Morning. Machado arrives to find Jimmy's chair tipped over and the motel door wide open. Yep, all 5'2", 90 lbs.-soaking-wet Bridget managed to overwhelm this strapping officer, disarm him, drag him into the motel shower, handcuff him to the safety bar, and duct tape his mouth shut. And they keep telling me she's not Buffy. Pshaw.
And now, it's time to meet Siobhan Martin, Bridget's estranged twin that's played, coincidentally enough, by Sarah Michelle Gellar. The elegant Siobhan is all dressed in white and looking out of place at the counter of a bus station coffee shop. She's uneasy and I think the show is trying to make us think this is Bridget on the run, but it's clearly not. Siobhan opens up her compact and looks in the mirror -- an ongoing theme in this episode because they're twins. You dig? When the bus arrives, Siobhan rises to leave and runs into a police officer, who is just entering. She nervously puts on her sunglasses after giving him a good long look at her face. As she walks out the door he calls her back. The jig is up! No it's not. She just forgot her wallet, sillies.
Outside, Siobhan finds Bridget, who gives us a very Buffy boo-boo face, as the sisters embrace. They retreat to Siobhan's weekend place in the Hamptons, where Siobhan explains that her husband is in London on business, and is visiting his teenaged daughter, Juliet (another Lost coincidence), at boarding school. She also admits that Andrew doesn't even know Bridget exists. The sisters then begin an awkward heart to heart. They're surrounded by mirrors, so we don't just have two Buffies -- we have infinite Buffies. Yay! Bridget is really sorry about someone named Sean, who she thinks about every single day. Siobhan, who clearly doesn't want to talk about Sean, knows that making amends is an important step in recovery, but tells Bridget that she's already forgiven. She just needs to forgive herself. There's something icy about her tone, though. Don't believe the sister-bot, Buffy!