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Should've been doing this for the last twenty years.
What? Eating been doing pain au chocolata for breakfast?
No. Living in paris with you.
Aww, we were kids. We weren't ready.
Yeah, well, I'm ready now.
What do you say we get the hell out of here
and work off some of these pastries?
I have to rehearse.
How much rehearsal could you possibly need?
You could teach cello to Yo-yo Ma.
Maybe you can take some of that energy
and channel it into your writing.
You'd be a lot easier to find if you carried a cellphone.
If I carried a cellphone, the government could track me.
Who are you?
Special Agent Drexler.
I'm the FBI legate at the U.S. Embassy.
Your government needs your help.
Help with what?
We should talk someplace more private.
I understand you're lecturing tomorrow at the Sorbonne.
Is the FBI keeping tabs on me?
Actually, we arranged the lecture.
What do you mean, you arranged it?
A delegation of Chinese scientists
is visiting the Sorbonne.
They're under very tight security.
Chinese government minders follow them everywhere.
A member of the delegation -- a certain Dr. Soong --
has been granted permission to attend your lecture.
Afterwards, Dr. Soong will approach you,
give you a pen, and ask you to sign a book.
We need you to keep the pen and deliver it to us.
Why? What's so special about this pen?
That is on a strict need-to-know basis.
Yeah, well, here's what you need to know.
I'm not some government lackey who blindly follows orders.
I'm sorry, Dr. Pierce.
All I can say is that the contents of that pen
are vital to national security.
I should just cancel the damn lecture.
Daniel, it's the Sorbonne.
It's one of the oldest, most prestigious
universities in Europe.
You've wanted to lecture there for years.
- Why would you cancel? - Because I don't want to help the FBI
with some half-assed espionage scheme.
You'd like nothing better
than to be an international spy.
You're just mad because they won't tell you
what's so important about the pen.
It might have a poison tip, you know?
Or -- or -- or microfiche hidden inside.
I think there could be something else going on entirely.
Did Miranda see this Agent Drexler?
Oh, y-you think I hallucinated him?
-不會 我能分清 -丹尼爾
- No. No way. I'd know. I-I -- - Come on, Daniel.
This kind of spy plot is classic paranoid fantasy.
You don't have Max around
to tell you who's real and who's not.
You have to consider the possibility
that you've deluded yourself
into thinking that you're fine when you're not.
- Who are you calling? - Kate. Kate.
She'll -- she'll confirm that Drexler is real.
- It's 6 a.m. in Chicago. - She's an early riser.
Is that yours or mine?
Who cares? Whoever it is, they'll call back.
Mr. Lewicki, how are things?
挺好 哈利院長 謝謝
I'm good, Dean Haley. Thank you.
Well, I imagine you must be living the high life these days,
-那麼大房♥子自己住 -很好 先生
- that big house all to yourself. - It's pretty great, sir.
You know, I've got a lot more time for my studies,
and the best part is not having to
wake up at 5:00 a.m. to slice grapefruit.
Things couldn't be better.
-你很想他 對吧 -有那麼明顯嗎
- You miss him, don't you? - Is it that obvious?
We've got to get him back.
Look, Doc made it pretty clear when he quit
that he's not interested in a research position.
So unless the Chancellor's gonna let him teach again,
I don't think that's happening.
"of the Americans with Disabilities Act
"are more common than is widely known.
My own case is a perfect example."
What the hell is this, Paul?
It's an op-ed piece that Daniel Pierce
is planning to publish in the Star-Herald.
He's claiming that CLMU discriminated against him
and that you forced him out because of his mental illness.
I offered him a research-only position,
and he told me, and I quote, to "Shove it up my ass."
I asked Daniel to hold off, but he said
he wanted this published before he files the lawsuit.
Lawsuit? What lawsuit?
I asked him the same question. He wouldn't elaborate.
All right, he can have his job back,
but I have one condition.
Doc is never going to apologize.
我盡力了 樂維基先生 該你了
I did my job, Mr. Lewicki. Now you do yours.
You can be very persuasive when you want to be.
I'm in Paris.
So, of course, I'm being mocked by a mime.
What a cliché? Could you, um, get lost?
Go, go. G -- uh...
Disper -- dispersez!
What do you want?
I've convinced my superiors
to let me tell you more about the operation.
The Chinese scientist that I told you about -- Dr. Soong,
is a neuropharmacologist.
He's developed a nootropic drug
that enhances learning and memory.
A smart pill?
No. No, there -- there -- there's never been
a nootropic compound that could withstand the rigors
-雙盲測試 - 顯然這藥通過了
- of Double-Blind testing. - Apparently this one has.
If that's true, it could help
a lot of people with neurological impairments.
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