Paris, Morning: Shiv wakes and seems surprised by her lovely surroundings. Tyler wheels in breakfast and they flirt about their night together and doubling up on French lessons. He presents her with a croissant, topped with a birthday candle, since they never had cake the night before. While Tyler was getting it, he ran into the hotel manager. Tyler's firm does a lot of business at the hotel, so he knows the manager quite well, and convinced him that "Cora Farrell" is one of the Martin/Charles subsidiary's valued clients. So yeah, with just one night of shagging, Shiv has wormed her way into being put up in grand style, indefinitely, on Andrew's dime, thanks to her brand spanking new boy toy/Sugar Daddy. When Shiv tells him he has no idea what it means to her, Tyler says it means she can go out with him again tonight.
Now that they've agreed on Shiv's rates for her services, Tyler goes hunting for his tie. This leaves Shiv alone long enough to grab his briefcase, find the "Account Transfers" file she is looking for, hide it under the covers, and stow the briefcase under the bed. He kisses her goodbye and tells her he'll pick her up at 7:00. Once he's gone, Shiv gets right on the phone. As she reviews the list of account transfers, all signed off on by Andrew, she tells whoever she's calling that, "The plan is back on. Tyler Barrett just extended my hotel stay, on the company dime. This is going to be easier than we thought."
Beach House: Bridget enters, looking and calling for Gemma. When she gets no answer, she calls Gemma on her cell and leaves her a voice mail telling her she's worried about her. Distracted, she then lays her cell phone on the edge of a desk in the hall. Agent Guyliner breaks what would be about 100 different FBI protocols by entering without being invited. "You really shouldn't leave your door open." Bridget tells him to get out. He tells her he's giving her the courtesy of one last chance to come clean, since he knows she's lying to him. Before Bridget can fully explain why this needs to stop, Guyliner holds up a -- what -- is that an MP3 player? A phone? He holds up some sort of device, and plays the distress call.
Bridget flashes back to making the call, shits a brick, and thinks quick on her feet. She admits that "Bridget" told her what she was mixed up in. "Shiv" was shocked. They fought. She was afraid "Bridget" might hurt her. That's when Shiv made the distress call. "I told her that was it. I never wanted to see her again. That's the last time I saw her." When she found the key, she thought it might be "Bridget's" so she went to the locker to see if there was anything that would lead her to "Bridget's" location. "I'm just trying to do the same thing you are [...] I'm just trying to keep Bridget safe." When he asks why she withdrew all the money last week, Bridget won't play along. She says she needed it and there's no law against withdrawing her own money. I like how she isn't cowed by him. She tells him he can search the house, the apartments and follow her for the rest of her life, "But I promise you, you won't find Bridget." She swans off in search of Gemma, leaving him with a, "I think you know the way out." Unfortunately, she leaves the cell phone behind. Guyliner goes right to it, checks the outgoing calls, and sees one of Bridget's calls to Malcolm Ward and decides there's no good reason not to talk to himself, aloud. "Bridget's sponsor. You never stop lying, do you?" Nope.