Skeevy Darrell Hammond gets into an SUV and plugs in some latitude, but no longitude. That's not very good direction, now, is it?
Phil and Dave are meeting again and Phil asks what Dave's verdict is on Sam. Dave says he's a hell of a singer, but Phil asks about the position. Dave thanks him for making the introduction, but they're leaning in a different direction now. Phil wonders, "More conservative?" Dave says, "More you," adding that Phil's a brilliant manager. Phil doesn't know. Dave says that the two of them both grew up in finance and made a mint, but Dave says he didn't get to where he is now until he went to Washington. Phil wonders where Dave is now, exactly, and Dave says, "connected." Phil doesn't see himself in government, so Dave suggests he stays a year or two and then jumps back into the private sector. Phil hates politics, but Dave says this isn't about politics; it's about power and influence. He says, "You're rich, Phil, but what's next?" Is this really how rich people think and talk? "I have money, now how can I get more power?" God, I really hope not. But Phil looks thoughtful. Dave asks him to kick it around. Phil will consider it, but he's not making any promises.
Patty walks into Ellen's agents' boss's office. He tells her it's a pleasure to meet her, and offers her a seat, but she's not interested. She's just here to tell him that she holds the FBI responsible for the death of Uncle Pete. He says he's sorry, but he doesn't know what she's referring to. She calls bullshit and tells him that he can tell whoever's calling the shots in Washington that she's onto them: "The Bureau may be watching me, but I'm also watching you." He tells her he gets that she's upset, but she might want to check her tone. She leans in and tells him this investigation is corrupt and when she proves it, his career will be over. He says she doesn't want to threaten him, and she says she doesn't make threats. This is war. She leaves, and then we see him on the phone telling someone that Patty Hewes came to see him. He asks what to do. We don't see who's on the other end, but I'm pretty sure it's Kendrick or someone in his camp.