Michael is working at the loft when Sam comes in, giving him a hard time for not locking the door. "That sociopath is still out there." As are any number of others; leaving the front door open is pretty careless for someone who eats, sleeps, and works out with a gun always in reach. Michael doesn't think Larry will come after him, but Sam interprets Larry's use of Michael's as Larry being pissed off at Michael. "No, that was just his way of saying hands off my operation, sit this one out," Michael says, as though he hasn't sufficiently shown off his fluency in Larry-nese this week. Sam gives Michael a newspaper article about a pharmacy across from Larry's hotel that burned down the night before, which they figured Larry did to cover up his theft of something. "He always did like his poisons," Michael murmurs. Sam wonders what Larry's plan is, and Michael figures that the combination of the poison plus the fact that he told Drew to have the money ready by 1:00 means that he's going to hit Jeannie at her lunch. As he pulls a big folding sniper rifle out of his bottom desk drawer, Sam seriously asks, "Look, you want me to do it?" Michael declines. "It should be me." Yes, it should. But "should" doesn't always mean "will."
Michael goes back to Drew's office with a copy of his own dossier, just to show him how scary a guy "Michael Westen" is. He explains to Drew that Larry (who Drew still thinks is Michael) will kill Drew as soon as he pays him, since Drew has seen his face. Drew wants to run again, which the real Michael says is a good idea. "But you should make damn sure Michael Westen is dead before you do that...by serving him up to me." Michael tells Drew to have the money ready to give to "Michael" (who is actually Larry) according to his instructions, and "Larry" (who is actually Michael) will take "Michael" (who is actually Larry) down. Then Drew can run. See what I mean about this recap becoming confusing? Michael adds, "If you ever come back again, I will find you...because you've seen my face, and I don't like you."
Fi's in the museum's lunch crowd, on her Bluetooth to Sam, who's insisting that Larry has to be there even if she doesn't see him. He gives her a description: "He's tall, dyes his hair, face like a ferret." Finally Fi spots Larry, gladhanding the crowd in a black suit and tie as though he knows everyone there. She tells Sam that Larry's good, and fairly handsome. "He's all right, I guess," Sam agrees. "He's no Campbell, though." And here's when we see that Sam is wearing a paramedic's uniform. "Who is?" Fi agrees. "He's the only boyfriend I've ever had who comes with his own ambulance." And we see that Campbell is in fact there with Sam, in the back of said ambulance. As Fi watches, Larry pulls out a little Binaca sprayer and spritzes Jeannie's fork. Fi reports this to Sam, who responds, "You might want to tell Jeannie she's about to have a heart attack." The lunch chimes sound, and before Fi rings off, Sam warns her, "Don't be a hero here. You have a problem, you let me know." He pulls out his gun to cock it, and Campbell nervously asks him, "So, are you a soil scientist, too?" "Oh, yeah," Sam assures him. "Big time."