So things are nicely wrapped up. Later, April tells Fi that she's gotten full custody, what with Erik being locked up in the mental hospital. Fi gives her the $40,000 of the hit fee that Erik paid in advance, in its entirety, minus ZERO for commission and ZERO for expenses. I hope they're not counting on actually collecting the second forty grand from him at this point. April thanks Fi and looks over to where Michael and Joey are leaning coolly against the Charger, the latter carefully imitating the posture of the former. Michael asks Joey if the kid will be all right, and Joey says that his mom thinks he's a delinquent. Well, Joey, you have tried to steal not one but two guns in the last hour. Michael assures Joey that it's possible for "delinquents" to turn out okay, in such obvious terms that Joey asks, "So you're saying I should eat a lot of yogurt?" Joey asks. "Can't hurt," Michael says.
In the tag, there's some more denouement exposition, and Sam reads from the newspaper that Quinn's under investigation. They notice that Michael's been unusually pensive, which Sam tries to help by advertising the low-calorie beer we just saw another commercial for during the break. I'll skip that part, since I don't recap commercials. Michael heads out to "follow up on that Strickler business." Sam, meanwhile, sells some more beer.
Michael returns to Garza's hangar to retrieve his network analyzer, but when he closes the access panel, Garza himself is standing there, pointing his gun at him and telling him to put it down. Michael is not fazed. "Find out anything about Strickler?" he asks in a friendly voice. Well, Garza did and he didn't. "I've spent the last four days dealing with reporting procedures for six different U.S. intelligence outfits. Including one I didn't know existed. That's in between the calls, e-mails, meetings." Michael repeats the question, and Garza threatens to transform Michael from "the burned spy I hate to the anonymous burglar I shot. I've got a career to think about here." Michael hands over the device. "I just needed to know how connected Strickler is," he says. "I'm pretty sure you just answered my question." And earned a free network analyzer into the bargain.