Linc and Michael come back from their tete-a-tete on the dock. Abruzzi wants to know where they're going, and Michael replies, "Someplace where we can stop being cons and start being civilians." C-Note speaks for all fans of forthright communication when he says, "Why don't you cut out the riddles, Snowflake, and just give it to us straight?" Sucre, who has been looking off in a different direction, is making noises that indicate something along the lines of "While I applaud your general sentiment, perhaps you will want to shelve this discussion for another time?" C-Note barks, "What?" He turns around. All the cons do -- and see a little girl staring at them.
She says hi, and Sucre, bless him, hesitantly says, "Hi..." in response. Michael has a look like They make humans in a travel size now? C-Note decides to take charge of the situation. He walks forward, saying, "Hey, little one." She asks, "What are you doing?" He's all, "Well, uh...we're just fishing." Unfortunately for him, this travel-sized human has an economy-sized attentiveness to detail. She asks, "With no poles?" C-Note lies, "Well, we like to fish with our hands." The girl has now caught notice of Michael's fish-handling, be-cuffed wrist. Sucre, however, hopes to distract her by adds, "Yes, uh, hand-fishing." Yes, that will be FOX Sports counter-programming during Monday Night Football.
Since patronizing the kid is not working, Michael decides that perhaps a little traumatizing is in order. He saunters forward, saying in a particularly menacing voice, "Perhaps the question is, what are you doing here?" She shrugs and replies, "Hunting."
In other words, she's with a guy who has a gun, and he's just trained that firearm on the cons, because he happens to recognize them. Oh, no!
When we get back from break, Daddy Hunter is training his gun on C-Note and screaming, "Get back from her." C-Note's like, "Of course," and he's backing away slowly. However, Abruzzi has different ideas. He grabs the girl and whips out the gun, shouting that if Daddy Hunter feels like making any funny moves, he's going to find himself down a kid. There's lots of shouty behavior back and forth and Abruzzi finally screams the guy into dropping the gun and tossing it over to him. After Sucre picks up the gun on Abruzzi's orders, Abruzzi releases the girl with a surprisingly soft "It's okay," and pushes her toward her dad. Michael then shakes down Hunter Dad for his car keys. As the cons head off, Linc gives Abruzzi a look that could kill.