FBI Agent Machado tries tenaciously to properly question 'Siobhan', who dodges him as zealously. That game is up when she must organize in one day, with a brilliant gay event planner, a party fro Henry and his partner Olivia's investment firm, and he already decided on the loft where she left the assailant's corpse, which she's now unable to evacuate and must hide. Henry is delighted with the 'old Siobhan' who cares again for him and 'their rebellious junk daughter, not unlike young Bridget. Henry still dodges Gemma's suspicion of adultery and asks 'Siobhan' why they should break up. After Bridget cleans out Siobhan's Manhattan bank accounts, the real one decides from Paris the 'spoil sport' must be eliminated fast. Bridget decides against running again, feeling for her new life with Henry despite the risks. Written by
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When Bridget (as Siobhan) gets into a cab, she requests to go to "the airport", a request to which the cab driver agrees without question. This isn't possible in New York City: there are two equally popular airports, LaGuardia and John F Kennedy International, and people regularly take cabs to both of them. Bridget's request could be explained by her not knowing the city, but any cab driver's response to such a request would not be "Yes, Ma'am" but "Which one?". See more
References The Notebook