Does Michael Weston work and play well with others? Umm, not really. He prefers being at the controls and calling the shots. Have you noticed that with Fiona and Sam, Michael is usually the de facto lead? And remember how he disliked working for Carla? Hence this relationship with Gilroy is problematic to say the least. This week was an example of just how difficult it's likely to be.
Gilroy played matchmaker by forcing Michael to team up with Claude, supposedly the best thief in the Western hemisphere. Michael assessed the situation and determined the best way to work with Claude was to sabotage him. Gilroy managed to trump Michael's ace, however. When Claude fell down on the job -- literally -- Gilroy eliminated him. Or he said he did. Oops. Michael hadn't anticipated that reaction. Gilroy is a deadly adversary.
The case of the week had Michael reluctantly helping out Sugar, the drug dealer he crippled a year ago to get him out of the building. Had Sugar's cousin not been an innocent dupe being used by a nasty SOB named Lynch in some nefarious scheme, Michael probably would have let Sugar walk away.
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