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#111 : Le bon samaritain

Ecrit par: Brandon Margolis & Brandon Sonnier
Réalisé par: Dan Lerner

L'équipe entière est sous surveillance lorsque les affaires internes essayent de trouver la taupe. Red manque à l'appel et mène sa propre enquête pour savoir qui l'a trahi. Pendant ce temps, un tueur en série du passé de Liz, "le bon samaritain", frappe encore. Liz est autorisée à se joindre à la chasse pour le trouver. Cooper sait que Red va probablement sortir de sa cachette afin d'aider Liz à résoudre cette affaire non résolue.

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Titre VO
The Good Samaritan Killer

Titre VF
Le bon samaritain

Première diffusion
13.01.2014

Première diffusion en France
17.09.2014

Vidéos

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Bande annonce VO

  

Photos promo

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) se recueille sur le cercueil de Luli Zeng

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) se recueille sur le cercueil de Luli Zeng

Tête à tête entre Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold) et son épouse Elisabeth (Megan Boone)

Tête à tête entre Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold) et son épouse Elisabeth (Megan Boone)

Newton Phillips (Charles Baker )

Newton Phillips (Charles Baker )

Karl Hoffman, le Bon Samaritain (Frank Whaley ) #106 et sa maman Louise (Pat Squire)

Karl Hoffman, le Bon Samaritain (Frank Whaley ) #106 et sa maman Louise (Pat Squire)

Interrogatoire pour Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

Interrogatoire pour Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) étouffe le traître Newton Phillips (Charles Baker )

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) étouffe le traître Newton Phillips (Charles Baker )

Réunion entre Red (James Spader) et Liz (Megan Boone)

Réunion entre Red (James Spader) et Liz (Megan Boone)

Interrogatoire d'Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Interrogatoire d'Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Alan Fitch (Alan Alda) donne son point de vue à Fowler

Alan Fitch (Alan Alda) donne son point de vue à Fowler

Interrogatoire pour Aram Mojtabaï (Amir Arison)

Interrogatoire pour Aram Mojtabaï (Amir Arison)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone ) reçoit un appel chez elle

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone ) reçoit un appel chez elle

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) exige d'Aram Mojtabaï (Amir Arison) un transfert d'argent intraçable, sinon...

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) exige d'Aram Mojtabaï (Amir Arison) un transfert d'argent intraçable, sinon...

Diane Fowler (Jane Alexander ) et Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix)

Diane Fowler (Jane Alexander ) et Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix)

Raymond Redddington (James Spader) ne recule devant rien pour obtenir des réponses

Raymond Redddington (James Spader) ne recule devant rien pour obtenir des réponses

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader ) propose un deal

Raymond Reddington (James Spader ) propose un deal

Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra) ne se laisse pas facilement impressionner

Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra) ne se laisse pas facilement impressionner

Diane Fowler (Jane Alexander) chef de la division criminelle du département de la Justice

Diane Fowler (Jane Alexander) chef de la division criminelle du département de la Justice

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) interrogée sous le regard de ses supérieurs Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix) et Diane Fowler (Jane Alexander)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) interrogée sous le regard de ses supérieurs Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix) et Diane Fowler (Jane Alexander)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader), triste après la mort de Luli, jette ses cendres à la mer

Raymond Reddington (James Spader), triste après la mort de Luli, jette ses cendres à la mer

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 17.09.2014 à 21:40
4.74m / 21.3% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Lundi 13.01.2014 à 22:00
9.35m / 2.5% (18-49)

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Personnage Blaklisté: N°106: THE GOOD SAMARITAN (Karl Hoffman)

Guests:

Alan Alda ... Fitch
Frank Whaley ... Karl Hoffman
Charles Baker ... Grey
Shirley Roeca ... Melissa Wilkinson
Victor Slezak ... Henry Krueger
Kate Nowlin ... Karen Brodine

Karen Brodine dépose son fils de neuf ans dans une salle de jeux pour un anniversaire. Un homme se présentant comme un des oncles d'un des enfants lui offre une boisson. Quelques instant plus tard, elle s'évanouit alors qu'elle récupère sa voiture. Quand Karen se réveille l'homme, Karl Hoffman, l'a attachée à une table d'opération. Il explique minutieusement ce qu'il compte lui faire : tout d'abord, perforer son poumon gauche et ensuite briser sa clavicule. Plus tard ce soir là, Hoffman ramène Karen respirant à peine, presque morte dans sa voiture et appelle le 911 en disant «je l'ai à nouveau fait» et s'en va.

Le matin suivant, Liz dit à Tom que tout le monde au bureau de poste est sous surveillance obligatoire jusqu'à ce que la taupe soit identifiée. Tom a des nouvelles : il prend l'avion pour un entretien d'embauche dans le Nebraska, là où la vie est normale. Abasourdie, Liz est prête à réagir lorsqu'elle reçoit un message. Le tueur le Bon Samaritain a encore frappé. Karen est morte. Liz était sur cette affaire à son précédent emploi...jusqu'à ce qu'il disparaisse. Le cas est personnel pour elle et elle veut reprendre l'affaire. Même après sept morts, elle ne connaît pas encore son mode opératoire. Le bon Samaritain ne tue jamais ses victimes et appelle toujours le 911, d'où son surnom.

Furieux après l'incident de Garrick, Fowler fait appel aux affaires internes pour interroger le personnel du Bureau de Poste. Hanté par la vision des derniers instants de Luli, Red est déchaîné, secouant, tuant toutes personnes ayant de près ou de loin un lien avec l'attaque du Bureau de Poste. Il tente de suivre l'argent à sa source, mais toutes les personnes ont été payées en liquide et en petites coupures. Après avoir entendu la nouvelle du retour du Bon Samaritain, Red contacte Liz sachant qu'elle est perplexe. Peut-être que les méthodes du tueur ont plus un lien avec les victimes qu'avec lui ? Après quelques recherches Liz fait une découverte : Karen maltraitait son fils et le Bon Samaritain lui a infligé les mêmes blessures que celles qu'elle lui avaient faites. Peut-être est-ce le cas pour toutes les victimes?

Après avoir brossé les cheveux de sa mère muette en chaise roulante, Hoffman se rend à son travail à l'hôpital. Sa patiente, Melissa Wilkinson, a une fracture du poignet et a clairement souffert de plusieurs blessures aux mains dues à son mari violent, George, l'année dernière... Néanmoins, elle blâme sa propre maladresse.

Cooper dit à Meera d'amener Aram, mais Red l'a kidnappé avant. Aram doit faire un dépôt de 5 millions de dollars sur un des comptes de Red avant que celui-ci n'ait fini de démonter et de ré-assembler son arme ou bien il utilisera l'arme contre lui. Terrifié, Aram effectue la transaction dans le temps imparti ce qui satisfait Red et le rend innocent : il n'a rien a voir avec l'incursion de Garrick au Bureau de Poste. Quelqu'un d'autre a créé l'alias Louis Coogan afin de rejeter la faute sur Aram. Et cette personne est Kreuger. Red ne perd pas de temps et tire sur Kreuger devant sa femme pour qu'il lui donne un nom. Quand Kreuger identifie Newton Phillips, Red prend congé.

Hoffman a rejoint le programme de 12 étapes sur les violence conjugales de George et raconte son histoire. En grandissant, il a été victime d' «amour vache, agressif » de sa mère, mais maintenant il a trouvé un moyen de se réconcilier avec elle...un peu plus tard quand Hoffman conduit sa mère jusqu'au garage il lui présente son dernier invité, George. Apparemment, Hoffman oblige sa mère à assister à la torture brutale de toutes ses victimes afin que toutes les personnes impliquées ne recommencent pas. De retour au Bureau de Poste, Liz a recoupé tous les dossiers des victimes du Bon Samaritain pour trouver un point commun : un infirmier remplaçant, Karl Hoffman, était présent à chaque fois qu'un membre de la famille des victimes d'abus était admis aux urgences. Rapidement, elle en déduit que Hoffman «éduque» ses victimes dans la maison de son enfance.

Liz trouve Hoffman sur le point d'ouvrir le crâne de George avec un marteau et lui tire dans le tube digestif afin de l'arrêter. Plus tard à l'hôpital, Liz va voir George et lui promet que s'il essaie encore de faire du mal à son épouse, elle finira ce que Hoffman a commencé. Pendant ce temps, Aram retourne au Bureau de Poste avec un dossier que lui a donné Reddington. Pour faire court, Red a identifié la taupe : c'est Newton Phillips, son proche collaborateur. Après avoir disséminé les cendres de Luli dans une rivière, Red l'étouffe avec un sac en plastique regrettant que celui-ci ne soit pas venu lui parler : les choses auraient pu être différentes.

Lors d'un huis-clos avec Fowler trois de ses collègues exigent de savoir le nom de sa taupe. Elle refuse, insistant sur le fait que cela menacerait l'identité de leur informateur (c'est-à-dire Red). S'apprêtant à réunir un sous-comité du sénat dans quelques minutes, M.Fitch est furieux. Et si l'informateur de Fowler EST la menace ! Liz retourne chez elle espérant y trouver Tom mais c'est Red qui se tient là dans son salon. Sa maison est à présent propre mais pas celle du FBI qui a sa propre taupe.



                                                                                Traduit et adapté du résumé du site officiel par mnoandco



 

AT AN ARCADE FOR A BIRTHDAY PARTY

WOMAN (to son): So, dad’s gonna pick you up after the party and take you to hockey. He’s got your equipment in the car, so Michael. Michael, are you listening?
MICHAEL : Yes.
WOMAN : Hockey. Dad has the equipment. Two slices of pizza. That’s the limit.
MICHAEL : Okay. Can I go?
WOMAN : Yes.
MICHAEL : Okay.

A man arrives with drinks

MAN : “Lord Of The Flies.” Punch?
WOMAN : Excuse me?
MAN : Would you like some punch? Strawberry, I think. James. I’m Baxter’s uncle.
KAREN : Oh. Sorry. Karen.
JAMES : Crazy, right? All that energy. They’re like puppies.
KAREN : With laundry.
JAMES : Right. Would you like a slice of cake?
KAREN : I’m actually late to pick up my other puppy from piano, so – But thank you for the punch, though.
JAMES: Sure.

Karen leaves and collapses on the pavement her car

OPERATING TABLE. LOCATION UNKNOWN

Karen awakes. The man has her strapped to an operating table

JAMES : Karen? Karen? Can you hear me?
KAREN : Where am I? What happened?
JAMES : You were drugged. Phenobarbital. What are you feeling, Karen? Can you tell me?
KAREN : My head hurts. How did I get here? Am I gonna be okay?
JAMES : No, Karen. You are not going to be okay at all.
KAREN : Who are you? Where am I? Wait. W–w–what’s happening to me? Where am I?
JAMES : Quite a chart here, Karen. Quite a chart, indeed.
KAREN : Where am I?!
JAMES : We are going to start by collapsing your left lung.
KAREN : No!
JAMES : Now, there’s going to be a sharp pain –
KAREN : No.
JAMES : – followed by an involuntary cough causing a shortness of breath.
KAREN : Please, please. I don’t even know –
JAMES : Once the lung fills with blood –
KAREN : No.
JAMES : We’re going to move along the collarbone – more specifically the medial end of the left clavicle. It will cause severe pain.
KAREN : No.
JAMES : Well, let’s get started.
KAREN : No.

...later that night, the man returns a barely breathing Karen to her car, barely alive, calls 911

911 OPERATOR : What’s your emergency?
JAMES : I’ve done it again.
911 OPERATOR : Sir? Sir? Hello? Is anyone there?

KEEN'S HOUSE

In the kitchen

TOM : Hey. You know there’s a, uh, surveillance van parked outside all night?
LIZ : Everyone at the post office is under mandatory surveillance till they identify the leak.
TOM : You make it sound like they’re here to protect us.
LIZ : They are.
TOM : So, I applied for a job in Lincoln. Before you throw that coffee cup at me, just hear me out. Okay? There are great schools. There is low crime. There’s an FBI field office. I just want to be a normal, boring couple – no hidden cameras, no fake passports, no surveillance vans outside.
LIZ : So do I. But not in Nebraska.
TOM : Well, they asked me to fly out for an interview.
LIZ : Hang on. You’re leaving?
TOM : Well, the interview’s tomorrow, so I’m flying out this afternoon.
LIZ : We need to talk about us, but –

Phone call

LIZ : My God.
TOM ; What is it?

COOPER'S OFFICE

COOPER : You’re positive it’s him?
LIZ : Same surgical precision, same call to 911. This is the guy.
COOPER : Mobile psych can handle it.
LIZ : I rode lead on this case. That’s why they’re requesting a liaison.

COOPER : Our only job right now is finding Raymond Reddington.
LIZ : This case is important to me. It’s personal. If it’s personal to me, it’s personal to Reddington. He may reach out, try to help make this his case.

A woman knocks at the door

WOMAN : OPR is ready.

POST OFFICE. INTERROGATION CELL

Questioning Liz

OPR: In the last three weeks, have you had contact with Reddington?
LIZ : No.
OPR: Tell me this, Agent Keen – is your husband cleared to know the location of this black site?
LIZ : No.
OPR: And yet you brought him here.
LIZ : As part of an investigation.
OPR: What investigation?
LIZ : You can look into that. All the information is here.
OPR: Are you refusing to answer?


POST OFFICE. INTERROGATION CELL

Questioning Ressler

RESSLER : Yes.
OPR: What happened in that box with Reddington?
RESSLER : He saved my life and then threatened to kill me. What he said while doing that is none of your business.


POST OFFICE. INTERROGATION CELL

Questioning Aram

OPR: According to the report from your therapist, you feel guilty about what happened during the raid.
ARAM : Of course I do. I shot a man. I thought what I said in therapy was confidential.
OPR: You shot a terrorist. Why would you feel guilty about that?
ARAM : Because he’s human?

POST OFFICE. INTERROGATION CELL

Questioning Meera

OPR: I’ll ask again.
MEERA : Let’s just assume I’m your mole. Do you really believe a little chitchat here is gonna get you anywhere?
OPR: You’re suggesting –
MEERA : – Controlled fear, hypothermia, sleep deprivation. Do the words “Advanced interrogation” not mean anything to you?

POST OFFICE. INTERROGATION CELL

Questioning Liz

OPR: Where were you when the site was taken?
LIZ : I was on my way here. I was late.
OPR: That was convenient.

Observing the scene of the next room

DIANE FOWLER : She’s a suspect, Harold. They all are.
COOPER : Yes. And we’re turning their lives inside out. Every bank loan, ATM withdrawal –
FOWLER : Putting Keen on the street is a mistake.
COOPER : Keen is our best shot at drawing him out.
FOWLER : ODNI wants to know how a US black site less than 5 miles from Capitol Hill was compromised. We have problems, Harold. You can’t even account for all the victims. Security cameras knocked out – You lost a body. How is that even possible?
COOPER : We don’t know. We think Reddington had something to do with it.

MORGUE

RESSLER : Tell me, our guy – what do you got on the victims?
LIZ : Seven so far. All different ages, incomes. He always acted unpredictably. We could never figure out his trigger, only that he’s trying to make a statement.
RESSLER : What kind of a statement?
LIZ : He never kills his victims. He always calls 911, allows first responders a chance to save their lives. That’s why the papers call him The Good Samaritan.

A man is waiting with his son

BRODINE : What’s happened? Are you sure it’s my wife?
LIZ : That’s what we need you to confirm for us, sir. I’m sorry.
RESSLER : What’s your boy’s name?
BRODINE : Michael.
RESSLER : Why don’t you take Mr. Brodine inside here? And I’ll hang out with Michael. If that’s okay with you.
BRODINE : Yeah.

Brodine and Liz enter a room to confirm it's his wife

RESSLER : How are you doing? My name’s Don.
MICHAEL : My dad in trouble?
RESSLER : I don’t know.
MICHAEL : He steal a car?
RESSLER : No.
MICHAEL : Did he rob a bank? He’s a bookie.
RESSLER : What happened to your leg?
MICHAEL : Oh, I tripped playing soccer. I broke my collarbone.
RESSLER : Ooh! Bet that hurt.
MICHAEL : When’s my dad coming back?

RED'S SAFE HOUSE. LOCATION UNKNOWN

Luli’s body lies in a coffin

RED : Arrange transport of her ashes personally. I want it done properly.

A REST ROOM

In rest room, Red comes up behind man and pins him to the wall

MAN : The hell are you looking at? Aah! Aah!
RED : I want you to tell me about your friend – the man with the apple.

RED'S CAR

Questioning the man

MAN : I don’t know. We never met before the job. I swear. I didn’t even know his name.
RED : How did you communicate?
MAN : By the phones. Everything was anonymous. Nobody knew anybody. We all had jobs.

RED'S CAR

Questioning the paramedic

RED : Tell me about these jobs.
PARAMEDIC : I’ve never worked with any of these people before. I was told to be on standby for a 48–hour window. They said I had under four minutes to pull a chip from your neck.
RED : Who told you you had four minutes?
PARAMEDIC : The people who paid me.
RED : How were you paid?
PARAMEDIC : Cash, at a drop.
RED : Where?

RED'S CAR

Questioning the man

MAN : It was always a different place, different locations.

RED'S CAR

Questioning the paramedic

PARAMEDIC : They picked me up in an ambulance. I didn’t even know where we were going.

RED'S CAR

Questioning the doctor

RED : So, you had no knowledge of either the location or a target?
DOCTOR : No. I’m surprised it was you. I was just hired to supply the injections and monitor your vital signs.

RED : How were you paid?
DOCTOR : In cash at the site.

RED : What denomination were the bills?
DOCTOR : He paid in $5s and $10s.

RED'S CAR

Questioning the paramedic

PARAMEDIC : Nottingham larger than a $20. I’ve told you everything, I promise.
RED : I know you have. You have such a pretty face. And a paramedic. What a shame.

Corpses of the Man, the Doctor and the Paramedic are shown

KEEN'S HOUSE

Liz comes home, finds note from Tom: “… We’ll figure it all out”

Cell phone rings

LIZ : Hello?
RED : Lizzy.
LIZ : Where are you?
RED : I read about that poor woman they found in Albany. Sounded awfully familiar.
LIZ : The Good Samaritan.
RED : Are you back on the case, I hope?
LIZ : They’re going to find you.
RED : This one’s important to you, isn’t he? Why? What on Earth happened? I only ask on the chance that I may be able to help.
LIZ : One of the earliest victims – she died in my arms. There was nothing I could do to stop it.
RED : You missed something, didn’t you?
LIZ : Serial killers escalate. This one doesn’t. The victims and methods vary. I could never see the pattern the profile. Still can’t.
RED : I don’t know about serial killers, but I do know about torture, and there is no one–size–fits–all. If you really want to hurt someone, you need to tailor your attack specifically to that person. Perhaps the killer’s methods, the injuries he inflicts tell you less about him and more about his victims. I got to go.
LIZ : Wait.

LIZ 'S OFFICE

Liz reads over Samaritan's files and pick up the phone

LIZ : I think I’ve got something.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

RESSLER : You’ve spoken with Reddington.
LIZ : Yes. He called.
MEERA : He called when? Did you tell Cooper?
LIZ : Not yet. We talked about the case.
RESSLER : We’re all under suspicion here. He called, and you didn’t report it?
LIZ : I will, but something he said about the case – We’ve been focused on the killer. We should be focused on the victims. The most recent victim’s son, Michael, broke his collarbone.
RESSLER : Yeah. He told me at the morgue.
LIZ : I looked through his medical records. He broke a lot more than that – broken ribs, collapsed lung, blunt trauma to the liver and kidneys. The boy was abused. These are the autopsy x–rays of the most recent victim. Every fracture, every injury the son had, the killer gave to the mother. RESSLER : We should bring the boy in.

Cooper arrives

COOPER : Malik. Alone.

IN A CORRIDOR

COOPER : You’ve been officially cleared.
MEERA : That took long enough.
COOPER : We still have some doubts about the others. We’ve been monitoring a variety of offshore accounts linked to Garrick’s team. Contact the banks. Subpoena them if necessary. I want to know whose name is on what account and where that money came from. I’m counting on your discretion.
MEERA
: I think you should know Reddington reached out to Agent Keen.
COOPER : And said what exactly?
MEERA : She won’t say.

FYODOR'S RESTAURANT

Red enters restaurant, takes out three or four guys in blaze of gunfire and shoots Fyodor in thigh

RED : Hello, Fyodor.
FYODOR : Hey! Okay! Cool out! I can make this right! Just talk to me!
RED : Oh, yes, Fyodor. We’re gonna talk, all right.

Red pours glugs from a bottle of gin or vodka on Fyodor’s wound, takes a swig from the bottle

RED : Honestly, I don’t understand you, Fyodor. With all the business you do, and you’re still funneling the money through your nightclubs, paying contracts in 5s and 10s ’cause you’re too cheap to pay the commission for clean cash. Anyway, I get sidetracked. I’ve come for your banker. Who is the banker?
FYODOR : I can’t –

Red splashes the vodka in Fyodor’s face

Red lights a cigar and swipes the match close to Fyodor

RED : The first time I ever smoked a cigar was with Marnie Petersen in fifth grade. Funny, little, bat–faced girl. I adored her. The bank.
FYODOR : Please.
RED : How about I make this as simple as possible? There are five bankers on the East Coast who were capable of financing a mission like Garrick’s. I run money through four of them.
Which one?
FYODOR : Okay! Oh, okay! The money was wired from Gestalten Landesbank, the New York office. We have a man there. I swear that’s all I know!
RED : Thank you.
FYODOR : Okay. So – so that’s it? We’re finished?
RED : Yes, we’re finished.

Red dumps the rest of the very large bottle of vodka or gin over Fyodor’s head then puts the burning cigar in Fyodor’s mouth. After several seconds, he says

RED : Oh, my God. The suspense is killing me.

Red shoots Fyodor in the heart, turns and leaves

IN AN OFFICE

MICHAEL : I don’t like to talk about that.
RESSLER : I know, Mike. I know. We really need to, okay?
BRODINE : Hey. You’re not in trouble. I promise.
RESSLER : So, you broke your arm and your wrist?
MICHAEL : I fell off my bike.
RESSLER : And last year, you broke your collarbone and, uh, broke your ankle?
MICHAEL : They were accidents. That’s all I’m supposed to say.
RESSLER : Who told you to say that?
BRODINE : It’s okay, Michael. Tell him what you told me. No one’s gonna hurt you anymore.
MICHAEL : My mom.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

MEERA : Michael’s mother was abusing him for years, and now she ends up dead.
RESSLER : The same injuries she inflicted on Michael.
LIZ : Normally, the father would be the prime suspect, but that doesn’t fit. I mean, even if he wanted to hurt her for abusing their son, what about the other victims? Unless it’s the same motive.
RESSLER : Our unsub’s somebody who targets the abusers.
MEERA : Like a vigilante killer.
RESSLER : Let’s run background checks. We need to know what other victims have loved ones with identical injuries.

SAMARITAN'S HOUSE

The man who killed Michael Brodine’s mother, the Good Samaritan Killer, is shown with shriveled, wheelchair-bound woman

SAMARITAN : Beautiful. See, mother? Some things do remain the same. Okay. I have to go to work now. Yes, I know. I don’t want to leave you either. But I promise I’ll be home soon.

HOSPITAL

Samaritan is at work in a hospital

SAMARITAN : Mrs. Wilkinson, you have had quite a year. Three trips to the ER in the past 10 months. Detached retina, concussion, fractured jaw, and now a broken wrist.
MRS WILKINSON : You can see all that?
SAMARITAN : In your file.
MRS WILKINSON : I’m a total space cadet. I guess I should try to be more careful.

She looks fearfully at her husband who is looking ominously at her

SAMARITAN : I guess so.

IN THE STREET, OUTSIDE HENRY'S HOUSE

RED : Henry.
HENRY : What the hell are you … My wife will be down here any minute.
RED : Great. I’d love to meet the wife.
HENRY : Mr. Reddington, we have a dinner engagement. Don’t you think it’s best you and I make an appointment for another time?
RED : There’s been a nasty bit of business – blood spilled, lives lost. A modicum of torture words don’t fully describe. I know who’s responsible. I know who carried it out.
HENRY: Mr. Reddington, I have no idea –
RED : I’ve tied up all the loose ends but one. To finish the job, I’ll need all your wire and transfer records pertaining to the operation.
HENRY : Mr. Reddington, I have no idea who –
RED : Please, Henry. Stop. You were the bank. Henry. You were the bank.
HENRY : This puts me in a real situation. Listen. I’ll do anything I can to help. I’ll need time to –
RED : You’ll hear from me tomorrow.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

MEERA : [ To Cooper ] You need to see this. One of the offshore accounts was used to launder money from Gestalten Landesbank into this dummy account in Manhattan.
COOPER : Louis Coogan. That’s our mole?
MEERA : Well, that’s his alias. Turn the page.

A photo of Aram Mojtabai is on account ID record for Louis Coogan

COOPER : Bring him in.

ARAM'S HOUSE

FBI: Clear! Clear. He’s not here.
MEERA : Find him now.

RED'SAFE HOUSE, LOCATION UNKNOWN

RED : Hello, Aram.
ARAM : What – what is this? Where am I?
RED : You’re going to do something for me. Account numbers, routing information. You’re going to steal $5 million from that account and place it into one of mine. I expect the transaction to be untraceable.
ARAM : What? I can’t.
RED : Aram this is a Colt .45 1911. I can strip and reassemble this weapon – in well under two minutes.
ARAM : Mr. Reddington, please.
RED : Once I have it reassembled, I’m gonna reload the mag, and if at that time, your task remains incomplete, I’m gonna empty that mag into your head.
ARAM : That’s really messed up.
RED : Don’t look so stricken. The first shot will kill you.

Red begins to strip and reassemble this weapon...Less than two minutes later...

ARAM : Wait. … Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! … I did it. It’s done. Look. It’s untraceable, like you asked.
RED : How? Explain.
ARAM : I used a ripple exchange to have the Fiat currency converted to e–cash and then into Bitcoin. I ran the whole transaction through a randomized cryptographic extension at the protocol level, then through a two–tiered secure laundry service I know I can trust. No one’s gonna catch you. I promise.
RED : A souvenir. You’re innocent.
ARAM : I am? I mean, I am! Wait. Of what?
RED : The team that broke into the black site was paid through Gestalten Landesbank. My contact there traced a $250,000 payment to a covert account belonging to Louis Coogan.
ARAM : Louis who?
RED : It’s an alias, for you. Someone is attempting to implicate you as a mole by creating a money trail that leads directly to you. You’re obviously far too clever to have accepted payment that was so easily traceable.
ARAM : You’re not gonna kill me.
RED : No. I’m going to find somebody else, and I’m going to kill them.

AT THE CHURCH

Group therapy setting

MR WILKINSON : I never want to hurt her. I just – There’s this anger that takes over. It’s like I’m someone else, you know?
MAN : And we all know that powerless feeling –
ANOTHER MAN : But it’s our addiction to power and control that leads to domestic violence.
THE GOOD SAMARITAN KILLER: I’d like to share something. First time here. My name is Victor.
GROUP PARTICIPANTS:
– Hello, Victor.
– Hello, Victor.
– Hello, Victor.
VICTOR/SAMARITAN : I was a victim. My mother. She called it tough love. It was abuse. I refused to see her for nearly 10 years, till I realized avoiding her and pretending those things never happened. Took a long time. But I figured out a way to reconcile with her. It has been hard on both of us, but we’ve worked out a process. Call it a home remedy that has allowed us to move forward. And now we’re closer than we’ve ever been.

After the meeting

VICTOR to Mr Wilkinson: What you said in group really meant a lot to me.
WILKINSON : I understand. I’m, uh, George, by the way.

Hold out hand. They shake

VICTOR/SAMARITAN : I know.

HENRY'S HOUSE

JANICE : Henry? I’m so glad you’re home. We have company. You never told me you rowed crew for Dartmouth.

RED : Don’t worry, Henry. I haven’t told her all our war stories. Well, a few. You have a lovely wife. We’ve been getting to know each other. Come here, you old such and such.

Big hug. Whispers in his ear

RED : I know what you’ve done.
JANICE : I invited Bernard to stay for dinner. I have a Stroganoff on the burner.
RED : I hope you don’t mind if I stay. I do love Stroganoff.
HENRY : Let me wash up.

He leaves

RED : [ To Janice ] You’re fun.

Henry on phone

HENRY : He’s here. No! Here in my house. Wait. I’m gonna call the police. Just get somebody here. Get a car here as soon as you can.

HENRY'S DINING ROOM

JANICE : Would you like rice or noodles, Bernard?
RED : Whichever is faster.
HENRY : I gave you what you asked for.
RED : No, Henry. You gave me the bank transfers pointing to a patsy.
JANICE : What’s he talking about?
RED : Janice, shh.

HENRY : You should never have come here into my home. They’re on their way.
RED : Nearly everyone has been accounted for, except one. Who else got paid?
HENRY : Red, please. They will kill me if I say a word about any of –

Red shoots him in the knee

JANICE : God! What on Earth?! –
RED : Who else got paid?
JANICE : Henry! You monster! What have you done?!
RED : Please, Janice. Stop with the yelling. It’s just a flesh wound.
JANICE : He shot you!
RED : The next bullet goes in your stomach if you don’t start talking. I want a name.
JANICE : I have to call an ambulance. He needs a doctor!
RED : Janice, if you don’t stop, – I’m gonna put you in the closet.
HENRY : Red, please.

JANICE : I need to call Dr. Wright. He will come to the house! What are you doing?!Stop it! Aah! No! Aah!

Red pushes her into closet

RED : Henry, give me the name.
JANICE : Let me out of here!
RED : Janice if you don’t stop your yammering, I’m gonna have to shoot through this door, which will be a shame, because I won’t have any idea what I’m shooting at...Give me a name, Henry, or I’m gonna drag you out, throw you in the trunk, fly you to Papua New Guinea, and have your head stuck on a pole.
HENRY : Newton Phillips.

It's Red’s assistant

RED : Janice, my sincerest apologies. I’ll take a rain check on the Stroganoff. It smells delicious.

SAMARITAN'S HOUSE

Television: A saw is an important piece of equipment in this winter activity.

VICTOR : Mother, we have another guest.

Television: What is ice fishing? Correct. Fishing for $800.

Victor pushes his mother’s wheelchair around the house to the large outbuilding in the back

SAMARITAN'S OUTBUILDING

VICTOR : I know what you’re thinking. Don’t worry. We’ll be done in time for supper. Mother this is George Wilkinson. George is married to a lovely woman by the name of Melissa. George, this is my mother, Louise.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Every one of The Good Samaritan’s victims had a family member with identical injuries – fractured skulls, broken bones, torn retinas. All of them either the victim’s spouse or child. All of them classic signs of physical abuse.
COOPER : You think your serial killer only targets people who hurt others?
LIZ : How else do you explain this?
RESSLER : Every one of these family members was at a different hospital, different insurance, different doctors. There’s nothing that ties them together.
LIZ : Yes, there is. Nurse Karl Hoffman.He was on call every time one of the family members was brought into the ER. He’s a locum tenens. He fills in for short–staffed hospitals, like a substitute teacher.
RESSLER : We’re getting warrants for his home address and the last hospital he reported to.
COOPER : Good. Get moving.

AT HOSPITAL

LIZ : Hoffman’s not here. He wrapped up his shift at 4:00. What did you find on your end?
RESSLER : Nothing at his residence either.
LIZ : I already pulled the medical records of all the patients he saw on his last shift.
RESSLER : You think he’s already identified his next victim?
LIZ : I sure as hell hope not.
NURSE : Okay. So, you wanted a list of all the patients Hoffman saw today?
LIZ : Yeah, specifically ones who came in with broken bones.
NURSE : Right. Well, there’s only one patient that fit that description – Melissa Wilkinson. She had a fractured wrist. I think she came in with her husband.
LIZ : Okay.

SAMARITAN'S OUTBUILDING

SAMARITAN : April 9, 2011. Torn retina, left eye. How did you do that, George? Hmm? Blow to the head? Accidental push down the stairs? See, I like to replicate the experience as best I can. Oh, well. No matter. I have plenty of tools that will achieve the same effect. See, George, I suffered my share of pain as a child courtesy of the one person in this world who was supposed to protect me. I found it inconceivable that a person could hurt someone who they claim to love – and not just hurt, but torture repeatedly. But then, one day, I realized she wasn’t experiencing pain. It was the opposite. She was actually experiencing pleasure. See, George I believe that the only way that an abuser can truly understand the experience of the victim is to have that experience themselves. And that’s what you’re doing here today, George. And that’s what mother is here today for, too – so she never forgets what I experienced all those years. And now you will never forget what your wife experienced all those years.

WILKINSON'S HOUSE

MRS WILKINSON : Is George in some kind of trouble?
LIZ : Melissa, I need to ask you a difficult question. Has your husband been abusing you?
MRS WILKINSON : No. Of course not.
LIZ : I’m aware of your visit to the ER. You’ve been interviewed by a caseworker in the past.
MRS WILKINSON : We’ve had some problems. Every marriage does. But he’s getting help. He’s been going to group classes at the church twice a week. In fact, he went today.

AT THE CHURCH

GROUP LEADER : He was here for the meeting.
LIZ : Did he seem to be in any kind of distress?
GROUP LEADER : Not that I could tell.
RESSLER : Was he with anyone?
GROUP LEADER : No. He always comes alone. Actually, come to think of it, though, he was chatting with a new member after the session.
RESSLER : New member?

Liz shows photo

LIZ : Is this the man he was with?
GROUP LEADER : Yeah. He introduced himself to the group, told us his story. Told us about his mother, the abuse.
LIZ : Thank you. He’s taking back control in the place where it was taken away from him – his childhood home.

SAMARITAN'S OUTBUILDING

HOFFMAN/SAMARITAN : Okay. Let’s see. What’s next? A concussion. Do you know what a concussion technically is, George? It is a blow with significant enough blunt force that it literally causes the brain to rattle around inside of your skull. This won’t do, ’cause there was also a vertical laceration along with the concussion. What did you do, George? Huh? What did you throw at her? Huh? A bottle! Huh?
WILKINSON : A bottle of beer!
SAMARITAN : What’s that, George?
WILKINSON : A bottle of beer!
SAMARITAN : A bottle of beer! Of course it was. Keep an eye on him, mother. I need to run to the kitchen.

FBI arrives

SAMARITAN : I’m afraid we’ve run out of time, mother. We’re going to have to expedite the procedure.
LIZ : Step away from him!
SAMARITAN : Why should I? Do you have any idea what this man has done? This man is a monster!
LIZ : That may be, but killing him isn’t gonna solve anything.
SAMARITAN : Tell that to his wife. We don’t have the luxury of your simple morality. Talk to me when you’ve been a victim.
LIZ : Drop the hammer! One more body isn’t gonna make a difference.
SAMARITAN : I think it will especially if it’s the right body.

He is aboit to attack his mother with the hammer when Liz shoots him

HOSPITAL, WILKINSON'S ROOM

MRS WILKINSON : Agent Keen.
LIZ : Mrs. Wilkinson, I’m gonna need to speak with your husband alone for a moment.
MRS WILKINSON : Of course.
LIZ : Actually, wait. Metro PD is looking into charges against you, but without Melissa’s cooperation, I don’t know what will stick. What I do know is this – if you ever touch her again, if you so much as look at her sideways, I will find you. And I will do to you myself what I probably should have let Karl Hoffman do to you in that garage. Do you understand?

POST OFFICE

Police come in with Aram

POLICE MAN : He surrendered himself in the parking lot. He’s unarmed.
COOPER : Before I call OPR, let’s hear it.
ARAM : It’s from Mr. Reddington. It’s evidence.
COOPER : Reddington reached out to you?
ARAM : Well, yes. He– Uh, yes. Uh, we had a chat – at gunpoint, actually. Long story long, he identified the leak.
COOPER : Who the hell is Newton Phillips?

A HIGH CLIFF

Red is on a high cliff. He scatters Luli’s ashes into the water below, then turns his attention to Newton Phillips

RED : Newton.
NEWTON : So it’s finished?
RED : If you had come to me, I could have helped you. We could have avoided all of this. But now we can’t.
NEWTON : They threatened my family.
RED : Of course they did. Newton, I’ll take care of your family, whatever they need.
NEWTON : My wife she has no idea. If you could make it look like an accident, for her.
RED : Look out at the water. Just look out at the water.

Red strangles him with a chokehold

CONFERENCE ROOM, LOCATION UNKNOWN

Diane Fowler, Alan Fitch and others are meeting

DIANE FOWLER : The assassination attempt failed. Our asset survived.
MAN : What asset? You still haven’t given us a name.
FOWLER : What I can confirm is that the person responsible for the breach of security has been eliminated.
FITCH : And who was that?

FOWLER : In accordance with NSPD –
FITCH : Cut the crap, Diane. The Senate Subcommittee briefing is in under an hour, and I am not walking into Congress without the name of that mole.
FOWLER : Well, that’s too bad, because I’m not giving it to you. To do so would compromise the identity of our asset. What I can tell you is that this particular threat to our national security died with him.
FITCH : Based on what? Your word? Scout’s honor? For all we know, your asset is the threat to national security, and the effort to eliminate him was the work of a patriot.
FOWLER : I can assure you it wasn’t.
FITCH : And I can assure you that your assurances make you sound incredibly naive.

KEEN'S HOUSE

Door opens, closes, footsteps

LIZ : Thank you for coming back. I don’t want to fight, Tom. Let’s just talk.

It’s not Tom. It’s Red

RED : Tom’s at the airport.
LIZ : What the hell are you doing here?
RED : How did things go with your case? Congratulations. I’m proud of you.
LIZ : Does this mean you’re back?
RED : I don’t know. My house is clean. But yours is not.
LIZ : What does that mean?
RED : The deficit that I found in my organization could not have supplied all the knowledge required for the incursion to take place. That would have been supplied by someone with far greater access.
LIZ : Someone on the inside.
RED : It would seem so.Therefore, we’re back where we began. Me speaking with you.
LIZ : Well, then. Welcome back. Where have you been, anyway?
RED : Out and about.
LIZ : Did you bring me anything?
RED: Yes. The next name on the blacklist.





Adapté du site «The Blacklist Classified», mise en page par mnoandco



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