Hanna (Pacino) and Neil (De Niro) meet in a coffee shop. The discover how similar they are. By the end they are friends, but they both will never change, so they are forced to go back to being enemies.
This is a transcription of all 6 phone calls and the rooftop confrontation between Frank Horrigan, an aging Secret Service agent, and Mitch Leary, a former CIA operative who is plotting to assassinate the president.
Jerry and Rod discuss Rod's football career, and Rod confronts Jerry about why he got married.
Jerry tries every way he can think of to get Tidwell to listen (Help me Help you). Tidwell doesn't get it and insults Jerry's marriage, Jerry loses it and tells Tidwell why he doesn't have the contract he wants.
King Lear is wandering around lost and shattered from what has happened. Gloucester comes upon him and tries to help.
George talks to his son Sam about his drug usage and complexes. Then George tells Sam how much he hated/loved his father.
John Creasy negotiates for the life of Pita Ramos, the young girl he was hired to protect, by threatening the family of Daniel Sanchez, her kidnapper.
Parrish is sitting in his study, when suddenly a voice comes along and sets him straight. Then a young man walks out of no where claiming he is Death, and that Parrish will die, but that Death wants a chance to experience human life. An interesting scene.
Rizzo takes Joe to his loft. They wake up the next morning and Rizzo and Joe talk about management.
Ethan meets Kittridge in a cafe after Ethan's entire team has been killed. Kittridge implies that Ethan is the mole, so Ethan runs.
Morton, a railroad baron, chastises Frank, his hired gun, for overdoing his job and putting them at risk. Frank expresses a desire to move up in the world, and assures Morton that he'll take care of the problem.
Conrad comes to Berger in a panic. Conrad's friend and girl he liked killed herself, and old demons continue to haunt him. Berger works him through it all.
Andrew is dying of AIDS and he is obsessed with his trial. Miguel (his lover) is trying to give him his meds, but his vein is closed and they need to go to the hospital. They get into an argument about how much time he has left, and Miguel is scared of be ...
Joe is at his Doctor's, and is questioning about AIDS. Joe goes through a rollercoaster of emotion and feeling about the disease, and even though he knows the modes of infection, it makes him no less secure. The Doctor begins to test him for AIDS, but Joe ...
Andrew goes to Joe to get representation against the legal firm he used to work at, but was fired. He believes it was wrongful termination because he is a homosexual and has AIDS. Andrew tells Joe the story, and Joe refuses to represent him.
Max Cohen, a number theorist, approaches his old mathematics mentor, Sol Robeson, about a very controversial theory he's exploring, and they engage in a very heated argument.
Utah pesters Pappas until he tells him his theory on who the bank robbers are, "They are Surfers!" Could use a third office person if you want.
Aaron's alter-ego Roy surfaces during a meeting with Martin.
Vincent and Jules debate the significance of Vincent taking care of Ms. Wallace, and him giving women foot massages.
Jake is slipping into paranoia. He keeps asking Joey if he's done anything with his wife. Joey's story keeps changing so Jake keeps pursuing and slipping further and further in.
Von Bulow meets Prof. Dershowitz and tries to convince him to take his appeal.
Rudy is ready to quit. Fortune convinces him not to.
Daniel (A neo nazi) meets with a reporter Guy. Guy traps him with questions about his past (Daniel's also Jewish). Daniel Ends with threatening Guy's life.
Paul Harrison pleads with the Judge to let him die because he is completely paralyzed.
Years after serving in the war, Mike return to Vietnam to recover his friend Nick, who went MIA and has basically lost his mind. Mike enters a game of Russian roulette with Nick in an attempt to reach him and bring him back.
Kevin meets Milton for the first time. Milton asks about Kevin's history and family. Then Milton offers him a job.
Caravaggio questions the patient as to his motives for his betrayal. The patient claims, with renewed vigor, the British betrayed him.
Frank harps on Jack until Jack tells Frank what he really thinks. Jack says he's tired of what they do, and it has no dignity. They get into a fight, and Jack almost breaks Frank's hand.
Christopher Boyce and Daulton Lee are selling classified government information to the Soviet Union. Boyce wants to get out of the game, and he tries to convince Lee to do the same, but Lee wants to continue and threatens to expose Boyce if he leaves.
Christopher Boyce and Daulton Lee are selling classified government information to the Soviet Union. Boyce wants to get out of the game, so he meets with Lee's KGB handler, Alex, to explain the situation and find an out.