He's waiting on a busy street corner when a woman walks up and asks him what's up. She tells him the last time she saw "that face" was when he was 18 and thought he got his prom date pregnant. (May I digress a moment to say I don't get how they choose the episode titles? I wonder if it's just random? Or if they try to choose something that has as little to do with anything as possible? Or if they are writing a strange, freestyle poem: Burn it, shred it, I don't care / A pretty girl in a leotard / I lied, too? It's not haiku, but it's something.) Anyway, the woman immediately guesses the look on Tom's face is about Patty, and he tells her the firm's under investigation. She asks by whom, and he says the FBI, but he has no idea what it's about. She says she told him he should cut and run after the Frobisher case. He says he knows her feelings about Patty and her legal ethics. She guesses that he wants her to use her connections to find out what it's about. He says he needs to know what they have on Patty. She says she's the assistant U.S. attorney, so what he's asking is totally inappropriate. He says it's his career. She can't believe he's putting her in this position. He says, "You're my sister. I need your help." So that's who she is; thank you for telling us, Tom. She says fine and walks off.
Finn's brought in to meet with Dave at his club. Dave says there's a new itinerary. Finn wonders if they're going on a trip in the same car. Dave thinks they'll try a new location; he'll be contacted with new codes. Finn wonders if there's anything salty around here, like nuts. Dave thinks they probably have some, but Finn's already moved on, saying that the Chinese mix with the wasabi peas would be even better. Dave says that's fine, but first he'd like to know how Finn's meetings are going. Finn wonders what Dave's talking about, but then realizes and says, "You mean for the..." and touches his nose. He says he's totally kicked the stuff, and that the girl is history, too. Dave says these are smart moves, because in order for Dave to ensure his continued success, he can't do anything like that again. Finn sets his drink down and tells Dave that if he knows another trader who can do what he does to use him, but otherwise to stay out of his face. He tells Dave to forget about the nuts, gets up and leaves. Man, that guy is weird.