Pinky chases them down a hall, shooting at them all the while. Somehow, he misses every shot. Rebecca and Hauser escape through a security door, leaving Pinky to wail in frustration. Donovan tries to calm him down, but Pinky is intent on revenge. He sets his sights on Doc.
Back in the Hub, Rebecca is trying to make Hauser get some medical attention for his wound. He's all, "I'm fine! The bullet went right through!" Rebecca's ready to get back into the fight, but Hauser stops her. "They have Doc!" she says, except it totally sounds like "duck" the way she says it. Hauser warns her that they'll surely kill Doc if she goes after them, guns blazing. Plus they still have, like, 15 minutes of episode to kill. Hauser suggests they figure out who the men are and then they'll know how to go after them.
Chet helps Doc escape from his cell just in time to run into Pinky and Donovan. Pinky smashes Doc's face into the floor. Donovan makes him stop so they can use Doc as a hostage.
Meanwhile, Rebecca and Hauser go to the storage room and dig out the brothers' boxes. She sees from their files that they pulled off "high risk, high reward bank jobs," including a Federal Reserve building. Hauser takes out a little med kit and seals up his bullet wound with some kind of powder that sizzles like Pop Rocks. Hauser picks up on the Federal Reserve thing and says the brothers are looking for gold. Rebecca remembers reading about a stash of Civil War gold in Doc's books, but thought it was an urban legend. How does any of this help them? Pinky issues an ultimatum via one of the security cameras. He says he wants "blondie" or he'll start cutting off pieces of her friend. Rebecca thinks she can separate Donovan from Pinky, because Donovan doesn't want her dead. Except for that time he tried to kill her ten minutes ago.
Flashback. The brothers make their way to a heavy door in one of the island's tunnels. It's not the door that leads to that "subterranean visitant." The brothers realize that the keys they have are all wrong for these locks. They also realize they're not alone: Warden James, Tiller and Ray Archer have come up in the tunnel behind them. The brothers find themselves staring down three gun barrels. James commends them on the complexity of their plans. "You dipped your pens into the inkwell of daring and creativity! Only one problem--you stole the wrong keys." He reaches into his pocket and pulls out the unimpressive-looking keys they should have stolen. Tiller looks a little confused himself as he takes the brothers back to their cells. "Congratulations, officer," James says to Archer. "You just stopped one of Alcatraz's most daring escape attempts!" Ray scoffs. "Sir, it's obvious they were only interested in getting behind that door." How were they planning to get the gold off the island? Warden James continues to insist that their goal was escape. Ray finally gives in. Warden James invites him to dinner that night. Don't order the steak!