Mocking Michael for thinking he can politely ask Scott to call off his vendetta, Fi drives Michael over to Scott's place. "I didn't say I'd be polite," Michael adds. Inside Scott's home office -- which is totally different from the one he was working out of just one episode ago, raising my suspicions even further that the show's now shooting in Vancouver -- "Scott -- Former Vengeful Client" comes out, surprised to see them, and especially Michael in his condition. "It's not like I almost got blown up on South Beach," Michael downplays it. Scott says he was at a bar at the time: "It's called an alibi." Fi's not amused, but neither is Scott. "I wish I had killed him. I wish I'd been there to watch him burn. But I didn't do it." Fi figures he probably put one of his scummy clients up to it. Scott gets bored and orders them thrown out, although it doesn't happen without a goon putting a hand on Michael's bandaged arm and Fi drawing a gun on the goon. As they leave, Michael tells Scott to enjoy the time with his daughter. "Prison visits are hard on kids." Ooh, cold.
Fi's helping Michael into Madeline's house when they spot Vaughn, waiting for them outside. Rather bold of him, considering the reason Michael's in such bad shape is that Vaughn's people crashed his little party with Barrett. Still, he wants one minute with Michael, "then you never have to see me again. Ever, if you don't want to." The subtitles remind us that he's "Vaughn -- Persona Non Grata." "Next time you show up unannounced, Vaughn, nobody will ever see you again," Fi threatens. Vaughn's here to apologize and to warn Michael to lay low, with all the investigations going on. Vaughn says he's leaving Miami. "I don't get that option, do I?" Michael says, like he doesn't own a car, and Vaughn slimes that it's time to say goodbye, but someone will be in touch, "when the dust settles." How will that ever happen, with all the explosions on this show?
As Michael and Fi enter the house, the subject moves to Fi and Sam's theory on who took what they're now calling the NOC list, Mission: Impossible style. They think some random goon from Barrett's security team snagged it, and there's one guy named Sweeney unaccounted for. "Doesn't exactly sound like a supervillain... you know, cool name," Michael says. And in any case, he's more interested in tracking the South Beach Bomber first.