Manhattan is the latest branch of a bank to receive the calling card of the Architect, a master robber who got away with three earlier, similarly bloodless hold-ups. Peter sort of clears himself and gets jailed Neal his ankle device parole back, but on a trial basis for both of them. Neal proves the security insufficient and works out the likely identity of the Architect, squeaky clean but bored and arrogant wall Street mogul Edward Walker. Catching him proves harder, his easily seduced secretary and an inside accomplice the keys. Meanwhile Mozzie helps Burke keep track of Neal's mental recovery and discovers the mysterious music-box's disappearance from evidence.
Did You Know?
plays a fun-loving smart aleck, much like his character in the now classic Animal House
(1978). When Neal and Peter first meet him, he is hitting golf balls practicing his drive. This is a tribute to the scene where he practices his golf drive in Animal House
(1978). See more
When the bank robbers take the bank manager into the vault, the vault door is wide open. When the camera switches back to Neal and Peter outside the vault, the vault door is half closed. See more
[showing Walker the Architect's calling card
You recognize this?
Oh, I'm not an architect.
No, you're just a hedge fund manager with too much time on his hands.
Well, having a hobby is not illegal, is it?
Depends on the hobby.