France! Vicky drives Sean, who is asleep. An alarm wakes him up, and he says that he needs to enter the code to keep her son's location from going viral. He's going to be awfully sleep-deprived after awhile, isn't he? Maybe Vicky could set up a fake alarm to trick Sean into typing the code somewhere she can see. Or she could tie him to a chair and pistol-whip him until he agrees to stop threatening her son. I'm just throwing out ideas here. She's not as helpless as she's acting. In plot-related news, They're almost to a safe-house where they will meet a contact of Vicky's, named Henri. Sean pries into Vicky's life, and she doesn't answer his questions. I don't think we care about Vicky, do we? Sean's being a jerk to her, but that doesn't mean I want to know all about her childhood or anything.
After parking, they enter a tunnel. Vicky pounds on a big wooden door and goes around back. Sean has been left alone and he immediately discovers that there's a Frenchman on a ledge pointing a gun at him. This, I suppose, is Henri. Bonjour, Henri! Henri says he doesn't know any Vicky Roberts, but when Vicky shows up, he knows her. That was the most pointless Fake Drama moment yet. By the time I realized that the show was even trying to make me worried about Sean getting shot, Vicky was back and Henri was delighted to see her.
Everyone enters the coziest, most welcoming safe house ever. Henri pours wine for Sean and Vicky. Henri and Vicky tell a story about French accents, wine, and an assassination. Henri's accent is a little thick, and I'm not all that interested, so I don't know what they're talking about. Vicky reveals that she was CIA at one point. Henri explains that she left the Agency when she got "burned" by a superior to cover up one of his mistakes. Could that be CIA Director Blake Sterling? While Vicky leaves the room for a moment, Henri wants to know why Vicky is helping Sean. Sean thinks for a moment and decides to just admit that he's blackmailing her. Henri doesn't seem to mind. But he thinks Vicky doesn't do anything she doesn't want to do. More vodka! More wine! I guess it's nice that somebody on this show gets to have a good time, but I don't think Vicky or Sean have really earned it.