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X1:118 X2:597 Y1:058 Y2:129 Leon put 'em on the same squad. Don't get me wrong. l love the 49ers.
X1:138 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:527 Montana and Rice? They're Hall of Fame locks, baby.
X1:157 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:495 But do they cover the spread?
X1:171 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:494 Hell, no. Not like the Giants.
X1:115 X2:599 Y1:058 Y2:129 Let me tell you something. You can give me Simms and Bavaro,
X1:150 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:495 Meggett and LT, any damn day.
X1:095 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:527 Those guys are your meat and potatoes. They cover, baby.
X1:067 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 And don't even bring up Miami. Don't bring 'em up. There's nothin' in Miami.
X1:103 X2:612 Y1:058 Y2:129 Miami only has Marino with the golden arm and some fat cheerleaders.
X1:109 X2:604 Y1:058 Y2:129 They have no running game. lt's like two virgins. Can't find the damn hole.
X1:148 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:522 That's why they get blitzed all the damn time. Understand?
X1:194 X2:521 Y1:456 Y2:495 l can't believe you guys.
X1:091 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:527 l mean, yeah, they put up a ton of points, but they only cover every other week.
X1:133 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:527 Take the over, then bet the fuckin' farm, you understand?
X1:087 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:527 The pigs, the barn, the little chickens and that raggedy-ass tractor. Bet all of that.
X1:059 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Dallas, America's team? My sweet black ass. - Come on.
X1:104 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 Tried the bookie-fuckin' routine, right?
X1:107 X2:608 Y1:058 Y2:129 Everybody and their wrinkled grandmother wanna bet the Cowboys.
X1:061 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:527 Therefore, they gotta win by two touchdowns just to cover. What are the odds on that?
X1:074 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 So do me a favour. Take the points and run.
X1:246 X2:469 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on, guys.
X1:069 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 Unless you are a moron, retarded Saints fan,
X1:118 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:527 therefore you deserve to get cornholed on the 50-yard line.
X1:138 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:522 - America's sport, baby. Football. - l hate football.
X1:160 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:527 You're talkin' about my sport. l can do any bet.
X1:227 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:494 One minute, fellas.
X1:257 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:490 lt's ShowTime.
X1:252 X2:463 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK. Let's do it.
X1:239 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's a nasty habit.
X1:321 X2:393 Y1:456 Y2:490 Go.
X1:144 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:495 Everybody down on the ground.
X1:178 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Hands above your heads. - Move.
X1:148 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:527 You want me to use this thing? What are you lookin' at?
X1:251 X2:464 Y1:456 Y2:522 - How long? - Two minutes.
X1:207 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:527 l see you, baby. Get your ass out here.
X1:303 X2:413 Y1:456 Y2:495 Bingo.
X1:209 X2:506 Y1:456 Y2:527 - 1798. - That was a bad year.
X1:249 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:490 lt's 90 seconds.
X1:305 X2:410 Y1:456 Y2:490 Got it.
X1:288 X2:427 Y1:456 Y2:495 Upstairs.
X1:185 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What is that? - Nothing. lt's estate junk.
X1:267 X2:447 Y1:456 Y2:490 One minute.
X1:258 X2:456 Y1:456 Y2:522 - lt's not here. - lt's there.
X1:267 X2:447 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right, 45.
X1:292 X2:424 Y1:456 Y2:495 My God.
X1:270 X2:445 Y1:456 Y2:490 30 seconds.
X1:257 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK. Come on.
X1:118 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 Break out the diamond. Let's see that $10 million red beauty.
X1:262 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:495 Fuckin' right.
X1:148 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:527 The Surgeon General was right. Cigarettes can kill.
X1:265 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:490 No. Go back.
X1:215 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:527 - ls there a problem? - Fucking go back!
X1:069 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:522 The psychodynamics of compulsive stealing are well established.
X1:171 X2:543 Y1:058 Y2:129 An act committed to relieve a pre-existing state of guilt,
X1:097 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:495 an attempt to harm an imagined enemy,
X1:060 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:527 or a form of revenge against those who have deprived the person of something significant,
X1:082 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:495 or somehow inflicted a narcissistic injury.
X1:166 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 But stealing panties from the girls' locker room...
X1:192 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:495 There's nothing in there.
X1:169 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 I've never really been a big fan of Freud's anyway.
X1:146 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:527 l don't know if l should say this. l'm a professional.
X1:215 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 l won't say anything.
X1:140 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:495 You promise to keep your word?
X1:108 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 OK. Well, you know, that thing that you were doing with the panties?
X1:201 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:522 Everybody does it. Your best friends do it.
X1:090 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:527 The mailman does it. Even the headmaster. They all whack off.
X1:068 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:495 lf anybody tells you they don't, they're lying.
X1:164 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:495 My mom says l'm oversexed.
X1:119 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Hi, Daddy. - Excuse me. Who am l speaking to?
X1:135 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:527 - This is me. - No, my Jessie is eight years old.
X1:120 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:495 The girl l am talking to is at least 11.
X1:123 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:495 Can l speak to your mother, please?
X1:161 X2:553 Y1:058 Y2:129 - Don't forget the turkey. - Why not have 'em deliver it?
X1:157 X2:559 Y1:058 Y2:129 lt's Thanksgiving eve, Nathan. Might as well get it to fly here.
X1:155 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:522 OK. Fairway, right? What's the cross street? 74th?
X1:204 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:495 The man's a steel trap.
X1:159 X2:554 Y1:058 Y2:129 - l will be there in ten minutes. - All right. Bye.
X1:286 X2:429 Y1:456 Y2:495 Go away.
X1:283 X2:431 Y1:456 Y2:490 Come on.
X1:314 X2:400 Y1:456 Y2:490 Shit.
X1:108 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:495 Louis, this better be a real emergency.
X1:252 X2:464 Y1:456 Y2:495 My hero. Look.
X1:101 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's not one of your Dalton trust fund waifs, but l think she needs your help.
X1:083 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:527 l don't know, Louis. l don't talk to you for days, and the night before Thanksgiving...
X1:173 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Jesus Christ. - Lucky guy. He's still alive.
X1:079 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:495 She took a razor to an orderly in Rockland.
X1:158 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:527 - 111 stitches to close him up. - What was the trigger?
X1:136 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good question. Been in institutions for ten years.
X1:127 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:527 Yeah, l see that. Selective mutism, obsessive-compulsive behaviour...
X1:089 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Post-traumatic symptoms... - 20 different hospitals and 20 diagnoses.
X1:098 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 An IQ off the charts. Saw her father killed by a subway when she was eight.
X1:271 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Dr Sachs? - What?
X1:066 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 The girl who was biting the heads off pigeons has a med student in a headlock.
X1:132 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:522 Call security. Make sure the student documents the attack.
X1:143 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 Louis, l don't know what the hell you want from me.
X1:106 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Look, l got a family at home, waiting. - Nathan, spend 15 minutes with her.
X1:122 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's an 18-year-old girl who never hurt a fly until last week.
X1:108 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:522 You and l are between her and a lifetime on Thorazine. Or worse.
X1:141 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:527 What do you mean, ''you and l''? She's your patient. Your case.
X1:069 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're a big asshole for making me say this.
X1:125 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:490 You're better at this stuff than l am.
X1:108 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:522 Everybody knows Nathan Conrad's touch with the teens.
X1:060 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:527 Elisabeth Burrows is the kind of case you and l lived for before you went uptown on me.
X1:106 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:495 Just kidding. l didn't mean it that way.
X1:240 X2:474 Y1:456 Y2:527 - She needs you. - All right.
X1:101 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:495 But why the emergency? Why tonight?
X1:108 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:495 lf we don't make progress by Monday,
X1:068 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:522 they're gonna ship her to Creedmore and chain her to a bed for the rest of her life.
X1:062 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's why she needs you now. Five minutes.
X1:143 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Arnie, Frankie, good evening. - Dr Conrad. Slumming tonight?
X1:131 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Afraid so. - You guys up for a cavity search?
X1:142 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'll pass, but you know Dr Sachs. He's always ready for one.
X1:256 X2:460 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mind the gate.
X1:188 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:490 What's the new cocktail?
X1:156 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:495 Haldol, Droperidol and Ativan.
X1:224 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:527 - And she's awake? - Yes, my friend.
X1:060 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:522 - He told me to stay. You're making a mistake. - Come on.
X1:094 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:527 - She eating? - Not eating, drinking, sleeping, bathing,
X1:070 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 letting anybody touch her, or saying a word.
X1:179 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:526 - You're making a mistake. - No, sweetheart.
X1:167 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:495 Dr Sachs, he told me to stay.
X1:125 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:527 l will have a word with him, Louise. l promise.
X1:146 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's with the heavy artillery?
X1:076 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 lt took about five guys to get her off the poor fella up in Rockland.
X1:135 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:527 Louis, is there anything else you wanna tell me?
X1:323 X2:393 Y1:456 Y2:490 No.
X1:133 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:495 Could you open the door, please?
X1:275 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You OK? - Am l OK?
X1:289 X2:425 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Yeah. - l'm OK.
X1:308 X2:408 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hello.
X1:137 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:495 Elisabeth, my name is Dr Conrad.
X1:234 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm a psychiatrist.
X1:148 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:527 Word has it that you haven't eaten for days.
X1:209 X2:506 Y1:456 Y2:490 l can understand that.
X1:156 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:522 l used to work in this hospital. l know what the food's like.
X1:178 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:527 Elisabeth, would you mind if l took your pulse?
X1:087 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:495 That means l'm gonna have to touch you.
X1:117 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, that's not supposed to happen.
X1:130 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 True catatonics have what's called a ''waxy flexibility'' of their limbs.
X1:167 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 lt's means they stay exactly where they're posed.
X1:157 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 There's more to you than meets the eye, Elisabeth.
X1:138 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're very good at what you do.
X1:071 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:495 So, is there anything you wanna talk about?
X1:104 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's OK. We hardly know each other.
X1:074 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:527 l know you must have been very frightened to do what you did to that guy.
X1:169 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 l know that you were angry, because l saw those photos.
X1:064 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:495 But l also know that you were in a lot of pain,
X1:158 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:527 because nobody is in this place without a reason.
X1:155 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:495 So maybe we'll talk next week.
X1:183 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 You want what they want.
X1:276 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:495 Don't you?
X1:231 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:490 What who wants?
X1:168 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:490 Elisabeth. What who wants?
X1:264 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:490 I'll never tell.
X1:270 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:495 Any of you.
X1:303 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hello?
X1:256 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:495 Who are you?
X1:067 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 Five to three this old bag doesn't have cable. l need my sports.
X1:258 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:490 Dinner's over.
X1:146 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How you doin', Tony? - Good. Nice to see you, Doctor.
X1:303 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hello?
X1:194 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:522 This certainly looks like the Conrad residence.
X1:126 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:490 it smells like the Conrad residence.
X1:156 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:522 And it's definitely overheated, like the Conrad residence.
X1:183 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:522 But it doesn't sound like the Conrad residence.
X1:117 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hi, honey. l'm looking for a little girl.
X1:112 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:495 About four feet two, light brown hair.
X1:226 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:495 Where did she go?
X1:178 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:495 lf l don't find that little girl,
X1:136 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:527 l'm gonna have to go downstairs and find myself another little girl.
X1:182 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:490 I'll be back in ten minutes.
X1:249 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Hi, Daddy. - How are you?
X1:109 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Look what l did in art class today. - That's beautiful. Look at the colours.
X1:132 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You've got such a unique vision. - lt's my vision, l swear.
X1:105 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Aren't you supposed to be in bed? - l can't sleep. l have mental problems.
X1:104 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l see. What kind of mental problems? - l'm highly neurotic.
X1:100 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l think you've been in my study again. - l needed the stapler.
X1:166 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Go say good night to Mom. - You're late.
X1:117 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Good night, Mommy. - Night, baby. You brush your teeth?
X1:257 X2:457 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Yeah. - Can l smell?
X1:282 X2:434 Y1:456 Y2:490 Delicious.
X1:158 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'll put Monkey right over here by you on that side.
X1:178 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:527 And I'll put Sally over here to keep you company.
X1:225 X2:490 Y1:456 Y2:495 You had a bad day.
X1:200 X2:515 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Why do you say that? - Frown-face.
X1:103 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 l have a ''frown-face'' because it's after ten o'clock and you're still awake.
X1:186 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:495 Where were you tonight?
X1:254 X2:461 Y1:456 Y2:495 l was working.
X1:306 X2:408 Y1:456 Y2:495 Why?
X1:124 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:495 Because l was helping a young girl.
X1:131 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right. But that's gonna cost ya.
X1:161 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right. What's it gonna be?
X1:214 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 One hug, two kisses.
X1:211 X2:503 Y1:456 Y2:527 You cut a tough deal. OK, here's one hug.
X1:258 X2:456 Y1:456 Y2:490 And one kiss.
X1:244 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:490 And two kisses.
X1:082 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:495 Will they put Bart Simpson in the parade?
X1:085 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:527 They will put Bart Simpson in the parade ifyou go to sleep right now.
X1:146 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:527 OK. But l don't think they'll care if l go to sleep or not.
X1:119 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Good night, sweetheart. l love you. - Love you too.
X1:122 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Let me give you a hand, Detective. - Thanks.
X1:243 X2:471 Y1:456 Y2:490 That's beautiful.
X1:181 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:495 What exactly is beautiful?
X1:131 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Your leatherjacket. lt's beautiful. - Right.
X1:072 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Did you read about the Manhattan Bridge? - No.
X1:119 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:495 it was built wrong. it moves ten feet.
X1:234 X2:481 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Syd Simon. - I'll see you later.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Detective Cassidy, what can l do for you? - What do we got?
X1:205 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:494 Floater. Female, no lD.
X1:166 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:495 She's maybe in her twenties.
X1:100 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:527 Sloughing of her skin tells me she's been in the water two, three days.
X1:116 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 This time of year, with the water cold, could be longer.
X1:168 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:495 A couple to three days tops.
X1:122 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:527 Her hands have been tied. They recover any rope or anything?
X1:221 X2:493 Y1:456 Y2:495 They're still lookin'.
X1:189 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:527 Another body was found a couple of days ago.
X1:221 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Battery Park area? - Yeah.
X1:128 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:527 The victim was male, middle-aged. Day before yesterday.
X1:079 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l need preliminary findings by tonight. - Dream on, Detective. l got cases piled up.
X1:115 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:527 C'mon, Syd. l got plans for Thanksgiving. Do me right, all right?
X1:151 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Tomorrow's the best l can do. - Thank you.
X1:224 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:495 First thing, though.
X1:110 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:527 Cars have now been towed, the roads ploughed to the pavements,
X1:181 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:526 so the annual Turkey Trot, the 8,000-metre race...
X1:076 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:495 8,000-metre race? That doesn't sound right.
X1:197 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:490 You can't be distracted.
X1:196 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:495 Here you are, immobile,
X1:243 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:495 totally exposed,
X1:212 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:495 and quite vulnerable.
X1:199 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:495 l think you need a bath.
X1:180 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:527 Guess what, sweetie. l already had a bath today.
X1:286 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:490 You did?
X1:138 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:527 You didn't have Nathan Conrad's fantastic special bath, did you?
X1:197 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:527 - No. - No, you didn't do that.
X1:198 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:495 l didn't get that one yet.
X1:167 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:495 Pretty hot. Not too hot, is it?
X1:259 X2:456 Y1:456 Y2:522 - No. lt's nice. - Good.
X1:110 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:522 - We should keep it down. - You're the one that makes the noise.
X1:191 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:495 Prepare to die of delight.
X1:075 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jessie, c'mon. Let's join the downhill racer.
X1:116 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:490 l heard that about the downhill racer.
X1:174 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 Honey, you were dreaming. l didn't say anything.
X1:201 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:527 - it was icy, you know? - l know it was, baby.
X1:206 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:522 - And very windy, too. - it was a hell-ride.
X1:088 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Good morning. - Morning. You think she's still sleeping?
X1:264 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:490 l don't know.
X1:151 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:527 Jessie? Come on. The parade's gonna start soon.
X1:082 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right. l'm gonna go there all by myself.
X1:184 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:490 See all those floats alone.
X1:081 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jessie, come on. Breakfast is getting cold.
X1:134 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:522 Does she have a new hiding place l don't know?
X1:118 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:522 Probably. She's been running round the house like a wildcat all week.
X1:162 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jessie. Get in here right now.
X1:173 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:495 Eat it up before it gets cold.
X1:163 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:527 Nathan? She wouldn't go out on the balcony, right?
X1:078 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's not there. She knows better than to go outside without asking, doesn't she?
X1:162 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jessie. Get in here right now.
X1:175 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:522 - She lost one of her socks. - What?
X1:211 X2:504 Y1:456 Y2:527 - She's gone. - What do you mean?
X1:212 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Wait. Where is she? - Somebody came in.
X1:176 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:527 - No. She's in the hallway... - Somebody took her.
X1:102 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Nobody took her, Nathan. - Aggie, they cut the chain on the door.
X1:157 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:495 What? Nathan, call the police.
X1:168 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:495 l can't get a dial tone. Hello?
X1:109 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 Get off the line. This is an emergency. Something's wrong with the phone.
X1:095 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:527 - There is nothing wrong with it, Nathan. - This is an emergency.
X1:262 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:494 Yeah, l know.
X1:188 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Who is this? - We have your daughter.
X1:272 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:522 - What? - Who is it?
X1:146 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's your worst fear, Nathan?
X1:067 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:522 - My what? - The first shock can buckle the knees. True?
X1:084 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Where is she? - She's unharmed. l don't want to hurther.
X1:166 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Give it to me. - l want something from you.
X1:294 X2:420 Y1:456 Y2:522 - No. - What?
X1:157 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:522 Not until l talk to my daughter and l know that she's OK.
X1:062 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 Rule number one. You do not make demands. You listen to what l tell you.
X1:148 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:527 You call me back when l can talk to my daughter.
X1:146 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What the hell were you doing? - Aggie.
X1:211 X2:504 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Listen to me, Aggie. - No. Are you crazy?
X1:088 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:495 Aggie. l have to make sure she's all right.
X1:166 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:495 What if they don't call back?
X1:287 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Hello? - Daddy?
X1:158 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Jessie, are you OK, sweetie? - Honey, have they hurt you?
X1:077 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:495 No. Daddy, can l come home now? Daddy?
X1:164 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:495 That was very brave, Nathan.
X1:111 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Tell me how much money you want. - l don't want your money.
X1:149 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:527 Pick up your wife before she breaks the other leg.
X1:294 X2:421 Y1:456 Y2:490 l'm fine.
X1:302 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 What?
X1:228 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:494 Nathan, what is it?
X1:102 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:490 Don't close the curtains. l like the view.
X1:180 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good. Now, on the bureau by the door is a cellphone.
X1:129 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:495 l know what you're thinking. Don't.
X1:123 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:522 By the time you hit the one in ''911'' Jessie will be dead.
X1:068 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 Rule number two. Do not try to call or signal anyone. Lf you do, l will kill your daughter.
X1:094 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:527 Not because l want to, but because those are the rules. Do you understand?
X1:295 X2:420 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Yes. - What?
X1:165 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 l can see you. l can hear you.
X1:108 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:495 Wherever you go, you will be watched.
X1:168 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What are they saying? - If you want to see her alive,
X1:237 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:495 don't say a word.
X1:155 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Now, tell me you understand. - l understand.
X1:124 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:522 Good. You have a pro bono patient. Her name is Elisabeth Burrows.
X1:212 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:495 A very disturbed girl.
X1:101 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:495 She has a six-digit number in her head.
X1:128 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:527 Locked away in her troubled mind. She guards it with her life.
X1:174 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What kind of number? - That needn't concern you.
X1:070 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:527 l need that number. You need your daughter back. That is why this is happening.
X1:106 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're a professional, Nathan. So am l.
X1:179 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:526 lf we do our jobs to the best of our abilities,
X1:142 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:522 by this time tomorrow it'll be like we never even knew each other.
X1:068 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, go back to Bridgeview. Take the Rover.
X1:146 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:527 No police, no detours. And Nathan? Aggie will be fine.
X1:182 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:527 Rule number three. You have until 5pm today.
X1:160 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let's do exactly what he says.
X1:104 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Nathan, why don't we call the police? - Because we can't.
X1:205 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:490 Because l believe him.
X1:212 X2:503 Y1:456 Y2:495 Happy Thanksgiving.
X1:288 X2:426 Y1:456 Y2:490 Asshole.
X1:086 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Aren't you and Jessie hittin' the parade? - She's got a cold, Danny.
X1:178 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:495 No signs of sexual assault.
X1:125 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:495 l see evidence of injury in her neck.
X1:124 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:527 Signs of bleeding in the strap muscles overlying her larynx.
X1:071 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:527 l don't know, Syd. This girl does not match any of my missing persons.
X1:143 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 Also evidence of a fracture on the left tip of her hyoid bone.
X1:217 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:495 Syd. How'd she die?
X1:185 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:490 No blunt instrument here.
X1:151 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Her neck was snapped in two. - By what?
X1:255 X2:460 Y1:456 Y2:495 By two hands.
X1:168 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:527 Syd. Same technique used on this Battery Park floater?
X1:159 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:490 Same dislocation of the skull.
X1:144 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:495 And the splotches on the body?
X1:138 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:495 Cigarette burns. He was tortured.
X1:167 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:495 And he had prison tats? OK.
X1:080 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:527 l'm also gonna need fingerprints and dental x-rays on our Jane Doe, pronto.
X1:143 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:495 You know this is Thanksgiving?
X1:266 X2:448 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're right.
X1:121 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hope her family isn't waiting on her to carve the turkey.
X1:167 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 Cassidy, l'm not susceptible to your guilty-me bullshit.
X1:186 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:522 She probably helped her mom with the dishes.
X1:062 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:495 Fingerprints and dentals. Then l'm outta here.
X1:243 X2:471 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you, Syd.
X1:258 X2:456 Y1:456 Y2:490 Slow it down.
X1:283 X2:431 Y1:456 Y2:490 Come on.
X1:169 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 Roll down your window, sir.
X1:209 X2:506 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Officer, l'm a doctor. - Congratulations.
X1:071 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:527 - See that tuba player rolling off your hood? - l need to get through this parade.
X1:116 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 l need an escort to the Bridgeview Psychiatric Hospital.
X1:129 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:527 Do l look like a freakin' helicopter? Use 57th Street like everyone else.
X1:083 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:527 - He's talking to the cops. What do we do? - Be patient.
X1:125 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:495 There's a young girl who could die.
X1:182 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:527 So, Officer, you can either help me save this girl...
X1:300 X2:414 Y1:456 Y2:490 Or not.
X1:191 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:527 Get outta here. Move on. Can l have two of you?
X1:184 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let's go. Right over there.
X1:185 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hold the band right there.
X1:150 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:495 Open those gates for me, guys.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 The son of a bitch. He just picked up a police escort and cut through the parade.
X1:282 X2:429 Y1:456 Y2:490 l like that.
X1:149 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What? - The police escort. L like it a lot.
X1:059 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You didn't tell me the context of the number. - She knows.
X1:194 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:527 This girl has a decade of pathology to unravel.
X1:118 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:527 Even if she knows, your five o'clock deadline is absurd.
X1:088 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:527 ln my experience, people are at their best facing unreasonable deadlines.
X1:100 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:495 You can't just flick a switch in her head.
X1:161 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:527 Trust me. it does not work that way in these cases.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 The money's bad, l know. But you have family obligations right now.
X1:126 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:495 And Nathan? Don't lose the phone.
X1:156 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:522 - The doctor has landed. - Did he double-alarm the car?
X1:166 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Nope. - Good. We gothim focused.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Do you have the key to Dr Sachs's office? - Yeah.
X1:190 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Open it, please. - But Dr Sachs isn't here.
X1:294 X2:420 Y1:456 Y2:495 Open it.
X1:118 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:527 l thought Nathan explained the rules very clearly. Put the cell phone back.
X1:198 X2:515 Y1:456 Y2:527 There's no percentage in breaking those rules.
X1:198 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:490 You sick son of a bitch.
X1:146 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You hurt my little girl and I'll... - You'll do what?
X1:074 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 You were about to say something personal.
X1:300 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 l think.
X1:257 X2:455 Y1:456 Y2:527 - No. - That's good.
X1:108 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 lf your husband is on his game today, you've nothing to worry about.
X1:064 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:527 There's a good side, Aggie. This will bring you much closer than the occasional ski trip.
X1:244 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:495 Orsponge bath.
X1:118 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:495 The remote is to your left. Pick it up.
X1:281 X2:431 Y1:456 Y2:495 Pick it up.
X1:210 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:490 Good. Now turn it on.
X1:286 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:495 Try HBO.
X1:128 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:490 No. I've seen this. A bit too violent.
X1:194 X2:521 Y1:456 Y2:495 Try a nice family drama.
X1:129 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Nathan. What are you doin' here? - You're not supposed to be here.
X1:107 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How'd you get in? Who let you in? - You're supposed to be in Greenwich.
X1:118 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:495 Why are you here on Thanksgiving?
X1:135 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:527 Why am l here? l gotta testify in a double homicide on Monday.
X1:152 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:522 l thought l'd come to my office to do a little research.
X1:195 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:527 You broke into my files. Those are my pers...
X1:120 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l would a given you the key, man. - Have you gone through all of this?
X1:066 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:527 No, it just got here. But I've been through the master file. lt's a swamp of misdiagnosis...
X1:187 X2:527 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l think she's overlaying. - Overlaying?
X1:069 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 She is a brilliant mimic. That's why Rockland couldn't figure her out.
X1:123 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's highly adaptive. She takes on the symptoms of other patients.
X1:059 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:495 She's like a counterfeit schizophrenic, maybe.
X1:094 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:490 l can't believe it's all smoke and mirrors.
X1:147 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:527 That would place her in the malingerers' hall offame.
X1:120 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:527 l gotta believe there's some genuine pathology beneath it.
X1:124 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:527 She has classic post-traumatic stress symptoms. Her PTSD is real.
X1:074 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 Seeing her father die, that was ground zero.
X1:117 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 And she also believes that something or somebody is after her.
X1:059 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:527 That is why she stayed institutionalised these past ten years. She wants to stay inside.
X1:142 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:495 So, 20 different hospitalisations,
X1:202 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:495 20 different diagnoses.
X1:071 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:527 All overlaying. Nathan, that would make her a very talented young lady, wouldn't it?
X1:260 X2:454 Y1:456 Y2:495 Or desperate.
X1:292 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Louis? - Yeah?
X1:143 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:527 Does anybody know l'm treating Elisabeth Burrows besides you?
X1:063 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:495 Everybody. l put it up last night after you left.
X1:153 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:527 Figured you might be back. Wanted you to have clearance.
X1:063 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:495 l also reinstated your password. Gate, please.
X1:187 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:495 Elisabeth, good morning.
X1:200 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:495 Are you feeling better?
X1:186 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:495 l brought you something.
X1:222 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:495 A chocolate turkey.
X1:097 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:527 The sugar'll help you metabolise all those meds they've been giving you.
X1:178 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:527 Do you like Thanksgiving? lt's my favourite holiday.
X1:252 X2:461 Y1:456 Y2:490 Wanna touch?
X1:222 X2:493 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Sorry? - l saw you looking.
X1:087 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:522 l know what you're trying to do. You want to embarrass me. lt won't work.
X1:232 X2:483 Y1:456 Y2:490 The other doctor?
X1:276 X2:439 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Dr Sachs. - Yeah.
X1:200 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:522 - l don't like him. - l can understand that.
X1:221 X2:493 Y1:456 Y2:495 Very fucking funny.
X1:144 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:527 Elisabeth, there's something important that l have to ask you.
X1:104 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 But first l wanna show you something.
X1:158 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:495 l have a daughter. She's eight.
X1:264 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:495 Going on 18.
X1:229 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:490 Her name's Jessie.
X1:094 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:495 l have some of her favourite things here.
X1:168 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:490 This is Horton Hears a Who!
X1:142 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:527 I've read it to her so many times, it's pretty worn by now.
X1:097 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 And this... She loves to draw weird pictures of me.
X1:286 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:490 And this.
X1:263 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:495 This is Sally.
X1:160 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:495 Would you like one of those?
X1:084 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll make sure the hospital lets you keep it.
X1:159 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:495 Butyou can only choose one.
X1:117 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What the hell is this? Toys ''R'' Us? - Want me to choose for you?
X1:263 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Dr Conrad? - Yes?
X1:294 X2:421 Y1:456 Y2:490 Get out.
X1:323 X2:393 Y1:456 Y2:490 No.
X1:224 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:495 l want you to leave.
X1:092 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:495 No. We're not finished talking, Elisabeth.
X1:148 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:495 l know what you're trying to do.
X1:092 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:490 You wanna embarrass me. lt won't work.
X1:222 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's your name?
X1:202 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 Your hair's really long.
X1:166 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:527 My hair used to be that long but my mom made me cut it.
X1:144 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's that thing on your neck?
X1:127 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:527 lt's kind of impolite not to answer someone's question.
X1:261 X2:454 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's a symbol.
X1:235 X2:479 Y1:456 Y2:522 - What's it mean? - Don't talk.
X1:070 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 Elisabeth, there's something l need to know.
X1:299 X2:414 Y1:456 Y2:490 Jessie.
X1:124 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jessie? That's my little girl's name.
X1:105 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:495 Wanna see a picture that Jessie drew?
X1:104 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'll make you a deal. I'll show you the picture if you answer my question.
X1:144 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 ls it worth just one answer? l don't mean a yes or no answer.
X1:299 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:495 Maybe.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm gonna ask my question now, Elisabeth.
X1:108 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:495 ls the man that you hurt in Rockland...
X1:064 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 Did that have anything to do with the terrible thing that happened to you in the subway?
X1:256 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:494 Come on, run.
X1:211 X2:503 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on, honey, run.
X1:073 X2:642 Y1:456 Y2:522 - l didn't know what you were talking about. - Run.
X1:157 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 l didn't know who ''they'' were or what ''they'' wanted.
X1:081 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Now l do. l know how bad they wanted it. - Leave.
X1:166 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 l know how important it was for you to hold onto it.
X1:243 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm just asking...
X1:196 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:495 Elizabeth, you have to...
X1:285 X2:430 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm sorry.
X1:264 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:490 You lost her.
X1:122 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:495 She's still got the doll, doesn't she?
X1:242 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Yeah? - That went well.
X1:078 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:527 l can gain her trust. But without more information, l'm shooting in the dark.
X1:125 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:527 - The answer's right in front of you. - l have gone through her files.
X1:228 X2:486 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Then look closer. - You tell...
X1:236 X2:480 Y1:456 Y2:490 Nathan. lt's 12.22.
X1:072 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 l'm sure of one thing. They would have encountered quite a few venomous species.
X1:190 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:490 Like this. Check this out.
X1:117 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:527 See how he's got his tail up, poised? He is grumpy.
X1:117 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 He gets his stinger back over the top Of his head, ready to grab and sting.
X1:216 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:495 Trying to recuperate.
X1:307 X2:407 Y1:456 Y2:490 Sofia.
X1:190 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:495 Sofia, why are you here?
X1:156 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:490 l broke it. Mr Conrad will fix it.
X1:302 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 What?
X1:186 X2:527 Y1:456 Y2:495 Turkey? No. No tacchino.
X1:144 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:495 No telephone. Just give it to me.
X1:308 X2:408 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hello.
X1:258 X2:455 Y1:456 Y2:490 Getrid ofher.
X1:227 X2:486 Y1:456 Y2:494 Sofia, no tacchino.
X1:217 X2:496 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Anymore visitors? - No.
X1:143 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on. Yeah, baby, take it off.
X1:201 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right. Suit yourself.
X1:106 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:495 l have to go. You have to call me back.
X1:218 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:495 Have you seen this?
X1:099 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:527 What's this? ''Girl found wandering on Hart lsland''?
X1:187 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where'd you find this? - ln her file in your office.
X1:130 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:527 ''A young girl was found among the coffins on Hart Island.''
X1:103 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 This is around the time her father died. l should run this by Child Services.
X1:088 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:522 Could she have been lost or unattended? That's bizarre.
X1:151 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:490 On an island in the East River?
X1:118 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 l saw Sarah. Two days ago. She was meeting her boyfriend in the Village.
X1:113 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Maybe she's still with him. - She could be. Just wait one second.
X1:149 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jake. Tray 57, and just her face.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 - it stinks in here. - l know. Just breathe through your mouth.
X1:114 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I've never seen anyone dead before. - You'll do fine.
X1:153 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l'm gonna get sick. - No one in here's gonna mind.
X1:283 X2:431 Y1:456 Y2:490 Come on.
X1:171 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:527 I've gotta take this. But l'm gonna be right here.
X1:221 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 Cassidy. Hey, baby.
X1:104 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 Yeah. You should take the one o'clock, because I'll be at Penn Station by two.
X1:247 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Make it seven. - l promise.
X1:253 X2:463 Y1:456 Y2:495 Don't promise.
X1:127 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:494 What? Yeah, l'm almost done here.
X1:135 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah. l'm at the city morgue. Bye.
X1:064 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Your NCIC on the guy with the busted neck. - l got a hit.
X1:217 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:490 Leon Edwards Croft.
X1:071 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Jesus, what does he have, 15, 20 arrests? - A busy little bad guy that won't be missed.
X1:085 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You run him for known associates? - Of course. Am l not a paid professional?
X1:299 X2:417 Y1:456 Y2:490 lt's OK.
X1:102 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:495 Why would someone do this to Sarah?
X1:096 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:522 The guy with the cigarette burns, Croft? He was the driver for this crew.
X1:145 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 Robbery said they hit banks. Here, Jersey, Delaware, Virginia.
X1:206 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:490 No convictions till '91.
X1:129 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:527 And three of his friends just capped off a ten-year jolt in Attica.
X1:069 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:527 Patrick Barry Koster. He's the last one that got out. November 4th.
X1:253 X2:462 Y1:456 Y2:490 November 4th.
X1:164 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:495 Did Croft rat these guys out?
X1:146 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 l don't know. Could be payback.
X1:083 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:527 He has no priors. There is nothing on him. He just came out of nowhere.
X1:083 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:527 l know. lt's the only thing he ever got popped for. The guy's a ghost.
X1:128 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:527 l guess that's who l need to talk to. Thank you.
X1:228 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Watch your back. - Yeah.
X1:179 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:527 You picked Jessie's absolutely favourite thing.
X1:141 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:527 She and Sally were inseparable since they were two.
X1:254 X2:459 Y1:456 Y2:490 Where is she?
X1:242 X2:472 Y1:456 Y2:490 Where's Jessie?
X1:254 X2:460 Y1:456 Y2:495 They took her.
X1:059 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:527 Now she's really scared. As scared as you were when you went for that guy at Rockland,
X1:093 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:495 but she's only eight years old, Elisabeth.
X1:093 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's not as strong as you are. She can't protect herself as well as you can.
X1:159 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:495 l am not just here to help you.
X1:198 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Me help you. - l need you to help me.
X1:067 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:495 Otherwise, l'm not getting my little girl back.
X1:203 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 Today's Thanksgiving.
X1:137 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:495 Do you remember Thanksgiving?
X1:239 X2:476 Y1:456 Y2:494 Yes, l remember.
X1:215 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:495 Who were you with?
X1:295 X2:421 Y1:456 Y2:495 My dad.
X1:213 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 Just me and my dad.
X1:182 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:527 Being strong isn't only About protecting your seIf.
X1:113 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's also having the strength to let go,
X1:175 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 especially if you're holding onto something so tightly
X1:143 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 that you don't even know that you could have a better life.
X1:152 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:527 The only way that you can help yourself is if you go back.
X1:178 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:527 You have to go back to that day on the subway.
X1:208 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:490 l can't. Can't do it. No.
X1:169 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 Here we go. The main event.
X1:175 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:527 You can't help my little girl unless you go back.
X1:276 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:495 No, please.
X1:103 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:490 Listen to me. The men that have Jessie
X1:101 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 are the same men you're frightened of, the men that sent the orderly after you.
X1:173 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l don't wanna hear this. - All they want is a number.
X1:175 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You want what they want. - They know you know it.
X1:069 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 - They'll kill my little girl if you don't tell me. - Stop it.
X1:299 X2:414 Y1:456 Y2:495 Daddy.
X1:177 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:522 - ls it a telephone number? - No.
X1:175 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:522 - An address? An account? - l don't know.
X1:119 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:522 - A bank account? A code? A place? - No.
X1:275 X2:438 Y1:456 Y2:490 What is it?
X1:138 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's wrong? We lost the feed?
X1:248 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:495 No, we're good.
X1:213 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:490 You leave him alone.
X1:221 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 Your father is gone.
X1:092 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:495 And no one is gonna hurt him any more.
X1:191 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:495 My little girl is still alive.
X1:252 X2:462 Y1:456 Y2:490 Jessie is alive.
X1:270 X2:446 Y1:456 Y2:490 Dr Conrad...
X1:277 X2:439 Y1:456 Y2:490 l'm scared.
X1:237 X2:478 Y1:456 Y2:495 l know. l'm sorry.
X1:290 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Shit. - lt's OK.
X1:266 X2:448 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Elisabeth... - I'll try.
X1:276 X2:438 Y1:456 Y2:490 You're OK.
X1:180 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:495 Long time since breakfast.
X1:115 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yeah. - l wish we had some cheeseburgers.
X1:163 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:495 The best turkey you ever had.
X1:095 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:495 Careful, or I'll put you in the oven with it.
X1:232 X2:479 Y1:456 Y2:495 l love you, Daddy.
X1:205 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What's that? - This is a 5cc syringe,
X1:159 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:527 with a 10-gauge needle and 500mg of sodium amytal.
X1:077 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 500mg? Why not give her a quart of Jack Daniel's and stick a shotgun in her mouth?
X1:185 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:527 The event is obviously right beneath the surface.
X1:081 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:495 She should respond beautifully to Amytal.
X1:279 X2:434 Y1:456 Y2:490 Answer it.
X1:201 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:495 You answer the phone.
X1:178 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:495 Tell them everything's OK,
X1:148 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:495 and that you're going to plan B.
X1:074 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 Everything's OK, and we're going to plan B.
X1:279 X2:437 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's a drug.
X1:139 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:527 You knew all about the numbers, and you set me up, Louis.
X1:075 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l swear to God... - You tell me why or l'm gonna shove this...
X1:151 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 They got my fucking girlfriend. He's keeping Sarah hostage.
X1:074 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 - He'll kill her if l don't get him this number. - Your girlfriend, Louis?
X1:208 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:495 He's got my daughter.
X1:173 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:526 - He's got my little girl. - Nathan, l didn't know that.
X1:198 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm sorry. l didn't know.
X1:106 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:527 You gotta get the number for this guy. He'll go away. lt's that simple.
X1:280 X2:435 Y1:456 Y2:490 Dr Sachs?
X1:151 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yes? - There's a cop here to see you.
X1:174 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:522 - A cop? What kind of cop? - l don't know.
X1:087 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What does he want? - She. She didn't say. She's in your office.
X1:320 X2:395 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK.
X1:180 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Tell her I'll be right there. - OK.
X1:073 X2:642 Y1:456 Y2:527 - He said no cops under any circumstances. - You have got to go down to your office.
X1:174 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 You have to be cool, and you make her go away.
X1:086 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:495 lf we don't have it by 4.30, we go to plan...
X1:198 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:527 Peanut butter and jelly. What kind of jelly is it?
X1:273 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hello there.
X1:199 X2:515 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l'm Louis Sachs. - Hi. Detective Cassidy.
X1:128 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Pretty girl. ls that your daughter? - This?
X1:114 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:527 No. This is not my daughter. How can l help you today, Detective?
X1:167 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:522 - l'm here about this woman. - What about her?
X1:206 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You don't know her? - Nope.
X1:076 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:522 She worked in the hospital for five months. She was a resident.
X1:117 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 Really? We have dozens and dozens of residents, l will tell you that.
X1:075 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:495 She worked in the department you oversee.
X1:087 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's strange. l should know who she is.
X1:085 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:495 And l don't. So there's gotta be a mistake.
X1:151 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:522 - When did you last see Sarah? - Detective.
X1:118 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:522 l just told you, and I'll tell you again, l do not know who that is.
X1:211 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:495 Where are we going?
X1:171 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Do you have a lawyer, sir? - What?
X1:160 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Do you have a lawyer? - What are you talking about?
X1:094 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You don't know Sarah? - No. Why are we talking about lawyers?
X1:090 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:522 A week ago, in Central Park, with you. She told her roommate Vanessa about it.
X1:108 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You know Vanessa? She knows you. - l don't know Vanessa either.
X1:137 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm about to read you your rights.
X1:237 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:526 - My rights? - Yeah, but first...
X1:155 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What did l do? - l want you to do me a favour.
X1:150 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:527 This is last weekend, with you, by the fountain in Central Park.
X1:082 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:495 You took this picture. And this is her now.
X1:091 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 This one you did, this one l took. Who do you think did better, me or you?
X1:111 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:527 - That's not Sarah. - That's Sarah, laid out in the morgue.
X1:084 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:526 - No, it's not Sarah in the fucking morgue. - l work Homicide, Dr Sachs. That's Sarah.
X1:260 X2:454 Y1:456 Y2:495 The morgue?
X1:111 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:522 - lt can't be Sarah. That's not the deal. - That's not the deal?
X1:184 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:522 Why don't you tell me what the fuck the deal is?
X1:142 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 Who is part of the deal? ls he part of it? How about him?
X1:153 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:495 Tell me who is part of the deal.
X1:149 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:522 He said we had until five today. That's a mistake.
X1:167 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:490 lt's no mistake. Who's ''we''?
X1:182 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:522 We are so fuckin' close. All we need is a half hour.
X1:190 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Dr Sachs, who is ''we''? - That's not Sarah.
X1:085 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:527 Why don't you quit wasting my fucking time and tell me, who's ''we''?
X1:191 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:495 You like country music?
X1:169 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 What did l say about noise?
X1:122 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:495 Daddy's smart little girl, aren't you?
X1:091 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:495 Better hope your mother didn't hear that.
X1:210 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:490 Go full screen on her.
X1:295 X2:420 Y1:456 Y2:495 Tighter.
X1:215 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:527 - She heard. - How do you know?
X1:189 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:495 She's stopped breathing.
X1:153 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:495 So what can l do for you, Doc?
X1:139 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:495 Arnie, l need to ask you a favour.
X1:114 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:495 Were you takin' Burrows for a stroll?
X1:157 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 - We're out of here. Bring her. - Mommy, Daddy, l'm up here!
X1:241 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:490 Take care of her.
X1:165 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:495 l need you to open the gates.
X1:158 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:527 - On whose authorisation? - This is between you and me.
X1:155 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:526 That's why they call this place the nuthouse, Doc.
X1:157 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 Cos l'd have to be, basically, fuckin' nuts to let you do that.
X1:146 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:495 OK. Well, l just had to ask you...
X1:140 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's OK, Arnie. lt's just a sedative.
X1:076 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's all right. You'll be fine in about an hour.
X1:272 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:490 Dr Conrad?
X1:310 X2:405 Y1:456 Y2:490 Fuck.
X1:273 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:490 Excuse me.
X1:062 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:495 Security breach. Start emergency procedures.
X1:063 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:527 Security personnel, officer down. We have a Security breach. Start emergency procedures.
X1:098 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 A gold Land Rover just left Bridgeview, heading east.
X1:176 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:522 - They're leaving. - The driver is a Dr Conrad.
X1:151 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:522 Wanted for questioning in connection with a homicide.
X1:159 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:527 Have an RMP respond to his residence immediately.
X1:265 X2:449 Y1:456 Y2:495 Oh, my God.
X1:147 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What's on your mind, Nathan? - Field trip.
X1:066 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:495 Wait a second. Where are you taking Jessie?
X1:176 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Why are you moving her? - You have 44 minutes.
X1:182 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:495 Why are you moving her?
X1:131 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right, l will get you the number.
X1:217 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Just don't hurt her. - 43 minutes.
X1:074 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 You have reached New York City's Emergency services. Please stay on the line.
X1:134 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:522 Your call will be answered in the order in which it was received.
X1:225 X2:490 Y1:456 Y2:495 You crippled bitch.
X1:227 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Are you all right? - Yeah.
X1:304 X2:407 Y1:456 Y2:490 Move.
X1:122 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:522 - This is where it happened, isn't it? - No.
X1:111 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:495 When we left home, my dad and me...
X1:262 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:495 Big car, dark.
X1:142 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'd never seen my dad so scared.
X1:113 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:495 He grabbed my arm. He kept running.
X1:205 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:495 And l tried to keep up.
X1:249 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You can do it. - OK.
X1:201 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:495 You can do it. Let's go.
X1:299 X2:417 Y1:456 Y2:490 lt's OK.
X1:278 X2:438 Y1:456 Y2:490 Elisabeth?
X1:183 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:495 There were lots of people.
X1:089 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:495 But my dad just pulled me through them.
X1:258 X2:457 Y1:456 Y2:490 l looked back.
X1:231 X2:484 Y1:456 Y2:495 They were so fast.
X1:202 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:495 They're still behind us.
X1:103 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 There were only two men. We lost one.
X1:127 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:495 My dad took me around the corner.
X1:172 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:490 He made me hide over here.
X1:116 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 Listen to me carefully. You and Mishka, you gotta wait here.
X1:232 X2:479 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's gonna be fine.
X1:171 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:495 Russel, where've you been?
X1:185 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's in the fuckin'bag?
X1:161 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:522 They could see my dad's face and he tried to talk to them.
X1:135 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:495 There's nothing in the fuckin'bag.
X1:222 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:494 Where is it, Russel?
X1:123 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's happening now? Elisabeth?
X1:163 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:490 l don't believe a fuckin' word.
X1:170 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 Elisabeth, what do you see?
X1:271 X2:445 Y1:456 Y2:490 Where is it?
X1:076 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:495 The one in the red coat kept on kicking him
X1:137 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:522 and asking him ''Where is it? Tell me where it is.''
X1:112 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Let me up and I'll tell you where it is. - Elisabeth.
X1:200 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where is it? - Come on, help me up.
X1:159 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:527 And everybody was watching and no one would help.
X1:130 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:494 Elisabeth, what did the man want?
X1:191 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:522 - l can almost reach him. - Elisabeth.
X1:291 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Daddy! - No!
X1:198 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 Turn around. Hands up.
X1:119 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Down on your knees. - What did the man want, Elisabeth?
X1:200 X2:515 Y1:456 Y2:490 Did he want a number?
X1:114 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:522 Elisabeth, l need to know what the man wanted.
X1:182 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:495 He wants Mishka. My doll.
X1:073 X2:642 Y1:456 Y2:527 - And where is Mishka? Where is your doll? - Hang onto that, baby.
X1:156 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yeah. - You're cutting I trat her close.
X1:150 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right. l have what you want.
X1:221 X2:493 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good. l'm listening.
X1:157 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:527 I've decided l'm gonna deliver the number to you in person.
X1:292 X2:424 Y1:456 Y2:490 No time.
X1:168 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:527 - No choice. - Being brave again, Nathan.
X1:174 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 That's the best way to get your daughter killed.
X1:102 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 Other than missing the deadline, which is less than three minutes away.
X1:137 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:490 Rule number one. No more clock.
X1:245 X2:469 Y1:456 Y2:522 - What? - You heard me.
X1:185 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Now, I'll meet you there. - Where?
X1:086 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:527 l think you know where. And rule number two, l want to speak to my daughter now.
X1:119 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:527 Do you hear me? l want to speak to my daughter now.
X1:166 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Daddy? - Pumpkin, are you all right?
X1:101 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah. Daddy, please come get me now.
X1:176 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:495 l'm on my way, sweetheart.
X1:114 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Anything else? - Rule number three. No more phone.
X1:157 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:527 l got a medical emergency. I'll get this phone back to you.
X1:257 X2:457 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Aggie? - ls she alive?
X1:247 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:522 - She's fine. - Where is she?
X1:222 X2:492 Y1:456 Y2:495 Aggie, listen to me.
X1:110 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:495 What is that? Did you call the police?
X1:297 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:495 Aggie?
X1:201 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:495 No. But somebody did.
X1:148 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:495 Do they know what's going on?
X1:241 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Not yet. Listen. - l'm here.
X1:233 X2:481 Y1:456 Y2:495 Just get her back.
X1:167 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 What you doin' down there?
X1:080 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's my boat. Where you goin', asshole?
X1:139 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:495 What you doin'? Bring that back.
X1:277 X2:439 Y1:456 Y2:490 Dr Conrad.
X1:188 X2:527 Y1:456 Y2:490 You're a committed man.
X1:244 X2:471 Y1:456 Y2:490 l wanna see her.
X1:214 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:490 l wanna see her now.
X1:140 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:495 Grim place for a holiday, isn't it?
X1:243 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:494 Hello, Elisabeth.
X1:149 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:527 l've thought about you every day for the last ten years.
X1:127 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:495 l bet you've thought about me, too.
X1:138 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:522 l know you've been through a lot. But so have l.
X1:162 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:490 Your father let us both down.
X1:174 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where's my daughter? - She hasn't given it to you.
X1:185 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where is she? - She won't give it to you.
X1:203 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:527 - l wanna see Jessie. - Where's my number?
X1:098 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're not getting anything until l see...
X1:150 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:495 We talked about bravery today.
X1:262 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's not good.
X1:119 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:490 You need to know how to use these.
X1:186 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:495 l wanna see my daughter.
X1:160 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah, l think you've earned it.
X1:287 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Max. - Daddy?
X1:288 X2:427 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Jessie? - Daddy.
X1:090 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:495 lt's all right, honey. You're gonna be fine.
X1:188 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:527 You guessed the number is a grave. Very good.
X1:274 X2:441 Y1:456 Y2:490 Now what?
X1:251 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:495 l finish my job.
X1:147 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on, Nathan. Up the stairs.
X1:195 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:495 Over there, by the table.
X1:199 X2:515 Y1:456 Y2:490 And Elisabeth. Not her.
X1:204 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:490 Take her back outside.
X1:089 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Daddy? - Jessie, you're gonna be all right, honey.
X1:101 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:494 Now, let's see what 200 an hour can do.
X1:151 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 Officer Peterson. Nice work. You found my car. Where is it?
X1:168 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 - lt's over there. - OK. Now, where's my guy?
X1:133 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:527 He smashed through a steel fence on the Corrections pier.
X1:078 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:495 Then he jacked a boat from that individual.
X1:101 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:495 He and some girl. Sounds a little hinky.
X1:132 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:527 - A boat to where? - That's the coastguard's problem.
X1:106 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 it is not. it is my problem. it is your problem. What is over there?
X1:064 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Where's the music coming from, Elisabeth? - The radio.
X1:189 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where? - lt's playing on the boat.
X1:189 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:527 On the boat that brought you here the first time?
X1:308 X2:406 Y1:456 Y2:490 Yeah.
X1:204 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:490 it was cold. it was wet.
X1:204 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:527 My eyes were burning, but l was with my dad.
X1:066 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:495 How did you know which one was your dad?
X1:186 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:495 They gave him a number.
X1:188 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:490 Where was this number?
X1:081 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:527 lt's on his box. They carved the number on top of his box.
X1:177 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:527 l tried to get it open, but my fingers were numb.
X1:142 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:495 l couldn't lift it, it was too heavy.
X1:169 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:495 l couldn't put Mishka inside.
X1:150 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:495 Better pray she's lying, Nathan.
X1:173 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 Where did Mishka go? What happened to Mishka?
X1:243 X2:471 Y1:456 Y2:527 - They saw me. - Who saw you?
X1:191 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:490 The men with the music.
X1:108 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 They were working. They said my lips were blue. They gave me a blanket.
X1:161 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:495 l told them ''My dad's inside.''
X1:098 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:495 ''And l need to put her inside with him.''
X1:063 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:495 ''l need to put Mishka in the box,'' l told them.
X1:228 X2:485 Y1:456 Y2:495 What did they do?
X1:241 X2:474 Y1:456 Y2:495 They helped me.
X1:172 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:522 They helped me put Mishka inside the box with him.
X1:180 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:495 They let me stay with him.
X1:303 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Until...
X1:191 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:527 So what's gonna happen If you dig this thing up?
X1:193 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:527 He's gonna have you kill me and my little girl.
X1:178 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:490 You like her. l can tell that.
X1:150 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 And when you're done with us, he'll be done with you.
X1:232 X2:481 Y1:456 Y2:495 Just keep walkin'.
X1:121 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:527 This boat's for charter, not runnin' around the Sound on Thanksgiving.
X1:064 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 Like l said, sir, it's police business. Do me a favour, Captain Bligh. Drive the friggin' boat.
X1:198 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 Go on, Max. Open it up.
X1:270 X2:444 Y1:456 Y2:490 Get her out.
X1:262 X2:452 Y1:456 Y2:495 The girl. Out.
X1:276 X2:438 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Sit down. - Daddy.
X1:279 X2:437 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let me go.
X1:066 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 l am going to put a bullet through your knee. Then you'll give me the right number.
X1:323 X2:393 Y1:456 Y2:490 No.
X1:274 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:490 No. Get off.
X1:274 X2:441 Y1:456 Y2:490 Get her off.
X1:284 X2:430 Y1:456 Y2:490 Sit down.
X1:141 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:527 Forget the fuckin' number. Just say hi to your dad from me.
X1:147 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:527 - She gave it to you - in reverse. - She gave me nothing.
X1:078 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 - lt's reversed in her mind. - Shut up. I've got nothing, you lying bitch.
X1:214 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 Cognitive distortion.
X1:193 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:495 She wrote it right to left.
X1:309 X2:406 Y1:456 Y2:490 Look.
X1:204 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:490 She sees it in a mirror.
X1:139 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:527 Can you imagine what'll happen if this is bullshit?
X1:132 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 Central, this is Detective Cassidy from Homicide.
X1:112 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:522 Shots fired on the northeast shore of Hart island.
X1:094 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:490 l'm en route. l need Harbor and Aviation.
X1:217 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ten years of my life.
X1:171 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 Bought and fuckin' paid for.
X1:237 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:490 Take care of that.
X1:176 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:494 You're not like me, Nathan.
X1:162 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:527 l would have killed a man who took my little girl.
X1:223 X2:492 Y1:456 Y2:490 Police. Don't move.
X1:226 X2:490 Y1:456 Y2:495 Drop your weapon.
X1:302 X2:413 Y1:456 Y2:490 Go on.
X1:205 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:495 l never got your name.
X1:297 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Patrick.
X1:156 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:495 Are you sure l'm not like you?
X1:255 X2:459 Y1:456 Y2:495 Are you sure?
X1:191 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:495 Was this really worth it?
X1:302 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 What?
X1:286 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:490 Your life.
X1:271 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:495 Absolutely.
X1:287 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:490 lt's mine.
X1:227 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:495 Then you go get it.
X1:187 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll be right back, sweetie.
X1:183 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:522 - How are you holdin' up? - I've been better.
X1:274 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:228 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let's go. Come on.
X1:119 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:490 Visiontext Subtitles: Yasmeen Khan
X1:286 X2:429 Y1:456 Y2:490 ENGLISH
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