both Benjamin and Frank killed her, right?
It's complicated, I know.
Benjamin knocked her out because he felt like he was rejected,
which is a stressor.
He tied her up and called his brother in law Frank
because he didn't know what to do.
So Frank comes over
and takes advantage of the situation and rapes her.
Benjamin doesn't stop him because he wants to see her humiliated.
Now Frank knows that he's in trouble,
so he starts telling Benjamin what a slut she is.
And that is a big problem for Benjamin.
So they kill her.
Then they call Rose, have her come and help clean up.
And she sees the poor girl in the bathtub
and realizes that she's still alive.
So they stab her again.
And then they move the body to the dump.
That went well. You think?
Sure, I mean... what don't you think he grasped?
Well, I mean, Holden, you know these people. I don't.
霍尔登 你了解这些人 我不了解
I think that he seemed very intent on blaming Benjamin,
and I'm not quite sure I got him over that.
Well, certainly at the end, he seemed very attentive.
I thought you laid it out clearly and concisely for him
that it was all three.
Well, if you're right, then we should be fine.
Yes, we should be.
How's commuting? What do you mean?
Having half of your life in Boston.
Is the back and forth becoming a strain?
I know that it was discombobulating for me, all the travel,
when we were straddling Road School.
Is small talk a way you deal with your anxiety?
Thought you were back tomorrow.
Was. Plans changed.
We talked about that.
Sorry, but I'm so glad you're home early.
You look tired.
I mean, you look great, but also a little tired.
我是说 你看起来很美 但也有点累
Thanks. I, uh... I'm okay.
谢谢 我... 我没事
If you want to go home, freshen up,
I've got some things to finish here.
Oh, yeah. Okay.
You know, I actually wanted to talk something over with you.
It'd be great if we could do that tonight.
What is it?
You know, it's fine. It can wait.
No. No, come on.
I don't think he even tried to understand what I was saying.
He just wanted some buzzwords that he could parrot.
Intellectually, these people have reached their limits.
They will never understand the discourse on any deeper level,
nor will they ever become conversant in your vernacular.
I actually think they're quite intuitive.
I'm not talking about my colleagues.
Are you an FBI agent? Don't be absurd.
But that is what I wanted to discuss.
I'm having a really hard time
juggling my research and everything back here.
I warned you this would happen.
Well, I'm torn. And I'm not really delivering either place.
And I should be spending more time at Quantico.
I think that's a bad idea.
But you know best. Well, I'm not sure I do or...
It's why I wanted to talk it over.
I don't have to remind you. Your review is in three months.
If you aren't tenured, you'll leave the university.
Yeah, you needn't remind me.
It's no secret I find it difficult
watching you waste your time down there.
Waste my time?
Do you think that I'm wasting my time?
Come on, I don't wanna argue about this. Neither do I.
别这样 我不想争论这个 我也不想
Babe, focus on the thing that will make your career.
They've offered me a full time position.
You can't be serious.
Why would you say that?
I'm sure it's flattering, but honestly, you said it yourself,
这样很好 但说真的 你自己也说了
these people have reached their intellectual limits.
No, I didn't say that.
Do they know you're lesbian?
Of course not. Exactly. You can't be yourself.
当然不知道 正是 你没办法做自己
Are you really going to hide half of your life?
I do that here. What do you mean by that?
I can't tell any of your friends I work with the FBI
because it could reflect badly on you. Let's not.
I told Will and Gore I'd meet them for a glass of wine.
Come with me.
In society, everyone behaves in certain ways
in order to avoid embarrassment, either for ourselves or others.
The very idea of embarrassing oneself, or others,
by being oneself speaks to a deeper treachery.
Goffman saw a connection between the kinds of acts or masks that
people put on in their daily lives and in theatrical performances.
In a social interaction, as in a theatrical performance,
there's an onstage area where individuals,
or actors as the case may be, appear before the audience.
But there must be a backstage,
a hidden, private area,
where individuals can truly be themselves.
Of course, Annaliese, that's lovely,
当然 安娜丽丝 这种想法很好
but you're missing the point.
Excuse me. There's no risk of embarrassment
for anyone in their hidden and private places.
It's not backstage where the damage is done.
Must we indulge in your melodrama?
What the fuck happened, Mark?
I think you guys might be too late. Is he in there?
Yeah. Let's go talk to him.
Look, I know you came a long way...
Who doesn't like a four hour drive in winter?
If it's done, it's done.
It ain't over till the fat lady sings.
You offered him a plea bargain?
He just pled guilty to third degree murder.
And he is now facing five to 20 years
in a state psychiatric hospital.
You've misunderstood. Look. You did a great job.
And you almost got it right.
But it was never Frank, it was all Benjamin.
You know that's not true.
You had an expert in psychopathy and sexual homicide
from Boston University make a recommendation
that Frank motivated Benjamin to commit murder and...
She said he pushed his buttons.
And Benjamin came back and disfigured the body.
Well, guess what?
Frank confirmed all that.
But Dr. Carr got one thing wrong.
Frank didn't rape her. Benjamin did.
The victim was already dead when Frank got there.
Hold on. She said Benjamin was jealous,
sexually frustrated, humiliated.
That's a motive.
You got it all wrong. I have the report right here.
I've read the report. It points in the opposite direction.
Benjamin was impotent because of the stressors.
He was frustrated and humiliated.
It was impossible for him to rape the victim.
I understand the righteousness of your cause,
but this is an exceptionally difficult and disturbing case.
There's very little forensic evidence.
Almost all the evidence is circumstantial.
You classify our evidence as circumstantial?
Frank told us where to find the victim's breasts.
Benjamin had kept them. So?
So, I got a guy who's jealous, sexually frustrated,
and we find the victim's breasts buried in his backyard.
Then I got a guy who's willing to tell us what happened.
There's a huge difference between killing a woman
and mutilating her body after she is dead.
A plea bargain is the only antidote against a failed prosecution.
You're letting Frank off.
He shouldn't just go to a mental institution for five years.
He should be put away for life. Five to 20 years.
And the defense is arguing the state had a duty of care
the first time Frank was in the hospital.
Theoretically the onus is on the state to make him better.
He's never going to get better.
I have to make a phone call.
He's letting the wrong guy off with a lighter sentence.
When Wendy explained it to him, he seemed to understand.
I think he just wasn't sure he could convince a jury.
This way it's airtight. He didn't try.
No hard feelings, okay?
I know the outcome wasn't what you wanted.
All three behind bars, and Benjamin'll fry for what he did.
三人全部入狱 本杰明被处电刑 罪有应得
Not all bad. You know what we're up against.
We have to consider the attention span of a prospective jury pool.
Need to keep them in mind.
You know this is bullshit.
Our objective is
the lowest cost for the highest quality of justice.
Let me at least get you a steak sandwich.
Outside of KC, it's the best I've come across.
No, thanks. I've lost my appetite.
不用了 谢谢 我没食欲
We need to hit the road.
Okay. Thank you for everything.
What difference does any of this make
if we can't communicate it to the people who matter?
I don't know.
It's all about process now.
Refining our methodology,
making sure we're airtight and idiot proof.
So we need more subjects.
Ones just like Kemper, please. Those were the days.
You know, you're going to see people present with similar pathologies,
but the way a person kills
is as individual and distinct as the way they have sex.
And just as complicated.
Jerome Brudos. King of souvenirs.
Brudos? The shoe guy? Who's he?
布鲁多斯 那个爱收集鞋子的人 他是谁
Six, seven years ago. Sometimes he wore women's dresses.
6 7年前的杀手 他有时会穿女人的裙子
He amputated the breasts of his first and third victims.
Just like Benjamin.
It's themed. Wendy loves a pattern.
It's all about finding patterns.
Except he went a little further than Benjamin.
He plaster cast the breasts
and made them into bronze paperweights.
His second victim,
he amputated a foot which he stored in his freezer.
He had a collection of hundreds of women's shoes
which he used for masturbation.
I think we can learn a lot from this guy. I'm in.
This time we use the questionnaire.
Did we settle on that?
We have to be able to distinguish the fractal similarities and differences
so that we can codify it clearly.
Otherwise, we're just wasting our time.
Sure, but sometimes you got to go with your gut.
And when you first walk in, you can trust your instinct.
But once you get your subject talking,
we need the protocols so we can build a consistent data set.
Makes sense. What else do we know about Brudos?
有道理 对于布鲁多斯 我们还知道什么
As a teenager, he started grabbing lingerie from clotheslines.
Soon he was breaking into homes,
stealing women's underwear, shoes, and dresses.
And then eventually, he escalated to kidnapping and murder.
But he was married with two children by then.
This file is as thick as an encyclopedia.
You really think we're gonna get something
from this guy that isn't already in here?
In all that paperwork, there's not a single word that illuminates
what he was thinking or feeling before or during or after the crimes.
There's nothing on his operation principles, his logic.
Logic? His internal logic, yes.
逻辑 没错 他的内在逻辑
Which, hopefully, one day we'll be able to decipher.
So, we all agreed. Brudos is next.
Do you mind if I take that room?
For what? For my office.
Oh, sure, fine. Go ahead.
Do you need help? No.
I actually enjoy this part, organizing my space.
Carver was right.
You really are Sherlock Holmes.
It's one generous bedroom and a newly refurbished kitchenette.
The building's very quiet.
Mostly professionals and mostly travelers.
Flight attendants, a few pilots. We get the odd lecturer.
空乘 几个飞行员 偶尔有讲师
Are you married?
Were you thinking month to month?
To begin with.
Are they all furnished? Yes.
And that's definitely part of the complex's allure.
Just pick up your keys and off you go.
We do have some singles activities,
if you're up for that sort of thing.
And there's access to quite a good tennis pro.
I'm going to be working long hours.
What made you choose this part of Virginia,
if you don't mind my asking?
Are you with the Bureau?
I guess... uh, mainly research.