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#113 : L'Agence Cyprus

Ecrit par: Lukas Reiter
Réalisé par: Michael Watkins

Une jeune femme kidnappée il y a plusieurs mois, est repérée en pleine rue en criant qu'on lui a pris son bébé juste avant de mourir. Red informe Liz que "l'Agence Chypre" est une organisation responsable d'adoptions illégales de nourrissons. Pure coïncidence, Liz et Tom envisagent l'adoption ce qui encourage Liz à retrouver le PDG des organisations, Owen Mallory.

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Titre VO
The Cyprus Agency

Titre VF
L'Agence Cyprus

Première diffusion
27.01.2014

Première diffusion en France
24.09.2014

Vidéos

Bande annonce VO

Bande annonce VO

  

Photos promo

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) ne plaisante pas

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) ne plaisante pas

  Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw (Campbell Scott ) directeur de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus #64

Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw (Campbell Scott ) directeur de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus #64

  Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw (Campbell Scott ) directeur de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus #64 reçoit les agents Keen et Ressler

Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw (Campbell Scott ) directeur de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus #64 reçoit les agents Keen et Ressler

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) et Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) enquêtent sur la mort de cette mystérieuse femme

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) et Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) enquêtent sur la mort de cette mystérieuse femme

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

  Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw (Campbell Scott ) directeur de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus #64 cherche à fuir le FBI

Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw (Campbell Scott ) directeur de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus #64 cherche à fuir le FBI

Elisabetk Keen (Megan Boone) écoute Raymond Reddington (James Spader) lui donner le nouveau nom sur la liste

Elisabetk Keen (Megan Boone) écoute Raymond Reddington (James Spader) lui donner le nouveau nom sur la liste

Le docteur Gideon Hadley (Ezra Knight ) protège le secret de la clinique

Le docteur Gideon Hadley (Ezra Knight ) protège le secret de la clinique

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)  cherche le docteur Mallory

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) cherche le docteur Mallory

Nestor (Bjorn Dupaty) accueille les agents à la clinique

Nestor (Bjorn Dupaty) accueille les agents à la clinique

Owen Mallory (Campbell Scott ) tente d'arrêter Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Owen Mallory (Campbell Scott ) tente d'arrêter Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Les agents Keen (Megan Boone ) et Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) travaillent ensemble sur le terrain

Les agents Keen (Megan Boone ) et Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) travaillent ensemble sur le terrain

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

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

Owen Mallory , le directeur de l'agence Cyprus renseigne les agents Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) et Keen (Megan Boone)

Owen Mallory , le directeur de l'agence Cyprus renseigne les agents Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) et Keen (Megan Boone)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader ) et l'un de ses étrange associé, Brimley (Teddy Coluca)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader ) et l'un de ses étrange associé, Brimley (Teddy Coluca)

Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) fait feu sur le docteur Hadley (Ezra Knight)

Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) fait feu sur le docteur Hadley (Ezra Knight)

Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra) prisonnière mais de qui?

Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra) prisonnière mais de qui?

 Perry (Wass Stevens ) kidnappe une femme pour le docteur Mallory

Perry (Wass Stevens ) kidnappe une femme pour le docteur Mallory

Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra)

Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra)

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Mercredi 24.09.2014 à 20:50
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Personnage Blaklisté: N°64: THE CYPRUS AGENCY (Owen Mallory)

Guests:

Rachel Brosnahan ... Jolene Parker

Campbell Scott ...  Owen Mallory né Michael Shaw
Wass Stevens ... Perry
James Murtaugh ... Charles Lassiter
Ezra Knight ... Dr. Gideon Hadley
Matthew Rauch ... Ted Caldwell

Un flic de Manhattan aperçoit une jeune femme presque nue errant dans un état d'hébétude, répétant « ils ont pris mon bébé ». Il vient juste de joindre par radio son poste de police quand un homme que nous appellerons Perry se précipite pour le tuer ainsi que la femme. A Washington D.C Liz et Tom découvrent une échographie du petit garçon qui sera bientôt leur fils : l'adoption devient tout à coup très réelle. Liz annonce qu'elle veut prendre des congés pour s'occuper du bébé même si cela signifie risquer son travail. Red a aussi l'adoption en tête mais sous la forme de l'agence d'adoption Cyprus. Cette agence pour les riches utilise des méthodes vraiment malveillantes : «ils» kidnappent les enfants et les font adopter ensuite. Red a une photo du futur bébé qui sera adopté, un petit garçon qui ira chez David et Wendy Roland.

Les Roland rencontrent l'avocat de l'agence Cyprus, Ted Caldwell, pendant que Liz et Ressler écoutent la conversation d'un van garé non loin. Lorsque les Roland commencent à poser des questions sur les origines de l'enfant, Caldwell sort pour téléphoner à son patron : Liz et Ressler interviennent. Plutôt que de répondre à leurs questions, Caldwell recule et se retrouve sur la trajectoire d'un bus et meurt. Le FBI se rend à l'agence, qui est maintenant une scène de crime, pour interroger Owen Mallory, le directeur. Affirmant que ses affaires sont légales, Mallory dirige le FBI vers ses partenaires à l'étranger et se met à leur service. Pendant ce temps, Red a ligoté Meera et la fait interroger par Brimley qui assure qu'elle dit la vérité. C'est compliqué mais Meera sait qu'elle a été piégée et elle propose à Red de la laisser partir afin qu'elle trouve la vraie taupe.

Liz retourne au FBI avec 27 dossiers d'adoption, dont aucun ne peut être authentifié. Après que Cooper ait ordonné de faire des tests ADN sur les enfants, Liz demande à lui parler. C'est à ce moment là que se montre Meera, avec une mine affreuse et elle s'excuse de son retard dû à sa fille malade pendant la nuit. Cooper est peu compatissant. Travailler dans cette unité signifie pas de vie de famille : Liz préfère alors attendre avant de formuler sa demande de congé à Cooper. Mais elle parle de son intention à Red, ce qui fera de ce cas le dernier pour un moment. Lorsqu'elle explique qu'aucun des enfants de l'agence n'est porté disparu, Red lui conseille de refaire les tests ADN mais cette fois, qu'ils ne regardent pas à une correspondance approximative mais exacte.. Oh, et si Liz a des doutes sur Tom, elle ne devrait pas poursuivre l'adoption. Liz promet qu'elle n'a pas une once de doute.

Après avoir refait les tests ADN, Liz et Ressler découvrent que cinq femmes portées disparues sont les mères de 12 des 27 bébés de Cyprus. Toutes étaient au Lycée quand elles ont disparu et tous les bébés ont été conçus après leur enlèvement. Aram localise une jeune étudiante de Georgetown, Charlotte Patterson, qui sera la prochaine cible de l'agence Cyprus. Liz et Ressler se précipitent sur le campus au moment où Perry au volant d'une fourgonnette emmène Charlotte inconsciente. Pendant ce temps, Meera vole l'identifiant de Cooper et copie des dossiers confidentiels qui sont sur son ordinateur.

Perry va directement voir Mallory qui le tue aussitôt puis se rend à la clinique de fertilité de Galatea pour dire au Dr Gideon Hadley qu'il est temps d'arrêter. Il lui demande s'ils en ont perdu une autre patiente l'autre jour ? Hadley répond que Perry s'en est occupé...alors qu'un promeneur et son chien trouvent le corps de Kate Ellison dans le Maryland. Le médecin légiste apporte quelques réponses : Kate a une atrophie musculaire sévère et a été probablement maintenue dans un coma pendant des années. Pire encore, elle a accouché trois fois alors qu'elle était dans le coma. Aram appelle Liz avec des nouvelles sur Mallory : il a fréquenté Harvard mais était inscrit sous le nom de Charles Lassiter Jr., fils de Charles et Jill, qui ne semblent pas avoir d'enfants.

Ressler et Liz visitent les Lassiter : quarante ans plus tôt, ils ont adopté un garçon de 7 ans placé en famille d'accueil, Michael Shaw, qui souffrait de troubles émotionnels sévères. Quand il a commencé à menacer de se blesser lui et ses parents adoptifs, ils l'ont ramené dans le foyer d'accueil mais ils se sont toujours reprochés cette terrible situation. Cette nuit là, Meera donne à Red les documents dérobés  qui comportent le nom de la vraie taupe. Satisfait, Red dit à Meera que maintenant, ils sont quittes.

Le jour suivant, Liz rencontre Red à l'extérieur d'une maison de banlieue chic, espérant de l'aide pour remonter jusqu'à l'hydroxipam utilisé pour endormir les victimes de l'agence Cyprus. Il y a une fête à l'intérieur organisée par Russel, un copain de Red courtois dealer de narcotique qui connaît tout sur l'hydroxipam. Personne n'en veut. Seulement trois pharmacies en ont en stock et un seul médecin en fertilité, le docteur Gideon Hadley, en a prescrit dans la dernière année. Liz et Ressler foncent directement à la clinique Galatea où Mallory et Hadley se sont rencontrés. Mallory envoie le réceptionniste afin de les convaincre de partir mais lorsque Ressler et Liz commencent à fureter, Nestor sort une arme et Hadley s'enfuit. Poursuivant Hadley, Liz tombe sur une salle terrifiante remplie de 22 femmes dans le coma et à tous les stades de la grossesse.

Liz reste bouche bée et ne s'attend pas à ce que Mallory, alors caché derrière un lit, lui saute dessus et la cloue au sol. Heureusement, Ressler arrive et Mallory est arrêté. Quand les choses se sont tassées, Liz informe Mallory qu'ils ont suffisamment de preuves contre lui pour le coffrer et qu'elle connaît son histoire avec les Lassiter. Mallory explique que les Lassiter ne voulait pas vraiment d'enfant, ce qu'ils voulaient c'était l'enfant parfait pour leur vie parfaite et que c'est cela qu'il vend. Mais ce n'est pas une question d'argent pour lui, son héritage est assuré et il n'y a rien que Liz puisse faire pour changer cela. C'est alors que Liz réalise que Mallory a engendré tous les enfants de l'agence Cyprus.

Tom trouve Liz en pleurs à la maison. Elle lui dit qu'ils ne sont pas prêts. Elle ne sait pas quel est le problème, mais quelque chose ne va pas et elle ne peut pas avoir un bébé maintenant. Liz reste à la maison sanglotant tandis que Tom va retrouver Jolène. Pendant ce temps, Red met à plein tube une chanson de Gordon Lightfoot dans le salon de Diane Fowler, une invitation à l'affrontement. Fowler soutient qu'elle a agi pour le protéger et qu'«ils» sont venus au Bureau de Poste pour faire le point. Disant «vous parlez trop», Red lui tire dessus. Il a un arrangement avec Fitch, pas avec elle. Elle propose de lui dire la vérité sur ce qui est arrivé à sa famille, ce que Red veut savoir plus que tout au monde. Mais si Diane connaît la vérité, d'autres la connaissent aussi et il tire. Trois coups et Diane Fowler est morte. Peu de temps après, Mr. Kaplan arrive pour nettoyer les lieux.





                                                                                Traduit et adapté du résumé du site officiel par mnoandco





 

IN A STREET

 A woman dressed in a hospital gown with a blanket wrapped around her walks unsteadily down a city sideway seeking help

WOMAN : My baby. Please. They have him. They –

Siren wails in distance. Horn honks.Tires screech
Sobbing

WOMAN : Please. My baby. They have – have him

Police radio chatter

WOMAN : Please. Please. Please. They – they have my baby. They took my baby.
POLICE OFFICER : B–b–b–back away, ma’am.
WOMAN : They took my baby. They –
OFFICER : Please, please back away. Calm down, ma’am. Calm down What’s – what’s happening?
WOMAN : They took my baby.
OFFICER : What’s happening? Who took – who took your baby?
WOMAN : They have my baby.
OFFICER : What’s – what’s happening?

A man drives up in a van and gets out

MAN : Hey, Kate. Oh, thank God. I was so worried.
OFFICER : What baby, ma’am?
MAN : She’s confused. I’m so sorry, Officer.
OFFICER : Wait. Do you know this woman?
MAN : Yes, I–I do. I do. She’s my sister. She ha – she hasn’t been well.
OFFICER : Don’t move. I want you two to stay right there.

Police radio chatter

MAN : Officer?

Silenced gunshot

To distraught woman

MAN : I’m sorry.

Silenced gunshot

KEEN'S HOUSE

Looking at an ultrasound of baby

LIZ : I’m in love with his little nose.
TOM : Yeah, that’s a cute one.
LIZ : Oh, it’s his face, and I’m in love with him. Oh, my God. It just got real.
TOM : Yeah. Are we really doing this?
LIZ
: I think we are. Are you a little freaked out?
TOM : Yeah, a little, but in a good way, right?
LIZ : Yeah. Yeah. Right.

Liz inhales sharply

LIZ : You figure out how to use the stroller and the car seat, the base thingy?
TOM : I think you just gave me a honey-do list, which – wait. You’re officially a mom.
LIZ : You know, um I’ve decided I want to stay home for a little while, spend some time with the baby and –
TOM : Are you serious? Can you do that? I mean, aren’t you – uh, you could lose your job.
LIZ : This is more important.

A CHURCH

RED : There’s nothing more profound and of lasting consequence than the decision to have a child. The exploitation and perversion of that decision is the stock and trade of a truly evil organization – the Cyprus Adoption Agency.
LIZ : Adoption? You want me to believe this is a coincidence? Tom and I are adopting a baby, and you serve up an adoption agency?
RED : Life is full of lovely little ironies. The Cyprus Agency offers a promise of something very special– perfection. Their clients are ordering from an unlimited genetic menu, the characteristics of the child they want to bring home. But the evil is not in what the agency offers. It’s in how they get it done.

CYPRUS'S AGENCY OFFICE

MALLORY : Our business is probability. All the children available for adoption have some genetic advantage. I’m Owen. Owen Mallory.
COUPLE : Hi.
WOMAN : Mr. Mallory is our founder and CEO.
MALLORY : Adoption is a big decision. That’s why we try to make it as simple as we possibly can. You select your preferences. We scour the planet for a child that matches that criteria.
MALLORY : Oh, this is, um, Ted Caldwell. The Martins, from Montreal. Ted’s our General Counsel.

A CHURCH

RED : The Cyprus Agency is in the abduction business. They don’t locate kids for adoption. They steal them and adopt them out to new parents. And moving stolen children is difficult. There’s copious amounts of paperwork.

LIZ : They’re using a forger.

RED : One of the best. But I’m biased. He’s one of my best. Lizzy, I’m giving you the chance to take down a criminal organization that is abducting babies from their mothers’ arms. This is the next child the Cyprus Agency will deliver, a boy, less than two weeks from now.
LIZ : Who is he really?
RED : I have no idea. But he’s about to become the child of David and Wendy Roland.

ROLAND'S HOUSE

DAVID ROLAND : So, where did he come from?
LIZ : I don’t know. Our source says he may have been abducted.
WENDY ROLAND : Oh, my God.
DAVID : Abduction? Abducted from whom?
WENDY : Y–you’re saying he may never be our son?
DAVID : W–we’ve been through all the details.
WENDY : What, y–you’re saying there may be another mother out there who’s looking for him? DAVID : S–so, what do you need us to do?

Siren wails in distance

A BAR IN MANHATTAN

CALDWELL : I just want to take a moment to congratulate you. I know how excited you both are and how long a road this has been. Oh! Someone from our nursing staff will be reaching out to make arrangements for you and the baby to meet. Do you have a question?
DAVID : No. Just– we’ve heard about birth parents changing their mind at the last minute. Just want to make sure everything’s accurate.

Listening from across street

LIZ : He’s gonna spook him.
RESSLER : No. no, he’s drawing him out. He’s got to ask about the adoption.

IN THE BAR

CALDWELL : Our agency does exhaustive preparation and research that involves a large network of the most reputable contacts both here and overseas.
DAVID : Your agency said he came from an orphanage in Estonia. Can you tell us anything more about that?
CALDWELL : Such as?
DAVID : Well, I–I don’t know. You hear stories– what these kids went through before they found a home.
CALDWELL : Oh. No, no, no. I assure you, you have nothing to worry about. Now, as the agency’s lawyer, I’m not involved with the children directly.
DAVID : But – Well, maybe you could give us the name of someone in the agency who is.
CALDWELL : You should absolutely feel free to speak with one of our adoption consultants. Would you excuse me? I have to take this phone call…

Caldwell goes outside, dials

CALDWELL : I think we have a situation here. They’re asking questions about Estonia.

Ressler and Liz listening from across street

RESSLER : That’s it. We got him. Move. Move. Move.
LIZ : Okay.

Caldwell, on phone

CALDWELL : No. No, it just feels funny. I don’t think they’re onto anything, but, uh –

Liz arrives, flashes badge

LIZ : Theodore Caldwell?
CALDWELL : Excuse me? No, no, no.
LIZ : FBI. We need to talk.
CALDWELL : FBI? About what? Talk about what? This is a misunderstanding.
LIZ : We know about the abduction. You can do the right thing here.
CALDWELL : What abduction?! Uh, you don’t understand.
LIZ : You can help us. You can help us. Tell us about the agency. –
CALDWELL : No loose ends! — I’m already dead.
LIZ : – Help us find the real parents

Chuckles

CALDWELL: Real parents? Oh, my God. You have no idea. Oh! I’m– I’m sorry. I’m sorry. The truth is, the Cyprus Agency–

Horn blares

Tires screech .Brakes hiss. Wheels squeaking
Caldwell is hit by a car and killed

AN ABANDONED WAREHOUSE

In a corridor

BRIMLEY : She’s a tough little punjab. Doesn’t talk so much.
RED : That’s why you’re here, Mr. Brimley.
BRIMLEY : She’s telling the truth. Don’t bet the trailer money, but I pushed her hard, and I’m telling you– that girl’s cleaner than a duck fart.
RED: Thank you, Teddy.

Red comes in a room. Door creaks .Merra is here, She is tied. Sighs

RED: Let’s talk.
MEERA : Already did.
RED : Yes, but now that you’ve been vetted by Mr. Brimley, I’m more inclined to listen.

MEERA : Like I said, to get into the blacksite so quickly, Garrick had to have the site layout in advance.

RED : Which you gave to him.
MEERA : No.
RED : I have an RFP we recovered from the trash of a government contractor, signed by Meera Malik. You leak classified data in the name of improving security.
MEERA : No. I was authorized to start the bidding process.
RED : Authorized by whom?
MEERA : I don’t know. All I know is that Cooper handed me the order. Putting a bullet in my head gets you nothing. But letting me help you might get us both what we want.
RED : And why would you want to help me, Agent Malik?
MEERA : Someone on the inside betrayed us. Colleagues of mine were killed. We both want the same thing. Let me go, and I’ll find out who did it.
RED : The order was classified.
MEERA : You let me worry about that.

CYPRUS AGENCY

Indistinct conversations

WOMAN : You can’t. Those files are confidential.
RESSLER : Warrant. I need you to step outside. Get that hard drive to Aram. We need a full work–up on it, pronto.
MALLORY : Agent Ressler?
RESSLER : Mr. Mallory. I see you got my message.
MALLORY : I did. I just – I don’t really understand.
RESSLER : I – Neither do we. But it’s clear an adoption being brokered by this agency is a fraud.
MALORY : Well, I–I can’t believe that. If there was a misstep with a case, it undoubtedly happened overseas. All of the legal aspects on our end are dealt with by Ted Caldwell and his team, who I am completely confident in.
RESSLER : Someone got it wrong.
MALLORY : All right, Agent. You’re welcome to examine all the records, warrant or not, but if there was a false claim made, believe me – you should be looking into our overseas partners.
LIZ : We’re launching a wider investigation. Until we’re done, you’re out of the adoption business.
MALLORY : Understood. I just ordered an internal review myself. Look, this agency is only as strong as its reputation, so I want answers as much as you do. Anything you need – anything – just let me know.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Twenty-seven files. That’s 27 adoptions brokered in the last 3 years alone.
COOPER : Is that a lot?
LIZ : That’s a lot, especially when you’re adopting out infants, and that’s almost never done internationally. But there’s the thing. I’ve gone through every case file. I can’t authenticate a single adoption. One child was supposedly born to a birth mother in Lithuania, but I can’t find any record of the birth.
COOPER : They’re smart. The trails lead to facts we can’t verify instead of something we can prove is a lie. Bring me evidence. Make the case. Compare the kids delivered by the Cyprus Agency to police reports of missing kids.
RESSLER : I’ll call Interpol, check their database.
LIZ : A lot of their missing-persons files have DNA on record. We should coordinate DNA panels on all the kids.
COOPER : Let’s do it.
LIZ : Sir? I wanted to talk with you about something. It’s a personal matter.

Meera arrives, Cooper speaks to her : she is late!

COOPER : Good of you to join us.
MEERA : Sir, rough night. My daughter was sick.
COOPER : I agreed to let you join this task force with the promise that family wouldn’t be an issue. I don’t mean to be a hard-ass, but in this unit, job comes first, second, and third. Bring her up to speed. [ To Liz ] You wanted to talk to me about something?
LIZ : It can wait.

AT ADOPTIVE PARENT'S HOUSE

Liz, Meera and Ressler are talking to a mother and child

LIZ : The FBI is looking into the Cyprus Agency. There have been some allegations.
RESSLER : And that’s why we’re asking for DNA.We can confirm – Say, “Ah.” Good girl – That she is who the agency claims she is.

Another family

MEERA : I know this is hard. I have a daughter myself. And you have every right to speak to a lawyer. But we have a court order authorizing us to collect DNA.

Another family

LIZ : Here, open up. I promise this won’t hurt.
MOTHER : It’s okay. It’s okay, honey.
FATHER : There you go. That’s my boy. Very good boy.
MOTHER : Aww, you did it. Mommy’s got you.

IN A BUILDING

LIZ : I think this will be my last case for awhile. I’m gonna spend some time at home, be with the baby.
RED : How’s the case coming along?
LIZ : We compared the DNA to every known sample on file for missing or abducted kids – not a single hit. The Cyprus Agency delivered 27 children, all unaccounted for. Nobody’s ever reported them missing.

Elevator bell dings

RED : You’re so linear.

Chuckles

LIZ : What’s that supposed to mean?
RED : The FBI and the police– the way they teach you to think never ceases to amaze me. Lizzy, not every missing child is on the back of a milk carton.
LIZ : Who wouldn’t report a missing child…?
RED : People who won’t or can’t go to the police.

LIZ : Criminals.

RED : Run the DNA again. This time, don’t look for an exact match. Look at the relatives. You want to find where those kids came from, that’s how...You’re arriving at a point of no return, Lizzy. If you have any doubts about your husband, you can’t go through with this adoption. When you get there, if there is even one shred of doubt…
LIZ : There isn’t.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

RESSLER : Keen, the DNA results are in.
LIZ : We get a hit?
RESSLER : We got five. You need to see this. Five hits, all women. According to the DNA, these five women are the biological mothers of 12 of the 27 kids.
LIZ : The mothers. Let me guess. They’re in prison.
RESSLER : No. They’re not in the system because they’re criminals– they’re in the system because they’re missing.
LIZ : Missing?
RESSLER : All five of them.

later

LIZ : Five women– all attractive, smart, in their early 20s.
RESSLER : All five were in college when they disappeared.
LIZ : Four of the five disappeared without a trace. Allison Hayes – she was a physics student at BU. She went to class one Monday morning and vanished.The police reports are almost identical. These were clean grabs, no witnesses.
RESSLER : All except one.

Grunts as he pushes glass panel evidence board open

RESSLER : Kate Ellison, also 20. She goes drinking with a fake ID at a bar near Brown where she’s a sophomore. She got taken on the walk home. A witness said they saw her fighting with a man who then pushes her into a van, but no ID was possible.

Meera is shown in Cooper’s darkened office. She gets his key card from his briefcase

COOPER : So, they’re not taking children. They’re taking women. What’s the timeline?
LIZ : Kate Ellison was taken three years ago. Wait. That can’t be right. According to the DNA test, Kate’s the mother of two children delivered by the Cyprus Agency. They’re 1 and 2 years old.
COOPER : So she gave birth after she was taken?
LIZ : She didn’t only give birth. She got pregnant after she was taken.
RESSLER : So did Allison Hayes and Michelle Lefferts. The kids matching their DNA were conceived after they were abducted.
COOPER : These women are alive. They’re still out there.

COOPER'S OFFICE

Meera goes to her computer and uses the higher security clearance of Cooper’s card to access the system. She then returns to his office, but he is there

COOPER : You need something?
MEERA : It’s about the mole hunt.
COOPER : What about it?
MEERA : Reddington’s been speaking to Keen. He believes that someone in our unit provided the intruders with intel critical to the breach.
COOPER : Counter Intelligence has concluded that Newton Phillips acted alone. You disagree?

Meera slips the card into his briefcase when he’s not looking

MEERA : I’m feeling very mistrustful.
COOPER : Do you have actionable intel to support this hunch?
MEERA : No.

Meera turns to depart

COOPER : Malik, I hope your daughter feels better.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

ARAM : You are looking at Ted Caldwell’s computer, the one we seized from his office. Now, most of it was routine, but deep in the background was a file nobody wanted found.
RESSLER : “Purchase Orders.” What exactly was he buying?
ARAM : Not buying. From the looks of it, I’d say it’s something he intended to acquire. I had them printed. It’s a complete dossier – medical profile, grades going back to middle school, athletic and extracurricular interests.
LIZ : Charlotte Patterson – in her second year at Georgetown. You think she could be the agency’s next target?
RESSLER : We can’t afford to risk it. We need to get her into protective custody.

A PARKING

A man in a dark van is driving slowly through a parking ramp looking for a license plate matching a photocopy of one that he has
College students are moving through halls

Indistinct conversations

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

ARAM : I just talked to the university. She’s in a chemistry class at Regents Hall until 5:00 PM.

REGENTS HALL

RESSLER : Come on! Move. Move.

Running through hall seen earlier

The dark van pulls up alongside the car with the matching license plate. Engine shuts off

On phone

RESSLER : Class is dismissed. She’s gone. Give me something, Aram.
ARAM : Her car’s still there. She swiped in at the parking structure near campus, hasn’t swiped out.

A PARKING, NEAR CAMPUS

Young woman walks up to her the car next to the van. Car alarm chirps. The man from the van grabs the young woman .Screaming
The man pushes her into the van, slugs her. Muffled screaming

RESSLER : Keen, Keen, car. Oh, geez. We’ve got her books...
RESSLER : In the van! Step out!

Engine turns over, van knocks Ressler down . Tires screech and van takes off .Liz shoots, but van is gone 

On phone

LIZ : Mandell parking garage, shots fired! There’s a kidnapped suspect in a blue van! Virginia plate 8-1-Sam-Echo-Michael-3-6.

To Ressler

LIZ : You okay?

A WAREHOUSE

MALLORY : You call me at the office?
PERRY [ the van man ]: You didn’t answer the cell. I tried you half a dozen times.
MALLORY : Perry, the cell is retired. We went dark. You recall? No business.
PERRY : They’re onto me. The last pickup, the feds were there. How did they know the target?
MALLORY : Why are you out making pickups when I said to hold off?
PERRY : On new orders, but this was old business. We lost one the other day. The lawyer told me to get a replacement.
MALLORY : You should have checked with me first.

MALLORY : Where is she?
PERRY : She’s in the van, sedated.
MALLORY : Okay. Show me.

Gun cocks

PERRY : The lawyer said to get a replacement.
MALLORY : The lawyer’s dead.

He shoots the van man

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Charlotte Patterson never made it home from class. She was definitely inside that van.
ARAM : Her cell’s not active. We’re setting up checkpoints, and every law-enforcement agency in a 200-mile radius has her photo, along with the make, model, and plate number of the van.
COOPER : Where are we on Mallory?
LIZ : Waiting on documents from overseas. And the files we seized at the agency have Caldwell’s name all over them. But there’s no paper trail proving Mallory or anyone else knew what was going on.
COOPER : Are you saying he’s innocent?
RESSLER : No. We’ve interviewed employees on three continents – accountants, marketing, researchers. They all seem to be clean.
COOPER : We need proof! And it would be nice to get it before another woman is abducted.

CLINIC GALATEA

Elevator bell dings

MALLORY : Where are we?
DOCTOR : That’s my question for you. What’s with the new girl? I thought we were done.
MALLORY : We are. She was a mistake.The FBI is looking at everyone.
DOCTOR : Well, there’s no link to my clinic. We were very careful.
MALLORY : I don’t care. Shut it down. What happened the other day? Perry said we lost one.

Flash sideways: Dog barking, uncovers body of young woman in a forest

DOCTOR : Couldn’t be avoided. Perry took care of it.

DOG'S OWNER : Flounder! Hey, where did you go, bud? Hey, Flounder, what have you got there?

Dog panting. Dog’s owner makes cell call

AT THE MORGUE

MEDICAL EXAMINER GOWER : Name is Kate Ellison. Computer said the FBI is looking for her.
LIZ : Thanks for the call.

RESSLER : You get a cause of death?
GOWER : Single gunshot wound. And that’s about the only thing in this that makes any sense. Just h–hang on a second. Let me get my file.

He walks off

RESSLER : What are you thinking?
LIZ : Nothing good. Kate Ellison had blond hair and blue eyes. She dies, and a day or two later, Charlotte Patterson gets taken.
RESSLER : It’s the same type. Maybe the agency needed a replacement.

Gower returns with his file

GOWER : Okay, Kate Ellison, abducted at the age of 20. She dies at the age of 23. So, where has she been for the last three years? I would say nowhere.
RESSLER : Meaning?
GOWER : Let’s start with the muscle tone. She has severe muscular atrophy. Her arms, her legs, all the major muscle groups – are deteriorated.
LIZ : What would cause that?
GOWER : Inactivity– I don’t think that this woman has stood upright for any length of time in years. She was in an induced coma. The needle marks on her arm suggest that she was fed through a tube. Okay, now, here’s where my findings go from the crazy to the totally insane. She’s given birth – several times.
RESSLER : How is that possible in her condition, though?
GOWER : Well, she was heavily sedated and she’s lost a lot of muscle mass, but she’s actually in great shape to deliver a child. Her folic acid, her calcium, her iron were all incredibly high. So, whoever’s been keeping her has been giving her prenatal care.
LIZ : If she was shot, maybe she was trying to escape.
GOWER : That would be pretty tough. She was on some very heavy sedation – a benzodiazepine called hydroxipam.
LIZ : Thank you.

Cellphone vibrating, walks away a bit to take call

Indistinct conversation

LIZ : Aram, what do you have?
ARAM : It’s about Owen Mallory. Cooper said get into his life, so I started with his undergrad degree from Harvard.
LIZ : Oh, let me guess. He never went.
ARAM : Oh, no, he went. Here’s the thing– he went under a different name. Owen Mallory was enrolled as Charles Lassiter Jr. He falsified his transcripts, applied as the only son of Charles and Jill Lassiter from Bethesda.
LIZ : [ To Ressler ] We’ve got something on Mallory. Aram, send us the Lassiters’ address.

LASSITER'S HOUSE

RESSLER : I know this must be a shock. His name is Owen Mallory. He attended Harvard, claiming to be your son.
JILL LASSITER : I’m sorry. What did you say his name is now?
LIZ : “Now”? Mrs. Lassiter, do you know this man?
JILL : He was our son.
CHARLES LASSITER : The boy we knew was named Michael Shaw.. And when we met him, he was seven years old and in foster care.
LIZ : So you adopted him.
JILL : He was with us for 16 months. Charles and I- I mean, we knew Michael was troubled. But nothing could have prepared us for –
CHARLES : T- the therapist called it severe attachment disorder. Uh a- and there- there – there were many therapists, all kinds. We tried. I know – I know how that sounds. But- but when Michael began threatening to hurt himself an- and us, then the doctors stepped in and felt uh... for, uh for Michael to return to foster care.
LIZ : I’m so sorry. That must have been very difficult.
JILL : No, I’m sorry. It’s just, in many ways Charles and I blame ourselves. In hindsight, we weren’t ready. We, the marriage was troubled. We- we just weren’t equipped for a child.

A PARK

Red’s car drives up alongside Meera’s in a secluded part of a park at night

MEERA : Directive for a mandatory security upgrade. The person who ordered it signed page 6.
RED : Our business is done, Agent Malik.

CLEVELAND

Car approaches

RED : Sorry I’m late.
LIZ : What the hell is this place?
RED : Not at all what it seems.
LIZ : What are we doing here? I told you– I need help tracking hydroxipam. There’s no federal prescription database. Can’t subpoena every pharmacy on the East Coast.
RED : You don’t have to. Did you know the earliest-known cul-de-sac is over 2,000 years old, unearthed in El-Lahun, Egypt? Aristotle himself was a big fan– said they made it difficult for the enemy to find their way while attacking. Now, be polite. You’re about to meet one of the nicest narcotics dealers this side of Cleveland.

RUSSEL'S HOUSE

Hip–hop music plays, Indistinct conversations, laughter Coughing

RED : Russell.
RUSSELL : Red? What’s up, fool?

Chuckles

RED : Ah. Smells delicious, Russell.
RUSSELL : Mescaline steam bath. You want a hit?
RED : Oh, my God[ Sniff. If only I could do just one. No, thank you. No, last time I played around with that, I ended up naked in the desert trying to hitch a ride to Tuba City. Those Navajo tacos– Oh! Heaven!

Chuckles

LIZ : – When was this?
RED : Uh, about two years ago
RUSSELL : She seems like a cop.
RED :Thank you. You see? I keep telling her that. She doesn’t listen to me. Listen, Russell, this isn’t a social call. I came for your professional opinion. I need to know about hydroxipam.
RUSSELL : Sure, yeah, I know all about that– that and the Betamax and the BlackBerry.
RED : I don’t understand the reference.
RUSSELL : Nobody wants it. Uh, hydro is supposed to be a sleep aid, but it’s crazy powerful– too powerful. The half-life’s like 100 hours.
RED : So?
RUSSELL: So, people need to get up in the morning.
RED : Where can I get it?
RUSSELL : You don’t want it.
RED : I do.
RUSSELL : Okay. But I got to tell you, I don’t think most pharmacies even stock it now. Luckily, I have access to their inventories. There. See? Only three pharmacies in 1,200 miles carry hydro. And of those, only eight doctors wrote scripts – in the last year.
LIZ : What’s this code here?
RUSSELL : That’s what kind of doctor wrote the prescription. Looks like seven are sleep therapists, and one is a fertility doctor!?

Chuckles, Laughs

GALATEA FERTILITY CLINIC

LIZ : FBI. We need to talk with Dr. Gideon Hadley.
NESTOR : Dr. Hadley’s in a meeting.
RESSLER : You’ll just have to interrupt.

DR GIDEON HADLEY'S OFFICE

MALLORY : I’m not sure waiting is such a –
HADLEY : What have FBI –

Hadley sees Liz ans Ressler on security video.Nestor comes in

NESTOR : They’re asking for you.
HADLEY : If there are loose ends, they are not on my side.
MALLORY : Take it easy, everybody. They don’t know anything. They’re just here to talk. If they knew something, they would have sent a SWAT team. Talk to them. Be your charming self. Get them to leave. By the time they get back, there won’t be anything for them to find.
HADLEY : And if I can’t?
MALLORY : Take care of it, Nestor.

GALATEA FERTILITY CLINIC

NESTOR : I’m so sorry. Dr. Hadley actually stepped out for the afternoon.
RESSLER : I thought you said he was in a meeting.
NESTOR : I thought he was. He’ll be back in a few hours. You’re welcome to wait.
LIZ : Great. In the meantime, I think we’ll give ourselves a tour of the facility.

Drawer opens; Nestor goes for gun. Ressler grabs and subdues him

RESSLER : Find Hadley.

Ressler cuffs Nestor, then quickly finds Hadley as well. Hadley draws a gun on Ressler but Ressler shoots Hadley twice and he’s down

Liz ascends stairs and enters “Restricted Area” – a cavernous floor of the tall building the fertility clinic is housed in. At one end is an enclosure of plastic sheeting with two rows of hospital beds, each with a sedated, pregnant woman hooked up to tubes and IVs – about 15 to 20 patients in all

Suddenly Dr Mallory springs on Liz. They fight for her gun. Mallory gets the gun after he pushes one of the sedated women on top of Liz. Mallory shoots – not at Liz, however, but at Ressler who has appeared. Mallory misses but Ressler shoots and wounds Mallory

RESSLER : Keen.
LIZ : I’m okay. Call it in.

She checks the woman Mallory had thrown on her

Later, Cooper arrives at the scene

COOPER : Twenty-two women, all alive including Charlotte Patterson, the girl we lost at Georgetown.

RESSLER : Allison Hayes and Michelle Lefferts– we got them all.
LIZ : Except Kate Ellison.
COOPER : You solved all those missing-persons reports in one case. And the mothers of every one of those 27 kids have been accounted for.
YOUNG DOCTOR : Sir, there’s a complete IVF laboratory. The women’s eggs were surgically retrieved, fertilized here, and then re–transferred. It’s all state–of–the–art. The genetic testing is cutting-edge. It’s remarkable. Some of the charts go back years.

POST OFFICE, INTERROGATION CELL

Liz is interrogating Mallory

LIZ : We found Kate Ellison.

It's the body found by the dog in the park

LIZ : And I’m guessing that’s not the only body we’ll find before this is done. Is it Michael? We know who you are. Michael Shaw adopted at 7 by Charles and Jill Lassiter and returned to foster care. Owen Mallory has no record, but Michael Shaw– he’s quite a con man, isn’t he?
MALLORY/SHAW : Thank you.
LIZ : You must have felt so rejected, being removed–
MALLORY/SHAW : I wasn’t removed. I was returned like a defective toy.
LIZ : I met the Lassiters. Is that why you did this? To get back at them?
MALLORY/SHAW : The Lassiters didn’t want a child. They wanted an accessory to smile for their Christmas card. They wanted perfection, like all the others. So I sell what people want. Everybody wins. They get their little geniuses, and–
LIZ : And you and your employees get rich?
MALLORY/SHAW : No. Well, yes. But it’s not about the money for me.
LIZ: What does that mean?
MALLORY/SHAW : I think I’ve said enough. But my legacy is complete. And there is nothing you can do to change that.
LIZ : Your legacy. You’re the father. The children brokered by the Cyprus Agency are yours. Why? MALLORY /SHAW : Well, I was damaged goods, wasn’t I? Not fit to survive in their privileged world. Well, I am surviving. Now part of me is thriving in every home that has my child.

KEEN'S HOUSE

TOM : Honey? What’s wrong? Are you okay?
LIZ : I can’t do it.
TOM : Do what? You’re not ready
LIZ : We’re not ready.
TOM : No, look– you don’t have to take any time off, all right? Just– there’s a lot of working moms out there, and you can do both.
LIZ : No.
TOM : You can do both.
LIZ : Tom it’s us. It’s us. I don’t know what’s wrong. I don’t understand it, but something’s not right. I can’t have a baby right now.
TOM : Well, I don’t know what to say to that.

Sniffles, Inhales sharply, Voice breaking

LIZ : Honey, you can’t tell me that there’s not one shred of doubt, one shred that wonders if this is broken.

DIANE FOWLER'S HOUSE

  Red enters a darkened room and starts a phonograph, then seats himself comfortably in a stuffed chair

DIANE FOWLER (DOJ): What the hell are you doing in my house?
RED : I know, Diane.
DIANE : What?
RED : You signed a directive ordering a mandatory security upgrade at the post office. It’s how you got the blueprints into enemy hands. You’re the dirty rat, Diane.
DIANE : I’m calling the police.
RED : No, you’re not.
DIANE : You stupid son of a bitch.
RED : Sit your ass down.
DIANE : I signed that directive for your protection.
RED : You remind me of this woman I knew in Lisbon. Strange old bird.
DIANE: If you think Fitch or any of his people are going to let you get away with this, you’re more arrogant than I thought. We came into the post office to make a point. If you come after me, if you so much as lay a finger on me –

Red shoots her

RED : You talk too much.
DIANE : You can’t shoot me!
RED : Why not? You’re not one of the good guys. And, as of today, you’re utterly worthless to the bad guys. Fitch and I have an agreement. He goes about his business. I go about mine. You and I don’t have an agreement.
DIANE : I know the truth, Red, about that night – about what happened to your family. Do you want to know the truth?
RED : More than anything in the world... But if you know the truth, Diane, then somebody else does, too.

Red shoots her three or four more times and clicks phonograph back on
FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

Cooper and Meera are back at the Post office, looking at the photos on the overhead display of all the women who had just been rescued

COOPER : …Can I tell you something …about Reddington?...I hate working with the man. He’s dangerous, amoral. He pathologically flaunts authority. He’s reckless to the point of suicidal. But all this, everything we’ve done – none of this would have been possible if it weren’t for him. Go home, Malik.

DIANE FOWLER'S HOUSE

RED : Mr. Kaplan …I’m sorry. It’s messier than I had hoped.
MR KAPLAN : Don’t worry, deary. I’m used to cleaning up after you.

 

 

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



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