Bridget and Guyliner meet for coffee. The cops haven't told her anything, except that they've identified the shooter. Guyliner confides that his name is Rex Barton. He's a "family" man from Jersey, and I don't think that means he coaches his kid's Little League team. The bullets from his gun are a match for the bullet removed from Andrew. I thought that bullet fragmented. Wasn't part of it near Andrew's spine? I know nothing about guns and ballistics. I shouldn't be wasting your time or mine. Sorry. The cops say Barton is a professional hit man, so the question is who hired him to kill Bridget-as-Shiv. Bridget asks about the call that came into the hit man's phone right after he shot at Bridget-as-Shiv. You know the one I mean -- the call CATHERINE made. Guyliner says it's a dead end. The call was made on a disposable cell phone bought with cash.
Guyliner then asks "Mrs. Martin" who might want her dead. Bridget asks about the Olivia Charles investigation. He reminds her that's just a missing person case. Bridget suggests Olivia might be behind the attempts on her life. Guyliner asks why she thinks that -- if this is about Martin/Charles, and if Bridget-as-Shiv knows what Olivia is trying to hide. Bridget says she wishes she did. Guyliner tells her that if she thinks Olivia is involved, Bridget-as-Shiv should go to the police. Bridget is all, "I'm talking to you." He reminds her he's a suspended federal agent, and was he not suspended, he'd be working the Macawi case. Bridget tells Guyliner he's the one she trusts. "No one has done more to protect Bridget than you. Now, on top of it, you've saved my life. If anyone can help me, it's you." Guyliner flutters his gorgeous freak-of-nature lashes and gets all aw shucks, ma'am looking. He finally says he has a buddy at the bureau who can probably give him an update on her case, but he can't make any promises after that.
Henry arrives home and calls out to the invisi-twins. Their names are Dash and Becks -- so like what? Is that a shout-out to Dashiell Hammett and... David Beckham?
Dashiell Hammett: The problem with putting two and two together is that sometimes you get four, and sometimes you get twenty-two.