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#220 : Code d'honneur

Scénariste : Aaron Zelman
Réalisateur : Jesús Treviño

Elizabeth Prentiss, une ambassadrice étrangère et mère d'Emily Prentiss, recherche l'aide du Bureau lorsqu'un immigrant Russe est kidnappé sur le territoire américain. En effet, ses ravisseurs ne le libèreront qu'en échange d'une rançon qui doivent leur livrer dans un temps imparti sinon il sera éxécuté. Cependant au fil de leur enquête ils découvrent que les enlèvements dans la communauté russe sont pratique courante.

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3.57 - 7 votes

Titre VO
Honor Among Thieves

Titre VF
Code d'honneur

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Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Mandy Patinkin ... Jason Gideon
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Paget Brewster ... Emily Prentiss
   - Matthew Gray Gubler ... Spencer Reid
   - Shemar Moore ... Derek Morgan
   - A.J. Cook ... Jennifer Jareau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Kate Jackson ... Elizabeth Prentiss
   - Gonzalo Menendez ... Josh Cramer
   - Olga Sosnovska ... Natalya Chernus
   - Elya Baskin ... Arseny Lysowsky
   - Irina Davidoff ... Zina
   - Gregory Wagrowski ... Sergei Chernus
   - Dimitri S. Boudrine ... Alexander
   - Brian Appel ... Agent Anderson
   - Dennis Volochkov ... Uri
   - Sergey Chernov ... Anton Gorban

Lyov Lysowsky: Let's go.


Elizabeth Prentiss: Excuse me, Agent. I need to speak to Agent Prentiss and one of her superiors.

Anderson: Uh, she's in a briefing.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Yes, well, it's extremely important.

Emily Prentiss: Mother?


Natalya Chernus: I found my father's car last night when I took out the garbage. The door was open, and his bag was on the ground, but he was gone.

Emily Prentiss: Gone?

Elizabeth Prentiss: He's been kidnapped.

Aaron Hotchner: Are you sure?

Natalya Chernus: Yes.

Aaron Hotchner: Have you been to the police?

Elizabeth Prentiss: They came directly to me. As I think you can understand, agent, they don't easily trust the authorities.

Aaron Hotchner: There are protocols, Ambassador Prentiss, the local police. There's an FBI office in Baltimore.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Yes, but you do handle kidnapping cases, don't you?

Aaron Hotchner: Yes. The B.A.U.? I'm…

Elizabeth Prentiss: It is your mandate.

Aaron Hotchner: Yes, when necessary.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Mrs. Chernus' brother, Natalya's uncle, worked for me at the embassy in the Ukraine.

Aaron Hotchner: Be that as it may, there are channels these cases must go through, and if our particular expertise is required.

Mrs Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Natalya Chernus: Please. We don't have time.

Emily Prentiss: It's just not something that's up to us.

Mrs Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Natalya Chernus: Mama.

Mrs Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Natalya Chernus: Please. It's already 8:15 in the morning.

Elizabeth Prentiss: The kidnappers left a note demanding $100,000 be wired to a bank account in Moscow by noon today. That's less than 4 hours.

Natalya Chernus: They say if we don't, they'll send another... Piece every 6 hours after.

Aaron Hotchner: Another piece?

Natalya Chernus: That's my father's wedding ring… Please help him.


Emily Prentiss: An old Russian proverb reminds us, "There can be no good without evil."


Mrs Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Natalya Chernus: Where are you taking that?

Agent: We need to process it.

Mrs Chernus: Nyet. Pazhalusta... [Speaking in Russian]

Elizabeth Prentiss: She wants his wedding ring.

Natalya Chernus: Please, let us hold the cooler.

Emily Prentiss: It'll be here if you need it.

Aaron Hotchner: Agent, it's fine for now. You can leave it.

Agent: Yes, sir.

Spencer Reid: This note's in Russian. I need to know the exact text.

Natalya Chernus: "Wire $100,000 to Nadka bank account, number 155293846729 by tomorrow noon. If you don't-- if you don't, you'll receive "another body piece then and every 6 hours after."

Spencer Reid: That's it exactly?

Natalya Chernus: Exactly. I'll never forget it.

Spencer Reid: There's no personalization, no salutation? It's not addressed to anyone? Your father's name isn't mentioned specifically?

Natalya Chernus: No.

Spencer Reid: That's odd.

Derek Morgan: Most ransom notes are personalized, frightens the families to know that they've been specifically chosen, watched for a time.

Jennifer Jareau: It doesn't even say not to call the police.

Emily Prentiss: Russian expats don't have the greatest experience with their home government. They tend not to trust officials.

Jason Gideon: Well, there's another reason they aren't worried. According to the note, they aren't planning on contacting them again.

Aaron Hotchner: It's completely self-contained. They expect their instructions to be followed.

Natalya Chernus: We don't have $100,000.

Derek Morgan: They seem to think that you do.

Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, can you get any information on the account?

Penelope Garcia: I'm already checking. The account number does seem to correspond with that bank.

Aaron Hotchner: Can you get the account holder's name?

Penelope Garcia: I have no idea how Russian banks store their data, how their servers are structured. We'd have to call the bank directly.

Emily Prentiss: No way. There's no way a Russian bank is gonna give information on personal accounts.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Well, I could try to go through the embassy in Moscow.

Emily Prentiss: Wh--and say what? The FBI is looking for information on Russian citizens' bank accounts? I mean, if we were lucky, we'd spend the next 6 years drowning in red tape.

Elizabeth Prentiss: I can make some calls. I may still have some friends in the eastern countries.

Aaron Hotchner: That would be a great help, Ambassador.

Elizabeth Prentiss: If you'll excuse me.

Aaron Hotchner: We don't have much time. We need a division of labour. Um, Morgan, somebody needs to go to the Chernus house in Baltimore in case they are contacted again.

Derek Morgan: We got it.

Emily Prentiss: I wanna be there.

Aaron Hotchner: That's a good idea. Are you fluent enough to stay with the mother until we get a translator up here?

Emily Prentiss: I'm passable.

Aaron Hotchner: Then Mrs. Chernus should stay with us.

Jason Gideon: I'll meet with Agent Cramer in Baltimore...

Aaron Hotchner: Okay.

Jason Gideon: See if he has similar open cases.


Spencer Reid: We're landing already?

Jason Gideon: 25-minute flight.

Derek Morgan: Never knew 25 minutes could feel so long.

Spencer Reid: And 3 hours could feel so short.

Derek Morgan: She doesn't look scared… She looks determined.

Jason Gideon: She's a tough girl. When we get to the house, take her inside. Profile the rooms while you profile her.

Derek Morgan: What am I looking for?

Jason Gideon: Anything that helps.


Emily Prentiss: [Speaking in Russian]

Mrs Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Emily Prentiss: [Speaking in Russian]

Mrs Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks… Your mother's got feelers out. She's confident she can get results.

Emily Prentiss: Well, if anybody can, it's Ambassador Prentiss.

Aaron Hotchner: How's she doing?

Emily Prentiss: How would you be?

Aaron Hotchner: Right.

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, Agent Cramer is meeting Gideon and Reid at the Chernus house. This is the translator. I've already briefed her.

Aaron Hotchner: Will you introduce her to Mrs. Chernus?

Jennifer Jareau: Come on. Right this way.

Emily Prentiss: Thank God. I'm really not very good at Russian. Oh. Uh, if it would be all right, I would like to go help my mother.

Aaron Hotchner: All right. Keep me up to date.


Josh Cramer: Agent Gideon. Long time, no see.

Jason Gideon: Agent Cramer. Remember Dr. Reid?

Josh Cramer: Absolutely.

Jason Gideon: Been briefed on the case?

Josh Cramer: Didn't need to be. Been working these mutilation kidnappings for over a year.

Jason Gideon: Really?

Josh Cramer: Yeah, and I got zipped. No one cooperates. Families don't. The witnesses don't. Hell, even the victims aren't talking. I must have a dozen guys walking around with missing ring fingers.

Jason Gideon: Why?

Josh Cramer: 'Cause we're dealing with criminals.

Spencer Reid: Obviously.

Josh Cramer: Not just the kidnappers, genius. I'm talking about the victims, too. These are Russian criminals kidnapping other Russian criminals.

Spencer Reid: Are you sure?

Josh Cramer: It's the Russian mob. These guys are bold, efficient. There's no regard for leaving evidence, and let me guess. In the note, there's no warning not to go to the police… There's a clear assumption that they won't.

Jason Gideon: So you think the Chernus family's involved in organized crime.

Josh Cramer: Well, these guys are ruthless, but they don't normally kidnap civilians. They target people they know have money they snuck into the country-- other mobsters, other criminals. They won't go the police, because they have something to hide themselves.

Spencer Reid: Only, this family did come to us.

Jason Gideon: And they don't have any money.

Josh Cramer: Well, they all say that.

Jason Gideon: Get Garcia on the horn.


Penelope Garcia: Your friendly neighbourhood oracle of all things knowable and unknowable at your service.

Spencer Reid: Garcia, I need you to do a background search on the entire Chernus family.

Penelope Garcia: The victims?

Spencer Reid: Yeah, get us everything you can on them financial records, employment, immigration status. We need that as soon as possible.

Penelope Garcia: I know. I know. We're on the clock. I will compile and reconnect forthwith, junior G-man. Oracle out.

Spencer Reid: Junior G-man? If the Chernuses are hiding anything, Garcia'll get it to us.

Josh Cramer: Alright.


Natalya Chernus: Why are they just standing around?

Derek Morgan: Natalya, that's the head of the local office out there. It wouldn't do us any good to go running around without any information.

Natalya Chernus: What kind of information do you need?

Derek Morgan: Sometimes that's not clear until we actually find it. Just the three of you living here?

Natalya Chernus: I had 2 brothers, but they died of diphtheria when we were children.

Derek Morgan: I'm sorry.

Natalya Chernus: It was a long time ago… Andrei was 4.Sergei was 6. I was 5.

Derek Morgan: That must have been terrible.

Natalya Chernus: It was hard on my parents… It was never really the same after.

Derek Morgan: How do you mean?

Natalya Chernus: They never smiled again, neither of them, ever...

Derek Morgan: Who's this?

Natalya Chernus: It's my grandfather. He held a party job in the former government. When communism fell, he was arrested.

Derek Morgan: Arrested? He was a criminal?

Natalya Chernus: In the new Russia. He died a year later in prison. We were already here for 3 years by then. We fled in 1988.

Derek Morgan: You fled?

Natalya Chernus: We were smuggled out in delivery trucks… My father never really believed, even with democracy, Russia could ever change. He was right… What he didn't expect was that it would allow criminals to follow.

Derek Morgan: In America, they can only hurt you if you're afraid to ask for help.

Natalya Chernus: Is that really true?

Derek Morgan: Most of the time.

Natalya Chernus: I hope, for my father's sake this is one of those times.


Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Lyov Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Lyov Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Sergei Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Lyov Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Sergei Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Sergei Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]


Josh Cramer: This all involves the Russian mafia. It's really beefed up around here the last 10 years or so. Started off mainly New York and L.A. but they send lieutenants from the old country Pakhans they call them to open branch offices in other cities.

Spencer Reid: Like Baltimore.

Josh Cramer: St. Louis, Chicago, Dallas... List goes on. They're mainly offshoots of the Odessa mafia and they're especially tough to crack from the law enforcement standpoint. I mean, besides being well organized with sophisticated technical equipment there's vory v zakone to contend with.

Spencer Reid: The thieves code.

Josh Cramer: Yeah.

Spencer Reid: 18 principles they live by.

Josh Cramer: It's like a bible to these guys. Stepping outside of it means certain death. We're not gonna be turning any of them informer anytime soon.

Jason Gideon: Then we need a witness who'll talk.

Josh Cramer: There's not much chance of that… Gideon?

Jason Gideon: Wait here.


Jason Gideon: Mr. Gorban? Your name's right here on the mailbox. Mr. Gorban, please.

Anton Gorban: Who are you?

Jason Gideon: I'm with the FBI… Please, sir. Your neighbours have had some trouble.

Anton Gorban: This has nothing to do with me.

Jason Gideon: You all live in the same community.

Anton Gorban: I mind my own business.

Jason Gideon: Been watching us since we got here… Mr. Gorban, last night somebody grabbed Mr. Chernus right off the street. They would've had to have had a vehicle to do it large vehicle, a van did you see anything like that? Something you can describe for me?

Anton Gorban: I saw nothing. Get off my porch.

Jason Gideon: Mr. Gorban. Mr. Gorban.


Josh Cramer: Guess who.

Spencer Reid: You know these guys?

Josh Cramer: Oh, yeah. Arseny Lysowsky.

Arseny Lysowsky: Agent, uh, Cramer how are you?

Josh Cramer: What brings you out, Lysowsky?

Arseny Lysowsky: I heard Chernuses had problems.

Jason Gideon: How did you hear that?

Arseny Lysowsky: And you are?

Jason Gideon: Chernuses said they hadn't told anyone.

Arseny Lysowsky: This is a small community. Word gets out. Are you a friend of Gorban's?

Jason Gideon: Mr. Gorban wouldn't talk to me.

Arseny Lysowsky: Would you like me to talk to him for you? I can't promise something will come of it--

Natalya Chernus: You! Where's my father?!

Josh Cramer: Take it easy, buddy.

Derek Morgan: Wait. Wait.

Natalya Chernus: Where's my father?!

Derek Morgan: Wait a minute! Do you know he has your father?

Natalya Chernus: He's responsible for all this why everyone's afraid him and his animals.

Arseny Lysowsky: I'm only here to help.

Natalya Chernus: Help? You're a dog!

Arseny Lysowsky: Natalya...

Jason Gideon: How exactly can you help?

Arseny Lysowsky: In any way they'd like me to. As I said, this is a small community. If one is in pain, we're all in pain… Natalya... [Speaking in Russian]

Natalya Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Arseny Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Derek Morgan: What did he say? Did he threaten you, Natalya? Talk to us, and we can do something about it. What did he say?

Natalya Chernus: He said I made the wrong decision. I hope I didn’t.


Lyov Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Sergei Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]

Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Lyov Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Fyodor: [Speaking in Russian]

Lyov Lysowsky: [Speaking in Russian]

Sergei Chernus: [Speaking in Russian]


Derek Morgan: Natalya… Natalya… You all right?

Natalya Chernus: In 2 hours, if we don't send someone money we don't have my father will be mutilated again, so, no, I'm not really all right.

Derek Morgan: We're working on it.

Natalya Chernus: You're working on it? You're standing right here with me. The rest of you are standing in front of the house. What exactly are you doing?

Derek Morgan: We collect details. There are things that people may not even realize but they help tell us who we're looking for… I look around. I see no family pictures after your brothers died no pictures of you at all after that day… You had to graduate high school here, yeah? There's nothing to commemorate it anywhere… You don't have a family room so this should be the center of your home but look at your furniture. Sure, they may be old antiques, but they look new. They're hardly ever used. Nobody sits here. You have 2 chairs at your dining table but 3 people live here so obviously you don't eat together… Your shoes, they may look like Prada but they're knockoffs. Your bag, it's a fake designer bag… I mean no disrespect, Natalya but you're trying to look like something you aren't. That tells me that you have no money and you just don't want anybody to know.

Natalya Chernus: Why'd you need to know all this?

Derek Morgan: It's what we call victimology and it's very important. We need to know why these people chose your family to victimize.


Jason Gideon: You have any information on Lysowsky at your field office?

Josh Cramer: Got a lot about the organization less about him personally.

Spencer Reid: I'll get Garcia on it.

Jason Gideon: You have other kidnapping mutilation case files?

Josh Cramer: Thin ones.

Jason Gideon: 2 hours, 14 minutes. Before you call Garcia, give Morgan the keys to the suburban. We're going to Agent Cramer's office.

Josh Cramer: I can give you a crash course on everything you need to know about these people.


Elizabeth Prentiss: How are you enjoying your assignment to the B.A.U.?

Emily Prentiss: Well, enjoying is an odd description.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Is it?

Emily Prentiss: Well, we, um, deal with some pretty horrible things.

Elizabeth Prentiss: I thought that was where you wanted to be.

Emily Prentiss: It is, definitely.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Then you do enjoy it.

Emily Prentiss: All I'm saying is "enjoy" feels wrong.

Elizabeth Prentiss: All right. What would you call it?

Emily Prentiss: Why do we have to end up in an interrogation?

PA: Ambassador.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Yes?

PA: Gregor Popovich returning.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Thank you… Gregor. My daughter Em's in the room with me.

Gregor Popovich: Little Emily?

Elizabeth Prentiss: You have some good news for me, I hope.

Gregor Popovich: I'm afraid not. No one in the Russian government is going to officially give you permission to look into the account holder information in this bank.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Do they understand this is an emergency?

Gregor Popovich: They were not impressed.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Uh, thank you for trying, Gregor.

Gregor Popovich: I wish I could have done more. Good-bye, Emily.

Emily Prentiss: Good-bye, sir.

Elizabeth Prentiss: I really thought he could do this.

Emily Prentiss: Um, I should head back to the office and let them know.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Yeah. Please tell Agent Hotchner I'm sorry.

Emily Prentiss: Right.


Spencer Reid: These tattoos are amazingly detailed.

Josh Cramer: It's a form of communication. Each tattoo has meaning, symbols tells the other criminals who the counterfeiters are the murderers, the armed robbers. There's a guide in that folder right there.

Jason Gideon: You said they were very organized.

Josh Cramer: A boss called a Pakhan, or a head thief in law controls 4 criminal cells. Now, Lysowsky is the Pakhan in this area. The Pakhan employs 2 underbosses to watch over the brigadiers. You saw them today with Lysowsky.

Spencer Reid: Uh, what's that circle over there to the right?

Josh Cramer: The Obochek. It's a pooled monetary fund the groups use for bribes and other types of support.

Jason Gideon: And where does that money come from?

Josh Cramer: Nobody really knows. I'd guess it comes from any number of sources, above and below. It really is just an open pool of cash that any Pakhan can use almost without question… Excuse me. Cramer.

Agent: Penelope Garcia from Quantico.

Josh Cramer: Put her through.

Jason Gideon: What do you have, Garcia?

Penelope Garcia: Okay, finding information on this man not as easy as you think. Arseny Lysowsky, born 1940 in Dolgoprudniy. Seems to be a lifelong criminal. I have no employment records of him at all. Married Katya Fulenko in 1960. She died 2 years later. He served 23 years in 4 remote prisons in Perm. That's a remote region of the northern Ural mountains, for those of you playing the home game. He seems to be in America legally and I have searched every nook and cranny of the Chernuses' lives and I have found nothing even remotely untoward. They're law-abiding, taxpaying American citizens.

Jason Gideon: Thank you, Garcia… Vory v zakone.

Spencer Reid: The thieves code. Breaking any of those tenets is punishable by death.

Jason Gideon: "Forsake all relatives, mother, father, brother, sister. Not have a family of his own. No wife. No children."

Spencer Reid: Family makes you vulnerable.

Josh Cramer: Lysowsky owns a restaurant called Little Kiev. Well, you're not gonna find too many civilians eating there.

Jason Gideon: But it doesn't say anything in here about helping a no thief.

Josh Cramer: No, sir.

Jason Gideon: Well, why would he offer to help the Chernuses?

Josh Cramer: Well, the Chernuses are probably fellow criminals.

Jason Gideon: Why--why do you kidnap the father, and then you offer to help get him back? If I understand this man, it ju-- just doesn't make any sense. Where would he be right now?

Josh Cramer: Probably where he always is, in Little Kiev restaurant.


Aaron Hotchner: Anything?

Emily Prentiss: Her contacts fell through.

Aaron Hotchner: Really?

Emily Prentiss: Apparently she's not infallible.

Aaron Hotchner: Was there something else?

Emily Prentiss: No. Uh, I just wish there was something more we could be doing for this family.

Aaron Hotchner: We still have over an hour.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah.


Natalya Chernus: Are you hungry? I can make something.

Derek Morgan: Oh, no. No. Thanks. I'm fine.

Natalya Chernus: I guess I'm like my mother when she's upset, she cooks.

Derek Morgan: Heh. Really? Yeah, mine does, too. I think that's just a, uh, mom thing.

Natalya Chernus: Where is your mother?

Derek Morgan: Chicago. That's where I'm from.

Natalya Chernus: I'm from Dolgoprudniy, just north of Moscow.

Derek Morgan: You expecting someone?

Natalya Chernus: No… It's Uri. Lives down the street.

Derek Morgan: Go ahead.

Uri: A man said to give this to you.

Natalya Chernus: What?

Uri: He said you needed it right away.

Derek Morgan: Get in the house. Get in the house.


Josh Cramer: Welcome to little Kiev.

Spencer Reid: These tattoos are like books on their skin gives their whole life story.

Josh Cramer: Well, these guys are nothing if not dedicated.

Jason Gideon: This all the information you have on additional kidnappings?

Josh Cramer: Like I said, no one cooperates. Most of those pictures, the guys with the missing ring fingers we had to take them from surveillance vehicles even when we confronted them and asked them about the obviously fresh wounds, none of them would talk. Vory v zakone.

Jason Gideon: So they're all criminals?

Josh Cramer: They were kidnapped, and they aren't dead.

Jason Gideon: So they're paying.


Jason Gideon: Gideon.

Derek Morgan: They didn't wait, man.

Jason Gideon: What?

Derek Morgan: They didn't wait until noon.

Jason Gideon: What are you talking about?

Derek Morgan: A kid just came to the door, and he had-- they cut off Mr. Chernus' ear.

Jason Gideon: But the--they got more than an hour left.

Derek Morgan: They had the kid deliver it in a box with a handwritten note and it says, "we now want $500,000,and you have until 1:00."

Jason Gideon: Raised the ransom. Why? Why?

Derek Morgan: Well, it also says, "say hello to the FBI."

Jason Gideon: Okay.

Derek Morgan: What do you want me to do?

Jason Gideon: Let Hotch know what happened. Where's Natalya?

Derek Morgan: In the bathroom, and she's hysterical.

Jason Gideon: Let her know we're gonna bring her father home.

Derek Morgan: Are we?

Jason Gideon: Yes.


Spencer Reid: They didn't wait?

Jason Gideon: They cut off his ear. They increased the ransom to half a million.

Spencer Reid: How much money do they think the Chernuses have?

Jason Gideon: Agent Cramer, I'm gonna have to ask you to wait outside while we talk to Lysowsky.

Josh Cramer: Why?

Jason Gideon: He knows you. He deals with you on a regular basis. You're someone he needs to save face with. I don't want him posturing.


Derek Morgan: Natalya… Listen, I know it feels like it may be too late but Gideon thinks we may be onto something… Natalya. Natalya?


Derek Morgan: Damn!


Alexander: There is nothing for you here.

Arseny Lysowsky: No, it's all--it's all right, Alexander. Allow the gentlemen in… Would you like something to eat? This borscht is exquisite. It's my mother's old country recipe.

Spencer Reid: Didn't you forsake all your relatives when you swore the thieves code?

Arseny Lysowsky: I didn't forsake her recipes. Borscht?

Spencer Reid: No, thanks.

Jason Gideon: I'd love a taste.

Arseny Lysowsky: You know, you should take some home. You will not regret.

Jason Gideon: We need to talk, Arseny.

Arseny Lysowsky: We are on a first-name basis? I still don't even know who you are.

Jason Gideon: I think I understand something about this. You have a problem. Thank you.

Arseny Lysowsky: I do?

Jason Gideon: That's why you came to the Chernuses' house this morning.

Arseny Lysowsky: I went there to offer my help.

Jason Gideon: There's no reason I can see for a man like you to help a family like the Chernuses.

Arseny Lysowsky: Man like me?

Spencer Reid: 4 watchtowers and a convict signifies a stay in prison. Each one of those crosses represents an individual sentence.

Jason Gideon: 23 years in prison in the Ural mountains... Doesn't breed a compassionate friend.

Arseny Lysowsky: You think you know Russian prison life?

Jason Gideon: I know human behaviour. You haven't where you've gotten in this organization by arching out to civilian families in need… No, sir. You have a problem, Arseny. Someone in your organization's out of control.

Arseny Lysowsky: You may know American behaviour... But you don't understand us. Don't forget your borscht on the way out.

Jason Gideon: If anyone in Odessa learns you have a maverick you lose everything.

Arseny Lysowsky: Good-bye.

Jason Gideon: They might even kill you.

Arseny Lysowsky: I am in control… You know tattoos? Then you'll know what this means.

Spencer Reid: You're a thief in law, the boss.

Arseny Lysowsky: In my world, there is no such a thing as a control problem. There is controlled... And there is dead.

Natalya Chernus: Mr. Lysowsky...You said you could help me.

Arseny Lysowsky: Don't you already have help?

Natalya Chernus: I made a mistake. I talked to my father on the phone. He's fine.

Spencer Reid: What?

Natalya Chernus: Thank you for coming, but I don't need your help.


Elizabeth Prentiss: Has something happened?

Emily Prentiss: Yes. The kidnappers didn't wait until noon. They cut off Mr. Chernus' ear and sent it to his daughter.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Oh, God. Is he…

Emily Prentiss: No. We don't think so. But they've given us a new deadline and increased the ransom demand. You still think I enjoy all of this?

Elizabeth Prentiss: Are they still instructed to wire the money to the same bank in Moscow?

Emily Prentiss: Yes. I think so.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Something your computer expert said this morning about if she understood how Russian banks hold their data she could get information about account holders.

Emily Prentiss: Right.

Elizabeth Prentiss: After you left, I called Gregor back. He made some calls, gave me this… He said she would understand it.


Derek Morgan: Natalya! Natalya, wait a minute! Natalya! What are we doing? We're just gonna let her go with him?

Spencer Reid: What choice do we have, man?

Derek Morgan: Oh, so what? What, we get on a plane, we go home and pretend none of this happened?

Spencer Reid: We have a victim who claims the crime never occurred.

Jason Gideon: No. We have a daughter of a victim who claims the crime never occurred.

Spencer Reid: Well, if she says that she talks to him and he's okay, then what proof do we have it even happened?

Josh Cramer: The body parts.

Jason Gideon: Where's the ear?

Derek Morgan: Natalya's got it… J.J.

Jennifer Jareau: Yeah, Morgan.

Derek Morgan: Look in the cooler.


Jennifer Jareau: Mrs. Chernus, I need to look inside the cooler.

Aaron Hotchner: What?

Jennifer Jareau: It's for Morgan.

Translator: [Speaking in Russian]

Jennifer Jareau: Tell her I-I'm not gonna take anything. I just need to look inside.

Translator: [Speaking in Russian]


Derek Morgan: The finger's gone, too.


Derek Morgan: Natalya. Natalya!


Derek Morgan: She's not here, and the garbage was never taken out.

Spencer Reid: What?

Derek Morgan: When Hotch first talked to her, he said she noticed her father's car in the driveway when she took the garbage out.

Spencer Reid: Right.

Derek Morgan: Garbage can in the kitchen is completely full. She never took it out.

Jason Gideon: She lied.

Derek Morgan: She could halfway to Dogo-wherever by now.

Spencer Reid: Dolgoprudniy?

Derek Morgan: Yeah. It's the town she's from in Russia.

Spencer Reid: Isn't that where Lysowsky's from?


Penelope Garcia: It's bread crumbs.

Emily Prentiss: I'm sorry.

Penelope Garcia: It's a set of address strings and passwords a path. See? I'm jumping from site to site, country to country and each time I get a cursor I put in the next address and password. It's the equivalent of bread crumbs to Hansel and Gretel.

Emily Prentiss: What is that?

Penelope Garcia: It's downloading the structure of Nadka bank's server to me.

Emily Prentiss: Are you kidding?

Penelope Garcia: Whoever gave these instructions is really good.

Emily Prentiss: So you can get the account information now.

Penelope Garcia: If I can figure this out.


Spencer Reid: So we have a daughter who lied about how she discovered the crime none of the missing body parts to prove anything actually happened and a generic ransom note that mentions no names.

Josh Cramer: So what are we saying?

Spencer Reid: Natalya was a part of this.

Derek Morgan: How did I not see this coming?

Spencer Reid: How could any of us, man? She sought us out. We were so blinded by the fact that she trusted us that we never considered not trusting her.


Penelope Garcia: I'm in.

Emily Prentiss: You're kidding.

Penelope Garcia: It's a pretty archaic system once the parameters are understood. Account number, please?

Emily Prentiss: Okay. 155293846729.


Derek Morgan: Why? Why would she even bring us into this? Yeah. What? You're sure? Okay. Thanks. Garcia just got into the bank's system. Somebody wired $500,000 into the account 10 minutes ago.

Spencer Reid: Who wired it?

Derek Morgan: She didn't say where it came from, but the name on the account is Lyov Fulenko. She says that's Lysowsky's wife's maiden name, Fulenko.

Jason Gideon: Why did she need to bring us in? 'Cause she needed to put pressure on the other victim.

Josh Cramer: Other victim?


Fyodor: Money. 500,000. It's all here. You see, old man. I told you they'd pay money. We're finished.

Lyov Lysowsky: Yes, Fyodor. We are finished.


Jason Gideon: Mr. Gorban, I'm not gonna ask you anything official. Just have a simple question.

Anton Gorban: I don't have anything to say.

Jason Gideon: You were kidnapped once, Mr. Gorban? When the men kidnapped you, who paid your ransom? Mr. Gorban, your house, the way you're dressed, you don't have any tattoos you're not a criminal.

Anton Gorban: No.

Jason Gideon: Well, how could your family have paid a ransom for you? Was Arseny Lysowsky, wasn't it? Thanks, Mr. Gorban.


Jason Gideon: Paid the ransom already. Paid all the ransoms.

Arseny Lysowsky: Sit.

Derek Morgan: Are they gonna kill Mr. Chernus?

Arseny Lysowsky: No.

Jason Gideon: Why are you paying these ransoms? What's going on here?

Spencer Reid: I think I know. The account is in the name of Lyov Fulenko. Lyov's a man's name, a son's name. Vory v zakone. Never have a family of your own.  No wife. No children.

Arseny Lysowsky: "Lyov." You know what it means?


Lyov Lysowsky: Time's up, old man.

Natalya Chernus: No.

Sergei Chernus: Na-Natalya?

Lyov Lysowsky: When we started this a year ago, we agreed there would be no witnesses.

Natalya Chernus: Where we're going, witnesses won't matter.

Lyov Lysowsky: No, my love. That is sloppy. If he tells my father who did this, everything we've done will fall. He'll hunt us down.

Natalya Chernus: Let me say good-bye to him… I'm sorry, papa. I couldn't do it anymore... Living in that house with my brothers hanging over everything... The--the sadness and the struggle. You brought us here so we could have things and we have nothing. We're nothing. I need more… I'm gonna go away, gonna live my life happy… I'm sorry.


Arseny Lysowsky: I knew when the first man was taken. I knew who had done it. No one else would be so bold and so stupid.

Jason Gideon: Tell me where Mr. Chernus is.

Arseny Lysowsky: At first, it didn't mean much. It was a way of letting him earn his own money. I could afford it. It came from the fund, and... No one questions the use of the fund.

Jason Gideon: Where is he?

Arseny Lysowsky: What else could I do? I couldn't admit that i wasn't blessing the kidnappings. I couldn't even admit that my son existed… Chernus will be home in a few minutes. You should be there. He's going to need medical attention. Go. Go.

Jason Gideon: What are you gonna do?

Arseny Lysowsky: Vory v zakone… We take care of our own troubles.


Natalya Chernus: I'll wait outside.

Alexander: Put the knife down, Lyov… It's time to pay.


Emily Prentiss: "Happy families are all alike. Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Leo Tolstoy.


Emily Prentiss: We got him. Mr. Chernus is safe now.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Oh. Good.

Emily Prentiss: We couldn't've done it without you.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Ah. Well, I'm sure that isn't true.

Emily Prentiss: Agent Hotchner wanted me to say thank you for him.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Well, tell him I'm glad I could help.

Emily Prentiss: Anyway, I thought you would wanna know how it all came out.

Elizabeth Prentiss: It was nice to feel needed again.

Emily Prentiss: What--what did you say?

Elizabeth Prentiss: Well, I don't mean to be overly dramatic, but... I am an Ambassador without an assignment.

Emily Prentiss: You--you've been without assignments before.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Yeah, but never for this long, and one does begin to wonder. What? Did I say something wrong?

Emily Prentiss: I don't think I've ever seen you doubt yourself before.

Elizabeth Prentiss: I doubt myself all the time, Emily. It's just not showing it. That's what being a diplomat's all about.

Emily Prentiss: Would you like to go to dinner?

Elizabeth Prentiss: My treat?

Emily Prentiss: Definitely.

Elizabeth Prentiss: Yeah. Yeah. Think I would.

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