This whole time, KITT is just sitting there doing nothing. Package Boy has a little trouble getting into the car because it's one of those weird vertical doors like you get in Lamborghinis, but he figures it out. The lady says that the only reason she's not killing Michael is that she owes him. She zooms off. After the commercials, Michael is in KITT and they are also zooming around. KITT is skeptical that he doesn't know her. Michael claims that the tattoo is just a generic Special Forces tattoo. There are a lot of cars on this road. Finally, KITT comes up with video of Michael and the lady making out at a sidewalk cafe in Beirut, although Michael denies ever having been to Beirut. The HQ crowd is also watching the footage and Zoe babbles about "tongue action" with her usual complete disregard for appropriate workplace behavior. Alex eventually cuts in to remind everyone that Michael's supposed to be getting the package, because it's important for some vague reason nobody bothered to work out before they started shooting.
This leads to some tire-squealing as Michael and Mystery Lady cut through traffic. Michael requests a private line with Sarah, which involves her sneaking off to the sleeping pod. The tinkly music of misty, water-colored memories starts up again as he asks if he gave a reason he stopped calling her from Iraq. Apparently, he asked her to marry him, and she said yes. And then he disappeared for three years and doesn't remember any of it. Also, the day he asked her to marry him is the day of that Beirut footage with him and Mystery Lady. Michael hangs up, and KITT helpfully suggests that maybe he's repressing something traumatic. Or he might have Dissociative Identity Disorder. This whole time, he appears to be following Mystery Lady at a distance of about 20 feet, and they can't be going more than 40 miles per hour. I bet they could catch up if they wanted to. Carrie cuts in, asking if Michael was involved in Operation Secure Freedom. KITT doesn't have access to that file, but Carrie says that the men at the consulate were all involved with that.