Patty sits in Ellen's office and tells her that she's been thinking about it and has decided that Ellen can't be the one to bribe the judge. Ellen is too young and bright with a brilliant career ahead of her that shouldn't be tarnished by criminal acts. Patty would just feel better about it. Ellen claims that she knew what she was in for when she came back to work for Patty. She's okay with it. Patty smiles and appreciates it, but she's made up her mind. Patty thinks it is best if Ellen doesn't know who will be doing the dastardly deed. Cut to Ellen getting in the car with her favorite g-man, Agent Glenn. She explains that Patty cut her out of bribing the judge, supposedly for her own protection. Ellen scoffs that Patty actually seems to care about her. How dare she! Since they won't know when the judge is going to be bribed, they have to come up with a different plan. Ellen is sure Patty is going to turn to Tom, so they have to get to him somehow. Agent Glenn is blank, he has no idea what to do. So Ellen, who is apparently running this investigation now, suggests they arrest Tom for paying the client in the infant mortality case. Agent Glenn reminds her that Tom didn't actually make the payoff, but Ellen thinks that the tape of him making the arrangement and the photos of Tom with the client at the drop off will be damning enough to make a case. But, Ellen! They can't prove it happened, because it didn't happen! What sort of law do you practice? Agent Glenn points out that it is disgusting corruption, but Ellen doesn't think they have a choice any more. Well, Ellen, you're the boss. Apparently.
Daniel Purcell is still hard at work on cracking the code. He pulls out a map of the United States with a bunch of red flags stuck on it. He flings it down and whispers, "Bitch." Which is not very patriotic, if you ask me. Next thing we know, Purcell is in Patty's office breaking down the code faster than Tom Hanks. Each coordinate has three numbers. The first number is the plant location, the second number is the time of day, and the third number is the day of the week. He pulls out another piece of paper showing that the number 1 = A, which is for Arkansas. And the time is in military time? Hold up, 1=A, etc. and the time is in military time? That is the code? What the hell is wrong with that chuckleheaded Princeton numbers guy? Bah! They should have just hired Encyclopedia Brown to crack this ridiculously easy code. His services only cost a quarter and don't foster Ivy League name-calling. Daniel then pulls out another piece of paper showing that each of the codes corresponds to a trade by one Mr. Finn Garrity. Patty smirks the smirk of the dirty but righteous. Daniel doesn't echo it, though, and Patty asks him why he is not more excited about the outcome of his hard work? Patty then remembers that Daniel's wife was murdered over this sophomoric code and grimaces. She offers Daniel her apologies, and he holds it together long enough to escape her office.