Inside the apartment, Carey (formerly Byron) looks at Karen's photo from the hardware-store surveillance tapes and says that it's definitely not Louis. Karen says that they're pretty sure Louis is back in town, and asks Carey if he knows why Louis might return. Carey says it definitely wouldn't be for his wife, because they hadn't had sex for two years before Louis left. Carey explains that Louis was "in the closet until he met [Carey]." Karen asks if Carey knows the guy in the photo, and Carey does not. Carey doesn't think that Louis would trim hedges, ever. Karen thinks that Louis is a complicated guy. Carey says he came home one day and Louis was gone, without a note or a phone call. Carey claims that Louis was taking a lot of drugs, and that Carey urged Louis to turn himself in, get a good lawyer, and try to get a lighter sentence, but that Louis wouldn't listen. Carey says that now Louis has the Marshals after him. Carey pauses and says that Louis was an accountant, and that it was just a job to him, and that he kept talking about reinventing himself, to the point where he discussed plastic surgery. Karen nods.
A guy trims hedges in his yard. A "lady" walks up and hands him a drink, and they kiss. That's no lady! That's totally a dude!
Karen goes to meet with Mr. G. He leads her into his fancy office and sits in a stainless-steel chair, which seems a little less than practical. Karen asks if they can cut through the small talk, and asks when was the last time he saw Louis. Mr. G says he hasn't seen him since Louis killed Mr. G's assistant and stole three hundred thousand dollars from his safe. Mr. G adds that his assistant was "a dear friend," and expresses anger that Karen didn't catch Louis the first time. Karen asks why he had so much money in his safe. Mr. G banters about that for a while, and then says that he thinks Louis might be "somewhere in the south of France." Karen compliments Mr. G's office and asks if "running a high-end extortion racket" is lucrative. Mr. G says he thought they were cutting through the small talk. Karen commands him to call if Louis surfaces, and adds that she's watching him. Mr. G does not look scared.