In a flashback to 1967, Mack tells Phil that the firm for which he is working is involved with the mob, but Phil says he has a wife to support. Later Phil is indicted, and asks Mack to lie on the stand, but Mack says he can't. In the present, the polls begin to shift in Gary's favor. Peter decides to use married Gary's affair with Jill against him, although they've decided to hold off until after the election. Mack has a phony story released that they found the kidnapper's fingerprints and know who he is. This makes Phil very nervous, and Greg figures out that he is the kidnapper. Greg confronts him and gives him one day to undo the situation. Phil pours gasoline all over the house and lights a match. As the house starts to go up in flames, Karen discovers a trap door to the attic.
Did You Know?
This episode marks the first appearance of Brian Austin Green
as Brian Cunningham, replacing Robert Jayne
(then known as Bobby Jacoby) who previously played the role in Seasons Two to Six. The character did not appear in Season Seven. See more