Chance and Winston arrive at their suite. Before they go inside, Chance claims he wasn't listening to his cover story on the plane, because it's more fun to have the exposition take place onscreen. But instead of that happening, we discover that the suite is full of baddies. Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Hugh Prentiss! He's played by Peter Wingfield. You know, Methos from Highlander? And a bunch of other shows? He brought his doctor, his security chief, "and that's Eva." Look out! A Cylon! It's Grace Park, the latest Battlestar Galactica alumna to stop by Human Target. He explains that Chance is an unknown, so he needs to be investigated. Rich Creepy Guy has his doctor examine Chance while Grace Park checks him out. Winston claims to be Chance's life coach. Their excuse for Chance being an unknown is that he was in prison. Prentiss asks, "How's Warden Torres?" Chance pauses and says "She's fine. As far as I know." The doctor was "coincidentally" listening to Chance's heart with a stethoscope just then, and he gives a nod to Prentiss as though to say, "No sign of a lie here, boss." Prentiss wishes Chance luck, and their crew leaves.
Later, Eva and Chance are left alone in the access hallway outside the arena. He identifies her as Eva Khan, daughter of an old winner of the fight. Chance guesses that she's not here as arm candy, but as Prentiss's fight handicapper. And she asks why Chance is running around with Eddie Dunn, because she knows everything about the scene. She also thinks Chance is going to lose.
Guerrero has the report on Emil Lodan from his military records. Chance's first opponent has anger management issues. Eddie thinks Chance should lead with his off hand, but Guerrero's highly skilled at pissing people off and recommends an open-hand slap, followed by going after the pin in the wrist and the weak ribs. Boy, it seems like "weak ribs" is not what you want in a top-level fighter. Chance is in the fight and follows the plan. Slap, slap, slap. Emil is angry. But he gets in some good shots. Winston reports that Chance is looking slow and not attacking. That punch to the top of Chance's head happens and Chance goes down. Winston panics and wants to call the fight because he heard something pop, but Guerrero assures him that the top of the head is very strong and the pop was almost certainly Lodan's wrist breaking. "I think we just won the fight." Eddie asks, "How do you know what a broken wrist sounds like?" "Practice." Winston doesn't see it, but Guerrero is confident that Emil is hiding his pain and has no defense.