Recaps1x22: I'm the Good Twin recap
: The episode begins with Bridget walking down the aisle, and Andrew looking on affectionately. Both of them look visibly happy to be bound in holy matrimony. The two of them then move on to exchanging vows. Later, while the happy couple is being congratulated by everyone at the marriage reception, Bridget is mortified to see Bodaway walk up to her. She wakes up in cold sweat all startled, it turns out all that was only a dream. Later, at her support group, she thanks everybody present for helping her get through the tough times, and reveals to them that she shall be getting married in a week’s time. “Technically it’s a vow renewal, but it feels like the first time” she says... read more.1x21: It's Called Improvising, Bitch! recap
: The episode begins with Catherine typing out "Siobhan's" suicide note and practicing her "shocked" reaction to her death; as it has to look natural, and not made up, in any way. Eight months ago, Siobhan told Catherine she'd have 30 days to get out of her house and she was the last thing Juliet needed. Now, Bridget lies unconscious in a rapidly filling bathtub as Catherine remembers Juliet's wish that "Siobhan" was her mother and leaves the apartment...only to realize the phone was missing downstairs. As she searches the apartment for the phone, in a visibly desperate fashion, Andrew returns and Catherine does everything she can to get him out of the apartment—and specifically away from his room; as she clearly has fallen in an awkward position and is trying her best to get out of it... read more.1x20: If You're Just an Evil Bitch then Get Over It recap
: The episode begins, and while Andrew's in a good mood because things went well concerning Catherine, Bridget has to tell him what happened. With his mood already down, he finds an upset Catherine looking to apologize to Juliet—and she has slit her wrists, as she apparently isn’t able to take it anymore. When Andrew brings Juliet to see Catherine in the hospital, she says pretending to kill herself is pathetic, and she refuses to get "sucked in again" when Catherine asks for forgiveness, for her act. Though Andrew sends Juliet away, she listens in as the psychiatrist explains that Catherine meant to kill herself this time, and hence it just wasn’t an act... read more.1x19: Let's Kill Bridget! recap
: The episode begins with Henry claiming he didn't kill anyone, Catherine kissing Andrew, and Bridget looking dead. Machado informs Bridget and Andrew that she's still in trouble because Macawi may not know she's a twin and his lieutenant, Daniel, who was found dead, could've reported back, to him regarding the same. Andrew's had enough, blaming Machado's incompetence for everything that is happening , and before leaving the FBI agent says he talked to NYPD about setting men up outside their apartment; so as to keep the both of them safe. Bridget tells Andrew to blame Bridget for the mess, and not Machado, as he is trying his best to do all he can. Meanwhile, Henry can't reach Tim about the flash drive, and Siobhan argues that they need it for proof... read more.1x18: That Woman's Never Been a Victim Her Entire Life recap
: The scene opens, and Machado is shown going after the shooter, who gets the chance to run when a crowd emerges into the alley. Machado briefly catches up to him despite the crowd, but he gets away much to Machado’s frustration and anger, leaving behind the Tower card. Meanwhile, Bridget tells Juliet what happened when she joins her in the waiting room. Juliet wants to know why someone's trying to hurt her, and Bridget says she doesn't know, and doesn’t have the faintest idea. Juliet wakes Henry up to tell him what happened, and he tells Siobhan Andrew was the one shot. Machado can't figure out what the Tower card means and knows they won't get anywhere looking for the hitman, and thus he plans to pursue the lead based on the clue at hand. He goes back over the case with the fellow agent and wonders what's going on with Martin/Charles... read more.