S1E8: Last week, Ringer left fans gasping at the discovery that Charlie was the one responsible for Gemma's disappearance because he's secretly in cahoots with the real Siobhan. Of course, Bridget has no idea that her new sponsor is secretly plotting against her, so she continues to rely on him as her confidante. But Bridget's got more pressing problems to worry about (yet again) as Malcolm's sudden appearance in her new life threatens to expose who she really is. And on top of everything else, Andrew and Henry discover some rather upsetting news regarding "Siobhan" and the baby.
In other news, Juliet and Mr. Carpenter continue to form an unlikely (and inappropriate bond), which is becoming creepier by the minute. Malcolm, on the other hand, continues to battle with his re-surfaced addiction while also trying to dodge Agent Machado's questions in his unrelenting search for Bridget. Additionally, the real Siobhan's boyfriend, Tyler, winds up doing business with Andrew and makes a startling discovery of his own.
""Maybe we can get a dog instead?"" - Juliet
Upon seeing her NA sponsor, Malcolm, show up suddenly in New York, Bridget faints and is taken to the hospital to make sure everything is alright. While they're there Andrew thinks it'd be a good idea to do an ultrasound to make sure the baby is alright, but shock of all shocks (to everyone but Bridget), they discover there is no baby and she must have miscarried. Thinking that the baby was the only thing holding their marriage together, Andrew is devastated and wants to try getting pregnant again. But after overhearing Bridget tell Juliet that it probably wasn't going to happen, he's very hurt and angry since he interprets that to mean she doesn't want the marriage to work. However, by the end of the episode, she assures him that she wants their marriage to work - baby or no baby, which seems to make him feel better. Henry is also really upset upon hearing about the miscarriage since he is secretly holding out hope that the baby would bring the two of them together again. I guess babies equal relationship-fixer. But now that the baby's gone, he knows he's truly lost her forever, which leaves him with no wife, no affair, and no child. Things aren't looking too good for poor Henry.
"You can't even be honest about who you are." - Malcolm
Now that Malcolm's back in the picture, Bridget has even more to worry about. Malcolm is the only person (that she's aware of) who knows her true identity and he isn't exactly in the best condition to be keeping a secret. Sure enough, the time spent in Macawi's basement has caught up with him and he's back to being a full-fledged addict again. At first he tries to get Bridget to believe that he can handle the addiction, but it becomes apparent throughout the episode that he needs someone to lean on for support. Enter Charlie. Yup, the guy who is the real Siobhan's own personal hit-man is the person Bridget turns to in order to help Malcolm. Charlie welcomes Malcolm with open arms into his house and says "You did the right thing by coming here," which can only mean one thing: Malcolm's in danger.
Juliet seems to be heading into dangerous territory herself. She continues to display an inappropriate flirtation with her high school English teacher, Mr. Carpenter, by inviting herself to his place to watch a DVD. Uncomfortable about the situation, Mr. Carpenter wisely drops Juliet from his class, but Juliet isn't about to give up on her little crush so easily and finds a loophole to spending more time with him. It looks like the Young Samaritans club has a new member on its hands.
"I'm sorry, I didn't know I was sleeping with the boss' wife." - Tyler
Worlds start to collide when Siobhan's Paris boy-toy, Tyler, is offered a position as head of European operations at Andrew's company. Andrew asks Tyler to come have dinner with him in New York, so they can discuss the arrangement in further detail. But things really start to get interesting when Bridget shows up to the dinner and Tyler mistakes her for the real Siobhan. Bridget of course has no idea who he is and remains polite and cheerful throughout the three course meal. Surprisingly, Tyler doesn't get more outwardly upset about the situation, but that's probably because he doesn't want his boss to know that he's been sleeping with his boss' wife (which is funny because he actually is sleeping with Andrew's wife, except he thinks the woman at dinner and the woman in Paris are one in the same). So shortly after the dinner he calls the real Siobhan (thinking it's the one he just had dinner with) to confront her about the whole thing and say that they're through. Looks like she'll have to find a new place to stay.
The show continues to keep a fair pace of action and suspense, but there are still so many questions that have yet to be answered. What is Siobhan's big plan? Why did she dump her life and leave everything behind? Why did she date Tyler when she's clearly still in love with Henry? Why does she care that Malcolm is in the area? What plans does she have in store for her innocent twin sister? So many riddles and not enough clues!