Recap: An old man (Inky) is sitting at a bar, guzzling booze and having flashbacks of a robbery he just attempted at the Austin ranch - before a slender blonde lady scared the bejeezus out of him with her superhuman strength. When the bartender, Saul, asks Inky if his latest heist went OK, Inky gets a haunted look on his face and says he was in the process of robbing a ranch house in Ojai when he was attacked by a superwoman. Saul assumes it's the booze talking and informs Inky that the mobster-in-chief, Gino Talvin, wants to see him asap. As Inky lumbers off still looking dazed, Saul chuckles about his tales of superwoman.
Inky arrives at mobster headquarters: a giant warehouse filled with stolen loot. Gino finishes a pep talk to one of his thieves on how he should always target the best stuff while robbing a place - which, no duh, sounds like Burglary 101 - then spots Inky and motions him over. He reminds him about the $200 advance he gave him, and says he had expected something good to come of it by now. Inky explains that he was in the middle of robbing a house in Ojai when he was interrupted by a woman...and we get a flashback of Jaime throwing a couch at him with one arm, then yanking the rug from his feet, causing him to topple onto the floor. He then recounts that the superwoman ran outside after him, and chased him in his getaway car before hurling a bottle of booze at him, which smashed through his car window. Gino rolls his eyes at the outlandish tale and tells Inky he's officially fired from further participation as a burglar in his criminal operation. He then calls over a burly guard, who grabs Inky and physically throws him out of the warehouse while Inky protests, "It was true! I'm not crazy! I'll prove it to you!"
The policeman investigating the burglary at Casa Austin tells Jaime he wasn't able to lift any fingerprints, and Jaime just shrugs and is all, "Oh well, whaddya gonna do?" She walks him out to his car, unaware that she's being spied on by Inky, who's hiding in the bushes with a pair of binoculars. After the policeman drives off, Inky witnesses Jaime fix the thick metal latch on the fence post he had damaged during his hasty getaway on the night of the botched robbery. After Jaime leaves for work, he ambles over to the fence post and checks the strength of the metal latch and is perplexed when he's unable to make it budge.
Inky breaks into Jaime's apartment and finds a written reminder about a teacher's meeting tonight, then wanders back outside and murmurs, "Now what can she bend?" He looks up at the TV antenna on the roof, then gets a ladder and uses a large tool to bend it out of shape. After climbing back down, he worries that she might not notice the warped antenna, so he also damages part of the white fencing surrounding the property.
Inky is perched in a tree with a little video camera when Jaime returns home, notices the broken fence, and quickly gets to work bionically repairing it. After that, she notices the bent antenna and leaps up to the roof to bionically bend it back into place before leaping back down. An astonished Inky captures all of this on film, then kisses his video camera.
Jaime bionically prepares her specialty, carrot cake, for the upcoming teacher's meeting, then calls up Oscar to arrange to meet up with him at the school.
That evening, Jaime heads to her car with her carrot cake...and gets startled when she finds Inky sitting in the passenger seat pointing a gun at her. He tells her he's been watching her all day, and that they have some business to discuss.
Inky directs Jaime to drive to his apartment hovel in a seedy party of town, where he lives with his monkey pet, Ralph. When they enter the apartment, Ralph screeches and jumps all over Inky - and in the midst of all that chaos, Jaime is able to grab Inky's gun, which she soon learns isn't actually loaded. Inky informs Jaime that he spent the afternoon filming her doing various superhuman stuff, and doesn't buy her claim that she's merely a schoolteacher. He adds that the film is being kept in a safety deposit box, and that her secret will be out if anything should happen to him. He then gives her an ultimatum: help him with his next heist and get the film, or refuse and deal with the consequences of the film being released.
Jaime summons Oscar to her apartment to discuss her blackmail conundrum, and he grimly tells her he ran a check on Inky and found that his criminal record includes a string of arrests, petty thefts, and two counts of grand theft after his pet monkey triggered the burglar alarm. Jaime asks Oscar if he was able to locate the safety deposit box where the film documenting her super powers is being stashed, and Oscar sighs deeply and says, "Well, since your bionics are top secret, it becomes a national security problem” and says it probably won't be an issue for them to get a search warrant. He then says he's not so much worried about a petty thief like Inky getting wind of her bionics as he is a mob kingpin finding out...and, presumably, everyone Jaime has unwittingly - but also pretty damn wittingly - demonstrated her bionics to ever since the pilot episode. Jaime tells him that right now Inky is waiting for her at a downtown bar to make plans for the heist, and Oscar tells her to pretend as though she's willing to go along with it. He says he'll arrange for himself and the police to be on hand to catch him committing his third felony so he can be shipped off to Alcatraz. When Jaime points out that Alcatraz has been closed for more than ten years, Oscar puts his most serious face on and replies, "You're beginning to get the idea, babe."
Inky is in a celebratory mood so he offers to buy rounds for everyone at the bar, then tells Saul he's expecting a big score now that "a very special woman" will be helping him out with his next heist. He's about as blabby about his robberies as Jaime is about her bionics. Saul's like, "OK, whatever", then notices Jaime enter the bar and gives her an appreciative once-over. He looks stunned when she walks over to Inky and suggests they go somewhere to talk privately...so he immediately calls Gino to report that Inky is partnering with a real nice lookin' woman for his next heist, then adds that he can't figure why a classy dame like that would want to be associated with a loser like Inky. Gino mulls that over and says he'll get one of his henchman to look into it.
Jaime and Inky are back at his apartment, where Ralph is engaged in his favorite activity: repeatedly ringing a toy bell. Outside the building, one of Gino's henchmen is eavesdropping on their conversation with some sort of high tech listening device. Inky pours Jaime a cup of tea using a charming tea cozy that belonged to his late mother, then goes over the plan to rob $3 million from a local bank and says that the operation will go down at noon tomorrow.
Gino's henchman continues to eavesdrop on Jaime as she exits Inky's building and makes a beeline over to the nearest phone booth to call Oscar. She tells him she hates the idea of setting up Inky...but when Oscar sternly tells her he has zero sympathy for blackmailers and demands the deets, she reveals the name of the bank and the day and time of the heist. Oscar says he'll be in touch with the police chief and warns Jaime to stay out of the getaway car after the robbery.
The henchman tells Gino that Jaime is double-crossing Inky...and Gino proposes they rob Inky of his $3 million score before the cops get a chance to arrest him.
The next day, Inky prepares his car for the heist while under surveillance by Gino's henchmen...who are also monitoring police radio communication.
Jaime arrives at Inky's apartment as he's packing up his stuff. The police, meanwhile, begin their stakeout at the bank and discuss over the radio airwaves their plan to seal off every escape route. Gino's henchmen intercept the intel and formulate a plan on how to best thwart the police so they can get to Inky first.
Inky assures Jaime that nothing bad will happen to her during the heist, then says he likes being associated with a classy lady such as herself. He brings Ralph along 'cause he can't bear to leave his beloved pet behind, then sadly looks around his grungy apartment for the last time.
The police, along with Gino's henchmen, are all monitoring Inky and Jaime when they arrive at the bank. Inky uses a car battery as a foil against the burglar alarm, and then Jaime bionically breaks open the door. Once they're inside, the police move in what they call their "ready position".
Jaime pries open the vault, and Inky rushes inside and starts filling his empty bags with money. He hands Jaime a stack of cash and tells her it's a reward for all of her troubles...but when he's not looking, she tosses it back inside the vault. The two head back to the getaway car - and Jaime's about to dash off when suddenly two of Gino's henchmen appear and order them at gunpoint to get into the car. The rest of the henchman team block the police cars in various alleys, successfully thwarting their plan to arrest Inky...and a dismayed Oscar tells the police chief they've been duped and are going to have to figure out how to get themselves in the center of the action, pronto.
The henchmen order Inky to drive into a waiting transport truck, which they lock up and drive off before the police can make heads or tails of what just happened.
At the mobster headquarters warehouse, Gino tells Inky he's impressed about the heist he just pulled off. He orders his men to lock up Jaime in a shipping crate, and as they start to lead her away, she bionically knocks over a stack of crates and races off...which I guess means so much for keeping her bionics a secret from a higher up crime boss like Gino. As the henchmen chase after her, Inky tries to escape on some scaffolding with Ralph and his bags of money, but he trips and dangles helpless while the money from his bags spills out and scatter around the warehouse. Jaime manages to lose Gino and his henchmen and rushes up the scaffolding to help Inky up and bring him to safety...and when the henchmen get distracted with snatching up all the money that's scattered everywhere, Jaime and Inky spot an alarm bell along the far wall and urge Ralph to climb over and ring it. Ralph obliges and hits the bell a few times, causing the very loud burglar alarm to go off. Gino and his henchmen are all, "Wha-at is happening?!" ... and soon after, the police swarm the warehouse. A weakened Inky tells Jaime to take care of Ralph for him, then slumps over, and Jaime gets teary and cries, "Nooooo!!"
Oscar phones Jaime at her apartment to report that after searching the mobsters' warehouse, they were able to recover the $3 million that Inky stole from the bank. Inky, who didn't die after all, is hanging at Jaime's place, along with Ralph. He tells Jaime he got a job at the police department teaching people how to protect themselves against burglars - I guess in lieu of being prosecuted for the bank robbery he just committed in broad daylight and witnessed by half the police force. He thanks her for everything she's done for him this episode, and tells her that aside from his late ma, no one has ever given a hoot about him. He assures her that the secret of her bionics is safe with him [hopefully Gino and his team of henchmen also share that sentiment], and then the two dive into Jaime's delicious carrot cake.