Back at Team Scylla HQ, the guys break the news to Bellick that T-Bag's in town, and Michael says, "It's not where he is, but what he's doing. He blew this whole thing for all of us." He then goes to talk to Dr. Sara on her boat.
Cut to Dr. Sara saying, "It's my fault that he's dead." Michael tries, "It's not --" "We both know that it is!" Dr. Sara says. Then she reaches the recriminations portion of events. Michael cuts that short with "Bruce chose to help you. The One World Conspiracy killed him, not you." Dr. Sara's in no mood to listen to logic right now.
We then cut to T-Bag, who is preparing for his intro to the wonderful world of GATE. He walks into the company lobby, gives the receptionist the once over to determine that indeed, she is wearing the kind of lingerie that lets her use her amped-up cleavage as a tray in case her hands are full, then proceeds to charm her. The receptionist passes along two messages for Cole from a Mr. Xing. T-Bag then cross-references the messages against an international phone number in the bird book.
Back to Michael, who calls Don Self for more information on the Bruce situation. After confirming that indeed, there is no way it was suicide (didn't the gunshot come from the back of the head? That alone should rule it out.), Don Self asks Michael if Bruce knew where Team Scylla was, because if he did, so does the One World Conspiracy. Michael picks that moment to get shirty about whether or not Don's got any information regarding phase II of the operation, and Don assures him he's got Jasper on it. Oh, Don. This is not going to be your episode. Michael then fills Don Self in on T-Bag and the bird book, and adds, "Mahone thinks this book contains a plan for the break-in." This is definitely not Don Self's episode.
Downstairs, Mahone's reading off a profile on Lisa Tabak -- she's a logistician for a nonprofit think tank when she's not the handmaiden to unspeakable evil -- and Linc snaps, "The only thing I want to know about this chick is her schedule -- what she's doing, where she's going --" "We may not have that kind of time," Sucre breaks in, before Linc can add, "What kind of underwear she wears." Sucre is the only one who noticed the suitcase. Good eyes, papi! There's some brainstorming about where Lisa's headed, and then Roland says, "If she's going anywhere, it's on a red eye... Lisa Tabak is being honored at this charity shindig downtown... she's the top donor at an organization called Eagles and Angels." Michael's plan to just crash the charity shindig suddenly got tougher, as Mahone says, "Eagles and Angels? When a police officer dies in the line of duty, he's an eagle. The ones he leaves behind are angels. That's a benefit for the Association of Law Enforcement. If you're going to get near her, it's going to be with about half the cops in L.A." We cut to Michael rolling his eyes and wondering, Can't anything be easy? Just this once?