Curtis and Potato Face enter the briefing room as Driscoll is recapping what we know from the last hour. Potato Face in particular knows it, better than anyone in fact, and she makes a huge show of looking bored and annoyed while Driscoll explains that Potato Face's good friend was kidnapped, about to be killed somewhere to the northeast, apparently saved by Kiefer, and brought to the hospital. If this show ever puts Potato Face out in the field as a secret agent in any capacity whatsoever, I'm officially calling bullshit unless she blows it as badly as she's blowing this. And if she ever turns out to be a mole I'm totally out. Curtis assigns Lispy Skip to satellite surveillance, and Special Agent Breck is supposed to "coordinate with the NSA." Whatever that means. I don't especially like Special Agent Breck, at least not yet, but I do feel kind of bad that she never gets to finish anything before somebody throws some random task at her. And that's the end of the briefing. No wonder Curtis didn't want to wait for Potato Face; these briefings are brief indeed. I've been at meetings where we've waited for latecomers for longer than that entire meeting lasted. Every meeting I've ever been to, in fact. As the meeting breaks up, Driscoll pulls Potato Face aside and expresses her sympathy about Witless. Potato Face manages a suspicious "thanks" and pouts back to her desk. It's 10:07:13.
Driscoll heads right to Special Agent Breck and tells her to monitor Potato Face's system. Yes, even Driscoll picked up on Potato Face's lack of reaction to the news about Witless, which told her that Potato Face has been in touch with Kiefer. Potato Face is the worst spy ever.