Expatriate, The


...during the class action suit

against the mother company of Serenity,

the ship that sank off the Belgium coast.

The families seeking damages for

the loss of loved ones met a roadblock.

One of those families,

The Pieters, were not...

Why are you going through my stuff?

When I was a kid, and that was a 100

years ago and you'll never be my age,

but, we actually...

got the report card and took it home

to our parents so they could see it.

Mom never went through my stuff.

Well, I mean, I'm not mom.

- Yeah, no shit!


I can't find my filters.

Well, if you were a filter,

where would you be?

I don't even know what that means.

If I were a filter...

I would be in the cabinet,

on the second shelf.

I'm not having you flunk

this semester, young lady!

Is that milk in it?

Dad, milk enzymes cause food allergies.

Mom always used soy.

You'd rather drink a genetically modified bean?


Did you get these kind of grades in the States?

- No.

Amy, if we're gonna make this work,

we both have to try.

That's Sadie, I gotta go.

It's my awards time already tonight.

Can't forget.


Don't be late, okay?

Alright, and then we'll gonna

talk about this report card.


You're not gonna kiss me goodbye?

Sure, of course I was,

I was going to.

Bonjour, Walter.

I got you two sugars this time.

- Ah, thanks, Mr. Logan!

I thought Halgate owned the

security devices we're testing.

I need you to look at this.

You read the number?

Now, look.

I checked the patent for the iris scanner to see

if the original schematic reveal any weaknesses.

You know what I found?

Somebody made a mistake, we don't own the patent.

- No, how can that be?

We must own these devices.

Check the other patents, okay?

Let's go.

You asked us to review our

security devices for flaws, so...

if you don't have the pass code

and wanna smash your way in...

our smart locks burn into

a hard polymer sealant here,

that permanently secures the lock.


We couldn't hack the pass codes, these algorithms

were some of the most secure we've encountered.

But, we found

that if you first inject...

it's just a mix of

ordinary household bleach

and sulfur compound

in the mechanism...

Oh, see, I'm sorry, Derek.

Please, go ahead.

The lock becomes useless,

so we have to find

a solution that isn't

compromised by ordinary household bleach.


Mr. Kohler?

If you please...

The last system.

Halgate biometric scanner, model H1P,

providing level 3 security to U.S.

military facilities in mainland Europe.

Now, we tried a variety of

attacks to break in, and...

this one was tough, but one proved successful.

We have a montage...

of 50 specific irises

in a specific group pattern.

And you're in!

Just brute force.

Excellent, Ben.

As always.

Let's fix these flaws quickly, and...

please send me the video

along with your report.

I'll make sure our people get on this also.

Thank you.

Derek, you got a second?

Yeah, sure, Ben.

I think there's something you should know.

Somebody forgot to file patents on these products.


How do you know?

Well, we pulled the original schematics to

see if we could spot any weaknesses, and...

Personnel all over the world rely on the fact

that our equipment is secure,

and that security is compromised with somebody...

- I know what it means, Ben.

How bad is it?

- Well, we got people looking into it.

Okay, well...

Keep on it, keep me informed.

Keep it between us.

I look forward to your full

presentation report tonight.


Derek, my daughter...

Please, Ben, please.

What time the next batch get in here?

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