Peter Fleming and Peter Portman are having dinner in a fancy restaurant, along with two other people. Orwell is wearing a wig and claims to write for a prominent foodblog that just got bought by Mise en Place magazine. Come to think of it, I don't know if the magazine exists either. She has successfully scammed the waitstaff into giving her a table next to Portman, even though they're supposedly all booked up.
Vince busts down a door and capes at a silhouette. But he just decapitates a mannequin. It's good to stay in practice.
Orwell uses her shiny butter knife to look behind her and monitor the Portman-Fleming table. Cain shows up at Orwell's table as a waiter and unwisely reveals his forearm tattoo while pouring the wine. Orwell texts Vince, who vanishes in front of a monkey. Did that sentence make sense? Let me break that down a little more. Vince received Orwell's text, and looked around Cain's weird drug lab. A monkey in a cage was watching, so Vince apparently decided it was worthwhile to waste a smoke bomb and vanish. POOF!
Cain hits on Orwell, saying he thinks they've met. He insists that she join him in the kitchen. Isn't he a wine steward? Can they really invite people into the kitchen? I've always had the impression that the kitchen was where the back-of-house people were busy making food, and that they wouldn't necessarily appreciate the waiters bringing dates back there.
The kitchen is empty, which seems odd. Didn't that one guy claim that they were completely booked up? Cain surreptitiously grabs a knife, and blocks Orwell's attempted tasering. He walks slowly at her with a knife, and she wallops him with some metal kitchen stuff. He seems to get somewhat annoyed, but not deterred. He lifts his knife, but it gets caped. Caped! Cain throws a knife at Vince, and Vince catches it and throws it back. It's all in the reflexes! They fight.
Orwell runs out to the dining room and takes Portman's food away. I feel like she's engaged in some sort of farce at this point.
Cain and Vince scuffle. There's a stove involved. Each of them holds the others' face near it. There's plenty of time to wonder why this kitchen is completely empty.