At the Whorehouse, David and Megan find the Madam and question her about Tracy. The Madam didn't realize she was dead, and is shocked. David asks about Andrea Barton. "What about her?" Andrea herself asks, sauntering sassily out. "Got away from you once already. Thought I should make it easier for you this time." "That's cute," David sourly observes, and demands to know why she ran. Andrea explains that she didn't know who they were, and since a lot of guys have twisted twin fantasies, it's not too farfetched to presume that they also might have fantasies about killing them. "So you knew Tracy was dead?" Megan asks. Andrea knew something was wrong because Tracy never went anywhere without telling her, so when she disappeared, Andrea knew something was wrong. Andrea also cops to her and Tracy being regulars at Brett's house, and how Tracy started going even when they weren't invited. "I think she was starstruck," Andrea tells the Madam coyly. Megan says that Brett and Entourage didn't admit to knowing the twins. "Then Brett and his friends lied," Andrea says steadily. Imagine that.
FBI. Colby leads Brett and his entire entourage, plus a new face we haven't met before, into the FBI. They're all bouncy and loud and happy to be on a field trip. They even brought a camera. "This is exactly what I was talking about, man!" Josh creels. "The whole place looks real! It smells real!" Do you think this is what Cheryl Heuton and Nick Fibonacci think of their actors? Logan hands out promo hats to cubicle dwellers. "Oh, it looks like the circus is here," Megan notes dryly. Colby introduces Brett and his entourage to Don. Mark Green, the new face, is Brett's manager. Don puts out a reluctant hand, and Brett shakes it, saying he appreciates them showing him around the office. It's going to be a huge help for his next role. "It's our pleasure," Don says blandly, "we're all big fans around here. What do you think, Colby -- where should we start all of this?" Colby was kicking around the idea of showing them the interrogation room. HA! Brett and Entourage gasp with delight and follow Don into an interrogation room.
Brett sits down and looks around admiringly: "This is where you sweat out the confessions, huh?" "Yeah, somethin' like that," Don shrugs. "So, listen here, we know you guys lied to us." Mark the Manager tries to intercede, but Logan asks what Don is talking about. Don says they all knew who Tracy was. Everyone is silent. Brett finally forces out a laugh: "Okay! Busted! What, like we're going to admit to the FBI we had a bunch of hookers up at the place?" The Entourage laughs with relief. "We got a little bit freaked out -- we're sorry," Brett says, throwing up his hands to acknowledge defeat. "So that's it, huh?" Don says as Charlie saunters casually in. Brett insultingly says, "Oh, yeah, the math detective -- how're the calculations going, Professor, you find the killer yet?" Charlie flips open his notebook and says his calculations determined that the killer is "well above average in size." Everyone looks at Logan. Not because he's fat, but because he's tall. Don tells Colby to take everyone else out; he and Logan are going to have a chin-wag. Mark the Manager tries to say they aren't going anywhere. "Yeah, you are. Let's go, guys -- the three of you," Colby says, waving them out. They leave. Logan looks at Mark through the interrogation room's window. Mark's already on the phone. Logan admits he was in the tub with Tracy, but he didn't have anything to do with her death. "What -- did she turn you down? She was hot for Brett, you got angry?" Don leads. Logan insists that Tracy was into him, not Brett. They had a thing. And it was serious. For reals. Logan insists she was alive when he got out of the tub. "Then who killed her?" Don asks. Logan looks out the window again, leans down with a cautious look on his face, and lowers his voice slightly, "Look, I don't know -- not for sure." "Not for sure," Don repeats. Mark the Manager blusters in and tells Logan not to say another word because he just talked to their attorney and the interview is over. They have an attorney for all of them? Don follows them out with slight protests. Mark the Manager says, "So this is how the FBI works these days? You dupe these guys into coming down here and then you ambush them?" Hey, if they were dumb enough to believe they were just getting a tour after a body was found in their tub, that's not Don's fault. Mark the Manager says that nothing Logan said is admissible. Don doesn't think that's up to Mark. Mark goes on that if the FBI screws up Brett's new movie release by dragging him into a murder investigation, it's going to cost a lot of people a lot of money. SO the wrong way to argue with underpaid government employees! Predictably, Don says he really doesn't give a crap; he's going to continue the investigation, and if Brett and/or Entourage are involved, he's coming after them. Mark tells him to stay away until he has an actual arrest warrant. Just pop him in the face, Don!