Hale takes Kat to his mansion in New York. Notice we specified which mansion this is: the New York one, of course. His family has more houses than a Monopoly board.
Anyway, while there, the butler, Marcus, brings Kat and Hale some sandwiches. Then Hale tells Kat that he has a message for her from her Uncle Eddie: "He's got to give them back" (3.33). These people are cryptic, alright. We have no idea who "he" or "them" are at this point.
Hale elaborates eventually. It seems that Kat's dad, Bobby Bishop, stole a bunch of paintings from Arturo Taccone. Normally this wouldn't be a problem, as we're guessing this family is usually pretty good at theiving, but Taccone, "he's a whole different kind of bad" (3.44). (Different than what? The Michael Jackson song?)
In the middle of the night, Marcus, the Alfred to Hale's Bruce Wayne, brings Kat a plane ticket to Paris. And away she goes.