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Finch goes undercover as an IT worker to get close to their new Number: a VP of technology. However, when she's framed for corporate espionage, Reese and Finch have to take a direct hand to save her life. Meanwhile, Carter demands answers from Cal about his involvement in Szymanski's murder.
The Machine monitors a conversation about the death of an engineer, Justin Lee, at Rylatech. The people involved discuss Monica Jacobs, who is looking into Lee's "accidental" death, and they resolve to stop her...Read the full recap
Reese: I thought I just might find you here.
Samantha Shaw: And you decided to drop in for a visit?
Reese: Stakeouts can get a little tedious.
Samantha Shaw: And what made you think I wanted the company? The time I shot you or the time I ditched you at the cemetery?
Reese: I'm persistent.
Samantha Shaw: Or maybe you just can't take a hint.
Reese: A friend once told me, in our line of work, we walk in the dark. Doesn't mean we have to walk in it alone.
Samantha Shaw: You think I should have a hobby? Now, what would that be? Hanging around a derelict library with you, your poorly-socialized socialized dog, and Bear here?
Finch: Bit of a come down from saving the world, I guess, but we have our moments.
Samantha Shaw: Is this your hobby? Running a halfway home for retired assassins?
Finch: Hate to see talent go to waste.
Samantha Shaw: Awfully trusting of you, now, isn't it?
Finch: I'm quite confident, Miss Shaw, that you are the first person who has ever said that to me.
Monica Jacobs: May I? This was one of my babies. Completely rebuilt the interface, disabled the portmapper.
Finch: Secondary authentication?
Monica Jacobs: Added for access to the FTP and SNMP.
Reese: If you two would rather be alone...?
Finch: Ms. Jacobs, how are you doing?
Monica Jacobs: Oh, not bad, considering the company I devoted the last ten years of my life to is under Federal investigation. And, please, we breached firewalls together. Call me Monica.