Gramercy Park. Tool Belt is thrilled to find Siobhan packing for their move to Chicago. She's ready for them to be together and move on with their life. Henry's sister has been sending him real estate listings. There's a great one on the lake, but it's out of his price range. Shiv says she thought they were buying the house together. That warms Henry's heart, but he says there's a lot of stuff to work out before they buy anything. Shiv will give him whatever he needs for the down payment. She's giving the benefit of the doubt. She just wants them all to be together as a family.
FBI Denver Field Office. A young agent approaches Guyliner and tells him an unidentified body was discovered in Hoboken. The face structure suggests it could be Malcolm Ward. Guyliner is shaken. Young Agent then tells Guyliner that Jimmy escaped from prison. In my head, he goes all, "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in."
Park Ave. Andrew and Juliet are laughing over dinner, but Bridget is solemn and quiet. When Andrew asks if she's okay, Bridget says she has to talk to the two of them. Juliet gets a text from Andrea, whose boyfriend just broke up with her -- in a text. Clearly, that's more important. She dashes out of the room. Andrew comments on how rude that was, then jokes that Juliet must be doing better.
Before Bridget can begin her confession, Andrew says he has something he wants to share too, and asks if he can go first. He's been working on his vows. He found a poem, "The Marriage Song." He reads an excerpt about how "her beauty shames the day-star..." blah blah blah love cakes. For the rest of their lives, he promises to find her in every poem, every work of art, in every love song. He gets even more romantic, and then says he can't get over how she stuck by him, through everything. She makes him a better man, and he just wants to be the husband she deserves. When Andrew tells her it's her turn, a teary eyed Bridget says, "After that, it can wait."
Seedy motel. Officer Jimmy is packing up his stacks of cash. When he opens the door, who should be on the other side but Bodaway Macawi? Macawi had Jimmy followed, because he didn't think he could be trusted. He figures the bag full of cash confirms that. Jimmy tries to B.S. his way out of trouble, and then adds he found Bridget. She's living the high life on Park Ave, going by the name Siobhan... His words are cut off when Macawi drives an enormous hunting knife into Jimmy's gut. Jimmy doesn't yell, or scream. He lets out the faintest grunt. I laugh so hard, I have to pause my TiVo. When I resume watching, Macawi finishes Jimmy's sentence. "...Martin." He whispers, "Yeah, yeah," as he gently lowers Jimmy to the floor. Finally removing the knife, Macawi says, "I'm one step ahead of you." He wipes the blade on Jimmy's pant leg, and then puts it back in his (Macawi's) jacket. And that's it for Officer Jimmy. Yes, on a show in which people get shot pointblank in the HEAD, Jimmy dies instantly from a knife wound to the gut. Show, it's stuff like this that makes me look bad for wanting you back. I mean, come on. If Macawi had then cut Jimmy's throat, I could buy this quick death (although I still can't buy how quiet it was). People make more noise when they stub their toes. Commercial.