Masari leaves the room and gets on his cell phone. It's Sark, saying that his sources tell him things got complicated in Spain. He's sitting in an Apple Store office, across from his old boss, Arvin Sloane. Heh. These two together just kill me. Masari asks Sark what he knows about Spain, and Sark says he knows everything and that there's an international search underway for the intelligence officers Masari has in his custody. Masari thanks him for the info, and then Sark says that he has a proposition. The agents are worth some serious cash, so he, Sark, would be willing to take them off of Masari's hands. Masari's like, uh, yeah, I can't be bothered with that. I'm just going to kill them and go get a smoothie. Sloane tells Sark to do whatever it takes and Sark gets back on the phone and says, "Benjamin, you have many enemies. Given what I know, I could broker a pretty good deal for myself." "Are you threatening me?" asks Masari. Sark says he's just a businessman, nothing more. Masari says he'll expect him in the next 24 hours at his Tunisian compound.
Dix and Syd discuss Sark's intel and Syd leaps up to start arranging transport to Tunisia. Dix calmly tells her that she can't go to Tunisia; Jack wouldn't want her to. "I can't lose him," says Syd. "You won't," says Dix. We head off to Tunisia with Dix driving a big-ass truck and Getty riding shotgun. In the back, Sark and Rachel discuss sexual positions and which ones are their favorites. Rachel hands Sark a locator so that they can get the exact location of Jack and Caroline once he finds them. Sark smoothly tells her that he imagines she feels to blame for all of this, but she shouldn't. "I'm very good at what I do," he snakes. Heh. Rachel ignores him and gives him instructions on how to use the locator. "I must admit, you're quite fetching in black," he smirks. "I. Will. Gag. You," she spits. Heh. Sark makes a face like, "I don't know that I wouldn't quite enjoy that, actually." Hee. "Does this mean we can't be friends?" quips Sark. Rachel just glares at him and looks away. Yeah, I don't think so, Julian.
The truck stops, and everyone but Dixon gets out. Rachel and Getty head off and Sark gets in the passenger's seat. Back with Syd, she's just hanging up the phone when Marshall enters, saying he heard the phone ring. Syd says that it wasn't the Appleseed Gang, and looks dejected. Marshall asks if she wouldn't care for some company while she waits. Aw. Syd says that she'd like that. Aw, again. Back in Tunisia, Dix pulls the truck inside the compound and Sark gets out, saying that Masari's expecting him. Rachel and Getting are strapped to the bottom of the truck, which is actually billowing smoke from the engine. Sark snits something at Dixon about how, if he expects to get paid, he should have the truck fixed by the time he comes back. Dix tries to make friends with the guards by saying something about how Sark thinks he still lives in the colonies. Sark heads inside, and Dix tends to the truck.