Leverage s03e02 Episode Script

The Reunion Job

[siren wails in distance.]
[man speaks Farsi.]
- [shouting.]
- No, stop it, my work! No! [man speaking Farsi.]
No, my work! Not my work! Not my work! [shouting in Farsi.]
The rich and powerful, take what they want.
We steal it back for you.
Sometimes bad guys make the best good guys.
We provide leverage.
All my work erased, and I was only days away from cracking Manticore.
- What's Manticore? - It's an electronic surveillance system.
The Iranian government uses it to track protesters over cell phones, - social networks, even email.
- Yeah, the hacker underground's flipping out about it.
They use GPS to pinpoint a dissident, and then they swoop in and make the arrest.
The Internet made this protest possible, but now its just a A liability? The government uses the people's weapon against them.
I cannot even communicate with my family in Iran.
Manticore would find them.
I have no idea if they are safe.
And the secret police are everywhere.
Next week, our people are planning a protest to coincide with the election.
If I can't shut down Manticore, the government will find and arrest every organizer and break the backbone of the movement.
We're not spy hunters, Mr.
I cannot go to the FBI.
My activities would violate my student visa.
- So you want your data back.
- I want Manticore destroyed.
I want my people to be free.
All right, well, we'll, uh, we'll discuss it.
- Discuss it? - Oh, this is so not our game, Hardison.
Not our g Nate, this isn't just some hacker, OK? Cyrus Cyrus? It's Mr.
You can't get that attached.
Madavhi could go make a fortune working for Google or Microsoft.
No, instead, he risks his life fighting the bad guys.
- This is so our game.
- [Eliot.]
He wasn't hit by the Vezerat.
- What are you, lurking? - Yeah.
I'm a lurker, that's my thing.
- What's the Vezerat? - It's the Iranian secret police.
And trust me, if they wanted Cyrus, he wouldn't be sitting here talking to us.
But the Vezerat is still our logical target, so we should check our sources and see if there's a safe house in the area.
- So we're on this? - Yeah, well, we were always on this.
I just wanted you to explain to me why.
You know how I feel about mind games, Nate.
What are you looking at, lurker? [Eliot.]
My sources say this café is the local Vezerat safe house.
Aw, yeah, look, Sooners, they're gonna win every year.
They win every year.
Every year.
Every single year in Dallas they're gonna win.
Every time.
How ya doin'? - [man.]
Yes? - Lloyd Hickey, Boston Health Department.
Spot inspection.
We were just inspected, everything is in order here.
[speaks Farsi.]
- [lock clicks.]
- [Sophie screams.]
[with accent.]
There's a roach in my shishleek! - [screams.]
- Uh-huh, uh-huh.
Roach infestation in the shishleek.
- That's gonna cost - That's gonna cost you.
Sir, have a look at that kitchen, shall we? [speaks Farsi.]
- Back room, east corner.
- [Parker.]
Got it.
Eliot, Eliot, get rid of it.
I think he likes ya.
- You're gonna pay for this.
- [imitating.]
Hey, uh, we are gonna actually need to talk to all of your employees.
- This young fellow, you, sir, you.
- All the employees.
The young buck-toothed chap in the back.
At the east corner now.
For a den of evil spies, this place smells delicious.
Hardison, confiscate some pastries.
OK, no sign of Cyrus's hardware.
They coulda cloned his data, let's check their computer.
[computer beeping.]
No, no, no.
The schwarma is lukewarm.
- Wow, that's gonna cost you five points.
- That's unacceptable.
- That's gonna cost you.
- No, it's horrible.
What, are you [beeping.]
There's nothing on Manticore.
- [Eliot.]
What is this? - Starting a syntax search.
Are those rat droppings? Wait, wait, hold on, hold it.
That image on the, uh, the bottom left there.
Manticore, um, it's a mythological creature.
It's Persian for man-eater.
Yeah, I was I was just about to click on that one.
Yeah, yeah.
Oh, yeah, OK, right, sure.
OK, let's, uh, copy Cyrus's program.
You know, I'd love to, but it's not here.
It doesn't even look like they even heard of Cyrus.
OK, I've got payment records here.
Last one dated three weeks ago.
Those look like clean hands to you? Smell 'em.
I gotta dock ya.
The latest Manticore update was also three weeks ago.
And who was that payment to? [whistles.]
Larry Duberman, founder and CEO of DuberTech.
Back in the '90s, he wrote the book on digital database security.
Literally wrote the book.
Now, he made a couple hundred million during the, uh, digital revolution.
Why would Larry Duberman be selling software to Iran? - He doesn't need the money.
Thanks, sugar.
- [Hardison.]
Oh, but he does.
Cloud storage, distributed processing.
You see, all of these sexy new little technologies are passing up Duberman's company.
They're leaving him in the dust.
He's got to expand his market share.
Great, so he sells the technology to embargoed countries - and the income is tax-free? - A nice way to keep the bottom line from being squeezed.
Now, Duberman has a long-term contract to run Manticore for Iran.
This man has become the IT department for the Axis of Evil.
All right, so Eliot was right.
Uh, the Vezerat didn't go after Cyrus, Duberman did.
It's not about politics, man.
Cyrus is bad business for him.
OK, well, so Duberman's our target.
What are we up against? You see, the master control server is in Duberman's private office.
We shut down the server over here, we shut down Manticore over there.
- So get to hacking, man.
- Dude, what is it about "wrote the book on database security" that you don't comprehend? I can't just access Manticore remotely.
We gotta get to that server, in person.
Any of you ever trimmed a bonsai? I mean, I did.
I was in Osaka and I met this Japanese police woman in a geisha bar Yeah, that's Another time.
Uh - Oh.
- Why is Eliot pouring your tea? Hmm? You brainwash him again? Mm, neuro-linguistic programming.
It's amazing what you can do with the power of suggestion.
A few strategic pats on the arm.
- Damn it.
Damn it! - You owe me for that roach business.
Sophie, not again.
These quarterly results aren't exactly what we'd hoped.
We'll just raise the price for our Persian friends.
Sir, are you sure that's wise? They might not be amenable to a price Where else are they gonna go? McAfee? [scoffs.]
Oracle? No, they're too soft to get into the suppression business.
You know, if the Iranians want to hold on to power, they have to pay me.
And that's what I call a good business model.
- Oh! Watch it! - God, sorry, sorry.
- Sloane, fire this idiot! - Sorry.
Actually, wait.
You're fired! Easy, Mr.
Hands, easy.
- All right, we've got this, Mr.
- Yes, you, you do.
Now, I want this pristine when I get back from lunch.
[door opens.]
Seems we stepped out of Japan and straight into high school.
In 1985.
Did you find the server running Manticore? Oh, I found it.
A small problem.
Nate, he's running Manticore from his high school computer.
Vintage 1980s technology, man.
No wonder I couldn't hack in from the outside.
It's speaking a dead language.
Duberman left for lunch.
Possible breach.
Repeat, possible breach.
Hey, they're onto us.
What's the deal? Well, he's got a multi-tiered password system.
Now, my war-dialer broke into the first few.
Uh, Zavransky, MandyDD, a bunch of other random ones.
- [beeping.]
- Is that a good beep or a bad beep? Oh, that's a bad beep.
We just hit a wall.
- You didn't get the password? - [Hardison.]
Uh, not the master one.
Uh, the last one I got is L-33-R-15-L-0-6.
High school.
- Let's go.
- Hold on, let me just finish copying his disc.
How did people get anything done in the '80s? Nobody else thinks it's weird that you can just buy anybody's yearbook online? You know, it's real cute, man, how you still believe in privacy.
Here we go.
Uh, Mrs.
Zavransky, math teacher.
Now, I bet if we turn to the cheerleaders - Yes.
Oh, Mandy.
- [Hardison whistles.]
- Mandy Babson.
- What does the DD mean? - Yeah, right.
- Seriously? Uh, two scoops of ice cream just perfect.
It was the last password that tipped us off.
L-33-R-15-L-0-6 Now, that has to be a locker combination, right? He's clearly, he's obsessed with high school.
Memorabilia, his high school computer.
He's a classic computer nerd.
- Sorry.
- [Eliot laughing.]
The girls totally ignored him, the guys picked on him.
Now that he's a success, he can't leave the past behind him.
Yeah, he has to remember who he was 'cause it made him who he is.
- Oh, I feel bad for the nerd.
- Don't feel bad for this guy.
Getting bullied in high school is still no excuse for propping up dictators.
Look, take Hardison.
He got bullied his whole high school career, he's not a criminal.
- Um - Yeah, he is.
- Don't think about that.
- Not a bad criminal.
What makes you think I got bullied in high school? Well, A, you got a Green Hornet doll.
First of all, it's a limited edition action figure.
Second, it is Green Lantern.
Educate yourself, now pay attention.
Listen, listen.
We got a locker combination, we have a teacher's name, and we have a crush.
So Duberman, he has made his old high school his Roman Room.
- Of course.
- Of course? What's a Roman Room? You have no idea, right? You know what - No.
- You don't have any idea.
It's a, uh, it's a memory technique.
Each of his passwords corresponds to an object in a space that he's intimately familiar with.
In his case, uh, the hallway of his old high school where he kept his locker.
Now, if I were to make this bar my Roman Room, everything I need to remember is right here.
For instance, this, uh My bank password would be Balmoor.
- And my, uh, my email password would be, uh, Fitzy here.
- [grunts.]
Nate just give us his passwords, huh? No, but I got all his passwords.
You want to see his Netflix queue? He's got like every season of Rockford Files, every season of Sex And The City, that show Psych Hey, so, so, listen, if we can't get into the main server without, uh, Duberman's master password, I mean, - you can't hack into that, right? - No.
Passwords are up in the guy's head, I can't hack a guy's head.
So the only option would be to break inside his Roman Room.
Break into the high school? [scoffs.]
I can do that blindfolded.
- Yeah.
Let's do it blindfolded.
- [Nate.]
No, no, no, no.
What we're gonna do is, we're gonna break into that high school - 25 years ago.
- [beeping.]
What do you know? Class of '85 has a reunion coming up.
- In eight months.
- Hmm.
[in high-pitched voice.]
Oh, hi, Edna Kasendorf? The Class of '85 Alumni Committee? Boy, am I glad I reached you.
It's Sharon Wing from Radford High.
[low voice, Boston accent.]
Sharon, how are ya? It's Edna Kasendorf from the Alumni Committee.
[high voice.]
Do I have some bad news.
The gym's being renovated in the fall and it's gonna be a total shambles when it's time for the reunion.
[low voice.]
The gym available on the 28th? Ugh.
Our most prominent alum, Larry Duberman Yes, that Larry Duberman, insists the reunion happens this month.
[high voice.]
Could you move it up to say, uh, don't hate me, this month? Say, the 28th? [low voice.]
No, thank you.
You're a doll.
I'm gonna send you a box-load of crullers.
[speaking Farsi.]
That is more than double what we agreed to pay for the upgrade.
Yeah, well, if you'd rather have your homegrown dweeb squad administer Manticore, be my guest.
But we both know they can barely send an Evite.
[speaking Farsi.]
[phone rings.]
Yes? Your high school alumni committee? I I'll let you gentlemen discuss this.
But know that when we meet, you can either deliver the money, or I can turn over certain sensitive information to the FBI.
They're clients, too.
Larry Duberman.
A reunion? Mmm-hmm.
Twenty-eighth Well, I certainly appreciate the personal invitation, but I don't know that I Who else is coming? Oh, well, uh, uh, Mandy Babson, of course.
You remember her.
And, uh, Danny Stolz, uh, Jennifer Jakubowski, uh, Emily Weston, uh, Drake McIntyre.
Really? They'll all be there? Well, then I wouldn't miss it for the world.
Sir, your meeting with the Iranians is the 28th.
Sloane, I've spoken at Davos.
I've met presidents and prime ministers.
I've got a yacht with a squash court.
But what's the meaning of any of that, if I can't rub it in their faces? - [woman 1.]
Here, let me help you with that.
- [woman 2.]
Oh, thanks.
So many awkward people in so many ugly outfits.
Yeah, you're lucky you never went to high school.
Nothing but heartbreak and homework.
- Didn't you go to your prom? - Uh, I was kinda busy.
Looks like the Bank of Iceland's paying off Nana's medical bills.
That's dope! Good times.
So, you guys all get to go to the reunion, and I'm stuck on goon patrol? [Nate.]
Eliot, listen, once we get the password, you gotta enter it on Duberman's computer and destroy Manticore.
Hardison's a little occupied.
Besides, I'm sure you already had your high school fun.
Big man on campus.
What, quarterback? Come on, Eliot, this is so lame.
Quarterbacks do not take Home Ec.
- I got my reasons.
- Let's get out of here.
Like this.
Knives are like people.
It's all about the context.
I had many interests.
[man grunts.]
[Eliot grunting.]
[1980s rock plays.]
You own this place.
[indistinct chatter.]
Badger, badger, badger, badger, '85.
- Great to see you.
- Great to see you, too.
- [man.]
Lookin' good, Larry.
- Hey.
- Wow.
- Yes, it's me, in the flesh.
Hi, Larry, great to see you again.
Hey, Larry.
I saw you on TV last night.
- Oh, you you saw me on Larry King.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Which time? - Well, I guess the most current one.
You look great.
- Really? - Mmm-hmm.
- Mr.
Voetberg's history class? - Yes.
We did that paper together on the Civil War.
B plus, I believe, because someone didn't do his share of the research.
Right, right, yeah.
Sorry about that.
Excuse me, just a minute.
Well, if it isn't the president of the computer club himself, Larry Duberman.
- It's great to see you, um - Grace.
Pizza Face Grace, Grace Peltz.
It's right here on my badge.
- Yeah.
- Are you sure you don't remember me? - Of course I remember you.
- Oh, it's OK.
I hardly remember myself, but there I am.
Grace Peltz.
I wore glasses since I was eight.
Five years ago, I finally got contacts.
Well, you've certainly blossomed.
Well, so have you, Mr.
Is it true that you have a squash court on your yacht? - Yes.
Yes, I do.
And a bowling alley.
- [laughing.]
Oh, my two favorite sports.
Oh, my, is that? Oh, my gosh, it is.
Ew, it's Drake McIntyre.
- [man.]
Drake the Snake.
- [man 2.]
Hey, Drake.
- Drake McIntyre.
- [man.]
X-Y-Z, bro.
- Hm! Oh.
- [zips.]
I can't believe it.
Drake, is that you? Wow.
If I weren't on my second husband Mandy, you still got it.
You still got it, honey.
- Hey! - Drake! - What's up? - Drake McIntyre.
- Looks different.
- Twenty-five years.
People change.
Every narrative has a nemesis.
Who's Duberman's? This one.
Drake McIntyre.
I think I could pass.
Lucky dude will be winning two tickets to see the Pats play in Miami that weekend.
Yo, Doucherman! That's Drake, all right.
You don't have to take that from him anymore.
You should say something.
In due time.
First, uh, can I get you some mystery meat at the buffet? Oh, I already ate.
Five months of dieting to fit into this dress.
But I'll go with you.
Oh, thanks.
How did you know that was his nickname? Well, with a name like Duberman, not exactly rocket science.
Hey, what's happening? Eh, Hardison, they're swarming me.
Give me something or they're gonna blow my cover.
I got you, I got you.
Ally Kassakian.
She was the head of the Drama Club.
Mark Pereira.
Oh, ouch, he just divorced his high school sweetheart, Nancy.
- Ally, you're lookin' hot.
Still acting? - Thank you.
Yeah? Yeah, I bet you're terrific.
- Hey, Mark, listen, man - [woman.]
Hey, Drake.
I heard about Nancy.
I just want to say, it sucks, dude.
Oh, no, I cant believe Jaclyn Thomas had the nerve to show up after what she did to Katherine.
Guys, forget about the gossip, stick with the con.
- [woman.]
- Hey! You know, I'm trying, man.
It's just, I feel like I know these people now.
Kills me to see a nice girl like Cindy Taylor settle for a guy like Aaron Ferguson.
Yeah, all right, listen, uh, I'm gonna lean on Duberman.
Get him to the Roman Room.
I'm going right now.
Oh, I can't believe it.
Drake Mac! Whoa Hey, Schmitty.
Hey, how ya doin', pal? How ya doin', pal? That's all you got for me? OK, look, I'm I'm on it, I'm on it.
- Uh, Schmitty.
- You don't remember? Come on.
No, no, there's no Schmitty here.
Parker? - Oops, sorry.
- Watch it, girlie.
- What, you don't remember? - Uh [Schmitty.]
Ferguson's party.
We took the 30-pack.
OK, Drake wrote, "I'll always remember those nights getting wicked pissed and puking off the Medford Bridge.
Schmitt-head and Mac Attack Forever.
" - Schmitt-head! - Schmitt-head! [both.]
Mac Attack forever! [laughing.]
Maybe it's a good thing I missed high school.
Hey, uh, can you give me one of your crappiest beers - in one of your red, uh, plastic cups.
- Sure.
- Good memories here? - Good and bad.
This hall is burned in my mind.
Oh, say, wasn't that Mrs.
Zavransky's room? Had her for homeroom.
Yeah, Pat Brander once gave me a wedgie in front of the whole class.
Pat Brander.
Let's check out Brander.
OK, look, try "Brander 303," that's the room number.
All right, it looks like it's unlocked.
It's payroll files.
All right, guys, patience.
We get him riled up, push his buttons, he'll lead us to the password we want.
- I, you know - [Nate.]
Hey, whoa, hey! Who brought the party out here? Is that Doucherman? Ha- ha.
How's it hangin' there, Doucherman? - Drake.
What a pleasure.
- Ah, yeah.
And is that, uh, Grace Felt Pants Peltz all grown up? Hello, Drake.
I assumed you'd be fat.
I know, right? You know, cleaning pools keeps me fit.
Listen, aren't you a little out of this guy's league.
- [Duberman.]
Quit it! - Quit it.
- We're not 18 anymore.
- I'm just reliving - the good ol' times, you know.
- The good times? You think there were good times for me? Like when you told Amy Tuttleton, the prettiest girl in school, that I had both male and female genitalia? [laughs.]
I forgot about that.
Yeah, that was classic 'cause you were - Tuttleton.
- [beeps.]
Want me to try hermaphrodite? - Now things have changed.
You clean pools? - I do.
- I have eight of them.
- Eight? I should give you one of my cards.
You don't get it, do you? I won.
Oh, come on now, you're not still steamed about stuff that happened 25 years ago.
Come on.
It's a Listen, you know, it wasn't all bad.
Does your brain only remember the painful bits? Just the important stuff.
Like what happened in the library.
- Oh, yeah, go on.
- You remember, - [stammers.]
I was sitting there - [woman.]
Well What do we have here? Larry Duberman.
Everyone's buzzing about you, Mr.
Big Man on Campus.
Who, Doucherman? Come on, you know, he's got He's got lady parts, you know.
You should be talking to me.
Drake McIntyre.
Well, some people do get finer with age.
Mm, right back at ya, Nikki.
You gotta be kidding me.
Guys look, guys, there's like six Nicoles, three Veronicas and a Dominique.
This may take a while.
Oh, come on, don't tell me you don't remember me without my cheerleading uniform on.
- He's also seen me with it off.
- Classy.
Oh, Nikki, you Listen, why don't you go get us some drinks, OK? Run along.
And then we'll, uh, we'll reminisce later, me and you, OK? Oh, I'm not letting you out of my sight.
Come on.
[Nate laughing.]
Uh, you know, Nikki, uh, hey, whoa.
The the bar is down there.
Why don't we go get a - Oh, please, you don't have to get me drunk.
- Oh.
Oh! I don't mean to be insulting or anything, Nikki, but I'm not sure I, uh I'm not sure I have feelings for you anymore.
I I like you.
Maybe as friends.
Well, if that's the way it's gonna be.
Nikki! Nikki! Nikki! I'm sorry! Nikki! Nikki! Nikki, I'm sorry, Nikki.
I, uh Nikki? Parker, uh, seems my, uh, ex-flame has, uh, locked me in the, uh, I don't know, storage closet or something in the east hallway, so Wow.
You must have really broken her heart.
High school is so dramatic.
They give trophies for chess.
- [man speaking Farsi.]
- [whirring.]
It's the Vezerat! They're coming in! Wait a minute, what are the Iranians doing there? - Thank you, Parker.
- Yeah.
No problem.
Hey, guess what I heard? - Huh? - Bunch of ladies said Drake McIntyre - was the best they ever had.
- [Sophie.]
Really? Frank DiNunzio stuffed you in locker 243.
Uh, Nikki, uh, what happened to Drake? Oh, I just wanted him out of the picture so I could have you all to myself.
- Ah! - Oh, your dress, I'm so sorry.
No, its fine, its fine.
I've seen worse.
You know, you better go wash that off, 'cause that could stain.
- No, really, it's - Uh, Grace, uh, go ahead.
We have all evening to catch up.
So, did you ever see the girls' locker room? That's where we used to shower after cheerleading practice.
- What happened, he got away? - [Sophie.]
She took him.
That That bloody little slut.
- All right, all right, calm down, now.
- No.
I mean, just because I'm not a cheerleader or something All right, let's forget about her, all right? Eliot has company and we're no closer to getting the password, so I think we need to escalate.
- You think he's ready? - Uh, guys, I've accounted for all the Nikki's in the Class of '85.
Your Nikki's not even in the yearbook.
You think she's a fraud like us? What is she, just some random hussy who's out for his cash? - [beeping.]
- Not exactly.
She's a hired gun.
An assassin? Nikki's an assassin? Yeah, I guess we weren't the only ones with the bright idea to pose as alumni.
This chick's connected to wetwork jobs all up and down the East Coast.
Russian mob, Italian mob There's a New Zealand mob? - All right, this is our fault.
- I didn't do anything.
Well, yeah, we lured him to a non-secured environment.
We exposed him.
And now we have to save him.
We can't destroy Manticore with him dead, so split up and find him.
Eliot, what's happening on your end? [men speaking Farsi.]
T-minus five seconds.
This reunion sucks.
The health inspector? I'm gonna have to dock you again.
Hey, Duberman must have pissed off the Iranians.
They hired an assassin to take him out while they raid his office.
Eliot, you gotta keep them away from that computer.
What do you think I'm doing? [grunting.]
- [neck cracks.]
- Or not.
What are you? Oh.
I'm not getting lucky, am I? Your luck has just run out, Duberman.
The Iranians don't care for your negotiating style.
Nikki, or whatever your name is, I can double what they're paying.
Oh, I'm sure you could.
But that wouldn't look so good for my reputation.
OK [stammering.]
Let's figure out a price here.
And by the way, you're still a nerd.
- [grunting.]
- Grace.
Thank God.
I always hated cheerleaders.
It's mean girls like you that always ruined high school for the rest of us.
What the hell are you talking about? [grunting.]
Damn it! [whimpering.]
Duberman? Whoa, whoa, hey, whoa, what are you doing? Whoa, whoa! - Drake.
- Hey, listen, listen.
You locked me in a closet, you're trying to shoot my friend, Doucherman, here.
I'm starting not to like you there, Nikki.
They only paid me to deliver one body, so get out of my way.
You just wait three seconds.
Now, why would I do that? [grunts.]
That's why.
What a business.
- Drake.
- Huh? I don't know why, but you just saved me.
You can call me Doucherman all you like.
Yeah, OK, all right, all right.
You know, the truth is, you weren't even the cruelest to me in high school.
You weren't as bad as Pat Brander.
No, no.
And where's he tonight to save your ass, huh? Right? Right.
What are you doing? I just saved your life.
- She.
- What? Pat Brander.
I've already been fooled once tonight, it's not gonna happen again.
Who are you? If you're not Drake McIntyre, then who the hell are you? Is anybody here who they say they are? [Sophie.]
Just Are you the real Grace Peltz? There is no Grace Peltz.
She's a fiction invented to flatter your ego.
So you're with that assassin? You're all trying to kill me? No, no, no.
Were not trying to kill you.
Just your business.
Yes, on behalf of Cyrus Madavhi, that kid you had beaten and robbed, so that you could continue to sell Manticore to Iran.
I don't know what you're what you're talking about.
I'm calling the police.
Well, don't bother.
We already did, and they should be on their way.
Just as soon as our man inside your office destroys Manticore using your password.
Oh, you couldn't possibly.
It was pretty easy to figure out, once we got inside this hallway.
Zavransky? Mandy double-D, your locker combination? You're smart.
But not smart enough.
It's changed.
All your work for nothing, Fake Drake.
Yeah, it's done.
- [grunting.]
- Good to know.
- Ah! - Ah, shut up.
- [beeping.]
- All right, I'm in.
Now what? OK, good.
Deauthorize and delete all directories, just like I showed you.
Oh! It's done.
Manticore's dead.
[phone beeping.]
That's not possible.
I changed the password.
This is another trick.
Is it? Or is it Badger 85? That's the new password.
But I just changed it.
How could you know it? Well, you know, it turns out, just like high school, you can be pushed around.
Neuro-linguistic programming.
It's amazing what you can do with the power of suggestion.
Say, wasn't that Mrs.
Zavransky's room? It's right here on my badge.
Are you sure? I wore glasses since I was eight.
Five years ago, I It wasn't all bad.
Your brain, you know, just hold on to all the painful I already ate.
Five months of dieting to fit into this Badger, badger, badger, badger, 85! Badger 85! You You hacked me? You got inside my head? Hey, we did save your life.
What's the matter, Schmitty? Holy crap, they're out of beer! [indistinct yelling.]
- Hey, he's got a gun! - FBI, freeze! Oh! No! Let go of me! [man.]
Stand back! What are you staring at?! I'm better than you.
I'm better than all of you! - Let's go.
- I'm Larry Duberman! Ah, Doucherman.
I suppose the FBI received an anonymous tip.
Well, yeah, I mean, between the files that Eliot just emailed them - And the ledger from the cafe.
- Duberman's looking at a lot of time in detention.
And with Manticore gone, Cyrus's people are one step closer to freedom.
Hey, I already told Cyrus, Manticore is destroyed.
I'm sure he's spreading the good news right now.
[speaking Farsi on computer.]
- Well, I think it's time we graduate.
- Yes.
Your votes are in for the King and Queen of the reunion.
And the lucky winner is Grace Peltz and Drake McIntyre.
- [Schmitty.]
Mac Attack, yeah.
- [applause.]
Uh, very funny, Hardison.
Oh, you think I did this? Nah, man, I don't rig elections.
I mean, I could, but Parker, was this you? I didn't even know they had Kings and Queens in high school.
Yeah, um Well, I guess it was a good con.
- Oh, no, I Thank you.
- Mac attack! Uh, Hardison, why don't you, uh, maybe, uh, set off a fire alarm about now.
You two enjoy this, you earned it.
Grace Peltz and Drake McIntyre.
- [soft music plays.]
- So, uh So I OK.
So you think we would have, uh, been a couple in high school? Who? Grace Peltz and the great Drake McIntyre? - Mmm-mm, don't think so.
- No, no, Nate Ford and - And? - And Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh.
Don't ruin the mood.
May I have this dance, miss? So, this is what high school's like, huh? [Hardison.]
Eh, pretty much.
Hello? Everybody having a good time at the dance? Anybody wondering if Eliot made it out? [grunts.]
Is anybody wondering if Eliot's alive? Hello?
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