Wait. I still don't. Never mind.
Paige starts to exit after informing Miles of the Reese (a.k.a. "Rocky") visit. "I know," says Miles distractedly. "Fidel Castro's coming to New York and they're afraid he's going to be assassinated." Paige looks at him in surprise. "I like Fidel," says Miles. "His funeral I'd go to." Hee. I can already tell who my favorite character's going to be. And I can already tell I'm not going to see enough of him.
Random office file cabinet. A woman stands in front of it, and as a man whose face we can't see approaches, the woman whips out a file and hands it to him. We see what he sees as he pages through the file: pictures, documents with whole paragraphs blacked out, the words "TOP SECRET" scattered throughout. Patton comes into the frame as the holder of the file and sits down at his desk. "Barbara!" he barks. "Tell the director I need to see him. Now." Oooh. Look at Patton wielding his tiny staff of power. Odds are, Barbara called up the director's assistant and softly told her that Patton wished to have an audience with His Cheesiness at his earliest convenience. Stuff that staff, Patton. You only have power over Barbara, and don't you forget it.
Some other CIA office. Hey! It's Jeanie Boulet from ER! Where're your scrubs, Jeanie? Where's your stethoscope? Oh. That's right. She's a CIA manager now. She's CIA Manager Jeanie Boulet!
Jeanie's sitting at her desk as Rocky enters and asks if she's read the "Coheva" file. Yeah, I don't know what he's talking about either. She tells him that she's barely read it and doesn't know how she can help. Rocky informs her that Big Cheese wants an officer on the ground in Miami by noon.
"How 'bout the COS in Key West?" she suggests. "He wants you," says Rocky. "You have a Cuban ops background; Moray's planning a terrorist act." "By whose definition?" she challenges. "Last time I checked you considered these groups freedom fighters. This falls under the Latin American division." Jeanie attempts to slap the file back onto Rocky, but he tells her that someone named Garcia thought she'd be a good choice to handle this situation, because they need someone impartial down there to ward "these people" off. "Who said I was impartial?" she says. Yeah, I don't know what she's talking about either.