After the flashback, Siobhan calls Henry. "New strategy." Henry's all, "So, I tell you that Andrew and your sister are getting married and the plan suddenly changes?" Shiv insists it has nothing to do with her feelings. It's just about the larger plan. She tells Tool Belt to bring Bridget the box containing their Martin/Charles research. He later does, and apologizes for being a jerk.
Malcolm calls Bridget to report that Olivia is at Wesson Accounting Partners. Bridget is just going through the Martin/Charles files she got from Henry. Wesson Accounting Partners used to work out of 227 Pratt Street. When Olivia exits Wesson, Malcolm cuts the call short to check out the place. It's a dingy little one man operation, not the sort of firm a successful operation like Martin/Charles would ever use -- at least not if they're on the up and up. He later reports back to Bridget. Martin/Charles must be using Wesson to cook the books. They're running a Ponzi scheme.
Juliet is convinced Mr. "Logan Echolls, not Adam" Carpenter is behind Tessa's beating and the NYPD is not far behind. Over the phone, Logan makes some vague "you'll be sorry" threats to Juliet. When Juliet later tells her mother about the threats and her suspicions, Catherine tries to talk her down, but Juliet is starting to wonder if the whole caper was worth it. Catty suggests they take off together, but Juliet says it's not a good time to leave, what with the vow renewals and all. Catty says she'll get Carpenter to back off. When she goes to see him, she acts all tough, but within moments they're making out, which is no surprise because last week's previews spoiled it. Later, when they're in bed together, Catherine complains that Juliet always chooses Andrew and the Ice Princess over her, but she still insists that Carpenter back off where Juliet is concerned.
Later, Juliet texts Catty and tells her that she's going to tell Andrew (presumably about the whole false assault accusation scheme). In a panic, Catty returns to Logan's place. He tells her to pack up while he takes all his money out of the bank. The writers are too fast and loose with how they treat cash in this show. I can't let myself get into it, but there's no way Logan could get all of his money that quickly, particularly without arousing suspicion. In our show thread, bmills gets into some of the issues. Anyhow, they pack up and head out of town, but stop at a motel after a few hours. Logan foolishly decides to take a quick shower, which leaves Catty alone with his suitcase full of cash. As soon as she hears the water, she's out the door with his share of the settlement. To keep Logan company, she left behind a video tape of him celebrating the scam with Tessa and Juliet. In the suitcase where his money once lived, Catty left a note: "If you EVER come anywhere NEAR my daughter, this video goes wide. And yes, I've made copies. P.S. You're an idiot." Don't be too glum, Logan. After watching this episode, I'm feeling pretty stupid, too. P.S. You Still Look Good In a Towel.