Sam and Andi are reading the paper in the bathtub displays at the Workbench when Tony comes rushing up and hugs Sam. He has been worried because El Diablo is on the war path about Mike 's continued escapes. Tony offers to be of assistance and Andi asks him to look at Sam 's contract with the Devil. Neither Sam nor Tony thinks it will do any good because those contracts are pretty rock solid, but Tony agrees to have a gander. Meanwhile, Sock is helping Ben and Sarah prepare for their interview with the INS. Sock is unimpressed with their fake family albums. Not because of the badly Photoshopped vacation pics, but because of the lack of nudity. Sock convinces them that loving couples take nudie shots all the time and if they don 't believe that then they should at least believe that the INS guy will be so shocked by the dirty photos he will have no choice but to accept that their passion is real. Sarah goes for it and shows Sock some naked photos she has of herself on her phone. Apparently class is not something they look for in immigration interviews. By the way, I believe now is the appropriate time to present my model immigration policy. Simply put, I believe there should be a niceness test for all new immigrants. If you are an ass you can 't immigrate. We have enough jackass native sons, we don 't need jerks from the Czech Republic, Iceland, or (dare I say it?) Canada. However, if you are nice, Welcome to America! Anyway, back to our show. Needless to say, Sock and Sarah convince Ben that naked photos are a good idea.
Sam is riding the elevator to his apartment when Mike hops on to the elevator with him. Awkward! Mike tries to convince Sam to go out clubbing with him, but Sam has no interest in going out "clubbing" with some middle-aged tanning salon milquetoast like Mike. Mike is disappointed to hear that despite all his charm, Sam is still intent on collecting him when he gets the vessel back. As Mike disappears, Sam opens the door to his apartment to find the Devil ready to celebrate the recapturing of Mike. Sam breaks it to him that Mike was just in his elevator and the Devil is less than thrilled. Sam doesn 't understand why the Devil cares so much about Mike since he 's just a player. The Devil looks hurt by this and explains to Sam that Mike is not just a skeeve -- he causes real havoc. He takes Sam on a field trip back to the house where he caught him climbing out the window to illustrate Mike 's damage: After Mike 's fling, the husband shot his wife and then killed himself. It was all Mike 's fault and he must be captured.