Look at me.
Look at me.
Please don't make me do this.
We've worked so hard for this moment.
I don't think I can do it.
Yes, you can.
I know you can.
I believe in you...
More than ever.
* Frère Jacque, Frère Jacque *
* Dormez-vous, dormez-vous? *
The man that I was before...
would he have been able to kill them?
The man you were...
sent here by the CIA...
to murder me.
And now look at you.
These methods of mine, I know...
they are complicated.
You are my most promising subject.
An amazing little creature.
They burrow underground just beneath the surface...
for years at a time...
And then they awaken from their long slumber.
Yes--but not before they fulfill their destiny.
You will be a great solider for our cause.
But right now...
you need your rest.
Wait, Dr. Meisner.
There's something I need to ask.
I believed in you.
I thought we had something.
Are you seeing what I'm seeing?
Tell Levine I'll be in the situation room in two minutes.
We've just received an incoming message
from General Chin-Hwa Kwon of the North Korean People's Army.
He's in London with a delegation,
and he's requested to speak to a woman named Tara Coleman.
Now, this request is completely unprecedented given Kwon's position,
so I need to know everything
about this woman, Tara Coleman.
She's a journalist.
Used to be a journalist.
She's currently a London cab driver.
We've got Matt Edwards on the ground, he's in London.
- I'm moving. - 60 seconds out.
What's her background?
Raised in London,
both parents and her sister killed in a car accident when she was 10.
She was also in the vehicle.
She was the lone survivor.
None of which explains why Tara Coleman is the woman of the hour.
This might have something to do with an article
that she was working on a few years ago.
Soviet era nuke currently aimed at Washington, D.C.
She believes that a decommissioned nuke
known as Stiletto Six ended up on the black market.
This was full of holes, she lost all credibility.
Editor pulled the plug on it, fired her,
and she has not published a word since.
Was she right--about a nuke being aimed at D.C.?
No, not as far as the Agency's concerned.
Well, that's not exactly reassuring.
Five seconds out.
Why is potentially the most valuable defector in North Korean history
asking to speak to a discredited journalist turned cab driver?
I don't know.
Ask her yourself.
- Matt Edwards? - Yeah.
Marriott County Hall.
Traffic cam at A301 and Strand...
she's headed south towards Westminster Bridge.
I like Fela Kuti, too.
You're into Nigerian music?
Yeah, I spent some time there.
Oh, my sister got me into it.
Yeah? Is that her?
You two close?
She's my best friend.
Oh, uh, take Belvedere road.
Uh, we'll get stuck in traffic.
Well, I could use the extra time
to talk to you about something.
I'm here right now
because there's a North Korean general in London.
Man, you seemed so normal a minute ago.
The general will only talk to you.
This is a joke, right?
He wants to meet you in an hour.
I figured he might want to ask you about Stiletto Six.
Who are you?
This isn't a joke, Tara.
Answer my question.
I work for the U.S. State Department.
You mean the CIA.
I have her.
They're still heading south.
Get me a photo on that bridge.
Maybe he's got a story.
You're a journalist.
If you knew how to find me
then you know I'm not a journalist anymore.
I know your history.
Help us out with General Kwon,
and I can help you get your reputation back.
I just need ten minutes. Are you in?
Operation's a go, let's move!
It's an amplified mic.
We'll have ears but not eyes on you.
Am I going in alone?
Kwon said he'd walk if he saw anyone else.
I'll be with my team right outside the building.
And one of General Kwon's associates
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