Leverage s02e06 Episode Script

The Top Hat Job

- Dr.
Jameson.
- Mr.
Casten, you scared me.
Only the IT department is allowed in the server room.
Oh, I didn't wanna bother them.
I was just trying to copy some old research documents.
What are you doing here? Over the last month, our head of security, Mr.
Markland, has been tracking illegal activity in our databases.
Now, you haven't seen anything suspicious up here, have you? No, that's I just lost some documents.
- Flash drive.
- Hmm.
Dr.
Jameson, you're gonna need to come with Find her.
Hurry up.
Come on.
Going down.
This is Markland, I need ground level security.
Hello.
- Is this Leigh Jameson? - Yes it is.
Who is this? This is Forrent Alarm Systems.
Ma'am, your home alarm has been activated.
What? Which may indicate a break-in or a home invasion.
Female.
Blonde.
Wearing a white lab coat.
Exiting elevator bank A.
Hey you, with the blonde ponytail, stop right there.
- But why? - You're coming with me.
Come on.
The rich and powerful, they take what they want.
We steal it back for you.
Sometimes bad guys make the best good guys.
We provide leverage.
So, when I got back home yesterday, my place was trashed.
But the only thing stolen was my hard drive.
I'm gonna stay with friends for now.
Just in case.
What is it that you have on Lillian Foods? About a month ago, one of our quality control inspectors found salmonella bacteria on a shipment of frozen dinners.
- Here you are, ma'am.
- Thank you.
It's been a rough week.
Bartender.
Thanks.
- One more.
- You got it.
Turns out the entire frozen food division was contaminated.
Our VP, Erik Casten, did a cost-benefit analysis of the problem.
The study found that it would be cheaper to pay off any lawsuit than to pull the bad products off the shelves.
- Here you are.
- Thanks.
Oh, do you wanna? - No, thanks.
- Mm-mm.
- I'm so nervous.
- That's OK.
Casten's report estimated how many people will die.
He looked at the data and decided it was an acceptable number of deaths.
An acceptable number of deaths? Over food? So supermarkets are selling Lillian products that will kill people.
Dr.
Jameson, we won't let that happen.
I promise you.
- OK.
Thank you.
- Sure.
Thank you.
You've made me feel better, Mr.
Ford.
Oh, um You No, not Mr.
Ford.
No, you should call him Nate.
I appreciate it Nate.
Well, it's what we yeah.
This Casten, the VP, he's just a VP, right? What about the CEO, I mean Uh, Mr.
Price? He doesn't know anything about it.
That's why I was trying to get the report to give it to him or the FDA.
Anyone.
Well, OK, what I am gonna do, I'm gonna go brief the team about all this.
Oh, um no.
I've got a better idea.
I think I should go - and get them started on surveillance.
- No, no, no.
No.
- Don't worry about it because I - Don't be silly.
I think that you should stay here because Dr.
Jameson, she still looks a little bit rattled.
That's a hell of a story.
So Uh, yeah.
I'm gonna go brief the team.
- I'll give you a call.
- Oh, OK.
How you doing over here? OK? - One more.
Thank you.
- You got it.
Her name is Katie.
Likes wild horses.
- Dislikes vanilla toothpicks.
- Please stop talking.
- Hey.
- Well, I can certainly check.
How ya doin'? Oh, I'm so in.
Hey, Eliot.
What is that blocking your button cam? Oh, yeah, it's your ego.
Parker? First ten floors are free climbing heaven, but after that it's a slip and slide.
You have pretty hair.
You don't.
I just don't know what you're doing up here.
You know, you should be downstairs - having a drink with her.
- Why would I be downstairs with her? - She's beautiful, she's available - We have a meeting and she's into you, I can tell.
How could you possibly tell? Look, I appreciate - what you're doing but - You've got things in common.
- I don't - You have things in common.
- Like what? - Well, she's a scientist and Well, um You're a bit nerdy.
Aren't you? I'm a bit nerdy? And food.
She works with food.
- She works with food.
- Well, you eat don't you? I don't understand how you could make this Look - Just think about it.
- I No, I don't Just go with it.
- Take a leap of faith.
- Nerdy? Seriously? Trust me.
I just wish you had someone in your life.
- That's all I'm saying.
- Yeah, but Sophie, she's a client.
- Mmm That's an excuse.
- Oh, no.
When was the last time you had a date? - A real date with food? - Stop.
Hardison.
Mm-mm.
I don't think that counts.
Are you running a recon on Lillian Foods? Uh, yeah? Don't you think you should consult with me first? Did you? Did he just? We do this all the time, Nate.
Hey look, man, where do you think my intel comes from? For the last time, there is no blueprint fairy.
Yeah, well, I want you to pull 'em out.
Do it now.
Look we know what we're doing, man.
It's a food company.
No, you don't.
No.
Not with a place like this.
You don't know what you're doing.
Well, I can try to transfer you to the department again.
Come with us please.
- Don't you go anywhere? - Give it exactly two seconds before this becomes a train wreck.
Hardison, we got a problem.
What kind of problem? They're MRling my pizza and their stance says ex-CIA.
You could tell somebody worked for the CIA - just from how they stand? - Detain him.
It's a very distinctive stance.
Whoa, whoa.
Oh, no, no, no.
You are getting query spiked all over the grid.
NSA.
CIA.
OSS.
I don't even know what that You know what? You wanna play rough? We gonna play rough.
Oh, we gonna play.
How do you like me now? Yeah.
Oh.
Uh, Eliot you need to get outta there.
Right now.
Working on it.
Parker, I'm comin' out hot.
OK.
All clear out here.
- Just me - Copy that.
I think I got one out here too.
Hey, big boy.
What are you 240, 250? I'll call ya.
You know when I said you had pretty hair? - I was lying.
- Yeah, well, so was I when I said you didn't.
Wait damn it.
What? Hardison.
Wait for it.
See.
There, see wasn't no problem.
I mean, I had it under control.
You like the new clear image on the button cam? I upgraded.
Yeah.
So, pizza delivery guy was your big plan? You know what, man? It was a recon.
OK? Information gathering has historically been a very safe and peaceful business.
It was a food company.
Wasn't like they were making weapons.
Listen, I've worked insurance for companies like this.
Anyone gets their hands on the company's food patents, could cost them billions.
And by the way, they guard that stuff better than defense contractors.
- Does that hurt? - Yeah.
Well, that explains all the ex-spooks hanging around - the lobby then.
- You know what? You live and ya learn.
No.
I lived.
All right? You sat behind a computer and acted like Kool Moe Dee.
What'd you call me? Kool Moe Dee? Like you even know anything about Kool Moe Dee.
I was gathering very crucial information.
- Does that hurt? - Yeah.
How about now? How about you share that crucial information - with the rest of us.
- You know what? You ain't said nothin' but a word.
Stop.
Eliot, guys.
Eliot? What, what are you doin'? She's poking me.
Don't, man Hey.
Lillian Foods is the third largest food company in the world.
Last year it made This is the vice president of the frozen foods division, Erik Casten.
- Erik with a K, Casten with a C.
- How is that relevant? Oh, Eric with a C, nice and friendly, Erik with a K, evil.
- I didn't know that.
- Everybody knows that.
According to Dr.
Jameson, Erik with a K is trying to cover up salmonella found in the frozen dinners so his division doesn't have to pay out for that recall.
That's why I grow my own food.
- How do you find the time? - You make time.
- I only sleep 90 minutes a day.
- So what we have to do is, we have to get a hold of Casten's report and make it public.
It's on the servers.
How do we get into the building? I'm so far ahead of you, man, it's scary.
Look, I can't hack their system from the outside, so I sent a Trojan phone.
It's hacker 101.
What I did was messenger a Smartphone with an extended battery to an employee that's on vacation.
The package sits in the mail room.
It scans for wireless and Bluetooth access points.
Unfortunately, even their internal servers are locked down like the CIA.
So, all I was able to get was employee emails.
- Well, anything useful there? - Oh, yeah.
You know what? Marie from Payroll has a crush on Steve from Accounts Receivable.
Look, that's Steve right there on his vacation in Florida from a month ago.
She likes him? Really? Oh, yeah.
That man is a sexy man-beast right there.
Now, Shannon and Chris from Marketing, they got a little fight going on with Lauren from Ads.
Office politics.
God.
It's lucky we don't have that.
Everybody up in there's complaining about this state of the company thing tomorrow.
And Brian from IT That's it right there.
That's our way in.
Brian from IT? No, he is not a team player.
No, no, no.
No, no, no, no.
That's our way in yeah.
Yeah, yeah.
That's it.
The state of the company meeting.
Here we go.
- What is that? I don't know what that is.
- Me neither.
- It's like State of the Union? - What is that? - No.
- Oh, right.
Right.
No, you guys never had real jobs.
Yeah.
- Never.
- Of course not, man.
- Come on.
- Right.
All right.
So when I used to work for IYS we would do this all the time.
The company, big companies they make their employees sit for an entire day listening to these boring speeches, lame entertainment, bad food.
It's I'm so glad I don't live in the real world.
And it's mandatory.
It's the only time that all the employees are away from their desks at the same time.
All right, so we go in as caterers.
We download the report while everyone's chucking back the mini quiches.
Easy.
No, see, it's a food company.
All the catering is in-house.
The only outsiders involved in this whole big operation - are the entertainment.
- And who would that be? Oh, you gonna love this.
Chronos, the magnificent.
More like Chronos the jackass.
Look, multiple sexual harassment charges.
Look, even his assistant hates him.
That's kinda sad.
For my next trick, I will need a volunteer.
- Oh, pick me.
- I'll do it.
- Right here.
- Here, please.
Go ahead.
Put your hand up.
- I don't wanna do it.
- Woman? - Don't wanna go.
I hate magic.
- Girl.
Take one for the team.
OK.
Me, me, me, me.
Pick me.
You, come on up here.
The box is an SASJ, 6412.
This is how it works, all right? OK.
Go on.
- Well what's your name? - Kara.
Yeah, Kara.
Love you.
- Love you.
- Silence.
Love you too.
Sorry.
Now, Kara Are you ready to step into the box of mystery? Uh I don't know.
I assure you, it's perfectly safe.
I love you.
That's my girl.
That's my baby.
- Yeah.
- Sexy, isn't she? She's been doing Pilates.
Give Kara a round of applause.
Now, sexy-stuff, go ahead, girl.
Do what you do.
Ow! - Hey.
Ow! - Whoa.
- Let go.
- Hey, Kara - She's perfectly all right.
- Oh, no.
- Let go.
- Hey, Kara.
Damn all that, she's all right.
Baby? Uh, baby.
Bang it, man.
If you don't Just kidding.
Isn't she great? Isn't she Come on.
Snoodles.
Oh, love you.
And thank you and you and you and you.
Interlocking rings.
Hey, man, you forgot one over here.
Just Thank you.
That's dope, man.
I like that.
- That's nice.
- Get off my stage.
Just Oh, look y'all, this It ain't real.
That ain't even all that.
Man, that's Get, get - Oh, my God.
Baby, I'm here - Did you see that, baby? - Baby, I lost a tooth.
- Somebody get on your cell.
- I love you.
- Get a dentist.
You.
I love you.
Oh, that's great.
Here you go.
- He did what? - It's not as bad as it sounds but Chronos is gonna be held in custody for the next 24 hours.
- Our event is in two hours.
- We do have a replacement though.
And he'll be with you any second.
I just need you to put his team on the security list.
Pick a card.
- Harry Turner.
- The magician.
I know.
Illusionist.
Magicians do kids' parties.
I do Fortune 500 companies.
- Uh, right this way gang.
- Whoa.
- And who are these people? - Oh, this is my team.
I believe you spoke with my manager.
This is Nell Carver.
All right? And my illusions designer, Frank Brunner.
And my lovely assistant, Clea.
Hey, man.
I hope you have a doctor in the house, because this man right here is gonna blow your mind.
All right, come on.
We're on a very tight schedule.
Nothing gets in or out of this building without gettin' scanned.
These crates contain my illusions.
My life.
I'm not gonna reveal my secrets.
- Come on.
- That's not my problem, is it? - Could you please? - I'll take care of this.
Mr.
Markland, I'm sure we can figure something out.
- It's not possible - Let's pull up the van, Frank, and let's get out of here.
- Harry, are you sure? - I think so.
- What is going on here? - Ridiculous.
- Mr.
Price? This is - What? Harry Turner, illusionist extraordinaire.
You are Mr.
Price, CEO of this company? - I am.
What's goin' on here? - I would like very much, sir, to give your people a wonderful show, but your doorman here would like to look at our boxes of illusions and destroy the illusion.
Markland, just lighten up, will ya? - Just lighten up, would ya? - It's a magic show, for Pete's sake.
for Pete's sake.
OK, we're clear.
Let him out.
It's a good job you're not claustrophobic, Eliot.
I was when I was a kid.
Take this damn thing.
- Oh, all right.
- Really? How'd you get over it? - Here, Parker.
- I locked myself in a woodshed behind my house for a couple nights.
After that, I was fine.
That is so funny.
I was scared of the dark, and did exactly same thing.
You ready.
That is not the same thing.
What's wrong with you? So, you're actually enjoying this.
You know, being a magician, it's the next best thing to being a con artist, you know? It's all about misdirection and control.
So no one actually told you that you can't control life.
You see, this is why you're not in a relationship.
No, Sophie.
I'm very focused on my work, right now.
You know, I was out of control before.
Now I'm in control.
It's a good thing.
So, what you're doing is trading one addiction for another.
Hey, man.
Do you know how to do this magic stuff? Oh, no, absolutely.
Positively.
Yeah.
No.
It's all about the rabbit.
You know, having By the way, where is Where did the rabbit go? Uh, OK, uh, oh.
OK, OK, Hardison.
Let's go over the plan.
OK, the show opens with our friend Erik Casten, delivering the state of the company speech.
The speech is scheduled to last an hour, giving myself, Eliot, and Parker enough time to go down to the server room, hack the servers, download the report, and get back downstairs.
So, massively there will be no magic show.
Oh no, there might be a magic show.
Absolutely.
We might want to treat these people to the illusionist extraordinaire.
All right.
Yeah.
You, um you really do need a girlfriend.
No.
All I need is the is the rabbit.
Where's - Yeah, Hardison? - Hmm? - Have the rabbit? - No.
- This is a real magic hat, man.
- Where's the rabbit? - I thought you had it.
- All right.
Come on, fan out, fan out.
- Damn it, Hardison.
- I never had anything.
Sophie.
You're on.
Molly, I just wanna say thanks for all you do.
- Thank you.
- It means a lot.
- Mr.
Price.
Nell Carver.
- Hi, Nell.
Yeah.
I We met earlier actually.
I work with Harry.
- Oh, the, the magician.
- Yeah, that's right.
So, listen, there's just a little thing When Harry does these corporate gigs, you know he likes to work in a few little tidbits about the employees.
Just funny little things.
I knew you'd wanna help.
I wondered if I could scribble down a couple of things.
Oh boy, let's see, well, one is Dave Bickle.
- Bickle? - Dave Bickle loves his coffee.
- Loves his coffee.
- Takes it very seriously.
Yeah.
And who else we got.
Oh, he just loves his coffee? - Yeah.
Oh, I mean, he pours down - Oh, I see.
That's it.
I thought you said you had to have a corporate ID badge - to get in the elevator.
- We do.
We actually need one from a top executive.
Where we gonna get that? Sophie's sending one to me right now by magic.
And then there's uh, Sam Weston.
Except we call him Spam Weston because this guy forwards email all over the company.
- Unbelievable.
- Spam Weston.
I get it.
That's great.
Now, Harry is gonna work wonders with that.
That that is fabulous.
Thank you so much.
See, Sophie's Smartphone is pickin' up the RFID signal from the big boss' ID.
All she had to do was cozy up next to him and Go, go, go, go, go, go.
Go.
You picked his pockets without stealing anything.
Cool.
That's what I do.
A man.
A phone.
No limits.
- I just know if that's gonna be a weekly thing.
- A man.
A phone.
No action.
Come on, man, you left that out there like a hanging curve ball.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, to deliver this year's state of the company address, I've chosen a rising star.
This is a man whose work ethic, whose creativity Yet, utter disregard for human life.
and whose dedication to our mission, make him uniquely qualified really to talk with us about how far we've come and also how far we still have to go.
I am honored to introduce, Vice-President Erik Casten.
Erik, come on up.
We'll give him a little moment before he sinks himself.
You know, I wrote a speech about this company, which I've been proud to call my home for five years.
But then I thought, doesn't our record-breaking third quarter speak for itself? So with that, and the open bar in mind, I'd just like to say, thanks everybody and let's give a warm welcome to - Harry Turner, illusionist extraordinaire.
- That's you.
Hey, you're on.
- Parker, I need my assistant.
Now.
- Let's go.
How come Parker gets to be the assistant? How come Nate gets to be the magician? I do card tricks too.
I do great card tricks.
- Can we talk about this later? - That's what I was saying.
Does anyone wanna do my job? Huh? I get punched and kicked.
- I just think if it was me - Here, I gotta go.
You're giving me your gum? Go on.
Hello, Lillian Foods.
Oh, it's such a honor to be here with you.
It's, um Lillian Foods When I think of Lillian Foods I think of frozen pizza.
What am I supposed to do with that? - Hook it to something.
- Ain't nothin' to hook it to.
Yahoo! We're gonna do a lot of magic here today.
Whoo! Huh? Huh? - You hear that? - Yeah.
My wonderful assistant, the spectacular, unpredictable, Clea.
Wow.
- Huh? - Wave.
Say, hi.
Something.
Isn't she magnificent? Oh, look at that.
I coulda just hooked it to the rail.
- My bad.
- How am I supposed to get down? Go change.
Oh! Whoa.
Really, man? You didn't see that coming? Not funny.
Not funny.
Mr.
Casten, what happened to your speech? While everyone's busy with the show I've got some things to take care of upstairs.
Alone.
All clear.
Well, if you wanted to make coffee disappear what would you do? - Well, you know, Dave - Bickle.
David Bickle knows about disappearing coffee don't ya, Dave.
Hm? Right? How long is this gonna take? As long as it has to take.
I was just pulled up to the ceiling of an elevator by my pants so do not take that tone with me.
Go.
Go.
It's Casten.
What the hell's he doin' in the server room? Let's find out.
- What are you doing? - All the employee phones in this building are hooked up to the internal Wi-Fi.
Remember the Trojan phone? It works both ways.
You see, I can use the server to access his phone and once I'm in, I can see through his phone's camera.
You can do that? Oh, you'd be surprised at what I can do.
He's deleting the files.
Guys, remember that bright idea we had about accessing the server room while everyone was at the show? Parker, where are you? - Oh, my - We're not the only ones.
He's gonna wipe everything from the system.
People are gonna die.
So, do you like working at Lillian Foods? Yes? - Yeah.
- Stall, Nate, stall.
Here she is now.
The lovely, Clea.
Yes, Clea.
Very nice.
Ho.
Thank you very much, Clea.
I'll just put that right here.
I have something for ya, Clea.
Something you might like very much.
Hm.
It's right here somewhere.
Ah, here it is.
It's not working.
Do you have another way to access the servers, guys? Ah.
Already on it.
Leigh, I need secondary access to the servers.
Try the junction room.
It has one IO station.
And be careful.
- Bartender? - Yeah.
- Can I have another? - OK.
Can you get to the servers from here? Oh, yeah.
If anything, the computer system's are more vulnerable up here.
The only catch is, security is way gnarlier.
- What about Casten? - It'll take him some time.
See he has to find and delete all the copies.
We just need one.
Guys, I can't bypass the biometrics.
I need a fingerprint.
And it has to be somebody with pretty high clearance.
Shh.
- I'm on it.
- Now in the olden days, magicians used supernatural forces.
But here at Lillian Foods I draw on the mighty power of - Mr.
Price, Mr.
Price, we're ready for you.
- What? - Oh? What do you mean? - It's time for your bit of the magic show.
- No, I didn't - We did clear it with your assistant.
She said that you wanted to show a more fun side this year.
- So, let's go.
- Um OK, but is it gonna take much time? No, no, no.
It's gonna be over in a Flash.
Thank you.
And now, to help me with my next illusion, a man you know all too well, a man that HR department likes to call a hire power.
Mr.
William Taylor Price, ladies and gentlemen.
Mr.
Price.
Mr.
Price, if you could just come and stand next to me right here.
Right here, sir.
That's fantastic.
Now, there's something I'd like you to hold onto, OK? Just come stand over here.
That's right.
Just keep that in your hand like this.
- Now I want you to concentrate.
- Why am I holding? No questions.
- I mean, believe in the magic.
- Yes, believe in the magic.
Abracadabra.
- All right.
Are you believing? - I Yeah.
What are you thinking of? A number between one and seven.
- Uh - That's good.
Joe, don't tell me.
OK.
Now I want you to hold out your arm like this.
OK.
Now, on my count you're gonna open your hand.
- Look here.
- What? Ready.
And open.
Ho.
Thank you very much, Mr.
Price.
- It was six.
- It was six.
Sure it was.
Certainly.
It was six.
Who would like this? Anybody? - What? - It's not optical.
They're using active capacitance.
See, what happens is it measures the change in voltage across - the microridges of the - Can you get in or not? You - Gummy frogs? - Mm-hmm.
You see gummy frogs have the same resistance as human skin, about twenty milliohms.
What'd I say? That's a low-tech hack right there.
It's a piece of cake.
There may also be a retinal scanner.
- How am I gonna get his retinas? - The proper assistant would know the answer to that.
OK.
Hold tight.
And now, how many of you would like to see your boss disappear? Hmm? Join us.
Now, if we could bring Mr.
Price back up here that'd be great.
Mr.
Price.
- Mr.
Price.
- Mr.
Price.
- How you doing today, sir? Good? - We did this.
- You're supposed to do it like this.
- Next time, you jump down - the elevator shaft.
- Oh, stop it.
Everybody knows you love that.
Right this way, Mr.
Price.
Now, say goodbye to Mr.
Price because you may never see him again.
This illusion is difficult.
Especially for someone who has never performed it before such as myself.
- Oh.
- Mr.
Price? - Yeah.
- OK.
Say goodbye.
Bye-bye.
So that's how they do that trick.
- All right, I'll go check it out.
- Right behind you.
- Hello, hello.
Hello.
Hello.
- No, Mr.
Price.
- Am I moving? - Now, don't make a peep.
Yeah, the, they're lapping it up.
You're doing great.
Yeah.
This is good.
I think.
Oh, terrible, I know.
Now are you ready to see dear old Mr.
Price? Yes? Clea, we must do this.
One! Two! Three! VoilĂ ! OK.
Thank you.
Thank you.
Thank you very much.
I don't see why I wasn't the assistant.
I mean, why wasn't I? Abracadabra.
I could do that.
Stop.
- He's all yours.
- Hello.
Hello.
Whoa.
Whoa.
Thank you.
I can hear you breathing out there.
Hello? Oh.
Please take care of this bird.
You said take care of it.
- Where ya been? - Hello.
- You can't get it from here.
- Listen, I can hear you.
- Don't move it.
Move back.
Move back.
- Hello.
Oh, thank God.
I was really beginning to think this whole thing was gonna be Bickle getting back at me for all the coffee Hey.
You're doin' a hell of a job.
You're killin' 'em.
It's really dark in here.
Bickle, Spam Weston, are you guys in on this together? Who else is out there? Come on.
Now, Clea, if you'll pull the end of this rope.
And another one.
Blow on this.
Hm? Now blow on this.
There we go.
No, no, no, no.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
We're too late.
They're all gone.
Casten deleted all copies of the report.
Markland, I'm on the way down.
Dr.
Jameson can cry all she wants.
She's got nothing on me now.
Markland besides the server room, where else could someone access protected files? Uh, in the junction room.
Why? We may have a breach.
There it is.
We have movement in the elevator.
- Lock it all down.
- Done.
Go to the elevator now! Uh-oh.
- Uh-oh? What do you mean, uh-oh? - This isn't funny any longer.
- Step out of the elevator.
- Oh.
That uh-oh.
Help.
- Step out of the elevator.
- No.
Hello.
Hello.
Stop! Help! I can hear you! Just stop it! Come on! Stop it! Hey Nate, you know that trick where you make a guy disappear from a locked room? I could really use that right now.
What's wrong, Clea? - I don't know.
The Chicken Kiev - Are you OK? Is there a doctor in the house? Oh! - Echo team, report.
- Team is down.
Magician's assistant took them out.
Repeat that last.
Did you say magician? This is no longer a joke.
Come on.
Oh, my goodness stop! If you can hear my voice out there I'm tellin' you you're fired.
Stop it.
Stop it.
Ah! Hello? Show's over.
We're blown.
- Hello? - Ooh.
Nate, bring down the curtain now.
Hey.
Hello? Hello? And now, now is time for our grand finale.
Clea, grand finale.
Thank God.
This, it turns out, is not the mens' room.
But y'all should have signs up and down in the hallways 'cause I've been stuck in here for about a hour, man.
Ironic, I know, 'cause of the whole magic, but, see, I build the magic tricks, - my man does 'em.
That's my man.
- The drive.
The I'm sorry I don't drive.
That drive.
Oh, OK.
I see what you Ah, yes.
Now, I'd like you to count with us please.
Are you sure this is gonna work? Fifty-fifty chance.
- One.
- One.
Where's the rest of your team? I don't even know what you talkin' about, man.
- Two.
- Two.
- Three.
- Three.
Go to the wing.
Get the exit doors.
- Magic tricks? - Hey, man you lookin' at all my stuff.
That's all my business.
Man, you know what? You, sir, should expect a very strongly worded letter from the Magicians Local 77.
The labels on frozen dinners say heat to 161 degrees.
That kills the bacteria.
It's on the package.
The world is a very dangerous place for people who can't follow simple instructions.
Outside.
They're outside in the gray van.
- Good man.
- Was all that necessary, man? I got asthmatic tendencies.
I don't see a van.
You have five seconds to tell me what's really going on here.
- Do I? Really? OK.
- Mm-hm.
You ain't nothin' but a strong arm, ain't ya? I blogged your Web site about that the Lillian Foods Web site - Did you pocket dial me? - What? Gimme that.
Who the hell is this? The secret of magic is misdirection, Mr.
Casten.
Magician, what are you doing on my phone? Misdirection.
So you went after the incriminating reports.
And I deleted it.
Every copy.
Absolutely.
But you know, I don't think all that security is in place just to protect those reports.
Do you? I mean, what's really valuable on those servers? Hm? Too late.
They're all gone.
Casten deleted all copies of the report.
Do you have access to the company's food patents? Yes.
Yes, I do.
Yes.
I had my assistant download them.
Magician, thief, whatever.
We have your man and his hard drive.
You never got the patents out of the building.
No.
No.
No.
You got those patents out of the building.
All we had to do was pick up your phone.
Now, these patents represent hundreds of millions of dollars in your company's present and future earnings.
They're on your cell phone.
Downloaded the day you were alone in the server room.
See, I can use the server to access his phone.
You can do that? Oh, you'd be surprised what I can do.
Now, I wouldn't wanna be caught in that act.
Would you? - Huh, Mr.
Casten? - What do you want? Well, first I'd like you to let my friend go.
Next, you'll pull - the entire frozen foods line from the market.
- Let him go.
You have to be kidding me! Do you understand how much that'll cost the company? Yes.
Well, we're sending a specialist to help with the recall.
You'll also issue a formal apology.
Along with your letter of resignation.
You know what? They had me in a box.
Get him upstairs! Clear out his office, right now! Now, why don't we give the lady a nice round of applause.
And your queen should be it's right here.
- Stole it.
- You you can't do that.
I'm finishing off the kung pao.
OK, yeah.
I got three possible clients to research.
- I just wanna finish.
- I've got an idea.
Listen, why don't you give Dr.
Jameson a ring? I'm workin'.
Workin' over here.
Put it in.
All right.
I'm not even looking.
What? He's fine.
We had to practically beg him to come back.
All right? He's not drinking.
He's at the top of his game.
I gotta be honest with you, I can't even believe we pulled this one off.
Well, that's the problem.
He keeps winning.
And every time he wins, he believes a little more that he can control life.
It's what gets him through the day.
What happens when he loses? The last time he lost, it broke him.
He breaks again I don't think even we could pick up the pieces.