Meanwhile, Sarah and Casey are checking into Karl's story. She finds the finger to be a positive match for Wesley. And Casey's spying on the compound where Wesley's being held. He's dressed in full-on cheeseball hunting gear: bright orange camo vest (an oxymoron?), a brown hat with flaps, and a rifle slung over his shoulder. He tells Sarah Wesley's being held in a guarded compound. Then, to see how well-protected the place is, he blows on a duck call. Some guards run out, and he pretends he's just hunting (but, just for the record, from someone who's married to a hunter, a waterfowl hunter would not wear a bright orange vest, and would not be wandering around, but rather sitting in a blind, waiting). Clearly the guards don't know any more about hunting than Casey does, though. It gives him a chance to count ten guards at the entrance. He lets Sarah know, and she says there has to be another way in. He growls that he'll find it if there is.
Sarah's iPhone rings. It says "Gertrude Verbanski," and she answers it sounding puzzled. I'm also puzzled, because why does she have Gertrude's number in her phone? Then she's at Verbanski Corp., a big, hulking compound with tons of people training and fighting all over the place. She finds Gertrude in her office, where there's also a gun on display that says "Taken in Action" from John Casey in Minsk. Gertrude offers Sarah a job, and says Carmichael Industries doesn't offer anything but a former colonel and a CEO with skinny arms. Sarah scoffs, and tells her they both know she's not leaving her husband's company, so why is she really here... is it because Gertrude wants to get to John Casey? Gertrude doesn't say anything, but she looks a little guilty. Gertrude tells her she should leave her company, which is obviously failing. Sarah tells her that she hoped this could be a cooperation between their businesses, but if it's competition she's after, Gertrude can have it. Sarah leaves her by telling her not to expect Sarah to mount anything of Gertrude's in her office when this is all over. "It's just tacky." Yeah, good luck taking down a giant CORP with your tiny, four-person Industries.