Nate: End of the line, I guess.
Looks like we're going the rest of the way on foot.
Sullivan: Leave it to you to find a friggin' jungle in the middle of France.
Nate: Well, we're definitely headed in the right direction.
Chateau should be this way.
Not too far. Come on.
Not too far? With you, I never know if that means a quarter mile or 20, like that time you got us lost in Peru.
Nate: You really want to bring up Peru?
Sullivan: You are not still holding that over me?
Nate: I was 15, Sully. I should've known when I met you that I'd be in prison within a year.
Sullivan: You were headed that way all on your own, if you recall.
Nate: Come on, through here.
There it is, just like in Lawrence's notes. You got to have more faith in me, Sully.
Of ourse, I don't remember this ravine being on the map.
Sullivan: Ah, they must've just put that in.
Nate: All right. Come on, we'll find another way around.
Hey, is that a pan flute?
This way. Watch your step.
Sullivan: Ooh, I don't know, kid. You sure we're in the right place? This doesn't seem old enough to be a Crusader castle. Looks more like Renaissance to me.
Nate: You haven't been reading my books again, have you, Sully?
No, Lawrence says the original castle was built in the 11th century. The rest was added on later.
Oh. Ah, this looks sketchy.
Look, Sully, your first car.
Sullivan: Oh, man, that's a 1927 Auburn.
Nate: Yeah. What's this, Mr. Wizard?
Sullivan: Lawn art.
Nate: Pretty tacky.
The knight who owned this castle, Lord Godfrey, returned from the Crusades in the 12th century. According to Lawrence, all that's left of the original castle is the square keep in the gardens. If Godfrey brought any secrets back from Arabia, that's where we're going to find them.
Sullivan: Try this door. Not getting in this way.
What about that window above you?
Nate: I don't want to cut myself.
Sullivan: All right, nice going, kid.
Nate: Be right back.
Sullivan: I'll be waiting.
Nate: Ah crap. Oh, that hurts.
Sullivan: Hey, kid, up here. It's chained shut.
Nate: All right, back up. I'll shoot the lock off.
Sullivan: Make sure that's the only thing you shoot off.
Nate: I said, "lock."
Okay. We got to make our way through the chateau to the gardens. That's where we'll find the old keep.
Oh man, look at this place.
Sullivan: Nope, can't get it open. This damn beam is in the way.
Nate: Yeah, we got to get some leverage.
Sullivan: Think you can get up there?
Nate: I can try.
Wait. This'll work.
Sullivan: There we go.
That ought to do it.
Be careful up there. The whole damn thing's rotten.
Nate: Looks like those chandeliers are on some kind of pulley system.
Sullivan: Yeah. Must be how they lowered them down to clean them.
Nate: I have an idea.
Sullivan: That's cool.
Sullivan: Oh, you're crazy. Watch it, that thing's coming out of the ceiling.
Nate: All right, here we go.
Sullivan: Ahh, right, got it. There, I'm in. [inaudible 00:06:10] is, in what?
Nate: Is that a popcorn machine?
Okay, let's see if we can find a way to that tower.
Sullivan: Hey, Nate! Square tower, looks pretty old.
Nate: Yeah. That matches the one in Lawrence's notebook. That must be it. Nice.
Nate: Looks like we can get through here.
Nate: Yep, come on, I got it.
Sullivan: Watch it!
Nate: Whoa, thanks.
Sullivan: Hey, Nate, isn't this the same symbol that was on the tower?
Nate: Yeah, that's got to mean something, right?
Sullivan: Maybe a secret passage?
Nate: In a fire blaze? Kind of on the nose, don't you think?
Sullivan: Yeah, too simple.
Nate: Hey, check out these suits of armor.
Wait, Lawrence made a note about something like this.
Sullivan: Well, well, a secret passage.
Nate: All right, got to hand it to you, Sully.
Okay, I'll push, you pull. On three, ready?
Sullivan: Wait, one, two, pull? Or one, two, three, pull?
Nate: Just pull.
Sullivan: Got it.
Nate? Hey, you all right?
Nate: Yeah. Yeah, I'll live.
There's no way I'm getting back up there. I'm going to head this way. Just meet me on the other side.
Sullivan: You got it. Be careful down there.
Nate: Right. Hope there is another side.
What the hell is that noise?
I should be able to get through here.