Honestly John's House: She-Cop and He-Cop arrive at John's door. John immediately lets them know he's retired NYPD and that they have colleagues in common. The cops explain they're there to investigate a tip from Malcolm Ward, who claims John is misrepresenting himself, using the name "Charlie Young" and pretending to live in the fake flat, when he really lives here. John is smooth as he lies that he uses a fake name at NA for the anonymity, and says that since he was putting up Mal at his apartment, he decided to retreat here, to his late mother's house. He reminds the cops that Malcolm is a druggie who has only been clean for about six days. He then says he has nothing to hide and invites them in.
Park Ave: She-Cop and He-Cop tell Bridget and Mal that John's house is clean. They're running prints on Gemma's phone, but they have no reason to believe Malcolm over John, especially since Mal claims he got the phone at the apartment, but one of John's neighbors told the cops she saw a man fitting Mal's description, breaking into John's house, the night before. They ask Malcolm to come down to the station for questioning. When Bridget gets defensive of him, Mal pulls her aside and reminds her that he doesn't have anything to hide. Well, sure, if you discount the fact that you know Bridget has assumed her twin's life, and set up her own foolish self as prime suspect in Gemma's disappearance. No, nothing to hide at all.
Honestly John's House: John's freaking out on the phone at Shiv, telling her Bridget knows way too much, like his real name and where he lives. "And that dick friend stole the frigging cell phone. They know I've got Gemma." Since he realized someone had been in his house, he moved Gemma before the cops got there. He wants to off Gemma. Shiv says, "No way. You're just supposed to keep her quiet. That's the plan." Shiv tries to reason with him and asks what he needs to see things her way. He asks for double what she promised him. When Shiv says it's going to take her time to get the money, he says, "Nope. Sorry Siobhan. Game over. You no longer get a say." Commercial.
Why-Oh-Why, Wyoming: Man. Poor Nestor Carbonell. He is far too magically delicious to be stuck in this craptacular storyline. Anyhow, he's back in Wyoming, at a crime scene, with Officer Jimmy. There's a dead stripper on the floor. They're calling her Mary Curtis, but she's played by Amber Benson, so we know the truth. It's Tara! Dead again. (Pssssst. Agent Guyliner, check out back for Warren. And then flay him. Again.) Office Jimmy says Tara is a Rock Springs local, mother of one, and a dancer at Club Caged. Guyliner flashes back to...