Hey! It's the music that used to indicate impending race riots in Fox River, lo those many years ago, and is now used to indicate general scheming and low-grade mayhem. We know something's up when Mahone stands next to the maid at the bus stop. She is not reassured by his presence. A second later, Bellick blunders along and grabs the maid's back. Mahone makes a big show of shouting, "Hey! Stop!" and begins chasing the purse-snatcher. But first, he orders the maid to stay put. There's a sham pursuit, then Mahone and Belick duck into some bushes, presumably to pillage that nice, organized bag and find Charybdis. Alas, the device is not in the bag. Mahone returns the bag to its owner with a muttered "son of a bitch!"
We cut to Agent Blocks Out the Sun. He's outside a supermax facility in Texas and his prisoner counts indicate that there are two fewer prisoners than there are supposed to be. He calls up his contact to ask who posted Linc and Michael's bail. Oh, Bruce Bennett -- it was nice knowing you.
We cut to Team Scylla headquarters. Roland is in deep mourning for the loss of his gadget; everyone else is not thrilled that the maid apparently confused Charybdis for her boss's cell phone and left it for him. To further add to the woes: Roland may have copied the data, but he can't read it without Charybdis, so they've got to get that device back. Roland begins shrieking about how he can't exactly whip another one up out of thin air, and Mahone verbally slaps some sense into him by snapping, "Losing it is not the problem. It's them finding it that's the problem. If they find out someone's after the card, we're done." The good news: Roland's calmed down. Now Bellick's having a nutty. Michael shuts everyone down by looking up from his schematic of the Stuart Tuxhorne estate and saying, "It means we're going in to get it."