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Trust Me (2008)

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Michael follows up on the lead on Carla, by going to the Miami Pakistani Consulate and, while Sam creates a distraction that draws the attention of the head consul and the head of security; Waseem Ali Khan - who is also really a spy, Michael successfully steals several semi-important documents and later threatens Waseem that he will release them to the highest bidder if he doesn't use his connections to look for any trace of Carla's presence in Kurdistan; though Waseem is prepared to take the chance Michael will do so or not. Meanwhile, Michael and Fiona work together to help Andy recover the money he had been lent by a loan shark; Baranski, from a flashy conman named Zeke who Andy fell victim to when Zeke tricked him into investing in a fictitious night club in Cuba. Michael poses as a Texan wealthy playboy whom Zeke decides to make his new mark. While struggling for time from Baranski, Michael, in the end, successfully cons Zeke into giving him the money and so, while Zeke is left at the mercy of his irate "partners", Michael turns over the money to Baranski, who backs off. Michael ultimately succeeds in gaining information from Waseem after framing him for, apparently, taking bribes, which could destroy his career, or at least get him re-assigned . Waseem hands Michael a dossier of Carla's work when she was an operative in Kurdistan in exchange for the fabricated proof. Michael also tells his mother that he and Fiona are no longer together.


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