Paula's Apartment: Paula and Tommy are making out, as they enter the door, because they think they're Veronica and Logan. They're not, but they're way closer to it than Claire and Trevor are ever going to be. They do the spinny kiss thing and they tear each other's clothes off in the hallway, so I guess my 10-year-old won't be watching this one with me. Thank goodness. I don't think I can go through this again. And we cut to...
The Streets Of New York; Nighttime: Claire and Trevor walk past an open-air produce market. She wants to know if Cupid's ever been struck by his own arrow. He tells her about Brizo. "Goddess of sailors. She cursed like one, too." What they really had was a hot weekend, not true love. Trevor says love's all about passion, "It's not about filling each other in on what happened at work that day." Claire thinks he's been in love. "It had a profound effect on you and it's too painful for you to talk about." Trevor thinks she's a self-styled expert on "love" who's never been in love. She says she's been in love, but her love life is none of his business. Trevor says everyone's love life is his business. They stop in Tommy's shop and he reports everything is wonderful. Trevor needs to get Felix's iPod back, so Tommy offers to call her so that Trevor can pick it up. Claire realizes Tommy's the locksmith from the other night, and asks Trevor what's going on. What does she think is going on?
Paula's: Charlie comes down the hallway delivering a package to one of Paula's neighbors. Paula opens her door and calls Trevor the "man of the hour," which feels stilted, don't you think? Trevor tells her to give props to Charlie, too. Charlie tells her he's a sucker for romance, and that Tommy is a good one. "When he had to run out the other night, he brought me back a coffee. How nice is that?" Paula's smile disappears as she listens to Charlie and realizes that the alibi she provided Tommy was a false one. And of course Tommy ran out at 3:00 AM. Trevor asks her what's wrong. "3:00 AM, that was the time of the heist. I was his alibi." Actually, it was 3:30, but I get your point, Paula. Commercial.
Paula's devastated and cleans her gun as she pours out her heart to Claire and Trevor. The gun makes Claire nervous, even though it's not loaded. Paula can't believe she was so stupid. Claire tells her it wasn't her fault, it was Trevor's. Because he owes this woman what, exactly? Tommy shows up, clueless, until Paula fills him in. He says he can explain. The night Paula told him she could never trust him, he ran into his ex-wife, Sonya, who wanted his help on the heist. With no reason to keep being good, he decided to turn bad. But then he and Paula had their night together and he realized he wanted to be a man who would deserve her. He only ran out to tell Sonya the deal was off, because they don't make telephones. He thought Sonya wouldn't do the job without him. Paula's not buying or even if she is, it doesn't matter. Tommy wants to do whatever he can to make things right. Paula says nothing can do that, except turning back the clocks to yesterday, when the diamonds were still where they belongs and she was still employed. "And when my heart wasn't broken."