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#204 : Dr. Linus Creel

Ecrit par: Mike Ostrowski
Réalisé par: Michael Watkins

Red pense qu'une expérience sociopsychologique peut être en cause quand plusieurs citoyens jusque-là non violents deviennent des tueurs. Par ailleurs, il a une proposition compliquée pour Naomi et son mari.

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Dr. Linus Creel

Titre VF
Dr. Linus Creel

Première diffusion
13.10.2014

Première diffusion en France
02.09.2015

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Raymond Reddington (James Spader) regarde son ex-femme (Marie-Louise Parker) partir

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) regarde son ex-femme (Marie-Louise Parker) partir

Mr Vargas (Paul Reubens ) chez la maîtresse de Frank Hyland, Monica (Alana O'Brien )

Mr Vargas (Paul Reubens ) chez la maîtresse de Frank Hyland, Monica (Alana O'Brien )

Red (James Spader) dit adieu à Carla/Naomi (Marie-Louise Parker)

Red (James Spader) dit adieu à Carla/Naomi (Marie-Louise Parker)

Naomi (Marie-Louise Parker) et son mari Frank Hyland (Lee Tergesen )

Naomi (Marie-Louise Parker) et son mari Frank Hyland (Lee Tergesen )

Mr Vargas (Paul Reubens ) obserev son patron Raymond Reddington (James Spader) menacer Frank Hyland (Lee Tergesen )

Mr Vargas (Paul Reubens ) obserev son patron Raymond Reddington (James Spader) menacer Frank Hyland (Lee Tergesen )

La Task-Force au complet

La Task-Force au complet

Mr Vargas (Paul Reubens)

Mr Vargas (Paul Reubens)

Naomi Hyland/Carla Reddington (Marie-Louise Parker) a-t-elle répondu aux questions de Liz (Megan Boone)?

Naomi Hyland/Carla Reddington (Marie-Louise Parker) a-t-elle répondu aux questions de Liz (Megan Boone)?

Discussion en tête à tête entre Naomi (Marie-Louise Parker) et Frank (Lee Tergesen )

Discussion en tête à tête entre Naomi (Marie-Louise Parker) et Frank (Lee Tergesen )

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) et Raymond Reddington (James Spader)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) et Raymond Reddington (James Spader)

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff)

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 02.09.2015 à 21:00
4.58m / 19.2% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Lundi 13.10.2014 à 22:00
9.76m / 2.8% (18-49)

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Personnage Blaklisté: N°82: Dr. Linus Creel

Guests:

Hal Ozsan ... Ezra

Paul Reubens ... Mr. Vargas

Mary-Louise Parker...Naomi Hyland/Carla Reddington

 Lee Tergesen ... Frank Hyland

Meredith Holzman ... Maddie Thornhill

Alana O'Brien ... Monica

Darren Lipari ... Charlie

 

 

Maddie Thornhill est debout dans une rue de la ville dans un état second, ignorant que le Dr Linus Creel la regarde en rassemblant des données. Après s'être vu refuser un prêt, Maddie sort un revolver de son sac et commence à tirer dans la banque.

Naomi s’oppose à Red, refusant d’entrer dans la clandestinité pour commencer une nouvelle vie pour la seconde fois. Son mari Frank a deux filles et il ne peut pas s’éloigner d’elles ! Et maintenant, Naomi est forcée de dire Frank, l'homme qui ne lui a jamais menti, la vérité au sujet de son histoire avec Red. Ayant besoin de débriefer Naomi en ce qui concerne Berlin, Liz demande son emplacement mais Red veut parler d’environ sept actes de violence qui ont eu lieu au cours des quatre derniers mois. Il pense qu'il y a une expérience de psychologie sociale en cours, menée par le gouvernement américain. Liz demande à Aram de trouver les enregistrements téléphoniques de Frank et Naomi, puis se rend dans un hôpital psychiatrique pour interroger Maddie dont la vie s’est effondrée inexplicablement après une série d'accusations anonymes. Après un test ADN, Liz découvre que tous les auteurs des actes de violence récents possèdent la MAO-A 2R ou Gène Guerrier, ce qui les rend enclins à des comportements antisociaux agressifs. Quelqu'un exploite l'incapacité des auteurs à gérer le stress et Liz croit qu'ils ont tous été déclenchés exprès. Dégoûté, Cooper ordonne à Liz d’enquêter sur le sous-projet 7 et l'envoie interroger le sénateur Donovan Sheridan qui prétend que le contrôle de l'esprit est une absurdité. Néanmoins, son bureau lui enverra tous les documents pertinents.

Après avoir beaucoup discuté, Naomi et Franck décident de ne pas disparaître malgré l’avertissement de Red. C’est alors que Liz appelle Red, lui demandant de trouver un cryptanalyste nommé le polyglotte, en espérant qu’il pourra traduire les fichiers expurgés de Sheridan. Ayant été exploité par Red dans le passé, Haskell Twain n’est pas intéressé jusqu’à ce que Red lui offre un sac rempli d’argent. Il amène Liz et Red dans son sous-sol V2K blindé et en sort une version non expurgée du fichier sous-projet 7. C’est exactement ce à quoi Liz s’attend : les cerveaux des tueurs en série sont contrôlés par le gouvernement qui a créé un processus en trois phases pour activer les sujets avec le Gène Guerrier. Linus Creel était un assistant de laboratoire pour l'étude originale. Dans l’espoir d’avoir accès aux dossiers de Creel, Liz décide de se faire passer pour une candidate à une étude de Creel en cours. La première étape est de remplir un questionnaire de personnalité modifié pour identifier le Gène Guerrier puis de créer de faux antécédents médicaux. En jouant le rôle d’Angela, une femme abandonnée, Liz a une session avec Creel pendant qu’Aram et Samar l’écoutent dans un van à proximité. Samar parie 100$ que Liz dit la vérité quant au de  désir de vouloir enchainer son mari et Aram pense le contraire. Creel dit à Liz que le penchant à la violence de certaines personnes et le comportement des parents est une fenêtre sur soi-même. Quand il quitte le bureau pour accélérer les analyses de sang, Aram guide Liz pour obtenir le code pour qu’il puisse pirater l’ordinateur portable de Creel afin de trouver le prochain patient sur le point de rupture : Duncan Prince.

Red envoie M. Vargas chez une femme appelée Monica. Après avoir grondé Monica pour les mauvais soins qu'elle prodigue à son chien, un Golden Retriever, Vargas rencontre Red près de la cabane dans les bois où il a planqué Frank et Naomi. Le chien se dirige tout droit sur Frank et Red lui raconte comment la vie va être. À partir de maintenant, il n'y a que Naomi, elle est la seule raison pour que Frank soit encore en vie et Frank va accepter la protection de Red. Naomi se méfie du changement d’avis de Frank, soupçonnant Red mais Frank insiste sur le fait de la garder en sécurité.

Les FBI se précipitent à l'appartement de Prince mais il est vide. Après avoir vérifié son ordinateur portable, Ressler appelle Liz. Il semble que Prince vient d'être quitté par sa petite amie Ambre Deveraux mais une enquête plus approfondie prouve qu'elle n'existe pas. Liz réalise que c’est un déclencheur conçu par Creel. Prince est en route pour l'endroit où il pense qu’Ambre est prête à commettre un acte de violence. Pendant ce temps, Creel a repris une audience sur la violence lors d'un rassemblement public en présence du Sénateur Sheridan. Il s’en prend à Sheridan pour avoir ignoré son travail pendant que Prince commence à tirer, dehors. Au moment où le FBI arrive, Creel commande à Prince de leur tirer dessus. Liz tente d'expliquer à Creel que manipuler Prince en le forçant à tuer est un travail  diabolique. Prince tire sur Creel et Liz se précipite pour s’occuper de lui. Mais Creel a son propre fusil qu'il utilise pour prendre Liz en otage. Ressler est prêt à tirer sur Creel quand il reçoit une autre balle, provenant d'un toit à travers la rue. Le FBI ne peut pas voir que le tireur est le voisin de Liz.

Cette nuit-là, Samar donne à Liz le dossier que Creel avait sur elle. Reddington aurait-il pu savoir ce que Liz découvrirait dans  cette affaire ? C’est pourquoi,  il les a envoyé d'abord vers Creel en premier lieu ? Samar donne à Aram les 100$ car il avait raison,  bien sûrque Liz ne disait pas la vérité à Creel. Avant de partir, Aram remet à Liz une adresse et il ne  faut  pas longtemps avant qu'elle frappe à la porte de Naomi. Liz est convaincue que Naomi peut lui dire comment elle est connectée à la fille de Red, Jennifer. Naomi assure à Liz que Red n’est pas qui elle pense qu'il est et qu’il  veut quelque chose d'elle. C’est alors que Red apparaît pour finaliser son contrat avec Frank et Naomi. Avant de partir, Naomi dit à Red qu'elle n'a aucune idée d’où est leur fille Jennifer. Après les avoir regardés partir, Liz demande à Red l’identité de son ange gardien, le sniper. Red avoue qu'il la fait suivre depuis le jour où Malik a été tuée. Liz veut que l’homme parte, ce qui ne fait qu’accroître les soupçons, il pense qu’elle cache quelque chose. Et en effet, Liz semble avoir quelque chose ou quelqu'un derrière une porte verrouillée dans un endroit inconnu.

Traduit et adapté du résumé du site officiel.

Outside : Sirens wailing.Siren blares. Engine revs. Horn honks. Gulps. Baby crying. Jackhammer rumbling. A woman is in a street, she seems lost

A BANK IN RESTON

Heartbeat pounding, deep breathing. The woman is here

BANK OFFICER: Proceedings close Tuesday.
WOMAN : That’s in six days.
BANK OFFICER : We submitted a delinquency letter three weeks ago. Reports had been failed.
WOMAN : I know I’m behind, but I-I’m owed unemployment, and my sister said that she can help make the difference up.
BANK OFFICER : Yeah, I wish there was something more I could do.
WOMAN : You can’t kick us out! I have a second job interview tomorrow –
BANK OFFICER : It’s out of my hands.

Woman leaves, but returns. She has gun, shoots loan officer. People screaming

CREEL'S CAR

Outside, in a car Creels observes He tears his hair. Speaks into recorder

DR LINUS CREEL: Shots fired, colon, multiple, period. Final phase successful, period. Activation of ar105 complete, period. End of entry.

RED'S SAFE HOUSE, A CABIN

where Naomi is hidden

NAOMI : The answer is no. I gave up one life. Do you think I’m gonna start over, do it all again?! You’re crazier than I imagined!
RED : You can’t go back to Philadelphia. It’s too dangerous.
NAOMI : What do you think I’m gonna do? Stay here in in this? I can’t believe you brought me here. I’ll tell you where I’m gonna go home, with my husband. Frank has two daughters. You think he’s just gonna walk out on them?
RED : I need to know where Jennifer is.
NAOMI : I kept my end of the bargain, didn’t say anything about you or Elizabeth. How much does she know?
RED : Very little. A- are the ... are the two of you, what, working together? I don’t even want to know how you pulled that off. Listen to me about Jennifer, I can protect her.
NAOMI : I’m never going to tell you where my daughter is. Because of you, I’m forced to finally tell Frank, a man who’s never kept a secret from me not only that I was married before, but that I was married to — He sits me down, tells me he’s sorry for me. Try and wrap your warped mind around that. The man’s entire life is upended. All he can think about is me.
RED : The arrangements have been made passports, identities, a new life. Talk it over with Frank. If you love him, you’ll let me help.

Frank arrives with Dembe. Door opens, Naomi goes to see him

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

On phone

LIZ : Where’s Naomi Hyland?
RED : In safe hands.
LIZ : What does that mean – you’ve already set her up with a cozy new life in Saint Kitts or Solvang?
RED : Solvang? I never send anyone I care about to Solvang.
LIZ : She spent nine days with Berlin. We have to debrief her. She could know something his real name, his location.
RED : Did you read about that housewife in Reston? She shot a bank manager.
LIZ : You’re not hiding her from the FBI. You’re hiding her from me.
RED : Violent crime in D.C. is at a 20-year low, and yet in the last four months, there have been seven random acts of violence by individuals with no prior criminal record. Lizzy, what do you know about social psychology?

LIZ : It’s the study of how our behavior is influenced by the world around us.

RED : Not influenced manipulated. In what little time I devote to the judgment your government has made about my character and how I treat my fellow man, I can’t help but think about how many of their own citizens they’ve treated like lab rats in the name of science. I believe this murder in Reston is part of an underground social-psychology experiment. Conducted by our government. RED : Strap on your tinfoil hat, Lizzy.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : According to Reddington, three recent incidents prove the U.S.government is still conducting mind-control experiments.

ARAM : Terry Cho, a middle-school teacher who killed seven of his coworkers during his lunch break. Construction worker Henry Lee Bryce used a hammer and a box cutter. Killed by police.

LIZ : The third, Maddie Thornhill, single mom who opened fire at a bank in Reston. Reddington has alleged that these crimes weren’t random, but orchestrated by spooks the government continues to finance through their black-ops budget.
RESSLER : Look, to be honest, I think this is a big distraction to keep us busy while Reddington spirits away his ex.
COOPER : Interview the shooters and their families. Then we’ll worry about the wife.

In the corridor, Liz speaks discreetly with Aram

LIZ : Hey. What would you say if I told you to pull Frank and Naomi Hyland’s phone records for the past five years?
ARAM : I’d, uh, ask if you had a warrant.
LIZ : Would you ask me to show it to you?
ARAM : Why would I do that? I trust you implicitly, Agent Keen.

A HOSPITAL

RESSLER : Special Agents Ressler and Keen, FBI, here to interview Madeline Thornhill.
NURSE : I’m sorry she’s on a 48-hour hold. Suicide watch, no visitors.
LIZ : She’s talking to someone right now.
NURSE : Her psychiatrist. I’ll pass along your contact info, if you’d like.

PSYCHIATRIST'S OFFICE

To her psychiatrist

MADDIE : I really don’t know when things just started to fall apart. First, it was my job.

MADDIE'S JOB

To Liz and Ressler

HER FORMER BOSS : Maddie was getting a ton of bad reviews on Yelp by name. People said she was unhelpful, even rude.

PSYCHIATRIST'S OFFICE

MADDIE : I don’t know why they give so much weight to those stupid things. No one seemed dissatisfied in the office, but the things they were saying about me.

MADDIE'S JOB

FORMER BOSS : I tried to work with her on it, but she kept making excuses crazy stuff, paranoid.
LIZ : Like what?
FORMER BOSS : Like somebody was out to get her, posting fake reviews. She was argumentative. Finally, I just had to let her go.

PSYCHIATRIST'S OFFICE

To psychiatrist

MADDIE : Then things fell apart with Charlie.

CHARLIE'S HOUSE

CHARLIE (Maddie’s former boyfriend): I really had no choice. I’m in the middle of a custody battle, and the court’s got me under a microscope. It came down to her or my kids.
RESSLER : Did you ever see her mistreat them?

PSYCHIATRIST'S OFFICE

MADDIE : I loved his kids. I would never hurt any child. But social services started getting anonymous calls that when I was over there, they were crying or whatever.

CHARLIE'S HOUSE

CHARLIE : I actually thought about getting one of those spycams, you know? But then I’m thinking – If it’s come to that, what’s the point?

PSYCHIATRIST'S OFFICE

MADDIE : He just dumped me after almost two years. One minute, I’ve got a great job, a boyfriend, and the next –

BANK IN RESTON

LOAN OFFICER : She started making late payments on her mortgage. We tried to help, but she was three months behind. Without any income, we had to foreclose.

PSYCHIATRIST'S OFFICE

MADDIE : They just took it. Like it was just a house.
PSYCHIATRIST (CREEL) : But it wasn’t just a house. Was it?
MADDIE : No. It was me.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Maddie Thornhill told us her life fell apart after a series of anonymous accusations.
SAMAR : The shooter I spoke to said the same thing. In his case, it was accusations of pedophilia. There were no witnesses, no victims ever came forward, but the school didn’t want to take chances, so they fired him.
LIZ : Their problems metastasized like a cancer, striking to the heart of these victims’ identities.
RESSLER : Victims? These aren’t the victims, Keen, these are the perps. The people they killed are the victims.
LIZ : All I’m saying is that some people aren’t wired to handle stress, and someone took advantage of that.

ARAM : Agent Keen had me expedite DNA profiles. All three perpetrators possess the MAO-A 2R gene.
LIZ : The extreme-warrior gene.
ARAM : Clinical studies have proven people who possess this gene are prone to aggressive, antisocial behavior.
RESSLER : Are you suggesting the government has identified people with mild genetic abnormality and is turning them into killers?
LIZ : That’s exactly what we’re suggesting.

CREEL'S OFFICE

   Female reporter: «Police have not yet commented on how the chase started, but sources say the driver shot three clerks this morning inside of a convenience store».

CREEL : Phase 2 concluded, period. Ar106 showing signs of deterioration, comma, accelerating to Final break.

Male reporter: «Vehicle with a weapon.
Oh, no»
Male reporter: «O-okay, officers have just opened fire. We are going to ... .»

CRELL : Final phase successful, period.

He tears his hair

CRELL : Activation of subject ar106 concluded, period. End of entry.

Creel phones

WOMAN : Senator’s office. How may I help you?
CRELL : Hello, yes. This is Dr. Linus Creel. I’m calling for Senator Sheridan.

COOPER'S OFFICE

Knock on door

COOPER : The perp in the freeway shooting I hear he had this warrior gene.
LIZ : Yeah. Agent Navabi has identified 11 other cases in the last 18 months. No connection other than –
COOPER : They share this gene.
LIZ ; And it’s not just some statistical anomaly. I- it’s as if they’re being triggered.
COOPER : Close the door.
LIZ : Sir? You know something?
COOPER : Every word Reddington said about this program is true. In the army, officers sit in bars, and they talk sideways “a guy who knows a guy who knows a guy.” MKUltra was just the start. There were others quietly run in military bases and universities all across the country psychopharmaceuticals, electromagnetic pulses, microwaves that broadcast words and phrases into the brain. I love this country, but every once in awhile, you hear about something like this, some bone-evil crap that’s almost inconceivable. That’s what I hate most about this detail – Reddington pulling up the carpet and shoving your nose deep into the filth. After a while, it’s all you can see. Subproject 7.
LIZ : Don’t know what that is.
COOPER : It’s a black-budget program. It’s funded out of the D.I.A. The goal was to use genetic predispositions to train and trigger assets.
LIZ : If it’s black-budget, how am I supposed to gain access?

SENATOR'S OFFICE

SENATOR SHERATON : I am a dear friend of Harold Cooper. He was a pallbearer in my daddy’s funeral. But I told him when he called only yahoos are interested in Subproject 7.
RESSLER : So you’re saying it doesn’t exist?
SHERATON : You’re asking about mind control. This government can’t make up its own mind, let alone control one.
LIZ : Senator, is that a yes or a no?
SHERATON : It’s a yes and a no. Have we studied mind control? Yes. Does it work? About as often as a blind squirrel finds an acorn.
LIZ : We’ve been tracking a spike in violent crimes, mass shootings.
SHERATON : I’m gonna pay you the courtesy of being blunt. You’re wasting your time. If there’s been an increase in the incidence of violent crime, you’re not gonna find the answer to why in the black budget of the U.S.government.
LIZ : Understood. But I also understand that you do oversee that black budget, and Harold Cooper would appreciate it if you could provide us with any information you have on Subproject 7.
SHERATON : Of course. My office will deliver all pertinent documents. Now, if you will excuse me, I am late for my next meeting.

Liz and Ressler leaves Senator's office. Creel arrives for his meeting with the Senator

WOMAN : Yes, Sir, how can I help you?
CREEL : Uh, hi. Dr. Linus Creel. I’m here to see Senator Sheridan.

RED'S SAFE HOUSE

Outside, on a bench

FRANK : Honey, we have talked and talked about this. I thought we were in complete agreement – we decided not to run. Now, I’ve talked to the FBI
NAOMI :. The FBI can’t protect us.
FRANK : And he can? Are you honestly suggesting we upend our lives? Based on what a criminal’s promise that he can help us?
NAOMI : Yes. Yes, that is what I’m saying. And I know how crazy it sounds.
FRANK : He did this to you.
NAOMI : I’m not defending him, but I do know him.
FRANK : How do you ... I’m sorry I’m still trying to process the fact that you were married to him. And now you want to put our lives in the hands of this lunatic? I’m not going anywhere.

Inside the cabin

RED : This is a mistake. I can’t help you in Philadelphia.
NAOMI : We’ve made up our mind.
RED : You know I would stop at nothing to protect you.
FRANK : We don’t need your protection.
RED : Yes, you do. I understand it may be difficult for you to accept my help, given the history that Carla and I share.
NAOMI : Don’t flatter yourself. Carla Reddington was a miserable housewife married to a miserable man. That woman no longer exists. We’re not going anywhere.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Everything the Senator sent is redacted entire pages.
RESSLER : Dollar amounts are omitted. Project names are code.
LIZ : Yeah, “Elegant Lady,” “Forest Green.” I mean, if any of these are Subproject 7, it’d be impossible to tell.
SAMAR : The Polyglot.
LIZ : What?
SAMAR : In Mossad, we have a contact. He’s like a code breaker. You give him your black-ops budget, the redacted pages, he’ll tell us what they mean.
RESSLER : You have our black-ops budget?
LIZ : The Polyglot how do we find him?
SAMAR : He was cleared level 4. I don’t have that kind of access.

RED'S SAFE HOUSE

Outside on the bench. Laughing

RED : Oh, my God. Is that what they call him in Tel Aviv? I haven’t spoken to Haskell in years.
LIZ : But you know where to find him?
RED : I do. But it’s a sticky situation. Old Haskell and I had somewhat of a falling-out at the craps table.

HASKELL'S HOUSE

Knock on door. Haskell opens the door.

RED : Hask –

Seeing Red, Haskel slams the door. Red knocks on door again. Haskel opens

HASKEL : I have no interest in seeing you. Go away. You’re not welcome here.
RED : Haskell, I told you I’m sorry. What more can I say?
HASKEL : You knew I was in recovery.
RED : I didn’t... Okay. Yes, I did. But you were having such a great time. And after everything that happened with Sheryl and that Cuban, the boxer – what was his name?
HASKEL : I’m not talking to you about this.
RED : Yasiel! God, that hair. Beautiful hair. I thought you could use a little distraction. You forget we won $25,000 on one roll.
HASKEL : Yes, and I lost twice that much after you left. I woke up in that Hotel. I still don’t even know how I got to mesquite. That kind of money means nothing to you, but to me …

Shows him a suit are filled with $$$

RED : It’s an olive branch, with interest. …

They enter inside

RED : My friend Miss Watkins is a blogger looking for her first scoop.
LIZ : I write mostly about social-science experiments. Researching one right now, actually the black-ops project Subproject7.
HASKEL : Why don’t we take this into my office? It’s V2K-shielded. Here she is – government white paper on Subproject 7.
LIZ : I’ve seen the white paper. It’s heavily redacted. Wha–

Haskell shows her the Subproject 7's file decoded

LIZ : How did you?
RED : Haskell’s quite a puzzle man. Spends his days combing through thousands of pages of redacted government documents, comparing them to defense-authorization reports, executive orders. He’s found a way to read between the lines. I wouldn’t have the patience.
HASKEL : Subproject 7 was born out of the human genome project. Some genius in government figured that if DNA could be used to identify people who were predisposed to cancer, it could be used to identify people who were predisposed to become assassins.
LIZ : Who are these people?
HASKEL : The Team. They used the brains of mass murderers and reverse-engineered from there, fine-tuned a three-phase activation process. First phase disruption of schedule, routine, daily life. Second destabilize sense of self-worth. Final phase was to sever the primary emotional bond. Get all three: jackpot.
LIZ : This man here who is he? I’ve seen his face before.

Showing a photo

HASKEL : Oh, yes. He was their lab assistant, Dr. Linus Creel.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Dr.Linus Creel PHD in clinical psychology from N.Y.U. After Subproject 7 disbanded, he opened a private practice.
SAMAR : I cross-referenced Creel’s name with the 11 warrior gene killers in the last 18 months.
At some point, he was on staff at each of the hospitals where the killers were receiving counseling, including our friend Maddie Thornhill.
COOPER : That’s how he’s recruiting them.
SAMAR : Can we access his network?
ARAM : Already checked that. I can’t break through his firewall. If I could somehow gain physical access, I could upload a program to deactivate it long enough to hack his patient list.
RESSLER : Come here. Take a look at this. Creel has this posted on his website, calls it an intake questionnaire.
SAMAR : Some kind of I.Q. test?
LIZ : No, it’s a modified MMPI-2 the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory but it’s heavily modified. He reconfigured the test questions to flag aggression and low impulse control.
RESSLER : That’s how he finds the subjects with the warrior gene.

MONICA'S HOUSE

On phone

MONICA : What do you mean you won’t tell Naomi? Where are you? I’m gonna call her. What’s her number? No, Frank. You said you were leaving your wife. Well, I don’t care if it’s a bad time. Either you tell her about us or I will.

Cellphone beeps. Sighs. To dog: «Hey. Aww»
Dog Barks. Vargas is here with associates, angry

VARGAS : That dog’s been here all day. You leave your dog inside all day? Who does that? What kind of monster leaves their dog with no water, no food?!
MONICA : Who the hell are you?
VARGAS : He’s done his business inside twice! Do you have any idea the psychological damage that can do to a dog?
MONICA : I don’t know how you got in here …

VARGAS : I spent the last 20 minutes cleaning up after him.Where’s his leash? I’m taking him for a walk.
MONICA : You are not taking my dog for a walk … who are you? I’m I’m calling the police right now.
VARGAS : Calm yourself down. We have a few things to talk about.

To the dog

VARGAS : Sit.

RED'S SAFE HOUSE

Naomi is sleeping

RED : She’s exhausted. Why don’t you and I go for a walk?

Outside the cabin.

RED : This may be hard to understand, Frank, but after all these years, your wife has become more like an estranged sister to me. We can’t really bear each other’s company. But I’ve become somewhat concerned about her general well-being and sense of security.

Vehicle approaches

Scoffs

FRANK : Are you threatening me?

Brakes squeal

RED : She loves you. You’ve made her happy. Given her a life, stability

Vehicle door opens

RED : The one thing I could never provide. Come closer, Frank. Frank. Come here.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Aram, if I asked you to create an E.M.R., could you feed it into their database?
ARAM : You want a fake medical record?
LIZ : Yeah family history, immunization records, billing addresses, but most importantly, we’ll need a full psychiatric history.
ARAM : Like what?

OUTSIDE RED'S SAFE HOUSE

RED : Come on.

Monica's dog goes out of the car

FRANK : That’s Monica’s dog. What the hell have you done?
RED : You’re finished with Monica.
FRANK : Where is she?
RED : We had a few words, and, thanks to my friend’s rather judicious rescue, we also have a dog.
FRANK : Monica – what did you do to —
RED : She’s fine. But from this point forward there is only Naomi. She believes you to be an honest man, Frank – faithful, and that is what you will become. You’re going to accept my protection and leave Philadelphia.
FRANK : No. I’m gonna call the cops, turn you in. You’re not gonna get away with this.

Red picks up a stick and threatens Frank with it on the throat : Frank groans, breathing heavily

RED : You make her happy. That is the only reason you’re still here.

Red releases him. Tosses the stick to the dok

RED : Go get it, boy.

Dog doesn’t move. Chuckles

RED : City dog.

CREEL'S OFFICE

DUNCAN : Why would you do that?
CREEL : It’s essential for you to take responsibility for your actions.
DUNCAN : I was expelled.
CREEL : I understand. And I have given this a lot of thought. I concluded the reason you told me you cheated on your final was a cry for help. I believed telling your school was in your best interest.
DUNCAN : But I mean, the things we talk about they’re secret!
CREEL : Duncan, the only way that you are going to begin to get better is if you take responsibility for your actions. You want to move forward in your life, right? With your parents? With Amber?
DUNCAN : Amber doesn’t want to meet. We’ve only talked online.
CREEL : But you’re getting healthier. She’s gonna want to meet soon. It’s time. Trust me. I won’t let anything bad happen to you.

Knock on door

NURSE : Dr.Creel, on-call nurse in the E.R. just paged you for a psych consult. Girl’s husband left her, put her hand through a window. Attending wants you to take a look. She’s got a chart a mile long.

EMERGENCY ROOM

CREEL : Hello. You must be Angela. My name is Dr. Creel. Says here you’ve been having some troubles with your husband.
LIZ : That’s an understatement.
CREEL : Now, I see that you’ve been treated for depression and anxiety before.
LIZ : In college, postgrad. I had, you know. A rough patch.
CREEL : You were hospitalized. I know this must be difficult for you.
LIZ : I took some pills. They had to pump my stomach.
CREEL : Was this deliberate or an accident?
LIZ : Kind of both. It’s not what you think. I- it’s not like I ever wanted to commit suicide.I took them in front of someone.

Samar and Aram listen in a FBI's van

SAMAR : Who? I’ll bet you $100 she’s telling the truth.
ARAM : No way.
SAMAR : $200?
ARAM: It’s your money.

CREEL'S OFFICE

LIZ : I had this boyfriend Ronnie. I was so young, – and he – Was cheating. I was such an idiot.
CREEL : Feel that you want to hurt yourself now? Now that your husband has left?
LIZ : Maybe, yeah.
CREEL : But you’re angry at him.
LIZ : I’d kill him. I- I- I mean, I would never kill him. That’s not what I meant.
CREEL : It’s just a figure of speech. I understand. What’s his name?
LIZ : Tom. His name was Tom.
CREEL : And if you caught Tom cheating, if you walked in on him, – and you could –

LIZ : Kill him? I’d never.
CREEL : But if you could do anything and get away with it, what would it be?

LIZ : No chance of ever getting caught?

CREEL : You’re above the law. Have at him.

LIZ :I’d chain him up.
CREEL : Yeah?
LIZ : And I’d force him to tell me about all of the lies, the secrets he kept. I’d make him my prisoner. It’s pretty messed up, huh?
CREEL : You know. We don’t put people in prison for how they feel. You can’t control it. You are who you are. It’s biology. We never argue about height or eye color. But try telling someone their reaction to anger or love or violence is baked in. Now It says here that your parents died when you were 4. What do you remember about them?
LIZ : Nothing, really.
CREEL : Perhaps if you did, it would be easier for you to accept who you are.
LIZ : Like the Sins of the Father. That it?
CREEL : Absolutely. The more time you spend with your parents, the more of yourself you see in them. For better or for worse, they’re a glimpse into your future.

RED'S SAFE HOUSE

Naomi strokes the dog

NAOMI : Oh, he must belong to someone. Maybe we can see if he has a chip or something, see who his owners are. If he doesn’t have any, we could bring him back to Philadelphia.
FRANK : We can’t go back.
NAOMI : What? We- we already decided.
FRANK : No, uh, If there’s any chance you’re in danger, I couldn’t live with myself if something were to happen to you.

To Red

NAOMI : You did this. You threatened him. You threatened his girls.
FRANK : No, this had nothing to do with him. This is about us what’s best for us, for you. That’s all that matters.

CREEL'S OFFICE

LIZ : My father died in a fire. I was 4.
CREEL : Is that how you got the scar on your hand?
LIZ : Yeah. I guess.I don’t remember, actually.
CREEL : Early trauma scars us in ways we don’t often recognize or admit.
LIZ : You think I don’t want to remember?
CREEL : Look, Angela, I am here to determine whether you are a danger to yourself or others. I know that you don’t want to spend the night here. So, I am going to see if I can expedite the blood tests. Meanwhile, I would like you to take a simple personality test I developed for my patients. It’s a standardized psychometric test that’s gonna give me a deeper understanding into issues you may or may not have.
LIZ : When the nurse drew my blood, she said that you ordered a genetic screening.
CREEL : Too many of my colleagues focus on the nurture side of the equation. And sure how your parents treated you is important, but the genes they passed on matter more.There are no wrong answers. Just – Whatever comes to mind.

Creel goes out. Liz takes his computer in his bag

LIZ : Okay, got it.

Earphone with Aram

LIZ : Go.
ARAM : Hold down power, shift, “s.”
LIZ : Okay. I see white letters on a black screen.
ARAM : Perfect. Okay. Type forward slash b-n. It’s running a dictionary attack. Should take a few seconds.
LIZ : Got it.
ARAM : Okay, it’s gonna give you a password. I need you to write it down.

Computer beeping

LIZ : “7” “3” ...A few more characters.

Creel comes in

CREEL : The blood panels won’t be done – for another 20 minutes.
LIZ : Okay.

Sighs heavily

CREEL : Did you really think you could just come in here lie to me? That’s no good. I know why you’re here.
LIZ : I told you I-I need your help.
CREEL : You are a junkie. You’re trying to forge scrips.
LIZ : Maybe my father was an addict, too.
CREEL : Hand them over! Now! Let’s go.
LIZ : They’re under here somewhere. Okay, got them. Are you calling the cops or something?

Breathing heavily

CREEL : No. Now I’m only more interested in your test results. Please continue.

FBI'S VAN

Breathing heavily

LIZ : Oh, my God.
ARAM : You okay? You didn’t get the password.
LIZ : I mean, what do you expect?

Smiling

LIZ : ‘Course I got it. Magic.

ARAM : Oh!

DUNCAN'S APARTMENT

He cries. Online with Amber :

«Amber : duncan ? I know u there. Hello ?

Amber : I'm sooooo sorry. Didn't mean tu hurt u

Duncan : whatever

Amber : here to talk if u want

Duncan : with Paul ?

Amber : he's a great guy. Really

Duncan : idgas»

Ducan angry takes a gun

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

ARAM : Okay, there has got to be 70.

RESSLER : He was documenting them, searching for the perfect candidates. Hold on. Wait. I have got a hidden subdirectory here.
LIZ : The killers. Everyone in this file has murdered someone.
ARAM : Except one: Duncan Prince.
RESSLER : He must be next. Where do we find him?
ARAM : I got an address in College Park.

COLLEGE PARK, DUNCAN'S APARTMENT

Rock music playing in Duncan Prince's apartment
Liz and Ressler barge in, guns drawn

COLLEGE STUDENT : Hey! Hey! What? What the hell?
LIZ : Duncan Prince – where is he?!

COMMUNITY FORUM

Outdoor presentation is about to begin:

ANNOUNCER : Okay, folks, the community forum will be starting in 15 minutes. Everyone who would like to make a comment will have an opportunity to do so. Microphones are at either end of the aisles. Why don’t we go ahead and start forming two lines?

Camera shutter clicks : Crell takes photos

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : We’ve looked at every conceivable database. There’s nothing on an Amber Deveraux.

COLLEGE PARK, DUNCAN'S APARTMENT

RESSLER : Well, I don’t know who the hell he’s been talking to, but this Amber Deveraux just crushed the kid an hour ago.
SAMAR : Ressler.
RESSLER : Listen to me this kid’s gacked up and gone. The Stoner roommates have no idea where. The girl’s in trouble. You got to find her.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : Amber Deveraux doesn’t exist. That’s how he’s triggering his clients. Anonymous allegations that can never be verified.

ARAM : Poor reviews online, blind accusations at work. And by girlfriends who don’t exist.
COOPER : You think he’s catfishing, that he invented the girl to trigger Duncan Prince, push him over the edge?
LIZ : Yeah.
COOPER : Find out where he thinks she is.

COMMUNITY FORUM

CREEL : Many of the random acts of violence we’re here to discuss today are perpetrated by people with the warrior gene. I believe the solution to the issue of violent crime in this country begins with genetic screening.
ANNOUNCER : Dr. Creel, we have a packed schedule today, so if you have a question?
CREEL : People with the warrior gene can be triggered. I have identified what those triggers are, and when they occur, it’s not their fault. My research shows —
ANNOUNCER : A question, please.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

ARAM : Hold on. Prince’s fake girlfriend posted a very real photo from a community forum on gun violence.
LIZ : Duncan must have seen this.

COOPER : Senator Sheridan.

ARAM : That’s where our shooter’s going.To the gun rally.

LIZ : Creel posted the photo. He’s gonna be there. Observing his experiment.

COMMUNITY FORUM

CREEL : Senator, it is all right here – seven years of research. These killings can be prevented.

DUNCAN'S CAR

Filming

DUNCAN : I want the world to know that what happens today, what I do, is because of Amber. Because she lied to me. Because she’s a cheat. Goodbye, Amber.

COMMUNITY FORUM

CREEL : In my system, it will require children to be screened for the MAO-A 2R gene. Kids will be labeled. We’ll target them. It will cost —
SHERATON : I promise you, Dr. Creel, your research will be reviewed.
CREEL : Reviewed. Studied. You don’t return my calls. You refuse to see me when I come up to your office. And when one of these incidents happens, you do nothing!

SHERATON : I have been the leading voice in Congress on mental health for 20 years.

CREEL : How many more of these mass killings do we have now than we did then? I’m telling you we have the science. I can stop these killings, and you want to reject me? You want to reject the science?

Gunshots, people screaming. Gunshot

DUNCAN : Get out of here!

Outside. Gunshots

DUNCAN : Where is she?!
CREEL : She’s not here, Duncan. Amber’s not here.
DUNCAN : What are you –
CREEL : I’m the one you’re looking for.
DUNCAN : Amber she led me on.
CREEL : Amber didn’t do anything, because she doesn’t exist. I created her.

Siren wails, tires screech

CREEL : You’re here to kill me, Duncan.
DUNCAN : What the hell are you talking about?
CREEL : “I didn’t mean to hurt you.” “Whatever.” “Here to talk.” “With Paul?” “He’s a great guy, really.” “I.D.G.A.S.” Why do you think you never met her? Because she’s not real! The picture she posted, the one that brought you here, I posted it.

FBI arrives.Gun cocks

CREEL : That’s right. Pull the trigger.
LIZ : Duncan, no! Listen to me. You. Put the gun down. You don’t want to do this. He lied to you, manipulated you. It’s not your fault.
CREEL : Pull the trigger, Duncan. It’s what you came to do. You’re all part of my experiment.
Read my research! We can save them!
LIZ : Duncan, listen to me. He’s making you believe that you don’t have a choice!
CREEL : Do you think that I want to die? I don’t. But I have run out of ways to get people to pay attention. Do this, and the world will listen. They’ll examine my life, my research. That can’t happen unless you pull the trigger.

Groans : Creel is hurt

CREEL : Ah!
LIZ : Medic! I need a medic!

Liz trys to help Creel but he pulls a gun on Liz's head

RESSLER : Take it easy, pal. Creel, listen to me. You have to understand. If I have a shot, I’m gonna take it.
SAMAR : Put your weapon down!
CREEL : I shoot her, you shoot me! That’s how this works, right?
RESSLER : Make you a martyr? Not today.

To Liz

CREEL : To Liz You should know I saw your test results.You know what they said?

Gunshot kills him.

RESSLER : Where did it come from? Where the hell did that shot come from?!
SAMAR : There on the roof. Go!

It's Ezra : he kills Creel

LIZ'S OFFICE

SAMAR : I received everything Creel had on file at the hospital patient records, test results Including yours. We logged everything else into evidence, but I thought perhaps you would want that. It’s probably meaningless, right? Do you think Reddington could have known, when he gave you this case, that you’d find out?

Liz shrugs

SAMAR : What do I know?

ARAM'S OFFICE

Gives money to Aram

SAMAR : You were right about Keen. She was making it all up.
ARAM : I knew it. Walt’s favorite shrimp is calling my name. Winner buys? See you tomorrow.

LIZ'S OFFICE

ARAM : Hey.
LIZ : Hey.
ARAM : I followed up on Frank and Naomi Hyland, like you asked. Both phones are dead.
LIZ : Mm-hmm.
ARAM : So I identified the five numbers they called the most to see if any of those people were getting calls from new numbers.

LIZ : People that Frank and Naomi might have reached out to. And?
ARAM : There’s a woman Monica Lyons. She got six calls today, all unanswered. All came from a pay phone at a gas station in rural Maryland. Only a handful of homes in that area.
LIZ : What gas station?

RED'S SAFE HOUSE

Knock on door

LIZ : Hello, Mrs. Hyland.
NAOMI : Does Raymond know you’re here?
LIZ : No. He doesn’t want us to talk.

Car door closes : Red arrives quietly with Frank

LIZ : I’m sorry. I just I have a ton of questions in this notebook about the case, but the truth is, I didn’t come here just to ask you about Berlin.
NAOMI : You have questions you think I can answer about the past.
LIZ : Yes. The day Raymond Reddington walked into my life, everything changed – everything I believed about .

Red has been listening outside the door

LIZ : You were married to the man. You had a life, a child.
NAOMI : Jennifer.
LIZ : Yeah. W- why doesn’t he want me to see you?
NAOMI : You tell me.
LIZ : I think it might be because you know something about how the two of us might be connected.
NAOMI : He wants something from you. It’s a game. It’s a manipulation. He’s made you feel a connection that makes you feel like you matter somehow. And there’s no one on earth who can make a woman feel like the center of his universe more than Raymond Reddington. I’ll tell you this, though. He’s not who you think he is.
LIZ : What does he want from me?

Red decides to interrupts them

RED : Well. Look at the two of you. I should have brought a bottle of Chardonnay. I have your papers. Dembe’s outside. He’ll need your signature on some of the documents. Frank is gonna pack the car.

Naomi goes away. Red chuckles lightly

RED : Agent Keen. I hope you had an illuminating conversation.

OUTSIDE RED'S SAFE HOUSE

NAOMI : I don’t know where Jennifer is. She knew you – Would come for her one day, and she left. I don’t know where she is.

Red gives her a small paper

RED : If you need anything… Ever …

Red tenderly kisses her on the forehead

NAOMI : When are you gonna tell her?

Naomi leaves with Frank

Vehicle door closes, engine turns over. Liz arrives and speaks whith Red on a bench

RED : So, how’d your case go?
LIZ : I think you know the answer to that. Who is he?
RED : Who is who?
LIZ : The gunman, the sniper. He works for you, doesn’t he?
RED : Yes.
LIZ : How long has he been following me?
RED : Since the day Agent Malik died.
LIZ : I want him gone.

Chuckles

RED : My associate saves your life, and instead of saying “thank you,” you try to get him fired. If I knew better, I’d say you were hiding something.

Liz doesn't answer and goes away

 

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

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