Once Michael and his passengers are safe, they pull over somewhere to ditch the car, which looks like they've been carpooling with Sonny Corleone and Bonnie & Clyde. "You have a few things to straighten out before we get into business together," Michael understates. Tony's so pissed off about Felix having tried to kill him that he doesn't wonder why. Michael says they're going to leave Miami for a while and give Tony a chance to clean house, as Sam pulls up behind them in the Charger. "There's our ride," Michael says without turning around. As they pull out, Tony is already wanting to get on the phone to "take care of this cat." Cat? Ooh, brr!
After a quick change of clothes, Michael and Sam head over to the football field for the wrap-up: Sean says that Felix and his crew left town rather than wait around for Tony to find them. Lame. I liked it better when Michael got the bad guys killed. For now, he just says, "It's probably safe to park in that part of town for a while." Sean hands them not two but three tickets. "I heard there was a lady doing most of the work." Well, yes, but on a different subplot. And Michael will probably just scalp his tickets anyway, if he can find a Dolphins fan willing to part with enough yogurt. Corey and Tanya show up to thank Sam and Michael for their help. I assume that's for his help getting rid of Felix, and not for giving them lung cancer by making them hang around Madeline and turning Corey's car into a cheese grater. Sam responds that if Corey ever ends up at the Super Bowl, he wants tickets. "I want to be sitting on a goal post." Which sounds uncomfortable, if you ask me.
With that taken care of, Michael gets a call on his cell from Fi, who has found the bomber's house. Michael says he's on his way. Fi reports that the signs indicate nobody's been living there for a while. "I think I may go in and poke around while I'm waiting," she says. Michael tries to call her off, but she sneers, "You think I've never broken into a house before?" Michael just settles for telling her to be careful, which I'm sure will go equally unheeded. She hangs up without giving him the address, and heads across the street.
As she picks the lock in the front door to let herself in, the subject of Michael's VO indicates that something's about to go down. "When you booby-trap someone else's place, you put the trigger in the door or just inside, so the odds of tripping it are much higher. If you rig your own place, the trigger has to be farther inside so you can safely enter." Which Fi has by now done. Michael adds that a tripwire is quick and dirty. "But a contact plate under the rug is completely undetectable." Until, that is, we hear Fi stepping on it. She must be wearing super-heavy shoes. Because it triggers, and suddenly every light fixture in the room explodes, igniting walls which have clearly been soaked with some kind of accelerant. Which I can only assume is odorless, because even Fi's not that stupid, is she? "There's a reason they call it a firetrap," Michael concludes as she looks worriedly around the burning room. Looks like someone put the "Fi" in "firetrap."