Marshall's Bedroom of Geekiness. Marsh gets into bed behind his wife and starts nuzzling her. I realize I'm supposed to believe that they've had sex before (there IS a baby, after all), but I'm not really comfortable WATCHING it. Marsh futilely tries to get Carrie interested in a little boinking, but Carrie's had applesauce flung into her hair and little-to-no sleep, so sex is furthest from her mind right now, really. Mitchell calls from his room and Marsh goes to check on him.
We switch to Rachel's house (when the hell did she get her own apartment?) and Getty's just knocked on the door. Rachel's surprised to see him and asks what's going on. He was just in the neighborhood, trying to invent a reason to stop by. Rachel invites him in and offers him something to drink and, after realizing that she doesn't have any hooch on hand, he agrees to a nice cup of coffee. "You're thinking about her, aren't you?" she says. Getty wishes he'd done things differently, wishes he could have saved his wife. Rachel says that it was Korman's doing, not his, and that he's a good man, and then Getty goes to kiss her and it's oddly awkward and DO IT ALREADY. You know, as much as I like these two actors, this plot has absolutely NOTHING to do with the rest of this finale, so I'm just going to leave it at Rachel likes Getty, Getty likes Rachel, Getty feels guilty for some weird reason and decides to leave while Rachel's getting the coffee.
Meanwhile, Carrie's grown suspicious because Marshall hasn't returned from Mitchell's room yet. She goes to check on them, and the window in Mitchell's room is open. We switch to Rachel again; she enters with two cups of coffee and no Getty anywhere in sight. There's a knock at the door and she opens it, only to find Sark outside. "It's been awhile, hasn't it?" he smarms at her. Before she can run, he slaps a hand over her mouth and we go to commercial.
When we return, Marshall's strapped to a chair in some abandoned office somewhere with a bag over his head. Peyton rips it off and Marshall's confronted with Evil Sloane. Sloane tells Marshall that Rambaldi described an underground cavern and that it had a specific stone structure inside. "I want you to find that cavern for me," says Sloane. He wants Marshall to hack into the government's ground-penetrating satellite network. "You're tasking me?" says Marshall incredulously. Heh. Marshall's all, uh, in case you don't remember, you're not my boss anymore, SHORTY. "This is not a request," says Sloane. "I will not help you," says Marshall. Sloane glances at Peyton. "Let me know when you persuade him," he says. Peyton moves to Marshall and grabs a large pair of thumb-cutters and well, uses them to cut off Marshall's thumb. At least, that's what it looks like to me. Put that thing on ice, Peyton! They can use it later!