Jake cleans up Jerry's mess, alone, alone. He sweeps up nasty floor pasta with a look of regret. He picks up CDs with a look of melancholy, until he sees a melted popsicle fusing a few together in a sticky mess. Then he looks outraged again. P.S.: You didn't get laid, Jake.
Back at the NSA, The Man tells Leader of the Pack that Jake is the militia's next target. We know! Finally, Jerry gets beat up and kidnapped by the militia thugs. Leader calls Jake and tells him to come in right away.
Jerry's in the spooky militia garage. Fulton punches him in the gut and says, "You took my son away from me, Foley! And you need to know that that was a mistake!" Jerry gets brutally beaten as Fulton rants about family and how Jake will pay for what he did. Jerry collapses on the floor with blood on his lip and gasps, "I'm...not...Jake."
Fulton takes a militia thug aside and shows him Jerry's real ID. The thug is upset, almost girlishly so. "Oh...god! He was spouting off at the bar!" He takes out his gun and slides it across a desk to Fulton. "I failed you." Fulton looks at the gun, then back at the thug. He passes the gun back across the desk and says Thug didn't fail. "You might have saved my son's life."
War Room. Jake walks in and asks what's going on. Welll...your little brother has been captured. Kidnapped. And the militia wants an exchange -- Kid Suspect for Jerry. They have one hour to release Kid Suspect, or Jerry's dead. Jake starts to stammer at breakneck speed. Leader says grimly, "The NSA does not negotiate with terrorists." Silver Fox says strongly, "We do not. Negotiate. I'm very sorry." Jake says, "We have to help him!" Aww!
Leader walks down the hall with Jake on her like white on Wonder Bread. He has to do something! Jerry needed him and he wasn't there! Leader repeats the party line: The NSA doesn't negotiate with terrorists. Leader says, "I can't go down to Kid Suspect's cell and let him out. I. Can't do that. You've got ten minutes." Jake takes off.
At the militia garage, a thug tells Jerry he's about to find out how much his brother loves him. "He's got twenty-five minutes." But Jake has ten? Oh, whatever. We're fifty minutes into the episode, so WE have ten minutes, give or take a commercial break, an epilogue, and scenes from next week.