Mr. Cheeseburger is going for a meeting with a man in a suit who is played by that guy who is almost always cast as a loveable angry dad who is overwhelmed by his kids. I would try to look him up even though I have no idea where to start (angry dad films? not-quite Disney films? straight-to-DVD family movies?) but I can't because freaking Verizon internet service seriously sucks, like, I live in New York City in a neighborhood that is majority work-at-home freelancers, you may not want to screw up this market this badly, idiots, and two, I have no idea what his name is. Ooh that is going to bother me. Mr. Cheeseburger takes him into an alley and tells him the problem with Ellen. In short, he can't live with her (because she may be able to tie him to Frobisher and her fiance's death) and he can't kill her (because that could be even messier). The man in the suit could not care less about this little problem because it does not exist. In fact, according to Calder Security, Mr. Cheeseburger does not exist. He tells Cheeseburger to clean up his own mess, pats him on the chest and walks off. It's like the corporate equivalent of sticking his head in the sand. Well, sand that doesn't exist. It's sort of nice to see the bully Cheeseburger put in his place for once. I almost expected him to threaten the Calder rep, but when your boss tells you you don't exist, what can you say about that? Looks like Cheeseburger is on the low self esteem express!
Ellen's private investigator hands her a report on Calder Security. Know whose face is on the stationary? The Hey-It's-That-Guy! overwrought dad. According to Mr. Wilcox, Calder Security has extensive connections to military, black ops, Jack Bauer, Wolverine, and the Bristows. Also, the cops and someone higher up in the force. Ellen wants to take them all down, but Mr. Wilcox knows these guys are professionals and doesn't think they will be able to find any connection to Frobisher. Ellen wants him to try anyway. All her money is at his disposal. Okay, we know Ellen got some huge bonus at the end of the Frobisher trial, but her hotel suite is what? $300 night? If you figure she has some weekly rate? And her personal hairstylist is what? $100 a day? Student loans are probably $1,000 a month. NYC lawyers tend to make in the $175, 000 range in their second year. Well, she doesn't eat, so that probably helps. Before he goes, Mr. Wilcox hands Ellen an envelope and the words, "You were right." Ellen takes out the pictures and gawks at them. I bet it's that picture of the guy who put his kitten in a bong. Those pictures are freaky.