Milovan gets the pillowcase pulled off his head to find himself kneeling in the bathtub, with duct tape over his mouth. Using an entirely too-loud voice, Sam explains to him, "I'm gonna pull the tape off, and you're gonna scream. And you're gonna keep screaming until we shoot. Now you make a noise after we shoot, we're going to have to shoot you for real, you understand?" Milovan does, and luckily for everyone involved, he's suddenly come over all cooperative. When Sam removes the tape, he starts begging, loudly enough for Natalie to hear from her room. She also hears Michael's cold-sounding speech, and a bunch of gunshots (which go into the tub surround, like Sam's buddy's going to love that). Sam oversells it, saying Milovan's leg is moving, and some more shots ensue. Meanwhile, Fi, keeping up the pretense of the sympathetic captor, enters Natalie's room, uncuffs her, and gives her the keys to the Buick. Then she picks up a big chair, and throws it through the giant window (clearly, Sam is never going to get to use this villa again) as Michael VOs, "Spies don't keep a lot of prisoners. When you hold someone, you only learn what they tell you. Let them go, and you can learn what they do and where they go." Still in character as the helpless hostage, Natalie thanks Fi for her help and flees.
The team runs out to the driveway in time to see Natalie peeling out in the Buick as Michael VOs, "Anyone with training can detect a tail from a single car." "We need new transportation," he says to his mates, looking back at the Charger and the Saab still in the driveway, "Let's go." The VO continues, "Pros watch for anyone who makes the same turns or runs too many yellow lights," as they split up to hotwire some cars. "To beat a pro, then, you need a team."
Part of that team turns out to be Barry, who is already in position, fiddling under the hood of his car by the side of the road. Natalie passes him in the Buick, apparently failing to recognize the rightful owner of the ledger she not only stole, but has been wearing handcuffs for the past day and night rather than give back. Michael's VO continues, "It's best to start a tail midway along your target's route, when they're sure no one's following. To do that, you need someone down the road to give you a heads-up." As apparently prearranged during the moments of panic when Sam and Michael were rushing back to the villa to save Fi's life, Barry calls Michael to tell him she went thataway.