Apparently they hang out there for the rest of the day, even changing their clothes at one point, because they're all dressed in dark colors by the time we've rejoined them after sunset. "When you want to create fear, it's best to keep it simple," Michael VOs. They're watching Erik walk out of his building to the abandoned parking lot now. "The same things people are afraid of as kids [Michael hits a button on the cell phone in his hand, and a rank of streetlights goes out behind Erik] scare them as adults." Erik walks on, slightly more unnerved when the streetlights directly above him go out next. "Fear of the dark, for example." He gets into his car, and Michael hits the button again, killing Erik's dome light and deactivating the starter. Erik gets out of his car to dial his cell phone, but Sam's ready with the jammer. "Fear of being alone," Michael VOs as Erik fails to get a signal. "And above all," the VO concludes as Fi readies a BFG, "fear of the unknown." Something wrong with fear of getting shot? Sam revs the engine and triggers an entire deer-blinding light package, then pulls out as Fi fires bursts of live ammunition out the window. Erik sprints for the cover of the building, pursued by ricochets off the pavement, and dives back inside. While Fi goes out to "collect the toys," Michael gets a call from Erik, which he answers as Pete. They agree that they have to talk, now that they're both being pursued by the worst drive-by killers in history. I'm not sure how many of those things we just saw count as separate, individual things that the police can't do, so I'm just going to round it up to a dozen.
Next day, Michael meets Erik at a seaside restaurant, and gets to listen to the end of a call haranguing his lawyer about getting the kids from April. You know, just in case we forget what Michael is doing this for. Of course Michael is feigning disinterest in the whole thing, as much as he might want to feed Erik his cell phone right now. "You have my money?" Michael asks as soon as Erik hangs up. Erik doesn't, and says they came after him too. However, his plan is not to refund "Pete's" money as requested, but team up with him to find out who's after them. Michael insists that they run, but Erik's not budging. "You'll get your money when we figure out the problem." Michael is completely disgusted and frustrated by this idiot, which is good, because once again, he gets to use his real emotions as part of his cover.