Looks like the FBI is ahead of the game on this one, though. Stan gives a presentation on what they know about Robert's wife: name is Joyce Ramirez, moved to New York from Puerto Rico at age 6, moved to Philly at age 11, by all indications seems legit. Agent John-Boy doesn't truck with "seems," however. He wants them to find yearbook photos, talk to her elementary school teachers. The KGB is obviously getting better at cover identities, is his reasoning, which, okay, fair enough. But after Stan suggests bringing her in, and Chris backs up the idea, Agent John-Boy snaps at only Chris that it's a stupid idea, since they can bring her in any time, and they'll probably get better information by seeing where she leads them. I have decided that Agent John-Boy is racist, so we'll see how that theory pans out.
Elizabeth is back at Gregory's, asking him to help them get a meeting with Joyce. He says it's possible, but super risky, and it's tough to tell whether he's at least partly being obstinate because he's annoyed at her. He passes her his joint, remarking that it usually makes her horny. She takes the joint and stubs it out, which might be the most gangster thing she's done in three episodes. She needs him sober. He says she needs to check herself. None of the domestic life she's set up for herself is real. He says he knows her, clearly implying he knows that she never wanted that. She's like, "Get your shit together" and stomps out.
After the break, Agent John-Boy runs down the case so far to his bosses. It's literally nothing that we don't already know, except maybe that the baby's name is Oscar. They think she might be a fellow KGB agent, though, which is obviously wrong. While he talks, we see Joyce walking around Philly with her baby in her arms, clearly being tailed by the Feds AND Gregory's people. Follow, follow, follow. The show is trying to make some stylistic statement by cutting between Joyce walking and the slides on John-Boy's slideshow, but there's no meaning to it. Finally, in a nifty bit of choreography, one of Gregory's guys hops into a produce truck, drives it about ten yards before causing a traffic jam, with vehicles obstructing the FBI's view just long enough for Gregory to spirit Joyce into a nearby pet store. He assures her he's with the people she was trying to contact. He then rushes her out the back and into a waiting car, and they drive away. The Feds are stymied.
He brings Joyce to a safehouse, where Philip and Elizabeth are waiting. This week's Insane and Yet Also Laughably Ineffectual For Disguise Purposes disguises: stringy amber hair for Elizabeth; glasses and a knit cap for Philip. They might as well be different people! Gregory lurks in the kitchen. She tells them what they probably already know: that she contacted them because that's what Robert told her to do if he was ever gone for longer than two weeks. He said she could trust them. She suspects Robert is dead. Philip confirms. She suspects Robert was a drug dealer. Philip kind of looks at Elizabeth, maybe wondering if letting her believe it's drugs would be better for everyone. She asks if he left money to take care of her and baby Oscar. Elizabeth finally sits down next to her and says, "We're going to take care of you." Philip, all business, says first they need to know what he told her, about his business and about them. She tells them that Robert was a quiet guy, didn't say much. She pulls out a piece of paper and hands it to Philip -- Robert said to give it to them. There's a phone number on it, though she says she never called it.