Later, Michael comes over to Fi's place to find her and Sam already there, looking over a newspaper clipping. He asks what's going on, and Sam disavows any involvement. "She gets an idea in that little Irish skull of hers and that's the end of it." Well, there's plenty of room for it to spread out. Fi says she's going back in, and Michael says ten grand isn't worth it. Fi would normally agree, except for how Sam showed her that newspaper clipping that reports how a scientist named Alan King was kidnapped right after Gabriel arrived in town. "Okay, so maybe I had a little something to do with it," Sam admits. Michael tells Fi to call the cops then, but she isn't about to do that, even though Gabriel didn't say what the job is. "So you're meeting with a paranoid thug with no idea what he's up to," Michael says. "Yeah, that sound's like a great way to get yourself killed." Fi asks if they're talking about Gabriel or Gilroy, which is a good point. She shows Michael a photo of the missing man's wife and daughter and tells him, "The caption says, 'Please give me my daddy back,'" " Fi says, because apparently she thinks everything in the paper is directed at her personally. "I'm not letting her grow up without a father if I can save him by going to a meeting." Right, because that's all she'll be doing. More specifically, she wants to search the room in Gabriel's house with the padlock in the door. "I don't need your permission," she adds. Just his help. Michael warns that Gabriel will test her again, and they might not be able to save her next time. Which, as we'll see, is actually true. She just asks for ten minutes alone in the house. I think everyone needs to have more faith in Fi's natural ability to clear a room.
Episode Report CardM. Giant: A- | 1522 USERS: B-
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