Billie explains that she contacted ATF to get info on the Russians, and that ATF told her that Dallas (formerly known as "Shady Guy") was already on the job. Dallas is apparently an "undercover superstar." He always works alone and always makes the case. Van says that Dallas enjoyed blowing their cover, and Deaq doesn't care for whom the guy works. Billie reveals that Dallas cut off contact with his handlers two months ago. ATF is worried, since the whole case is in Dallas's hands. So Billie suggested that Deaq and Van tail Dallas and figure out if he's dirty. If he is, ATF will pull him out, and if he isn't, Van and Deaq will partner with him and split the bust. Van tells Billie to write this down and save it, because when it comes true, he'll look like a genius: "I don't care how good Dallas is. I don't want my life or Deaq's in his hands." That's not really a prediction, is it? It would have made more sense if he'd said, "Dallas will get us killed" or "Dallas will put us in major danger because he's crazy."
Dallas and the Russians walk out of some club. Dimitri talks to someone on a cell phone and promises to get some money that he's owed by a gentleman named Wisdom Bailey; then he throws the phone in frustration. Deaq and Van watch from across the street. Deaq bets that Dimitri is on drugs. Van takes the bet. Dimitri tells Dallas that Nikolai will be there soon, and that they need to get the money from Bailey; then he takes a big snort of coke. Deaq demands payment from Van. Dallas tells Dimitri that they're in public and can't do that sort of thing, and then urges Dimitri to go back inside and relax while he gets the money from Bailey. Dimitri thinks that the club is crap and that there's no one in there. Katiya claims that she saw Stephen Dorff in there. Dude, I think I saw Stephen Dorff the other day. It's not like he's busy. But I guess that's the point. Dimitri goes back inside, and Dallas murmurs some thanks to Katiya for helping out with her brother.