CBI discovers that an executive's murder is tied to the theft of a valuable painting, and the investigation leads to confrontation between Patrick and a Russian mobster who wanted the painting.

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A.P. Caid
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Junior VP Harry Lashley, is found murdered in the office of his CEO and father in law, tycoon A.P. Caid. The $50,000,000 painting 'the Moro' there is stolen. First suspect is outbid Russian mob billionaire and art collector Shirali Arlov. Henry has a criminal past, so Patrick looks into his mysterious $20,000 payment to Rob Wallace's small town gallery, pretending to be Grace Van Pelt's fiancé, and finds out that's a brilliant forger who copied the Moro. Patrick works around Arlov's diplomatic immunity and unearths further crimes. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Patrick Jane comes to Shirali Arlov's house to talk about the painting, he is instructed by the guard to use the intercom to state his presence. In an up-close shot of the intercom, numbers "31416" are seen on the display, as some form of a status code. Given numbers are a clear reference to the mathematical constant PI, rounded up to 4 decimals (PI = 3.1415926535...). See more »

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Teresa Lisbon: Just follow procedure. Have fun!
Patrick Jane: Where is the fun in that?
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