Emma (no longer "Carrie") explains that Raven stole the plans for "some kind of weapons prototype," which he was going to sell here at 5:00. They agree to work together. She asks for Chance's name and he declines to give it. That's still not interesting.
Guerrero shows up at the office with a defibrillator. No one looks all that relieved by that. He turns it on and it makes a noise like a car alarm. Great. He assures Winston and Aaron that he knows just what he's doing.
Chance and Emma decide that the drop will be in "the place you'd least suspect," which sounds a little sketchy to me, but okay. Based on that, they declare that it will probably be in the middle of the most crowded room, and Guerrero says that it'll be via Bluetooth. Winston excitedly reads them a random number from Danny's notes (while Guerrero looks ticked off that Winston stole the results of his codebreaking work), which is apparently the pairing number. This isn't the random number from the beginning of the episode, incidentally. Emma has a cellphone and they tap in. I like the ongoing "Chance doesn't have his own phone" thing. The auction is on, and the bid's over twenty million. For ... plans of something. Chance has Emma type in "This auction has been halted by the U.S. Government", and various people look at their phones in a worried fashion. One guy runs. Chance and Emma give chase. But the guy gets shot by someone wearing black gloves. Chance and Emma catch up with the dead guy and go through his pockets. He's Victor Shukoff, a "big-time oil magnate". Then Russian goons toting automatic weapons surround them.
In a high-tech room somewhere, Chance and Emma are handcuffed to a table and each other. Chance is having trouble breathing. Emma admits that he's not a Neanderthal and promises that when she gets out, his hard work will be remembered. Posthumously. He seems to go in for a kiss, but he's stealing her earring with his mouth. Remember, this show has the least effective handcuffs since the Houdini and Copperfield Smile-Time Variety Hour.