The scene opens with Siobhan calling Henry from Paris, to tell him about Tyler coming back to France. Henry tells Siobhan that Tyler won’t be able to make his flight due to his untimely murder; much to her surprise. We are then treated to a flashback of how great Siobhan's marriage was, with Siobhan telling Andrew she knows about the Ponzi scheme, much to his surprise, and Andrew saying he'll kill her if she talks; as he doesn’t want this coming out in any way. It is clearly essayed, why the problems between the two began in the first place. Siobhan also found out that she was being followed by a hitman before she left; probably hired by Andrew to keep her quite, at any cost. Back in the present, Andrew and Olivia are wringing their hands about the missing flash drive; they are clearly desperate to get their hands on it.
Olivia suggests that Bridget has it and that Andrew needs to do whatever he can to get it back; as getting hold of the flash drive is of the utmost importance. While this is going on, Bridget tries to call Malcolm, but is greeted by his familiar voice mail message; much to her dismay. Bridget looks for her secret phone, only to be confronted by Andrew; taking her by complete surprise. He asks her about the flash drive, but she just tells him she doesn't know what he is talking about and leaves as quickly as she possibly can. She goes back downstairs and tells Solomon that she couldn't find the phone, try as she might. Since Solomon is in this episode, means that we won't be seeing Malcolm. Maybe they're the same person, like Superman and Clark Kent?
Victor takes time out of his day to tell Macawi that he is going down, and then smugly calls the New York FBI office to have Malcolm ready. Victor flies to New York, only to be told that Malcolm never turned himself in; news that doesn’t go down too well with him. Victor was clearly hoping that Malcolm would turn himself in. Victor is forced to learn the old saying, "Don't count your chickens before they hatch." Victor starts a dragnet to uncover where Malcolm is; as he is determined to catch hold of him, as he hasn’t surrendered voluntarily, as hoped. He finds out that Malcolm's last employer was Martin/Charles; thus offering him a lead to work with. He asks Olivia and Andrew questions, but they play dumb; adding to his frustration.
Bridget and Solomon are also looking for Malcolm when Bridget remembers that Malcolm installed the GPS tracker on their phones; and thus they might be able to find him after all and that too without much trouble. They follow the signal to a drug den, and during their search Bridget gets attacked, but very surprisingly acts like it's no big deal. The scene was supposed to probably show that Solomon is good at protecting her, but it just seems really out of place how nonchalant she was about it, where the normal reaction would be for her to get affected to some degree, by the incident. They follow the signal, but instead of finding off-the-wagon Malcolm, they find some other bum who says he found the phone behind a dumpster; much to their disappointment.
Thus they have back to where they started, and without a clue about Malcolm’s whereabouts. Bridget and Solomon start their search from scratch and go to the hotel that Malcolm was staying at, in order to find out all that they possibly can. Bridget distracts the guy at the desk by trying to explain the insane twists that have happened to her since she came to New York while Solomon steals the surveillance tapes; in the hope of finding something pertinent in them, which can lead them to Malcolm. They go back to her apartment and watch the tapes, only to see Andrews in his "menacing" all black outfit appear on screen; much to their surprise. While all this is going on, Juliet is on her way to have lunch with her mom, Catherine.
On the way up to her room, she is approached by one of those good-looking bad boys that always seem to get the girl. He has a stupid looking Eye of Horus tattoo on his arm and bloody knuckles. They exchange numbers as there clearly seems to be chemistry between them, Juliet then goes to eat her meal, with her mother. While watching the surveillance video, Solomon tells Bridget that he knows her true identity; much to her surprise. She asks him how he knows, he explains that her stupid questions on their first meeting, mixed with her disappearing car sickness and fingerprints told him the truth; thus clarifying how he figured it out. Solomon says he doesn't care who she is because he wants his paycheck, and doesn’t care much else for anything other than that. So she needn’t worry about the fact that he knows.
Thus he is as honest, as he can possibly be. Meanwhile, Siobhan makes yet another international flight to surprise Henry at his house. Her unborn babies already have more air travel under their belts than a seasoned flyer. Henry says that he has had enough of her lies and games and threatens to leave; he is apparently clearly frustrated by all that is going on, and thus wants no part of it. Siobhan then explains to him how she switched lives with Bridget, and used her as a sacrifice to get killed by the hitman while she got more dirt on Andrew. Why so spiteful? She still blames her for the death of Sean, even though she really didn't do anything wrong. Henry agrees to stay, even after all the insane things Siobhan just told him. He probably does understand to an extent where she is coming from, and clearly, feels strongly enough for her to want to stay on.
He texts Bridget to set up a meeting that night. While Henry makes Bridget wait on their meeting, Siobhan confronts Andrew and tells him that she hates him, and hopes he gets arrested, a he clearly deserves nothing less for all his wrong doings. While this is happening, Juliet finds out from Tessa that Cash, the street tough, is the one who beat her up. She then finds out that Catherine was the one who hired him, to do the deed; much to her anger. Juliet storms off before yelling the one thing that had never been uttered before. "I wish Siobhan was my mother." This statement is probably a sign of things to come.
Meanwhile, Bridget gets tired of waiting on Henry and gets up to leave with Solomon when she gets a text from Malcolm to meet her at the loft. They both go and Solomon leaves to check the roof. Andrew appears out of the shadows like some sort of high English ninja and tells Bridget that he loves her and won't hurt her. Just then, gun shots go off. Victor, who was in front of the loft, hears them and rushed upstairs to find Henry shot. The episode ends with this surprising development. Share this article with your friends