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#121 : Berlin (partie 1)

Ecrit par: John Eisendrath & Jon Bokenkamp
Réalisé par: Michael Zinberg

Liz refuse de travailler avec Red après avoir découvert la vérité sur la mort de son père adoptif. Afin de faire amende honorable et forcer Liz à le voir, Red apporte une affaire que le FBI ne peut ignorer. Pendant ce temps, Liz révèle ce qu'elle saît sur la vie secrète de Tom au FBI.

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Titre VO
Berlin

Titre VF
Berlin (partie 1)

Première diffusion
05.05.2014

Première diffusion en France
15.10.2014

Vidéos

Bande annonce VO

Bande annonce VO

  

Photos promo

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) pensif

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) pensif

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) écoute l'agent Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) parler

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) écoute l'agent Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) parler

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) écoute la conversation

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) écoute la conversation

Agent Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra)

Agent Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra)

Le docteur Sanders (John Glover ) donne des explications

Le docteur Sanders (John Glover ) donne des explications

Red dans le bureau de Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix)

Red dans le bureau de Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix)

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) donne des informations à Liz (Megan Boone)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) donne des informations à Liz (Megan Boone)

Red (James Spader)  se rend à Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Red (James Spader) se rend à Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone)

Raymond Redington (James Spader) apprécie la conversation du docteur Sanders (John Glover )

Raymond Redington (James Spader) apprécie la conversation du docteur Sanders (John Glover )

Agent Walter Gary Martin (Jason Butler Harner )

Agent Walter Gary Martin (Jason Butler Harner )

Raymond Reddington (James Spader)  observe

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) observe

Red (James Spader) et Liz (Megan Boone) cherchent des renseignement auprès du Dr. Sanders (John Glover )

Red (James Spader) et Liz (Megan Boone) cherchent des renseignement auprès du Dr. Sanders (John Glover )

Raymond Redddington (James Spader) pris au piège

Raymond Redddington (James Spader) pris au piège

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) procède à une arrestation

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) procède à une arrestation

Dembe Zuma (Hisaham Tawfik)

Dembe Zuma (Hisaham Tawfik)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) et une preuve ensanglantée

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) et une preuve ensanglantée

Les agents procèdent à plusieurs arrestations

Les agents procèdent à plusieurs arrestations

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 15.10.2014 à 20:50
6.00m / 23.0% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Lundi 05.05.2014 à 22:00
10.47m / 2.7% (18-49)

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Personnage Blaklisté: N°8: BERLIN (Milos Kirchoff)

Guests:

Geraldine Hughes ... Dr. Nina Buckner

Jason Butler Harner ... Walter Gary Martin

John Glover ... Dr. Sanders
Brennan Brown ... Dr. Nikolaus Vogel
Victor Cruz ... Paul Blankenship
Elizabeth Ward Land ... Monique

Un conducteur de véhicule blindé, Paul Blankenship, crache du sang mais il dit à sa femme que ce n'est rien. Après avoir vérifié une seringue dans sa poche, Paul va dans les toilettes de la banque Westland pour trouver du sang dégoulinant de son oreille. Il appelle le 911 mais pas pour une ambulance, pour enregistrer un message d'adieu à sa famille, puis il s'évanouit. Les services d'urgences médicales mettent rapidement le bâtiment en quarantaine.

Après avoir avoué l'histoire de Tom à Ressler, Liz appelle le FBI et afin de la leur raconter. Elle est surprise d'apprendre que Gina Zanetakos s'est échappée il y a deux semaines. Pendant ce temps Tom, toujours en fuite, est suivi par les hommes de Red. Tom attrape l'un d'eux, un homme avec un tatouage d'araignée dans le cou, et le force à dire à Red qu'il a perdu sa trace. Red passe au bureau de Cooper où Liz remet sa démission. En dépit d'un nouveau cas urgent, elle n'est plus disposé à lui parler. Red insiste, affirmant que beaucoup de personnes vont mourir. Liz cède, acceptant de travailler sur un dernier cas. Paul Blankenship est mort du virus Cullen ce qui pourrait conduire à une pandémie mondiale : c'était un soldat, un pion dans le plan d'un machiavélique cerveau ...un plan pour tuer Red.

Liz et Ressler retrouve à la banque le docteur Nina Buckner, du Centre de Contrôle Médical (CCM). Elle explique que Cullen est tellement mortel qu' il y a un moratoire sur les recherches et que toutes les souches connues sont confinées. Il semble que la souche que Blankenship avait conçue, était uniquement destinée à infecter l'hôte d'origine sans propagation ; ils ont retrouvé une seringue dans sa veste. Étant donné que peu de gens dans le monde sont en mesure de concevoir un tel virus, Liz grimpe dans le jet de Red pour rendre visite à son vieil ami. Liz est peu disposée à parler à Red alors il lui tend une copie du livre de code de Tom, comme un rameau d'olivier. Pendant ce temps, le CCM découvre que la seringue de Blankenship contenait l'antidote au virus et sa messagerie révèle qu'on le faisait chanter pour faire quelque chose. Plutôt que d'accomplir sa tâche pour recevoir plus d'antidote, il avait choisi de mourir. Ailleurs, un autre transporteur de fond, David Klein, reçoit un message vidéo déformé d'un homme qu'il ne connaît pas, le docteur Nikolaus Vogel. Klein est maintenant infecté par Cullen. Il va être fourni en antidote pour une durée de 24 heures, tant qu'il suit les ordres.

Liz est dégoûtée d'apprendre que le vieil ami de Red, le Dr Bruce Sanders, le plus grand expert du pays sur la virologie, est un malade mental délirant, qui ne fait que rabâcher un nom, l'Agent de l'Espace UD-4126. Selon Sanders, Cullen est l'instrument de l'apocalypse. Une fois que Sanders a remis une pile de dossier sur ses recherches à Red, Liz se met en tête de rentrer par ses propres moyens : elle est fâchée que Red les ait conduit dans un hôpital psychiatrique uniquement pour être seul avec elle et la faire changer d'avis pour sa démission. Elle dit à Cooper qu'elle est prête à arranger une rencontre avec Red comme cela le FBI pourra l'arrêter. De retour au Bureau de Poste, Cooper rencontre l'agent Martin. Si Keen s'en va, la Task-Force sera démantelée et Red n'aura plus l'immunité. Il est temps de le lui amener. Le docteur Buckner étudie les recherches de Sanders : il a synthétisé un antidote au Cullen ce qui veut dire qu'il a travaillé avec quelqu'un de l'extérieur et que cette personne a accès à un laboratoire.Quand Sanders refuse de parler avec Liz, elle retrouve Red dans le parc Bryant et demande de l'aide. Il lui remet une pièce sanglante de chair avec un tatouage d'araignée, un message de Tom.

De retour à l'hôpital psychiatrique Sanders, confus, continue de s'acharner sur UD-4126. Sur un coup de tête, Liz demande à Aram de faire des recherches sur les numéros de badge et cela les amène au docteur Nikolaus Vogel, du Centre de Contrôle Médical. Dans le sous-sol de Vogel, Ressler et Meera trouvent un laboratoire et un plateau de seringues contenant l'antidote. Pendant l'interrogatoire tout ce que dit Vogel c'est «il arrive». Après avoir appris que Vogel a infecté cinq autres personnes, Liz emploie les grands moyens : elle l'infecte et est heureuse de lui faire du chantage car s'il veut l'antidote il doit donner le nom des cinq personnes. En attendant qu'il parle, Liz s'occupe, travaillant sur le livre de code de Tom. Quelques heures plus tard, elle fonce au Bureau de Poste convaincue que tous les noms de la liste noire de Red sont connectés...et ils ramènent tous à Berlin. Berlin est une personne et Red ne sait pas qui il est.

Vogel finit par donner les cinq noms : tous travaillent dans des aéroports et ont un lien avec un avion de transport de prisonniers. Liz dit à Cooper qu'elle a agi trop hâtivement en ce qui concerne Red et son arrestation, mais il lui répond que c'est trop tard. Comme le plan de Vogel tombe à l'eau, un pilote russe prend les commandes de l'avion de transport de prisonniers au-dessus de l'espace aérien américain et Liz retourne au parc Bryant pour y trouver Red : elle le supplie de remonter dans sa voiture. Elle avoue l'avoir piégé et en plus son immunité est levée. Mais plutôt que de fuir, Red s'assoie et désire savoir pourquoi elle a changé d'avis. L'air force a envoyé des jets avec l'ordre de tirer sur l'avion alors qu'à l'intérieur un mystérieux passager ordonne au pilote d'aller atterrir en catastrophe sur les berges. Liz dit à Red qu'elle sait pour Berlin et que maintenant elle a besoin de réponses que lui seul peut lui donner. Affirmant que la pire chose qui pourrait lui arriver serait de la perdre, Red sort son arme afin que Liz ne soit pas soupçonnée d'être de mèche avec lui. Ensuite il lui remet son arme, se met à genoux les mains sur la tête, tout comme il l'avait fait lorsqu'il s'était rendu au FBI pour la première fois. C'est alors que l'avion russe passe au dessus de leurs têtes pour aller s'écraser non loin de là.

 

Traduit et adapté du résumé du site officiel par mnoandco

AMANDA AND PAUL'S HOUSE

A man coughs and spits some blood

AMANDA : You sure you’re feeling okay? You were coughing all night.
PAUL : I’m fine. It’s probably nothing. What time is Stella’s talent show?
AMANDA : 7:00.
PAUL : Any idea when she goes on, or do I have to sit and watch that Doyle kid do backflips for 20 minutes?
AMANDA : Oh. Be nice.
PAUL : No, I don’t want you to get what I got.
AMANDA : I’ll see you tonight.

Paul is in an armored–truck, coughing and looking at a syringe

WESTLAND BANK

GUARD : Morning, Paul.

Sick, he goes to the toilet and phones

911 OPERATOR : What’s your emergency?
PAUL : I need a doctor. Westland Bank, 14th and Vermont.
OPERATOR : What’s happening? Are you injured?
PAUL : Do you record these calls?
OPERATOR : Yes. What’s your emergency?
PAUL : Amanda hey. It’s me. Look something happened. I’m sick. I want to let you know how much I love you.

In the hall of the bank

GUARD: Paul, are you all right? Paul. Paul, Paul. Look at me. Look at me. You all right? Someone call a doctor! Paul, Paul, look at me. Paul. Paul, look at me. Look at me. Relax. Relax, Paul.

Paul falls. Later a doctor examines him

MAN : What’s going on?
GUARD : Back up, sir.

MAN : Hey, I –

GUARD : Back up.
MAN : I said, “What’s going on?”
GUARD : Back up now.

DOCTOR : Look, folks, if I can have your attention, we have a situation that’s gonna require everyone stay put.
WOMAN : I’m not staying.
DOCTOR : Based on this man’s symptoms, we have a reason to believe whatever he has may be contagious.
SOMEONE : Wait, you’re saying that we’re we’re what?
SOMEONE ELSE : Infected with that? Let me out of here.
DOCTOR : For your own safety, you need to remain in the building.
GUARD : Back up now. Back up.
VOICES – Please!
– My son, my son.
– Please.
GUARD : Nobody’s leaving. Nobody can leave.
VOICES [ General commotion]: I said, “Let me out”!

GUARD : Nobody is leaving this building! We’re under quarantine.

VOICES : Let’s go. Let’s go!

Crowd pushing. The guard pulls his gun

KEEN'S HOUSE

LIZ : I should have let you rough him up.
RESSLER : Listen I can’t vouch for how Cooper or the Bureau may react to this, but this, Tom – You’re doing the right thing here, Liz.
LIZ : No matter how this all turns out, I’m gonna find Tom, or whatever the hell his name is, and I’m gonna take him apart piece by piece until he tells me everything.
RESSLER : And I’ll help you do just that. But right now, the only real way out of this thing is to go right through it. You ready?

INTERROGATION ROOM

Liz is questionning

LIZ : I first met the individual who calls himself “Tom Keen” on July 9, 2010, at a café in Georgetown.

Liz's house is searched

LIZ : I believe he was inserted into my life in an effort to locate Raymond Reddington. I believe he had advanced knowledge that Reddington would contact me. How or why, I don’t know.
I also believe that since making contact, Tom Keen’s dual purpose has been data collection – and counterintel.

We see Tom under Red's surveillance and he knows that

INTERROGATOR : Did you tell your husband you were working with Raymond Reddington?
LIZ : I did not. And if you would refrain from referring to him as my husband, I’d appreciate that

FEMALE QUESTIONER : And you have no idea as to his whereabouts at this time?
LIZ : No.

Tom goes away

LIZ : When Tom Keen realized I wasn’t going to share my work details with him he insisted on surrendering himself to me so that he could front-door infiltrate this facility for further data collection.
INTERROGATOR : You think that he wanted to be discovered by you in order that he could be detained here? Is that your belief?
LIZ : It is. He wanted inside this facility.

FBI agent's are in Liz's safe house and take all the documents

INTERROGATOR : What have you learned about any possible accomplices?
LIZ : I know three. Christopher Maly, who claimed to be his brother, Craig Keen. Jolene Parker, also known as Jolene Brooks. Both are dead. Maly committed suicide. And I believe Tom Keen murdered Jolene Parker. The third is Gina Zanetakos. I’m not sure how she’s connected, but she is available for questioning, since she is serving a sentence for conspiracy and murder at Danbury.
INTERROGATOR : No, Gina Zanetakos escaped two weeks ago when she was on a work furlough. Her whereabouts are unknown.

FEMALE INTERROGATOR : Why didn’t you inform the Bureau about Tom Keen after uncovering his initial deception?
LIZ : I wanted to investigate him.
INTERROGATOR : Why?
LIZ : So I could see how deep this rabbit hole would run.
INTERROGATOR : You didn’t want to help him escape?
LIZ : That’s really a stupid question.

A PARK

Tom threatens Reddington's man who watches him

TOM : Call Reddington. Tell him you lost the tail. Do it now.

RED 'S AIRPLANE

Dembe hangs up the phone. Red studies files.

DEMBE : They lost the husband. How bad is it?
RED : Worse than I thought.

A SAFE HOUSE, LOCATION UNKNOWN

TOM : You know, I knew a guy once he had a spider web all down his arm. He had one ring for every body that he claimed credit for. What’s your name?

The man does not answer, spits. Tom kicks him

TOM : What’s your name?
JESSE : Jesse.
TOM : Jesse. You a killer, Jesse? I sure hope you’re a killer, because I don’t think you have a future in surveillance.
JESSE : I–I can help you, man. Reddington he trusts me.
TOM : Reddington doesn’t even know your name. But I know for damn sure that he didn’t tell you – anything about his business.
JESSE : That’s not true. I know a lot.
TOM : He gave you a photo. He gave you some cash up front, and he told you to follow me. You don’t know who I am. But the man that you work for he’s very careful. He’s cautious. He’s controlled. He’s ruthless. I know all that ’cause I followed him for years. But here’s the thing. The guy that I work for he’s more cautious, he’s more controlled, and he’s far more ruthless.

JESSE : Maybe he’s the guy I should be working for.

TOM : You don’t choose Berlin. He chooses you. And he is coming. Man. That really is a nice tattoo.

COOPER'S OFFICE

Red is also in Cooper’s office

COOPER : What’s this?
LIZ : My letter of resignation.
RED : Hello, Agent Keen.
LIZ : As of today, I’m requesting an immediate transfer out of the task force.
COOPER : Look, Agent Keen, the revelations about your husband I trust you had nothing to do with it.
LIZ : I’ve made up my mind.
RED : I have an urgent case.
LIZ : He’ll have to tell it to someone else.
RED : That’s not going to work.
COOPER : I trust you had nothing to do with your husband. The Bureau, not so much. But they’re willing to give you the benefit of the doubt precisely because they know how valuable you are.
LIZ : I am only valuable because I’m willing to speak to Reddington, – and that is no longer the case.
COOPER : Agent Keen –
LIZ : He killed my father. Reddington went into my father’s hospital room when he was alive. And when Reddington came out, my father was dead.
COOPER : I’d like to have a word with Agent Keen privately, please.
RED : No.
COOPER : No?
RED : This case relates directly to your husband and why he was here. I have reason to believe an attack is imminent.
LIZ : Sir, Reddington should tell you what he knows, or you should detain him here indefinitely.
COOPER : There was a piece of evidence in your storage unit. Berlin. Is that what this is about? Something in Berlin?
RED : People are going to die, Harold.
LIZ : Those lives are on his hands.
COOPER : I don’t want to seem dismissive, and I promise I will consider your request and all of your grievances. But if what he says is true
LIZ : Sir, please accept my resignation.
RED : Agent Keen, are you really willing to put your anger at me above the lives of innocent people?
LIZ : I’ll do the case. But when it’s over, I’m finished. Understood? I’m done.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

RED : Earlier today, a man died at The Westland Bank in Manhattan. Reports indicate the cause of death may have been the Cullen virus.

RESSLER : HazMat teams have quarantined the bank. The deceased has been identified as a Paul Blankenship, an armored–truck driver.

MEERA : They’re working to identify how he was infected.

RED : Paul Blankenship didn’t pick up this bug while wandering through subtropical Africa. I believe he was infected as part of a larger plot involving myself and this task force.
MEERA : How does a man dying in a bank have anything to do with you?
RED : Threats on my life are a constant. I monitor them closely. Two days ago, I received word of a biological threat.
COOPER : Does this connect back to Berlin?
RED : I suspect this incident at the bank is not what it seems, but rather the first shot in a larger, coordinated assault aimed directly at me. I don’t think Paul Blankenship was a victim of an outbreak. I think he was a foot soldier in a biological army. I think he was meant to carry out orders by a superior, someone who’s willing to use one of the world’s most deadly viruses to further their cause.
COOPER : An outbreak of Cullen could lead to a global pandemic.
RED : The very threat of an outbreak would cause panic, fear. And fear is a valuable tool to get people to do what you want.
LIZ : Sounds like an elaborate plan just to get to you.
RED : Listen, I can’t connect all the dots between the incident at the bank and the eventual outcome, but I sincerely doubt his death was part of the plan, a plan devised by someone who doesn’t care how many people die, as long as I’m one of them.

WESTLAND BANK, MANHATTAN

DR BUCKNER : Dr. Nina Buckner, CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service.
LIZ : Good to see you again. Thanks for taking the time. We don’t want to interfere with your investigation.
BUCKNER : No, actually, you do, especially after what I’m about to show you. We did a full work–up on the victim. He was infected with what we call Cullen, a virus strain so lethal that two dozens of the world’s leading virologists declared a moratorium on all research.
LIZ : It’s too deadly to study?
BUCKNER : All known cultures are on lockdown. The risk is too great. The influenza pandemic in 1918 killed 50 million people. If this strain went airborne, it would wipe out that number in the first month.
LIZ : If it went airborne. So you’re saying you think it didn’t?
BUCKNER : Correct. We’ve checked everyone in the bank. Incredibly, nobody else is infected. It looks like this virus was intentionally mutated to contain itself in the original host. It doesn’t spread.
RESSLER : So you’re saying that somebody designed this virus, built it to target the infected victim.
BUCKNER : Yes. He was poisoned. I think we may have found the murder weapon. This was in Blankenship’s jacket.
LIZ : That’s the virus? –
BUCKNER : Well, we don’t know yet. We’re taking it back for analysis now.
RESSLER : Why would somebody send it to him? Did he inject himself?
BUCKNER : Well, that’s your department. But I’ll say this. There are not a lot of scientists proficient enough to mutate a virus like this. Anyone working with Cullen is doing so in isolation, illegally, and for no good purpose.

RED'S AIRPLANE

RED : You realize if you leave, the task force ends. Everyone’s lives go back to normal, except yours.
LIZ : This doctor friend of yours tell me about him.
RED : He was the lead research scientist on infectious diseases at USAMRIID and the foremost expert on the Cullen virus.
LIZ : “Was.” Now he’s a criminal.
RED : No, the work he’s done has been criminalized, which is why he left USAMRIID. But if anybody knows anything about black–market viruses, it’s Dr.Bruce Sanders. This is a copy of Tom’s code book. It was used to pass information between Tom and his superiors. I had my associate Borakove decode it. There’s surprisingly little about myself and my organization, but it contains speculation about our cases and a great deal about you. I suggest you use some discretion as to how you disclose any of it. It’s an olive branch, Lizzy.

Liz takes Tom's code book and stands up

LIZ : Dembe, do you mind trading seats with me?

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

RESSLER : I just heard back from the CDC. Syringe found on our victim? Well, it didn’t contain the virus. It contained the cure. You’re looking at the antidote to the world’s deadliest virus.
COOPER : Antidote? I thought the CDC said there was no known cure.
RESSLER : There wasn’t until this.
MEERA : I–I don’t understand. If Blankenship had the cure, then why is he dead?
RESSLER : Forensics pulled text messages from Blankenship’s cell.
MEERA : “Your next treatment is on its way. Do your job on the 30th and treatments will continue.”

ARAM : “Do your job.” What job?
RESSLER : The 30th is tomorrow.
COOPER : This isn’t an outbreak. It’s extortion. Blankenship was infected with a deadly virus – and blackmailed for the antidote.
RESSLER : Which he refused. This guy chose to die instead of following orders.
MEERA : Why? Blackmailed for what? To kill Reddington? It still seems like a bit of a reach.
COOPER : Reddington was right about one thing. Whatever this organization Berlin, is planning, Blankenship was vital to it. And with him gone, Berlin’s gonna need a replacement.

KLEIN'S HOUSE

He is sick, he coughs

Recording:
« Mr. Klein, you are dying. I have infected you with the Cullen virus. It is the single deadliest pathogen in existence. Within a matter of hours, your temperature will spike, rashes will spread. You will experience blackouts, bleeding. And within 24 hours, you will be dead. Medical science has no known cure. But I do. In the syringe before you, you will find your first treatment, which will sustain you for the next 24 hours. Contact the police or notify anyone, including your family, and there will not be another. If you’re still alive in 24 hours, you will receive your second treatment, along with instructions on how to proceed. »
MENTAL FACILITY «THORNWOOD HOSPITAL», BANGOR, MAINE

MONIQUE : Dr. Sanders is incredibly well–respected by everyone on staff. I’ve never seen anyone quite as dedicated to his work.
RED : Please, Monique, tell me he’s not testing his pincushion voodoo on the patients. He’s still doing research?
MONIQUE : Oh, yes. And, mind you, it’s all over my head. But virology is Dr. Sanders’ lifework.
I’ll check on you in a bit.
RED :One of the brightest men I’ve ever met.

He greets Sanders

RED : Dr. Sanders. I don’t know if you remember me, but –
SANDERS : Liechtenstein. Right. December 2010. No, no. January 2011. Reming – No, no, no. Reddington.
RED : Raymond.
SANDERS : Yes! Raymond! Sit down, Raymond. Sit, please.
RED : I met Dr. Sanders here through a mutual friend to discuss a very delicate and underfunded research project. As I recall, the science was awesome but financially precarious. We did, however, spend a glorious weekend in God’s country with two snow bunnies who were dead ringers for the Swiss miss girl.
SANDERS : And we watched Space Ranger.
RED : Yes. Space Ranger. What a memory. I heard you went through a bit of a rough patch. But it looks like you’ve landed on your feet.
SANDERS : I’ve never been better.
RED : And you’ve relocated.
SANDERS : The, um staff is not exactly what you would call “top drawer.” I have fired Monique twice, and she still shows up for work every day like clockwork. I don’t have the heart to pull her security badge.
RED : Dr. Sanders is at the forefront of virology. He’s been working tirelessly to find cures for some of the world’s most deadly illnesses. A few years back, he injected himself with meningitis and along with what he thought was a synthesized cure.
SANDERS : Oops! But I’m no, I’m- I’m- I’m fine, really. Full recovery.
RED : Doctor, we’ve come to you on pressing business. What can you tell us about the Cullen virus?
SANDERS : Oh, spooky. Spooky stuff. Bad news.
LIZ : You’ve researched it? Well, it was recently used as a weapon to target a man named Paul Blankenship.
SANDERS : He must be the first. There will be more.
LIZ : How do you know that?
SANDERS : Cullen is the instrument of the Apocalypse. The five horsemen are coming, and they will bring death and destruction unlike –
LIZ : There are four horsemen.
SANDERS : There are five! This I know.
RED : How do you know?
SANDERS : The Space Agent.

LIZ : The Space Agent?

SANDERS : UD-4126.
RED : Is he still active?
SANDERS : Active and operational.
RED : UD-4126 was never – That wormy little bastard could barely land the simulator, let alone carry out an Alpha–level mission.
SANDERS : Chesterfield cleared him. Two days later, he came to me for research. He wanted me to look at some some field tests, systematic observations.
RED : Anything you can share?
SANDERS : Well, I’ve got research on Cullen, if that’s what you mean, and activated carbon samples, absorption tests.
RED : Whatever you’ve got. I’d love our people at the lab – to give this a once–over.
SANDERS : Yeah.

RED : UD-4126 is way out of line this time, way out of line.
SANDERS : Well, I’ll say.

Liz, irritated, goes away

IN A CORRIDOR OF THE MENTAL FACILITY

LIZ : “Space Agent UD-4126.” How stupid do you think I am?
RED : Not the slightest.
LIZ : He’s a patient in a mental facility. This little field trip had nothing to do with trying to solve the case and everything to do with you getting me alone in that plane so you could try to change my mind.
RED : Lizzy, someone is using a unique and deadly pathogen.
LIZ : Yeah, you keep saying that. Who? Who is this mysterious someone?
RED : I don’t know.
LIZ : Have you ever had a selfless moment in your entire life? One where you weren’t trying to think of some angle you could play or advantage you could gain? My God, it’s amazing. If you expect me to forgive you –
RED : What are you doing?
LIZ : Catching a cab to the airport. I’m flying back on my own.

COOPER'S OFFICE

WALTER GARY MARTIN : You understand if Agent Keen walks, the deal is off. Reddington will no longer have immunity.
COOPER : I understand.
MARTIN : We’ll imprison him, suspend Habeas Corpus indefinitely, and Reddington will likely never see sunlight again. As for Agent Keen, I can tell you right now I’ve gone on record with the Director stating that I believe we’ve been overly indulgent with her. We still haven’t fully surmised the true nature of her relationship with Reddington, and now her husband is a fugitive?
COOPER : If you’re trying to impugn her integrity, I can assure you Agent Keen has been nothing but an earnest and dedicated agent.
MARTIN : And I can assure you that given the way this task force is ending, your future at the Bureau is also in question. But about Reddington – talk to me about how we’re gonna bring him in.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : What do you got? What?

MEERA : Is it true? Are you leaving?
LIZ : Look, I’m sorry.
RESSLER : Liz, don’t be sorry. We support whatever decision you make. Reddington sent over the research notes from the doctor you met with.
LIZ : The “doctor” we met with. Sanders is a patient in a mental institution.
RESSLER : Yeah, well, according to Dr. Buckner, he’s created an antidote to Cullen.
LIZ : Sanders is researching a lethal virus from inside a psych ward?
RESSLER : That’s not all – in order to test these theories, he’d have to synthesize the molecules, find out how they interact in vivo.

MEERA : For that, he’d need a lab.
LIZ : You really believe he’s working with someone on the outside who’s testing his theories, manufacturing an antidote?
RESSLER : If Sanders has a partner, he may be the one who infected Blankenship. You’ve got to go back to him, find out who Sanders is working with.

A BENCH IN A PARK

LIZ : Bruce Sanders won’t talk to me.
RED : Of course he won’t.
LIZ : I need your help.
RED : I thought you and I weren’t on speaking terms.
LIZ : We’re not.
RED : How reminiscent of elementary school.
LIZ : What’s this?
RED : A gift from your husband. It’s a tattoo from the neck of an associate of mine a message of sorts. It’s a reminder of the kind of people we’re dealing with.About our trip to see Dr. Sanders, will you be traveling with me, or are you flying coach again?

MENTAL FACILITY

LIZ : Let’s talk about Space Agent UD-4126.
SANDERS : No can do.
LIZ : Did he visit you here?
SANDERS : Don’t remember.
LIZ : Did he come to you for help?
SANDERS : You said she was trustworthy. What are all these questions?
RED : She’s been cleared Alpha level.
LIZ : You want me to get Chesterfield on the line?I need answers.
SANDERS : Well, I – Yes, he came to me for help. He, uh, asked me to look at some fieldwork.
LIZ : Who came to you for help?
SANDERS : UD-4126
LIZ : You have to give me the scientist’s name. Who’s doing the experiments?
SANDERS : I told you his name UD-4126.
LIZ : His name.
RED : He doesn’t know his name.
SANDERS : 4126. That’s all I know.
RED : Bruce, lives are at stake. UD-4126 I need some way of knowing who that is.
SANDERS : No! The horsemen! I told you what I know! It was a top–secret mission, this! That’s all I know! UD-4126! Monique, Monique Monique Monique

Liz looks at Monique's badge and goes away quickly

RED : What is it? What did you see?

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

ARAM : I ran every badge from every agency that responded to the incident at Westland Bank Homeland, FBI, FEMA and DCPD.
RESSLER : Why limit the search to the bank?
LIZ : Because that’s where I saw it a badge with the UD classification.
ARAM : Searching the preface “UD” turned up nothing. So I widened to HHS, ADSTR, and I got a hit. The only department that uses the preface UD is the Center for Disease Control. “Space Agent 4126” is Dr.Nikolaus Vogel. He lives in Arlington.

NIKOLAUS VOGEL 'S HOUSE, ARLINGTON

FBI AGENT'S VOICES :
– FBI! Clear.
– Go! Go! Basement.
– Upstairs.

Meera founds the lab and Ressler arrests Vogel

RESSLER : We need to have a few words, Dr. Vogel.

INTERROGATION CELL

RESSLER : Who are you blackmailing and why? I asked you a question.
MEERA : Whatever the incident is, we know it’s scheduled to happen today.
RESSLER : Tell us what we need to know. Help up stop this. We can help you.
VOGEL : There’s nothing to say. There’s nothing you can do. He’s coming.
MEERA : Who’s coming?

COOPER'S OFFICE

COOPER : You know what happens if you go through with your resignation. They’ll take him. Reddington disappears. This task force, this group never existed. He’ll never go to trial. He won’t be in jail. He’ll be shoved in a box and interrogated the rest of his life. And knowing Reddington, that won’t be long.
LIZ : This isn’t about my husband or even what Reddington did to my father. This is all of it. It’s too much. I’m not strong enough.
COOPER : You are. You’ve proven that.

LIZ : Where do you want it to happen?
COOPER : Anywhere he won’t suspect.

LIZ : Dembe, it’s me. Is he there? I need to see Reddington.

INTERROGATION CELL

LIZ : Tell me about the people you blackmailed. Who are they? You don’t seem like someone with enemies.
VOGEL : Oh, no, they’re not. They’re not my enemies at all. They’re just different people from all walks of life.
LIZ : I’m gonna need names.
VOGEL : You can’t have them. And it won’t make any difference, anyway. How are you gonna help them? I’m the only one that has what they want what they need.

We see sick men

VOGEL : So, they’re gonna carry out my instructions or die trying, no matter what you do. That’s how blackmail works, sweetheart.
LIZ : I’ve got to hand it to you. It’s a pretty sharp play. Infecting people with a fatal virus that only you have the antidote for and then telling them they can’t have that antidote unless they do exactly as you ask. Such a smart plan that I borrowed it. Now, I’m no doctor, so I don’t know how fast this virus of yours takes to set in, but I know it will kill you, soon. So you’re gonna do what I say and give me those five names, ’cause that’s how blackmail works, sweetheart. Let me know when you’re ready to talk.

LIZ'S OFFICE

Liz studies Red's files. Various phone calls

LIZ : What do you know about recent criminal activity in Berlin? … “Aussiedler”? How do you spell that? … Make a sign that reads “There’s nothing here to see” … What about the Tambov gang? … Z–E–M–U–N. Travel by with those. A whole bunch that they can see …

KEEN'S HOUSE

Liz studies Tom's code book.

LIZ : Oh, my God.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : It’s all connected.
RESSLER : What is?
LIZ : All of it, everything the blacklist. We’ve been looking at it all wrong. We see these cases Reddington gives us as individual, as if they’re disconnected, but what if they’re not random? What is there’s a larger pattern to all of it?: Reddington got a number from Wujing, a code that he entered into ViCAP after helping us stop General Ludd in order to identify Lucy Brooks, also known as Jolene Parker, who he then tracked down using The Alchemist‘s client list. They’re connected. Maybe not all, but some. Gina Zanetakos, the courier. I believe they all trace back to one entity.
COOPER : In Berlin.
RESSLER : So Reddington’s using us to clear the table, wipe out the competition.
LIZ : That’s what I thought. That’s what we’re trained to think. But that’s not how he thinks. Look at this like he would, like a criminal.

COOPER : Reddington said he’s bracing for war. And in a war, you need allies.

LIZ : Put yourself in his position. It’s not just the FBI who’s after him. What if there’s someone else, someone he can’t stop alone? What better way for a criminal to turn the tables on someone than to get the FBI on his side? Our resources and our protection not to expand his empire, but simply to survive.
ARAM : Why wouldn’t he just tell us who’s after him?
RESSLER : Because he doesn’t know.
LIZ : Sanders said there’s an impending apocalypse, and Vogel’s words to us? “He’s coming”?
Who’s coming? Berlin. It’s not a place. It’s a person. And that person is coming for Red today.

A mysterious man is coming in a corridor with guards

MEERA : Dr. Vogel talked. Meet our blackmail victims: an electrician, a maintenance person, a retired air–traffic controller, and an armored–truck driver.
COOPER : And they’re connected how?
MEERA : Airports. Edger Pivens is a retired air–traffic controller. The others have contracts with various airports in the area waste management, security, and power upgrades. The driver of the armored vehicle? His company picks up payroll from regional airports.
RESSLER : Paul Blankenship’s replacement.
MEERA : This last guy, Dimitri Federov former pilot for Aeroflot, the Russian airline.
COOPER : That’s five victims.
RESSLER : Five horsemen.
ARAM : That’s a great band name.
COOPER : And Vogel told you this was what? An attack?
MEERA : He’s not sure. All he knows is that it involves some kind of prison transport.
RESSLER : This isn’t an outbreak.
LIZ : It’s a jailbreak.
COOPER : Notify the FAA and alert Tactical. Put in a kite-runner to CENTCOM. Find that plane now.

LIZ : Sir, the new information about the cases, how they’re connected at the end of all this, Reddington is the target. Someone’s after him. I really think my resignation –
COOPER : It’s too late, Agent Keen. The Director’s made his decision. It’s over.

Liz dashes off

COOPER : Agent Keen!
ARAM : Sir, I think I have something. Look at this from Vogel’s computer. Your target is Langston Municipal Airport.

Recording:
«It’s very simple. If you want to survive, you will complete your task. Another dose of the antidote will arrive after this task is completed. You will take your break at exactly 2:55 PM. All we need are your credentials. Open the door to the server room. An associate will take it from there.»
IN A PARK

RED : Lizzy.
LIZ : I need you to come with me.
RED : Where?
LIZ : You need to get in the car.
RED : Why?
LIZ : You need to get in the car now.
RED : Lizzy, what have you done?

LANGSTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

Recording:
«Once inside, you will disable the security grid. The system uses a quantum X storage processor multipath IP distribution. Circumvent the firewall at exactly 3:00 PM.»

Tactical group jumps out of armored vehicle and take control of the air trafic control tower of the airport


TACTICAL GROUP'S VOICES :

– Let’s go. Let’s go.
– Move, move, move! Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s go!

ARMY TRANSPORT PLANE

Inside army-drab transport plane, one pilot shoots guards and the other pilot. He takes control of the plane

PILOT : Control, squawk 4–4-6

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER : 4-4-5-6 to land on Runway C. Proceed to a flight ceiling of 1–8–0–0.

Plane about to land.

LANGSTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

FBI arrives

TACTICAL GROUP'S VOICES

– Abort, abort, abort, abort, abort!
– Go! Go! Go! Runway has been compromised.
– Abort, abort.
– Do not land.

Plane pulls up and away

IN THE PARK

LIZ : They voided your agreement. The deal it’s off. You don’t have immunity.
RED : And you set this meeting so they could take me.
LIZ : We need to leave.
RED : Lizzy, you’re obviously here now because you sense this meeting was a mistake. Is that true?
LIZ : We don’t have time for this.
RED : This mistake I’d like to hear more about it.
DEMBE : Raymond, we have to go.
RED : Not until I hear from Agent Keen. You should wait in the vehicle, Dembe.

Dembe leaves the park

RED : I’m sorry, Lizzy. Please go on. You were going to tell me about your change of heart.

USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72)

Fighter jets taking off

USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN : Tiger Cat 51, you’re clear for takeoff. Contact Departure Control when airborne.
JET'S PILOT : Roger.
USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN : Tiger Cat 51 clear for takeoff. Your flight plan has been altered under FAA emergency incursion status.

ARMY TRANSPORT PLANE

In transport cockpit

PILOT : NORAD scrambled a pair of fighter jets. They’re telling us to set down at JFK.

The pilot speaks with a prisonner wich gives orders

PRISONER : No! No! They have shoot–to–kill orders. How long do we have?

PILOT : 5-7 minutes max.
PRISONER : Okay, put it down!
PILOT : Down?!
PRISONER : Put it down! Someplace soft.
PILOT : How do you feel about the East River?

IN THE PARK


LIZ : Are you crazy? There’s no time. We have to go.
RED : What changed, Lizzy?
LIZ :What are you – Do you want to spend the rest of your life in solitary confinement? The full force of the FBI is coming for you.
RED : None of that matters.
LIZ : You want me to tell you you were right, don’t you? That’s what this is about.
RED : This is about Sam.
LIZ : I’m not gonna give you that.
RED : What did you learn about Sam?
LIZ : I’m not going to forgive you for killing my father.
RED : So, this is where it ends.
LIZ : I know about the cases, how they’re connected, somehow.

A CAR PARKS AT THE LANGSTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

MEERA : Ressler, you need to see this.

Bottle of champagne with “Welcome to America” sign in limousine

RESSLER : Who the hell is this guy?

ARMY TRANSPORT PLANE

In cockpit

PRISONER : Give me the key.

IN THE PARK

LIZ : I know about Berlin – that he’s a person, that he’s coming for you. Red, the FBI is coming for you.
RED : They’re already here, Lizzy. What are they gonna do to me that hasn’t been done before? Kill me? None of it is worse than losing you. Please excuse the gun. I’d hate for them to think we’re in cahoots.
LIZ : You don’t always get to have your way. You don’t get out of this.
MARTIN : Drop the weapon now! There’s no way you’re out of here! You’re surrounded!
RED : You should go.
LIZ : If this is another one of your games to try to trick me into forgiving you for Sam …
MARTIN : Put the weapon down!
LIZ : … for what you’ve done. You have ruined my life. And I swear to God, right now, I want to kill you. But there are answers I need, and I can’t get them without you.
RED : And I can’t get them without you.

LIZ : So I guess we’re stuck with each other.
RED : I was once on the island of Ko Ri, free-diving in the Andaman Sea. I felt terribly ill stung by a lionfish. I was dehydrated, in excruciating pain. I had lost all sense of time and place. I was completely disoriented. But I knew I was dying, so I readied myself for it. And in that moment, at death’s door, I looked up, and standing over me in the brightness was this landless Moken sea gypsy just standing there, smiling. She and her tribe nursed me back to health, good as new. And when I left the island she kissed me. It was like a burst of sunlight on my cheek. It was – It made nearly dying well worth it. That’s how I feel now.

FIGHTER JETS

USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN : Tiger Cat 51, you’re clear to engage.
PILOT : Roger. Engaging the target.

Transport plane is hit at low altitude

Red gives Liz his weapon and turns himself to the FBI

The burning plane roars over heads of Liz and Red 

RED : Now it begins.

 

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

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