Karen's phone rings. Her buddy from the office says that they just got an anonymous tip that the Solchaks are at a pawn shop. He gives her the address.
The hit man sits outside the pawn shop in his car. He's listening to a self-help book on tape. Heh. Merle and Bob walk into the pawn shop, which seems to be devoid of employees. Bob finds a grenade in a bin and shows Merle, who tells him to put it down before he hurts himself. Bob pulls the pin, insisting that it's just a lighter. Meanwhile, the hit man is repeating after the tape, "I am an effective human being," and "The task set before me, I can accomplish with ease." He puts a silencer on his gun. Back inside, Merle and Bob are still wandering around. Merle spots the photograph taped behind the counter and tells Bob that they have to get out of there. Bob protests that they have to wait for the money. Merle runs for the door, repeating that they have to go, and that Bob should put the "lighter" down. Bob sets the grenade on a shelf and hightails it out of there. The hit man enters the pawn shop, gun drawn, but the Solchaks are already hopping into their truck. Bob asks where they're going. Merle says they're being set up. Karen pulls up outside the pawn shop. Inside, the hit man sees the live grenade sitting on the shelf just as it goes off. Outside, Karen ducks to shield herself from the explosion.
Amos and Karen stand outside the now-demolished pawn shop, which is surrounded by cop cars and yellow caution tape. Amos asks if there's any sign of the Solchaks, and Karen says that they got out, and that law-enforcement personnel couldn't get any information from the gun they found on the John Doe inside. I have to wonder how they picked out the correct gun from the presumably numerous guns that were found inside the pawn shop after the explosion. Amos wonders about the John Doe, and Karen thinks he was from out of town because "no one from Miami owns a suit like that." Amos spots Bender walking up and says, "Speaking of suits...." Bender asks Karen what they've got. Karen responds, "An ambitious pencil-pushing FBI section chief who's using a couple of dim-witted fugitives to settle a personal vendetta against a local gangster." Wow, that was quite a mouthful. Bender says that those are strong accusations, and asks if she has any proof. Karen shoves a crumpled paper into Bender's hand and takes off. Bender uncrumples the paper; it's the FBI photo of the Solchaks from Charlie's house. Wouldn't that have burned up in the explosion?