When Bridget returns to Park Ave. she hears music blaring and the sounds of boots a-knocking if you know what I mean. She calls out for Andrew as she follows the sound, but it's not Andrew. He wouldn't be having that much fun. It's his daughter, Juliet, who is still reasonably clothed, but her male companion is so not, save for the bed sheet draped over his lower body and the scarf serving as his blindfold. Oh my. My 12-year-old is watching this with me. Can we not? Juliet isn't embarrassed or contrite. She's full-on bitchy as she orders "Siobhan" out of her room. And then Bridget unintentionally cracks me up when she asks, not what Juliet thinks she's doing, or what her father would have done if he'd found her there, but, "Is that my scarf?" Hee.
As Bridget runs off towards Siobhan's dressing room, I remember that she hid Officer Jimmy's gun in the scarf drawer, but I still can't stop laughing. I think SMG used the exact same tone of voice when she asked her college roomie from Hell (literally) Demon Kathy, if she was wearing her sweater. I do have cable and yet, I still make my own fun. Anyhow, Bridget grabs the gun and puts it in her purse. When Juliet's boy toy leaves, Bridget is all nice and agreeable, while Juliet continues to be a total bitch. She answers the phone and announces some guy is coming up to see "Siobhan," and stomps back off to her room, without even saying who. But we know who it is -- Agent Machado.
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.