East Hampton. Agent Machado talks to a local cop outside the place where Bridget stowed all her Bridget-stuff in a locker when she decided to assume Siobhan's life. It seems some kids broke into the bus station lockers and the cops caught them. And boy the local cops and FBI sure work well together on this show, because they not only spotted a letter from Siobhan to Bridget, they knew enough to call Machado right away, and in fact called him before they even hauled the kids off in cuffs. Heh. Nits aside, Machado is intrigued to learn that "Siobhan" was lying to him about not having been in touch with Bridget in years.
Meanwhile, we're rounding back to that opening scene in the loft. As Bridget leaves yet another NA meeting (good for you, girl) she sees that there's a message on Siobhan's phone. "It's Gemma. Meet me at the loft in an hour. I think I know who Henry's having an affair with." Bridget does as she's bidden. When she arrives at the loft, Gemma isn't there, but the Crowbar Demon is. He attacks Bridget, who is struggling to get free, and making me so uncomfortable, because I don't care that she's not Buffy. She's still Buffy. Kick his ass Buffy! Oh, look at that. She just kicked his face. Good enough! Game on. She runs from him, but he catches her (boo) and they both crash through some drywall. This seems to knock the Crowbar Demon out for a minute -- long enough for Bridget to spot Officer Jimmy's gun, which she never really got to hide the other day. She reaches for it just as the Crowbar Demon comes to and yells, "I'm not Bridget," before shooting him in the chest. When she takes off his ski mask, she's seems surprised that she doesn't know him. She then reaches in his pocket and takes out a picture of her sister, and it's labeled: "Siobhan Martin." This wasn't one of Macawi's demons after all.