Now it's Madeline's turn to visit Michael in the hospital, and she says that he'll be convalescing at her place, since Fi has termites (or rather, her place does, I feel the need to clarify), and Jesse moved out of Madeline's garage, so it's now vacant. Michael reminds her he has a loft, but she reminds him of the stairs that could be deadly in his condition. He gives in when she threatens to deploy the tears, but I'm still wondering if Burn Notice ran into shooting problems near the Miami riverfront after all. I know it was a near thing a couple of seasons ago, but I thought it was resolved. And yet we won't be seeing Michael's place, Fi's old place, or even the Carlito in this episode. Fishy. Of course we'll know the show really has location problems if we ever get to see where Sam lives. Madeline asks Michael when this will stop, when suddenly there's a code orange called over the intercom, giving Michael an excuse to take off limping at top speed. Michael runs into Sam, who's already gotten the scoop from a security officer: apparently there was an explosion nearby that killed four people. "We need to talk to someone who was there," Michael says, like this is their job. They go down to the ER to try to intercept some of the wounded as they're being wheeled in, but the only person in any condition to talk, is one victim's sister. She doesn't know much, except that she doesn't think it was an accident. "I told Walt not to work for a slimebag like Dale. It was a matter of time before something like this." That would be Dale Lawson, the kidnapper from the previous episode, now dead. She says someone needs to bring the bomber to justice. "Someone will," Michael promises, already having a good idea of who did it. She goes in to join her wounded brother, and her new subtitle that treads "Alicia -- The Client." Back in the receiving area, Sam and Michael are already thinking that Adam Scott (the client from the previous episode, whose daughter Dale Lawson kidnapped) must have been behind it, and he might be just getting started. Michael pulls out his IV and says, "Time to get back to work." He needs to talk to his boss about disability or something, jeez.
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.