And in his office, Wedeck is busy looking at the photos Aaron's uploaded and bellowing into his phone, "This confirms Clemente's suspicions. This entire operation is not supposed to exist!" It turns out he's talking to Aaron, and even tells him, "You've done a great job." Aaron's all, "I'm sure I did, but now that you have what you want, I'm going after my daughter." Wedeck's like, "Can't you wait until I get the military there to back you up?" but Aaron has just spotted two thugs dragging an unconscious Tracy out to a truck, so he hangs up and begins prepping for Operation: Dad Kicks Some Ass.
Zip! -- we're back in Los Angeles, and in a laundromat with the delightful Carline. Not that I'm in the market for committing treason in the name of filthy, filthy lucre, but I sort of love Carline. Anyway, she's putting the pressure on Janis, who says, "You asked me to kill my friend, Carline, not bake a cake." Carline points out, "I didn't ask you to do anything. And when I point out that something needs to be done, you need to do it." It's just hit me: Carline reminds me of a less-funny version of Nessa from Gavin and Stacey (over on BBC America). Nessa's got the same bulletproof confidence and sangfroid. Truly, she is a role model for our times. ANYWAY, Carline points out that Janis is pretty much useless, and useless means dead, and the scene ends with Janis buying Carline's affections courtesy of giving up Gabriel's safehouse details.
Then she's back at the office, interrupting a conversation between Wedeck and Mark to try and arrange a safehouse for Gabriel in Asilomar. Sure enough, that's where they'll move Gabriel to "within the hour," and Janis helpfully points out, "McDow's going to blow a gasket if we separate him from Olivia." Wedeck deadpans to Mark, "I'll let you break the news." We then see Wedeck calmly pulling Olivia out of a conference room so Mark can do so.
What follows is a scene that more or less redeems Mark's value as a human being: He gently and respectfully asks Gabriel what he sees when he looks at the mosaic mural. "Loose ends," Gabriel murmurs. "I know the feeling," Mark says. Then: "I need to ask you something. You called -- you said, 'Olivia Simcoe.' And I need to know, is that how it all turns out?" Gabriel says a little sadly, "That's what I see. I see -- I see so many things come true. And I've been waiting a long time." Mark asks, "Is she going to be okay? Will she be safe?" Gabriel turns and looks at him, and it's almost like Gabriel has realized how much this hurts Mark. He says, softly, "Yes." Mark nods sadly in response.