Leverage s03e16 Episode Script

The San Lorenzo Job

You honestly think you stood a chance? Honestly, no.
We didn't stand a chance in hell.
- [Sophie.]
Damien Moreau is done.
- Look what we did to him.
"Damien Moreau under investigation for antiquities smuggling.
" "Moreau linked to blood diamonds.
" "Moreau assets in Switzerland, Germany and Bolivia seized.
" Last time anybody got this much press in the news, they had a nasty video out.
- What kind of video? - [stammers.]
I don't know.
- I did not watch it, that would be wrong.
- [Nate.]
Now, Moreau is sitting in San Lorenzo, a country with no extradition, his own private security and he's gonna wait this out until it blows over.
But he will be back, I guarantee you.
Now, we've been in this situation before.
I pushed you into it.
You were drunk.
- Super drunk.
- Thanks, Parker.
I remember that.
So, I've pushed you, I've tricked you, I've lied to you.
So now I'm just going to ask you.
And if any of you, any of you, say no, then it's done.
We don't do it.
Help me get rid of this Moreau guy for good.
Damien Moreau is holed up in San Lorenzo.
Now, this was a British colony up until 1969, so the official language is still English.
Less than 300,000 people living on 120 square miles.
The population of the capital city couldn't even fill the cheap seats at Fenway.
I mean, you could fit the entire government in this room.
- What's Moreau using for resources? - He's got millions in jewelry and gold bars stacked up at his villa there.
I mean, we took out his international business, but he still could afford to sell and buy this country five times over.
I'm thinking The Spanish Turnabout.
No, he's not gonna leave the country.
Turnabout pays off in an airport.
- The Peking Watch Con.
- Nice.
Guys, guys, uh, this is Damien Moreau.
Now, we got lucky the first time.
We caught him on his blind side.
He still almost killed us.
Now, if he, uh, catches wind that we're running a con or a heist that he's seen before, we're done.
- It's gotta be something new.
- There are no new cons, Nate.
Put this up on the big screen.
Remember I told you I had a friend in San Lorenzo? Make sure it's encrypted, too, because he's taking a big chance by talking to us.
- Oh, so I do my job - Do your job.
- that I've been doing for years.
- Do your job.
General Flores, could you please tell my team what you were saying earlier about Moreau? I have not been general for a long time, Commander.
You understand, we've had open elections in San Lorenzo since our independence in 1969.
Democracy is, uh, hard, but we were making progress until President Ribera.
Ribera was a minor officer in our security forces.
Then Damien Moreau came to our country.
He bankrolled Ribera's political career.
Within a year, Ribera had bribed and murdered his way into the presidency.
Anyone who opposes him is declared an enemy of the state.
They are imprisoned, and by law their assets are seized.
Their families bankrupted.
This is why the general is in hiding.
He's your candidate running against Ribera.
General, I understand you're taking quite a risk for yourself and your family by talking to us.
Uh, we we certainly owe you a debt.
No, I'm the one with the debt.
Spencer saved my life.
- Twice.
- [chuckles.]
- And a half.
- How do you half-save someone's life? Because I was the one who was sent to kill him.
So I figured that only counts as a half, right? That actually makes sense.
- [banging.]
- General, I - [banging continues.]
- What is it? I don't know.
General, is that a secure line? [shouting, grunting.]
I thought you said this thing was safe, man! It was, man.
They just hacked it from the other side.
It's serious software, like, uh Manticore? Thank you for destroying Duberman last year.
Bankrupted his company.
Put his old servers on the open market.
Amazing what ten million dollars and some clever tech support can do.
- Moreau.
- Hey, don't blame yourselves for this.
Ribera makes sure I stay safe, so I make sure he stays president.
Actually, to be fair, I wouldn't have found Flores if you hadn't contacted him.
So, uh, go ahead and do blame yourselves.
You can't just kill a war hero like Flores.
No, of course not.
We've got UN Election Inspectors here, world media.
No, he's just in prison until after the election.
Then he'll have a car accident.
You know how these things are done.
Or, um, you used to.
Sleep tight.
[Nate dialing phone.]
- [line rings.]
- Ciao.
[speaks Italian.]
You cleared customs under a different name.
Your IDs and your work visas are inside.
It wasn't easy.
Well, if it was easy, I wouldn't have asked you for help.
Now, he doesn't know we're here, right? Mr.
Ford, it will never work.
Damien Moreau will never leave San Lorenzo.
Thank you.
[broadcaster on TV.]
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
People, no.
You need the windows to be open.
You need light to see the goal.
You need to see the goal to win the race.
And also, people, you need the TVs to be off.
Half the time, they're telling us things we already know, - the other half they're telling us things that just aren't true.
- Excuse me, who are you? James Draper, election Consultant.
Uh, General Flores hired me to run the last week of his campaign.
- The final push and all.
- But, Flores is in jail.
- Oh, well, give me the next in line.
- The next guy, uh Yeah, your next guy in the party that can run for president.
He's in jail, too.
So is the next, uh, guy.
- Who are you? - Michael Vittori.
- Why aren't you in jail? - Because I am 30 points behind in the polls.
Why bother to arrest a loser, huh? I am sorry you wasted your trip.
Wasted my trip? No, no.
You're perfect.
No, no, no, no, this guy's awful.
I have to agree with Nate.
You know how much I hate doing that.
Well, look, Ribera arrested anybody else who stood a chance at taking him down.
Look, these are the other candidates right here.
Drug dealer.
Drug dealer.
Drug addict.
Embezzler, drug dealer and drug addict.
And my personal favorite: Ew! - Ew! What is that? - [moaning on monitor.]
There's no secrets on the Internet.
When will people learn this? You want to help me run this race? I don't run races.
I win them.
- Bolivia, 2002.
- Estonia, 2003.
- The Republic of Malta, 2005.
- Do you know me now? - Why me? - Why you? Because you are a man of the people and a leader of men.
The people of San Lorenzo need you because you can bring this country into the shining future that it deserves.
The people of San Lorenzo, they need you! And I'm under contract, so let's get going.
You've heard the man.
Let's get started.
[workers chattering.]
You sure about this? [sighs.]
Let's go steal a country.
Good, you're here.
I need you to change the banking laws.
I'm moving what's left of my money into San Lorenzo.
I don't want to worry about paperwork.
This is the office of the president.
Ribera, you're not the first president I bought.
You're not even the most expensive one.
It's my office, just sign.
- What's gotten into you? - Schoolteacher Vittori.
- He's having a press conference.
- Well, that's good.
Makes it convincing for the UN inspectors if they think there's more than one candidate.
Easier to pretend it's a real election.
- [Vittori.]
I'm not sure about this.
- The speech is focus-tested through anonymous email linguistic sampling.
Just good words people like.
We don't really do press conferences here.
Yeah, well, exactly.
That's why people came.
Different is good, different is news.
And this quote from my grandmother, "The truth is a light"? She never said this.
- Yeah, well, maybe she will.
- But she's dead.
Oh, well, then there's no way to know that she didn't say it, huh? There you go.
Nate, I have to say, of all the deceitful, unprincipled, corrupt things - I've done in my entire life, nothing's as bad as - Politics.
I can't even say it.
Announcing your Independent candidate, - Michael Vittori.
- [applause.]
- [feedback.]
- Good evening.
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for being here today.
OK, hopefully Vittori is a stall.
- Eliot, did you find your friend yet? - [Eliot.]
- [Nate.]
- No.
Flores isn't in a regular prison, he's in The Tombs, cells are underneath the Parliament building left over from the old colonial days.
They tore the stairwell out, put in a single elevator.
Closed shafts, no access.
Only way in and out.
And even if you get past the guards, they're gonna shoot the elevator up on your way back out.
Its a kill box.
Flores, getting him out's gonna be loud, it's gonna be messy.
Hey, how about this? Steam vent.
Welded shut.
It's a steam vent, Parker, all right? People don't Normal people don't go They feel like it's Will burn This is it, we're here.
This intersection is 60 feet below the street.
You sure that's - [sings musical note.]
- [note echoes.]
That's it.
Sixty feet.
That pipe.
But what I can do is be a light that leads us through these dark days.
My grandmother used to say that the truth is a light, and that light must shine.
Let me light the way for San Lorenzo.
And in turn a small island, little body with a mighty heart, will be a light that leads the world.
- [applause.]
- [reporter.]
Vittori, what are your thoughts Mr.
Vittori, how do you feel about San Lorenzo joining NATO? What about the whereabouts of General Flores? Ha! Look at him run.
No, that speech was very odd.
It was good.
It was? - What are you doing? - They're asking questions.
- [both.]
- But nobody's ever asked questions before.
Nobody's even paid attention before.
Just stick to the talking points.
You're an honest man who wants an honest economy.
If you look confident, then you'll sound confident.
Once they know you, they will love you, - and that's the truth.
- Oh, get that.
- What was that? - What? [on TV.]
this woman is that Vittori is speaking with, is she in fact as involved with his campaign? I'm happy to answer questions now.
- Who is that woman? - Is she your girlfriend? Excuse me, how is that relevant? - What are you trying to hide? - I'm not trying to hide Does anyone have a question related to my campaign? - Is she a hooker? - What? What? I am an honest man who wants an honest economy.
[toilet bubbles.]
[cell phone rings.]
- Hello? - [Eliot.]
Always full of surprises.
We're working on a way to get you out of there, sir.
And my people? Spencer, the rest of my cabinet, men I've fought with, my ministers, they're down here with me.
- I can't leave without them.
- Sir, we can barely find a way to get you out of there alone.
These people you are with now, would you leave any of them behind? Ever? I thought so.
I cannot take the chance they will kill these men in reprisal if you rescue me.
Leave me here.
No matter what.
Are you OK? Nate, I hope you're having a better day than we are.
- Not exactly.
- Nate, we have to do something.
No, no, no.
If Moreau finds out were in the country he's gonna kill Sophie.
Oh, uh, my name is, uh, Rebecca Ibanez.
And, um, well, we were trying to keep this a big secret, but, um, yes, as Michael's grandmother used to say, the truth is a light, and the light must shine.
- We're getting married.
- [crowd chattering.]
- [Sophie laughs.]
- My grandmother, she - No, sh - [crowd chattering.]
Oh, it's very happy news, yes.
He's a wonderful man.
- One at a time.
- Are you a teacher? Yes, yes, I am also a schoolteacher.
I, um, I teach underprivileged Hey, man.
Hey, the feedback is great.
I mean, online's going crazy for her, there's a hash tag on her.
There's a bunch of phone videos going viral.
- What about her back-story? - I'll have to wait till she's done making it up.
But I can graft one of her old IDs onto it.
Listen, man, she's not Princess Di.
It's a small country.
We got this.
We Uh, hell, it's Moreau.
- Yeah, I caught that.
- Ford.
- Yeah.
- I have to ask, why won't you leave me alone? Well, you move dirty money.
Well, we want a big family.
Behind every great fortune, there's a great crime.
If we couldn't move money just because it was dirty, the world economy would collapse.
I'm a banker, Ford.
Some banks buy land, I buy politicians.
Some banks invest in business, I invest in countries.
And I think big.
And I don't judge the men I do business with.
Now, that's not a sin.
That's vision.
- Oh.
- Now, come along.
Uh My man here has hacked into all the security feeds at the Parliament Building, so if anything were to happen to me or my team, the footage would go straight to the police and to Interpol.
- That's not my problem.
- Well, I think you should know, though, that there are more UN Election Officials here in this country right now than there are tourists.
Now your man, Ribera, he's already arrested his main opponent, so if anything further were to go wrong with his election, like say the kidnapping of U.
citizens, well, you just might lose your safe haven.
Make it interesting, Ford.
Yeah, I'll try.
You do know I haven't hacked into any of the security feed for Parliament? - Yeah.
- I should go get on that.
- Do.
- Yeah.
Oh, boy, Sophie, what have you done? Honey.
Oh, he's so shy.
- [indistinct chatter.]
- Hey, up ten points.
- [Nate.]
Not enough.
- [beeping.]
- It's ten points, man.
Sophie's a hit.
- It's not enough.
[applause, cheering.]
Eliot, Parker, start looking at those other plans.
- Those are pretty nasty.
- Welcome to politics.
- [sighs.]
- I am worried, Mr.
- I should not be lying to the people.
- I agree.
- You know, you're up ten points.
- I am? - Michael, do you believe that Ribera's bad for the people? - Absolutely.
- Then it's worth anything to stop him.
For the people.
- I suppose Don't think of it as a lie.
Think of your engagement to Rebecca as a campaign promise.
You tell people you're going to marry her, and when you become president, - mmm, you don't.
- How is a campaign promise different than a lie? It's complicated.
Uh, hey, right now, uh, your people, they need a pep talk.
It's not about us anymore, it's about them.
Come on, let's get started.
OK, well, after two full days, you're still alive.
Michael was seconds away from burying your little plan - in a shallow grave.
- Shallow grave.
Well, that's that's good.
That Remember that joke next time we're out in the forest with two shovels in our hands.
Country of 300,000 people, half of them likely to vote.
Yeah, I just need 20,000 of them to change their mind in less than a week.
Nate, if stealing a country were easy, everyone would do it.
- Check it, man.
- The campaign ad? Yeah, you see, Ribera and Moreau, they own the media, but they do not own the web.
Look what every person in San Lorenzo got in their inbox this morning.
San Lorenzo.
Today a glittering jewel of the Mediterranean.
Tomorrow, President Edwin Ribera.
Against fire safety, for guns.
I did an image and language scan of every successful US political ad, - and I just combined the top techniques.
- Mm-hmm.
Against education, for child labor.
- Ouch.
- Vote Michael Vittori for president.
You don't think it's a little over the top.
Over the top? What language are you speaking? [man.]
Presidente! Mi Presidente! - Hey.
- [boy screams.]
What? What? Me? I take it back.
- [woman.]
So nice to meet you.
- Thank you.
[camera clicks.]
- [Nate sighs.]
- This is incredible.
Yeah, now this is about the point in American politics, right, where you wanna drum up a little scandal.
Like, uh, money? No.
A scandal won't work.
Everyone knows he is corrupt.
No, no, no, no, worse than money.
- Sex.
- Way worse.
What scandal is worse than money or sex? [grunts.]
[woman on TV.]
A Canadian animal rights activist joins us today with shocking allegations.
- This is Ray LaRoque.
- Did you see this? What brought you to San Lorenzo? Well, two words, Nicole.
dog fighting, eh? So you contend that dogs are made to fight to the death in the courtyard of the Presidential Palace? Oh, absolutely.
Uh, even, uh, puppies as young as this one right here, this adorable little thing right here.
- [laughs.]
- Wait.
Was the president at these fights? [Eliot.]
Uh, I never saw the president at the fights, but I am aware that the dogfights did happen on his estate while he was home.
- Oh, this is lies.
- [Nicole.]
The presidential spokesman has yet to comment.
This is Nicole Polimo reporting from the Presidential Palace.
Oh, little [chuckles.]
I think I hate you.
You know, I'm OK with that.
OK, I should cancel the debate tonight.
Hm? The questions.
All of them.
And don't look surprised, Ribera, I own the TV station.
Listen, tonight you'll bury him at the debate.
Tomorrow, he loses in what will be the closest election in years.
Which, frankly, only helps legitimize you, so relax.
[both men grunt.]
So listen to the question, then pause before you answer.
It shows you're thoughtful.
Yes, dear, I am not made for this.
This should be General Flores.
He is a leader.
Do you want people to follow you? To do what you ask? All right, I'm going to give you the secret.
Very straight, very confident.
And then you give a person a choice.
And one of those choices is a very easy yes.
You get someone to answer yes to you in their head, and before they even realize it, they're on your side.
And then as you do this, what you're going to do is you're going to reach forward as if to shake their No, no, no, like this.
No, as if to shake their hand.
I mean, Western culture, we're hardwired to trust that gesture.
So, very straight, an easy choice, reach forward.
- Now, go on.
- It sounds so easy when you say it.
Are you going to let down all those people that have worked so hard to support you? - Or do you want to be president of your country? - I want to be pres Oh.
- [sighs.]
- Go on.
The next question in tonight's presidential debate will go to President Ribera.
President, San Lorenzo enjoys the highest standard of living in the region.
How would you build on that in your second term? I believe my greatest accomplishment in my term as president has been, uh, economic development.
I [clears throat.]
- One moment.
- Another softball question.
Did you see what she asked Michael? Who's the finance minister of the EU? Michael.
OK, wait for it.
We have increased tourism 22 percent thanks to my [stammers.]
s-s suc-successful, the, uh, the Soul of the Mediterranean campaign.
[clears throat.]
Excuse me.
- [sighs.]
- Now, we put, uh, nicotine cream under his wristwatch.
Vote for me, hm? - Soul of the Mediterranean campaign.
- Your coat, Mr.
Thank you.
My greatest accomplishment is - Ha! - Good luck.
Thank you.
The nicotine on the skin goes right into the bloodstream.
- Rapid heartbeat.
- Disorientation.
- Sweats.
- And makes him look like he's been - Sir, are you? - What? - Is he drinking? - [Ribera.]
- I don't know.
- [Ribera.]
This is water.
I just I just don't I Oh, thank you.
Vittori, rebuttal.
Does San Lorenzo want to live in the past with President Ribera? Or do they want a brighter future for their children? [indistinct chatter.]
These are the latest numbers.
- I think tomorrow's anybody's game.
- Yeah.
I'm going to be so glad when this election's over.
Well, don't be.
The only reason we're alive is that Moreau doesn't want to taint the election.
He's gonna kill us.
The second the polls close.
[indistinct chatter.]
Good luck.
- OK, how we doin'? - It's a record turnout, which is very, very good for us.
There's not much time left at the polls.
I've got everyone doing get out and vote calls.
- OK, you go get on that other thing.
- Now? Yeah, now.
Now, listen, if things get ugly, you gotta turn Vittori loose.
- No.
- If things get too hot, they're gonna come after him hard.
You can't get in the crossfire.
Well, that's even more reason why one of us should be watching his back.
Listen, would you take a bullet for this guy? Maybe.
For them.
Too close to call, hm? Too close to call! How'd you let it get this far?! Why did you bring them to my country? Get out! Can you control the streets? We don't have tanks to put in the streets.
My security forces are very good at driving people up into the mountains and making them disappear, but riot control, I don't know.
But they do provide security for the candidates, too.
In theory.
Polls closing in just minutes, we're hearing rumors from Parliament of an upset victory - for Michael Vittori.
- [cheering.]
This could be a landmark moment in the history of San Lorenzo.
Something for the history books.
Here we go.
Copy that.
[men chattering indistinctly.]
Copy that.
Age of the geek, baby.
And from our European desk, local press in San Lorenzo are saying that President Edwin Ribera may soon be on his way out and schoolteacher Michael Vittori on his way in.
multiple sources from deep in the government, including missing Independent Party candidate, General Flores.
- Flores? - [Flores.]
It's true.
All charges against me have been dropped.
And my men have all been released.
We're heading for Parliament right now.
I can only assume this is because Michael Vittori is even now taking control of our government.
Thank God.
[speed dials, line rings.]
I don't care.
Send men down to make sure he's still in his cell.
And if he is there, finish him.
And get the rest.
Yes, including Vittori.
OK guys, we're hot.
Get out.
We're taking you to the Presidential Palace now, sir, so we can issue a statement once the final votes are tallied.
General Ribera feels it's important there be unity.
- For San Lorenzo! - [cheering.]
- This way, sir.
- Yes.
- Nothing? - No, we have Vittori.
- We can hold him till the results are in.
- I just called my TV station.
They will not announce any results until we have cleared them.
The radio station is the same.
We can lock this down.
[door banging.]
- Good, we can talk.
- [yelling.]
- Eliot, they've got Vittori.
- [Eliot.]
I'm out of position.
Fine, I'll do it myself.
- Michael! - Oh! - We were going to the palace.
- Oh, you're adorable.
We've got to get you into that crowd.
We need to get you into that crowd now.
You honestly think you stood a chance? Honestly, no.
We didn't stand a chance in hell.
Excuse me.
Excuse me.
- We have a visual.
- Ah, the candidate and his fiancé are joining us live.
Can you comment on these rumors that there has been a stunning upset? Uh, yes.
Uh, I didn't think this was possible when we started, but the people of San Lorenzo have found their voice.
No matter what happens, don't let them take it from you.
And no matter what they do, rise up and take your freedom! - [man.]
Viva Ribera! - [man 2.]
Look out! - [grunting.]
- [screaming.]
Rebecca! - Rebecca! - [screaming.]
She's dead.
She's dead! Rebecca, how could they do this? I didn't.
Not in front of cameras.
OK, I have CNN, I have BBC, I have the UN Elections Inspector General all calling for my blood.
- Can I kill him yet? - I need a drink.
This is nothing I can't fix.
They haven't even announced the votes yet.
Of course not.
That's the whole point.
What does he mean? What do you mean? [sighs.]
This is a warrant for the arrest of Damien Moreau.
Keep it.
Because you're gonna sign that before I finish this drink.
- I'm so done with you.
- And I'm done with you, Moreau.
You know, for all the, uh, blood and corruption that you deal in, well, I've seen your like a hundred times.
You think because of all your money that the entire world has to play by your rules.
You're just another bastard in a suit.
So? [chuckles.]
Then what are you? I'm a thief.
Thieves don't win elections, we steal them.
- [crowd cheering.]
- [car horns honking.]
There are people in the street.
Widespread celebration, chaos, as everyone in San Lorenzo has received an official email from the government confirming Michael Vittori has won the election.
This is despite I told them not to report the results.
Well, they're not reporting results, but they have to report people in the streets, they have to report what people are saying.
In the absence of truth, the press will report rumor.
Didn't you get it, Moreau? I mean, from the beginning, I was running an American campaign.
No need win, you just declare victory from the start, first.
And then you stick to the story.
I have the media, I have the guns, I have the government.
You know what I have? I have a 24-year-old genius with a Smartphone and a problem with authority.
You really never stood a chance.
Look what every person in San Lorenzo got in their inbox this morning.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
You sent this ad to everyone in the country? Yeah.
Took me an hour.
- Victory for Michael Vittori.
This is a landmark - [cheering.]
Age of the geek, baby.
Did you know? And I didn't know this.
Four out of five people, they don't get their news anymore from the television or the radio.
No, they get it from their Smartphone or a computer.
That's a lie.
It will never hold up.
Absolutely not.
But, you know, any lie can last, you know, ten minutes.
You see, what we needed to do is we needed to get everyone to believe the same lie - for the same ten minutes.
- [woman on TV.]
General Flores, are you involved - in the new administration? - [Flores.]
At this moment - Do you see this? - meeting with President Vittori.
We are going to be investigating this horrible attempt that has taken place today, we are going to find out who is responsible.
The people [turns off the TV.]
Why is Flores alive? - Hello? Hello? - [static.]
Oh, yeah, no, sorry, yeah, no, we stole your security men, too, so [sighs.]
It's a dry heat.
Who are you? I'm supposed to tell you, [mimicking Eliot.]
"We be the cavalry.
" Spencer.
Look! [laughs.]
And no matter what they do, rise up and take your freedom! - [man.]
Viva Ribera! - [man 2.]
Look out! Come, Eliot.
We came here to announce that we have won the election.
I am president of San Lorenzo.
The first moments of my regime are stained with blood by those who wanted to steal our freedom.
So I ask you, do you want to go down in history with those assassins, or do you want to be heroes? [applause, cheering.]
San Lorenzo! Ah, that would be the riots.
Yes, those happy crowds are just learning you gunned down - their beautiful first lady.
- Ribera, do not lose your nerve.
You know, he's right.
You could fight this.
But the people believe that they won.
And no matter how many ballots you show the international community, it's always gonna look like a fix.
Now, from this point forward, running this country is gonna be a pain in the ass.
- [banging.]
- And you will always be looking over your shoulder.
Of course, if you're not president anymore, there would be no reason for anyone to bother you.
You could have a nice pension, a nice estate in the country.
- How nice an estate? - Ribera, you do not listen to him, you listen to me.
- How nice an estate? - Well, I understand his villa is spectacular.
- His villa? - Well, sure.
You could have all of the assets that come with the house plus anything that's hidden in it.
Can you imagine what's there? It's not the government's to give.
There are laws.
There are laws, including the law that says the government can seize the assets of a political prisoner.
Anyone who opposes him is declared an enemy of the state.
They are imprisoned.
And by law, their assets are seized.
Vittori and Flores are honest men.
They won't go for that.
You're right.
No! I have people! I have lawyers! You, you! Help me! No! - Ah.
- How is this going to go, Ribera? [sighs.]
I have just performed my last act as president of San Lorenzo.
- I am conceding the election.
- You are? Who am I to oppose the will of the people? Now, let us discuss the terms of my retirement.
[door lock buzzer sounds.]
Get your hands off me! You! You have to get me out of here.
You have to extradite me.
Put me on trial in Rome or Paris.
I'm so sorry, but San Lorenzo does not recognize extradition treaties.
- Damien Moreau will never leave San Lorenzo.
- Wait! Wait! Who are you people?! With the resignation of President Ribera, there is no question as to the legitimacy of President Vittori's administration, despite the confusion over the initial voting results.
What is your role in the new administration? [Flores.]
I am advising President Vittori on foreign policy, acting as his minister within the Parliament.
Don't cry for me, San Lorenzo.
You are utterly unclear on how to be dead.
This is the second time in two years that you've shown up at your own funeral.
They're gonna put my face on the new 20 royal note.
- I know.
- Name a girls' school after me.
- I heard.
- Hey, did you see the inauguration speech? - He's a natural.
- Yeah.
You have every right to be proud.
I am.
I'm proud.
You know, we didn't just con someone, we built something.
- Well, we did subvert democracy.
- [scoffs.]
Eggs, omelet.
Fair enough.
We're a good team.
We are.
We're a team.
Partners in crime.
- Partners? - Together.
See, you know, when we met, all that running and chasing, you know, it was romantic, but it wasn't real.
This, this is real.
Friends then.
Do you want a friendly drink? [sighs.]
You're a bad influence.
- What's all that? - Knickknacks.
We just stole a country, I want a souvenir.
- Where's your luggage? - I don't travel with luggage.
I'm gonna go get Nate.
[both grunting.]
What do you got up in here, Parker, some of Moreau's gold bars? Hey, you got your souvenirs, I got mine.
- Oh, whoa, what is? Hey! - Nate, let's go, take off.
- [groans.]
- Let's go.
Yeah, I was just I had a couple last night, you know, drink just to celebrate.
I don't care, man.
Moreau's gone.
You're a free man.
- Yeah.
- Things are back to normal.
- Uh-oh.
- Aye.

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