Ringer Revealed... So Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) has been arrested for murder, Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) is enjoying some tonsil tennis with his ex-wife and Bridget has been felled by a sniper's bullet. As far as setting up an episode goes, this is pretty high-stakes stuff.
Two days earlier and Andrew - who's completely recovered from his previously life-threatening bullet wound - is feeling energetic enough to rant at the ineffective Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonell). "How many more people are going to be hurt because of your incompetence?!" he huffs.
Machado's incompetence even appears to be getting to the man himself. Still chasing the lead of the mysterious tarot card he recovered from Andrew's shooter, he completely flips out. Beating the living hell out of a random thug, his face spattered with blood, he yells, "I've been following this case too long, with too little to show for it!"
Machado's nailed the whole 'breaking the rules' part of being a maverick detective, but he's having a little trouble with the 'being too damn effective to take off the streets' bit. He finds himself suspended from the FBI - to be fair, it's taken 19 episodes of him achieving absolutely nothing for us to get to this point.
Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar) reaches out to Machado, offering to testify against Bodaway. Yes, Bridget - who's posing as Siobhan - wants to pose as Bridget, in court. So it's not really perjury, I guess.
But Machado raises her with an even more hair-brained scheme. He wants Bridget - who's posing as Siobhan - to pose as Bridget, in order to fake her death and keep Bodaway off Bridget's tail. My brain hurts.
All this scheming is being observed by the real Siobhan, who - in a rather pointless scene - fantasises about shooting her twin. We definitely wouldn't be so cynical as to suggest that this sequence was included just for use in promotional material, oh no.
Meanwhile, Andrew plans to keep Martin-Charles afloat by selling his family's Palm Springs home to energy tycoon Tobias Schecht. Schecht is played by Christopher Cousins - best known as Breaking Bad's Ted Beneke - who's showing his range by playing a horny businessman.
Catherine (Andrea Roth) plans to swindle Andrew and lays the charm on thick for Schecht, purring "I find wind turbines very sexy!" - No really, she actually says that.
Catherine also makes an attempt to seduce Andrew, who rejects her advances but accepts her offer to buy the land in Palm Springs. But Andrew is no fool - he's been in league with Schecht the whole time!
Turns out that Juliet confessed her part in the whole ridiculous fake rape / lawsuit / pay-out scheme, and he worked with Schect to fleece Catherine of her ill-gotten gains!
Speaking of ill-gotten gains, Henry's still trying to convince his father-in-law Tim Arbogast (Gregory Harrison) to expose Andrew's Ponzi scheme, but Arbogast's reluctant to go to the authorities, since it'll mean losing the money he invested in Martin-Charles.
Henry soon finds himself implicated in Tyler's murder, but is convinced that his links to Arbogast will see him freed. But the interrogating officer reveals, "Your father-in-law's the one who turned you in!"
It's good to know that this sort of information isn't privileged, at all. And how the heck did Arbogast know that Henry killed Tyler anyway?!
There's no time to worry about any of that, of course. As the episode wraps, Bridget and Machado's scheme to fake Bridget's death goes awry when it's revealed that Ecknith - Bodaway's late lieutenant - was not the man who shot at Andrew.
The real gunman sets his sights on Bridget, and though he's taken down by Machado, the would-be assassin gets a call... from Catherine! Andrew's ex-wife has been the one targeting Siobhan this whole time - her soap bitch credentials are now rock solid.
Andrew Highlight of the Week... "Don't be so Welsh!" Juliet tells her 'Daddy' - yes, like the actor who plays him, Andrew is a Welshman with a bizarrely cut-glass English accent. His greatest moment this week was the Schecht reveal and taking Catherine down a peg or two - go Andrew!
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