Michael finally has an angle on the bomber, Derek Poole. Westen is too broke to finance his move, so he accepts to act as security expert for art gallery owner Scott Chandler, who wants an intruder tracked. Arms dealer Seymour is surprisingly easily convinced to help with knavish enthusiasm. The team discovers Chandler isn't an innocent victim, and accordingly take another client for another crime. Seymour also helps with the bomber. Written by
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About halfway through the episode, as Michael goes to erase the security camera footage, you see the computer's screen saver is activated. The camera cuts to the screen, and the "white noise" comes up to show that it's been erased. But when the camera pans back out for the guy sitting at the desk to say "Nothing's coming up," the screen saver's back on the computer. See more
[narration - as bad guy interrogates bad guy
One of the problems with running a criminal conspiracy is that there's no way to avoid trust issues with your employees. If you steal with a guy, he knows you're a thief. If you kill with him, he knows you're a killer.
[fatal gun shot
It's a serious management issue.