When we come back, Michael sits up from the floor in the now-clear air, yelling Fiona's name with his first conscious breath. Across the room, Sam and Madeline are doing some emergency field surgery on Sean on the bare hardwood. As Michael struggles to his feet, asking where Fiona is, Sam apologizes for giving Michael the short end of the wound triage. "Broken ribs weren't a priority. You were breathing steady.... I got here, found Sean, called Maddie." Who doesn't seem as angry as you'd think that Sean's Irish blood has ruined her white slacks. They explain that Sean refused to go to the hospital because it would mean they'd never find Fi. As opposed to this course of action, which tied up the entire conscious and non-kidnapped half of the team (and that's if you count Madeline as part of the team, which I think we're supposed to start doing) with patching him up "How did O'Neill find the safe house?" Sam wonders out loud, but Michael's already out the door. I think he's got the same theory I do.
O'Neill's convoy, consisting of his Lexus and a black SUV, pulls into a fenced-in area surrounding what looks like an abandoned boat chartering business near the water. Well, of course it's near the water, where else would it be? O'Neill roughly hauls Fi (now with a bag over her head and her hands tied behind her back) out of the back of the SUV, jauntily calling her "sweetheart" and dragging her into the shack.
Michael, meanwhile, did indeed have the same thought I did, because he has gone straight to Strickler's place, only to find him on the phone.