In the car, Zoe makes a phone call to tell someone she's on her way to the naval yard. She knows Bench is monitoring, so he will get there, too. Lawson takes her phone away. JC calls Bench, who fills him in on Keller, but JC already knows. He says Keller blindsided them, and so did Zoe, who's about to hand over the copy of that trial data to Lawson. Bench tells JC to be more trusting, since Zoe just sent her location. JC's on his way. And Bench is on his way... to lunch with Keller.
At the naval yard, Zoe points out Slip and tells Lawson he can go get it, or she can. But Lawson suddenly doesn't believe she's emailed that report to anyone at all. He thinks it's just on her phone. He looks through her email, and sees she sent it to and undisclosed recipient. He says that now she'll take it to the grave. JC busts in then, and knocks Lawson out. Then he snarks, "Migraine, huh? I hear they've got a pill for that now." I'm so glad he has a sense of humor. Zoe tells him he took his time, and he asks when she knew she would do the right thing. She says it was right before she slipped him the paperclip.
At their fancy lunch, Keller's blathering on about how great it is to have "Mr. Partridge" with so many shares, blah blah blah. But Bench gets a text from JC that says they got the FDA report, so Bench comes clean. He says he's actually sold all his shares, after getting a tip that the shares were about to take a nosedive. Keller's indignant, but Bench goes on: He, in fact, shorted the company to the tune of a half-billion shares. (If you, like me, have no idea what this means, this explanation might help -- although even that is complicated. But thanks to forum poster tgrfan23 for the link.) Keller's pissed that Bench would bet against him, saying he clearly doesn't know who he's dealing with. Bench says he knows exactly what kind of man he's dealing with, and he pulls out a picture of Dana Miller. He says he knows the only thing he cares about is money, so that's what he's going to take from him: all of it. He tells Keller he was right about one thing, though: Bench will never have to invest in another company again. Well, if anyone was wondering how Bench can keep them both in fancy suits forever, this is a nice supplement to his Daddy Warbucks fortunes.