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'Ringer' with Sarah Michelle Gellar Series Premier  Video Ep 01

Pilot


We open on a scared woman, trying to elude a masked man in a huge, unfinished NYC apartment. She tries to hide, he finds her, they struggle, and as he chokes her she says, "You have the wrong girl!"  We then flash to an Narcotics Anonymous meeting where that woman is sharing her story of trying to stay clean. Her name is Bridget and she has finally heard from her sister Siobhan who wants her to come visit. She chats with her sponsor Malcolm at the end of the meeting and then meets up with FBI agent Victor Machado.  Machado ferries her to the Double Nickel motel. She's being kept there in protective custody because she is slated to testify in a murder trial against a big deal local crime boss fantasitcally named BodawayMacawi. She is nervous but Machado reassures her. The next morning Machado arrives to find that Bridget incapacitated her guard, took his gun, and fled.  We flash to a bar in East Hampton, NY and what looks like Bridget, except her loose blond hair is now tied in a tight bun and she is dressed in smart, upscale clothes. This is Siobhan, who is meeting Bridget at her bus after a six year estrangement due to a mystery incident. They hug.  Siobhan takes Bridget to her palatial weekend home in the Hamptons and Bridget reflects that Siobhan is living a perfect life. Siobhan says it's close to it. She says her hubby of five years is in London working and visiting his daughter Juliet at boarding school. Siobhan admits that she hasn't told her husband that she has a sister. Bridget apologizes for "everything." She is making her 12 step amends. Bridget says she thinks about Sean everyday. Siobhan says she doesn't want to talk about it, that Bridget is already forgiven and just needs to forgive herself.  Back in Rock Springs, Wyoming, Victor asks Malcolm about Bridget and if she contacted him and if they're in love. He says no and it's none of Victor's buiness. Well, Victor tells him, Malcolm better hope that Victor finds Bridget before Macawi does because without her testimony he is now a free man.  Back in the Hamptons, Siobhan and Bridget for a boat ride. Bridget says she no longer strips, she is now a waitress and she hopes to be a sister that Siobhan doesn't have to hide. Siobhan says she missed Bridget too. Later Bridget wakes from a nap wondering how long she was out. She discover Siobhan is gone: there is a pill bottle and Siobhan's scarf is in the ocean. She dives in to look for her and comes up with nothing.  She heads back to Siobhan's house and, impulsively, decides to impersonate Siobhan instead of going to the authorities.  Now in New York City we see Siobhan get out of a chauffered car and enter a fancy midtown apatment, complete with his and hers closets and a sexy British husband. When she kisses him he's surprised. He asks if she's lost weight and says she's too thin. Her friendly demeanor surprises him. It is then we realize that it must be Bridget. She then goes outside and calls Malcolm and says she can't believe what she's done and says she didn't think she had a choice. She says Siobhan killed herself. As she speaks, saying she's the only one who knos she's dead, we see her go back to the Hamptons house, grab Siobhan's ID, stash her old clothes and dress herself as Siobhan. She says it was so easy, and that everyone think she's Siobhan. Malcolm asks where she is and he'll come get her. She says no. She sees a man on the street staring up at her and says she has to go. She goes back in the apartment and hides the gun she nabbed from her FBI protector. She gets in bed.  The next day she gets a call from Siobhan's best friend Gemma who informs her she's late for a meeting at the loft. She grabs Siobhan's orange daybook and finds the appointment. She meets Gemma at the loft-- the one we saw in the opening. Workmen are hard at work, it turns out that this is Siobhan and Andrew's new place. They go on the terrace and Gemma complains that her husband Henry, an out of work novelist, is having an affair.  That night Siobhan and Andrew attend an opera fundraiser. She notices the same man watching her. Later, when she's alone he grabs and kisses her. She is confused. It turns out that this is Henry, and he is having an affair, with Siobhan. He is confused when she rebuffs him and wonders why she didn't show up for their regular rendezvous at a hotel. He asks her to meet him at the hotel on Thursday.  Later that night, Andrew helps unhook her dress and walks away. She asks if everything is okay. He says it is. She says she thought they were cool. He says, of course they're not, that he's just keeping up appearances and that it's her game and he's just playing by the rules. She says what if she doesn't want to play games and be nice to each other. He wonders why she's so relaxed and agreeable. He says he loves it but doesn't believe it.  Looking through Siobhan's jewely bo Bridget finds a picture of Siobhan with a little blond boy named Sean, dated 2005. She gets teary.  The next day in Brooklyn she attends an NA meeting. She says she never meant for any of this to happen. She says she lost someone who meant everything to her, just got her back and now she's gone again. She says maybe once things settle down she can go back to her normal life but for now she has to stay.  She heads back to Siobhan's and discovers her step-daughter Juliet hooking up with a dude. She grabs the gun and puts it back in her purse. She has a fractious conversation with her. Juliet complains about having to go to boarding school because of Siobhan. Just then Victor Machado arrives. He's there to question her about Bridget. She claims they don't speak and she hasn't heard from her. He explains Bridget's a fugitive and they're very concerned for her safety since Macawi is free.  Back in Rock Springs we see Macawi watching Malcolm.  That night , Bridget goes to the loft to hide the gun. She wraps it in a newspaper. Gemma shows up. She continues to worry about Henry and his affair. Siobhan asks if she has any idea who it is. She doesn't.  The next day she shows up at the hotel and ends it with Henry, saying that Gemma is on to him. She says if he really loves her, he'll stay away.  Back at home, Andrew is yelling at Juliet for some sort of infraction. She says she's going to her mother's. He says that's not an option. Juliet tearfully says he's just throwing it in her face that her mother doesn't want her either. Bridget as Siobhan (BAS) gets a call and learns that she is four weeks pregnant. She says "I'm pregnant??" just as Andrew walks by. She goes into the bathroom and says to the mirror: "Siobhan what did you do?"  Later, out at a club, Gemma and Henry learn of Siobhan and Andrew's pregnancy news. Gemma is thrilled. Henry less so. Gemma and Andrew go off for a refill and Henry points out the obvious, that it's his baby since it's unlikely she's slept with Andrew. He wants her to leave Andrew for him and tells her to make a choice. Siobhan chooses Andrew.  The next day Andrew is on the phone angrily trying to get out of a deal. BAS comes in. Andrew asks if she thinks Henry was asking weird. She says he's just an artist. She asks about Juliet. Turns out she got kicked out of boarding school for cocaine. A vial of which he places on the table. BAS freaks and says she can't stay there with the baby coming.  Machado gets a tip, some kids broke into the bus station lockers and found Bridget's stuff. In it, there's a letter from Siobhan to Bridget. He notes Siobhan said they hadn't been in contact. He wonders what else she's lying about.  As she's leaving an NA meeting, BAS gets a message from Gemma to meet her at the loft because she thinks she knows who Henry is sleeping with. BAS goes to the loft and we pick up the interlude from the opening: her struggle with the masked man, ending with her yelping, "You have the wrong girl!" They bust through a wall and she sees the paper with the gun. She grabs a gun, screams "I'm not Bridget!" - and shoots him. She tosses the gun and pulls up the mask. She doesn't know who the man is and in his pocket is a picture labeled Siobhan Martin.  We cut to Paris. A smoking Siobhan gets a call: "Siobhan, we have a problem." (Yes, she's smoking while she's pregnant. Of course she doesn't know that.)
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SECRETS AND LIES - Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar) learns she has a potential clue to bring her closer to Siobhan's killer. Bridget discovers some interesting information about Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd), which causes tension between them. Meanwhile, Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonell) continues his pursuit of Bridget and tensions flare between Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) and Gemma (Tara Summers) over their investment in Andrew's hedge fund. Mike Colter and Zoey Deutch also star. Allan Arkush directed the episode written by Hank Chilton.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar stars as a woman who, after witnessing a murder, goes on the run, hiding out by assuming the life of her wealthy identical twin sister ' only to learn that her sister's seemingly idyllic life is just as complicated and dangerous as the one she's trying to leave behind. Bridget is six months sober and starting to turn her life around when she is the sole witness to a professional hit. Despite the assurances of her FBI protector, Agent Victor Machado, Bridget knows her life is on the line. She flees to New York, telling no one, not even her Narcotics Anonymous sponsor, Malcolm. In New York, Bridget reunites with her estranged twin, Siobhan. Wealthy, pampered and married to the strikingly handsome Andrew Martin, Siobhan lives what appears to be a fairy tale life ' a life where no one knows that Bridget exists. The sisters seem to be mending their frayed relationship, until Siobhan disappears overboard during a boat trip, and Bridget makes the split decision to take on her sister's identity. She discovers shocking secrets, not only about her sister and her marriage, but also about Siobhan's best friend, Gemma, and Gemma's husband, Henry. And when someone tries to kill Bridget in her sister's penthouse, she realizes she is no safer as Siobhan than she is as herself.

The series stars Sarah Michelle Gellar as Bridget and Siobhan, Kristoffer Polaha as Henry, Ioan Gruffudd as Andrew Martin, Nestor Carbonell as Agent Victor Machado and Tara Summers as Gemma.

RINGER is produced by CBS Television Studios and Warner Bros. Television in association with ABC Television Studios and Brillstein Entertainment with executive producers Pam Veasey ("CSI, NY," "The District"), Peter Traugott ("Samantha Who?") and Emmy Award-winner Richard Shepard ("Ugly Betty"). The pilot was directed by Richard Shepard.

 
CAST
SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR
as SIOBHAN MARTIN AND BRIDGET KELLY

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In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Sarah Michelle Gellar plays a double role, starring as beautiful twin sisters Bridget Kelly and Siobhan Martin. Bridget is six months sober and has been trying to turn her life around, only to become the key witness in a murder trial. Siobhan lives what appears to be a fairy tale life - a life where no one knows that Bridget exists ? living in New York and married to the wealthy, handsome Andrew Martin (Ioan Gruffudd). It all changes when Siobhan mysteriously disappears and Bridget makes the split decision to take on her sister's identity. Gellar also serves as a co-executive producer on the show.

Gellar is best known for her iconic role as Buffy Summers in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." She wrapped her seventh and final season of the critically acclaimed drama in May of 2003. Gellar also originated the role of Kendall Hart on ABC's daytime soap opera "All My Children," which earned her a Daytime Emmy Award in 1995 for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.

Gellar's acting career has included several notable film roles including "Cruel Intentions," "Scream 2," "I Know What You Did Last Summer" opposite husband Freddie Prinze, Jr. and the blockbuster hit "The Grudge." No stranger to the world of voice over, Gellar has lent her voice in Liongate's "Happily N'Ever After," opposite Sigourney Weaver and Freddie Prinze, Jr, and can be heard as the voice of April O'Neil in Warner Brothers' "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."

Born in New York City, Gellar currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband and daughter.

KRISTOFFER POLAHA
as HENRY BUTLER

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In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Kristoffer Polaha plays Henry Butler, a struggling writer who is frustrated with his career and his marriage. To complicate matters, Henry is having an affair with his wife Gemma's (Tara Summers) best friend, Siobhan Martin (Sarah Michelle Gellar).

Born in Reno, Nevada, Polaha is the fourth of four boys belonging to Jerome and Esther Polaha. While studying at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, he received rave reviews in the New York Times for his role as John Brown in Eugene O'Neill's "Bread and Butter."

His television credits include starring as Nate "Baze" Bazile in The CW's critically acclaimed drama "Life Unexpected." He also portrayed John F. Kennedy, Jr. in the TBS movie "America's Prince" and has starred on the series "North Shore" and "Miss Guided" and guest starred on "Mad Men," "Bones," "House" and "CSI: Miami," among others. Polaha also recently reprised his role as Carlton Hanson on "Mad Men."

Polaha lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Julianne, and their three sons.

IOAN GRUFFUDD
as ANDREW MARTIN

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In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Ioan Gruffudd plays Andrew Martin, a self-made millionaire, whose marriage to wife Siobhan (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is crumbling while he is struggling to balance his work life and keep his daughter from a previous marriage out of trouble.

In film, Gruffudd recently starred in the James Cameron production "Sanctum," and "Horrible Bosses," with Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Jason Bateman. Gruffudd also portrayed Reed Richards in "Fantastic Four" and "Fantastic Four 2," with Jessica Alba, Chris Evans and Michael Chiklis. He also portrayed Tony Blair in "W," directed by Oliver Stone and starred as Lancelot in "King Arthur," alongside Clive Owen and Keira Knightley. Gruffudd also appeared in the critically acclaimed film "The TV Set," directed by Jake Kasdan.

Other past film credits include "Fireflies In The Garden," "The Secret of Moonacre," "The Gathering," "Amazing Grace," alongside Albert Finney, "102 Dalmatians," with Glenn Close, "Black Hawk Down" and "Titanic."

Television credits include Horatio Hornblower in the "Hornblower" television movie series and the BBC productions "Warriors" and "Great Expectations."

Gruffudd attended the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Arts from 1992 to 1995, and was then cast as the lead in the popular British television series "Poldark."

Born in South Wales, Gruffudd currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and daughter.

NESTOR CARBONELL
as AGENT VICTOR MACHADO

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In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Nestor Carbonell plays FBI agent Victor Machado, whose key witness, Bridget Kelly (Sarah Michelle Gellar), has disappeared before she was set to testify in a trial that would send a mob boss to prison.

Carbonell recently reprised his role as Mayor Anthony Garcia in the highly anticipated film "The Dark Knight Rises," and also was recently seen in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight", opposite Christian Bale. Carbonell's additional feature credits include "Smokin Aces," opposite Ray Liotta and Ryan Reynolds, Andy Garcia's "The Lost City," "The Laramie Project" and the title role in "Jack the Dog."

Carbonell is most often recognized for his integral role in the acclaimed series "Lost," as the iconic Richard Alpert. His additional television credits include "Cane," "House," "Scrubs," "Monk" and "Suddenly Susan," for which he earned two ALMA Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series.

Carbonell was born in New York City and raised in numerous locales including Mexico, Venezuela, Florida, Connecticut, the Bahamas and London. Carbonell graduated from Harvard University with a degree in English. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and their two sons, Rafael and Marco.

MIKE COLTER
as MALCOLM WARD

In The CW's new drama, "Ringer," Mike Colter plays Malcolm Ward, a recovering addict, who is Bridget Kelly's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) Narcotics Anonymous sponsor and support system.

In film, Colter recently completed production on "Men in Black III," with Will Smith, Josh Brolin, and Tommy Lee Jones. Other past film credits include "Million Dollar Baby," with Hilary Swank, "Salt," with Angelina Jolie, and "And Then Came Love," alongside Vanessa Williams.

Colter's television credits include the reoccurring role as the ruthless and cunning drug kingpin Lemond Bishop from the Emmy nominated series "The Good Wife." He has also guest starred on "Law & Order SVU," "Law & Order Criminal Intent," "Royal Pains" and "Blue Bloods."

Colter's theater credits include Adam Bock's "The Drunken City" at Playwrights Horizon and as CJ Memphis in Second Stage's revival of the Pulitzer Prize winning "A Soldiers Play."

Born in Columbia, South Carolina, and residing in New York City, Colter is currently living in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Iva.



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Episode 1: NOTHING IS WHAT IT APPEARS TO BE - Bridget Kelly (Sarah Michelle Gellar, "Buffy The Vampire Slayer") is six-months sober and starting to turn her life around when she is the sole witness in a murder trial. Despite the assurances of her FBI protector, Agent Victor Machado (Nestor Carbonell,"Lost"), Bridget knows her life is on the line. She flees to New York, telling no one, and reunites with her estranged twin, Siobhan Martin (Sarah Michelle Gellar). Wealthy, pampered and married to the strikingly handsome Andrew Martin (Ioan Gruffudd "Fantastic Four"), Siobhan lives what appears to be a fairy tale life – a life where no one knows that Bridget exists. The sisters seem to be mending their frayed relationship – until Siobhan disappears mysteriously, and Bridget makes the split decision to take on her sister's identity. She discovers shocking secrets, not only about her sister and her marriage, but also about Siobhan's best friend, Gemma Butler (Tara Summers, "Boston Legal") and Gemma's husband, Henry (Kristoffer Polaha "Life Unexpected"). Mike Colter ("The Good Wife") and Zoey Deutch ("The Suite Life on Deck") also star. Richard Shepard directed the episode written by Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder
 
Episode 2:
WHAT A TANGLED WEB SHE WEAVES - Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar) struggles to figure out a way to cover up a crime she has just committed, while still convincing everyone she's Siobhan Martin. Her old life begins to catch up with her, as FBI Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonell) decides to stay in New York and learn more about Siobhan's life and inner circle. As Bridget falls further into a web of lies, she confides her secrets to Malcolm (Mike Colter), which risks putting him in danger. Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) and his business partner Olivia (guest star Jamie Murray, "Dexter") throw a party to obtain new clients, which puts a wrench in Bridget's plans, while Gemma (Tara Summers) and Henry's (Kristoffer Polaha) fighting escalates as Gemma continues to find signs he is having an affair. Zoey Deutch also stars. Rob Bailey directed the episode written by Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder.
 
 
Episode 3 :
SECRETS AND LIES - Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar) learns she has a potential clue to bring her closer to Siobhan's killer. Bridget discovers some interesting information about Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd), which causes tension between them. Meanwhile, Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonell) continues his pursuit of Bridget and tensions flare between Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) and Gemma (Tara Summers) over their investment in Andrew's hedge fund. Mike Colter and Zoey Deutch also star. Allan Arkush directed the episode written by Hank Chilton.
 

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Ringer Written Update & Video EP 02

She's Ruining Everything

There's a helpful recap of the premise at the top—that Bridget witnessed a murder, ran rather than testify at the trial to her twin sister Siobhan, who killed herself (or so Bridget thinks). And everyone in Siobhan's life—her husband and lover and best friend—think she's Siobhan, because Siobhan never mentioned having a twin to anybody.  At the end of the pilot, Bridget killed someone in self-defense in her loft that was being remodeled by her best friend Gemma, the architect. Siobhan was having an affair with Henry, Gemma's husband, but Bridget has called that off. She may have been a drunken stripper back in the day but she has a moral code.  We pick up right where we left off. Bridget begins leaving a message about it all to her love Malcolm (also her sponsor in AA), then thinks better of it and deletes it. As she drags the body in a drop sheet Gemma walks in. Gemma's alarm is over the wall being knocked down. This is a good thing, because if construction is delayed it will be easier for Bridget to dump the corpse.  Gemma asked her to meet her there because she finally consulted the nanny, and discovered it's not the nanny who's having an affair with her hubby. Bridget realizes Siobhan gave her that piece of misinformation. More and more, missing Siobhan seems less and less nice.  Back in the gorgeous NY apartment, Bridget calls Malcolm. Oh man. Look at the closet. It is a room. It kind of looks like the one in "Sex and the City," except it's blue. Bridget rifles the drawers and finds a credit card. I guess she's thinking about running off, not a bad idea when people are trying to kill you.  Hubby, aka Horatio Hornblower, comes in and tells her about the fight he had with his daughter, and he doesn't know where she is. He notices she looks odd (caught in the act of rifling through someone's things tends to give you a funny expression, I suppose). Bridget says she wanted to take a walk. "At midnight, pregnant, I don't think so," he says. Oh yeah. "Shiv" is pregnant. Horatio is going to like Bridget much more than Shiv, I think.  When will he figure this out, I wonder? No two twins are that identical. In the morning she finds a note on her pillow that he let her sleep in. Ioan Gruffudd must have it in his contracts that he plays really, really nice guys.  When she gets up she sees teenage Juliet and tells her to call her father. "You're high," Bridget says. Juliet says she was but now is hungover. When Juliet knocks over the vase Bridget flashes back to her own drunken days. It begins in black and white and then goes into color, which is a nice touch. Bridget remembers saying "I'm going to call my sister, she's the only one who gives a crap about me."  Andrew goes into his office to find a gorgeous British woman using his phone. Wow, the office is pretty. Glass desk. Big diamond tiles. He asks if they are good to go for some meeting/party tonight, and we learn that the British woman (his business partner) is snippy about her—though Siobhan set up the event, all BW says is "I let her pick out the cocktail napkins."  Back at the gallery, Bridget's got bleach and a table saw and her hair up. She talks to Malcolm who is at Rock Springs Community college when he calls and admits she killed a man in self-defense. She says she can't call the cops, she's a fugitive. Malcolm says Bridget is, not Siobhan, but Bridget points out that it was her gun. He says he'll come get her—halfway. "I'm there for you, friend, sponsor, whatever you need." Oh man. Ioan Gruffudd vs. Mike Colter is a tough choice. Malcolm is all kinds of dreamy, strong, reliable, and even professorial.  And oh my great music underneath. It's a cover off "You Showed Me" by the Turtles, very indie rock, very nice. Two weeks in a row. Whoever is pulling the music is doing a great job.  She did I guess cut the body up because she says it's hidden.  Outside the door is a sinister looking guy in a suit. It's Agent Machado.  She won't let him use the bathroom saying it's too messy. She's obviously ducking him as she says "today is not a good day." Has she learned nothing from "Law & Order"? She looks so guilty.  Her favorite movie "The Notebook," his, a tie between "Raging Bull" and "Singing in the Rain," a policeman tells Machado. He learned it on Facebook. "not exactly the type to lie about harboring a fugitive."  He sends his associate to the Martin's loft on Warren street.  Meanwhile Gemma's husband Henry denies having an affair. Oh and we learn they live in Gramercy Park. Nice. He claims they're too busy and distracted to have sex. I do not buy it and neither does she. She presents a hotel key the dry cleaner found in his suit. Oh boy do those dry cleaners need to go out of business. I mean who returns a disposable hotel key to a man and thinks it will not start trouble?  Bridget tries to use her sister's ATM but doesn't know the pin. She actually goes to see a teller and claims she forgot her pin. It is helpful that she has her sister's driver's license and looks like her. She's worried when the teller says "can you please come with me" but she's only being taken to a senior guy who says "special clients deserve special treatment." She wants to empty her bank account. "Not much in there," but hey! What about that bank account he set up last month for emergencies only? And he chuckles paternally when she talks about a shoe sale at Bergdorf's. You know, even Manolos aren't as expensive as all that. He should look alarmed.  As she tries to go to the airport Andrew calls her for updates on Juliet and to remind her about the cocktail party. Uh oh. It's going to be at the loft. And this is really contrived as well as he insists she go there and let in the event planner, never mind the lack of dcor and tools lying around.  Now really most people in her shoes would just beat it out of there, but then there would be no show.  And yep, back she goes. Also, because she's tenderhearted and kind of already cares about Juliet. Also, because Andrew needs her.  In the loft, people roll out a carpet she thought for a moment was the body. The event planner tells her it's a "Titanic" theme.  The body is in the trunk. There's a text from Malcolm but she replies "gotta make sure the problem stays hidden."  Oh Bridget. Texts are traceable.  And back home yes, she counsels young lovely downward spiraling Juliet. Juliet answers with bravado but again, if she didn't, there'd be no show.  Wow. Chandeliers, ottomans, velvet. Bridget in a black kind of Greek goddess thing with hair up and a long fall. It's got one sleeve like Anya's winning outfit on "Project Runway" last week! Please can I just visit with her life for a day?  And she chats about tans and botox with glamorous women because we are being told that rich women are silly. She chases someone off the trunk of death by saying it's an antique.  Just as Andrew is saying with some surprise that she looks lovely, BW (her name, according to the CW, is Olivia) steals him away, running her hands all over him. Gemma is correct in calling her a snake. Though snakes are a bit more subtle.  Gemma's husband tells Bridget about Gemma's discovery, but says he denied it all. It was kind of the truth since there's no affair anymore.  Close up of trunk. Bridget starts wiping away some blood on the floor and because her timing sucks, Agent Machado comes in as she's doing it. They talk on the terrace and he tells her it used to be a cannery, then a department store. Her loft used to be the men's section. That is pretty interesting, actually. But Bridget is not at all distracted by the small talk.  "Call me crazy but I think there's a reason you're keeping people out of this place."  A drunken Gemma slaps a woman while the party guests look on in delight.  Bridget kicks out Machado by informing him that he's harassing her, which, actually, is true. Police don't get to drop in on you socially, even if they do look nice in a suit.  Wow that is some dress Olivia has on. Sheer black on top, crisscrossing. She and Andrew are giving a speech when the phone rings. It keeps ringing until BW says "where is it coming from?" and someone points to the Trunk of Death. Oops. When you hide a body, always put the phone on silent.  Bridget gets to the trunk first and says one of the workers must have left something behind.  Andrew continues the speech as a very sinister guy walks in.  Nice move, Olivia tells Bridget. "Some may see it as desperate but in finance we call it strategic," she says. Meaning she did it to hold on to her husband. Andrew wanders over and BW says she was just saying how excited she was about the baby. Interesting moment when Andrew says to her "you're not going to stay and clean up?" and Bridget says she asked the event staff to come back, which surprises Andrew naturally since rich people don't clean up their own dinner parties.  While Andrew gets Olivia a taxi, Gemma apologizes for her outburst and admits she cant kick Henry out because she still loves him.  At home, Andrew praises her behavior at the party and says it's been a long time since he felt she was on his side. "ti's like I had the old Siobhan back," he says. "Don't go away again." Uh oh. Hand on knee. Shot of them in bed. Did they do it? If not, how did she get out of it? He's asleep and she gets up and throws on a sweater, texting Malcolm that she's on her way.  In the bed shot, he's on her side of the bed. She was on the other pillow when she woke up to his note. In real life couples do not change sides. Even if they have been having wild monkey sex.  As she starts down the hall though she sees Juliet throwing up. She looks so wan and scared and when she begs Bridget not to leave, she doesn't.  Another flashback, nine years ago in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. She remembers her sister coming to bail her out but getting too mad and leaving.  "I'm here," she tells Juliet, who cries and cries. Andrew wakes up and sees the two of them which I guess is a very odd picture to him. It's like a Stepford wife who woke up with a heart.  She goes to the loft and calls Malcolm. And says she cant go. "For the first time in my life I'm not the one leaning on people. People need Siobhan to stay and I need to stay here for Siobhan."  We see Malcolm picking up her voicemail as a scary car with scary guy pulls in on him. Suddenly a student runs up to him and the car backs away. Yay for last minute papers! "Cutting it close, man," Malcolm says as the danger evaporates.  In Paris, Siobhan tries to withdraw some money. Is there a reason in France they always dress women in hats with feathers and bags with chains? She gets a shock when she learns her account was closed yesterday.  "She's ruining everything," she tells someone on the phone. "It has to get done, sooner rather than later." What? You wouldn't put out a hit on your own twin, would you?  And Bridget opens the trunk and it's clean! No body!

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Bridget learns she has a potential clue to bring her closer to Siobhan's killer. Bridget discovers some interesting information about Andrew, which causes tension between them. Meanwhile, Agent Machado continues his pursuit of Bridget and tensions flare between Henry and Gemma over their investment in Andrew's hedge fund.

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