Where they gotta go, apparently, is to the top level of a three-story parking garage, so they can watch a condo building across the street through matching his & his opera glasses. Sam says he wouldn't blame Michael for being disoriented: "First it's your girl, now it's your childhood home." Michael says, "I never liked that house." "Yeah, but you like Fiona, right?" Sam asks. Sometimes it's worth it to ask. As they watch, O'Neill pulls up to the building in a silver Lexus and gets out, and is soon joined by his posse, all of whom are loaded for bear. Or whatever the Irish equivalent of bear is. Lough monster? I don't know. "Why does it look like the Sons of the Lucky Charms Revolution are getting ready for battle?" Sam wonders. Looking to one side, Michael sees a car pulling up around the corner from where O'Neill and his men are and quickly assesses, "Because he knows Fiona's on his tail. That's her in the sedan." From where they're standing, they can see both the Glenannes and the O'Neill crew, but the two parties can't see each other. Sam says Fi probably thinks O'Neill is going to be alone, when in fact they'll be walking into an ambush. Sam quickly dials his cell phone.
Episode Report CardM. Giant: A- | 1915 USERS: B
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