And that is how that bank in Miami gets held up by three ski-mask-wearing guys who decline to take the fat wad of cash Christina's holding and carry off the wee Scylla case instead. And then STUPID LINC has to go and say, "Hi, Mom" at the end of it. That tips of Slick, who promptly calls his goons on the outside.
Meanwhile, guess what's finally washed ashore? It's Don Self, and he looks to have broken some bones in a seriously gross way. As a well-meaning kid runs off to call 911, Don Self frantically gasps for him not to call anyone. Oh, dammit. I was kind of hoping for a pointless death to cap off Don Self's pointless character, but it looks like we're stuck with him for at least another episode.
Back at the loft, T-Bag is pouring poison in General Von Baldy's ear, raising doubts as to the purity of Michael's motives. Naturally, he does not mention that the moment Michael decides to screw over General Von Baldy, it will be a race to see who can shove Scylla up Michael's special place for safekeeping until they can frogmarch the guy back to the General. Seriously: you think Mahone is going to let Michael do anything that jeopardizes Pam? Or that Linc would let Michael do anything that jeopardizes LJ? But it's not in T-Bag's best interests to point this out, because then it would impede his vendetta against Michael. So he points out that "Scofield, he thinks pure like a little Cub Scout. Burrows, he just thinks like a cub." The General turns around, and says, "He's right," in a tone that conveys Who would have thought this sinister inbred was capable of incisive insight? He continues, "I don't feel comfortable having Scofield out there with something I want while I'm stuck here with nothing he wants." And that is how T-Bag manages to a) introduce the idea of kidnapping Dr. Sara from the condo (remember: the location will be in the GPS of Mahone's vehicle, from his trip earlier in the episode) and b) get the go-ahead for the doctornapping.