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#312 : La Vehme

Raymond Reddington présente le nouveau nom de la Liste Noireà la Task-Force

Ecrit par: Vincent Angell
Réalisé par: Michael Watkins

Après qu'un associé de Red ait été assassiné par un dispositif médiéval rare, il avertit le FBI qu'un groupe d'auto-défense du Moyen-Age "The Holy Vehm" a été ressucité et qu'il est mortel. Red fait équipe avec Liz et la Task-Force pour arrêter les assassins avant que plus de cibles ne soient tuées. Pendant ce temps, à la réception de nouvelles choquantes, Liz considère attentivement ce qu'elle fera par la suite.

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Titre VO
The Vehm

Titre VF
La Vehme

Première diffusion
28.01.2016

Première diffusion en France
10.08.2016

Vidéos

Promo (VO)

Promo (VO)

  

Photos promo

Tom (Ryan Eggold) parle avec Liz (Megan Boone)

Tom (Ryan Eggold) parle avec Liz (Megan Boone)

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) entourée de la Task-Force

Elisabeth Keen (Megan Boone) entourée de la Task-Force

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) accuse le  Cardinal Richards (Michael Cullen )

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) accuse le Cardinal Richards (Michael Cullen )

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) explique la nouvelle affaire à la Task-Force

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) explique la nouvelle affaire à la Task-Force

Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix) dans son bureau

Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix) dans son bureau

Red (James Spader) en tête à tête avec Liz (Megan Boone)

Red (James Spader) en tête à tête avec Liz (Megan Boone)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) sur le nouveau canapé d'Elisabeth

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) sur le nouveau canapé d'Elisabeth

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) dans une église

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) dans une église

Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno) et Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) arrivent armes aux poings

Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno) et Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) arrivent armes aux poings

Aram Mojtabaï (Amir Arison)

Aram Mojtabaï (Amir Arison)

Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno) à la morgue avec le Dr. Jeffrey Maynard (Kevin Weisman)

Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno) à la morgue avec le Dr. Jeffrey Maynard (Kevin Weisman)

Tom (Ryan Eggold) et son nouveau compagnon

Tom (Ryan Eggold) et son nouveau compagnon

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) dans le siège du cardinal

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) dans le siège du cardinal

Elisabeth (Megan Boone ) toute souriante face à Tom

Elisabeth (Megan Boone ) toute souriante face à Tom

Harris Holt (Anthony Carrigan) la main de la Vehme

Harris Holt (Anthony Carrigan) la main de la Vehme

Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno)

Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno)

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) attend

Raymond Reddington (James Spader) attend

Tom (Ryan Eggold) rend visite à Liz dans son nouvel appartement

Tom (Ryan Eggold) rend visite à Liz dans son nouvel appartement

Michael Cullen (Michael Cullen alias La Vehme #132

Michael Cullen (Michael Cullen alias La Vehme #132

Tom (Ryan Eggold) essaie de convaincre Liz (Megan Boone)

Tom (Ryan Eggold) essaie de convaincre Liz (Megan Boone)

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 10.08.2016 à 22:40
2.53m / 18.5% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Jeudi 28.01.2016 à 21:00
7.16m / 1.6% (18-49)

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Personnage Blaklisté: N°132: The Vehm (Richards)

Guests:

Bazzel Baz ... Baz 

Kevin Weisman ... Jeffrey Maynard

Anthony Carrigan ... Harris Holt
David Pittu ... James Wagner
Maury Ginsberg ... Campbell Meyer
Michael Cullen ... Cardinal Richards
Caitlin Mehner ... Lisa Neil / Amy Dowd
Andrew Dolan ... Gerald
Tim Barker ... William Dowd
Bernadette Quigley ... La femme de William
Blair Busbee ... Zoe
Rachel Napoleon ... Meryl
Judy McLane ... Brenda
Antonio Thompson ... Frère Joseph

William Dowd rentre chez lui après avoir passé sa journée à amuser des enfants lors d'une fête d'anniversaire où il était le clown. Sur la route, il est kidnappé pas un groupe d'hommes qui le conduisent dans un lieu secret pour le tuer en le torturant.

Dans son nouvel appartement, Liz fait une liste de pour et de contre au sujet du bébé losque Tom arrive. Elle retourne le calepin sur la table et va lui ouvrir. Tom lui apprend qu'il a trouvé un job de prof d'histoire à Boston et qu'il veut qu'elle vienne avec lui pour qu'ils retrouvent une vie normale.

Au bureau de poste, Red informe l'équipe qu'un groupe d'assassins nommé Vehm utilise un ancien rituel du moyen-âge pour de tuer les pécheurs. Les victimes sont retrouvées avec des traces de brûlures qui sont les causes des décès. Parmi les victimes se trouve Edward Weston, un ancien associé de Red.

Liz arrive au bureau de poste en plein milieu de la discussion puis s'isole avec Red, qui n'est pas franchement ravi de la voir reprendre le travail aussi rapidement. Liz lui annonce qu'elle est enceinte et Red lui dit qu'il le sait depuis un moment, ayant remarquer ses changements d'humeur, d'alimentation, les nausées, la prise de poids... Avant de partir, il lui rappel que leur lutte n'est pas terminée et qu'un bébé va rendre les choses plus difficiles.

De leur côté, Samar et Ressler partent voir la veuve de Dowd et sont intrigués de ne voir aucune photo de leur fille. Il lance alors une recherche pour la retrouver, car elle a changé de nom. La jeune femme révèle que son père était un pédophile.

De retour chez elle, Liz fait face à Tom, qui a trouvé le carnet et qui a donc compris que Liz était enceinte. Tom veut garder l'enfant et partir, mais Liz lui dit qu'elle pense à le faire adopter, car elle ne pourra jamais avoir une vie normale et que Red ne les laissera pas tranquills.

Au même moment, les Vehm attaquent leur nouveau pécheur, un psychiatre qu'ils accusent de maltraitance des enfants.

Liz informe Red de leur découverte et qu'ils pensent que les victimes ont pour connexion la pédophilie, mais Red est formel, Weston n'était pas un saint, mais il n'était pas un pédophile.
Liz évoque la possibilité qu'il y ait un lien unissant toutes les victimes et Red semble l'avoir trouvé, mais n'en dit rien.

Après avoir raccroché, Red finit son travail en cours, qui est de punir l'agresseur de Liz.

Grâce à l'arme du crime qui est un objet ancien datant du moyen-âge, la taskforce trouve la cachette des Vehm où ils en tuent un et en arrêtent deux autres dont le "chef" qu'ils identifient comme étant Harlan Holt.

A la morgue, le médecin légiste découvre que les trois Vehm ont un point commun assez atypique, Ils sont tous annihilés de façon volontaire. Au même moment, l'équipe découvre que Holt et tous les autres Vehm sont en fait des hommes ayant été condamnés pour des actes de pédophilie et qu'ils cherchent à se repentir en traquant et tuant les hommes comme eux afin de protéger les enfants.

De son côté, Red continue son enquête et va voir un collègue, Gerald Sullivan, qui semble en fuite. Red pense qu'il est l'homme qui commande les Vehm, mais Sullivan lui révèle qu'il est une potentielle cible. Il finit par révéler à Red le nom de la personne qui contrôle les Vehm: le cardinal Richards.

Au bureau de poste, Liz et Ressler révèlent à Holt, que lui et ses compagnons, ont été manipulés grâce à des dossiers falsifiés et que leurs victimes ne sont pas des pédophiles. Ils lui demandent le nom de la personne qui lui donne les dossiers, mais Holt leur dit que c'est trop tard, car leur prochaine victime est actuellement traquée par ses "frères".

Pendant ce temps, Red va voir le cardinal et le met au pied du mur. Il utilise les Vehm en leur faisant croire que leurs victimes sont des pédophiles alors qu'en réalité, ils sont des blanchisseurs d'argent. Red convainc le cardinal de rappeler les Vehm afin de les mettre sur la piste d'une nouvelle cible.

Ressler se rend dans un lycée pour sauver la victime que Holt lui a donnée, mais lorsqu'il arrive, les Vehm sont déjà partis sans avoir accompli leur mission.

Samar et Liz se rendent à l'église où le cardinal officie et tombe sur Red qui leur annonce que l'affaire est réglée. Il leur révèle qu'il a convaincu le cardinal de rappeler les Vehm et qu'à leur arrivée, Red leur a dit la vérité et que ces derniers ont amené le cardinal pour que justice soit faite.

Le corps du cardinal est finalement retrouvé, mutilé par brûlure comme toutes les victimes des Vehm.

En chemin pour rentrer chez elle, Liz reçoit un appel de Tom qui lui annonce qu'il n'a pas eu le job et Liz comprend que Red en est a l'origine. Arrivée chez elle, Liz trouve Red, qui lui a acheté un nouveau canapé. Il est venu s'excuser, car il lui a fait croire qu'il ne souhaitait pas qu'elle garde l'enfant. Red lui parle alors de sa mère, qui a elle aussi hésité à avoir Liz tout au long de sa grossesse et il lui explique qu'il n'y a pas de bon moment pour avoir un enfant.

Lorsque Red s'en va, Liz se rend chez sa voisine qui a un bébé pour lui demander des conseils mais elle tombe sur un homme de Red qui lui apprend que sa voisine a déménagé et que l'appartement a été transformé en salle de surveillance pour la protéger 24 heures sur 24.

De retour dans son appartement, Liz appelle une agence et commence une démarche pour faire adopter son bébé...

 Traduit et adapté du résumé du site officiel par albi2302.

OUTSIDE A HOUSE

After a kids's party

 

WOMAN : Hey! Hold up. Hold up. Something extra.
MAN IN A CLOWN COSTUME : Oh. Thanks.
WOMAN : The boys had a blast.
CLOWN : Thanks. They’re good kids except yours. I think he needs more sugar. Bye.
BOYS : Hey, hey! Guys! Get on the street!
CLOWN : All righty, bye, bye, bye!

 

ON A ROAD

The clown is driving when several vehiculs cercle him

To himself

CLOWN : I know, come on! Kidding me.

They stop.Men break the glass of the clown's car

 

CLOWN : Wh–Oh, God! No! Ah! No! What?!

They kidnap him

CLOWN : What? What? What did I do?! Help! Help! Help!

LOCATION UNKNOWN

The clown is tortured with molten lead on his skin then in his mouth.
LIZ'S NEW APARTMENT

Liz write a pro/con list for the baby. She puts ??? near Tom's name. When he arrives, she hides the list.

LIZ : Hey.
TOM : Hi. Breakfast is served. I got, uh, juice, coffee, apple turnovers from Pan Lourdes, and, uh, no pancakes.
LIZ :Okay, great. Uh, let me help you with that.
TOM : I got it. I got it. You shouldn’t be lifting things.
LIZ : Well, my ribs feel better, so I’m fine.
TOM : Well, I’ll be the judge of that. Let me just take a peek at this –
TOM : Oh! Hey!
LIZ : I prefer the bookish teacher.
TOM : Well, then you’re in luck, because, uh, I got a job – a real job – teaching history at, uh, Shorewood high school in Boston.
LIZ : Boston? You’re gonna move to –
TOM : We’re gonna move to Boston. I know – I know you need, uh, time to think about everything, and I get that, but what happened to you was terrifying. Okay? It was like a giant flashing sign from God that you need to start over somewhere else. If you don’t want to do it for us, then do it for our kid.
LIZ : Our– our kid?
TOM : Mm-hmm. Come here, buddy! Hey, there he is, Hudson!
LIZ : I– I hate to break up this family reunion, but I got to go.
TOM : I got to check out the campus in, uh, Boston. So I’ll clean this up before I go.
LIZ : Okay. A teacher?
TOM : There was a lot about our old life that I really liked including you.Wait, wait. Oh, yes. Be safe.

Tom stays at the apartment,arranges pile of papers and turns over pro/con list about “Baby” she had been working on
Liz had left. She passes a woman with baby in hallway

 
FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

RED : Edward Weston was an associate of mine. His murder remains unsolved – the cause of his burns, a mystery until now. William Dowd, found under the 14th Street bridge this morning sprinkled with burning lead.
ARAM : Uh, the marks and use of lead are consistent with a medieval device subtly called a lead sprinkler. The device is used to shower victims with molten lead, or in the case of Mr.
Dowd, to pour it into his mouth, causing serious inner burns and eventual death.
RED : We boring you, Donald?
RESSLER : Where’s Keen? You wouldn’t be here without her if she was okay.
RED : She’s recovering nicely.
COOPER : That’s a relief.
RED : I’m sure it is. You confiscated her firearm.
RESSLER: Oh, so you think a convicted felon should be allowed to carry guns.
RED : All the ones I know do.

Elevator clangs: Liz emerges

LIZ : I see you’ve started without me.
RED : You should be recuperating.
COOPER : Take whatever time you need.
LIZ : I appreciate that, and the cards and flowers and trashy novels– especially the trashy novels, Aram. Thank you. But I am good. Don’t let me interrupt. What’s the case?
RED : The Holy Vehm – a vigilante group that operated in the Germanic regions of Europe during the Middle Ages. The Vehmic Court was sanctioned by the Emperor and directed by the Archbishop to punish sinners.
LIZ : What sins did these two commit?
RED : Well, in the 15th Century, the Vehm meted out justice for heresy and witchcraft. But today, who knows? During the height of their power, they killed thousands. If I’m correct and the Vehm has been resurrected, there’s no telling how many victims you’ll be looking at.
COOPER : Aram, see what cold cases you can find with even a remotely similar MO. Ressler, Navabi, find Dowd’s wife. See what she knows.
LIZ : What is that? Some kind of metal?
COOPER : It’s lead.
RED : You should be resting.
LIZ : I’ll have Aram order an analysis, see if we can trace that lead to a supplier.
COOPER : I’ve got agents working double time to find the perps who attacked her.
RED : That won’t be necessary.

 LIZ' S OFFICE
Knock on door, Red enters.
Red places gun wrapped in dark cloth on Liz's desk. She hide it.

RED : Here. Careful, it’s loaded.
LIZ : I’m pregnant.
RED : Yes. I’ve known for some time.
LIZ : How?
RED : Everything. Your body, your skin, a look in your eyes, different tastes for different foods, nausea, distracted, moody.
LIZ : Yes. With everything that was happening, I just – I mean I guess I knew, but I just couldn’t – I bought a pregnancy test three weeks ago, and I threw it out before I took it.
I mean, I- I was okay facing the Cabal, but those two red lines– I just could not handle that.
RED : I assume Tom is the father.
LIZ : I haven’t told him. Uh. He’s still figuring his life out. There’s a job in Boston.
RED : I know you want to believe that our work is done, but it’s not. The addition of a child will make that infinitely more difficult.

CHICAGO / DOWD'S WIFE HOUSE

VICTIM'S WIFE: What they did to him. Who would do such a thing?
SAMAR : Does your husband have any enemies? Any problems at work?
VICTIM'S WIFE:: None. William was a kind man and a great father. He was involved in the community. When our daughter was in school –
SAMAR : How many kids do you have?
VICTIM'S WIFE: One. Amy.

OUTSIDE THE HOUSE

RESSLER: There was something she’s not telling us. 20 pictures on their fridge and not one of their daughter?
SAMAR : You think something happened between them?
RESSLER: We need to find her, see if she agrees with the wife about his parenting skills. I’m guessing the answer’s no.

A CONFESSIONAL

YOUNG MAN IN CONFESSIONAL : Father, forgive me, for I have sinned. It’s been a week since my last confession. Since that time, I have killed two men.
CONFESSOR (PRIEST): Well done, my son, for you are the tip of His spear. Through your hands, His judgment is witnessed.

He gives a dossier to the young man a new target

CONFESSOR (PRIEST): Let us pray. Our Father–

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : We’ve linked the Vehm’s MO to a dozen murders. Each victim was subjected to some form of medieval torture. Sam Archer was whipped until an artery burst and he bled to death.The bruising, fractures, and deep puncture wounds indicate that Joseph Gibson’s extremities were crushed with some device called “The Spanish Boot.”
COOPER : Why were they targeted?
LIZ : We are not sure. We’re still going over case files.

A man comes in with large arrangement of white flowers and gives them to Cooper

MAN : Sir. From your wife.
SAMAR : Those are beautiful.
COOPER : My office. What else do we know?
ARAM : They did find William Dowd’s daughter living as Lisa Neil– new name, new Social. She’s definitely hiding from something.
RESSLER : Or someone. We’re on it.

COOPER'S OFFICE

SAMAR : Is this a bad time?
COOPER : I thought you’d rolled out.
SAMAR : That’s actually why I’m here. Ressler and I– are we partners?
COOPER : Would that be a problem?
SAMAR : He did fire me.
COOPER : Yes. An appropriate action given the circumstances, but one he deeply regrets and went to great lengths to rectify.
SAMAR : He did.
COOPER: In a status report submitted to me after I returned he was quite eloquent about your value to the task force. You’re welcome to read it after you question Lisa Neil.
SAMAR : It’s hard to forgive sometimes.
COOPER : Lisa Neil.

IN A STREET

Young man compares photo of man to man exiting a cab; a match
On phone

YOUNG MAN : Yes, is this Dr. Meyer’s office? I have an appointment next week for my son. I think he’s a threat to himself. It’s urgent that we see the doctor today.

LISA NEIL'S LOCATION

SAMAR : Lisa Neil?
LISA : Can I help you?
SAMAR : I’m Agent Navabi, FBI. This is Agent Ressler. We have some questions for you about your father.
LISA : My father died years ago. You, uh, must be confusing me with somebody else.
RESSLER: Someone like Amy Dowd?

DR MEYER'S OFFICE

DR MEYER: Hello? Someone there? Ah.
HARRIS : Uh – There was no one out front.
DR MEYER: My secretary leaves at 5:00. You must be Mr. Harris.
HARRIS : Yes.
DR MEYER: Where’s your son? I was told the appointment is for him.
HARRIS : Oh, it should be, but, you know, my wife doesn’t really believe in therapy. You know, she thinks people like you do more harm than good. Uh. Do you, Dr. Meyer?
DR MEYER: I- I don’t believe so. Why don’t you come in. Tell me what’s going on with your son.

LISA NEIL'S LOCATION

LISA : My father was murdered?
RESSLER: Yes. By people who thought he had, uh, sinned. It might help us find his killer if we knew whether that was true or not. Was it?
LISA : Yeah. That’s why I ran away.

DR MEYER'S OFFICE

HARRIS : So can I ask how you treat the children? You know, how it all works.
DR MEYER: Well, it’s important for me to get a sense of the child, so the first few sessions would be one-on-one.
HARRIS : Without a parent present?
DR MEYER: For me to gain their trust, it’s best to start out that way.

LISA NEIL'S LOCATION

LISA : I was 12. I came home from swimming at my friend’s house, and I went into the basement to put my suit in the dryer, and he was there.
RESSLER: Your father.
LISA : And someone else. A boy.

DR MEYER'S OFFICE

HARRIS : When you’re alone with my son, would you be touching him?
DR MEYER: Absolutely not. I’m not even sure I understand your question.
HARRIS : I mean, would you think about touching him?
DR MEYER: I’m sorry your son is having a hard time, but I think you should leave.

Meyer moves to leave, but several of Harris’ group surround him

HARRIS : Oh no! No!
MEYER : You hurt children.
HARRIS : What are you doing? No!
MEYER : You earn their trust and then you abuse them.

LISA NEIL'S LOCATION

LISA : They said I was crazy. That I was making it all up. That my father never raped that little boy. But I know the truth. My father was a monster. Whoever killed him did the world a favor.

DR MEYER'S OFFICE

HARRIS : Sooner or later, we all pay for our sins.
DR MEYER: No! No! What are you doing? What is this?! What are you doing?!
HARRIS : I paid for mine –
DR MEYER: What are you talking about!?
HARRIS : and it’s time you paid for yours.

LIZ'S NEW APARTMENT
In the corridor, Liz meets her new neighbour, the woman with the baby

LIZ : Oh, we meet again.
ZOE : You must be the new neighbor. I’m Zoe.
LIZ : Who’s this?
ZOE: Stanley.
LIZ : Hi, Stanley! Hi, Stanley. He’s so cute!
ZOE: Oh, don’t let that fool you. He’s the devil child. He hasn’t slept the night through since ever.
LIZ : Well, we can stay up together. I’m expecting a little devil of my own.
ZOE: Oh, really? That’s amazing. I mean, besides no sleep, no sex, and stretch marks the size of Kansas, there are really great things about it. I can’t think of any, but that’s what people say. Look, I’m sure you have a thousand questions. I’m here, anytime. I’m here all the time.
LIZ : That’s very nice of you. I’ll probably take you up on that. Thanks.

 Liz enters her apartment. Door closes. Tom is there

LIZ : I thought you were going to Boston.
TOM : Rescheduled for tomorrow. Felt like hanging out.

Tom takes something out of his wallet

LIZ : What’s that?
TOM : Something I’ve kept in my wallet since the day you gave it to me. Is that a hope. A wish. The child that we were gonna adopt, and that, I hope is the one we’re gonna have.
LIZ : You found my pro/con list.

Tom reads

TOM : Pro– chance for a normal life, family, doting husband with rock-hard abs.
LIZ : Really?
TOM : Liz we’re pregnant.
LIZ : Yeah. We are. But before you get too excited –
TOM : It’s way too late for that.
LIZ . – I’m thinking about giving the baby up for adoption.
TOM : Why? Why? Why would you do that?
LIZ : Maybe you should take another look at the list. I mean, there are only three pros and, maybe, I can probably think of a hundred cons. I’m a felon. People hate me. I’m a pariah.
TOM : Here, in DC. That is why we have to move. And the rest? Dangerous job– fixable. Unmarried – totally fixable.
LIZ : Uh, unmarried was never a part of my list.
TOM : Well, a guy can dream. Can’t he?
LIZ : Yeah. Yeah, they’re – they’re all fixable, Tom, except for one – Reddington.
TOM : We can get away from him.
LIZ : His life, my life, is so filled with violence and anger and hatred and death. How can I bring a child into that world? My world.
TOM : Our world, Liz. Not his. Ours.
LIZ : This is why I didn’t want to tell you. I knew you’d be so annoyingly positive.
TOM : What, you don’t want to be positive?
LIZ : I don’t want to be naive!
TOM : Just promise me that you’ll keep an open mind. All right? About Boston and us and the little one.

Liz reads the list and laughs

TOM : What?

LIZ : I’m pretty sure I put question marks next to your name.
TOM : Did you?
LIZ : Yeah.
TOM : That’s weird, ’cause it looks like you changed your mind. Huh.

The question marks have been written over with exclamation marks
Liz laughs

LIZ :Oh, my God.

RED'S SAFEHOUSE

Red is seated in a straight-back chair in a room barren except for another chair to which a man is tied. Red’s face is wracked with pain, regret, sadness, loss.  

RED : I’m a violent man. I’ve taken on a life that requires it. I hurt people. I kill people. And each time I do, in that moment, another part of me dies along with them.When I was young, I romanticized the life of an outlaw. Bad guys. That was a long time ago.
DEMBE : Raymond.
RED : Yes.

Dembe hands the phone to Red. It's Liz

LIZ : The Vehm are hunting pedophiles. William Dowd’s daughter confirmed that’s what her father was.
RED : You just won’t rest, will you?
LIZ : I’m pregnant, not sick. Besides, you’re the one who said there’s a fight coming that can’t be avoided.
RED : Tell me about the other victims.
LIZ : They were never charged with any crimes, but hidden in their backgrounds are whispered accusations – incidents that were swept under the rug.
RED : So your theory is that someone has reorganized a 15th-Century cult to hunt and kill pedophiles.
LIZ : It fits the fact pattern.
RED : Not all of them. My associate, Mr. Weston, the man who started us down this road, was many things, but a pedophile was not one of them. I saw his dark side, and it did not involve children.
LIZ : What did it involve? Maybe that’s where we should look.
RED : You’re right. Of course.
LIZ : What? Of course what?
RED : Thank you, Lizzy.

Red hangs up. The man in front of him is bruised and bloody.

RED : You attacked a pregnant woman, broke three of her ribs, battered her so badly she was left lying unconscious in a grocery-store parking lot.

Red shoots him 
To Dembe

RED : Call Mr. Kaplan from the car. We need to find Gerald Sullivan.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

ARAM : So, uh, our metallurgist broke down the lead that was found on William Dowd. A specific dye was added to deepen the gray scale.
SAMAR : Was it traceable?
ARAM : To an online company. They made many sales, but only one stands out – the St. James shelter. It’s a halfway house for ex-cons in Philadelphia. They use the lead to make religious jewelry. Could be a location for the Vehm.
SAMAR : Ressler and I will check it out.
ARAM : Right. You and Ressler.
SAMAR : I know. It’s strange. But he got me my job back.
ARAM : Did he?
SAMAR : In the status report he submitted to Cooper, he lobbied for me. He didn’t have to, and he did.
ARAM : Well, I can’t imagine it was difficult to write nice things. I’m glad he did.Someone needed to.

ST JAMES SHELTER

When Ressler and Navabi arrive, there's nobody in the main room

 RESSLER: Where’d everybody go?

Distant screaming
In the basement, they find a tortured body

RESSLER: Holy–

A man attacks Ressler and Navabi kills him

RESSLER: Damn it.

Noises in the corridor
Samar fights with someone and wound him but he is alive

RESSLER: Navabi! Hey, Navabi!You okay?
SAMAR : Yes. Thank you for asking.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION/ OUTSIDE A CELL

LIZ : Ressler’s running his prints. Should have an ID soon.
SAMAR : He’s a zealot, like my brother. A true believer who twists the gospel to justify murder. I don’t need to know his name to know who he is.
LIZ : The files you found at St. James contain detailed accounts of the victims. The research they did was extensive. They found details local cops clearly missed.
ARAM : ME finished the autopsies on the three Vehm found at the scene. Says he’s ready for a show-and-tell. Seemed pretty excited about it.

MORGUE

MEDICAL EXAMINER (ME): Okay. Okay, okay, yes. I admit, three fully shaved dudes is kind of weird. It’s not something you see every day, but then . Well, then there’s something that you almost never see.
SAMAR : You’ve never seen a eunuch?
ME : W-well, no. I- I’ve seen a eunuch before. In fact, I’ve seen more eunuchs than I care to admit.
SAMAR : Are they all eunuchs?
ME : Sliced and diced. But the beauty part – and I use that term advisedly, of course – is that it’s self-inflicted.
SAMAR : He did this to himself?
ME : They all did. Ouch !

Cellphone rings, Samar answers

SAMAR : Yeah?
RESSLER: Prints came back. The guy’s name is Harlan Holt. He served seven years at Cumberland for, uh– get this– sexual assault of a minor.
SAMAR : So he’s a pedophile.
RESSLER: Who got early release by agreeing to castration to mitigate his deviant desires.
SAMAR : The Vehm at the morgue are castrated as well.
RESSLER: So the Vehm are pedophiles, and their victims are pedophiles.
SAMAR : It’s monsters hunting monsters.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION/ A CELL

RESSLER: Let’s talk about Bobby Sanders. He was 12. You were his teacher. He trusted you, and then you exploited that trust. We know who you are, Mr. Holt.
HOLT : My brothers and I are defenders of the innocent. We subjected ourselves to mutilation in order to cleanse impure thoughts, allowing us to embody God’s will on Earth. We are the protectors of the children.
RESSLER: Well, we got the case files that you kept on your victims. You should tell us about them, these sinners.
HOLT : William Dowd. Hid behind the make-up of a clown. Always chose the weakest child, the one who was too scared to tell.
RESSLER: What about Arthur Shepherd?
HOLT : A counselor for children with special needs. The system did nothing despite an eyewitness.
LIZ : What do you mean, did nothing? Was the case thrown out?
HOLT : No charges were ever filed. There’s no justice in your justice system. So we provide it.

 

 

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

LIZ : An eyewitness to the abuse of a child with special needs, and no charges were filed? That makes no sense.
RESSLER: Case file on Shepherd includes the eyewitness account.
LIZ : How do they have case files? They’re not cops. Where did they get them? Who did they get them from? Who took the eyewitness statement?
RESSLER: ADA in Baltimore – Peter Levy.
LIZ : We need to call him, see if it ever happened. I doubt it did.
RESSLER: Where are you going with this?
LIZ : The Vehm are zealots. They’ll kill anyone they’re told is a pedophile. What if someone’s telling them people are pedophiles that aren’t? Reddington says his friend wasn’t. What if the person bringing these case reports is someone with their own agenda and they’re using the Vehm to carry it out?

 WOODS
Red in the woods where a couple are camping. The woman is tied up with tape over her mouth

RED : My, God. Gerald, burying your business in the dirt like a dog. How the mighty have fallen. What the hell is this? A terrible time of year to go camping, but I suppose we do what we must when we’re on the run. Brenda and I were just catching up. She’s not hungry, but I noticed you packed some bratwurst and couldn’t resist. I do love a good cookout.
GERALD SULLIVAN : Red it’s not what you think.
RED : I think you had Weston killed, and Locke, Bosker, Hundly. Someone is clearing the playing field, Gerald, and my money is on you.
SULLIVAN : Locke and Bosker? They laundered for the cartels. Hundly cleaned cash for the sex trade. I handled white-collar crime.
RED : I know how the market was divided. In fact, I was impressed by how well you co-existed with your competitor– until now. You got greedy, Gerald.
SULLIVAN : I’m not on the run because I killed my competitors. I’m on the run because I don’t want to be killed by the people who did. Red, you know me. You know Brenda. You really think we’d be living in the Bentley if we didn’t have to?
RED : If you’re not controlling the Vehm, then who is?
SULLIVAN : I’m a dead man if I say.

Red, threatening with a meat fork

RED : I came here for one thing, but I’ve decided I’m gonna leave with two. The first is the name of the person who controls the Vehm.
SULLIVAN : And the second?
RED :  A song, Gerald. I so wanted to be a scout– tying knots, the Pinewood Derby, and the campfire songs. Oh, those songs. I keep trying to explain to Dembe, but I’m no singer. Just one song!Ah!
SULLIVAN : ♪ Michael, row your boat ashore
RED  Yes!
SULLIVAN & BRENDA : ♪ Hallelujah Michael, row the boat ashore
RED : Right?

Red laughs

SULLIVAN : Hallelujah. ♪ Sister, help to trim the sails hallelujah. Sister, help to trim the sails–
DEMBE : That’s enough.
RED : Okay, then. Just the name.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION/ INTERROGATION ROOM

HARLAN (one of Vehm): That’s impossible.
LIZ : That file. Your file– it says the eyewitness in the Shepherd case gave his statement to a Baltimore ADA by the name of Peter Levy. We called the Baltimore District Attorney. There is no Peter Levy. Once we found out that case was false, we looked at the others. Jared Locke’s victim? Well, he doesn’t exist. You were given a screen grab of a model from a children’s clothing website. You killed William Bosker for molesting his nephew in Akron, Ohio, on June 23rd? Well, the State Department said that he was living in London at the time. You’re being manipulated. We need you to tell us by who.
HARLAN : That’s a trust I can’t betray.
RESSLER: He’s betrayed yours. Why don’t you tell us before someone else is murdered?
HARLAN : You don’t understand. It’s too late.
RESSLER: What do you mean? Too late?
HARLAN : We received a new file yesterday. There’s a benefit at Cleveland high school tonight.
RESSLER: Okay, you need to tell me who the target is. Think back, Harlan. Think hard. I need a name.
HARLAN : James Wagner.
LIZ : I’m gonna ask you one last time. Who gave you these files?

A CHURCH

RED : Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A priest, a eunuch, and a pedophile walk into a bar–
CARDINAL : Excuse me? Who are you? What are you doing here?
RED : I’m here to offer you the sacrament of confession. I’ll be your Father Confessor. I know, the hypocrisy is staggering.

OUTSIDE A SCHOOL

RESSLER: This is James Wagner. We have reason to believe that there’s an imminent threat on his life.

IN THE SCHOOL

WOMAN : The Principal is gonna speak first. He’s gonna talk about your charitable donations and the scholarship program before the big announcement that the auditorium is being named in your honor.
WAGNER : I need a smoke. I’ll be back in five.
WOMAN : I don’t think you’re supposed to smoke on a school campus.
WAGNER : Oh, what are they gonna do, suspend me?

A CHURCH

RED :You know what my problem with religion is? Man. Like anything that has a potential to be beautiful, man will turn it into something ugly. For every saint, there are two million sinners.
CARDINAL : Which are you?
RED : Like you, I’m a sinner– an envious one, I might add, as my transgressions are not nearly as divine as the ones you’ve been guilty of during the years you’ve been associated with the Vatican Bank.
CARDINAL : I’m afraid you were misinformed. I did work with the Bank to bring an end to an unfortunate era of waste and corruption.
RED : Ah.Generally speaking, I’m not a huge fan of the incorruptible, but your new pontiff? He is not your father’s holy father. He has an undeniable decency, which you sorely lack.Yes. At his instruction, you helped to root out corruption so that the Vatican Bank would no longer be in the money-laundering business, but to paraphrase Aristotle, corruption abhors a vacuum. So you moved right in. You and your little band of eunuchs. Kudos on that, by the way. Gathering sick men, tricking them into thinking they’re killing pedophiles when, in fact, they’re killing money launderers whose business you covet?
CARDINAL : The Vehm cleanse the world of God’s mistakes. Their other targets are necessary sacrifices for the good of the holy church.
RED :  No sin in murder or money laundering, so long as it serves our Father here on Earth or you.

IN THE SCHOOL

RESSLER: Donald Ressler, FBI. I understand you’re James Wagner’s Assistant.
ASSISTANT : I am. Is-is something wrong?
RESSLER: I need to see him right now.
ASSISTANT : Okay. He stepped out.
RESSLER: Call him.
ASSISTANT : He has me hold his phone. He says it messes up the lines in his suit.

A CHURCH

CARDINAL : I have nothing to confess to you.
RED : Oh, that. I wasn’t really interested in hearing it. Although I suppose life in the abbey must be full of intrigue. What I am interested in is a proposition. Care to hear it?

Wagner is walking through the corridors of the school at night. Silhouette of Wagner met with that of a child looking at him

CARDINAL : You have a job for the Vehm?
RED : I do. One that should appeal to you. It’s a money launderer– a formidable player who presents a significant obstacle to anyone interested in clearing the playing field.
CARDINAL : Who is it?
RED : Contact the Vehm. Tell them to meet us here. I’ll explain everything then. Not before.
CARDINAL : They’re busy.
RED : Mm. The FBI raided their chamber of horrors– killed one, captured some others. They’ll talk. And when they do, they’ll talk about you. So, my proposition is this. Do what I’m asking, do it now, and I’ll make sure you go someplace quiet where the FBI will never find you.

IN THE SCHOOL
 Wagner’s assistant running through school’s darkened halls, followed by Ressler

WAGNER'S ASSISTANT : Up here! Around the corner!

Wagner is leaning back against a wall, hyperventilating

RESSLER: What happened?
WAGNER : I- I, I don’t know. I don’t know.
YOUNG WOMAN : We heard some kind of fight, but when we got here, he was alone.

Ressler notices Wagner’s still burning cigarette on the floor

CARDINAL RICHARDS'S OFFICE

SAMAR : Reddington?
RED : Ladies! What a pleasant surprise. Especially you, Agent Keen. I didn’t expect to see you in the field.
LIZ : Well, I am a consultant. I came to consult with Cardinal Richards.
SAMAR : Are you drinking communion wine?
RED : Yes. God, it’s god-awful. If they’d only switch to a good Burgundy, people would be much more devout.
LIZ : Where is the cardinal?
RED : Ugh! Meeting with congregants. Something about church finances.

Cardinal in car, metal mask on head, surrounded by the Vehm

OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL
Wagner is under arrest

WAGNER : What, you’re arresting me for smoking?
RESSLER: Smoking on school grounds is a public health law violation.
WAGNER : I was attacked.
RESSLER: We’re searching for the people who assaulted you.
WAGNER : Exactly. Yes, those nutjobs assaulted me. I’m the victim.
RESSLER: Today you are. But the people who victimized you? Those nutjobs? They go after two types of people– pedophiles and money launderers.
WAGNER : I am not a pedophile!
RESSLER: Then maybe you launder money. But thanks to you lighting up, I can hold you until we find out. Watch your head, pal.

CARDINAL RICHARDS'S OFFICE

SAMAR : The Vehm are the congregants the cardinal is meeting with. Do they know he deceived them?
RED : Yes. I’ve done business with a few of the people they were tricked into killing. So it was easy enough to provide the details necessary to show them they’d been terribly misled.
LIZ : Where did they take him?
RED : I have no idea.
LIZ : They’re gonna kill him.
RED : Probably. Hell hath no fury like a fundamentalist scorned.
SAMAR : How did you contact the Vehm?
RED : The cardinal did it for me. He was quite excited about it, actually. In exchange for the promise to keep the FBI from finding him, he agreed to sic the Vehm on one last money launderer. I omitted the fact that the cleaner he was inviting the Vehm to kill was, in fact, himself.♤
LIZ : The cardinal took out the others in order to expand his business. Did you take him out to expand yours?
RED : Yes.To raise capital in preparation for war.
SAMAR : What war?
RED : Ours.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION

 RESSLER: Holt just gave us a detailed list of every member of the Vehm. So it’ll just be a matter of time before we have them all in custody.
LIZ : Anything on Cardinal Richards?
RESSLER: Nothing yet, but Main Justice has confirmed that he used various charities to launder profits from offshore gambling, so All in all, I’d say it was a pretty good day.
SAMAR : Liz, could you give us a second? Yeah, of course.

Liz is gone

SAMAR : Listen, I know I’ve been prickly with you, and I’m sorry. I read what you wrote about me in the status report, and I just wanted to thank you.
RESSLER: I didn’t write about you in the status report.
SAMAR : The report you submitted to Cooper. You lobbied to get my job back.
RESSLER: I don’t know who told you that, but, uh, I didn’t lobby Cooper to get your job back, because I didn’t believe that you should’ve gotten it back.
SAMAR : I see.
RESSLER: I mean, look, it’s nothing personal, but with Reddington being such a wild card, the rest of us need to know where we stand. I’m not so sure I know with you.
SAMAR : Okay, well, it’s nothing personal, but you sucked in bed.

LIZ'S NEW APARTMENT/HAIR SALON

Tom is in Liz's apartment and on phone with her

LIZ : So, how’d it go?
TOM : The job fell through.
LIZ : I don’t understand. I thought you already had it.
TOM : I did.
LIZ : Reddington.
TOM : It doesn’t matter. I’ll figure something else out.
LIZ : Which he’ll find out about and then sabotage, especially if it means me going away. I know you think I’m overreacting, – but I just want to know that my –
TOM : Our kid.
LIZ : I want to know my kid is protected.
TOM : He or she will be, Liz, by me. By us. Look, I have something else lined up, all right? It’s just gonna take me some time to get it going. I do have some say in whether or not we put our child up for adoption. If what I’m gonna try falls through, if Reddington interferes, then maybe you’re right. Maybe I’ll be okay with it, but I’m not right now.
TOM : I’ll be back tomorrow. Can we talk about it then?
LIZ : Sure.
TOM : I wish you didn’t have to go home to that empty apartment.
LIZ : I don’t know. I’m kind of into empty. I get to take my time. Fill it with what I want. Make it my own. A new start.


HAIR SALON

MAN : Okay.You ready?
LIZ : Yeah.
MAN : What are we gonna do with you today?
LIZ : Oh – !

LIZ'S NEW APARTMENT

Door opens, closes. Liz has brunette hair again. Red is seated on new couch in Liz’s apartment

LIZ : What are you doing here?

Red, referring to Liz 's hair style

RED : I missed you.
LIZ : Yeah, I, uh, dyed my hair to hide. I don’t need to hide anymore.
RED : Lizzy, I misspoke earlier about your child. I said that having it would be inconvenient.
LIZ : You got me a couch.
RED :  When your mother was pregnant with you, it was terribly inconvenient. The Cold War was ending... Her country was falling apart... Everything she had ever known.... She dreaded having a child... Almost aborted it. Not one day of her pregnancy did she ever think of you as anything but a curse... And then, from the second you were born there was never a day when she ...thought you were anything but a blessing. In my experience, there is never a convenient time to have a child. It certainly isn’t a convenient time for you. But if in saying that, I left you with the impression that I didn’t think you should have your baby, I’m sorry for that, because nothing could be further from the truth.
LIZ : Tom.
RED : What I did was for your protection.
LIZ : Taking his job away.
RED : I’m not a threat to your safety, Lizzy, or your child’s. On the contrary, I can guarantee it, but I cannot do that if you run away.
LIZ : You’re the only reason I need protection.
RED : I wish it were that simple.
LIZ : I think you should leave.
RED : Yeah. Oh, I should probably mention, I booked a pregnancy massage for you. She’ll be here at 9:00. Her name’s Edwina, she’s a registered nurse, and she smells absolutely divine.

Referring to the couch he buys

RED : I hope it goes with the rest of your stuff. I’m told it pulls out.

FBI SPECIAL OPS DIVISION/ARAM'S DESK

 SAMAR : Thank you, Aram.
ARAM : You’re welcome. Uh, what for, exactly?
SAMAR : I know it was you who wrote about me in Ressler’s report.
ARAM : Oh. That. Too many gerunds?
SAMAR : He didn’t even know. What did you do, hack into his computer?
ARAM : Look, I know it was the wrong thing to do, but this task force needs you.
SAMAR : I don’t deserve a friend like you.
ARAM : Maybe not. Um You have one.
COOPER : Cardinal Richards. They found him.

Cardinal Richards is dead

Later, Aram is alone, almost, in darkened Post Office, ready to leave. He notices light and activity in Cooper’s office, decides to drop by

Knock on door

ARAM : Oh, uh, sir, I didn’t– I didn’t know that–
COOPER : It’s okay, Aram. It’s fine.
ARAM : Are you, uh– Are you sleeping here?
COOPER : Charlene and I have separated. I’m looking for a place. Until I find one–
ARAM : I am so sorry.
COOPER : Yeah. I am too. Want a drink?

Cooper, offering him drink of Scotch

ARAM : Yeah, I don’t — But I do have some limeade in the fridge downstairs, along with these cherry turnovers that Agent Keen brought in that are amazing. Should I bring them up?
COOPER : Sure, why not? And Aram –
ARAM : Yeah.
COOPER : If you could keep this between us.
ARAM : Of course. Women.

ZOE'S APARTMENT

  Knock on door

LIZ : Zoe, it’s your neighbor, Liz. Could use some company.

Door opens. It’s Baz, one of Red’s guys

LIZ : Where’s Zoe?
BAZ : Reddington moved her out. Got her a bigger apartment.
LIZ : Why?
BAZ : For your security. We’ll keep a man in this apartment 24 hours a day. Anybody who wants to get you will have to come past us... Nice hair.

LIZ'S NEW APARTMENT

 On phone

LIZ : Hello, my name is Elizabeth Keen. I’m calling about my pregnancy. My child. If- if you could please call me at 202-555-0143. It’s about an adoption. Giving up my child.

 

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


 

 

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