Henry meets with his doctor for the CT scan results, which are nothing but bad news. Well, good news, actually, because the doctor doesn't know how to remove the chip, which is the only thing preventing Henry from ceasing to exist... I think. I was under the impression that the chip acts as both the location of Henry's personality and the switch to turn it on and off, but maybe it's just the switch? Maybe Henry is in Edward's brain itself, independent of the chip? I am beyond confused. This episode is hard. Anyway, Henry hurries out, demanding the originals of the scan and swearing the doctor to secrecy about them, even from Henry himself, in case Edward comes snooping around.
Back at Henry's office, where he finds a video message from Edward that finally gives us both some answers. Edward explains that Arlene (Mindy Sterling) is the bridge between "A.J. Sun" and "Janus," and that she has no idea that Henry's broken. A.J. Sun is the boring cover company, and Janus is the covert sleeper agency. When Janus calls Henry at home, they will also send a text message from "Sal's Pizza." The video message is interrupted by Tom, who is distraught because Angie gave his wife the lowdown on The Hummingbird. The two look the act up online, with Tom marveling, "Is that even physically possible?!" which peaks Arlene's interest, prompting Tom to pretend he's grossed out by Henry's pervitude. OK, I think it's warranted: Hee!
Arlene ushers them both out of Henry's office and into The Elevator to Spyland, signing off with her usual "Spivey and Grady are in the box." Tom channels Henry with a "why does she always say that?" And now I think I'm pretty sure Tom is a Henry, because once the elevator doors close we cut to Tony scrambling around in his office saying, "Goodnight, Tom. Enter Raymond." Tom's expression fades and we hear an electronic brain chip-y sound. Welcome back, Raymond!
The two get off the elevator and are greeted by Trumble and Mavis, who report that the German has gone through "three needles" and still isn't talking. Henry makes a plea for the man's innocence, and Trumble accuses him of incompetence. Henry is seriously messing with Edward's badass reputation and job performance rating.