Sterling and Peel watch footage of Martinez collapsing over and over again until they notice Jarvis snagging the sweetener packet. Aha! And here's a coincidence: just as they see that, Sophia tells Jarvis that as long as he's hidden the sweetener packet, there can be no proof. But Sterling and Peel see footage of the spilled coffee soaking into the carpet. It's weird that the security camera zoomed in on that. Sterling runs to the Situation Room and finds three dudes cleaning it up. They explain that they thought they were supposed to do that. It's their only line!
Alientown. Michael drags Luis into the house and tells Leila to clean up the blood. It's daytime now, even though it was night when they killed Luis. The only logical explanation is that it took six hours to drag Luis's body two blocks. Michael tells Leila that he's not running anywhere and that she's not "one of them." She's with the aliens now. With that out of the way, Michael has other things on his mind: "Now clean up the blood, we're wasting time." Michael puts Luis in a couple of trash bags while Leila wipes down the floor between the door and the kitchen. Wouldn't there be blood outside, then? Actually, why is there so much blood? They bonked Luis's head and twisted his neck, so at worst, we're looking at a nosebleed.
Just then! Sophia knocks on the door. She can sort of see Leila in there. Leila frantically wipes up some blood and opens the door. They exchange awkward greetings, then Sophia comes in. Leila sees some drops of blood she missed, because she's terrible at this. She stands on the blood and claims that Michael's sleeping upstairs. Sophia is unimpressed and directs Leila to go wake him up. Leila won't do it, so Sophia starts to go up the stairs herself. Michael steps out from around the corner to the kitchen, so Leila has to pretend that she didn't hear her father come downstairs. Sophia wants to talk privately with Michael, which he's fine with. Outside, Sophia says she hasn't seen Luis and asks Michael to track him down.