Fi's at an outdoor bar with a skinny little Latino dude as Michael VOs, "Orchestrating a fake sighting isn't a job that calls for subtlety. It's not enough to dress an impostor in the right clothes." Speaking of which, I'm assuming that's only a copy of the shirt Justino was killed in, because the original was bloodier than a Saw movie. The guy asks Fi (with whom he is clearly smitten) how he's doing, and the subtitles identify him as "Fake Justino -- The Imposter." Wow, what were the chances that Fi knew someone named Fake Justino? Fi flirts with him as the VO continues, "You need to make grand gestures and attract attention to colorful details." So Fi makes a big fake deal of Fake Justino's fake tattoo to the bartender, and then loudly announces to the whole bar that "my friend Justino" is buying the next round, having just come into a lot of money. Cheers all around. "Do it right, and witnesses will swear they saw a dead man buying drinks," the VO concludes. Just when Fake Justino thinks this is going great, Fi sticks some cash in his shirt pocket and tells him to take a trip to the Keys. "And burn the clothes," she adds. Hey, the shirt isn't that ugly. Fake Justino looks a little hurt as he leaves, but he'll live. Presumably.
Michael VOs as we see Carlos walking to his parked car, "Every class of criminal has his own set of fears. Usually the boogeyman lives in the mirror. Thieves triple-lock their doors. Embezzlers check their bank accounts obsessively. And cartel soldiers," he says, as Carlos tries and fails to start his car, "get the hell out of any car that won't start right away." Carlos is in the middle of trying to jump clear of the car -- which does not blow up -- when Michael appears out of nowhere and pins him to the side of it. "Michael Westen, good to meet you," he says, disarming Carlos handily and sticking a bill in his mouth. Yuck, who knows where that's been? "You think I have the money? That's all the money I have!" Michael yells. Carlos is pissed at Michael for robbing him but Michael insists it was Justino. "I never even heard of you until I got wind some cartel lackey wanted me dead!" Carlos doesn't believe Justino would betray, him, but Michael releases him and tells him Justino was spotted at a bar five hours ago throwing money around. "He's probably gonna blow town." Carlos seems half-convinced, and plans to go check it out. Michael threatens, "Trust the wrong sicario again, and next time your car doesn't start, you might not be missing a spark plug." He tosses Carlos said spark plug and walks away. Always has to get in the last threat, doesn't he?