After being interviewed and hired by UDS’ accounting firm J.P. Williamson, Ben’s plan is to “follow the money” to where the 11 passengers have been taken.
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Update on the missing passengers
MICHAELA: Seems like the testing stopped.
BEN: For now. The passengers were moved. There’s satellite footage of the farm being torn down. [PAUSE] But I know how to find them.
SAANVI: How do we do that?
Ben’s plan to find them
//BEGIN TIME JUMP TO LATER THAT DAY//
INTERVIEWER: Mr. Stone, you seem much too qualified to be applying for Junior Revenue Accountant.
BEN: JP Williamson provides support for 35 Fortune 500 companies, correct?
INTERVIEWER: That’s correct. We work closely with the likes of Boeing, AIG, Unified Dynamic Systems
BEN: If I could get in their books, I should be able to follow the money trail from the farm to wherever they’re holding the missing passengers now.
Scene jumps ahead back to interview.
BEN: And what better way to service them by having someone who is overqualified and starving to get back to work on your team?
Back at hospital.
SAANVI: It might work if they hire you.
Returning to Ben’s interview…
BEN: And it will cost you less than hiring a guy who doesn’t have a 5 1/2-year gap on his resume.
INTERVIEWER: Welcome to JP Williamson, Mr. Stone.
They shake hands.
BEN: Thank you, thank you.
//END TIME JUMP//