Back at the schwanky restaurant, the security detail finally decides now that they've finished eating, they should maybe see why Lisa's taking so long in the bathroom. The answer: she's been tied up and locked in a stall. And now she's not -- but Dr. Sara is already done, after leaving a hefty tip for the waiter who spilled the soup all over Lisa in the first place. Lisa calls her dad to confirm that she's okay. Von Baldy's feeling a little overprotective, so he orders Lisa to a secure location. Then he makes his displeasure known to his Lead Goon by shouting, "We lost our tactical initiative the minute that Scofield figured out our SOPs. If we want to defeat him, we've got to alter our way of operating -- become unpredictable!" Cut to the minions' panicky expressions. I'm thinking they all signed on for the minion gig because it's so comfortingly predictable: go to work, get dispatched to some poor unfortunate's home or office, loom menacingly, kill someone, clock out. If they had wanted "unpredictable, yet evil," they would have worked in another field, like banking.
The guys drive off with Scylla. It is absolutely silent in the car. It figures -- everyone who would jibber from nerves already died in previous episodes. Then, Michael calls Don Self to share the news that they've got Scylla. Don is appropriately pleased, and gets to put on a show of relief for his skeptical boss.
Team Scylla and their giant armored truck continue on their way, trailed by a few of the One World Conspiracy's sedans. They eventually get out at an airport. Michael hops out of the passenger side holding a different, newer backpack than the one he took into the Scylla chamber. The team then splits up -- Michael and Linc inside, Sucre and Mahone off to "someplace safe," where they will presumably wait until they hear from Michael. Sucre bids Michael, "Good luck, Papi." Awww! Inside a sedan, a stooge calls General Von Baldy to tell him that everyone headed inside the airport. "Make sure a single plane doesn't take off," Von Baldy orders. It's so gratifying to have confirmation that the One World Conspiracy is responsible for all evil in the world including airport delays. Anyway, General Von Baldy is under the misimpression that his stooges will be able to corner and kill Team Scylla inside Ontario Airport. Someone needs to show General Von Baldy who's in the opening credits on this show; he'd have a better idea how all his plans are likely to end.