Danny downplays the extent of the current crisis to Ed, saying that a "few people" were locked out of their rooms, and then he says, "It's handled," and just HANGS UP ON HIS BOSS. And Sam accosts him to tell him she needs at least five of his best guys, since the Warners are toting around a suitcase that, if past spending patterns are to be believed, contains more than a million dollars. Danny promises he's on it. Sam wants to know what's going on, and Danny tells her it's a crazy software glitch. Sam gets smug. "How come there's never a crazy software glitch when Big Ed's around?" she says, and tootles off, leaving an annoyed Danny to get a little bulb going off above over his head.
In the surveillance room, he checks the surveillance tapes (while mimicking Sam: "How come there's never a crazy software glitch when Ed's around?"). He finds the tape he's looking for -- "software glitch, my ass" -- and pops it in. He sees Ed in the room, futzing around in there at three in the morning. He's putting a disc in one of the computers, so Danny zooms in to see that Ed is pulling a fast one on Danny, and that Ed actually went to the trouble of printing off a label for this disc that says CARDKEY RANDOMIZER, as if. "You sneaky [something] son of a bitch! This is a test!" he says. On a nearby computer, he calls up the weather in Hawaii. "I'll bet he never left town," he says, although I think anyone who hasn't figured out what's going on must lack the required number of synapses to comprehend network television in the first place. Danny dials Ed's cell phone. "Just checking in before I go home. How's the weather? It's not raining, is it?" Ed, in a motel room, checks his computer -- which is displaying the exact same Hawaii weather Web page that Danny was just looking at. It must have been top of the Google list. And you'd think that if Ed's smart enough to keep an eye on the weather in Hawaii, he'd also be smart enough not to sound like he's reading a weather report, as he reports to Danny that it's "83 degrees with a slight breeze." Danny just called to thank him, or so says Danny. "What for?" says Ed. "You know, believing in me, having faith." They say good night, and we look out Ed's motel room, revealing that he is in fact still in Vegas. Commercials.