Oh, his wife, for sure. And poor little adolescent Eliza Dushku too. But Tia's character was just asking
do be dropped off a bridge in a limo.
What bugs me, though, is the part early in the movie where Tom Arnold's character refers to Carrere's with a sexist epithet rhyming with "ditch" long before he has any reason to suspect she's a villain. He casually, gratuitously denigrates her for no other reason than that she's female. That was jarring to me.