At the loft courtyard, Michael meets up with Fi and Sam, the latter of whom reports that according to his police scanner, none of the cops saw Michael, even though they have Tim's car. Which makes me wonder how Michael got his own car out of there, as it was parked not far behind Tim's. Michael opens the trunk of the Charger, and Tim sits up from inside, saying they have to call the cops and tell them the truth, since Michael knows he's innocent. "How do I know you're innocent?" Michael asks Socratically. He says just because Tim didn't shoot Isabella himself doesn't mean he wasn't involved. Sam says she knew Tim was stealing from her, but Tim explains that it was actually Damon who was doing the stealing, and Tim had been trying to convince Isabella. Hence the fighting, I guess. Fi wonders if Damon did it, but since Damon was at the party the whole time, that's a pretty airtight alibi. And Tim recalls Damon sending him over there. Sam points out that the cops can do ballistics even without Tim's gun. "He's got you pretty good." Tim agrees, thinking he's screwed, but Michael's already thinking about the problem. Obviously someone besides Damon did the shooting. "We turn up the heat..." "Maybe find some evidence," Fi adds. "We punch holes in their stories." Michael sends Fi to drop Tim off at a motel until they come and get him. And that's how Tim gets to leave the scene without having to submit to a subtitle reading: "Tim -- The Client." "We got snowed, Mike," Sam says. "We let Isabella down." "She never saw it coming," Michael agrees. Well, in that sense at least, Sam was right -- she wasn't disappointed. "Whoever killed Isabella sure did their homework," Sam says. Can we end this scene before any more clichés are thrown around?
Episode Report CardM. Giant: A- | 1338 USERS: C+
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