So after the commercial break, we see Harass in the federal building telling Charlie that he'll be out for a few hours, but he'll be reachable by cell. I find myself curious as to what Olivia said. I mean, she did say something, right? Wouldn't Harass have caller ID? Wouldn't he call back the number that just called him only to find it's Olivia? Anyway, as Harass leaves, Charlie picks up his phone.
Outside, Olivia watches as Harass leaves the building, gets in his SUV and starts driving. "I got him, Charlie. He's headed west." Charlie says he's right behind her. Tsk! Carpool, you guys! They follow Harass for a good long while, across a bridge, through a Wendy's drive-through, to a seedy adult bookstore, and then eventually he makes his way to an industrial area and pulls up at a warehouse, entering through a garage door. Charlie's car pulls up behind Olivia's (each of them have other nameless agents with them. In keeping with the Star Trek reference, shouldn't they each be wearing red shirts?), and he gets out and knocks on her window. Olivia tells him that Harass went in using a remote. "I guess we go with the old-fashioned way," says Charlie, and the team busts in the back door by busting a padlock. You know, that Emmanuel Grayson guy had more security at his place. What kind of a joke was that?