Berlin Station (2016) s02e03 Episode Script

Right to the Heart

1 Previously, on "Berlin Station" Katerina Gerhardt is seeking to up the ante on the spike in far-right hate crimes across Europe.
[SPEAKING GERMAN] She intends to swing the election by violent means.
We need a camera in her home.
Ester Krug has asked for our help.
We have a rookie who is eager to gain experience in the field, and an experienced agent with a lot of wisdom to impart.
April, we have a problem.
Get out of there now.
[SPEAKING GERMAN] - Who is he? - Josef Emmerich.
Gerhardt's political advisor.
Why is an American woman outside the house of Katerina Gerhardt two weeks before the election? I think you should leave.
Let me buy you coffee sometime.
In case you change your mind.
You look like you could use a drink.
- That an invitation? - I don't know.
Does the new COS deign to throw one back with her deputy? Congrats on the ambassadorship.
There's talk of having our own intelligence outfit, sourced by the State Department.
Perfect fit for an old pro like you.
Don't answer now.
Think about it.
What the fuck are you doing here? You created the identity of a gunrunner called Andrew Chevalier.
I need you to wake him up right now.
The people behind me will kill us if you don't play along.
I apologize for the intrusion.
- Mr - Chevalier.
We think he's planning an attack to swing the election.
All we need is for him to place an order.
- Did you two get any work done? - Yes, we did.
Is it an order we can fill? I've assured Mr.
Ganz here we can get it all to Berlin by the 21st.
That's ten days.
[DAVID BOWIE'S "I'M AFRAID OF AMERICANS"] Johnny's in America, Lo Teks at the wheel Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na I'm afraid of Americans I'm afraid of the world I'm afraid I can't help it I'm afraid I can't I'm afraid of Americans I'm afraid of the world I'm afraid I can't help it I'm afraid I can't I'm afraid of Americans That was quite a line you used to get me here.
You haven't heard that one before? - No.
- Under the circumstances, I thought the direct approach was best.
Well, there's direct, and there's showing up on my doorstep completely unannounced.
Sorry, I didn't mean to scare you.
[CHUCKLING] Oh, I don't scare easily.
- I don't have long.
Yeah, and I don't trust these shitty IR links, - so keep it short and sweet.
- I'm in Spain.
What the fuck are you doing in Spain? It's a long story.
Otto placed an order.
He wants 120 kilos of Semtex.
I just heard from Daniel.
- Good? Bad? - Both.
Not a proposal, but perhaps a proposition.
Open it.
The bug you planted at Mrs.
Gerhardt's house.
- I did no such thing.
- I thought you'd want it back CIA property and everything.
Stating the obvious: Emmerich knows that I'm CIA.
So if your cover's been blown, what about the rest of us? Has the PfD figured out that we're targeting them? Emmerich's done his homework.
He has resources.
How do we know the PfD isn't running him into us to try and figure out what we're up to? I think we should stick it out.
Let's see if he offers himself up as an agent.
And so what's the proposition? Katerina Gerhardt has many secrets.
We can't go about uncovering them this way.
[CHUCKLING] "We"? I thought I was out of options.
Then you walked into the picture, and I knew I had found my chance.
A chance at what? To purge my party of its unsavory elements.
Other elements besides Katerina Gerhardt? Yes, well Otto Ganz.
If stopping them is what your team here hopes to accomplish, then we have a common objective.
We're trying to tie Gerhardt to Ganz, correct? And Josef has basically all but confirmed that.
And then we get Daniel's phone call this morning, - from Spain, with Ganz's orders.
- Exactly.
And that timing isn't suspicious to you? Depends on how you look at it.
I see it as confirmation.
And why should I trust you? I could ask you the same question.
Your organization isn't exactly known for its trustworthy qualities.
But I think if we work together, we would make a great team.
[CHUCKLES] Or that's what you would like me to think.
If I wanted to stop you, Valerie, why would I invite you to tonight's party at PfD headquarters after the debate? Will you come? I'll add you to the guest list either way.
The choice is yours.
It's been a pleasure.
At the end of the day today, as a matter of fact we have to make a decision.
Do I go with him to this event, or do I not? If he burns you, Valerie, we're done.
Well, yes, but if he helps us to burn Gerhardt and Ganz, then they're done.
I say you suit up.
- I respectfully dissent.
- Noted.
Come in here a sec, will you? Robert, please give us a moment.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Fill this in for me, please.
Any little thing you can find on Josef Emmerich.
- Thanks, April.
- Thank you.
[KEYPAD BEEPING] You seem to have a bead on Emmerich.
I think I do.
In that case, let the agency take care of anything you need for tonight.
On their dime? [CHUCKLES] That's a first.
To be very clear, we both know the company line on honey traps.
Yes, backwards and forwards.
And you've read my file, so you know that, despite agency policy I do have experience.
Is this where we awkwardly trade war stories? It's where I say I trust your judgment.
Thank you.
I appreciate that.
I'm gonna pass.
I'll just I'll handle it myself, if that's all right.
As you see fit.
Oh, um I think it might not be a bad idea to have April come along as ground support.
Yeah, absolutely.
- You'll bring her up to speed? - Sure.
[DOOR CLICKS SHUT] [LOW AMBIENT MUSIC] [WATER RUNNING] So was it just cabin fever that got you out the door, or have you considered my offer? No, I have.
I have.
Not that I understand what it would entail.
Then let's dispense with generalities, shall we? That's what I was hoping for.
There's an event tonight at the PfD headquarters post-debate rah-rah to rally the troops in the homestretch before election day, with lots of continental support on hand: Italy's Lega Nord, France's National Front, Danish People's Party.
Oh, it sounds like a barrel of laughs.
[SPEAKING GERMAN] Well, I'd I'd like you to go.
Me? With you? No, I have a previous engagement.
Plus, my being seen there so close to the election, it, uh it could appear biased.
Are you familiar with Nick Fischer, Oslo Chief of Station? In name only.
I caught wind of the fact that he's due to be there, but for some reason didn't request country clearance for his Berlin trip, as is the custom.
That's between you and BB Yates.
- That's her domain.
[CHUCKLES] - Well, Steven I see fit to make this one your domain.
Why? I have my reasons not to trust your former ball team these days.
[TENSE MUSIC] - And those reasons being? - Gut instinct.
[SIGHS] Richard, a personality clash with Robert Kirsch is not an excuse for a power grab.
Last I recall, the ambassador is the one with ultimate power.
And if Fischer's up to something on my turf, I want to know what.
Um Norway has an election coming up.
Maybe he's he's here to take the temperature.
It's all guesswork until we find out.
Eyes and ears on Fischer.
- That's it? - Don't make it sound so easy.
Word is, he's a bit off his rocker.
BB, Ester.
What? Why the urgency? My asset just flew out to Spain with Otto Ganz to place an order for Semtex.
We just got the same call from Daniel.
Great, so everything's basically on track.
Who's Andrew Chevalier? - I'm sorry? - Andrew Chevalier.
The supposed weapons dealer Daniel has tapped.
- No idea.
Robert? - No.
If this is a joint operation, there cannot be any wildcards that I'm not aware of.
Daniel had to think on his feet.
We didn't even have a chance to sign off.
[CHUCKLES] I hope this is not meant to reassure me.
What should reassure you, Ester, is the fact that, thanks to us, you are now far closer to stopping Otto Ganz than you were two weeks ago, so you're welcome.
Let's hope you're right about that.
Holy fucking mother of God.
What, you know Chevalier? I know the man behind the alias: Hector fucking DeJean.
DeJean? I thought DeJean made for the hills after his little stunt in Saudi at least, that's what I read in the station report, but I mean, if it gets the job done at the end of the day, does it matter that it's DeJean? Yeah, it does, actually.
There are things about Hector you don't know.
- Like what? - Like never mind, all right? Excuse me "never mind"? Are you serious? - Is that an order? - Okay, listen.
Doing whatever it takes to get the job done is not how we work around here.
I personally like to draw the line between rogue and reckless.
"How we work around here" is my call, not yours.
Oh, BB, come on.
You say Emmerich, I say enigma.
Aspiring writer turned politician? Ex-liberal, now super conservative.
And he goes to church, but he did his PhD on Nietzsche.
It's weird.
Oh, I've seen weirder.
Anything else? At one time, it was rumored that behind his politics lay a gay man, buried in a right-wing closet.
Hence the late marriage.
And the no kids.
Okay, I need you to keep digging.
- I need it for tonight.
- Tonight? Yes, you're coming with me to the post-debate party at PfD headquarters.
Since when? Since I told BB that I wanted you there as ground support.
After our last one, I wasn't sure, you know where I stand.
If you're looking for compliments, April, you'll have to look elsewhere.
But I did see something in you.
- What? - Potential.
And a tendency to go off-script, so I need to know that you can stick to the plan.
What plan? Yes.
Thank you.
[SOFT POP MUSIC PLAYING] Can I help you find something? Yes, I'm looking for something for evening? Cocktail, classic? More business or pleasure? Um I have an idea.
This is one of my favorites.
[LAUGHS SOFTLY] Is it a special occasion? I think perhaps something more more business.
Yes, of course.
How does it look? Fine.
There's always this one, still.
You could just try it on.
[SPEAKING GERMAN] [APPLAUSE ON TELEVISION] [PHONE CHIMES] Probably won't leave the party, but just in case You see the blueprint for the PfD headquarters I sent? Yeah, saved and memorized.
Photographic memory? No, just pre-smartphone habits.
- You look great.
- Thanks.
- Wish me luck.
- I'll be right outside.
Valerie Edwards.
Thank you.
Your bag, please.
[TENSE MUSIC] You made it.
I'm glad.
- It's quite a turnout.
- How do you say in English she "killed it" at the debate.
Don't worry.
You're safe.
[SPEAKING GERMAN] I'd like you to meet Valerie Edwards.
Office of Regional Affairs, U.
- It's a pleasure.
- Yes.
Josef mentioned you.
Kind terms, I hope.
A friend of the White House is a friend of ours.
[CHUCKLES] [SPEAKING GERMAN] Forgive me for taking him away.
Oh, no please, take.
I'll be right back.
- Nick Fischer? - Who's asking? Steven Frost.
Berlin COS Emeritus.
- Frost.
- Yeah.
Ousted COS is more like it, no? Uh, well, either way, I'm gonna keep my hand here until you shake it, so [SIGHS] Figured they would have chased you out of Berlin after that whole saga.
Well, that saga did prove me innocent.
Besides, I think this town's seen worse.
[CHUCKLES] So how are things at Oslo Station? Sorry? Um nothing official.
You know.
What's the weather like? Right now, it's it's feeling pretty cloudy.
- Can I buy you a free drink? - I'm good.
Hey, stranger.
Hey, Steven.
So what's a lefty like you doing in a right-wing dump like this? [LAUGHS] Oh, you know, trolling.
You? Well, you know, I'm a little more conservative.
You know that.
Please tell me you're not helping this party.
Well, are you trying to hurt it? You know I can't talk about that.
Yeah, I do.
I've been reminded of that a lot recently.
Listen I never got a chance to apologize [STIRRING STRING CHORDS] For Clare, for the mall op all of it.
I think we all have a lot to apologize for.
[QUIETLY] You know? - Hector? - [SCOFFS] Yeah.
Can I tell you something? I don't I don't know what BB Yates has you doing here, but I can't imagine it's with the endorsement from back home, so just be careful.
You have enough to worry about with this new ambassador.
Thank you.
Will you will you give Kelly my love? Absolutely.
[DOOR CLICKS SHUT] [SPEAKING GERMAN] [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] [JOSEF SPEAKING IN GERMAN DISTANTLY] [EXCITING MUSIC] [DOOR OPENS] Hello? [SIGHS] What are you doing? [WHISPERING] What does it look like I'm doing? We do it my way, okay? Not your way.
Your little speech was the perfect distraction.
You couldn't keep that going a little bit longer? My "little speech"? Now you insult me.
I cut it short to stop you from doing anything stupid.
I knew I shouldn't have come here.
[QUIETLY] I said we have to be careful.
Why did you ask me to come here tonight? [KATERINA SPEAKING IN GERMAN] Oh, we have company.
[SPEAKING IN GERMAN] What's this? - [STAMMERS] It - [INHALES] [BOTH LAUGHING] Josef has been gracious enough to give me a tour before I leave.
Ah, he's always the people-pleaser.
- What can I say? - [LAUGHS] Could I ask a huge favor? Would you mind taking a photo with me? I'd love to send it back to our friends in D.
Yes, would you mind? - Of course.
- [CHUCKLES] - Great.
- Thank you.
So, it's nice smile.
One, two, three.
That was close.
Too close.
Strange how the two of you showed up, one after the other.
What, you think I led her to you? Well, I don't know, Josef.
I don't know what to think.
But I would appreciate it if you would delete that photo immediately.
[PHONE BEEPS] [CROWD SHOUTING INDISTINCTLY] So that's it? We're done? If I'm not sure I can trust you, yes, we are done.
This is unbelievable.
The second time in two days I have saved you, and I'm the one who cannot be trusted.
Maybe we should settle this dispute over a nightcap.
I won't be charmed, Josef.
You don't scare, you won't be charmed What emotion can I elicit? All right.
[CROWD SHOUTING ANGRILY] [SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING] Any idea why rich people take so long to pee? The line was around the corner.
- 10:00.
- Oh, no.
BB, Kirsch.
I didn't expect to see you both here.
Thought we would show up, see what the fuss is all about.
Nothing like an Embassy hoedown to remind you what keeps bad catering in business.
And what is that, sarcasm? Robert has been in Berlin for a while now.
He's more accustomed to these events than some of us.
Maybe it's time someone had a change of scenery, then.
So how do you think Gerhardt will do? 15% of the vote? 20%? - Polls were predicting 9%.
- Oh, the press, is it? When's the last time the polls were right about anything except how distrusted they are? Gerhardt could be the best thing that happened to this country in decades.
Did you have a particular decade in mind, Ambassador? Don't bait me.
It's exactly that kind of thinking that wants to keep this country trapped in its past.
If you'll excuse us, we have a team meeting, 8:00.
We want to make sure we're at our best.
- Until the next one.
- Good night.
- But I wanted another drink.
- Good.
I know a wacky spot, and I've been wanting to check it out.
If there's one thing I can't tolerate, it's a bully.
And Hanes just stole our lunch money.
Well, we have to appear to do what he's asking.
Otherwise, he could send us home.
See, and there I was starting to think, this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
[LAUGHS] Did you just quote "Casablanca" at me? We'll always have Berlin.
[DANCE MUSIC PLAYING] Where is it? - Where's what? - Whatever tracking device is on you to let your people know where you are in case you are in trouble.
Oh, is this you admitting that you're trouble? Maybe, but not the kind of trouble you need to worry about.
I guess I'd like to feel that we don't have people following us to a nightcap.
Anything you make my business is their business.
Anything? Oh, right.
You "won't be charmed.
" At least there's enough space for a truck to pass between us.
[CHUCKLES] Oh, gotcha.
MENTAL NOTE: she enjoys a good joke.
[chuckling] Oh, mental note: he overrates his sense of humor.
[LAUGHS] Valerie, please.
Turn the device off.
Then we will know we can trust each other.
I'd do it for you.
Yeah, funny what a one-way street this is.
All the shit you people give NSA for inhuman intelligence.
A federal officer is off the radar.
- Is this the time for that? - [SIGHS] Where's the last place you saw her? The riverbank.
I'll send you the address.
Forget it, I have your pin.
- Close enough.
- That was fast.
But it's already been five minutes, maybe ten.
- We'll find her.
- Promise? Just give me her cell number.
So, Miss Yates how's the vibrant city of Berlin treating you - after one month? - In truth, I haven't seen much of it yet.
Well, if you ever need a tour guide I might take you up on that.
I might like it if you did.
Would you like to try my liver transplant? Oh, God.
Only if you'll have a taste of my hyper-bulimia.
- [LAUGHS] - You ready? - Three - Two, one.
[EXCITING MUSIC] You used to have to say a password to get in here.
It was "our secret.
" "Unser Geheimnis"? [BOTH CHUCKLE] So, whose secret is it tonight, Josef? Yours and mine, or yours and Katerina's? You still think this is all a setup? Well, I'd be a fool not to wonder especially considering your interactions - with each other.
- Oh.
Now I'm having an affair with her? Are you? [WHISPERING] No.
[WOMAN SINGING SOULFULLY] I'm just trying to uncover the real Josef Emmerich and his true motives.
Because, you see, you invited me to this event this evening.
You wanted me to see something, but you didn't want me to do anything.
You introduced me to Katerina, but you came very, very close to exposing me to her.
You say that you want me to bring her down, and yet I don't know, you seem to worship the ground that she walks on.
So, my question is what do you want, Josef? I like it when you say my name.
I want more of that.
Will you excuse me for a moment? I'm going to run to the ladies'.
April what is this, a fire drill? What happened to the tracking signal? I turned it off so I could gain his trust.
Well, how was I supposed to know that? You're absolutely right.
I should have told you.
I walked up and down every street within a ten-block radius.
I thought I screwed up.
April, you did everything right.
Except get a little ahead of yourself.
- That's all.
- Do you need me to stay? No, I think I've got this.
You two have a nice drink.
Thank you.
All I can do is sit Your invitation to the PfD tonight Yes, what about it? Does it still stand? [TENSE MUSIC] [DEVICE BEEPING] We're done.
Don't say that.
I thought this might only be the beginning.
- Josef - Yes, Valerie? [SOFTLY] Don't.
I just did.
Your turn.
No, no, no, no, no.
[DOOR OPENS, CLOSES] [KEYPAD BEEPS, DOOR BUZZES OPEN] What gives, old man? Why are you following me? Is this how you take me up on a free drink? [SIGHS] Don't bring a knife to a gunfight.
That would be stupid.
Is that how the CIA travel in the wild environs of Oslo? Just be glad I'm not here to kill you.
Oh, I am.
[CHUCKLES] But why are you here? In Berlin? And why is that any business of yours? Honestly? I miss the game.
[SIGHS] I know, it's pathetic.
It's really pathetic.
They put me out to pasture.
But corporate life is about as sterile as the apartment that comes with it, and tonight tonight, I got a whiff of the old life.
[SIGHS] I was I was talking to an ex-colleague before the event, and he had mentioned that you were going to be there tonight, so I saw you, and I knew you didn't have clearance.
So, the DNA kicked in.
Ambassador Hanes invited me, so tell your colleague not to get his panties bunched or her jockstrap.
Hanes Hanes invites you tonight? That's why you're here? He wants to know what to expect in Norway's elections, given the PfD's momentum here.
I'll show myself out.
[INHALES DEEPLY] [SIGHS] BB? [CHAIR HUMMING] [STRANGE RINGING MUSIC] [SIGHS] Just Are these fish? I don't want fish eating me oh, God.
- [SIGHS] Can I come in? - Yeah, come in.
- You alone? No.
Yeah no.
- I don't know.
- So, Robert Does the name Nick Fischer mean anything to you? Oslo COS? Does it? - No, why? - [GROANS] 'Cause I I ran into him last night.
The guy is the strangest dude.
And and my curiosity got the best of me, and I [CHUCKLES] I tried to surveil him.
And he slipped me like nobody's business, and well, then it was just humiliating.
Now I think I'm dreaming about the guy.
Really, I think I mean, I don't know what else it could possibly mean having my toes nibbled on in a fish spa.
Right, "fish"? Fischer, fish, Fischer.
And my doppelganger is he he's watching me.
[CHUCKLES] I'm not following anything that you're saying here, Steven.
I'm sorry.
You had a night last night.
What is this? What happened? Um that's a mess, is what it is.
Who is she? You promise you won't laugh at me? - Yeah.
- Yeah, well I kind of fucked the boss last night.
What? You're not you have nothing to say? Uh I'm just a little hurt you didn't try anything with me when I was chief.
[CHUCKLES] All right, it's not funny.
- [LAUGHING] - It's not this is not funny at all.
This is a big mess.
I got Noah coming into town.
What what are you doing? That's That's a Chateau le Puy.
- A what? - Chateau le Puy, and it's it's nine in the morning, Steven.
- [CORK POPS] - [SIGHS] Well then the hair of the dog just got hairier.
It's a very expensive bottle of wine.
Okay, that's good.
[KNOCKS SOFTLY] - Morning.
- Morning.
What brings you in the office on a Saturday? Well, a good supply of Aspirin - [LAUGHS] - If your head feels like mine.
Um you? Valerie's on her way in.
She got access to the Gerhardt files.
That's great.
Hey, um listen.
There's something I should tell you.
That sounds like the beginning of a herpes commercial.
- I hope it's not.
- No.
All I have is a kid.
And he's arriving in Berlin today.
Sounds fun.
For the fall semester.
Eighth grade.
You looking for some time off next week? What? No, I [STAMMERS] I just thought if Last night was the beginning of an affair there might be this little complication.
Well, I mean We went home together, drunk.
I'm not exactly moving in with you.
So, what? Are you saying that wouldn't have happened if we weren't drunk? I'm saying we're both single, middle-aged, and you have your life, I have my life.
And if ever we want to blow off some steam together we'll figure out the logistics.
That's good, yeah.
That's what I was thinking.
That's what I was trying to say.
Just when I thought I was done with this city.
No, but it isn't done with you.
Welcome back.
Back in one piece.
So what the fuck was that last night? Oh! Somebody got the job done.
"Find out what Nick Fischer's doing in Berlin.
" Well, I found out.
You invited him.
How'd you get him to talk? - Don't worry about it.
- Like getting back - on a bicycle? - It's more like a pie in the face.
That wasn't the point, Steven.
Anything else worth sharing? Like what? Like anything I might want to know.
Not that I can think of.
Not even that Valerie Edwards was there? You sent me, knowing she'd be there? I saw that her name was added to the guest list last minute which leads me to believe that BB Yates and Captain Kirsch are up to something they don't want me to know about.
Like I said, gut instinct.
So, this whole Fischer thing is just a it was a test to see if I'd snitch on Berlin Station? Your loyalties can't be my liabilities, Steven.
I gave 40-plus years to my country, and they practically handed me a death warrant as a thank-you note.
Now, the fact that I'm even considering serving it again that's loyalty.
That's fucking loyalty.
What are you you want a PI? Go look in the fucking Yellow Pages.
Now, that's the Steven Frost I want.
Just had to be sure he was still alive and well in his bespoke suits.
Coffee? Jesus.
[SIGHS] You excited to be with your old man in Berlin? Yeah.
[PHONE CHIMES] - Damn it.
- What? Nothing, just work stuff.
- Right.
- Shit.
Boring work stuff that, for some reason, - is always so urgent.
- Okay, Mr.
Player, you ready to go meet your new home? - Yeah.
- Let's do it.
Damn, the embassy pays for all this? Yeah, not bad, huh? Offsets the humble salary of a lowly civil servant.
The office of - what's it called again? - Regional Affairs.
- Local BS? - What's the supposed to mean? [PHONE CHIMES] - You gonna check that? - Check what? - Your phone.
- Not if I don't want to.
But if you have to Um so, this is what we're gonna do.
Did you sleep on the plane? No.
You're gonna take a nap, I'm gonna run out for a few.
I'll be right back, and we're gonna go out to brunch.
Okay? Whatever you say, Dad.
- Hey, Noah - [HUFFS] Same old, same old.
[DOOR SLAMS] Valerie.
- April.
- I was gonna wait till Monday, but I wanted to thank you.
For pulling me in on the operation.
No need.
You did me a solid.
I know sometimes I say things I shouldn't speak out of school when I should just shut up and listen.
I'll see you Monday.
Hey, Valerie.
Come on in.
Thought you might like to see this in person more than hear about it on the phone.
I'm on the right track.
You don't seem to see it the same way I do.
It's a big win on your part.
Well, I guess experience has taught me never to get ahead of myself.
We now have a window into PfD accounts thanks to you.
We know Otto Ganz's order.
We set up the weapon exchange with Daniel.
We track these accounts, live, during the sting op, and if our suspicions hold true, we catch Katerina Gerhardt and the PfD in one nasty act of would-be terrorism.
And the rest was almost history.
There is one account that won't decrypt, so we're not there yet.
How was Josef? Good.
Let's keep him in play.
I appreciate it.
Daniel? [OMINOUS MUSIC] Hello, Robert.
What the fuck are you doing here? Helping you out.
Or hadn't you heard? I don't need your fucking help.
Oh, I beg to differ.
I'm the reason - this mission is going ahead.
- You're not the reason for shit.
Stay the fuck out of my face, Thomas Shaw.
Or I'll turn you in to rot in jail for the rest of your fucking life.
That's a two-way street, boss.
See, if I expose this little rogue operation of yours, you're done unless pushing paper back at Langley's how you wanna sail into the sunset.
Besides Shaw is dead and gone.
Now it's Andrew Chevalier.
You think this is fucking funny? No, I think we have a pretty serious deal to work out here, and these are my terms.
I will see things through, keep trotting out Chevalier, be a good soldier, and when I'm done, you will get all my restrictions lifted the travel bans, the frozen accounts, the black mark on my record.
What makes you think I would agree to a deal like that? Because Otto Ganz is counting on me, which means you are too, right? I missed you.
[POP MUSIC PLAYING] Back again? - Guess I couldn't stay away.
- [LAUGHS] - How was the suit? - Good.
But You need something better than "fine.
" Just in case I might need it.
Now, there was there was something you showed me yesterday.
Yeah, I remember.
This is the one, no? Yeah, that's the one.