(Red and Keen talk about a painting)
Keen: Why did you buy it?
Red: Oh, she's not mine. She belongs to some hedge fund manager who lives here.
Keen: I thought you lived here.
Red: Well, for now. The owner has been on vacation ever since the SCC started it's investigation. I've never met the man, but his house keeper is an old friend.
(Red outs Keen's secret abilities.)
Cooper: Is there something you want to tell us?
Keen: No Sir.
Ressler: Your father's criminal record didn't show up in your background report. Maybe yours is missing too.
Keen: I don't have a criminal record.
Ressler: Because you never committed a crime, or because you were never caught.
(Red surprises Keen by showing up in a tux.)
Keen: You can't get into that embassy.
Red: Oh, yes I can. Some of my best friends are Syrian.
Keen: You act like this is a joke. There is a digital net over the embassy. Aram can't access the surveillance feeds. I'm going on to foreign soil to steal a priceless artifact, with no back up.
Red: You have me. And I'm not going to let anything happen to you.
(Cooper has Agent Malik talk to him alone about Fowler's disappearance.)
Cooper: You know as well as I that Diane Fowler is never walking into this facility again. As far as I am concerned this is a murder investigation, and Reddington is his chief suspect.
Malik: He was clearly convinced that Fowler was our mole.
Cooper: I don't care what he thinks. Even if Reddington was right and Fowler was dirty, he's not judge, jury, and executioner. He can't just kill her. That's not the way it works.
(Cooper and Reddington have a post case discussion.)
Red: I thought you might have a passing interest in rounding up some Russian mobsters.
Cooper: The coordinates, where are they?
Red: Relax, Harold. I have no use for rusty Russian firecrackers left over from the sixties.