Sterling, along with Simon, Sean, and Vicky, is searching the office that they all assume used to be Beardo's. Simon tells Sean that they're looking for notes, receipts, basically anything they can find. You know, everyone in this scene is a highly trained secret agent, except for Sean. I shall be somewhat vexed if Sean is the one who finds something everyone else has overlooked. While they search, Sterling remembers that Vicky used to be a top CIA spy that went rogue, and that there were rumors that she was being scapegoated by her division chief, and that she went rogue and did black ops. She denies it, vaguely. Seems like she should be pleased that they found out she was being made a scapegoat, right?
Simon tells Sean that Leila was alive when he last saw her, but that Michael was shot. Leila stayed behind. See? Another scene where we have to spend time watching someone tell someone else something we already know. He apologizes for leaving her, although he had an urgent mission to save the president. Sean accepts that, and says that he'll find her when they're done. I guess at this point, he's feeling pretty confident in his ability to get incredibly lucky and find someone he has no hope of locating. Everyone decides that there's nothing to be found in the office. But! Just then! A garbage truck pulls up outside and they realize that maybe all the important papers were thrown away just before they got there. So they all run downstairs and take possession of the dumpster. Time to go through the trash! Sean is the one to find a cluster of receipts from one particular area in Maryland. Of course he is. And they have precise times on them, so Sterling wants to use an NSA satellite. Sterling's phone rings (adding him to the long list of people on this show who leave their mobile phones on even when they're wanted federal fugitives) and it's Martinez! He thanks Sterling for saving his life and asks that he also thank Agent Lee. That's nice of him. And now it's time for another infodump, this time from Sterling to Martinez. Sterling says he assumes Jarvis is being played for a fool. That's probably a safe bet, although you should be open to the possibility that he's just naturally foolish.