Private Eyes (2015) s02e18 Episode Script

Shadow of a Doubt

1 [LAUGHING] Look at that one.
Look at his face.
It's hilarious.
Can you just send it to the client already? Yeah.
I can't believe you got that guy to lift a 60-pound box over his head while wearing a neck brace in broad daylight.
- All in a day's work.
- Right.
- Photos are on their way.
- Great.
So, is it a present or just news? - What? - My surprise.
- What are you talking about? - That call yesterday.
You were on the phone for, like, ten minutes, all cloak and dagger.
If I wanted you to know, I would've told you.
Well, if you didn't want me to know, you would've waited until I was gone.
- It's a surprise, right? For me? - For God's sake, you're worse than a kid at Christmas shaking his gifts.
Open the glove box.
Look inside.
It's the one-year anniversary of our very first case, and I figured you're part of this firm, you might as well have your name on it.
I've never had my name on anything before.
So I guess Shade and Everett was already taken? Oh, shut up.
- [MUFFLED TECHNO MUSIC] - What is that? No idea.
[LOUD ELECTRO RAP SONG] I see you and you see me Watch you blowin' the lines when you're making a scene Oh boy, you've got to know What my head overlooks The senses will show to my heart When it's watching for lies 'Cause you can't escape my Private Eyes They're watching you Private Eyes They're watching you, watching you, watching you Watching you So, you think someone bugged our office.
I'm so sorry about all of that.
I just I need to be extra careful.
Why? Is someone after you? I don't know.
I'm not really sure of anything anymore.
Why don't you just tell us what happened? OK, um My name is Dana Edson.
I'm a software engineer.
Or at least I was.
I was fired three weeks ago.
Sorry to hear that.
What company? Summit Path Technologies.
They're IT consultants.
They build customised social media apps for commercial clients.
Tech architecture, UX design, stuff like that.
Yeah, sure.
Oh yeah.
And why do you need us? I'm sorry, just one second.
It's OK, just take your time.
You need to understand that there aren't a lot of female coders out there, so I got a lot of attention.
Unwanted attention.
My first week there, the founder of the company, Ray West, started hanging around my desk, telling me how good I looked, that I must work out.
It made me uncomfortable.
- Did you talk to HR? - Of course, but nothing changed.
In fact, things got weirder.
West started asking me personal questions about my tattoo, my brother's divorce Things he couldn't possibly know about.
And then one day he asked all the male employees into his office to discuss Project Marigold.
What was Project Marigold? As it turns out, it was me.
That's my bedroom.
West used a remote hack to activate - the webcam on my smart TV.
- He can do that? He can do whatever he wants.
You know that privacy is meaningless in this day and age, right? The next day, I told West that if he didn't stop harassing me, I'd go right to the police.
I got a termination notice that afternoon.
Well, this is all kinds of wrong, but you really need to talk to a lawyer.
Shade's right.
This has wrongful dismissal written all over it.
I wanna sue him, but I'm afraid of what other photos he might have of me, - from my phone, from my laptop - You're afraid that he'll post the other photos online.
I looked into you.
You have a reputation for helping people with difficult problems and I just thought if look, if I could just get those photos back Steal them back, you mean.
Where are these photos? They're on a hard drive in the main computer lab - on the fifth floor.
- And are you sure there's no duplicates? West isn't dumb enough to upload them to the cloud.
Can you give us a second? Yeah.
So what do you think? I think someone needs to help this woman.
- Yeah, but stealing? - It's recovering.
She never gave them permission to take those photos in the first place.
- It makes my skin crawl.
- You get no argument from me there, but how are we gonna do this? With a really good plan.
[CELL PHONE RINGING] Go for Red Eagle One.
For the last time, we don't need code names.
You're just pissed 'cause I took the best one.
How's it looking on your end? Well, there's a loading dock back here and some service doors but no easy access.
You? Yeah, this place is locked up tighter than Spanx on a sumo wrestler.
As far as I can tell, to get in - you need a key card.
- Yeah, I can see that.
- At least that's something.
- What do you mean? Well, for all their tech savvy, they're still using a standard security protocol.
- [CELL BEEPING] - Hold on.
Hey, Zoe.
You're on with both of us.
I can never figure out how to do that.
- What's going on? - Well, the security guys just finished.
- The bug sweep came back clean.
- Well, that's one piece of good news.
I also contacted my friend at the employment office.
He confirmed that a Dana Edson was let go at Summit Path three weeks ago.
- What can you tell us about the company? - Not much.
Their home page is basically a glorified Twitter timeline.
Sending you a pic of the chief tweeter himself.
OK, Zoe, get a hold of Dana, have her meet us back at the office.
We're gonna need some inside information.
- Where d'you get these? - They were a part of my orientation package when I was first hired.
Poetic justice.
Now you get to use them to take the company down.
So, I think the best way in is through this door near the loading docks.
I saw that when I was there, but there's a security camera pointed right at it.
Well, there are cameras everywhere.
You can't avoid them.
So, once you're inside, it's a straight shot up this elevator to the fifth floor lab, and this is where the hard drives are stored.
Anything else we need to know about? Piranha tank? Giant rolling boulder, maybe? No, that's pretty much it.
Oh, except for the, uh, motion sensors.
- Motion sensors? - In the lab.
There aren't any cameras in there because the information is proprietary, so the motion sensors kick in after hours.
OK, well, daytime it is, then.
We still have the same problem.
We need a key card.
And not just anyone's key card.
They have to have access to the fifth floor.
So? How would you like to put that athleticism you keep bragging about to the test? Hey! Hey! I got it! Hurry up, he's right behind me! No key card.
It's gotta be there somewhere.
Check the pocket.
- I'm telling you, it's not here.
- OK, well, just take his phone.
Meet me back at the agency.
- Oh, hey! - Oh my God, that's amazing! - You OK? - Yeah, I'm fine.
I stopped him, but I think he got your cell phone.
Oh, don't worry about that.
I've got two backups.
At least you got my wallet, right? Hey, um Can I repay you somehow? Let me take you out to dinner.
What's your Ameechee handle? I'll, uh, I'll DM you.
You know what, I'm actually on a social media cleanse.
Thanks anyways.
I mean, seriously, people, stop using your birth year.
Apparently, privacy isn't high on his list of priorities.
Can you bring up his calendar? I don't understand.
I thought all you needed was a key card.
We do.
I just made an appointment in Mr.
West's calendar for a meeting tomorrow morning.
- Fritz Rademacher? - Who's that supposed to be? Better brush up on your German.
I Avete dei piatti vegetariani? What is that, Polish? Ha ha.
Very funny.
I just want to be well-versed when I visit Jules in Italy.
Planning on ordering a lot of vegetarian dishes, are ya? - Speaking of Jules, where is she? - Upstairs.
- Uh, I wouldn't.
- Why not? She's with Liam.
- Liam? What's he doing here? - She said he wanted to talk.
Yeah, I'm sure that's what he wants to do.
Relax, Dad, we only went to third base.
Hi, Mr.
Uh, she's totally kidding about third base.
I don't even know what that is.
You know.
I mean, I know, - but I - Stop talking, Liam.
Yes, sir.
Well, I better get going.
See you around.
- Yeah, sure.
- OK.
Take care.
Dad, don't.
Why is he even still hanging around? I thought you two split up.
Tomorrow, you're going to Italy for 4 months! Really? It's the first I've heard about it.
Just promise me you've got it handled.
I do.
- Matt! Dominick Chambers.
You probably don't remember me.
I'm Dan Chambers' older brother.
I need your help.
So you played for Hillcrest? Yeah, but two years before you and Dan.
Long gone by the time you guys came up.
I got scouted by a team in Scotland, of all places.
- Yeah.
- [CHUCKLING] So how is Dan? I haven't seen that guy in 25 years.
He's great.
He's living in Seattle.
Made a killing off real estate, unlike me, hanging in this crappy bar reminiscing about Coach Bishop.
Coach Bishop, wow.
Didn't he always wear a - Yeah, the silver bowties.
- Yeah.
For 10 years, I thought that was the epitome of cool.
- Ouch.
- Dread.
Look, Shadow, um, I didn't call you here to reminisce about hockey.
I called you here because my brother said that I could trust you.
- You are a PI, right? - Yeah, that's right.
What's up? That is the puck that won the 1951 Stanley Cup finals.
Game 5, Toronto over Montreal.
It belonged to my grandfather.
He was at the game that night, proposed to my grandmother, and to commemorate the occasion - he ultimately bought the puck.
- So what's the problem? - Someone took it.
- Do you know who? I think it was my ex's new boyfriend, Randy, but I was hoping you could help me out.
- Sure.
- Oh, great! Can you give me a couple of days, though? I'm just wrapping up another case.
Uh, can it wait? I mean, I'm pretty sure he's gonna sell, and he's gonna move as quick as he can.
Yeah, it's a kind of a sensitive case.
Sexual harassment.
It requires my full attention.
I'll tell you what: I'll call you in a couple of days and we'll figure it out, OK? - Oh, OK.
Thanks, Shadow.
- You got it.
I'll be in touch.
OK, that's West's building.
Oh, and you'll need one of these.
This is a really bad idea, boss.
- We have no choice.
- I can't do it, West has already seen me.
- All set, Shade? - Jawohl.
Remember, you have to hold your phone up to his key card For a full 3 seconds in order for the cloning app to work.
Yeah, no pressure.
- Guten Tag.
- May I help you? Uh, my nommen is Fritz Rademacher und I have an appointment mit Mr.
- OK.
You can have a seat.
- Danke.
OK, seriously, I don't think I can do this.
I mean, what if I freeze up? Or, you know, even worse, what if I can't stop talking? That's a thing with me, you know.
Yeah, I'm familiar.
Can you just calm down? I'm gonna be in your ear the whole time guiding you.
I don't even know why I agreed to do this.
Because I made it conditional upon your continued employment? - Ah, mister, uh - Rademacher.
I'm sorry, it's just I don't remember - scheduling this interview.
- Yeah, it was some months ago at the coders conference in Gdansk.
I'm sure you remember the keynote speaker.
She had the hair the colour of hefeweizen.
Uh it's just I'm not sure if there's a position available.
But I have come all the way from Berlin, and I hear such wonderful things about your company The tech architecture, und the UX design It really is out of this world.
- It is pretty rad, isn't it? - Ja.
Well, - take a seat, let's figure this out.
- OK, ja, ja.
- I'm in.
- Copy that.
You're up.
What did you say, Germany? Ja, Germany.
We make the cars.
Do you have a résumé? Ja, ja.
Zoe, say something.
You have a package for Mr.
Raymond West.
I have a package for Mr.
Raymond West.
You can just put it on the pile right over there.
Tell her you need a signature.
Uh, sorry, I need Mr.
West to sign for it.
Oh, that's not how we do things here.
Show her the label.
Um oh, this package is actually a little bit sensitive.
It's not the kind of thing you want every Tom, Dick and mailroom employee knowing about, if you catch my drift.
OK hold on.
- This is impressive.
- Ja, thank you.
- Graduate of MIT.
- Ja.
Did you get a chance to work with Dr.
Kashani? Ja, I did.
Ja, ja.
He's very impressive.
Kashani's a woman.
How long ago were you there? Maybe you find she's made some changes, if you know what I'm saying.
Had me there.
- [PHONE RINGING] Excuse me for a moment.
- Hello? - Mr.
West? You have a package down here you have to sign for.
But I'm right in the middle of a meeting right now.
Apparently it's quite sensitive; OK, I'll I'll come down.
I'm so sorry, Mr.
Rademacher, apparently there's a package waiting for me downstairs and I must sign for it.
I'll be right back.
- You're OK here? - Oh ja, ja.
Two minutes.
Well done, Zoe.
Now I just need to clone the card.
I got it.
Keep him busy.
OK, I'll do my best.
This place is a maze.
Which way am I going? Uh, gimme a second.
Uh, OK.
Take the long corridor down the west side of the building.
Yeah, no, it's OK.
I've got time now.
Where's this package? - It's right over there.
- Uh-huh, yeah.
Oh, I understand, Barry.
Just one second.
[BEEPING] I'm blocked.
You're gonna have to keep stalling.
Got it.
Excuse me.
Can I just sign for that? You know what, Barry? I gotta go.
Ah sorry about that.
My bosses are being a real drag.
Uh I just need you to sign right there.
And um there.
And also back of the page.
OK, great.
I guess that's it, then, except - your fingerprint.
- You're kidding, right? What do you need my fingerprint for? Hey, I don't make the rules.
Can I help you? Oh my God, it's you! Shadow? What are you doing here? Hey! How you doing? Is this the bathroom? No, it's not the bathroom.
Come on.
Shadow! I can't believe it's you! Gimme the package Just gimme the package.
Just gimme the package.
Let me see! Let me see! No, no, no, no.
- OK, you know what? Forget it.
Keep it.
- Wait If it's that important, they'll send it again.
No! I'm gonna get in trouble! I saw that game where you hit Stuart Bodkins behind the play, and the crowd screaming looking at the replay, freaking out.
Angie, I couldn't stop him.
He's heading back upstairs.
Shade? You have to get out of there.
Hey, thanks.
Listen, can I get you an autographed picture or something? - I'm in a bit of a hurry.
- Yeah, sure! I've got No, no, I'll bring it next time I'm here, OK? Next time? Next time! - Mr.
Rademacher? - Yeah, you know what, I just found out my father's wiener schnitzel restaurant has just burned to the ground.
I must go right away.
Guten Tag.
- OK, uh - Danke schÃn! I don't understand.
You were caught - and they let you go? - Not caught, exactly.
Shade's a former professional hockey player.
I couldn't do it.
West had already seen me.
The bottom line is we have blown our cover.
We can't get anywhere near Summit Path.
You can't give up now.
You guys are so close.
I'm really sorry, Dana.
Thank you, I I know you guys tried.
[SIGHING] I don't know what I was thinking.
I never should've gone in there.
It's not your fault.
Besides, your fame has helped us in the past.
Yes, I just admitted that.
So what are we gonna do? Dana's right, we can't just abandon her.
I don't know, but at this point we've run out of options.
Hey, listen, I gotta go.
We're having a special dinner for Jules.
She's leaving for Italy.
Oh, right.
- Say bye for me.
Tell her I'll miss her.
- Yeah.
Will do.
- [LAUGHTER] - Just call it my special sauce.
Well, I hope the dinner was OK.
I'm not a gourmet chef yet, I guess.
I thought it was inspired, Don.
- I should have you on the show.
- Oh, thanks so much.
- Double check your flight? - Yeah.
My coat.
- Got a pillow for the plane? - I do.
How about some noise-cancelling headphones? I think I got an old pair - kicking around here somewhere.
- Dad, I got this, - OK? - OK.
I'm gonna miss you.
Not nearly as much as I'm gonna miss you.
You're gonna have a blast, honey.
Italy is gonna change your life.
Oh, I almost forgot.
I got you something.
You didn't have to do that.
Yeah, I know.
Open it.
I figured you're getting a little bit older now; it's probably time that we updated that "Code" necklace I gave you last year.
"Don't forget to spread your wings".
Thanks, Dad, I love it.
Um - About Liam - No, honey, you know what? It's OK.
It's not my business.
I shouldn't have stuck my nose - No, it's not just that.
- OK, sweetie, we really gotta get going.
- OK.
Well - Bye, baby.
I'll call you when I get there, OK? - Bye, sweetie.
- Bye.
- Love you.
Love you both.
- Love you too.
Did I really just send my daughter 4,000 miles away? She's gonna be fine.
It's you I'm worried about.
[CELL PHONE RINGING] Hello? Thank God.
Shade? You gotta help me.
Dana? What's wrong? I know it's late, but I needed to talk to you.
I saw that when I got home.
It's West.
He's still watching me.
I don't know what to do.
You need to take this to the police.
I can't.
It wouldn't do any good.
I don't have any real proof, and even if I even if I I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
It's just my dad is sick.
If those photos get released and it's the last thing that he sees Is that your dad? I didn't mean to No, no, it's OK.
I know that you said your cover was blown, but West is the only one that saw you.
- If you went back in tonight - Tonight? You still have a key card.
West wouldn't be there.
I I can't ask Shade to do that a second time.
Then don't.
No disrespect to your partner, Angie, but he doesn't know what it's like to be a woman in a man's world.
I can't let this happen to someone else.
Dana, I I wanna help, but didn't you say that there are sensors that kick in after hours? You're right.
I'm sorry, I forgot.
I I just haven't been thinking clearly with everything, with my dad I'm sorry.
Just wait.
You know, there's one thing that my dad taught me.
It's never to back down from a fight.
What's the lag time on those sensors? What do you mean? Well, I'm assuming there's a built-in protocol to prevent false alarms, so why don't you walk me through what happens when they're triggered? [BLUES MUSIC] Are you sure this is the same puck? Well, it says it.
I mean, "The Cup-winning puck from game 5 of the 1951 Stanley Cup playoffs".
I mean, I knew he was gonna sell it.
The bid's up to $7,000.
Have you tried talking to the guy? Or even your ex? Maybe if they understood the sentimental value this thing has for you? Are you kidding me? That's why they're selling it.
Look, Randy works at Baycroft Arena.
Guaranteed that's where he's hiding it.
If you distract him, I can run in and grab it.
Me? How am I supposed to do that? You're a legend, Shadow! Plus, Randy's a huge fan.
He'd be over the moon if you read him your shopping list.
Come on.
You have no idea of the effect you have on people.
We could wrap this thing up in 15 minutes, tops.
OK, fine.
Let me just check in with my partner real quick, OK? Right.
I'll settle up.
It's Angie.
Leave me a message.
We doing this? Hey, are you Randy? Matt Shade? Hey, buddy, what can I do for ya? I'll rent this place out.
I'm thinking about putting on a charity event with some of the boys.
Like an old-timers' game? [CHUCKLING] Yeah Here, let me show you around.
[WHISTLING] You're early.
Yes, well, early bird catches the worm.
Hope I don't find any, though.
Don't like worms.
Or snakes.
Or basically anything that slithers.
Anyhoo, I best get crackin', 'cause those toilets are not gonna clean themselves.
Uh, hold up.
- Where's Maria? - Maria, right.
She is sick tonight.
- Oh, she was sick last week.
- Yes.
Yes, she was.
I keep telling that girl she's gotta lay off the all-you-can-eat sushi bars.
- Ew.
- Well, tick tock.
So, ice time includes access to the lockers and the upper viewing area.
Of course, Zamboni's extra.
Hey, um that scoreboard is a little outdated, don't you think? They're talking about getting a new one in the spring, but they've been saying that for 3 years running now, so Don't worry, though, she still works like clockwork.
- Right, yeah.
- Hey, um, you think Doug Gilmour's gonna come? If he doesn't chicken out like last time.
[LAUGHING] I love it.
Man, I can't believe I'm standing here with Matt Shade.
So, what do you think? You know, I think you're running a pretty tight ship here, Randy.
- I'll be in touch.
- Alright, buddy.
Nice to meet you.
You too.
Matt Shade.
Ho, ho, ho! Man, that was incredible, Shade! Must be awesome being famous.
People do whatever you want.
- Comes in handy sometimes, I guess.
- Yeah.
Alright, - let's get some beer.
It's on me.
- Uh, sure.
Let me just check in with my partner.
- Didn't you just do that? - It's just weird she hasn't called me.
Let me just try her again.
It's Angie.
Leave me a message.
You're off the hook? Where to? Can I take a rain check? The only time Angie doesn't answer her phone is when she's in the subway, in the shower or in trouble.
I'll catch you later.
[ALARM RINGING] Yeah, Dave, I've got an alarm in the lab on the fifth floor.
I'm on it.
Stupid eggheads.
False alarm.
They left the fan on.
Copy that.
Let me know when you get the all-clear and I will reset.
Let 'em clean up their own mess, right? - All clear.
- Copy that.
[ALARM STOPS] Yo! Anybody home? Angie? Motion sensors? No, you didn't.
Yeah, you did.
Third time's the charm? Whew! Thank you, Dana.
Where's the key?! Shadow.
I know, twice in one day, what are the chances, right? What are you doing here? We're closed.
Two things, actually.
One, I wanted to give you this.
And two, I actually need a favour.
[SHADE LAUGHING] You know, I really appreciate your help with this.
[WHISPERING]: Shade! I can't believe that you got the receptionist to give you her number and you lost it.
Wait till I tell the guys that I was able to help the Shadow score.
Ha, ha, ha! That's funny! Ha, ha, ha! - Where do you think you dropped it? - Uh, you know, I really don't know, so why don't you check down there and I'll check over at this end? Alright.
[WHISPERING]: The card! The card! Oh, hey, here it is! Found it.
Heh, heh.
Ah man, - you really saved my life.
- Pff! It's just my job.
Hey, don't do anything I wouldn't do.
I'm feeling that leaves the playing field pretty wide open.
[LAUGHING] Let me guess.
You don't do windows.
- How did you know I was here? - I'm not just a pretty face.
I'm too grateful right now to argue with you.
You know, you didn't have to go in there alone.
Seemed like the most logical choice.
Logical? Is that what you call this? [LAUGHING] Anyhow, it worked out.
Project Marigold.
Score one for the good guys.
Let's get the hell outta here.
Yeah, I got in like an hour ago.
Everything's been great.
Theyre're taking us on a tour of the Montepulciano region tomorrow.
Which is the second most planted grape in all of Italy due to its elevated acidity.
Wait a minute, is this a high school trip or an audition for the movie Sideways? Yeah, I don't even know what that means.
Of course.
Look, honey, I'm just glad you're happy.
It must be something in the Tuscan wind.
Actually, uh.
There's a There's another reason.
What do you mean? Well Ahem! remember when I was trying - to talk to you about Liam? - Uh-huh? - Well - Buongiorno, Sir! A spot opened up.
It was perfect.
What do you mean, a spot opened up? I thought that this trip had been booked for months You gotta be kidding me.
Really? [SIGHING] - Hey, Shade.
- Liam's there.
What? In Italy, on the other side of the ocean, with Jules.
What? I'm sorry, I shouldn't be laughing.
Uh how did he pull that off? - Because he's Liam! - Liam is a good kid, you said so yourself.
And it's nice that Jules has someone there she can count on.
- It might actually make you worry less.
- No.
There is no less.
- There's only Liam.
- Why don't you meet me here, we'll go tell Dana the good news together.
That's the other reason I'm calling.
Can you take this one solo? I gotta meet my buddy's brother again, he's got a cheque for us.
See? Two cases solved and it's not even noon.
It's a good day, Shade.
I'll see you later, Everett.
Shadow! Man of the hour.
Man of the year, actually.
Thank you very much.
You have no idea what it means to get that puck back.
Seems like you needed one for the win column.
Yeah, I kind of did.
- You got time for breakfast? - I gotta run.
- I just wanted to make sure you got this.
- Thanks.
I'll give you a call next week, OK? Oh, and good luck finding that girl's photos.
How d'you know about that? What? - The photos.
- From you.
The other night.
No, I just told you I was working on a sexual harassment case.
I never mentioned the photos.
My bad.
Listen, I'm late for work.
Don't be a stranger.
Zoe, do me a favour.
Go on the Hillcrest Ravens' website.
There's an alumni section.
Search Dominick Chambers.
Didn't find anything.
Search Dan Chambers.
What's his brother's name? Uh, says here he has a sister, Kim.
No brother.
You did it.
Everything you promised.
Thank you.
Well, I'd be lying if I said it wasn't fun.
Hey, your friend at the employment office, did he ever send over Dana's file? - Yeah, it's right here, why? - Do a search with that name and address.
That can't be right.
It's showing a Dana Edson that worked at Summit Path, but it's not our Dana.
I knew I chose the right person for the job.
- It was a team effort.
Shade helped.
- Yeah, but you finished it.
Us girls, we have to stick together.
Alright, text me the address where she's meeting her.
If Angie calls in, tell her not to give Dana that hard drive.
This is for you.
I'll never forget this, Angie.
You have no idea how much this means.
- It's a scam.
- Uh, did you have one too many Bloody Marys - with your pal? - No, he's not my pal.
He was working with Dana.
They were keeping us apart to split our focus.
What are you talking about? Please tell me you didn't give her the hard drive.
- Oh, my God.
- [TIRES SCREECHING] [SIRENS WAILING] - Put your hands up! - Hands up! Drop the phone! Now! Angie? Angie! [HUBBUB IN DISTANCE] Ready to go? So ready.
Let me do the talking, OK? These Fed guys are a little intense.
Excuse me.
I'm Detective Kurtis Mazhari.
We called about Angie Everett? - Where is she? - Shade.
She's in holding.
- Thank you.
- And you are? Sergeant Ellis.
- Federal Intelligence.
- Well, you're half right.
Shade! Remember what we talked about 30 seconds ago? You're wasting your time, detective.
You have no jurisdiction here.
Jurisdiction? Come on, it can't be that serious.
Miss Everett's being charged with espionage.
Espionage? OK, let's slow down for a second.
That's insane! Summit Path Tech has a contract with the Defense Department.
Your partner stole top secret data.
Listen, Joe Friday, I don't care what you think you have.
My partner was set up.
I gotta give those analysts credit, you know.
They nailed you to a T.
Belligerent, they said.
A loose cannon.
- What, is that supposed to intimidate me? - No, it's not, but this is.
I know you were at Summit Path twice yesterday.
The only reason I haven't charged you as an accessory is because I don't have enough evidence.
I want to see Angie.
You OK? Yeah, I'm fine.
[SIGHING] Shade, they're saying that I - Yeah, I know.
- Ellis told me.
It's gonna be OK.
How did I miss this? - How did I - No, it wasn't just you.
She has us both fooled, and she had help.
That guy pretending to be my buddy's brother he was in on it too.
So the whole thing, sexual harassment, invasion of privacy, - her father's illness - It was all fake.
She knew it would push your buttons, so she exploited it.
What are we gonna do? Oh, you've got to believe I'm gonna get you out of here.
Yeah, I've got to concede I'm under your spell