After the break, sirens sound as Bridget returns to her taxi and tells the cabbie to, "Just drive." We cut to...
Agent Guyliner is sitting in his office, wherever it is, when he gets a call from Malcolm.
We cut back to Bridget -- still in the cab. She makes a call and reaches Malcolm's voicemail. She tells him about finding Tyler dead and says she made an anonymous call to the police.
Back in his office, Guyliner listens to Malcolm, who says he's decided to press kidnapping charges against Macawi. When Guyliner wonder what brought about this change of heart, Malcolm says, "I realized the only reason Bridget went on the run is because of Bodaway. Whatever kind of life she's living now -- wherever she is -- I can't imagine it's what she's planned for herself. If Bridget doesn't feel like she can testify, I will. Once Bodaway's in jail, maybe she'll finally feel like she can return to her old life." Guyliner tells Mal he'll take care of him. He tells him to go straight to the New York FBI field office. He'll be on the next flight out. When the call ends, Guyliner gives us some more great eyes. I can't even... The show hasn't, in my opinion, properly used Nestor Carbonell, but he shines in this episode.
Back in the cab, Bridget is still leaving Malcolm a message. "I think you were right. I think Andrew and Olivia might be capable of murder."
As Malcolm packs up his laptop, he gets an alert that Bridget has left him a voicemail.
We cut to the black car. Olivia sits inside, holding Tyler's flash drive!
Back in Malcolm's room, he's about to play Bridget's message, when there's a knock on the door. He opens it to find Andrew, his face half obscured by shadow. Fade to black. Grr argh.
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