Rachel considers this and finally reaches into her bag to get the program, pulling out the ice pick brush as if to get it out of the way so she can find the software. Peyton gives her two seconds to find the program and as Rachel goes to hand it over, she triggers the ice pick and stabs Peyton in the shoulder and kicks her gun away. "You bitch," snarls Peyton. Hee. They scuffle a bit and don't do any real damage to each other. "You shoulda given me the disk," says Peyton. "You were gonna kill me anyway," says Rachel. "Yeah," says Peyton, "but I would have felt really bad about it." She pulls a stiletto out of her leg sheath and says, "Now, it's gonna be fun." Heh. And then they fight. It's nothing terribly noteworthy, however, and it's actually kind of awkwardly shot, so I'll just leave it at "and then they fight."
A guard starts shooting at them and they dive behind some barrels as Getty and Dix show up in their chopper. Dix takes out all the guards and then, when Peyton eyes Rachel's dropped purse, Dix aims the gun right at her and she...just runs away and jumps off the rig. Well, that was effective. Getty lands the chopper on the helipad and Rachel climbs aboard as the Strings of See, She Really CAN Get The Job Done play us out to the break.
Random Baddie Warehouse #23. Gordo's just standing there with his back to the camera. Sloane slams in and bitches that he told Gordo that none of his people were supposed to get hurt. "I do what I want, when I want," says Gordo. "Now where is it?" "You didn't trust me and you nearly ruined the entire operation," snaps Sloane. "I want the weapon," returns Gordo. "You don't get to have it," says Sloane in the same tone of voice my father used to use with me when I kept begging for another bomb pop after dinner. "That's my price for your mistake." "My mistake?" shouts Gordo. "I'm not the one responsible for a hundred thousand deaths. I'm not the one dangling on the end of a fishhook. I'm the one who decides if the little fish gets thrown back into the pond or if it gets flushed down the toilet. Am I being clear?" "Yoooou doooon't geeeet Vak's weapon," snarls Sloane. "How's your daughter?" asks Gordo. "Nadia has nothing to do with this," says Sloane. "Oh, yes she does," says Gordo. "I want a copy of the lasso software on my desk first thing tomorrow morning." Ouch. He is SO dead when Sloane gets his shit together at the end of the season.