Season 2 Episode 1

Chaos Theory

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The same night he fires her, Cedric phones Sally and asks her and Jack to meet him and Adam in the middle of the street. Cedric tells Sally her place is back at the University, but she'll hear none of it. He warns her, telling her there are things she doesn't want to know about. She walks away to find Adam trying to woo Jack back to Gardner/Ross, he also turns him down. A car zips past Sally, Adam and Jack who are talking by Jack's limo, she notices the car is her fathers. They rush to Cedric who is lying on the ground, dead. Back at the firm D'Arby finds Grant lying unconscious in a bathroom stall, he is taken to a psychiatric hospital. Adam is furious that Cedric left his entire estate, including his newly acquired shares to Sally. He begins saying he'll contest the will. Sally decides to form a new executive committee, and leaves Adam as head of the bank in order to prevent a fight. One of Jack's clients rushes in telling him The Canadian Corporate Bank (CanCorp) has told him they are going to cut off his line of credit if he uses GR to take his company public. He returns to a place of his youth, an gym to hire his old boxing coach turned Private Investigator to look into Cedric's death. Jack believes he may have been murdered, after the kids that 'stole' his car forgot to take his substantial billfold, and six thousand dollar watch. While cleaning out some of her father's things Sally finds a key to a safety deposit box that isn't on any file anywhere, she asks Adam if he knows about the key while delivering part of Adam's inheritance. She shows up at the Gym, and hires the investigator to track down the location of the safety deposit box. Grant returns to Gardner/Ross, the Doctors have found the source of his breakdown, a toxic reaction to caffeine. They tell him he can no longer eat five pounds of chocolate a week. Grant however tells him he has chocolate all over his apartment, so D'Arby invites him to come and live with him. The market is extremely erratic, but Marty bets at 3/1 he can make money in it. After an entire day of trading Marty is up a mere thousand dollars, but a profit is a profit, and he wins the bet. That evening at the bar they decide to play double or nothing. If he looses the next day he has to give up his favorite chair, but if he wins, they must paint it gold. Sally's PI tracks down the box, but it is empty. They discover that Cedric's retired secretary emptied the box as soon as the bank opened that morning. She tells Sally there was an envelope in the box, and she shredded it. But Sally and him leave the secretary's apartment they overhear her call someone and tell them about the visit. She and him burst in to the apartment and press redial on the phone. Adam answers. Sally, and the PI barge into Adam's office and demand the envelope. Adam agrees to give her the envelope if she gives him his fair share of Gardner/Ross. She agrees to sell it to him, but at three times book value. Upon opening the envelope they find it contains a CSIS file (Canadian Secret Intelligence Service) Jack is able to find another bank to provide the line of credit for the guitar company, a bank in South Korea. However, Adam is very against dealing with a bank that finances drug smugglers. Jack wins the argument. The only caveat the bank has asked for is that Gardner/Ross send a representative to Korea to learn Asian banking practices. Adam and Jack decide to send Fabris, seeing the perfect way to get rid of him, putting him on a slow boat to china. Sally's PI is able to crack the code of a little black book of favors her father is owed, and matches them to records in the CSIS file. The CSIS file, was on Cedric, the question now, is how did HE get it? Marty wins his bet, and receives his golden throne, and Sally attends Cedric's funeral.moreless

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