Over at the Lucky Burger, Sam is chowing down and gleefully acknowledging that "gorilla-style" burgers do indeed rock. Her cell phone rings. It's Mary. "The real Warners are here, and they're pissed." Sam's all, whuh? Mary advises her to get her butt back to the casino. Janet asks Sam if everything's okay. Sam says nothing.
Back at the Montecito, a very irritated Mr. and Mrs. Warner are standing around looking bored, because I guess NO ONE ELSE could have shown them to their rooms or anything. Sam strides up, wearing a smile and apologizing for the mix-up. "Mix-ups are for people who pay for their rooms," says the oh-so-charming Mr. Warner. In case we don't hate him enough yet, he adds, "Do you have any idea what I'm worth?" Sam starts kissing ass fast, telling them she's set aside the casino's best room for them. "And?" says Mr. Warner. And, uh, we've got a helicopter for you to use! says Sam. "And?" says Mr. Warner. And how about a private area in our newest restaurant for you and your wife, adds Sam. "And?" Sam just finally says that if there's anything else at all they need, she's more than happy to provide it. "Why don't you call Mandalay Bay and let them know we're on our way," he says. Yeah -- ask them to reserve the Insufferable Prick suite. Sam says that won't be necessary. "Really. What else are you going to offer me, a free facial? Two for one at the buffet? I want something personal," he says, looking directly through her. Sam, hoping to keep her clothes on, tries a very heartfelt apology, and assures him that nothing like this will happen again. Warner says his wife will look at the room, and says that if she likes it, they'll consider staying. Sam smiles, knowing she won't need her Chapstick just yet.
In the Montecito surveillance room, Danny's reviewing some military history himself -- specifically, the Battle of Inverlochy, in which the Marquis of Montrose staged a surprise attack against the Covenant army. Seems like quite an obscure reference for the rather obvious lesson of "just when you think you're safe, check your defences." He asks the Other Surveillance Guy to check the loading dock, even though OSG says Danny needs some sleep. We watch security guards unloading the merchandise for the new jewelry store, mentioned way back at the top of the episode. Danny zooms around on the cameras, before noticing that the name on the armoured truck doesn't match up with the name of the security company on the patches of the guards. Danny starts laughing: "Nice try, Ed." OSG starts to get on the phone to the police, but Danny tells him not to, and says he'll handle it. He strolls over to the loading dock, and starts chatting amiably with the phony security guys, who, despite taking pains to appear like regular security guards, regard the casino guy with barely concealed looks of hostility. Danny cheerfully wonders how much they're making off with -- about three million? And gee, couldn't Ed have come up with something a little less obvious? If you ask me, the writers shouldn't be casting aspersions on what is obvious and what isn't -- since everybody knows that in a prank war, there's going to be an actual jewel heist mistaken for a prank. After Danny pulls out the cell phone to call Ed, the "security guards" pull out their guns. "You guys don't know Ed, do you," he says, finally catching on. He gets thrown in the truck next to the real security guard, whose mouth is duct-taped. Of course, such a turn of events doesn't excuse one from proper etiquette, and he introduces himself as Danny McCoy, head of Montecito security. Commercials.