Patton says that the bad-ass Cuban assassination group is headed by a guy named Antonio Moray (your guess is as good as mine on the spelling of this one). Moray's father and paternal uncle were both killed by Fidel's revolutionary tribunal in 1960. The Moray factories and tobacco plantations were all closed due to these deaths. Patton finishes up by saying that these facts are just the top sheet of a rather extensive file, and that he's ordered up archived files for further investigation.
Rocky steps up to bat. By the way, his character's name is "Carl Reese," but I like "Rocky" much better, so "Rocky" it shall be. Rocky fills everyone in on Castro's detailed itinerary. One of the Spy Guys belligerently says that he's not going to get any support from his division on this. On what? On Castro's travel plans? On how many packets of peanuts Castro gets between Cuba and New York? Shut up, dude. Grab yourself another cup of CIA-sanctioned Sanka and shut the hell up.
Big Cheese ignores Snotty Spy Guy and says, "Fidel Castro has been a thorn in this agency's side for forty years. Half a dozen times, the President has ordered us to kill him. Half a dozen times, I've watched my predecessors fail. Do you know what the President said to me less than an hour ago? 'Do everything in your power to maintain status quo.'" "Save Fidel," Billy says, trying to firmly ensconce himself between Big Cheese's butt cheeks. Yes, Billy. Unless maintaining status quo involves slaughtering a long-standing Cuban leader, I'd say that means you're supposed to save the son of a bitch. "If Casey was still around," says Big Cheese, "he'd laugh my ass all the way across the Potomac." Aw, look at the reference to the former head of Reagan's CIA. These writers must have been combing countless websites for CIA references just to make these lines sound as pertinent and inside-workings-sounding as possible. Good work, writers!
Then we're over in the hack-happy graphic design department with Paige and some guy with a soul patch. He asks her what her cover is. She tells him it's the Department of Commerce. Is she a field operative? Isn't she a fake ID artist? Why does she need a cover? Whatever. Soul Patch tells her that her cover isn't very "sexy," and then says that he used to run a dot-com with a market cap of six hundred million. "That's a cover?" responds Paige. "No," he says, "that's the truth. I've been a puppet, a poet, a pauper, a pirate, and now I'm just a straight guy who likes show tunes, hacking for the CIA." Yeah, I don't know what he's talking about either. Was he actually a dot-com magnate? Was he really a puppet? Are there really pirates in existence in this day and age? Is that soul patch really necessary?