FBI headquarters. Mike reports to Juan that they're not sure if Briggs stole the drugs from the torpedo, but doesn't tell him that Briggs is a recovering junkie. He tries to broach the idea of Briggs being innocent, and Juan is all, sure, I'd be thrilled if Briggs was innocent! He's lying. He opens his briefcase and hands Mike a wrapped present—it's a framed photograph that his grandfather took (his grandfather was an FBI crime scene photographer, remember), of a dead guy on a city stoop. Juan says he knows it's macabre, but Mike's grandfather is slightly visible in a reflection in the photo. My brother, who's watching the show with me, is convinced from this one scene that Juan is in love with Mike. We'll explore that later.
That Same Bar They Always Go To. Johnny and Paige are having beers with Mike and Abby. Abby excuses herself, but not before asking Paige to take a picture of her and Mike, because her friends think her boyfriend is imaginary. This is clearly against some kind of undercover protocol, but eventually Paige snaps the shot. Abby stands up and her striped dress is dreamy. I covet it.
After Abby leaves, Paige waves Abby's phone, which she lifted, in Mike's face. He chastises them for picking his girlfriend's project, but Paige and Johnny point out that, you know, he's undercover. Not a good idea to have some rando slapping pictures of him on her Facebook wall. Mike grudgingly sees their logic, so he drops the phone in a beer and asks if they're happy. They're not: they tell Mike to break up with her. He's all, but I enjoy having sex with a pretty lady!
Jakes approaches a nice little ranch house, carrying one of the drug robots. He knocks and greets the lady wearing hospital scrubs who answers the door as Cassandra, then flatters how lovely she looks. (She does.) She brushes him off and asks what he wants. He wants to give Daniel, who's seven, the robot. She says Daniel's at basketball practice and Jakes isn't allowed to see him. They exposition about how it was Jakes's choice not to be in his son's life, because the life he leads isn't good for a kid. He asks her to give him the robot anyway and tell him it's from Santa. She agrees reluctantly and goes back inside. As Jakes leaves, there's a low-angle shot of a kid's bicycle on the lawn.
Charlie, in junkie drag, meets with a dealer. She asks for stuff from Odin Rossi, and the dealer sends her to someone named Carlos. Carlos insists that he's seen Rossi, who he says is a giant ponytailed Argentinean, then sends her to a different dealer, who tells her Rossi is white, always wears a suit and works downtown. Charlie hears more fabulous tales of Odin Rossi from the three dealers, and doesn't seem to believe any of them.