So I've talked to... Kingsly...
Harmon, and Judge Barnes.
I'm satisfied they have nothing to do with the letter.
I see you've crossed off Dr. Banks.
She's a latecomer.
She's an opportunist.
I think the guy that we're looking for
was involved from the start.
He was pretty tight with David Clarke, wasn't he?
He rolled over on him.
I always thought Roger was weak.
I wouldn't say an anonymous threat
is a sign of towering strength.
Oh, sorry. I didn't know anyone was in here.
I need to freshen up.
Your room is actually in the South wing, Mrs. Davis.
I can take you there if you'd like.
Oh, that's-- that's all right, Frank.
Uh, you've got better things to do.
I just left Victoria.
She's in quite a state.
A state of suspended animation.
So listen, uh, the corporation that owns the deed
to David Clarke's house has exactly two members,
and you're lookin' at one of them.
I see you've crossed off Dr. Banks.你排除了班克斯医生
cross off划掉； 勾销
Please cross off the wrong word in the sentence.
If you don't want to come, cross your name off.
I need to freshen up.我要梳洗一下
freshen up沐浴更衣, 使精神饱满
They returned to their hotel to freshen up.
He's freshen up the house with a new coat of paint.