Title Card: "THE QUIET ONES." Vince kicks open a door to a theater. A big one, too. I think it's a movie theater, because it doesn't look like there's room for much of a stage. But if it is, it's got a surprisingly large number of seats, with multiple balconies. Orwell tells Vince they'll be safe in there. He's checked his clothes for tracking devices, but Orwell suggests that it might be on his skin. This may have been a ploy to get him to take his shirt off. Vince holds a lighter while she unwraps his bandage. She seems to mostly be studying his pectoral muscles. He talks about watching his son play baseball. Orwell claims that she didn't know her mother and that her brother left when he was twelve. I guess they're bonding.
Hicks blacks up. Goggles says that the Cape's secret will be safe with them, because he's about to become "part of the family."
Trip and Jerry eat ice cream. Trip tells Jerry that his father died in the line of duty, and anything else you hear is a lie. Jerry says that his father just left one day. "I moved on. You?" He's very nonjudgmental.
Orwell has moved to Vince's back. She talks about how her father used to watch her dance. Then she sees a tiny thing she claims is a "subcutaneous laser imprint," which monitors everything. "Whoever did this knows you better than your doctor ever will." Well, maybe doctors should use that then, huh? I mean, if sticking something the size of a freckle onto you will instantly keep track of how much air is in your lungs, what's the point of going in for a check-up? Suddenly! Hicks is there, and he's blasting away with a machine gun. Again with the subtlety!
Title Card: "DIVIDE AND CONQUER" Hicks has night vision, um, goggles and tells Goggles that Elvis is not yet back in Graceland. They've got entertaining lingo, but I think they're making it up as they go along. There's no way they designated Vince as Codename Elvis. Hicks drops the machine gun and gets out a knife. We see the fight in bright green from Hicks's point of view, and it's pretty cool. Goggles is watching via Van Monitor, because the night-vision goggles have a camera in them or something. He decides he needs more light and turns the electricity back on. The resultant blast of light in the theatre makes Hicks fall over the balcony. [Teamwork! - Z]