There are a couple of bodies lying in the road, and when Olivia approaches the smaller one, she sees it's just a mannequin. The other body is a real person, though, but he's not dead; he's getting up and pointing his gun at Olivia, and why she wasn't a little more cautious and a little less gullible than this I have no idea. "What you got in the truck?" says the guy, who also has a partner in actual crime who strolls out from behind one of the cars. Olivia says she doesn't have anything they'd be interested in. "Got any money?" says Buddy. Olivia says she doesn't, and one of them whips a scanner and runs it over her face. The display on the back lets us know Olivia is a "Tier One" fugitive. Tier One! That's top-shelf, Olivia, nice job. "You don't need money. You are money." Goddamn, two decades in the future and bros still aren't over Swingers? There's a brief fight, in which Olivia Dunham, ultimate fighting badass, all of a sudden can't hold her own against a couple of backwoods skeets. They knock her out much too easily.
She comes to in some sort of workshop warehouse or something, and can hear the two ne'er-do-wells arguing about what do with her. And during the commercial break the two guys decided to switch roles or at least motivations, because the guy who said "You are money" is now arguing that it's a pretty good score if they just sell the truck and the scraps from the magnet and they shouldn't get involved in anything else. But his friend says they could pull a hundred jobs and not see this much money, and he demands the other guy's comm.
He calls the Reward Wire and reports a fugitive in custody but is much too smart to say where he is, naturally. He wants to meet at a "Truth Church," which the hotline operator calls "unorthodox" and Buddy says, "I've done things I don't want to be read for, so the only way this goes down is at a Truth Church, where you can't scan me. Once I get the money, I'll tell you where she is." The operator asks the fugitive's name, and Briggs -- apparently these guys are named "Briggs" and "Stratton," which isn't bad -- tells him. The operator puts him on hold.