Aaaaand -- switch! We're in Ness City, Kansas, and T-Bag is walking up Susan's front porch. He pulls off his hat -- it's worth noting here that he did this with Denise too, every time he talked to her, and I can't figure out if he honestly had some manners drilled into him as a child or if this is part of his constructed persona -- and walks up the stairs, looking nervous. He rings the bell. Susan's voice calls out, "Hold on one sec!" When she comes to the door, the same woman who was so in fear for her life that she abruptly relocated just flings that door wide open without bothering to see who it is, because she just assumes it's the food delivery guy.
She is wrong. T-Bag grins, "Hello, Mrs. Hollander. They say a good woman is hard to find." Susan is too stunned to slam the door shut. She watches T-Bag advance on her as he says, "If that's true, you must be very, very, very good." As he closes the door, T-Bag tells the gaping woman, "Don't be frightened. Teddy's home."
Meanwhile, there is more pursuit, but we've already established my feelings on that. The upshot is that Mahone whips out his mobile and tells Kellerman, "They're improvising, heading toward the surface." Kellerman rolls his eyes and abandons his giant weapon. (I wonder if he names his guns. And I wonder if the big one is named Caroline?) Heading down to the labyrinth under Albuquerque, he pulls out his handgun.
Michael takes a moment to stop the running and ask Linc, "If we get separated and something happens to one of us, if one of us doesn't make it, promise me you'll find Sara." If something happens to "one of us," Linc is supposed to find Dr. Sara? Nice avoidance rhetoric there, Michael. Linc says they'll make it. Michael stubbornly extracts the promise, then they're off to the races again.
Speaking of the good doctor, remember that suicide fake-out scene? Well, yeah. Fake-out scene. We get the neck-down shot of Dr. Sara walking down the street. She stops at a trash can, pulls out her mobile -- hers, I think, not the burners she bought with Michael -- and tosses it in the trash. Then she pulls out one wallet, extracts the cash and tosses it. From the depths of the couch, the husband says, "Look, honey, Dr. Sara is finally decluttering her purse. Are you happy now?" And yes, I am. Dr. Sara declutters further by pulling out her own wallet. She falters over her Fox River ID badge -- her last link to her life as a doctor -- then tosses the whole shebang. That done, we get to pan up, where we see that Dr. Sara's given herself a new, shaggy, long bob. Frankly, it looks great on her. Between this and the purse decluttering, she ought to be feeling sassy, so really -- turn that frown upside-down and get a move on.