Bill blows up at a fake, Alan complains about how things are going and Dinah and Grady fight over strategy.
Dinah looks in the back of the van to check on Lizzie. She begins berating Grady for the entire mess they're in. They take shots at each other and neither feels any trust. A text message comes in for Dinah. "This is not good," she grimaces. They walk into the woods. She promises to put the Feds off their tracks. They bicker more. He threatens to reveal her role in this to the FBI. She reminds him that they are in this together. She will make sure that he gets his money and Lizzie goes home safe.
Following a tip, Bill shows up at someone's door with his money. After the door opens, Bill throws the man against a wall. He points a gun in his face, demanding to know where Lizzie is. The man cries until Mallet rushes over and pulls Bill off of him. He explains that this guy, Joel, does not have Lizzie. He's a fraud and he confesses to every crime in town. Joel complains about Bill trespassing. Bill is exasperated. He punches Joel in the face. Joel threatens to press charges. Bill slumps away with Mallet.
Dinah sneaks around the mansion before trying to break into the office safe. She's not having any luck. Mallet shows up. She pretends to read a cigar magazine and then tries to run off. He thanks her for tipping him off about Bill and tells her that he could have done some serious damage. "I don't think he should be left alone," he suggests. She feels like she is screwing up. He tells her to stop discounting herself and wishes she could see that she is better than that. He wishes that he could see what he sees when he looks at her; then she would see her passion and her strength. She thinks that she looks like she's obsessed with her brother. Mallet repeats that she's amazing and tells her that Mel will be representing Bill. "Stop looking for yourself in everyone else's mirrors," he advises before walking off.
In the van, Lizzie struggles with a screwdriver without luck. Grady returns and takes her to a garage and ties her up. She asks him why he came back for her when he didn't have to. She points out that he'll never get the money. He claims the money is the only reason he came back. She begs him for a turkey wrap with light balsamic vinaigrette dressing and avocado. He tells her to dream on. Soon, he limps back with the food while she badgers him. He unties her hands so she can eat. After pulling on his mask, he tells her that she can take her blindfold off. She eats and explains that she came back for him because she thought it was the right thing to do. She regrets it now and suggests that she must have had 'that Stockholm thing'. She rants about what he's done to her. "How can you understand what it's like to be nobody?" he shouts back at her. She claims that she feels a connection to him; it feels like he cares about her. He accuses her of playing him. She just wants to go home and asks him who loves him and worries about him. She suggests that there is still hope for him. He tells her to stop 'talking crap' and limps up to tie her hands and blindfold her again. "I'm getting my money and then I'm done," he says before limping off.
Alan shows up at the police station to confront Bill for screwing up again. He rubs his failure in his face and suggests that Bill doesn't even want Lizzie back. If anything happens to her, Alan will hold him personally responsible. After Alan leaves, Mel arrives and tells Bill that he is free to go but Joel will be arrested for making false claims. Bill wonders why Remy's sister is representing him. She thinks the grudge between them ended when the baby died. He begins asking after Remy. She tells him that he's been disappearing at odd times and acting distant. She leaves to finish the paperwork. He begins to mull over what she told him. When she returns, Alan follows, angry to see that Bill is being released. He orders him to stay out of the investigation. Mel agrees with him. Bill walks off.
As Remy walks out of his apartment, Christina calls him for a date. He tells her that he is staying in to watch his niece. After he walks off, Bill comes out of the shadows and follows him. They go to an apartment building. Remy knocks on a door and demands that someone let him in to do some 'catching up'. After Remy goes in, Bill walks off.
Alan is pacing around the station complaining to Mallet about Bill. Mallet tells him that this is a complicated situation and no one is above suspicion. "Y'know Mallet, you're clueless," Alan snaps. He lists all of his problems and the way that Bill is using his company and his family. The only thing he wants is a little reassurance and points out that he has the most to lose while Lizzie is still gone.
Grady limps up to Dinah. He's not happy that she doesn't have his money. He had to get away from Lizzie; she won't shut up. She tells him to have a nap in the van while she checks on Lizzie. He warns her not to get too close. Dinah walks over to Lizzie. She silently approaches while Lizzie talks. She leaves a phone a few feet from her, leaves it on speaker and has it dial Bill. Dinah walks out and tells Grady to leave with her. She finds the screwdriver and worries what Lizzie might have done. Meanwhile, inside, Bill picks up his phone. Lizzie can hear his voice and calls to him.
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Lizzie talks to Bill.
Bill goes to the station to get the call traced.
Dinah tells Grady to stay away from her and find an alibi.
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