After their windshield is shot from an overpass, Wesley tells the police that he believes the shooter to be Falconetti. Billy works up the courage to ask Rudy for $50,000 demanded by the record company for his singer. Billy is going to demand part ownership. Rudy tells him he doesn't have that kind of cash, but can get it if he sells some stock. If the company passes financial inspection, he will give Billy a check on Monday. Billy has decided to learn to need people. Sarah Hunt gives information to Rudy on payoffs from Charles Estep and will give the rest when she gets to Washington. Billy takes the check to the record company and Blaustein signs away one-third of the company to him, then he makes an airline reservation to Miami and asks if they have a connecting flight to Bermuda. Billy has a fight with his new recording star when she says she can't fake feelings for him. He says, "isn't that what women do best"?