Machado has come to New York to interview Siobhan about Bridget. Bridget plays it pretty cool when she faces him and talks to him about her "sister." They have their talk in the park (Central Park, I'm assuming), and Machado can't help but point out that the sisters not only look alike, they have the same sarcastic attitude. Bridget says she and her "sister" aren't close -- they haven't spoken in years. Machado explains to Bridget that Bridget is a fugitive who assaulted a police officer and stole his gun. And Bridget, who did exactly that, snaps at him. "Bridget wouldn't do that." Maybe she's forgetting who she is? He then tells Bridget that Bridget was the only eyewitness to a murder. She had been arrested for prostitution and possession, and they were dropping the charges against her in return for her testimony against Macawi. He explains that it's a matter of life and death. Macawi won't rest 'til he's killed the one person who could send him to prison. To drive matters home, we cut to the Wyoming campus where Macawi watches Malcolm with a sneer on his face and murder in his eyes.
Warren St. loft, night. Bridget is wrapping up the gun in a newspaper, when she notices a report that a woman's body has washed up on Long Island. She figures that it's Siobhan, because she thinks Siobhan killed herself, but we know better, don't we? She's interrupted by Gemma, who is surprised to see "Siobhan" there. Their talk turns to Henry's affair. Bridget's voice is shaky as she asks if she has any idea who the other woman is. Gemma: "Well, I went through the list of usual suspects, but the trainer's gay. The maid's fat... The wife's...best...friend..." When Bridget doesn't know what to say, Gemma laughs. "I'm joking. Come on. You're so not his type."
Dandridge, day. When Henry lets Bridget in the room she announces she's not there to sleep with him. Henry: "Why? I'm here to sleep with you." Hee! Bridget tells him Gemma suspects he's having an affair and they have to lay low for a while. "If you really love me, you'll stay away."
Park Ave. Andrew has it out with Juliet. It seems she's been kicked out of boarding school. She plays the "my-family-is-broken" card and says she's going to her mother's house, but Andrew says, "You know that's not an option." Hmmm. What's up with that? Juliet: "Just throw it in my face that she doesn't want me either." As Andrew insists that's not what he meant, Juliet storms off and Bridget arrives home. When she asks what's going on, Andrew is dismissive. Bridget has no time to worry about that, though. Siobhan's cell phone is ringing. It's the doctor. Siobhan is pregnant. Andrew overhears Bridget's stunned, "I'm pregnant," and he and Bridget exchange a loaded look. Later, alone in front of the...say it with me now...MIRROR, Bridget looks at herself as she asks, "Oh Siobhan, what did you do?" Raise your hand if you thought about the Faith/Buffy body switch during this scene. If you said, "That would be wrong," drink. If you said it aloud, drink twice so you'll care less about what your family thinks of you when you start spouting Buffy quotes
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