Inside the airport, Michael and Linc notice all the flights suddenly flashing "Delayed" signs. Then they notice the four close-shaven goons bearing down on them; it would be hard not to, as the goons are making no attempt whatsoever to be subtle. Michael and Linc continue walking, and we see that Michael has texted Mahone with the word "Now." We cut to Mahone and Sucre, who are somewhere outside the airport's main terminal, and Mahone dials 911 with "My name's John Burton. I'm an off-duty cop with Chicago. Listen, I'm walking through Ontario airport, terminal two, right by the ticket counters, and I just saw something you guys are going to definitely want to check out."
Back inside, the goons have surrounded Michael at the ticket counter. One of them says smugly, "Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows." Linc makes as if to leave, and the lead goon tells them that wouldn't be a good idea. "Why is that? You gonna shoot us?" Linc asks. As a matter of fact, Lead Goon is planning to do that. "In front of all these people? You'd never risk that kind of exposure," Michael says. "I think it's clear by now you've miscalculated how far we're willing to go," the goon says. So Michael reluctantly hands over the bag on the goon's say-so.
Michael then says, "Tell [Von Baldy] this isn't finished." "Oh, you can tell him yourself," the goon says unctuously, but before he can explain how he's planning to engineer a meeting between Von Baldy and Michael, he is surrounded by a dozen uniformed soldiers. The platoon sergeant explains that the goon will be coming with them as a security precaution. Michael and Linc take advantage of the many swarming soldiers to slip out of the sight of Lead Goon and his three undergoons. The soldiers then take Lead Goon into a back room and tell him to empty out the bag. "All I've got in there is a laptop and an external hard drive. I'm telling you, you've got the wrong guy," Lead Goon says. The soldier pulls out a MacBook and ... a book. Cut to Lead Guy losing his cool and lunging for the bag, which ticks off the soldier. Reluctantly, Lead Goon steps back and lets the other man finish searching. He picks up the book, which is titled All's Well That Ends Well. Oh, that Team Scylla with their puckish humor! I am curious, however, if Michael sent Dr. Sara out to Barnes & Noble to buy the book or if they just happened to have a volume of Shakespeare's comedies on hand.