After the break, Syd and Craggy enter some storage room. Syd can't believe it's him, whoever that is. I mean, of course, we all KNOW it's her long-lost love because we've all seen the previews and read the forums but right now, let's pretend that we DON'T know who the hell he is. Anyway, Syd wants to know what they're doing in this storage room. Craggy speed-talks some gobbledy-gook that I have no interest in transcribing. They make their way over to some steel cylinder thingy, and Craggy punches in a code. He swings the door open and they come face to face with the frozen body of Wexler. The hell? Kasineau has the guy killed, but keeps him around like a side of beef? WhatEVER.
Syd and Craggy figure out that Wexler still has the chip somewhere on him, most likely INSIDE of him. Craggy whips out (shut up!) a swing knife and cuts his partner open. Meanwhile, Dix runs outside and tries to let their driver know the deal, only to discover that the driver's dead as a doornail. A baddie shows up, and Dix tussles with him. After killing the baddie, Dix gets on the horn and tells Syd to abort because the Russians knew they were coming. Syd tells him to hang tight a sec, 'cuz they almost have the chip. Then there's a sort of overly graphic moment where Craggy's digging his hands into his partner's frozen chest. Like, it's totally obvious that it's latex, but it's still gross.
After Craggy can't find the chip in his partner's stomach, Syd posits that it may be lodged in Wexler's esophagus. Craggy asks Syd to help him spread (hee!) Wexler's chest open so that they can go diving into the esophagus. They have a little "ironic small talk" about how they've both been, and Syd nabs the chip.
Syd and Craggy make their way through the ballroom, only to discover that the Russian baddies are onto them and heading directly for them. Craggy thinks fast (and smart) and cuts the cord to the net that holds a bunch of balloons. The balloons tumble down onto the dance floor, affording Syd and Craggy the opportunity to get the hell outta Dodge. They run outside, and Dixon rumbles up in a horse-drawn carriage. "I'm not gonna ask," says Sydney. Don't worry, we won't either. We've learned, by now, not to ask questions that may jeopardize our enjoyment of this program by shedding the harsh light of reality onto ridiculous plot contrivances. Syd and Craggy get into the carriage as Craggy claps Dix on the shoulder and says, "Dixon." Dixon looks confused and says, "Noah?" They drive off.