Sarah turns on the magic high-res camera in her sunglasses and walks into the bikini-laden party. She calls the women bimbos and mentions Gloria Steinem, which makes all the skin she's showing suddenly important to the plot. Then she sneaks off to get the car, but she's surprised by Dimitri. He sleazes at her about making love in a half-million dollar automobile, so she knees him in the crotch, jumps in the car, and takes off. A security goon fires an Uzi at her as she splits, but apparently does no damage. More goons chase after her on foot, firing handguns. KITT follows her out, shuts the gate, and "scrambles the codes", which I imagine means that the goons are locked in with all the bikini chicks. So they escape with the car. Well, that certainly ate up some time.
As Michael and Sarah regroup in front of the bar, they banter a bit but then! Suddenly! Michael is leaning over KITT's hood when his special forces tattoo apparently moves over a fender-mounted barcode scanner or something. KITT's whole hood lights up with information on Michael's old life. The Changs round the corner, but KITT can't turn the display off, so naturally Sarah and Michael start making out on the hood. You know, to hide the display. Then they stop, toss Johnny the key to the stolen car, and we go to commercial on an awkward silence.
Oh! We're back. I didn't realize we were because the shots of KITT entering the unobtrusive, everyday GIANT HANGAR were the same ones as last week. I really thought it was a commercial for last week's show. I realize that doesn't make any sense.
When KITT, Michael, and Sarah arrive in HQ, Sarah strolls off and Michael starts frantically rubbing his tattoo on the hood. But answer came there none; KITT doesn't do the same thing as before, and Billy can't replicate it, either. Michael goes off to yell at Alex about it when Charles shows up to yell at Michael about Sarah being in danger. Did you follow that? Well, maybe you will be interested in knowing that KITT is watching old Westerns in order to learn traditional gender roles. It's a John Wayne movie, possibly Stagecoach. Sarah joins Michael in KITT to suggest that Sean (the bartender) has been making suspiciously large cash deposits, and maybe he's the one involved in the smuggling or whatever. Michael poo-poos this.