At the armored truck crime scene, Don is handed a plastic baggie with the cuff key in it. He walks over to Megan and David and thanks Megan for coming back early. David explains what happened, and Megan IDs one of the hired muscle as "Jimmy Hung Tran." A local Vietnamese "mope." Is he the president of the Church of LDS, or is he just moody? David goes on that witnesses saw C&C Convict Factory three-leg-racing down the street. Don shows them the key that liberated Colby's hands, and they figure that C&C Convict Factory will be looking to cut their leg shackles.
Meanwhile, Charlie has availed himself of a FBI Plexiglas wall and a huge yellow marker and is going to town with his calculations. Larry wanders in, complaining about the monks not taking kindly to FBIs knocking them up during morning contemplations. Charlie stops him mid-creel to tell him that Colby escaped. Immediately, Larry takes in the news on the television and the Plexiglas scribbles and muses, "So you're programming a matrix for Set Covering Deployment," and notes that they don't have much use for a cosmologist. "Plenty of use for a friend, though," Amita smiles. Charlie gripes that he's trying to put what he knows of Colby out of his head as he tackles this problem, but Larry tells him he shouldn't do that, but should try to incorporate it.
L.A. subway. Colby and Carter stand on the platform, both in shades. But it's L.A., so no one wonders why they're in eyewear inside. Carter has tied a pale blue bandanna around his head wound. Cops arrive, and Colby looks shiftily around at them. He walks away from Carter as a train pulls up. They get on separate cars and the train pulls out without incident.
At the garage, Don and Megan discover that they cut the leg shackles, cut off one of their belts, and made a call on the now-blood-smeared phone. Megan says she can "get a dump on the phone line." I'm assuming that means "trace the call." Don mutters, "Yeah, yeah," and Megan looks at him worriedly. David makes an additional report on where the LAPD thinks C&C Convict Factory might be, and Megan suddenly asks why they're acting like this is any other case. She wants them to address what they're feeling because it's affecting the work. "I'm feeling like I'd really like to put him back in prison," David says flatly, and walks away. Note that he said "him," not "them." David is ma-ad! Don asks if Megan's sure she's up for the case. Annoyed, Megan tells him that's not fair, and it's also not what she said. "What do you want me to say? How do I feel? I feel like it's my fault -- that Colby's my responsibility," Don says, and walks off.