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.
He points out that Andrew may not have been the one to order the hit since he saved Bridget or could've changed his mind; it is still difficult to say from how things look at the moment. He wants to leave it in Tim's hands and just build a life with Siobhan. Bridget doesn't like that Juliet's going to see Catherine, but Juliet's doing it for Andrew. Once alone, Bridget tries to reach Jimmy but soon discovers that he confessed to the murders; much to her surprise. She explains to Solomon that Jimmy was the one who told her it wasn't safe to testify, and he tells her he looked into Machado, and he's a good cop, and thus will do the right thing. She plans to testify like she should've originally; and hence rectify her earlier mistake. A flashback shows when Machado first convinced Bridget to testify, promising to keep her safe and suggesting she do it for Shaylene.
Bridget calls Machado, but he ignores her call to instead watch as a man enters the dry cleaners and shows a tarot card; hence he is at the moment too preoccupied to receive her call. Once he leaves, Machado confronts him, rips open his suit, and finds cash in the lining; he had clearly suspected something was amiss and now his doubt are confirmed. The guy refuses to talk, drawing his gun; Machado is immediately on the alert, and he takes it a little too far subduing him and asking for answers. Eyewitnesses record it on their phones; as Machado does his thing. Meanwhile, Juliet tells Catherine Andrew's been having money problems; that is why he did what he did. She's upset someone's looking to buy their place in Palm Springs; as she doesn’t want to part with the place. Catherine recognizes the potential buyer's name, and Juliet asks her to buy the house so it stays in the family, and isn’t possessed by an outsider.
Henry does track Tim down and explains that he thought Tim could do something with the data, which he did find shady. However, Tim points out that when the company's exposed, investors will lose money, and he hates to lose. Meanwhile, Machado has to answer to his boss for his excessive behavior, which his boss feels was totally uncalled for, and his boss reveals that Macawi had cut Daniel loose after he let Malcolm escape before asking for his badge and gun. It's over, much to Machado’s shock and frustration. Meanwhile, Catherine joins the buyer, Tobias, at the bar and tries to charm him over, pointing out she knows who he is—a big-time green energy investor—and why he really wants the land. That doesn't change anything.
Bridget meets with Machado and finds out he was suspended and the protective detail was pulled; much to her shock and dismay. She suggests that she testify "as [her] sister," but he points out that's illegal; and he wouldn’t support her in this. She tries to push it, saying that she's willing to testify even though her sister wasn't, but he can't risk it, as if they are found out the consequences would be dire. When she asks about why he's so driven, he brings up Shaylene, and flashbacks show her warning Bridget about Macawi and mentioning a man. Bridget realizes he loved Shaylene; and that whole episode has left an indelible scar in him. Meanwhile, Catherine tells Andrew she wants to buy the Palm Springs property using money from her aunt's estate, as she wants the house to remain in the family, but she gives too low an offer.
She admits to low-balling him and explains that Juliet loves the place, beginning to reminisce. After a story about a spider, she kisses him to remind him of how she repaid him then. He says no to the kiss, but yes to the offer—if it's fair. Meanwhile, Machado comes up with another way to keep her family safe, and it all relies on Bridget trusting him. She does; as she knows the kind of trustworthy person Machado is. Since Macawi's not going to stop until he knows Bridget is dead, he suggests, "Let's kill Bridget." He wants to make her look like Bridget, stage a crime scene and leak photos; so that Macawi is convinced of her death. No one will care if a body doesn't surface. Siobhan watches from outside.
Siobhan comes up behind Bridget in the middle of the night, obviously surprising her, and tells her she doesn't understand how she went from destroying everything to making it work as her. While Henry's right and she has to move on and forgive her, Siobhan can't and fires the gun. If only that was real and not in Siobhan's head, but it's too soon for that. Meanwhile, Catherine checks that the money was wired to Andrew before going to meet with Tobias only to find Andrew already there. He beat her at her own game. A week ago, Juliet told him everything, and they grew closer because of how sick they are of her. He's ready to have her parental rights taken away if she goes near Juliet. Meanwhile, Machado has found the perfect place in the Bronx where to carry out his deed, and Bridget's dressed as herself again for the task.
He hands her a blood bag as he begins setting up. However, a sniper sets up across the way as she tells Solomon over the phone that she has a new plan to keep her safe. In the meanwhile, the police have questions for Henry about Tyler's murder after getting a tip and finding surveillance footage of him at the scene. His lawyer, a friend of Tim's, won't help because Tim turned him in. When the sniper loses his shot, he takes out a gun. Machado gets a call that Daniel died a few days before Andrew was shot. Someone else wants her dead. The masked man shows up and takes a few shots. Bridget falls onto the mattress, and though the man sees blood on her shirt, she blinks. Machado shoots him from behind. The blood bag came in handy, from the look of things. The man is the one who ran after her for the phone, and Bridget tells Machado he tried to kill her before. The man's phone rings, and it's revealed that Catherine's on the other end. The episode ends at this point. Share this article with your friends