"Like con men, spies know that in the workplace, a clipboard is as good as a skeleton key," Michael VOs. Fi sits at her table sipping a martini as Michael charges in furiously waving said clipboard, a hapless hotel employee scampering along behind him. Apparently Michael's posing as a surprise health inspector. Spouting threats, he leads the employee into the kitchen, ranting, "We've been getting more letters than the North Pole ABOUT THIS KITCHEN!" That sudden-yelling thing he does gets less scary if you just think about Austin Powers coming out of hibernation unable to control THE VOLUME OF HIS VOICE! He starts yelling at the chefs to pull lettuce heads and check expiration dates on all the meat. They've already abandoned their stations when the employee says Michael can't make them stop working without the manager present. Michael yells, "WELL THEN YOU SHOULD GO -- you know, go get the manager." Whoa, he switched it up there! A second later, he's got the kitchen to himself. Just now, out front, that guy from Gabriel's surveillance photo enters the restaurant dining room flanked by bodyguards. "Gabriel's Next Target" is how the subtitles identify him, which should tell us all we need to know about how this is going to go. Meanwhile, Michael sniffs a measuring cup, then throws its contents onto a burner, where it flares up nicely. "Restaurant kitchens have grease fires all the time," he VOs. "A little oil on a burner and you can clear out a restaurant without raising too much suspicion or causing too much damage." Or incinerating your girlfriend. Exiting the kitchen, Michael informs the employee and the newly arrived manager, "Hey, you got a grease fire in there," and heads. "Still, it's best not to stick around too long after you've set a kitchen on fire," his VO concludes. Michael walks on past Gabriel's Next Target, who Gabriel watches leave. And now he's Gabriel's Ex-Target.
Next thing we now, Gabriel's doing more lead-footed driving, telling Fi the operation's been compromised and he's shutting it down. And even though the "operation" seems to consist in its entirety of himself, Fi, and three walking Easter Island statues, it doesn't seem to occur to Gabriel that she might be the mole. They pull up at some abandoned industrial facility, and Gabriel tells her to leave her stuff in the car. "We can't risk leaving any evidence behind." But he can risk taking her along as a witness to the murder he's about to commit? She has to ditch her purse in the car, with the tracker inside. Sam and Michael are now two miles away, according to the tracker. Regarding Alan King, Michael realizes, "Gabriel's going to kill him. Or have Fi do it for him" Potato, potahto.