waters: “Pink Flamingos”?
Red: Well, yes, but your Christmas show. … I have to tell you, it was one of the most surprisingly warm,
incredibly nostalgic, funny evenings in my memory.
Waters: Well, look at you. What a sweet man.
Red: [ Laughing ] That story about the squirrel – the one with the tiny nuts. Oh, my God.
Waters:
[ Chuckles ] Yeah, yeah. … Red:
[ Shows a photo to Lundgren ] Your client, Sutton Ross – I’ve fallen out of touch with him over the years, but I do need to find him right away.
 
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Campbell: Every document taken from Reardon’s office was returned.
Liz: That means they targeted Reardon as a way of getting into the office.
Campbell: Not just the office. … Three of the hard drives are missing. They contain Ravi [Desai]’s personal
research on something called the Rafferty Project.
Liz: Have you spoken to Mr. Desai?
Campbell: We’ve called and left messages, but we haven’t been able to reach him. His kids are off from school, so he took vacation time. …
Ressler: All right, well, we’re going to need access to your backup servers.
 
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Aram: [ On phone ] First of all, I want to thank you. … You distracted me. Right now, that is exactly what I need – the doctors, too. It keeps me from telling them what to do.
Liz: Are you telling them what to do?
Aram: Only when I think what they’re doing is wrong, so, like, all the time. Except now. Right now, I’m thinking
about Ravi Desai. … I’ve been a huge fan ever since he won the I-EEE Robotics and Automation Award as a PhD student at Brown. …
Ressler: So does that mean that you know what the Rafferty Project is?
Aram: Well, the backup files indicate that it’s some kind
of exoskeleton, a manned robot designed to help people go into hazardous areas.
Ressler: That’s an idea that Ross could sell for a fortune on the open market.
Aram: Well, maybe, but the idea is all he’d be selling. Whoever buys these drives will not be able to build one. … [T]he files are all snippets of ideas and partial
equations. I mean, Desai could build a robot from them, but no one else could …
Ressler: Well, we need to get to Desai and lock him down before Ross grabs him.
Aram: Oh, well, that shouldn’t be hard. He’s at a matinee with his kids. … I follow him on Instagram, and he just posted a picture with them on his way to a show at the Kittredge Theater.
 

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[ Outside the Kittredge Theatre ]
Ross: I want all three.
Ross’s Guy: The kids, too?
Ross: Insurance, in case Mr. Desai is not in the mood to cooperate. …
 
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Lundgren: Please, Mr Ross is very powerful. If I tell you how to find him, if he knew that I told you, he would come for me.
Red: Hm. No matter how powerful you think Sutton Ross might be, if you don’t
help me–
Waters: Oh, my God. That’s it! You’re the guy! The one with the name. I-It’s not a palindrome or or a rhyme. It’s that lovely last name with the alliteration.
Red: [ Laughs ]
Waters: It’s– No, no. Don’t say it. Don’t say it out loud. It’s P- Paddington. Uh, Raddington. Or Rafael. Rayburn. Or Rufus- Rufus- Reddington.
Lundgren: You’re Raymond Reddington?
Waters: Yes! Raymond Reddington! I told you not to say it. Raymond Reddington. Wow. What a name. What a man. And people think I’m weird.
Red: [ Laughs ]
Lundgren: Please, all I know is where I send the invoices for my work.
Red: Well? …
 
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[ Ravi Desai is at the matinee movie at the Kittredge Theater with his kids ]
[ Sutton Ross comes up to Desai ]
Ross: There’s a sniper in the balcony ready to execute your children. If you want them to live, you need to leave with me right now.
Desai: [ To his kids ] I’ll be right back.
 
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Ressler: All right, you secure the entrance. I’ll get in touch with security. …
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Ressler: Keen! …
[ Sutton Ross has Desai at gunpoint. He sees Liz and does an about-face, heads back into the theater with Ressler in pursuit ]
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[ In the theater ]
Ross’s guy: Hey, kids. Your dad needs you to come with me.
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Ross: [ Into comms ] New plan – I need vehicles at the rear.
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[ Ross emerges from the theater with Desai ]
Ross: Cover me. Someone’s on my tail. [ He forces Desai into a vehicle ]
[ 💥💥💥 Gunfight 💥💥💥 ]
Ressler: Keen, they’re coming your way! Got a black SUV.
[ Red walks up shooting 💥💥💥 ]
[ Car engine starts, tires screech ] [ Ross takes off with Liz in
pursuit ]
Red: Where’s Elizabeth?
Ressler: She’s just ahead of you.
[ Car engine starts, Tires screech ] [ Red’s car takes off ]
[ ⚡️‼️ Car Chase ‼️⚡️]
 

 
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Liz: [ On phone ] … What?!
Red: You need to leave Ross to me. …
Liz: As soon as I get the duffel bag, he’s all yours.
Red: You need to pull over.
Liz: You’re a fugitive. I’m a cop. You get in my way, I swear to God, I’ll arrest you.
[ Liz’s vehicle 💥‼️ Crashes ‼️💥 into a dumpster ] [ Horn blares ]
Red: Turn around.
Dembe: We’ll lose Ross.
Red: Dembe, turn around.
 
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[ Red runs up to Liz in her vehicle. She has a gash on her forehead and is dazed ]
Red: Let me look at you. Come here.
Liz: [ Groggily ] Raymond Reddington, you’re under arrest.
Red: Ah, that’s a deep cut. You’ll need stitches.
Liz: You have the right to an attorney.
Red: Yeah.
Liz: You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be used against you.
[ Red gives Liz a handkerchief for her forehead ]
Red: Keep pressure on it. I’ll call you an ambulance.
Liz: I’ll get you for this.
Red: You’ll try, but there’s a fine line between fishing and standing on the shore, looking like an idiot.
 
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Ressler: [ On phone ] You arrested Reddington?
Liz: I was too dazed to actually arrest him. And he let Ross go to make sure I was okay.
Ressler: Hit me, hug me. Reddington’s moral code in a nutshell. …
Well, Reddington shot a couple of Ross’s guys. I mean, we got a cellphone, but it’s locked. We need the access code.
Maybe there’s another way. …
[ Ressler presses the dead man’s finger to the home button on his cellphone ]
Ressler: It’s a burner. No e-mails, call logs, or contacts. Just one text sent to an international number.
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Cooper: [ Reads ] “Winchester. 1500. AM.”
 
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[ Red and Dembe wait outside the room while Brimley plies his trade ]
Brimley’s Voice: I know you work for Ross, Hey, look at me!
Dembe: The truth always comes out.
Red: It better, or we’re not gonna find Sutton Ross.
Dembe: I’m talking about your truth. It was bound to surface. Ross wants blood. He thinks you ruined his life.
Red: I didn’t give Sutton Ross bogus plans for the
[ Chuckles ] Grayscape Seventeen.
Dembe: But he thinks you did, and because of that, he wants the world to know what’s inside the duffel.


 

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[ Brimley emerges ]
Brimley: This guy’s lips are sealed tighter than a bull’s ass in fly season. I’m gonna need another couple of bags of hickory briquettes and a squirt gun. …
 
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Aram: All right, the message was sent to a cell with an international number. 0-1-1 is the U.S. exit code and 3-8-1 is the country code for Serbia. … [A]fter Ravi Desai got his PhD, two robotics companies wanted to hire him. One was Veritable, the other AXG Robotics.
Ressler: A Serbian company?
Aram: And Homeland says two of their execs landed in Dulles this morning. …
Ressler: How does that get you the where and when Ross is giving them Desai? …
Aram: “AM” isn’t a time – it’s a place. A neighborhood in D.C., Adams Morgan. And in Adams Morgan is the old Winchester Pharmaceutical Plant.


Liz: So, 1500 is the time – 3:00 p.m.
Cooper: Did the Serbians list the hotel where they’re staying while in town?
Aram: Uh, yes. The Metro Suites downtown. Why?
Cooper: This whole mess started with a bunch of criminals pretending to be FBI agents. Maybe we should return the favor.
 

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Brimley: It’s done.
Red: Did he talk?
Brimley: Like Whoopi on “The View.” Yaketty-yak, all about the Rafferty Project.
Red: And the duffel bag?
Brimley: Never heard of it.
Red: What about Ross?
Brimley: Meeting a client at the old Winchester Pharmaceutical Plant at 3:00.
Dembe: What is the Rafferty Project?
Red: I don’t know what it is, but I know what it means. Ross is on to the next job, and the duffel may already be gone. …
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[ Outside the Winchester Pharmaceutical Plant ]
Red: We got eyes from about 200 yards southwest.
Morgan: We’re in position.
Red: I want Ross and his hostage.
Morgan: Ready on your signal.
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[ Sutton Ross walks with a metal briefcase up to a man
waiting ]
Ross: The drives were useless without the engineer who programmed them. Getting him doubles the price. Of
course, I can only deliver the actual mind. Accessing
what’s inside it is your job.
[ Desai walks over with his kids ]
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[ Red, through the binoculars, suddenly sees that the man talking to Ross is Ressler ]
Red: [ Over his phone to Morgan ] Wait. Hold, hold, hold, hold.
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Ravi Desai: Please, I’m begging you. Let my children go.
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Red: Stand down. Abort.
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[ Ressler walks toward an SUV with Desai and his kids ]
Ressler: [ Low voice, to Desai and his kids ] Don’t stop. Just keep walking. Everything’s gonna be fine. When that door opens, you get in and you stay down.
As soon as Desai and his kids are safe are safe inside the SUV,
Ressler and the SWAT team attack.
Ressler: [ Loudly ] Get on the ground! FBI! Hands on your head! On the ground now.
[ Ross and his men obey ]
[ Liz looks up to see Red’s Mercedes slowly driving by. Liz and Red exchange cold looks ]
 
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[ An interrogation room at the Post Office ]
Liz: Kidnapping, impersonating an officer, theft of trade secrets.
Ressler: And that’s even before we talk about the plans for the stealth fighter that you sold to China. Now, last time I checked, we still execute people for treason.
Liz: Ian Garvey gave you a duffel bag.
Sutton Ross: I know who you are. … You’re Elizabeth Keen.
Liz: You help us, we’ll help you.
Ross: Oh, you’ll help me, all right. And I have demands. … [N]o cameras. No audio recordings. Just you and me.
Liz: Why are you doing this?
Ross: Because I’ve looked in the bag.
Liz: Five minutes.
Ressler: Liz–
Liz: I’ll be fine.
Ressler: Five minutes. Not a second more.
[ Ressler leaves ]
Liz: So?
Ross: You may want to sit, Agent Keen.
 
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[ Cooper’s office ]
Red: I want Ross.
Cooper: I know. I’m not giving him to you.
Red: It was a clever ruse, detaining the Serbians
and inserting Ressler in their place.
Cooper: I’m on Elizabeth’s side on this.
Red: Yes, clearly. So allow me to put a fine point on the
cost of that decision. The duffel bag is mine. Its contents are personal. I want my privacy respected. You and Agent Keen are not honoring that, so I see no reason to honor our agreement.
Cooper: What agreement is that?
Red: Mine with the Task Force. It’s a simple ultimatum. I get Ross or the Blacklist ends. …
 
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[ Ressler is watching Liz and Sutton Ross through the one-way glass when suddenly, Ross upends the table on her ]
Liz: Aaaah! Ressler!
Ressler: All teams, we have a level-four breach. East interrogation. We need emergency assistance now. …
 
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Cooper: What the hell happened?
Ressler: Ross has Keen hostage, doors locked …
Cooper: Contact HRT. Get an emergency-response team in here. …
[ Cellphone rings ]
Cooper: It’s him. Calling on Keen’s cell.
Ross: Okay. Here’s how this works. Do as I say or Agent Keen dies.
Liz: Aah! Don’t listen to him! If you breach from the
observation – …
Cooper: Mr Ross, you’re locked in an FBI blacksite. You’re in no position to make demands.
Ross: And yet, I am confident you will meet them. I want
two CZ 75s and a police caravan to escort me and Agent Keen in 15 minutes.
Ressler: Escort you where?
Ross: That’s the fun part. You’ll have to wait to find out.
Red: You need to breach that room, right now.
Cooper: HRT is trying to make contact with Keen’s cell as we speak. …
Red: He’s not gonna make contact. He’s not interested in negotiating.
Cooper: What do you suggest we do?
Red: Cut the power, blow the door, stun grenades followed by CS gas, and extract.
Ressler: How can you be sure that he doesn’t kill Keen before we get to him?
Cooper: You can’t. It’s a calculated risk.
 
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[ They breach the room, only to find it empty ]
 

[ Liz and Ross crawl through the ductwork ]
 

Ressler: The demands were a ruse. They’re in the plenum cavity. …
 
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[ Ressler is with a team in a corridor. He comes upon a guy down ]
Ressler: [ On phone ] Guys, I got something. Man down. Side arm and security badge are missing.
Cooper: So, Ross is now armed?
Ressler: Last name’s Schay.
Aram: All right, Schay, Schay. Come on. Okay, Schay. Charlie, interim security. His badge was swiped two minutes ago at door 32C.
Cooper: South wing, first floor.
Ressler: On my way.


Ross: Move! Move!
[ Ross and Liz come to a door with a keypad and can’t card out ]
Cooper: [ Over intercom ] That’s far enough. That badge belongs to an employee with interim security.
You need a passcode to get out.
Ross: Then give me one.
[ Red clicks the phone off; they can still see and hear Ross and Liz over surveillance ]
Red: You can’t do that.
Ross: You don’t think I’ll shoot her? Give me a code! …
Liz: Don’t listen to him. He’s bluffing.
Red: She’s right. He’s bluffing.
Cooper: Maybe, but if you’re wrong, Keen is
dead. [ Beep; phone on ] I’m not going to open that door. I have
men on their way to you right now. Stand down.
Ross: Three –
Red: I’m not wrong. He’s bluffing.
Cooper: You don’t know that!
Ross: Two –
Red: Harold, if you give him that code, it’s unlikely you’ll ever see Agent Keen again.
Ross: One!
Aram: 83-724. That’s the code. 83-724. That’s the code. …
[ Red shakes his head in disgust and turns away ]
 

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Aram: Look, I’m sorry. He was going to shoot her.
Cooper: Agent Mojtabai is not the reason she’s in danger. [ To Red: ] You are. You’re the only reason she’s ever been in danger.
If you’re as interested in her safety as you profess, the best thing you can do is stay away from her.
[ Dembe’s cellphone vibrating; he hands it to Red ]
Dembe: Agent Keen.
Cooper: On speaker.
Red: Yeah. Elizabeth?
Sutton Ross: Your life for hers.
Red: Done.
Ross: There’s a pay phone at Third and Summit. … Be there in an hour to receive instructions. Come alone. …
[ Cellphone beeps ]
Cooper: You’re not going alone.
Red: That’s exactly what I’m going to do, Harold. …
Cooper: We’re not letting you out of our sight.
Red: Now who’s putting her life in danger?
 
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Ressler: Heads up, people. Here we go. … Hey, Aram?
Aram: I’m up on the phone. As soon as I get a hard trace, I’ll call it in. [ Beeps ]
[ Phone rings ]
Dembe: Top 10 is on the move.
[ Red walks past the pay phone and takes a paper bag out of a waste receptacle ]
[ Cellphone beeps ]
Red: Yeah?
Ross: Mr. Reddington, is that a tail I see watching you?
Ressler: Hey, Aram, you getting this?
Aram: I’ve got the pay phone tapped, not the burner. I have no way to access that line.
Red: You knew I couldn’t get here without the feds keeping a close watch. They’re rather protective of Agent Keen. But if you’re half as
smart as you think you are, I’m sure you have a plan as to how we can lose them.
[ Red tosses the burner phone and enters a building ]
Ressler: Where the hell’s he going?
Aram: Okay, pulling CCTV feeds now.
Dembe: Raymond is letting them take him.
Aram: What do you mean “letting”?
Dembe: For Elizabeth. …
[ Dembe gets out of his vehicle and goes on foot ]
Ressler: Dembe, what are you doing? …
[ A gray van speeds by Dembe ] [ Tires screech, brakes squeal ]
Dembe: The van … the gray liquor van, the one that left through the street side. It’s how Raymond was taken. …
 
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[ A hood is pulled off Red, leaving him facing Liz. Both are bound to chairs ]
Liz: This is my fault.
Red: No.
Liz: I should’ve just let it go.
Red: Doesn’t matter.
Liz: Mr Kaplan, Tom – We all should’ve just left it alone.

They didn’t because they thought I deserved to know, but I don’t. [ Sighs ] Whatever this is, it’s yours. I should have respected that. The only reason we’re here is because I didn’t. [ Voice breaking ] And I’m so sorry.
Red: You have nothing to apologize for. Not to me, ever.
[ Sutton Ross enters ]
Red: My life for hers. That was the agreement. Let her go.
Ross: Take her in the back.
Liz: No, no, no. No, no, no, no! [ Sobbing ] Aah!
[ She’s taken away ]
Red: You don’t need to hurt her anymore.
Ross: Whether or not she suffers is entirely up to you. … [T]he quicker you tell me what I want to know, the less damage they will do to her. Let’s start with this DNA report. …
 

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[ Dembe drives with Aram alongside him ]
Aram: We’re never gonna find them.
Dembe: Of course we will.
Aram: How can you be so sure?
Dembe: God only gives you burdens you can carry. Losing Raymond and Elizabeth – I couldn’t carry that.
Aram: I feel the same way about Samar, too.
Dembe: Then you have nothing to worry about.
 
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Sutton Ross: For 30 years, I’ve wanted to be in the same room as Raymond Reddington, the bastard who tricked me into selling the Chinese a dodo bird when they were looking for an eagle. And here we are.
[ Liz screaming in distance ]
Ross: So, the DNA report – tell me what it means.
 
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Dembe: There! On the left! That’s the van. …
Dembe: We found it. 424 North Roslyn. …
Cooper: [ On phone ] Stay put. We’re two minutes out.
 
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Red: If I tell, what guarantee do I have that you’ll let her go?
Ross: The only guarantee you have is that, if you don’t tell me, she will die. Of course, perhaps you don’t care
about that. Perhaps her life isn’t worth your revealing your precious secret for. After all, what is she to you, really?
[ Liz screams ]


Red: Enough!
Ross: Tell me the truth.
[ Liz screams ]
Red: The truth? The truth is that I am not–
[ Explosion 💥🔥💥 ] [ Gunshots 💥💥💥 ]


Ressler: On the ground! FBI.
Dembe: Raymond, are you okay?
Red: Yeah. There are more of them in the back. They have Elizabeth.
[ Red shoots 💥💥 💥💥💥💥 ]


Man: Ohh!
Red: Elizabeth. It’s over.
[ Red hugs her, stroking her hair ]
Cooper: [ To Red ] SWAT is on the way. You can’t be here.
Dembe: Raymond–
Cooper: I’ve got her. Go.
 

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[ Sirens wailing ] [ Handcuffs click ]
Ressler: Now that I’ve advised you of your rights, do you understand them?
Ross: [ Sighs ] Yes, I do.
[ Red zips up the duffel and starts to leave ]

Ross: You can play all the magic tricks you like. I know the truth–
[ Red shoots him 💥💥 ]
Ross: [ Screams ] [ Thuds ]
 
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[ Red walks away with the duffel bag ]
 
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[ Aram gets a text message ]
Aram: Oh, my God. I, uh, I have to go. I-I have to go.
[ He hurries away ]
 
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[ Aram arrives at the hospital. Hospital personnel are lined up. Aram walks past them ]
[ Samar is awake. She is radiant ]
Aram: I didn’t know if– And when you didn’t wake up, I thought, um–
Aram: I don’t know what I thought.
Samar: Yes.
Aram: What?
Samar: I said, “Yes.”
Aram: “Yes,” what?
Samar: Yes, I will marry you.
[ They kiss ]
 
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[ Tom’s grave ]
Liz: [ Voice-over ] The whole thing ended just like it always does – with the bad guy dead on the floor, with the Bureau confused and upset, but satisfied another scumbag’s wiped from the earth, with Reddington
gone, his precious duffel bag still a secret like he wanted all along–
⋘⋙
[ Red arrives at Dom’s place in the country. Dom opens the door ]
⋘⋙
Liz: –Except it’s not a secret. Not to me. Because this time, I have a secret, too. I learned that from you, how to
prey on the emotions of those that love you most.
[ Tom steps out ]
Tom: And it worked?
Liz: Like a charm.
Tom: How’d you do it?
Liz: I told a few lies.
Tom: [ Chuckles ] God, I miss you. Well, go on. I’m dying to hear how you pulled this off.
Liz: I was with Ross. He told me.

Flashback:
  Ross: And that’s the truth. And I can prove it.
  Liz: [ Voice breaking ] But it can’t be.
  Ross: But it is. I have the bag, the bones, and
  the DNA report. Get me out of here, and I can
  show it to you.
  Liz: Okay. Here’s what I need you to do.

Flashback:
  Liz: Ressler!
  Ressler: All teams, we have a level-four
  breach. East interrogation. We need
  emergency assistance now.

Liz: After that, I made a few demands to buy us enough time to get out.

Flashback:
  Liz: [ To Ross ] Aram will have those feeds
   up any minute. I need you to listen to
  listen to me. You have to make a demand.

Liz: A few theatrics –

 
Flashback:
  Liz: [ Acting ] Don’t listen to him! If you
  breach from the observation–
  Ross: Shut up!
  Ressler: The demands were a ruse. They’re in
  the plenum cavity.
 

Tom: So, once you were out, Ross took you to the bones?
Liz: Not just Ross. He had help.

Flashback:
  Ross: Garvey didn’t reach out to me because
  I hate Reddington. He did it because he
  wanted me to help me get the truth to the
  person he cares about most.
  [ Jennifer enters with the duffel bag ]
  Liz: You. Of course it’s you.
  Ross: Garvey gave me the bag in Costa Rica,
  so I could get it to your sister.
  Jennifer: Did he tell you?
  Liz: Yes. He said there’s proof.
  [ Jennifer unzips the bag, takes out the DNA
  report and gives it to Liz, who reads it ]

Tom: Yeah, the DNA test. It was in the bag. I saw it.
Liz: Yes.

Flashback:
  Jennifer: You and I can get to the truth, but if
  this is going to work, we need to gain
  Reddington’s trust.
  Liz: I can help with that.

Flashback:
  Ross: Your life for hers.
  Red: Done.
  Ross: There’s a pay phone at Third and
  Summit. Be there in an hour to receive
  instructions. Come alone.
  Red: I want to talk to her.

Flashback:
  [ Ross slugs Liz’s face ]
  Liz: Again.
  Ross: That’s enough.
  Liz: If you’re gonna tell him you hurt me, he’s
  got to believe you. Again.
  [ Ross slugs her again ]


Tom: You knew Reddington would come for you – anything for you.

Flashback:
  Red: Let her go.
  Ross: Take her in the back.
  Liz: [ Acting ] No, no, no. No, no, no, no!
  [SOBBING] Aah!
  Ross: Perhaps her life isn’t worth your
  revealing your precious secret for.
  [ Liz: (Acting) Screams ]
  ⋘⋙
  Ross: He’s not talking.
  Liz: He will. You have to keep pushing. Tell
  him you’re gonna kill me.

Liz: While it didn’t work like I planned – it worked even better. I got to the truth that you and so many people have died trying to expose.

Deep (Series) Flashbacks:

[Episode 1:13]
  Diane Fowler: I know the truth, Red about
  that night. (…)
  [ Red shoots her 💥💥💥 ]

 
[Episode 1:8]
  Sam: Before I go, I have to tell her.
  Red: I can’t let you do that.
  Sam: She deserves the truth. (…)
  [ Red smothers Sam with a pillow ]

 
[Episode 2:4]
  Naomi Hyland: [ To Liz ] He’s not who you
  think he is. (…)
  [ Naomi’s gravestone ]

 
[Episode 4:22]
  Mr Kaplan: I have it, Raymond. I went there
  and I dug it up, and I’m gonna give it to her.
  [ Mr Kaplan jumps off the bridge ]

[Episode 5:8]
  Tom: [ On phone ] I figured it out. The whole
  thing. Why Nik was killed, all of it. (…)
  [ Garvey stabs Tom ]
  Tom: [ Grunts ]
  Liz: No!!

Liz: And Reddington nearly found out about Jennifer. And I think he would have killed her, too.

Flashback:
  [ Red storms into the back room looking
  for Liz ]
  Liz: [ To Jennifer ] Go. Now. Go!
 
Liz: Instead, he got to do what he always does –
try and save me–
 

 
Flashback:
  Red: Elizabeth. It’s over. [ Hugging her and
  stroking her hair ]
 

 
Liz: –and bury his secret.
 

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[ Red lights a match and drops it into an outdoor incinerator barrel ]
[ Autograf’s ♫ “Nobody Knows” plays ] [ ♪ Tap square below twice to play ♪ ]

[ Red is at Dom’s rickety place in the country. Red and Dom look on as the fire begins to burn ]
Dom: She may not know your secret, but she knows you’ve got one. She’s never gonna let it go.


 

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Tom: So now you know why he was willing to let so many people die–
Liz: Let you die.
Tom: –to hide the truth.
Liz: I know now that those bones in that bag are Raymond Reddington’s – the real Raymond Reddington. My father.
⋘⋙
[ Red puts the skull from the duffel bag into the fire ]
⋘⋙
Liz: I know that this man is an impostor. Why he came into my life, why he took your life, why he spent the last
30 years pretending to be Raymond Reddington.
⋘⋙
[ Red puts the other bones into the fire. Dom looks on ]
⋘⋙
Liz: I’m gonna figure all that out, and then I’m going to destroy him.
Tom: Be careful, Liz. This man – whoever he is – he’s dangerous.
Liz: I know he is. But I’m not alone. I have help.
[ Jennifer walks up ]
Jennifer: You ready?

♪ For too long
‘Cause no one really knows me
At all

Liz: Oh, yeah. I’m ready.
[ Liz leaves a red rose on Tom’s gravestone and walks away with Jennifer ]


 

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♪ ‘Cause I’m feeling lost and afraid
You better not be too far gone
Oh, have I been so wrong
Missed the song



 
Red stares into the flames.

♪ Still I don’t know where I belong
No, I don’t know
Because no one really knows me at all

 

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Brief: As Dickens might have said, ‘Ian Garvey is dead as a door-mail.’ So is Red’s ex, Naomi Hyland. Red asked Lilly (Red’s daughter, born Jennifer, who now goes by the name Lillian May Roth) to take him to see Naomi. Lilly said she first had some questions for Red, particularly, why he abandoned her and her mother on Christmas Eve in 1990. Red replied that he had had to cut ties to keep his enemies away from them.

Red: In 1990, the KGB and the CIA had almost nothing in common except the mutual determination to hunt down one individual.
Lilly: You.
Red: Being a fugitive from American law enforcement is a lot easier than being a fugitive from the two most powerful nations on Earth. And anyone close to a target of theirs becomes a target themselves.

The reason both the KGB And CIA were hunting him, Red said, was that he had discovered The Cabal, the insidious international secret organization he had “stumbled across and tried to destroy. To prevent that, they tried to destroy me.”

After their discussion, Lilly took Red to see her mother – in a cemetery. Naomi was shot and killed leaving her apartment in 2017. Lilly asked Red to never contact her again. Red agreed.

Red had hoped Naomi might be able to help him locate the duffel bag containing a skeleton that he is desperately trying to locate before Liz does. At least half a dozen people have already died over this pursuit, including Tom, Liz’s husband. Red’s remaining lead is an associate of Ian Garvey’s, a young man named Judson, who has told Red that Garvey took the duffel bag on a flight to Costa Rica and came back without it. Red and Dembe were about to fly in Red’s jet to Costa Rica when Liz showed up. She quickly surmised the reason behind the planned trip. But she also has an urgent reason for intervening – Samar has been abducted and Red’s help is deemed critical to locating her.

 

[ Samar wakes up and takes in her surroundings. She’s in Lawrence Devlin’s van, her wrists tied. A metal grating separates the front of the van from the back. She manages to sit up ]
⋘⋙
[Rats squeaking ] [ Devlin is puttering in his “lab,” which is populated with rats, snakes and large bugs in cages. He moves rats from one cage to another. He then unwraps a human hand and blows it with a hair dryer ]
⋘⋙
[ Devlin comes out of the building with a cage of
rats. He opens the front side door of the van and puts the cage on the passenger seat. He puts the hand inside the cage ]
Samar: Where are we?
Devlin: [ Startled ] Oh! Oh, you– [ Chuckling ] You’re awake. You startled me.
Samar: The girl from the hospital, where is she?
Devlin: Yeah. Mm. [ Inhales ]The taking of a life, I’ve only done it a few times, and I take no pleasure in it. Once you’re gone, we’ll make it right. Send you back to the earth – the way God intended.
 

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[ The Post Office ] [ Nicholas T Moore, the cult leader, is now in custody and is being interrogated by Cooper. Cooper shows Moore images of Devlin from a surveillance camera ]
Cooper: I want a name.
Moore: I don’t know who that is. …
⋘⋙
Vera: All I know is that he was under contract. I don’t know his name. … He cleaned up messes.
Liz: You mean people? …
⋘⋙
Cooper: [ To Moore ] How’s it work? Someone stumbles upon your little utopia, becomes a threat, and what – this man kills them? Gets rid of them?
⋘⋙
Vera: [ To Liz ] The man in the photo simply made sure that the bodies never turned up. …
⋘⋙
Moore: What if I could remember this
man’s name and help you find your missing agent? … trade my life for hers. All you have to do is let me go – you get her back.
Cooper: Yeah. That’s not gonna happen.


 

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[ Cooper’s office ] [ Red is looking at the surveillance photos ]
Cooper: Do you know his name?
Red: I don’t, but I can get your prisoner to give it to me.
Cooper: By torturing him?
Red: In my experience, conventional torture doesn’t yield much truth. Which is why I employ a man with a more holistic approach to enhanced interrogation. … What else do you know about her abductor?
Ressler: He’s not part of the New Haven cult.
Whoever he is, he was contracted. …
Cooper: Have the FBI Financial Fraud Unit locate Moore’s accounts. …
Aram: We do not have time. That man in our interrogation room – he knows something, and we need to get him to talk [ Inhales deeply ] like, now. …
Red: Take advantage of my offer, Harold. Brimley’s an old friend, and I love him dearly. … If it weren’t Samar, I
wouldn’t offer his services.
[ Red leaves ]
Aram: Sir. Let me talk to him. L-Let me see if I can get him to budge.
Cooper: What can you possibly say to him that we haven’t?
Aram: I don’t know, but, please, just give me two minutes with the man behind Samar’s abduction. That’s all I ask.
 

Red: [ On the phone ] Slow down, Smokey. Take a breath.
Smokey: I tracked down the address where Garvey went after he landed in San Jose. It’s a custom boat
company, guarded six ways to Sunday. Supply trucks going in and out.
Red: Carrying what?
Smokey: Don’t know the what, but got the skinny on the why. … The owner runs some kind of monthly auction – some legit items, some black book. Apparently, he’s not particular. … [I]f Garvey came here with that bag of yours, it’s up for auction, too. …
Red: I want you to secure an invitation to the party. … Call me when it’s confirmed.
[ Cellphone beeps ]
Liz: I brought you here to help find Samar, not hunt for the duffel bag.
Red: I offered Harold my assistance. Now I’m just ~ juggling.
 
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Aram: Mr Moore. I don’t know if you remember me. My name is Agent Aram Mojtabai.
Moore: I’ve been waiting for you. … You’re the one who begged for her life. You care about her a great deal, don’t you?
Aram: Yes.
[ Moore glances at the CCTV camera. Aram takes the hint and turns off the feed ]
Moore: There’s something in my personal effects. … Get it for me. I’ll tell you what I know.
 
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Devlin: You know, I was sort of thinking of, um, um, suffocating you. You know, it’s- it’s the most natural, just put you to sleep with my hand.
Samar: How thoughtful.
Devlin: Do you believe in God? You know, like, a protector, sort of a guardian angel?
Samar: Yes, I do.
Devlin: I don’t. Nature – that’s my God.
⋘⋙


[ Aram opens a banker’s box containing Moore’s things. He takes out a New Testament ]
⋘⋙
Samar: Well, I suppose we’ll have to agree to disagree. I have an angel.
Devlin: Don’t matter. Even if you believe He puts us here, it’s Nature that takes us away. The beasts and the bugs, the vultures and the nitrogen. …
 

༺ ♤ ༻
 
[ Aram has brought Moore a New Testament ]
Moore: Aren’t you curious?
Aram: Not even slightly. Agent Navabi – I need you to tell me what you know about the man who took her.
Moore: [ Sighs ] Over the years, people have stumbled
onto New Haven. … Steven is the man I contact to get rid of the remains.
Aram: Steven who? What- What is his last name?
Moore: Feltmeyer. … I don’t know his real name. … All I know is who I call if I need to hire Feltmeyer for a job.
 
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[ In Devlin’s van ] [ Rats squealing ]
Devlin: I’m sorry. They’re getting a little impatient. …
[ Samar has found some flares. She leverages one to break the plastic binding on her hands ]
Devlin: These are Himalayan Field Rats. They have 12 molars each, and their teeth just keep growing. Five
inches a year, if you can believe that. That’s why they need something substantial to chew on to, you know, wear down those teeth.
Samar: And that’s me today.
Devlin: Yeah, that’s you.
[ Samar sets off a flare. It produces 🔥 and smoke, filling the van. She sets off 🔥 another ]
Devlin: Damn it!


[ Tires screeching ] [ The van comes to a stop ]
[ Devlin gets out, cough- ing. He opens the back door of the van. Samar punches him ] [ ⚡️Scuffle⚡️ ] [ Samar run] Devlin: Stop! [ Devlin 💥💥 shoots 💥💥 ] …
 

༺ ♤ ༻
 

Red: It is not a weasel. It’s a badger.
Brimley: She’s a digger. She’ll go after insects and grubs, but she really goes nuts for ground-nesting birds.
Cooper: Our prisoner is not a ground-nesting bird.
Brimley: He is to Bernice. …
Red: Believe me – 10 minutes with Bernice and Brimley, and your prisoner will give us the name of Samar’s abductor.
[ Aram appears ]
Aram: He already has.
Cooper: You got him to talk? How?
Aram: Uh, with all due respect, sir, all that matters now is that I did. Uh, turns out Moore, uh, goes through a third party to make contact – a guy by the name of Hannelore.
Red:
Julius Hannelore?
Cooper: Do you know him?
Red: He’s a broker of sorts. An associate recommended him to me after Mr Kaplan passed.
Liz: She did not “pass.” She killed herself so I could get the duffel bag. It was her dying wish. Feel free to
honor it.
Cooper: Can you reach out to your associate?
Red: I’m on my way.
Liz: I’m going with you in case you plan on “juggling.”
Red: … [L]et me set the record straight. My associates
are just that – mine. … [M]y meetings with them are private.
Cooper: Then Agent Keen will be outside the meeting so you can immediately relay any pertinent information.
Red: [ Scoffs ]
 
༺ ♤ ༻
 
Devlin: Stop! [ 💥💥 GUNSHOTS 💥💥 ]


[ Samar huddles beside a tree. She finds a thick stick and hides it in her sleeve ]
Devlin: Look, lady, there’s not much point in running. I told you I don’t like this, but I have a gun, and I will use it if you make me. I was nice to you, and you did this. Get up! Walk.
 

༺ ♤ ༻
 

[ A mortuary ] [ Julius Hannelore prepares a corpse ]
Red: Julius. How do you do it? How do you make a person more presentable in death than they were in life?
Julius: Family recipe. [ Laughs ] …
[ Julius slips a cotton ball under one of the corpse’s eyelids ]
Julius: Mm. Mr Sulzberger is an open casket. Viewing’s in an hour, so unless it’s urgent–
Red: I’m looking for Steven Feltmeyer. … This is a pressing matter. I don’t have time to go through channels. …
[ Julius trims a thread at the corner of the dead man’s
mouth ]
Julius: Everything in its time and mackerel in August.
[ Red pulls out his gun & points it at the corpse’s head ]
Red: I’m afraid I’m going to need my mackerel now, or
else the Sulzbergers are going to need to close the casket.
Julius: You wouldn’t.
Red: I’d sooner take a knife to the “Mona Lisa,” but Feltmeyer has an associate of mine, and I’d like her back. Preferably before she needs her lips sewn shut.
 
༺ ♤ ༻
 

[ Nicholas Moore sits at the interrogation table. He opens the New Testament Aram retrieved for him and peels back the foil liner inside the cover. A small white pill is hidden there ]
 
༺ ♤ ༻
 
[ In Red’s car, Liz is on her cell ] [ Beeps ]
Liz: Feltmeyer’s real name is Lawrence Devlin. …
Red: Good luck with that. Where can we drop you?
Liz: Wait. You’re leaving? We still don’t have Samar.
Red: If there was more I could contribute, I would do it gladly, but there isn’t. So, yes, I’m leaving. …
 
༺ ♤ ༻
 

Devlin: Okay, here’s what we’re gonna do. We’re gonna take you to the farm, … I’m gonna make one real clean incision in your lower lumbar vertebra. And I’m gonna sever your spinal cord to immobilize you. And then, we’re gonna let the rats have their way. … Get in!
[Samar turns and shoves the stick deep into Devlin’s thorax ]
Devlin: [ Grunts ] Whoa! [ Gun cocks ] No! Don’t you– Get in!
[ Samar gets it ] [ Devlin pulls the stick out ] [ Grunting ]
 
༺ ♤ ༻
 
[ The Post Office ]
Liz: According to Reddington’s source, Feltmeyer’s real name is Lawrence Dane Devlin.
Devlin is a fixer who specializes in making problems go away. … He considers himself a thanatologist.
Cooper: I don’t know what that is.


Aram: It’s the scientific discipline devoted to the study of death and decay.
Liz: As recently as 2005, Devlin held a research position at the University of Tennessee’s body farm – until … several of the cadavers Devlin requisitioned turned out to have missing limbs and other body parts. … And since that time, Devlin’s been in the body disposal business. …
Aram: And this guy has Samar.
[ An agent interrupts ]
Agent: Sir, we have a situation.
 

༺ ♤ ༻
 
[ On the floor of the interrogation room, Nicholas Moore lies on the floor writhing, foam coming from his mouth ]
Cooper: [ To Agent Miller ] Call an ambulance.
[ Cooper notices the New Testament on the table ]
 
༺ ♤ ༻
 

[ Devlin is driving the van, panting ]
Samar: It’s getting harder for you to breathe because your lungs are slowly up filling with blood. … But on the bright side, it’s an entirely natural way to go, likely what God intended for you.
[ Devlin is losing consciousness ] [ The van weaves ]
Samar: Hey. Hey, pull over – You can’t drive. Hey, pull over.
[ Horn honks ] [ The van veers off the road into trees and is overturned, ending up on its side ] [ Samar is impaled on a lug wrench ]


 

༺ ♤ ༻
 
[ San Jose, Costa Rica ] [ Smokey and Red are at a café ]

[ Smokey tosses a coin in the air and slides it toward Red ]
Smokey: This is what you need to get in. I pinched a couple off the drivers I snorkeled tequila with. …
Red: Ah, Mercury Dime. Or more accurately, Wingéd Liberty. Here’s a fun fact – the image was modeled on Elsie
Stevens, the wife of poet Wallace Stevens ~
“For the listener, who listens in the snow,
And, nothing himself, beholds
Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is.”

 
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[ Red and Dembe gain admittance to the auction venue ]

In the background:
Auctioneer: All right, ladies and gentlemen, our next item up for bid is this magnificent beast lot number 16, an item any climate-change denier will love. This polar bear would make an excellent addition–

Red: [ Reading ] It’s not on the list.
Dembe: Maybe it’s not for sale.
Red: Or maybe it already sold.

Auctioneer: $50,000. Do I have $50,000? $50,000 is bid. Thank you, madam. Looking for $55,000. $55,000. New bidder, thank you. $60,000?

Dembe: [ Reading ] “The final item won’t be revealed until just prior to the start of bidding.”
Maybe that’s the duffel?
Red: Then there may still be time.
[ Red turns to a waiter ]
Red: Excuse me. The person in charge, where might they be?
[ The waiter gestures toward the back ]

Auctioneer: $70,000. Thank you, sir. Is there
any advance over $70,000? Sold!

 

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[ Red talks to two guards ]
Red: Tell him it’s Raymond Reddington.
Tall Guard: Mr Gonzalez doesn’t see customers.
Red: Please, just tell him it’s Raymond Reddington.
[ The Tall Guard goes into a back room. Red is left with a very Muscular Guard ]
Red: I’ve heard steroids make your penis shrink. Have you found that to be the case?
[ The Muscular Guard stares at him. The Tall Guard returns ]
Tall Guard: Answer’s no.
Red: He does know I’m Number One on the Wanted List, right?
Tall Guard: He does. He told me to tell you the last Number One is his driver.
Red: [ Laughing ] Oh, I mean, obviously, he’s joking.
Tall Guard: He’s not much for jokes. Move along.
Red: Yes, of course. If you could just direct me to the bathroom.
 

Flashback
Smokey: They got metal detectors, wands, with a guest list that’s a who’s who of scumbags. They ain’t taking any chances. No one gets a piece in
once the party starts.
Red: What about before it starts?
Smokey: After our night on the town, the drivers were so bent – [ Chuckles ] … I found a bathroom on the first floor. Look under the sink.

[ Tape peeling ] [ Red removes the gun Smokey had taped under the sink ]
 

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[ In the overturned van, Devlin is passed out in the front. Samar is in the back, with the tire iron stuck in her abdomen ] [ Rat squeaking ]
[ Samar pulls out the wrench ] [ Groans ]
[ Samar uses her scarf to apply a tourniquet around her stomach ]
 
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Auctioneer: Moving on. Lot number 17. An Assyrian relief from Nimrud, dating from the 7th century BCE, showing–

Dembe: Plunder of the Islamic State. They insist the antiquity of the idolatry of the Qur’an demands be destroyed.
Red: Or sold at auction.
Dembe: The sale of illegal artifacts is a major source of funding for terrorism in the Middle East. But for Muslims, this is our history. A
link to our past. What they are doing is like committing cultural genocide.

Auctioneer: It’s two bidders. $750,000. Thank you, sir. The bid is with you at $750,000. Looking for $800,000.m

Dembe: But this is a problem for another day.
Red: Maybe. Maybe not. …
 

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[ Red walks up to the Muscular Guard ]
Red: Hmm. You know, it’s awful, but people do tend to associate a thick neck with a low IQ. How about shattering that cliché by reasonably persuading him to change his mind?
Muscular Guard: That’s not gonna happen.
Red: Mm.

Auctioneer: Do I have $1.7 million? Thank you, sir. $1.7 million I have. Looking for $1.8 million. Looking for $1.8 million. I have $1.8 million. Thank you, sir.

Red: [ Loudly ] Point of order!
Auctioneer: I’m sorry, sir. Are you bidding?
Red: [ To the bidders ] Does it bother either of you, the
terrorism of it all?
Auctioneer: Sir, I’m going to have to ask you to sit down.
Red: Either of you? No? Good. That makes this so much easier.
[ Red shoots the two bidders in the leg 💥💥 then puts his hands up ] [ Crowd screaming ]
Tall Guard: Come with me.
Red: Ah, I thought you’d never ask.
 

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Ressler: We may have something.
Liz: An address on Lawrence Devlin. He has a farm in Preston County, West Virginia.
Cooper: Nicholas Moore is dead. … Had a cyanide pill
hidden inside his Bible, which had been processed into evidence. Any idea how he may have gotten it?
Aram: I got it for him. [ Sighs ] That’s how I got him to talk, sir. … And I’ll accept whatever punishment you think is appropriate, but it got us a name and
now a location where Samar may be. … They could be anywhere within a 45-mile radius.
Liz: That isn’t far from his farm. Maybe he took her there.
Aram: Yeah, if she isn’t already dead.
Cooper: Issue a bulletin. I want all resources redeployed to West Virginia.
 
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[ Devlin is still unconscious in the van. His cellphone vibrates ]
Devlin’s voice on cell: Leave a message.
[ Samar tries to reach the phone. Suddenly, Devlin comes to life and wrestles it away ]
Aram: [ Over phone ] Lawrence Devlin, this is Special Agent Aram Mojtabai of the FBI. We know you have Agent Navabi. … We know where you live, and we will find you, and when we do, Samar – Agent Navabi – better be alive. … [T]aking the life of a federal officer is a capital crime, punishable by death. So if she’s- If you kill her – we will kill you. [ Clicks ]
 

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[ He pulls himself up and stands, grunting ]
Samar: Where are you going?
Devlin: You said I should go get a doctor, so I’m gonna go get myself one. And you, I’m not sure about. I suspect you’re gonna die here!
[ Devlin crawls out of the window ]
 
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[ Sirens wailing] [ At Devlin’s farm, FBI vehicles arrive ]
Ressler: I’ll get the house.
Liz: I have the shed. [ Door creaks ]
[ Agents break in the door of the house ]
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[ Outside, a man tries to run ]
Aram: Stop! Stop! Stop! I said, stop. Stop!
[ Aram chases the man and catches him. The man, Isaiah Hull, grunts ]
Aram: Samar, where is she? Agent Navabi. Lawrence Devlin, where’d he take her? Where did he take her?
 
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[ The back room of the auction venue ]
Mr Gonzalez: Give me one reason why I shouldn’t have you shot.
Red: How about $4 million for the Assyrian relief? That’s more than twice what your two highest bidders were offering.
Gonzalez: That’s not how this works. …
Red: And normally, I’d respect that, but I’m pressed
for time, something a smart businessman such as yourself should take full advantage of.
Gonzalez: $5 million.
Red: Surely you can do better than that.
Gonzalez: $6 million.
Red: Done. On two conditions. First, you keep the proceeds. The terrorists get nothing. … I’ll find a more appropriate home for the relief.
Gonzalez: And the second?
Red: I get the duffel bag.
Gonzalez: What duffel bag?
Red: The final item–
Gonzalez: –Are schematics to Samsung’s next Android operating system.
Red: Ian Garvey came here. He brought you a duffel bag.
Gonzalez: I have no duffel bag, and I’ve never met Ian Garvey.
Red: But- But he was here?
Gonzalez: Not to meet with me.
Red: Then I have a third condition – I want to see your surveillance footage.
 
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Ressler: … We know you worked for Devlin. …
Isaiah: I just manage the property. Mr Devlin lets me stay here. In exchange, I take care of the stock.
Liz: The stock? Mm. You mean the insects you keep out in the shed?
Isaiah: Insects, rodents arthropods. They need a lot of care. … He does experiments w-with
the bodies. That’s what the arthropods are for, studying decomposition under various settings.
Liz: You know where he does this?
Isaiah: Mm. He calls it “The Lab.” It’s on his grandfather’s land. Taylor- Taylor County.
 
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[ Samar tries to pry open the heavy wire grating entrapping her in the van ]
[ Bear ‼️ growling ]
Devlin: [ Outside ] Let me in! No! Help! Help!
[ Thuds ] [ A bloody hand splats against the van window ]
Devlin: Oh, no, no! No more! Ohh! Aah!
[ The van shakes ] [ Devlin’s cellphone is thrown free. Samar manages to retrieve it ]
[ The bear rams the van ] [ Thud! ]
[ The van rolls down an embankment and lands in 🌊 water 🌊 , where it begins to sink ]


 

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[ At Devlin’s “Lab” on his grandfather’s land, agents comb the grounds ]
Ressler: I got something over here.
Aram: What is it?
Ressler: [ Quietly ] It’s a body.
Aram: What? What body? What do you mean, “a body”?
Ressler: It’s old. It’s not Samar.
[ Liz finds a file in a closed vinyl folder next to the body ]
Liz: This guy’s serious. …
 
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[ The video surveillance shows a man with the black duffel bag and another man ]
Gonzolez: This is from last month’s auction.
Red: [ Pointing ] Yeah. That man. There.
Gonzolez: He’s a valued customer. I know him as Max Birmingham. What his real name is, I cannot say.
Red: I can.
 

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[ Inside the sinking van, Samar struggles ]
[ Rat squeaking ] [ Grunting ] [ Breathing heavily ]
[ Samar is able to retrieve the cell phone from the front of the van ]
 
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[ The FBI team continues searching ] [ Aram sees fingers protruding from a fresh grave ]
Aram: Oh, God. I think I have something.
Ressler: [ On comms ] What is it? … What do you have? Aram!
[ Aram’s cellphone starts ringing ]
Aram: No, no! Samar, no. No.
[ Aram drops to his knees and digs ]
[ Ringing continues ]
Ressler: Aram, what is it?
[Aram finally answers his cellphone]
Aram: Hello?
Samar: [ On phone ] Aram.
Aram: Samar?!! Oh, my God, are you okay?
[ 🌊 WATER 🌊 RUSHING ]
Samar: There was an accident.
Aram: An accident? Are- Are you hurt? Where are you?
Samar: The van, it’s in the water.
Aram: Water, okay. What- What- What water? Listen, um, I think I think we’re close. Just tell me where you are. Samar? Come on, Samar, talk to me. Lawrence Devlin, the man who took you.
Samar: He’s dead. There was- There was a bear.
Aram: A bear? As in – a bear? Okay, listen,
now, the water, is it a lake or a river?
Samar: Yes. Yes, yes.
Aram: It’s a lake or a river?
[ The 🌊 water 🌊 has risen to Samar’s chin ]
Samar: If you had asked me to marry you, my love, um – The answer would have been yes.
Aram: That’s- I – Samar. Listen to me. All that matters is getting your home safely. So, please, just tell me where you are. … [ Voice breaking ] Come on, Samar! …


 

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Aram: There was an accident and water. The van was in water.
Ressler: Well, the only water nearby is the Tygart Valley River to the east.
Liz: That river runs for miles. …
Aram: When I ran a search for Devlin’s cell signal before, it
only pinged one tower in the region uh, here, outside Kingwood. That limits us to four or five square miles of river.
Ressler: [ To the search team ] All right, listen up. We’re gonna refocus our search to a five-mile area along the Tygart River Valley.
[ Aram gets in an SUV and speeds away ]
 
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[ Aram stops his vehicle ] [ Tires screech to a stop ] [ He pounds the car seat ]
Aram: Come on! Where are you?!
[ Aram gets out. He sees tire tracks and some trees that have been been stripped of their bark – and some broken glass ]
[ Looking down the embankment, Aram sees the van in the river, mostly submerged ]


Aram: Guys! Guys, I-I found it! I think I see the van.
Ressler: [ Over comms ] Where are you?
Aram: I don’t know. Some- Um, I-I turned north off Kannan, less than a quarter mile– Samar. Samar!
[ Aram rips off his jacket and runs down the embankment ]
 

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[ Inside the van, Samar is 🌊 underwater 🌊, desperately trying to dislodge the metal barrier ]
 
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[ Aram dives into the river. He gets into the driver’s end of the van where there are still a few inches of air ]
Aram: [ Gasping ] Okay. Hang on. Hang on.
[ Aram finds the keys to the enclosure where Samar
is trapped. He drops the keys, then dives down to retrieve them. He drops the keys again, retrieves them again ]
Aram: Hang on. Hang on. …
[ Aram at last gets the compartment open. He swims
into the back of the van and pulls out the limp Samar. Aram swims with Samar to shore, lays her down on the ground and does CPR ]
Aram: Come on. Come on, Samar. Come on.
[ Samar is unresponsive ]
Aram: [ Desperately ] Come on. Come on!
[ Samar remains unresponsive ] [ Aram takes Samar’s head in his hands ]
 
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[ Costa Rica. Smokey is in the back of a car with Red. Dembe drives ]
Smokey: You mind telling me who this- this- this Max Birmingham really is?
Red: Sutton Ross. He died years ago. [ Chuckles ] Or so I thought.
Dembe: That’s his connection to Garvey.
Smokey: What is?
Red: Garvey was a US Marshal. He put people in witness protection. Made them disappear or appear to be dead. Garvey must have made that happen for Sutton Ross. We came all this way to find the duffel has been handed
from one enemy of mine to another.
Dembe: And yet, neither chose to make its contents public.
Smokey: If what you’re looking for is as valuable as you say, why- why- didn’t they put it up for auction?
Red: I have no idea.
 
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[ Monitor beeping ] [ At a hospital, Samar is on a respirator, unconscious ]
Aram: [ Upbeat, to Samar ] So, I, uh, did a little research. … Okay. So, I came across this study from 2014 that, uh, showed how playing familiar music to people in, uh,
in minimally conscious states enhanced recovery. … So, uh, since, at the moment, you can’t get to your favorite playlist, I thought that I would bring your favorite playlist to you.
[ Lone Bellow’s version of “For What It’s Worth” plays ]
 
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[ Ressler and Cooper look in through an observation window ]
Cooper: How is she?
Ressler: She’s alive, but she went a long time without oxygen. I mean, that was after she was somehow impaled.


Cooper: Did they say how long she would be on a respirator?
Ressler: All they said was that she can’t breathe on her own, and they don’t know if she ever will. …
Cooper: Where’s Keen?
 

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[ Costa Rica ] [ Door creaks ]
Liz: [ Holds up her badge ] Agent Elizabeth Keen. FBI.
[ Gonzalez greets her ]
 
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[ Car doors close. Liz and Red approach each other ]
Red: I spoke to Harold. He told me about Agent Navabi.
Liz: Gonzalez called you.
Red: His guard, actually. We developed something of a bond.
Liz: He showed me the surveillance feeds. I know Max Birmingham has the duffel bag.
Red: You follow me to where you don’t belong, watch tapes that are none of your business.
Liz: I sent his picture to the Post Office.
Red: You do what you know I don’t want you to do.
Liz: By the time I get back, they’ll have his real ID.
Red: You disappoint me. And yet, somehow, at the same time, you impress me. You persevere.
Liz: Runs in the family, I guess.
Red: [ Chuckles] I suppose it was inevitable.
Liz: What’s that?
Red: Our sprint to the finish. The bag is just out of reach now. After everything we’ve been through, it won’t be long before one of us has it.
Liz: No, not one of us. Me.
Red: What would you say to flying back with me on my jet, enjoying a few hours of peace and quiet before we repair to our neutral corners?
Liz: I’d say that’s a very generous offer.
Red: Yes, it would be, if I was to offer that. Which I’m not. Goodbye, Elizabeth. I’ll be waiting at the finish line.
 
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Aram: Okay, so, uh, uh, this one wasn’t, uh, on your playlist, or mine. But I’m kind of hoping that someday [ Keys clacking ] it will be.
[ Etta James’ ♫ “At Last” plays ]

♪ At last
My love has come along
My lonely days are over
And life is like a song

Aram: Samar. I’ve been in love with you since the first moment I saw you. Every day since then has- has been my best day because I have spent them with you. I want
to spend all my days with you.

♪ Oh, yeah, yeah–
At last
The skies above are blue

[ Aram takes out the amethyst ring ~ their engagement ring ]
Aram: So – [ Exhales deeply ] Here we go. [ Chuckles ]

♪ My heart was wrapped up in clover
And here we are in Heaven

Aram: Samar Navabi – at long last – Will you marry me?
[ He slips the ring onto her finger ]

♪ For you are mi-i-i-ne
At la-a-a-st

 

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Brief: Red made a deal with opium supplier Zarak Mosadek to have him cut his cartel’s supply to Ian Garvey’s Nash Syndicate unless Garvey gave Red the duffel bag containing a skeleton that Red is trying to keep from Liz. But Mosadek double-crossed Red, instructing Garvey to instead kill Red when he turned up to get the duffel bag. The FBI found out about the plot via a bug that Liz planted on Lilly (or Jennifer, Red’s other daughter and half-sister). Lilly confronted Garvey with the information about Garvey’s crimes that Liz had told her about and challenged him to deny them. She had known Garvey only as a “good man” who had saved her from Red and gotten her into witness protection. Ever since the Christmas Even when Red disappeared (12/24/1990), Garvey had acted as a surrogate father to Lilly. Garvey denied the crimes Liz told Lilly about (his drug connections and murdering Tom), but told her he planned to rid the world of Raymond Reddington at a meeting planned for the next day.

The FBI told Red about the double-cross and Red then pulled off a double-double-cross by turning his associate Tony Pagliaro into an exact replicate of Garvey (using the skills of Raleigh Sinclair, who can put a person in two places at once). The fake Garvey showed up to the meetup between Red and Mosadek and killed Mosadek. Law enforcement ID’d the killer to the public as Garvey. Meanwhile, Red and Dembe had captured the real Garvey, but he caused a car crash and escaped, and headed to Pete’s Tavern, to get help fleeing law enforcement from Lilly. Liz headed there, too, and was arresting Garvey but he forestalled her saying he could tell her the story of what was in the duffel bag. That’s when Red – using location info Aram provided from the bug – showed up and threatened to kill Garvey if he uttered even “one article” about the duffel bag. Liz then turned her gun on Red, insisting Garvey tell the story. Lilly got in-between Red and Garvey, begging Red to spare Garvey and telling Red she was Jennifer, his long-lost daughter. Red, though stunned, told Dembe to remove Jennifer from the line of fire. But Garvey pulled his gun and shot, hitting Red and wounding him. Liz then shot Garvey three times in the chest, wounds that appear to be fatal.

 

[ A little girl, Maybelle, and her father run through a woods. She trips and falls ]
Maybelle: Aah!
Maybelle’s father Robert: You okay? Huh? Can you keep going?
Maybelle: Yeah. Is it them, Daddy?
Robert: Stay put.
[ He starts to leave but she grabs his hand. She smears powder on his forehead ]
Robert: Stay right here. I’ll be back.
[ Robert runs ahead ] [ Maybelle pours powder around her then applies some to her forehead ]
 

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[ Robert runs until someone grabs him; he screams as he is dragged off ]
[ Maybelle gasps, hearing the screaming. Then she runs. She runs straight onto a highway, without regard for traffic ] [ A semi stops just in time ]
 
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[ Liz enters Red’s apartment. Dr Melissa Lomay is there seeing to Red ] …
Dr Lomay: The gunshot wound’s not the issue. What concerns me is the concussion.
Liz: You have a concussion?
Red: So it seems. Dembe and I were in a minor car accident.
Dr Lomay: Mr Reddington, you suffered a significant blow to the head. … You’re on bed rest – no argument. …
Red: This is all wildly inconvenient.
[ Dr Lomay leaves ]
Red: So, how does it feel? … To know the man responsible for killing Tom is dead?
Liz: Tom died so I could know the truth – the secret hidden inside that bag. That’s still out there.
[ Red slaps the newspaper he was reading on the coffee table. Liz sees the article he was reading before he covers it with an umbrella ]
Red: Garvey must have hidden it. Now that he’s gone, we have to accept the fact that it may never be found. … It was Jennifer, wasn’t it? How you knew that Garvey would betray our agreement and try to kill me at the
meet.
Liz: Yes. … So you accept that she doesn’t want to see you.
Red: I do.
Liz: So you won’t go and see her?
Red: You heard the good doctor. It appears I’m not supposed to go anywhere.
 
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[ The Post Office ]
[ A photo of Maybelle with the newspaper article Red was reading is displayed overhead ]
Liz: Reddington is gonna try and get to this girl. …
Ressler: A girl with leukemia found walking alone on the western
edge of New Hampshire.
Liz: No name, no parents, no fingerprints or I.D. on file. They think she walked out of the woods.
Cooper: What makes you think the article has any connection to the location of the bag?
Liz: Reddington was reading it this morning, and when I saw him, he tried to hide it. …
Aram: A young girl appears out of nowhere, completely untouched by modern medicine, … no evidence of vaccinations, she has zero trace of the toxins we encounter on a daily basis. …
 
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[ Pete’s Tavern] [ Red knocks] [ Lilly (aka Jennifer) opens the door ]
Lilly: What?
Red: Ian Garvey. I know he meant a great deal to you.
Lilly: The answer’s no.
Red: And I’m sorry for your loss.
Lilly: I know why you’re here. It’s to- to see if he gave me a duffel bag, and he didn’t. …
Red: If Garvey didn’t give it to you, it’s possible he gave it to your mother.
Lilly: You’re never gonna find her.
Red: Which means you know where she is. … I need to find Naomi.
Lilly: Maybe, but you never will.
[ Door slams ]
 
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[ Waterville Valley Hospital NH ]
Dr Brock: When she was brought in, she was violent with the staff. We had to sedate her. She tries to refuse treatment, doesn’t want anyone even touching her.
Samar: What’s that on the floor?
Dr Brock: It was in her backpack, some mineral concoction. Lab says it’s harmless. Psych team says she believes it has protective powers. …
 
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Liz: It’s okay. I’m a friend.
Liz: Did someone hurt you? Your parents, are they okay?
Maybelle: [ Breathing shakily ] They took my dad.
Liz: Who took him? What happened?
[ Liz is about to cross the line of powder on the floor ]
Maybelle: No! No! You’re infected! Stay away from me! No! No! No!
 
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Nicholas T Moore: [ Reading aloud to a group of children ] “It seemed to him that he had gone a terribly long distance when something tickled his nose. … ”
Scout: [ Breathlessly ] The Scout team from the north,
they’ve signaled. They found one of ’em. They’re bringing him in now.
Moore: Secure the perimeter. Sound the distress signal. Uh, notify the men we’re bringing in an “afflicted.”
 
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[ 🚨 Alarm Blaring 🚨 ]
[ Robert is dragged in on a sled by men wearing gas masks. He is beaten and bloody ]
Moore: He’s infected. Won’t last the night. Prepare the inglenook. …


 

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Aram: Okay, so, I think I have a lead. There was another one found 46 miles from where our Jane Doe turned up.
Samar: Okay, you have our attention.
Aram: 2003 – maintenance workers from RBX Rail discovered a deranged man walking on a
remote
section of track in Grafton County. The man claimed his name was WP Frost, … but law enforcement couldn’t confirm his identity. …
Samar: Is Frost still alive? Can you put us in touch with him?
Aram: Between ’05 and ’08, he was a ward of the state, committed to the Heinritz Psychiatric Center in Concord. He was under the care of a Dr Francis Woerner, … an expert in … “Anomalistic psychology,” which is the study of extraordinary behavior and experience, including those which are often labeled “paranormal.”…
 
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Red: Garvey must have had a death switch in place a way to get one of them the bag. We just need to find out what that is.
Dembe: Smokey needs to find out. You need to rest and take your antibiotic.
Red: I’m sure Smokey’ll find out … .
Smokey: … Smokey’s … already found it out, or at least found the guy who can tell us what iis. Mm-hmm – Garvey’s number two.
Red: Judson.
Smokey: As we speak, he’s clenching his keister at the Holt Federal Detention Center … .
 
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Dr Woerner: When I met Frost, it was as if he’d come from another time. His knowledge of history, science, pop culture – they all ceased in 1957, as if they’d been erased or simply never happened at all.
Liz: How did he explain the present your computer, modern vehicles?
Dr Woerner: … [H]e believed … that he’d somehow survived a cataclysmic event he called The Age of Contagion. … Perhaps it would be best if you heard it from Frost himself.

[ On Recording: ]
Dr Woerner: Tell me again when it happened.
WP Frost: June 24, 1957.
Dr Woerner: And what happened on that day? How did it get out of control?
Frost: Carl Davies. He was a tech at a medical research lab called Cyntax. Suffered an accidental needle stick. Within six hours, they’d lost containment of Cambridge. England was infected by the next night, America three days later. …
Dr Woerner: Those survivors who went on to found New Haven, they remain isolated? Free from infection by the– What do you call them?
Frost: The Ollo.
Dr Woerner: Remind me, who are the Ollo?
Frost: The others. Like you. The ones who carry the strain. That’s why we guard New Haven, keep it pure.
Dr Woerner: What happens if someone wanders away or gets infected?
Frost: Gotta get purified, set clean, taken to the inglenook.

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[ A record platter is played on an old-fashioned phonograph. ♪ “Let all mortal flesh keep silence” plays ]
Robert: [ Screams ]
[ Robert is lifted into the “inglenook” (like a pig roaster) ]
 

[ Clanks, latch clicks ]
Moore: [ To Robert’s wife Pearl ] I can’t imagine how you must feel, but remember – He strayed. …
Pearl: What about my Maybelle?
Moore: We’re searching. But remember what has to happen if we find her.
 

 
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Dr Woerner: Frost was convinced that the Ollo would come for him …. His only protection was a dust he called “rhyolite” – no spirits could cross it. He left circles on the floor of it, lined the windows.
Samar: We’d like to speak with Frost. Do you know where he is?
Dr Woerner: We received a call one night from security – window was broken, sign of a struggle.
Liz: So, he escaped?
Dr Woerner: Either that, or Frost was right, and the Ollo came for him.
 
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[ Holt Federal Detention Center ] [ Officer Ronnie Glanton walks through the parking lot. He can’t find his car ]
Red: You all right?
Glanton: My car. It was parked right here. You see what happened to it?
Red: See? ’66 Mustang, burnt orange metallic, white
racing stripes? Ronnie, I couldn’t take my eyes off it. Stunning, really.
Glanton: Who are you? How do you know my name?
Red: Oh, I know quite a bit about you, Officer Glanton. I confess, my first thought was to kidnap your wife, but word on the street is you may love that vehicle of yours
even more than the wife.
Glanton: I’m calling the police.
Red: That won’t be necessary. [ Red shows his gun ] I just need a small favor.
Glanton: What kind of favor?
Red: There’s an inmate on the cellblock you supervise. His name is Judson. I need to have a word with the man. …
 
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Liz: [ Whispering ] I brought you something. Rhyolite – to keep the Ollo away. What’s your name?
Maybelle: Maybelle.
Liz: That’s a pretty name. My name’s Elizabeth. Are you from New Haven?
Maybelle: How did you–
Liz: I know a lot of things, Maybelle. I know about Davies, Cambridge, the infection. I know about the Ollo, but I’m not one of them. Can you take me to New Haven, keep me safe? Are there others like us?
Maybelle: The Ollo came for us when we tried to leave. I got away. They took my dad.
Liz: Why did you try to leave?
Maybelle: I’m sick. [ Breathes heavily ] My dad said he heard about people who could help me.
Liz: Your daddy’s a very smart man. What did they do to him?
Maybelle: That’s for Mr Moore to decide. [ Breathes heavily ]
Liz: Mr Moore. I’d like to meet him. Can you take me to Mr Moore?
 
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Orderly: [ Clears throat ] Excuse me. … They need her downstairs. …
Maybelle: Don’t let him take me, please. I don’t want to go! …
[ An Administrator intervenes ]
Liz: Is this really necessary?
Administrator: The child is ill– …
[ A second orderly shows up ]
Administrator: Can I help you?
Second orderly: Yeah. I’m, uh I’m here for the patient – the Jane Doe in 314.
[ Elevator doors with Maybelle and the first orderly close ]
Administrator: No, that patient was already picked up–
[ Liz and Samar realize Maybelle is being abducted ]
Samar: I’ll take the service entrance.
Liz: I’ve got the front. [ To Administrator: ] Notify security. Have them lock down the facility. Tell them our Jane Doe’s been abducted.
 
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[ Samar comes out a back door of the hospital. The “orderly”/abductor has loaded Maybelle into the back of a van ]
Samar: Put your hands up.
[ The abductor knocks Samar’s gun away ] [ ⚡️ Fight ⚡️ ] [ The abductor overpowers Samar and forces her, unconscious, into the back of the van with Maybelle ]
 
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Cooper: Gone? What do you mean she’s gone?
Aram: Overcome. Taken. She’s vanished. I’ve run, uh, hospital feeds, uh, CCTV. …
Liz: It’s gonna be okay. Everything is gonna be okay.
Aram: Stop staying that, Liz. Everything is not gonna be okay. Samar was taken by a professional, and we do not have a single credible lead on how to find her!
Ressler: I think I got something. Keen said our Jane Doe mentioned a name before she was taken.
 

Liz: Yeah, Moore. …
Ressler: Get a load of this – the Bureau has an open file on a missing male. Nicholas Tyler Moore 30 years old when he vanished back in 1973.
Cooper: And you think he’s connected because?
Ressler: He vanished from Grafton County in New Hampshire.
Liz: Where our Jane Doe was found.
Ressler: And where WP Frost was found wandering the tracks. … He’s got a widow in Tamworth. …
 
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Ms Moore: One day, he just takes off – don’t show up to work, don’t come to church. Nobody’s seen him since. …
Liz: We found a young girl we think may have seen your missing husband. …
Ressler: Miss Moore, have you ever heard of a man by the name of Carl Davies? …
Ms Moore: Well, of course I have. He’s the whole reason for New Haven.
Liz: New Haven. Where is that?
Ms Moore: What is this really about?
Liz: The girl we found– We think she may be from a place called New Haven.
Ms Moore: Is that a fact? Afraid of the Ollo, think they’re coming to get her, use rhyolite for protection?
Ressler: I’m sorry. Uh, how do you know this?
Ms Moore: The girl ain’t seen my husband.
[ Ms Moore hands Ressler a paperback titled “The Age of Contagion” by Nicholas T Moore ]
Ms Moore: She just read his book. …
 
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Officer Glanton: [ Over earpiece ] I deliver the earpiece, and our business is finished?
Red: That’s the agreement. …
[ Glanton slips an earpiece into Judson’s hand ]
Judson: What–
Glanton: Shut up. Take it. Don’t look at it. It’s an earpiece.
[ Glanton walks away. Judson puts the earpiece in his ear ]

Red: [ Over earphone ] Mr Judson, good to see you up and about. …
Judson: Reddington?
Red: We have unfinished business. You have something that belongs to me.
Judson: You mean the duffel bag? I don’t have it, and I don’t know who does.
Red: Careful, Mr Judson. You’re at a crossroads. What you say next could determine the rest of your life.
Judson: Look, Garvey knew you were closing in. A few weeks before he died, I took him to the airport. He had the bag with him when he went, and when I picked him up after, it was gone.
Red: Where did he go?
Judson: [ Sighs ] Costa Rica. You want the duffel, that’s where it is.
 
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[ At the New Haven compound ]
Abductor (“Orderly”): She’s here, delivered as promised.
[ Moore sees the frightened Maybelle and also Samar (still unconscious) in the van ]
Moore: Who’s she?
Abductor: Don’t you worry about her. … You contracted for the girl. You got the girl. I’ll take care of this one. …
 
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Smokey: The pilot on Garvey’s jet says a town car was waiting for him on the tarmac. Company dispatch gave me the address where he was taken. …
[ Dembe hands Red a phone ]
Dembe: Raymond. It’s her.
Red: Hello.
Lilly: I can take you to Naomi.
Red: What changed?
Lilly: I have questions I need you to answer. I don’t think you’ll be honest unless properly motivated.
Red: A car will pick you up in half an hour.
Smokey: I-I-I-I thought we were wheels up ASAP.
Red: You still are. Track down that address. Call me when you have. …
 
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Aram: “The Age of Contagion” is a little-known paperback written by Nicholas T Moore in 1971. It tells the story of a group who survive a plague that nearly wipes out civilization. …
Ressler: Everything we’ve learned from the girl, WP Frost, it’s all in this guy’s book?
Aram: New Haven, the rhyolite, the warnings about leaving camp. …
If these people are actually isolationists like the characters in the book, then they think that we are infected. And according to the book, once you’re infected, the only way you can be purified is by burning in some giant, furnace-like fire.
Cooper: Which is what they’ll do–
Liz: The girl.
Aram: And Samar. … .
 
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Aram: Sir. Sir, I think I found something. Okay, so Jane Doe was found along a remote stretch of road in New Hampshire. WP Frost was found 46 miles to the south.
Cooper: Both in Grafton County.
Aram: Yes, which is important because Moore’s
book refers to something that he calls an Invocation Ceremony. It’s like a baptism. It takes place in a waterfall. … [O]ne, Stinson Brook Falls, is located just two miles from where Jane Doe was found.
Cooper: That’s excellent, but does it give us a specific search parameter?
Aram: No, but this does. [ He lays out a map ] Okay, tax records deeding 580 acres of wooded land to a non-profit entity the same year that Moore vanished.
Cooper: Go. Notify the team.
Aram: Thank you, sir.
Cooper: For what?
Aram: Not saying it’s gonna be okay.


 

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Lilly: So, you’re saying you were framed?
Red: I’m saying a perfectly plausible narrative was created.
Lilly: By some shadow government called the Cabal.
Red: Secret societies exist. The Cabal, the Trilateral Commission – private organizations that harness powerful forces to tip the scales in their favor – military
engagements, UN interventions, treaties. The Cabal is the one I stumbled across – and tried to destroy. To prevent that, they tried to destroy me.
Lilly: How does [that] explain why you abandoned us?
Red: You weren’t abandoned. You were protected.
Lilly: Yes. So, you forget my ground rules, which is I take you to Naomi in exchange for honest answers.
Red: In 1990, the KGB and the CIA had almost nothing in common except the mutual determination to hunt down one individual.
Lilly: You.
Red: Being a fugitive from American law enforcement is a lot easier than being a fugitive from the two most powerful nations on Earth. And anyone close to a target of theirs becomes a target themselves.
Lilly: Family.
Red: Especially family. Unless they’re abandoned on the side of a road on Christmas Eve.
Lilly: After you left, we went into Witness
Protection.
Red: Put where the Cabal wouldn’t find you.
Lilly: Or my father.
Red: An effective, albeit excruciatingly painful solution.
Lilly: Effective?
Red: You survived, as did your mother, to whom I hope you are now willing to take me.
 
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Maybelle: [ Crying ] Mommy, please don’t let them take me!
Vera: Don’t listen to her, Pearl. Don’t let that tainted spirit into your head. Remind yourself she’s been infected. That is not our girl.
Maybelle: No! Mommy! No! Help me! [ Sobs ] Help me! [ Crying ]
[ Maybelle is placed into the inglenook ] [ Latch clicks ]
Maybelle: Mommy, no! Help me! No! Mommy!
 
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Moore: O God, we humbly beseech Thee for the soul of your servant Maybelle–
Maybelle: [ Crying ] Mommy.
Moore: –that today Thou has commanded to depart from us ….

Middle-aged woman: There’s something in the trees!
[ Points ] The Ollo!
Moore: Sound the alarm! …
[ 🚨 Alarm Blares 🚨 ] [ 💥💥💥 Gunfire 💥💥💥]
[ Liz runs to the inglenook, opens the lid ]
Liz: It’s okay. Maybelle, I’m here to help. … Come on.
 

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Aram: Did you find her?
Ressler: No, not yet. …
Aram: If they haven’t found her, then she’s gotta be inside with them. … We have to go in.
Ressler: We can’t, and you know that. HRT’s en route.
Aram: We cannot wait for a negotiator. We have to do
something now. …
SWAT Commander: HRT can’t land here – the terrain’s too rough. We’re staging in Benton and driving in. …
[ Aram begins walking toward the main house ]
Liz: Aram. Aram. Wait!
Ressler: What are you doing, Aram?
 
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[ Aram approaches the house, hands raised, with Moore’s book in his hand ]
Moore: Stop him. …
Aram: I’m unarmed. My name is Agent Aram Mojtabai. I’m with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. … [Y]ou- you know what that is, right?
Kit: There’s no FBI anymore.
Aram: Oh, boy. Okay. Yeah, see, uh, you think that. Uh. I-I-I know you were taught to believe that, but, uh, I’m here, and, you know, we’re we’re here, and we are not infected. We are not the Ollo.
Kit: What do you know about the Ollo?
Aram: The things that you’ve been told, the story about Carl Davies and his experiments, how he was
accidentally stuck by a needle which triggered a plague – it’s- it’s all fiction.
Kit: You’re saying it didn’t happen?
Aram: What I’m saying is that it is literally fiction. This book- This book that I’m holding – It’s called “The Age of Contagion,” and it was written in 1971 by an unemployed, aspiring novelist …. And his name his name was Nicholas T Moore.
Moore: Kit. Shut the door. Now.
 
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Aram: He doesn’t want you to know the truth. … Cyntax, the fall of Cambridge – how the plague spread through Europe to America. It’s- That’s Chapter Three. …
Moore: That’s enough!
Aram: [ Solemnly ] You’re him. Nicholas T Moore. You tell them. You thought civilization was doomed, so you created one of your own, based on your book.
Moore: Back away now, or I swear I’ll shoot you myself.
Aram: I can’t do that, not without Agent Navabi, the one inside. You let her go. …
Kit: There’s no agent inside. … You heard Mr Moore. Back away. Do it now!
Aram: Okay, okay! Just – read it. Read it. Please. You will understand everything if you just just read it.
[ Aram puts the book down on a log and backs
away ]
[ Maybelle’s mother Pearl pushes past Kit to get the book ]
Moore: Pearl! Pearl, what are you doing? Pearl, stop. Stop! Get back in here!
[ Pearl picks up the book, reads the back cover ]
Pearl: How is this even possible? Carl Davies, the
Contagion, the Ollo – they’re in a book.
Moore: The book is real –
Pearl: Every date, place, the invocation, and the waterfall, all of it!
[ Moore tries to take the book. Kit stops him ]
Kit: No, we want to hear this. …
 
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Pearl: He spells out everything – the compound and the elders, our security measures, the rhyolite. Is it real?
Moore: This is what the Ollo do! They creep into our minds and try to corrupt us and drive us apart.
Pearl: My baby is out there now. Tell me, is it a lie? Mother, are you part of this?
Vera: Pearl, no! Pearl!
[ Pressing the book into Kit’s hand, Pearl leaves and runs toward the FBI ]
Pearl: My daughter! Where is she?
Ressler: Hold your fire! Hold your fire! …


 

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Moore: The writings in that book is simply the story of what is to come.
Kit: What does that mean? A story!
Moore: A prophecy about the sickness that’s overcome
our society, one that we must protect ourselves against.
[ One by one, group members begin to leave ]
Moore: [ Calling out ] If you leave, I cannot save you! Do you hear me?! I
cannot protect you from their plague.
[ Finally, Kit turns to join those leaving. Moore grabs a gun and shoots him in the back 💥 ]
Vera: No! Nicholas!
Ressler: Breach, breach!
[ 💥💥💥 Gunfire 💥💥💥 ]
[ Screaming ]
 
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Ressler: We searched the entire place. She’s not here, Aram. I’m sorry.
[ Aram confronts Moore who is in handcuffs ]
Aram: Hey. Hey, where is she, the agent, Samar Navabi? You know exactly who I’m talking about, and you’re gonna tell me where she is. Come on! Answer me! Where is she? Where?!
Moore: Gone. Gone away.
[ Ressler pulls Aram away ] …
 
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[ Dembe drives Red and Lilly into a cemetery ]
Red: This cannot be right.
Lilly: See for yourself.
[ A gravestone is engraved “Naomi Hyland / Beloved Wife & Mother” ]
Red: What happened?
Lilly: You did.
Red: How?
Lilly: She was shot twice coming out of her apartment. No one knows why. I thought maybe you did.
Red: No.
Lilly: You didn’t abandon us to protect us. You just abandoned us. … To protect me…from you, she walked
out of my life. I didn’t even know she was dead until she’d been gone nearly a year.
Red: I’m sorry. …
Lilly: And I hope you give me one more to my final question. Will you please never contact me again?
Red: Yes. …
[ Lilly walks away ]


 

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[ Liz arrives at the hospital with Maybelle and her mother Pearl ]
Liz: Because of your husband, Maybelle’s gonna get the help she needs.
Pearl: All he cared about was her.
Liz: And thanks to him, she’s gonna be okay.
 
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Cooper: No demands for ransom yet. I’ll call you back.
[ Ressler enters ]
Cooper: Anything?
Ressler: No, it’s not good. Still no sign of the van and zero matches on the surveillance photo of the unsub from the abduction site.
Cooper: Reach out to Keen. Have her notify Reddington, see if he can help. …
 
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[ Inside Red’s plane on the tarmac ] [ Liz enters ]
Liz: … I just spoke to the good doctor at your apartment. Imagine my surprise when she told me you were headed to Costa Rica when you told me you’d be convalescing at home.
Red: I said those are the doctor’s orders. I never said that I would follow them.
Liz: And I never thought you would, but you knew that,
didn’t you? Which is why you played that little game with the newspaper article – the one about mysterious girl? You knew I’d … go on a wild goose chase while you went after the duffel bag.
Red: Ah. Best laid plans. Now, if you’d excuse us, we’re wheels up in about 10.
Liz: … [Y]ou’re not going anywhere.
Red: Why is that?
Liz: Because Samar is missing, and I need your help to find her.
 
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[ Samar wakes up in the back of the van being driven by the imposter “orderly” who had also abducted Maybelle. Her hands are tied. The driver’s name is Lawrence Dean Devlin and he is the next Blacklister ]

 

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Brief: Red has succeeded in earning the gratitude of Ian Garvey’s opium supplier, Zarak Mosadek, by rescuing his son from the Taliban, a Paris operation he accomplished with help from the FBI. Cooper approved the operation over the objection of Cynthia Panabaker of the CIA which had recently cut ties to Mosadek as an informant. In gratitude to Red, Mosadek will meet with Ian Garvey in the U.S. to give him the bad news that his opium supply is at risk – the source of Garvey’s power within the Nash Drug Syndicate. Red plans to use his leverage to retrieve from Garvey the duffel bag full of bones whose identity Red wants to keep a secret from Liz and the world. He has also vowed to Garvey that he will kill him once he gets the bones back.

In Red’s absense, Liz has worked with Aram to track Garvey, who killed both Tom and the detective investigating Tom’s murder, Norman Singleton. She and Aram followed Garvey 50 miles to Baltimore where they saw Garvey embrace a woman on the sidewalk in front of a bar, Pete’s Tavern. Aram identified the woman as Lillian May Roth, 35 years old, an employee of the bar. Later, Liz confronted Lillian and compelled her to come to her apartment and demanded information on Garvey. Lillian explained that Garvey was a surrogate father to her and got her into witness protection years ago to protect her from her real father, a career criminal on the FBI’s Most Wanted List – Raymond Reddington! She is Red’s daughter Jennifer by Carla (aka Naomi Hyland). Liz confided to Lillian that she herself is the daughter of Raymond Reddington.

 
Mosadek: Ian Garvey is– How do you Americans say it? A dead man walking? I cut him off. He no longer represents my interests in your country.
Red: I trust he knows why and what he must do to regain your patronage?
Mosadek: Yes. He was not happy about it. … Garvey has made a lot of money distributing my product, protecting my supply lines. …
Red: Then he’ll bring me what I need, and your debt will be paid.
Mosadek: As the gospels say, “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and unto Reddington the things that are Reddington’s.” …
Red: I’ll contact you with a time and place. …
 

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[ Mosadek makes a call ]
Mosadek: Reddington knows too much. About both of us.
Garvey: He believed your story?
Mosadek: Of course. He lives in a world where people do what he tells them. So he expects me to bring him the bag. And when you do, I expect you to kill him. …
 
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Liz: I have a daughter.
Lilly: I want to go home.
Liz: Her name is Agnes. She’s living with her grandmother until it’s safe for her to come back. … It won’t be safe until Ian Garvey is in prison. I needed you to hear that Ian Garvey killed my husband.
Lilly: [ Scoffs ]
Liz: Right here! Right where I’m standing now. …
Lilly: Ian is my surrogate father. He taught me to drive. He
showed up to my graduation. He was there after my real father abandoned me. And you want me to help you arrest him.
Liz: I do. … I wish we could just forget all of this and get to know one another.
Lilly: I think we both know it’s a little late for that. …
 
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Red: This apartment. Right here. Oh. My God. To have been the proverbial fly on Clyde Tolson’s duvet.
Liz: Clyde Tolson lived here? J. Edgar Hoover’s lover?
Red: This was their secret hideaway. Imagine the conversations. Cooing over JFK’s lovers. Slandering Dr. King. … When I saw the apartment was for sale, I couldn’t resist.
Liz: You own the apartment where the homophobic head of the FBI carried on his affair with his boyfriend?
Red: Allegedly. I wouldn’t admit this in mixed company, but J. Edgar and I have a surprising amount in common. … [W]e both always get our man. He got Tolson. I got Garvey. Or I will, by this time tomorrow.
Liz: Is this why you wanted to see me?
Red: Mosadek has ordered Garvey to bring me the duffel bag. Garvey thinks he’s going to give it to me and walk away. I wanted you here to tell you I’ve made other arrangements.
Liz: To get your man and the bag.
Red: To get our man and keep my privacy.
Liz: Hoover believed knowledge is power. He used his to hurt a lot of good people. You’re using yours to hurt me.
Red: That is ridiculous.
Liz: Tom died for a reason. You know why, and you won’t tell me!
Red: I won’t tell you something that’s none of your business. It was none of Tom’s business. You may feel entitled to know what it is because he died trying to figure out what it was, but you’re not. … Be hurt. Blame me. Howl at the moon for all I care. But this is my problem, not yours.
 
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Garvey: Hey. What’s the matter?
Lilly: Are you like him?
Garvey: Like who?
Lilly: Reddington. Are you like him?
Garvey: You know the answer to that.
Lilly: I know about the Nash Syndicate, about Zarak Mosadek.
Garvey: Whatever you’ve been told, there’s an explanation for all of that.
Lilly: You saved me. You protected me. …
Garvey: You don’t need to be protected from him anymore. Not after tomorrow.
Lilly: Are you gonna kill him? Like you killed Tom Keen?
Garvey: So that’s who you’ve been talking to? Agent Keen?
Lilly: Are you gonna kill Reddington? …
 
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Cooper: Here he is. Agent Mojtabai said he recorded a conversation Ian Garvey had with a source of yours. …
Liz: We tracked Garvey to an out-of-the-way bar where he goes to see a woman. … I asked Aram for a bug, which I placed on her jacket. …
Aram: Okay, so, I cued it up to the end. … We got to do something about it, like, now. Here we go.

Lilly: Are you gonna kill Reddington?
Garvey: A meeting’s been set. Reddington thinks I’m coming to give him something he wants. I have other plans.
Lilly: Meaning what?
Garvey: Meaning I’m about to do the world a big favor.

 

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Liz: [ On phone ] It’s a trap – your meeting with Garvey. If you show up, you’ll be killed.
Red: How convenient. … You gathering intel that indicates I shouldn’t go to a meeting you don’t want me to attend. … Where’d you get your information?
Liz: I can’t tell you.
Red: Then, no, I’m not listening. [ Slaps phone shut ] …
Dembe: Elizabeth wouldn’t lie about something like this. If she says it’s dangerous for you to go, I believe her.
Red: So do I. But I’m still going. …
 
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Sinclair: You want me to create a double for you so that you can attend a meeting in which you anticipate being assassinated?
Red: Yes.
Sinclair: Perhaps a better idea might be to skip the meeting.
Red:[ Laughs ] Perhaps! However, I’m afraid the meeting is unavoidable.
Sinclair: But I- I’m not in the business of helping people skirt
murder. I’m- I’m in the business of providing alibis.
Red: A trick that allows a man to be in two places at once – an illusion I believe will come in handy, given the circumstances.
Sinclair: Yes, but it’s- it’s- it- it’s an illusion achieved by the most painstaking processes. It can take months …
Red: You have 16 hours. …
 
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Cooper: Absolutely not. We’re not putting you in a situation like that. It’s too dangerous.
Red: I must say, Harold, I’m flattered by your concern, but I’ve spent a good part of my life in situations very much like that. …
Cooper: Don’t flatter yourself. And don’t
believe for one minute that we can protect you from Ian Garvey. …
Samar: What’s this really about?
Red: This is about justice for the man who murdered Agent Keen’s husband – a dangerous and dirty cop who … runs the ground troops for an international drug syndicate…. And along with Garvey, if you’re lucky, you might even capture Zarak Mosadek ….
Ressler: You let Mosadek go, and now he’s double-crossing you.
Red: … You just have to catch him in the act of killing me, not after he already has.
Cooper: If I sign off on this, you’re walking in there at your own risk.
Red: I feel confident.
Liz: And why is that?
Red: God doesn’t want me, and the devil isn’t finished. The meeting is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. Do get a good night’s sleep. I’ll need you bright-eyed and bushy-tailed at the ass-crack of dawn.
 
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Raleigh Sinclair: … I think I may have found a way for you to attend the meeting without being killed.
Red: Well, that’s a start! …
Sinclair: … [F]irst off, we’re going to need a very credible double.
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Red: Anthony!
Tony Pagliaro: Mr Reddington!
Sinclair gleefully narrates over the preparations for the creation of an doppelganger.
Sinclair: This man is just the framework upon which we will build. It will be critical that I have the right wardrobe. … And I’ll need a list of theatrical supplies. … Supplies are not as important as the craft. I can teach almost anyone anything, given enough time. But for our purposes, our double will have to learn quickly. …
 
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Red: We’re here. Garvey and Mosadek’s men will likely take up positions here and here. The feds will hang back. …
Sinclair: … [G]etting out of here is going to be nearly impossible. Nearly. This extraction will require two specific vehicles a box truck and a sedan, which you will arrive in. …
 
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[ Sinclair constructs the mask and dental work to turn Tony into a convincing imposter and instructs him in how to behave, talk and walk ]
 
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Red: [ CHUCKLES ] Raleigh, are those new spectacles, or is that a twinkle in your eye?
Sinclair: I am the first to admit that a carefully planned job, uh, gives me great comfort. But this sort of winging it, it has, uh, an exciting flair to it!
Red: [ Laughs ] That’s the spirit. Let’s have a little fun. But, please, do your very best to make sure Tony’s not killed in the process.


 

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[ Garvey enters a room carrying the black duffel bag ]
Garvey: [ To his men ] It’s time.
 
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[ At the meeting location at the construction site, the FBI team checks their positioning and communications. Using binoculars, they identify the locations of Garvey’s snipers ] …
Sinclair: [ To Tony ] I will be in your ear the whole time. Remember – head high, roll the walk.
 
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[ Vehicles roll in. Red and Mosadek get out ]
Mosadek: To confirm our agreement – You get your bag, and this war with Garvey ends.
[ A maroon car arrives. Garvey gets out with the duffel bag and walks toward Dembe and Red ]
Dembe: Stop.
Red: Were it not for all the trouble the contents of that bag have caused, you would’ve been dead long ago.
Garvey: You’re still upset about that little mess with Tom Keen.
Red: Let’s not forget Detective Singleton. It takes a special kind of man to kill his own colleague.
Garvey: Keen was pleasure. Singleton was business. …
Mosadek: Enough. Mr Garvey and I have a lucrative business arrangement – one that I would like to resume.
Red: The bag.
Mosadek: Give it to him.
Dembe: Open it.
[ Garvey puts down the bag and unzips it. Garvey takes out
a gun and points it at Red ]
Mosadek: Sorry, Mr Reddington. There’s been a change of plans.
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Cooper: We’ve got a situation.
Ressler: Gun. Go! Move! Move!
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[ Garvey turns suddenly and unloads his gun on Mosadek 💥💥💥 ]
[ 💥💥💥 Gunflight 💥💥💥 ] [ Red’s guys take out most of Garvey’s guys ]
[ The people remaining, including Garvey, Red and Dembe get in their vehicles and roar away ]


 

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Sinclair: Get out of there, son. Go, go, go!
Tony’s voice from Garvey’s face: I’m going! I’m going!
Tony/Garvey drives his car into the back of a trailer.
Tony, in the car in the trailer, peels off the Garvey mask.
Tony: Oh, my God! I murdered a drug lord! I’m having palpitations.
Sinclair: Tony. Quite a performance. You did it! My finest hour.
Tony: I-I need some air. Garvey’s mug hurts my face.
 
 
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[ Garvey (the real one) wakes up groggy ]
Garvey: [ Gasps ] Where am I?
[ Red is leaning over him ]
Red: Hello, Ian.
[ Red puts Garvey’s glasses back on him ]
Red: Welcome back. I hope you had a good rest. …
 
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TV Announcer: Following a shooting in Bealeton this morning, a manhunt is under way for U.S. Marshal Ian Garvey.

Red: It feels good to be wanted, doesn’t it?

TV Announcer: Witnesses have confirmed that Garvey. A 30-year veteran of the US Marshals Service, shot and killed an Afghan government official named Zarak Mosadek.

Garvey: What have you done?
Red: The impossible. I put you in two places at the same time.
Garvey: I didn’t shoot Mosadek. … I didn’t shoot anyone.
Red: As a general rule, a magician never explains his tricks. … But this one is just too good to keep to myself. It started yesterday just after lunch. While you were plotting with your minions from the Nash Syndicate, I was hatching a plan with my men to meet with you.


Flashback:
[ Red and Dembe get into Garvey’s car with him ]
Garvey: What the hell is this?
Red: “With a butterfly kiss and a honeybee hug, sleep tight, little one, like a bug in a rug.” [ Trad. ]
[ Dembe injects Garvey in the neck. Garvey passes out ]

Red: Then came a plaster mold of your face, a willing double, a little makeup, a little make-believe, and, voilá!, two Garveys with one stone. While the real one slept, the imposter picked up your men just in time for them to see

your Off-Broadway debut in all its theatrical glory.

Flashback:
[ Garvey enters a room carrying the black duffel bag ]
Garvey: [ To his men ] It’s time.

Garvey: Nobody’s gonna believe this.
Red: They already do. The FBI believes you killed an Afghan government official. Mosadek’s colleagues believe you killed the head of their cartel. And the Nash Syndicate believes you killed their biggest supplier.
Garvey: And if I give you the duffel bag?
Red: I’ll perform another magic trick. My jet will take you and the missus out of harm’s way. I know a lovely little spot on Namibia’s Skeleton Coast.
Garvey: You can get me out.
Red: Where’s the bag?
 

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