Agent Apathy goes on to say something about a contingency plan that the CIA has come up with to keep Willage safe. The plan, apparently, involves either witness protection or recruitment. Oh, please. These are the choices? Syd's not down with the recruitment option. Vaughn's all, well, I don't really care what you're down with, okay? They bicker back and forth about Willage's status in the spy world. The whole scene ends with Sydney blubbering on about how Vaughn gets to tell people that he works for the CIA, while she has to come up with whoppers about international banking and hiking in the mountains. Syd says that, now that Willage knows the truth, he'll never trust her again. "You should have seen his face in Paris," she says. "It was like he was looking at a stranger." "But he wasn't," says Vaughn. "He was looking at you. Maybe for the first time. He was looking at you." Pass the tissues, okay? No, not because I'm gonna cry. Because I'm just about to HURL ALL OVER MY KEYBOARD and I'll need the tissues to clean up the mess. Shut up, Agent Amorous.
Hotel Room Of Cast Members Who Really Should Only Be Wearing Their Boxer Shorts Right Now. Syd enters, looking rather weepy. Willage sort of glances at her and then looks away. He makes some small talk about the hotel room. Syd's all, I told you NOT to pursue this story, honey. Willage is all, yeah, I know. Sorry. I'm a dumb shit. Should I take off my pants now? Syd's all, no, not yet. But thanks for the offer. You do know that Danny was killed because I told him about me, right? And they were gonna kill me too.
Light dawns on yonder Willage and he suddenly realizes that this was why Syd asked for his sister's passport. Syd walks over to the bed while she blithers on about Willage having questions and how she can't answer them. She sits as Willage blathers on about going after the story because of Dead Danny. Yawn. Take off yer pants, Bradley! TAKE 'EM OFF! That'll at least give me SOME reason to keep watching this dribbly little scene. As yet another selection from "The Womb Collection" plays, Willage sits next to Sydney and tells her he's never going to speak to ANYONE about this and how sad her life must be and how much he just loves her. She thanks him, and he thanks her for saving his life. Like, it's a poignant scene and everything but, uh, it would be greatly improved if Bradley Cooper were pants-less at the moment.
Meanwhile, Arvin's at the hospital, and he's getting info that Sark's landed in Geneva. He gives the go-ahead to apprehend Sark, and gets off the phone. Back at the hotel, Willage is asking the agents behind the mirror if he can get a burger or something. The agents don't respond.