It Takes a Thief (1968–1970): Season 1, Episode 4 - It Takes a Thief - full transcript

Mundy is tasked with infiltrating an embassy of a nation unfriendly to the United States. His job is to recover a list of enemy spies, unfortunately the Embassy staff know they are a high value target and have taken steps to stop an intrusion.

Are you wondering how healthy the food you are eating is? Check it -

I'm Colonel Savril.

I would advise Madame
and her secretary not to look.

Is it one of our people?

He was a member of the embassy
staff, but he was not an Istrian national.

The chauffeur assigned to Madame Rodos.


I'm sorry Miss Roswag.

He had no business in
this part of the embassy.

Notify the American authorities.


Oh, look, Al, I'm not asking you to spy.

I'm just asking you to steal.


Noah, feeding the pigeons
is a tremendous turn on.

But if it's all the same
to you, I promised

my parole officer
a fast set of tennis.

You're not supposed to
play with your parole officer.

It's your fault. You always assign
the most muscular girls in the SIA.

Strictly the keeper of appearances.

We want you to look like a big
time playboy, so we provide you with

convincing play toys.

Tennis is an ideal image.
Rich, healthy and harmless.

Not the way you play it.

Both on the same side of the net.

Here we are, third bench on the right.

Sit down.

[Birds chirping]

What are we doing, Noah?

We're making contact.

With what, a squirrel?
Come on, I'll lead you home.

A course of hydrotherapy
and you'll be back in business.

Quiet, here she comes.

Don't look up.
She may be under surveillance.


Her shadow's got a great figure.


It's alright to talk.

This is Mr. Mundy, Al Mundy.
He's a specialist.

I'm a thief.

He's a thief.

We use him on special assignments.

Al, this is Nancy Ross-White.

SIA, Counter-spionage, has Unit 3.

Before we start, I'd like to
compliment you on your terrific shadow.

Overlook his little quirks, Nancy.

It's the maladjustments of a genius.

Al, Miss Ross-White has
infiltrated the Istrian Embassy

as the social secretary
to the ambassador's wife.

The SIA objective is a
microfilm record of Istrian agents

operating against the
interests of the United States.

One of our agents,
V.W. Morrow, came

close to getting it,
but not close enough.

He died last night in the line of duty.

Proceed with your report.

Morrow was killed by two
members of the Istrian Security Force.

They're a hand-picked police
under the command of Colonel Savril.

Savril was trained by Himmler
in the early days of the Nazi SS.

I'm sorry about Morrow, and
I appreciate the history fill-in,

but why tell me? I'm not a spy.
I don't like spies.

Present company accepted.

Nancy, tell him what Morrow
told you before he died.

He had just gained access to
the safe in the Embassy office,

but there was no sign
of the microfilm record.

He left me, and within minutes
I heard a series of gunshots

from automatic weapons directly below me.

Wait a minute. What room was below you?

The main reception salon.

Look, I'll leave you two to wrap.
I've got an appointment.

Stay put, Al.

You heard Miss Ross-White.

The microfilm record
was not in the office safe.

Well, maybe the ambassador
has it hidden in his shaving kit.

Maybe he has.

And if so, we need a specialist
to dip in and deliver it to us.

Come on, Al. It's a classic heist.

Microfilm in a hidden
safe in an enemy Embassy.

You can knock it off with your eyes closed.

I'd get myself knocked
off at the same time.

The answer, Noah, is no.


What? What does that mean?

Ah, that's Mr. Mundy's private number.

The one he has stitched over his
uniform pocket at San Jobel Prison.

Now, what were you saying, Al?

I was saying, you can count on me, Noah.

The answer is yes.

Good. Well, then I'll leave
you two to work out the details.

Try not to look at each other.

The parolee is hereby
remanded in your custody.

Good luck.

Miss Ross-White, would you mind
turning this way so I can see your face?

If I'm going to die, I'd like to know
who's going to be waving goodbye.

No wonder you cast such a pretty shadow.

Why do they call it Claridge House?

It used to belong to the Claridge family.

Now, that makes sense.

They donated it to Embassy Row
and now it's the Istrian Legation.

There's a bomb shelter in the basement.

Do you know anything about that?

They've converted that to a theater
for private screenings, music recitals.

I converted private residence.
Now I know what to look for.

Here's the staircase.

Here's the main reception room.

Here's where Murrow was killed.

There's your answer.
A wall safe up on the mantle.

Behind the portrait of the premier.

No wonder they keep the reception
salon off limits to Embassy personnel.

Off limits?

They only open it on state
occasions, cocktail parties, receptions.

And there's always a guard of
honor posted beside the portrait.

Is there any other security?

Colonels of rural men
patrol the entire building.

Do they stick to a regular schedule?

Like clockwork.

Here's the gig.

I'm going to give you a pill
to lay on Madame Rodos.

It dissolves in tea or coffee.

When she trips out,
you call for a specialist.

Dr. Van Mundy from Vienna.


I want you to take a
letter to Stuart Alcott.

My address book is in my room.

This is the second time he has
left my name out of the guest list.

Why don't you let me call him?
I went to school with his niece.

Tell him the ambassador is extremely upset.


Oh, Major Kazan.

I'm worried about Madame Rodos.
She hasn't been feeling well.

Would you like me to notify Dr. Avri?

Let's wait and see if she develops a
temperature and no need to worry the


I understand.


Major Kazan.


I think she's fainted.

You call Dr. Avri and
I'll stay here with her.



Tell Kynosterville Madame Rodos
is very ill. I am calling Dr. Avri now.

Yes sir.


Dr. Avri. This is Major Kazan.
Come to the embassy at once.

Madame Rodos is very ill.
She is unconscious.

Did she fall?

I don't know.
She's lying on a chaise in her room.

Did she eat or drink anything
that could have caused it?

Major Kazan. I can deal with the
emergency better if I come equipped.

I bring heart stimulants
and the stomach pump.

Fortunately, a colleague
of mine is with me.

Dr. Von Brunner.
He is a specialist in internal medicine.

We'll be there in five minutes.

All right, Dr. Von Brunner. You're on.

Beautiful. I look like the
heaviest shrink in the West.


Is it serious?

She is unconscious. I call Dr. Avri.
He is being a specialist.

All right. Does the ambassador know?

Not yet, sir.

All right, I'll tell him.
You wait here for the doctor.


Madame Rodos is ill.

His Excellency is asleep.

Dr. Avri is on his way.
If it's serious, we'll wake him.

The chauffeur, you had to shoot.

The Madame has seen people shot before.

I didn't mean that. I'm suggesting
that more attempts may be expected.

As long as His Excellency
insists on keeping

the microfilm record
here in the embassy.

The microfilm is
perfectly safe. As long

as I am in command
of the security force.

I hope so, Colonel Sibrio. I hope so.

His Excellency has sent a dispatch
to the premier, telling him that the full

responsibility has been entrusted to you.

I intend to live up to His
Excellency's trust in me.


Major Cassard.

Good evening.

This is Dr. Von Brunner.

Yes. This way, please.


You have been with her all evening?

Yes. She had supper sent up to her room.
She only ate a few bites. I thought

she looked pale.

She had tea?

Well, she complained of a chill.

This is Dr. Avri.

Dr. Avri.

Colonel, this is my
colleague, Dr. Von Brunner.


I must ask you to wait outside. Please.

I would prefer that the member of
the security force be present, Dr. Avri.

The lives of all members of the
diplomatic mission are my responsibility.

Medical examinations require privacy.
I will take full responsibility.

The premier will
expect a complete report

of your findings,
certified by a witness.

Dr. Von Brunner will be in attendance.

Dr. Von Brunner, may I see your papers?

I am sorry, Colonel.
I am not of your

country. My passport
was issued in Vienna.

I will observe personally, Dr. Avri.
Please proceed with your examination.

I would prefer not to move her.

Perhaps we could
arrange for a partition, no?

There are some screens in the sunroom.
Would you help me, Major Kazan?

Very weak. Very weak.

Digestion of the trachea.

Dilation of the pupils.


Points to an aerogenic reaction.
Does she use barbiturates?

Penithal in her diet control prescription.

There is a possibility here
of vasomotor collapse, huh?

This way.

Major Kazan.

Go down to the control room.
I want to take maximum precautions.

Is something wrong?

His Excellency's aide spoke to me in
a manner which I did not appreciate.


He would like to see the
security force discredited.


Perhaps I should mention
his attitude in our next dispatch.

Yes, we must protect
ourselves as well as others. Go.

Yes, sir.

Would you mind moving the lamp closer?

Give me the guard schedule.

You have six minutes.

The fumes are out of the way.

The trachea is in the back.

Injection, Doctor?

The solution ought to be heated.

The fumes are rather pungent
and we need to light the alcohol.

I don't have a match.

Colonel Savril, may we
trouble you for a light?

This medication does not
dissolve in cold solution.

Oh, well, I have a lighter.

Here, on the table.

We have to get him as quickly as possible.

We are preparing the injection, Doctor.



Coming, Doctor Von Brenner.

Excuse me.

I hope Madame Rotus doesn't
have to go to the hospital.

Well, we'll wait and see.

I'm not very good at waiting.

Well, perhaps I make you nervous.

Oh, no, I appreciate you being here.



Would you like some Brandy?

No, thank you.

Doctor Avrim, some Brandy?

Not for me, thank you.

Doctor Von Brenner?

Would you like some Brandy, Doctor?

Later, perhaps.

Her coloring is returning to normal.

How is her pulse rate?


Major, approaching the east door.

This is Major Kazan.

Approach alert, east door.

All stations, seal off the east wing.

Allow entry to kill.




Follow him. All units, closing.

Major Kazan!

Major Kazan!

He was headed this way.

Secure this side.

He had to come this way.

Nobody passed me.

Unless he was in there.

Major Baum, they saw me coming.

Are you hurt?

No, but no owes me a new jacket.

My beard on straight.

I thought you were dead.

She's waking up.
You better take over.

She might recognize Dr. Avrid.

Those shots, Colonel, are we safe?

Did anyone come in here?


The patient is recovering.

She needs rest and to fight.

Miss Ross-White is a capable nurse.

And at this time we were
leaving, I'm sure she'll be fine.

Did anyone come out of this room?

No, no, no, no. They were here.

Both of them.
I was with them the entire time.

Your man is in the east wing.

It just sealed off.

Then you've got him.

And Miss Ross-White will stay here,
I will escort the doctors to their car.

Good night.

You are a very brave
young lady, I'll be decided.


I apologize for the excitement, gentlemen. But you'll be safe up
here, I'll... Good night.

Good night.

Good night.

Good night.

According to this, you've
got eleven bullets through you.

Yeah, that's what you sent me into.

Come on, Al.

It's an easy heist.

You can knock it off with your eyes closed.

Eyes closed for keeps.

You must have walked
through the main alarm.

You're wrong, Noah. You're wrong.

There's no alarm.

Then how did they know you were coming?

They saw me, live and in person.

The same as you.

They've got a closed-circuit
television system.

I couldn't see the scanners because
they're hidden behind one-way mirrors.

As soon as a UFO object hits the screen,

they turn on the
transistor radios, tune in

the guards, turn on
the heat and drop you.

An impenetrable security nut.

You can't let that stop you.

I'm stopped.

There's no way.

If you want that microfilm, you'll
have to write in for your copy.

I've got to have it, Al.

Their agents are cutting
us up in the Middle East.

The Pentagon calls us a near-war situation.

Well, then you tell the Pentagon to
send in a combat platoon and full body


Body armor might work?


And while I'm twiddling
with the dial on the safe,

they'll be using me for target practice.

You can get by them, Al.

Our scanners don't always stop you.

You don't want Nancy
to have to try it alone.

You're really a very mean man, Noah.

It goes with the territory.

All right.

Colonel Seville is ready for
any attempt to be made at night.

But he may not be
ready for a caper in

broad daylight in a
room full of people.

It sounds promising. Keep going.

There's a bomb shelter
down in the basement.

It's been converted into
a private movie theater.

If it's soundproof, we may have a chance.

I don't follow, but I'll
order Nancy to case it.

I'll case it myself.

I want to check the air conditioning, too.

And I'll need the
name of the TV service

and install the
closed-circuit system.

When is the next diplomatic
reception scheduled?

This afternoon, from five to seven.

It's in honor of the Istrian ballet.

The ambassador wanted to cancel it,
but Madame Rodos is feeling much better.

It's a very important social event,

with cocktails and dancing
and all the society columns.

We can make it.

Get back and
locate the wiring that

connects the scanners
to the security room.

Do you think you can find them?

They must be near the
fuse box in the linen closet.

Do you want me to cut them?


Take this bottle of corrosive acid.

Pour it on the wiring.

If they spot it, it'll look
like a natural short circuit.

The repair service is a Western
TV installation in Georgetown.

One more thing.

Does Madame Rodos permit
rock and roll dance music?

No, but the ballet people are very mod.

I'll convince her it's fashionable.

Why do you want rock and roll?

I want to practice my Xingaling.


Get Major Kazan.

Tell him the television
monitors are not receiving.

The meter indicates a short
circuit somewhere in the cable.

This is Major Kazan. All stations alert.

Western TV.


I'm Mr. Keeter.

The scanners are
mounted behind the mirrors

in the foyer hall in
the reception room.

The monitors are in the security room.

Yes, sir. We have the circuit diagram.

Mr. Wesson and I installed the system.

Oh, this is my assistant, Russ Howard.


We'll work our way back from
the scanner in the reception room.

Well, can't you start here?

The one in the reception room is the main.

The others are extensions.

This way.

Madame Rhodos doesn't want
the reception room left in a mess.

Mr. Keating will take care of him.

The wiring runs behind the walls.

We'll be out of your way.

These men will be working
on the television cameras.

This way.

You will confine your work
to this area of the room.

No one is permitted
near the Premier's portrait.

Yes, sir. I remember.

Follow the 220 line to the cable
and check the cable for Frank.

If you should need me for
anything, I will be in the security room.

Yes, sir.

Thank you.

(Door opens).

(upbeat jazz music)

(upbeat jazz music continues)

- Everything okay?

- Yeah.

The cable's connected.

- Then the tape unit is
tied into the main scanner.

- Will that affect the others?

- No, sir.

- I've got to have a
control switch out there.

- There's a vase on the table right there.

I can wire it for quarter turns.

Record, rewind, and cut in for playback.

All right.

Connect the speaker.

I'll go upstairs and repair the damage.

TV repair service.

(upbeat jazz music continues)

Never come up behind a thief.

- Do you attack?

- We faint.


Station Nazi.

Back on the air.

- Here's your invitation to the reception.

- Brooks Amory.

Sounds like a bestseller.

- Correct. You're planning on writing
Madame Roto's life story?

- A biography of a barracuda.

I'll make my entrance at 5.15.

You circulate the
rumor about the winning

film being shown from
the Cannes Festival.

And, uh, save me a dance.

- Hey, what if somebody sees us?

- I don't think I'm repairing your scanner.

I bet you'd grab all the delivery boys.

(upbeat jazz music continues).

- The honorable Madame Fandie Trecikapal.

- Oh, hi! How do yo do?

It's so nice to see you again.

- It's so good to see you again.

- I'm so glad you could meet me.

- Mr. Brooks Amory, American
International Publishers.

- Mr. Amory, I'm so glad you could come.

- Oh, please call me Brooks.

- Madame Rodos, may I
present one of America's

most distinguished literary
figures, Mr. Brooks Amory.

- How do you do?

- How do you do?

This is the author who can
do justice to your biography.

- Ah, the cellist is only
as good as his cello.

(both laughing)

- You want to know all of my secrets?

- Only the juicy ones, madame.

(both laughing)

- I'm not Trecikapal.

- Yeah, it's lucky for her.

- Oh, thank you.

His Excellency Ambassador Rodos, Mr. Amory.

- A genuine pleasure, Your Excellency.

- Mr. Amory, delighted to meet you.

- Thank you so much.

- Colonel Savril, Mr. Amory.

- Charmed, Colonel.

- My pleasure, sir.

- What are you drinking, Mr. Amory?

- Our gin and it.

- I beg your pardon?

- Pink gin, good fistful of it,
my dear, and a splash of bitters.

- Would you care for an egg in it?

- Not really, no.

(upbeat music)

♪ You will ne'er be somebody
who can fill his every dream ♪

♪ That I know that's mean
someone must be you ♪

♪ 'Cause you're mine in every way ♪

♪ And someday I hope to say ♪

♪ That you said you'd really love me too ♪

♪ 'Cause I'll wait for the
day when you're free ♪

♪ And you're lonely ♪

♪ And I'll take my stand for your hand ♪

- Excuse me.

♪ I'll give you a crease ♪

♪ To talk up with me ♪ - Sorry.

♪ Don't take your time ♪

- Thank you.

- Madame Roto's has
already outdone herself.

Raga, rock, nerf, thrill music, and
my favorite group, the Raspberry--.


Would you care to skate?

- I think I'll wait till they play a waltz.

- How long before they're
receiving line-down Poles?

- Any minute.

- Where's Major Kazan?

- In the security room.

♪ I'll give you a crease ♪

- Is it true they're
running a movie tonight?

- The prize winner from Cannes.

- I hear it's a head splitter.

♪ You will ne'er agree
to fall in love with me ♪

♪ Don't take your time ♪

♪ 'Cause I am restless inside ♪

- Drift over by the flowers.

♪ And sure is the power of God ♪

- Lovely.

Lovely, is this an example
of history and craftsmanship?

- Candle at your own risk.

Did you cut the scanner?

- No, we're still being
watched, but we're

also being photographed
by videotape.

♪ Young man, even daddy's old ♪

♪ You long to realize ♪

♪ Daddy's shelter, even
love and happiness ♪

♪ You know it's true ♪

- Are they still going
to sell a motion picture?

- Yes, the prize winner from
the Cannes Film Festival.

- Which door leads to the theater?

- The north door leads to the bomb shelter.

- I just hope it sounds true.

- The walls are a foot thick
and the inner door is solid steel.

- Is that the note?

- Here comes the ambassador.

How long does it take him?

- 15 minutes.

- Isn't that cutting it a little fine?

- You better start working on the guards.

♪ Then I'll wait for the day ♪

♪ When you're free and you're lonely ♪

♪ And I'll take my stand for your hand ♪

♪ 'Cause I am restless ♪

- Don't tell Major Kazan, but
Madame Roto says it's all right

for you to have a glass of champagne.

- Really?

I'll be back in a minute.

- Thank you.

- I think the guards are
going to be a problem.

My offer of champagne
almost drove them to a frenzy.

- Champagne is for us decadent Americans.

Try something with hair on its chest.

- Peej gin.

- Straight vodka.

- How long do the cops
take in straight vodka?

- Five minutes or less.

When I rewind the tape, you
get ready to block the scanner.

♪ I would like to say
you're rid of your own man ♪

♪ You've been daddy's
age too long to realize ♪

♪ That he sheltered you
from love and happiness ♪

♪ You know it's true ♪

♪ I can tell because
I see it in your eyes ♪

♪ But I'll wait for the day ♪

♪ When you're free and you're lonely ♪

♪ And I'll take my stand for your hand ♪

♪ 'Cause I am restless ♪

- Major Kazan, this American
music is giving me a headache.

You come in here, you aid the ambassador.

I'll come to the security control room.

Take over there.

♪ You were a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ That I know that's using
someone else for you ♪

♪ But you're riding every way ♪

♪ And someday I will just say ♪

- Colonel Savril just cut out.

I was counting on him to be front row
center downstairs in the bomb shelter.

- Here comes Major Kazan.

- Then we're all right.

Colonel Savril must
be watching the monitor.

♪ Take your time ♪

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ But you're riding every way ♪

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ But you're riding every way ♪

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ But you're riding every way ♪

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ But you're riding every way ♪

- Very attractive woman.

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ But you're riding every way ♪

♪ 'Cause you're a valet, somebody
who could fill his every dream ♪

♪ But anyhow, I can't wait ♪

♪ I can't wait ♪

♪ I can't ♪

- She must have bumped the glass.


♪ I'm mad at you, but daddy's
made too long to leave ♪

- Colonel Sabril is now watching
an instant replay of the party.

We have exactly 15 minutes
until the tape runs out.

Start clearing the room.

- Your Excellency, I have a
surprise for you down in the theater.

Safdie told us you have the
prize-winning film from Cunt.

- What is the name of it?

- The Girls of Portofino.

I hope it's not too sexy.

- Quality is what counts.


- Come on, everybody.

We're showing a film in the theater.

- It's a real winner.

I saw it twice myself, in con.

I think you'll enjoy it.

I love it.

- Now's our chance.

It's all right.

Madame Rodos gave her permission.

- What is going on?

- Is it all right to tell him?

- It's up to you.

- Tell me what?

- Your promotion, Major.

The ambassador doesn't want the
colonel to know until the orders come down,

but it's official.

We heard him say so.

- To Colonel Kazan.

- Yes, congratulations.

- Well, I hope you will not say
anything until the orders come through.

- I think you need a drink, Colonel.

- Please, Major Kazan,

until the orders come
from the General Staff.

- Well, we can always
drink to the General Staff.

- No, thank you.

- Some champagne?

- Not while I am in duty, no.

- Yes, of course.

Well, we better hurry downstairs.

We don't want to miss the movie.

- You go ahead.

I will remain here with my men.

- You go on down to the theater, Mr. Amory.

I'll take care of things here.

- Well, it's never fair.

Wonderful news.

Happy for you.

- Thank you.

- Say, the ambassador wants to see you.

- Something about the projectionist.

- American music, all sounds alike.

Over and over again the
same thing, the same thing.

- What's wrong? What happened?

- There was something in that drink.

- But I had one too.

- That's a man you are with.

- But he drank one too.

- Stay where you are.

- Colonel Saville, send some guards.

- What have you?

- So, that is why you
wanted me to have a drink.

And obviously, I have not been promoted.

I could kill you for that.

- You didn't learn
that at finishing school.

- Hurry, we don't have much time.

- Yes, ma'am. I'm hurrying.

You know, when I grabbed you and
kissed you, I took my life in my hands.

- I never kill men while I'm kissing them.

- That's a great way to go.

- Is there anything I can do to help?

- Not up here on the mantle.

- I'm worried about Madame
Roto sitting down there in the dark.

- Well, don't.

She probably thinks it's some
trippy new underground film.

- What's the hearing aid for?

- It amplifies the click of the tumblers.

If I get bored, I can tune in Wolfman Jack.

- Good work.

- Where is he?

Where is Major Kazan?

- We must stand for your hand.

You're wrong.

I'll be real or free.

To fall in love with me.

To take your hand.

- This is Colonel Zevril.

Locate Major Kazan and have him
come to the scanner immediately.

- What do we do?

- Hang in.

I've got four of the tumblers.

It's a six-figure combination.

- Well, what if Colonel Zevril comes back?

- He's watching the party.

He thinks Major Kazan
is in the crowd someplace.

- But the guards are on camera.

He'll wonder why they don't obey orders.

- They'll think they can't
hear over the music.

Can you hear me?

This is Colonel Zevril.

Look at them.

Just standing there.

Turn up the volume on your transistors.

- Hate that music.

- Well, they'll just have to
wait until they finish playing.

- Number six.

- Will it open?

- If it doesn't, you'll have
to send for a new thief.

- Don't you realize you're in
the presence of criminal genius?

- Get the microfilm.

- What's it look like?

- This must belong to Madame Rodos.

- Put it back.

- Put it back?

- You're not here to steal.

- Just bumbling around on the metal?

- You saw what happened to the major.


♪ I'll wait for the day when
you're free and you're lonely ♪

♪ I'll take my back ♪

- Here he comes, Major Kazan.

- Major Kazan, this American
music is giving me a headache.

You come in here, you aid the ambassador.

I'll come to the security control room.

Think over there.

- It's a replay.

A tape replay.

Attention, all stations,
seal off the east wing.

Approach alert.


- He's got us.

(dramatic music)

- Is that what you're looking for?

- Yes, sir.

- We'll go into that later.

Come on.

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Look out.

- Inside, under the floor.

Into the air conditioning vent.

At least to the street outside.

- You think of everything, don't you?

We're a little late, folks, so good night.

- Not quite.

- Huh?

- No, we'll want to return this.

- Sorry, it's kind of a reflex.

I can't help myself.

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- You did it again, Al.

In more ways than one.

Why can't you quit while you're ahead?

- You want me to go
back and put it in the safe?

- No, nevermind.

I'll see that it's returned myself.

- Well, you go ahead, take your time.

I'll stay here and have a
nice, quiet chat with Nancy.

You better come along with me.

- Oh, now wait a minute.

- No.

- Wait a minute, wait a minute.

She knows she's
completely safe here with me.

Now what can happen

with central control
peering over our shoulder?

He's got this kind of pipe dream where
he thinks that I'm some kind of wolf,

so he keeps me under constant surveillance
with that electronic blue nose.

- It's safe, Noah.

We're well chaperoned.

- You're right.

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Let's keep it safe.

Let's keep it that way.

He won't be needing this.

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