After the jump, an admittedly imagined conversation in which Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli unveils his cellphone tracking sonar spy machine. Also, a look inside Pioli's office (special thanks to Christopher Nolan and Batman!).
Pioli: Beautiful, isn't it?
Unidentified Chiefs employee (played by Morgan Freeman): Beautiful... unethical... dangerous. You've turned every cellphone in
GothamKansas City into a microphone.
Pioli: And a high-frequency generator-receiver.
Unidentified Chiefs employee: You took my sonar concept and applied it to every phone in the city. With half the city feeding you sonar, you can image all of
GothamKansas City. This is wrong.
Pioli: I've gotta find Todd Haley.
Unidentified Chiefs employee: At what cost?
Pioli: The database is null-key encrypted. It can only be accessed by one person.
Unidentified Chiefs employee: This is too much power for one person.
Pioli: That's why I gave it to you. Only you can use it.
Unidentified Chiefs employee: Spying on 30 million people isn't part of my job description.
But as 610's Wright also highlighted this week, Pioli claims to have a million jobs — including chewing Chiefs employees' asses for not picking up candy wrappers. Damn, they need better janitors at 1 Arrowhead.
We at The Pitch like to imagine this is what Pioli's office looks like, according to the Star's story.
Gotta make sure the drones are working.
Uh, oh! He's got a hit!