Just as she’s about to leave Washington D.C. for proverbially greener pastures in New York City, Monica Lewinsky’s (Beanie Feldstein)’s life unravels in Tuesday’s episode of Impeachment: American Crime Story.

Tuesday’s episode, entitled Man Handled, picks up where the show’s first-episode flash-forward left off, where FBI agents detain Lewinsky – with the help of Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson).

She’s detained for a grueling 12 hours by the Office of the Independent Counsel, where she learns that Tripp had been recording their phone conversations.

Unravel: Just as she’s about to leave Washington D.C. for proverbially greener pastures in New York City, Monica Lewinsky’s (Beanie Feldstein)’s life unravels in Tuesday’s episode of Impeachment: American Crime Story

Linda: Tuesday's episode, entitled Man Handled, picks up where the show's first-episode flash-forward left off, where FBI agents detain Lewinsky - with the help of Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson)

Linda: Tuesday’s episode, entitled Man Handled, picks up where the show’s first-episode flash-forward left off, where FBI agents detain Lewinsky – with the help of Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson)

The episode begins at 7 AM on January 16, 1998 when Linda Tripp getting ready for her day when the phone rings.

She lets it go to voice mail, getting a message from Mike Emmick (Colin Hanks) saying they’re all set, just to let them know when she gets a hold of Monica. 

Kenneth Starr (Dan Bakkedahl) tells Emmick and Jackie Bennett (Darren Goldstein) that their jurisdiction has been broadened to include Monica Lewinsky.

7AM: The episode begins at 7 AM on January 16, 1998 when Linda Tripp getting ready for her day when the phone rings

7AM: The episode begins at 7 AM on January 16, 1998 when Linda Tripp getting ready for her day when the phone rings

Call: She lets it go to voice mail, getting a message from Mike Emmick (Colin Hanks) saying they're all set, just to let them know when she gets a hold of Monica

Call: She lets it go to voice mail, getting a message from Mike Emmick (Colin Hanks) saying they’re all set, just to let them know when she gets a hold of Monica

Starr: Kenneth Starr (Dan Bakkedahl) tells Emmick and Jackie Bennett (Darren Goldstein) that their jurisdiction has been broadened to include Monica Lewinsky

Starr: Kenneth Starr (Dan Bakkedahl) tells Emmick and Jackie Bennett (Darren Goldstein) that their jurisdiction has been broadened to include Monica Lewinsky

Jackie says Emmick is leading the interrogation because Jackie was told he’s  too intimidating. 

They reveal they’re calling it ‘Operation Prom Night’ because it will be, ‘a half hour with a girl in a hotel room,’ though they don’t realize they’ll spend 12 hours in that room with her.

Monica finally calls her back and Linda asks her to do lunch in an hour, at the food court in Pentagon City.

Finally: Monica finally calls her back and Linda asks her to do lunch in an hour, at the food court in Pentagon City

Finally: Monica finally calls her back and Linda asks her to do lunch in an hour, at the food court in Pentagon City

Emmick gets back to the hotel where he’s told they get a call from Linda who’s running behind, as Emmick says, ‘Who runs late to a sting operation?’

Linda gets to the Ritz Carlton and says the Metro was an ‘absolute catastrophe,’ as she looks around at everyone in the room and says, ‘It’s the right thing to do.’

She walks with the agents out of the Ritz Carlton and into the food court, as the agents tell her she doesn’t have to say anything to Monica.

Ritz Carlton: Linda gets to the Ritz Carlton and says the Metro was an 'absolute catastrophe'

Ritz Carlton: Linda gets to the Ritz Carlton and says the Metro was an ‘absolute catastrophe’

Right: She looks around at everyone in the room and says, 'It's the right thing to do'

Right: She looks around at everyone in the room and says, ‘It’s the right thing to do’

Agents: She walks with the agents out of the Ritz Carlton and into the food court, as the agents tell her she doesn't have to say anything to Monica

Agents: She walks with the agents out of the Ritz Carlton and into the food court, as the agents tell her she doesn’t have to say anything to Monica

She heads down the escalator with the federal agents behind her, as she waves to her from the table.

The FBI agents walk up to Monica and identify themselves, as Monica just looks at her former friend and says, ‘Linda.’

A teary Monica is told she’s being investigated for committing multiple crimes, as Emmick tells her she could be looking at 28 years in prison.

Escalator: She heads down the escalator with the federal agents behind her, as she waves to her from the table

Escalator: She heads down the escalator with the federal agents behind her, as she waves to her from the table

Monica: The FBI agents walk up to Monica and identify themselves, as Monica just looks at her former friend and says, 'Linda'

Monica: The FBI agents walk up to Monica and identify themselves, as Monica just looks at her former friend and says, ‘Linda’

Teary: A teary Monica is told she's being investigated for committing multiple crimes, as Emmick tells her she could be looking at 28 years in prison

Teary: A teary Monica is told she’s being investigated for committing multiple crimes, as Emmick tells her she could be looking at 28 years in prison

She starts crying as Emmick tells the agents to close the doors so Monica can’t see Linda, as Linda is told to stay in the room.

Emmick asks if a document looks familiar, asking how he has this, as Emmick says the best thing for her is to cooperate.

She asks for her lawyer but Emmick says it will be easier if she just cooperates, as Emmick says she will tell them everything and then she will make three phone calls, one to Betty Currie (Rae Dawn Chong), one to Vernon Jordan (Blair Underwood) and one to President Clinton (Clive Owen).

Crying: She starts crying as Emmick tells the agents to close the doors so Monica can't see Linda, as Linda is told to stay in the room

Crying: She starts crying as Emmick tells the agents to close the doors so Monica can’t see Linda, as Linda is told to stay in the room

Cooperate: Emmick asks if a document looks familiar, asking how he has this, as Emmick says the best thing for her is to cooperate

Cooperate: Emmick asks if a document looks familiar, asking how he has this, as Emmick says the best thing for her is to cooperate

Cooperates: She asks for her lawyer but Emmick says it will be easier if she just cooperates, as Emmick says she will tell them everything and then she will make three phone calls, one to Betty Currie (Rae Dawn Chong), one to Vernon Jordan (Blair Underwood) and one to President Clinton (Clive Owen)

Cooperates: She asks for her lawyer but Emmick says it will be easier if she just cooperates, as Emmick says she will tell them everything and then she will make three phone calls, one to Betty Currie (Rae Dawn Chong), one to Vernon Jordan (Blair Underwood) and one to President Clinton (Clive Owen)

She says she won’t do it, but Emmick brings out pictures of her before they play some of the conversations Linda recorded.

‘Linda what did you do?!’ Monica screams, as she starts losing it, wondering what will happen to Betty and Vernon and saying her parents will find out.

‘My life is over,’ she says, but Mike disagrees as she walks out of the room and Mike tries to calm her down.

Photos: She says she won't do it, but Emmick brings out pictures of her before they play some of the conversations Linda recorded

Photos: She says she won’t do it, but Emmick brings out pictures of her before they play some of the conversations Linda recorded 

Linda: 'Linda what did you do?!' Monica screams, as she starts losing it, wondering what will happen to Betty and Vernon and saying her parents will find out

Linda: ‘Linda what did you do?!’ Monica screams, as she starts losing it, wondering what will happen to Betty and Vernon and saying her parents will find out

Life is over: 'My life is over,' she says, but Mike disagrees as she walks out of the room and Mike tries to calm her down

Life is over: ‘My life is over,’ she says, but Mike disagrees as she walks out of the room and Mike tries to calm her down

‘I will get you through this, I will make sure you’re OK,’ Emmick says.

‘I’ll kill myself. If I kill myself, will this all go away? If I jump out of this window will this all go away?’ Monica asks.

She asks for her lawyer but Emmick says they need to know if she will cooperate because it’s time sensitive.

Kill myself: 'I'll kill myself. If I kill myself, will this all go away? If I jump out of this window will this all go away?' Monica asks.

Kill myself: ‘I’ll kill myself. If I kill myself, will this all go away? If I jump out of this window will this all go away?’ Monica asks.

Time sensitive: She asks for her lawyer but Emmick says they need to know if she will cooperate because it's time sensitive

Time sensitive: She asks for her lawyer but Emmick says they need to know if she will cooperate because it’s time sensitive

Monica gets a page from her mother and they calm her down by saying they’re going to go to her office.

She asks to go to the bathroom and tries to look for a way out, but the agents take the phone and tell her to go ahead.

At 2:27 PM they are still unsure what to do, as they cut Linda Tripp loose, saying she can leave now.

Bathroom: She asks to go to the bathroom and tries to look for a way out, but the agents take the phone and tell her to go ahead

Bathroom: She asks to go to the bathroom and tries to look for a way out, but the agents take the phone and tell her to go ahead

Leave: At 2:27 PM they are still unsure what to do, as they cut Linda Tripp loose, saying she can leave now

Leave: At 2:27 PM they are still unsure what to do, as they cut Linda Tripp loose, saying she can leave now

Monica splashes some water on her face as Linda leaves the hotel room.

Emmick calls Kenneth Starr and tells her she won’t come in, as Starr tells her to keep him apprised, before asking his secretary to call Jackie Bennett on his phone.

Jackie comes in and says he’s heard all the tapes, and Monica wants to know how many tapes there are, but he says, ‘I talk, you listen.’

Kenneth: Emmick calls Kenneth Starr and tells her she won't come in, as Starr tells her to keep him apprised, before asking his secretary to call Jackie Bennett on his phone

Kenneth: Emmick calls Kenneth Starr and tells her she won’t come in, as Starr tells her to keep him apprised, before asking his secretary to call Jackie Bennett on his phone

Jackie: Jackie comes in and says he's heard all the tapes, and Monica wants to know how many tapes there are, but he says, 'I talk, you listen'

Jackie: Jackie comes in and says he’s heard all the tapes, and Monica wants to know how many tapes there are, but he says, ‘I talk, you listen’

She asks to call her lawyer but Jackie says they know her lawyer is part of the conspiracy.

Instead, she asks to call her mother Marcia (Mira Sorvino), adding her mom will call the cops if she doesn’t hear from her, so they let her call.

She calls her mom in New York, as she says they try to figure out what show to see, but she tearfully hangs up.

They know: She asks to call her lawyer but Jackie says they know her lawyer is part of the conspiracy

They know: She asks to call her lawyer but Jackie says they know her lawyer is part of the conspiracy

Mother: Instead, she asks to call her mother Marcia (Mira Sorvino), adding her mom will call the cops if she doesn't hear from her, so they let her call

Mother: Instead, she asks to call her mother Marcia (Mira Sorvino), adding her mom will call the cops if she doesn’t hear from her, so they let her call

Monica says she can’t go to jail, but she also says she can’t ‘trap Betty and Vernon,’ and Monica says she just wants to talk to her mom or her lawyer without them hovering over her.

Jackie starts hounding her to cooperate and she says she wants to call her mother downstairs without being recorded and they agree.

Before she leaves Emmick says her mother is not to share anything with anyone and if word gets out, she’s on her own.

Trap: Monica says she can't go to jail, but she also says she can't 'trap Betty and Vernon,' and Monica says she just wants to talk to her mom or her lawyer without them hovering over her

Trap: Monica says she can’t go to jail, but she also says she can’t ‘trap Betty and Vernon,’ and Monica says she just wants to talk to her mom or her lawyer without them hovering over her

Hounded: Jackie starts hounding her to cooperate and she says she wants to call her mother downstairs without being recorded and they agree

Hounded: Jackie starts hounding her to cooperate and she says she wants to call her mother downstairs without being recorded and they agree

When Monica leaves, Emmick turns to Jackie and says, ‘Nice, we’re never gonna see her again.

Monica gets into the mall, followed by an agent, with feds seemingly everywhere she turns as she gets to a bank of payphones.

She calls her mom back, saying she’s in trouble and she doesn’t know what do to.

Phones: Monica gets into the mall, followed by an agent, with feds seemingly everywhere she turns as she gets to a bank of payphones

Phones: Monica gets into the mall, followed by an agent, with feds seemingly everywhere she turns as she gets to a bank of payphones

Mom: She calls her mom back, saying she's in trouble and she doesn't know what do to

Mom: She calls her mom back, saying she’s in trouble and she doesn’t know what do to

‘It’s Linda,’ she tells her mom, adding they won’t let her call her lawyer, which worries her mom.

Her mom tells her to tell them that she is coming and to tell them to wait.

When she’s walking back up to the hotel, she runs into Linda, who has been doing some shopping while her life has been torn apart.

Lawyer: 'It's Linda,' she tells her mom, adding they won't let her call her lawyer, which worries her mom

Lawyer: ‘It’s Linda,’ she tells her mom, adding they won’t let her call her lawyer, which worries her mom

Linda shops: When she’s walking back up to the hotel, she runs into Linda, who has been doing some shopping while her life has been torn apart

Monica just walks right past her without saying a word as Linda goes on her way.

Linda is back home as she lights a cigarette as her daughter Allison (Emma Mausolf) comes down asking to take the van… but she sees her mom is troubled.

She says some attorneys are coming over to ask her questions and she can’t explain it right now.

Allison says she looks like she’s about to cry as she yells at her to go back upstairs.

Allison:Linda is back home as she lights a cigarette as her daughter Allison (Emma Mausolf) comes down asking to take the van… but she sees her mom is troubled

Allison:Linda is back home as she lights a cigarette as her daughter Allison (Emma Mausolf) comes down asking to take the van… but she sees her mom is troubled

Can’t explain: She says some attorneys are coming over to ask her questions and she can’t explain it right now

Back in Los Angeles, Monica’s father Bernard gets a call from Monica’s mother, as she frantically says ‘The feds have Monica.’

She tells them to wait for her mother as her father tries to come to grips with everything, as her father tells his friend William H. Ginsburg (Fred Melamed) about this as he swears he will fix it.

Jackie and Emmick argue over how the whole scenario has unfolded as Emmick tells him they don’t have a choice.

Monica's father: Back in Los Angeles, Monica's father Bernard gets a call from Monica's mother, as she frantically says 'The feds have Monica'

Monica’s father: Back in Los Angeles, Monica’s father Bernard gets a call from Monica’s mother, as she frantically says ‘The feds have Monica’

Ginsburg: She tells them to wait for her mother as her father tries to come to grips with everything, as her father tells his friend William H. Ginsburg (Fred Melamed) about this as he swears he will fix it

Ginsburg: She tells them to wait for her mother as her father tries to come to grips with everything, as her father tells his friend William H. Ginsburg (Fred Melamed) about this as he swears he will fix it

Emmick goes in and tells Monica they will wait for her mother as she thanks him and calls up for a coffee for her.

She tells Emmick that her mom was wondering why she couldn’t call her lawyer, and Emmick says he told her it was her choice.

She tries to call her lawyer but he’s out of the office, though the secretary said she can page him if it’s urgent, but the agent says it’s not.

Thanks: Emmick goes in and tells Monica they will wait for her mother as she thanks him and calls up for a coffee for her

Thanks: Emmick goes in and tells Monica they will wait for her mother as she thanks him and calls up for a coffee for her

They ask if they should watch TV while they wait, as they watch an episode of NYPD Blue, as he flips past a news program about Clinton.

She looks at one of the agents on the couch with his gun holster exposed, as Monica asks if they have to stay in there.

She talks them to going to Crate and Barrell as Monica explains to them what a decanter is, adding her, ‘grandma has crap like this all over the place.’

Crate: She talks them to going to Crate and Barrell as Monica explains to them what a decanter is, adding her, 'grandma has crap like this all over the place'

Crate: She talks them to going to Crate and Barrell as Monica explains to them what a decanter is, adding her, ‘grandma has crap like this all over the place’

‘My grandma is gonna be so disappointed in me,’ she says, as Emmick tells her to ‘keep moving.’

They walk up to Macy’s and Monica says she has to go to the bathroom as Emmick tells teh other agent they shouldn’t follow, and they have to be ‘very careful about that.’

She goes to a phone and calls Betty Currie at her office and home, but no one answers. She sees a breastfeeding mother and asks, ‘Are you with them?’

Bathroom: They walk up to Macy’s and Monica says she has to go to the bathroom as Emmick tells teh other agent they shouldn’t follow, and they have to be ‘very careful about that.

Bathroom: They walk up to Macy’s and Monica says she has to go to the bathroom as Emmick tells teh other agent they shouldn’t follow, and they have to be ‘very careful about that.

With them: She goes to a phone and calls Betty Currie at her office and home, but no one answers. She sees a breastfeeding mother and asks, ‘Are you with them?'

With them: She goes to a phone and calls Betty Currie at her office and home, but no one answers. She sees a breastfeeding mother and asks, ‘Are you with them?’

They go get some food at what appears to be a TGIFridays when Monica asks why it’s 28 years.

Emmick breaks down all of the charges for her, as she says, ‘I’ll never have kids. No one’s ever gonna marry me.’

Emmick says it’s only 28 years if she serves it without them, making it clear that they are on her side, even though it might not look like it.

Food: They go get some food at what appears to be a TGIFridays when Monica asks why it’s 28 years

Food: They go get some food at what appears to be a TGIFridays when Monica asks why it’s 28 years

Charges: Emmick breaks down all of the charges for her, as she says, ‘I’ll never have kids. No one’s ever gonna marry me'

Charges: Emmick breaks down all of the charges for her, as she says, ‘I’ll never have kids. No one’s ever gonna marry me’

George Conway (George Salazar) lets in Ann Coulter (Cobie Smulders), who brings in dubs of all the Linda Tripp tapes, saying they’re listening to all of the tapes.

‘George, we’re celebrating. These tapes are gonna be in the Smithsonian,’ Coulter says, as George says they should hold off celebrating until they find anything useful on the tapes.

They all pour champagne and start listening to the tapes.

Tapes: George Conway (George Salazar) lets in Ann Coulter (Cobie Smulders), who brings in dubs of all the Linda Tripp tapes, saying they’re listening to all of the tapes

Tapes: George Conway (George Salazar) lets in Ann Coulter (Cobie Smulders), who brings in dubs of all the Linda Tripp tapes, saying they’re listening to all of the tapes

Ann and George: George Conway (George Salazar) lets in Ann Coulter (Cobie Smulders), who brings in dubs of all the Linda Tripp tapes, saying they’re listening to all of the tapes

Ann and George: George Conway (George Salazar) lets in Ann Coulter (Cobie Smulders), who brings in dubs of all the Linda Tripp tapes, saying they’re listening to all of the tapes

Tapes: They all pour champagne and start listening to the tapes

Tapes: They all pour champagne and start listening to the tapes

Linda is visited by two attorneys for Paula Jones, as they ask about the gifts they exchanged as Linda says Monica would love seeing him to wear one of the ties she gave him.

She says Monica was ‘entitled’ and it was ‘how she was raised,’ as she asks for specifics.

She mentions the book that he gave her, and Linda goes off on a tangent about the White House being a ‘special place.’

Lawyers: Linda is visited by two attorneys for Paula Jones, as they ask about the gifts they exchanged as Linda says Monica would love seeing him to wear one of the ties she gave him

Lawyers: Linda is visited by two attorneys for Paula Jones, as they ask about the gifts they exchanged as Linda says Monica would love seeing him to wear one of the ties she gave him

Special: She mentions the book that he gave her, and Linda goes off on a tangent about the White House being a ‘special place'

Special: She mentions the book that he gave her, and Linda goes off on a tangent about the White House being a ‘special place’

‘Ronald Reagan became president and refused to set foot in the Oval without a full suit and tie. George Bush became president and handwrote letters to every family who lost a son in action. Bill Clinton became president and got the first vulnerable girl he saw in a hallway to suck his d**k. And then, boy, did he make her suffer,’ Tripp says.

‘The book was Leaves of Grass. See what he has to say about that,’ she adds.

Monica is back in the hotel room when there is a knock on the door and her mother arrives and they embrace.

Mom arrives: Monica is back in the hotel room when there is a knock on the door and her mother arrives and they embrace

She says she’d like to talk to her daughter alone, as they leave the hotel room and find agents lining the hallways.

They open another room for her as her mother locks the door and Monica tries to call Betty but her mom won’t let her.

‘Listen to me sweetheart. This all ends right now,’ she says.

Alone: She says she’d like to talk to her daughter alone, as they leave the hotel room and find agents lining the hallways.

Alone: She says she’d like to talk to her daughter alone, as they leave the hotel room and find agents lining the hallways.

No calls: They open another room for her as her mother locks the door and Monica tries to call Betty but her mom won’t let her

No calls: They open another room for her as her mother locks the door and Monica tries to call Betty but her mom won’t let her

Her mother says it’s his fault too as Monica says, ‘I am not going to be the one who takes down the President.’

George and Coulter are listening the the tapes, bored, as Coulter says she understands why some cultures they drown their female infants.

George says there is no smoking gun on the tapes, saying, ‘Having sex with an office girl is not a high crime or misdemeanor.’

They’re told that the FBI has Monica Lewinsky and they’re going to flip her tonight, as Coulter says, ‘F**k me.’

Drown: George and Coulter are listening the the tapes, bored, as Coulter says she understands why some cultures they drown their female infants

Drown: George and Coulter are listening the the tapes, bored, as Coulter says she understands why some cultures they drown their female infants

No smoking gun: George says there is no smoking gun on the tapes, saying, ‘Having sex with an office girl is not a high crime or misdemeanor'

No smoking gun: George says there is no smoking gun on the tapes, saying, ‘Having sex with an office girl is not a high crime or misdemeanor’

Flip: They’re told that the FBI has Monica Lewinsky and they’re going to flip her tonight, as Coulter says, ‘F**k me'

Flip: They’re told that the FBI has Monica Lewinsky and they’re going to flip her tonight, as Coulter says, ‘F**k me’

Monica’s mother speaks with Mike and James, as James wants to know if she will cooperate, and her mother says she will.

Emmick says she will be immune from prosecution if she cooperates, including the monitored calls, but she wonders if she has immunity without the calls.

She says she will try to explain to her daughter what is happening and Mike and James will work on it, and when she leaves Mike says Starr will give her immunity but they can’t get it tonight.

Cooperate: Monica’s mother speaks with Mike and James, as James wants to know if she will cooperate, and her mother says she will

Cooperate: Monica’s mother speaks with Mike and James, as James wants to know if she will cooperate, and her mother says she will

Explain: She says she will try to explain to her daughter what is happening and Mike and James will work on it, and when she leaves Mike says Starr will give her immunity but they can’t get it tonight

Explain: She says she will try to explain to her daughter what is happening and Mike and James will work on it, and when she leaves Mike says Starr will give her immunity but they can’t get it tonight

Mike asks for a word with them both and says they don’t have a typewriter or a computer, and there is no way to get it in writing.

Emmick says she will have it in writing first thing tomorrow morning. He says they need these calls tonight because it is time sensitive.

She reveals that she told his father, and they all freak out as Emmick calls the father.

Writing: Mike asks for a word with them both and says they don’t have a typewriter or a computer, and there is no way to get it in writing

Writing: Mike asks for a word with them both and says they don’t have a typewriter or a computer, and there is no way to get it in writing

‘Sir, we have evidence to prosecute Monica for multiple felonies,’ as he asks why her attorney isn’t there.

Bernard says he’s there will Bill Ginsburg who’s gonna be her lawyer, as he hands him the phone.

He asks if they put her in bracelets and if she’s in custody and she says they just keep asking her to make a decision.

Lawyer: Bernard says he’s there will Bill Ginsburg who’s gonna be her lawyer, as he hands him the phone

Lawyer: Bernard says he’s there will Bill Ginsburg who’s gonna be her lawyer, as he hands him the phone

Custody: He asks if they put her in bracelets and if she’s in custody and she says they just keep asking her to make a decision

Custody: He asks if they put her in bracelets and if she’s in custody and she says they just keep asking her to make a decision

Emmick says they have been ‘negotiating’ with Lewinsky for the past 11 hours, as Ginsburg screams, ‘Negotiating? Really? Is that the new term of art for Unlawful detention?’

Emmick insists she could have left at any time, but Ginsburg says, ‘Shut the f**k up, you motherf***ing c**ksucker.’

He says he wants her full transactional immunity from prosecution in writing but Emmick says they can’t do that right now.

Negotiating: Emmick says they have been ‘negotiating’ with Lewinsky for the past 11 hours, as Ginsburg screams, ‘Negotiating? Really? Is that the new term of art for Unlawful detention?'

Negotiating: Emmick says they have been ‘negotiating’ with Lewinsky for the past 11 hours, as Ginsburg screams, ‘Negotiating? Really? Is that the new term of art for Unlawful detention?’

Shut up: Emmick insists she could have left at any time, but Ginsburg says, ‘Shut the f**k up, you motherf***ing c**ksucker'

Shut up: Emmick insists she could have left at any time, but Ginsburg says, ‘Shut the f**k up, you motherf***ing c**ksucker’

Can't: He says he wants her full transactional immunity from prosecution in writing but Emmick says they can’t do that right now

Can’t: He says he wants her full transactional immunity from prosecution in writing but Emmick says they can’t do that right now

Ginsburg says to write it up and fax it, but Emmick insists they aren’t going to use a ‘communal fax’ for something so important.

Ginsburg calls him, ‘a lying sack of shit,’ as Emmick says he doesn’t see the need to use profanity, but Ginsburg responds, ‘that makes one of us. Because the plain fact of the matter is you don’t have the power to put a single goddamn thing in writing now, do you?’

James tells Emmick to, ‘f***ing hang up on this prick,’ but Emmick tells him this is a ‘real offer’ and tomorrow they will fax it to him in writing.

Fax: Ginsburg says to write it up and fax it, but Emmick insists they aren’t going to use a ‘communal fax’ for something so important

Fax: Ginsburg says to write it up and fax it, but Emmick insists they aren’t going to use a ‘communal fax’ for something so important

Ginsburg says to put Monica back on and tells her to not say a word and just walk out the door. He says he will hop on a red eye and be there in the morning, insisting that they cannot stop her.

She hangs up the phone and tells her mother to get her coat, they’re leaving, as they leave the hotel.

Emmick asks if it’s her final decision, and she says ‘Yes. Thank you so much for everything.’

Final: Emmick asks if it’s her final decision, and she says ‘Yes. Thank you so much for everything'

Final: Emmick asks if it’s her final decision, and she says ‘Yes. Thank you so much for everything’

Monica and her mother get back to their suite at the Watergate as the mother says she’s going to make her some tea.

Monica just sits in the chair in the corner, telling her mom they can go to Canada tonight, but she says they’d stop her at the border.

Monica wants to call Betty, but she says she can’t, and she has to look out for her own life now, her own future.

She says she’s going to take a shower as she takes out a few pill bottles and a small pair of scissors.

Pills: She says she’s going to take a shower as she takes out a few pill bottles and a small pair of scissors

Pills: She says she’s going to take a shower as she takes out a few pill bottles and a small pair of scissors

Monica’s mother sneaks up and opens the door seeing her crying in the shower before walking back and slumping to the floor as the episode comes to an end.

The preview for next week’s episode reveals the President finding out about the tapes, before he makes his now-infamous statement, ‘I did not have sexual relations with that woman.’

Impeachment: American Crime Story returns with the seventh of 10 episodes, The Assassination of Monica Lewinsky, airing Tuesday, October 19 at 10 PM ET on FX.

End: Monica’s mother sneaks up and opens the door seeing her crying in the shower before walking back and slumping to the floor as the episode comes to an end

End: Monica’s mother sneaks up and opens the door seeing her crying in the shower before walking back and slumping to the floor as the episode comes to an end

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