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A prominent New York bank falls victim to an expert hacker, so Neal goes on a spending spree in the criminal's name to force him to expose himself.
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Neal: Do you remember when I was staying at Palazzo Sasso, in Ravello, and you had Europol closing in?
Peter: No. You were in Ravello?
Neal: Right after the Corsica heist.
Peter: Oh... I had no idea you were there. I had Europol leak that we were getting close so you'd keep moving.
Neal: You were bluffing.
Neal: So I could have stayed there.
Peter: Yeah, I guess you could have.
Neal: These past few days... They remind me of Palazzo Sasso, they've been perfect.
Sara: You're really hung up on that hotel.
Neal: It wasn't just a hotel. It was a time of my life when I had everything I was looking for. Freedom, excitement, comfort, and the right people to share it with.
Peter: (reading from the report) Two dozen Fioravanti suits and twice that in Valentino dresses... matching red and black Rolls Royce convertibles. This sounds like the world's most expensive date.
Diana: You think Dupont has a partner with expensive tastes?
Peter: I think I have a partner with expensive tastes.
Sarah: You and Mozzie certainly don't care very much for authority.
June: Let's just say it's an acquired distaste.
Neal: Peter, there is an explanation for all of this.
Peter: You thought you'd spend the money to lure Dupont out of hiding?
Neal: I love how we're always on the same page.
Peter: We're not on the same page. We're not in the same book. We're not even in the same library!
International Episode Titles:
Belgium: "Le vautour" (The vulture)
Original International Air Dates:
Latin America: February 29, 2012 on FOX
Czech Republic: September 15, 2012 on Prima LOVE
Canada: November 12, 2012 on Bravo
Belgium: July 23, 2013 on RTL-TVI
Diahann Carroll (June) is credited as special guest star.
DRAUPNIR , the password for the website Neal and Mozzie use to keep watch on the treasure, refers to a gold ring possesed by god Odin, which had the ability to multiply itself: Every ninth night it would produce eight rings, all identical to the original.
Mozzie's suggestion that "Sally" be short for "Salieri" is a reference to the fact that his own name is short for "Mozart." Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart were 18th-century composers, colleagues, and occasionally rivals. Their feud was most famously fictionalized in the 1979 play and 1984 film Amadeus.