Michael is helping Paul move out of his apartment. Looks like with the protection Cowley arranged for him, he'll be heading up to Newport, as Paul Vandermark (having to refer to his new driver's license to remember the name, which is an awesome sign). Michael holds up a big old iron skeleton key from Paul's junk drawer and wonders about the story behind it. Paul claims to have forgotten. Rather than letting it drop, because after all this probably has to do with spy stuff, Michael looks at him a long time and asks, "It's not just when you drink, is it?" Nice job, there, Michael -- you almost let him escape with a little dignity. Paul says that in the end, all you have are your stories. Or, failing that, a big old giant skeleton key with a story you can't remember. Better write those memoirs fast, Paul.
Harv meets Fi in the hotel bar and hands her a folder. It contains not only the name of the bank that was almost robbed, but also a security log of the building where Jesse used to work, right up until the day Michael got him burned. It clearly shows discrepancies that seem to indicate that someone else had a copy of Jesse's security card, although apparently that's not enough to get Jesse his job back. But Harv advises Fi to get a hold of the security footage, and she'll find out who did this to Jesse. As soon as he leaves, Fi crumples the sheet in her hand. But doesn't she want to know who burned Jesse?
At the loft, Jesse, Michael, and Fi are going over photos from the bank in question, which looks like a juicy lead. Jesse invites them to go scope out the bank, but they beg off for tonight. Sensing a weird vibe, Jesse heads out. They can always research failed bank jobs tomorrow.