Patty opens her apartment door and glares at Daniel Purcell as he steps off the elevator. Patty wants to know what Daniel is doing there and he claims he just wants to help. She lets him in and he sits on the couch and tells her that Kendrick came to his house. She nods, understanding that he needs protection. Purcell admits that he agreed to lie on the stand if Kendrick cleaned up the Aricite spill. Patty absolves him because they killed his wife, and he was scared. Purcell further admits that he took money from them. Patty nods at the information, but since Purcell lied on the stand and swore that Aricite wasn't toxic, he is useless as a witness. Purcell leans in and adds that it is a lot more than Aricite -- Kendrick is causing blackouts to drive up demand for energy. Patty is eager to hear more about the blackouts, and tells him that she knows all about his energy trader, Finn Garrity, but she can't connect Kendrick directly to Garrity. Purcell asks if there is anything he can do and Patty wonders how he is with codes.
Ellen is walking in the woods with Wes, but she is wearing a jacket so small that when she puts her hands in her pockets it looks she just went to second base with herself. She also has this weird look on her face like she is really aware of being on camera walking in the woods. Oh, whatever. It seems she finally took Wes up on his offer to go to his friend's country house. They are whiling away the hours between breakfast, lunch and whatever one does in the country with a walk outside. But they're both dressed like city dwellers, so it's just strange. Ellen is convinced they're lost and claims to recognize a patch of trees (amid the forest of trees). Wes admits that they might be just a little lost, and Ellen kisses him in gratitude for his honestly. She wanders ahead and stares in the distance, giving Wes the opportunity to pull the gun out of his pants (that sounds dirty, but I really mean a gun) and aims it at Ellen's unsuspecting head. He aims, makes a very Seth Bullock face, but doesn't pull the trigger. Ellen finally turns around and catches him with the gun. She looks shocked, but Wes plays it off very naturally claiming he just wanted to see how she did away from the firing range. Ellen expertly knocks off a tree.