When she arrives in her room, there's a bottle of champers chilling, waiting, and I say "WOOO!" real loud because I see Edward "The Equalizer" Woodward is a special guest this week. So, she makes the room all comfy, turns on some sultry saxophone Espionage Jams! Greatest Hits, Volume IV, hides her knockout drops behind the sofa cushions, and whoops! There's Frohike. Langly emerges, saying, "The bathroom has a water fountain in it." Hee. So glad they they're busting her gig for a change. She gets all huffy that they're there, and they ask her to explain some email they got. She asks how they found her and Frohike says they tracked her down via her latest anagram, "Sara Lee Wheyvold." Frenchy walks in, sees the party, and walks out. Yves fusses and huffs some more, goes onto the balcony, and starts scaling the walls. Then she says three dudes are headed up to "kill everyone in the room." Frohike and Langly pause for a moment, then cause a pileup in the doorway in their rush to exit. At the door, they see three thugs headed their way. Quickly, they lock the door and gather up the sheets and towels, and by the time the thugs bust in, all they find is a sheet-and-towel rope hanging off the balcony. The thugs split, and we see that Langly and Frohike have hidden themselves on top of the table parasol. Just as I was about to doubt that a parasol could hold the weight of two men, it collapses. Whoa! We have pratfall number one.
The Lone Gun-Bunker. Yves is still steaming mad. Yeah, yeah, don't get your leather thong all in a wad. So, finally they tell her about the email they got, in text and voice file form. It's the chimp who, using Edward Woodward's voice, tells the Gun-Dudes that he's captive, "a slave" held in a lab by people in the D.O.D., and there are others like him. He's heard of their work and tireless fight for democracy, too. Uh-huh. Wow, a chimp never kissed my ass before. I must not be a very good writer. Or maybe my work just doesn't speak to captive, highly intelligent monkeys. No, I know that can't be true. So, Yves is all, that's Edward Woodward, and Jimmy is like, the guy from The Equalizer is being held captive? So sick am I of the Jimmy-is-stupid thing, I take a long break from recapping and watch the vampire movie-fest on FX. Hours later, I am back. Sigh. So, Yves is all like, someone is yanking you, and through thoughtful hacking, the LGs have found out the email did come from behind a D.O.D. firewall, and that they're going to go up with a crowbar, as requested, to help free "Peanuts." That's the "slave name" the chimp was given. Yves is coming along, because, "[they] owe [her]." And that makes sense how? Oh, never mind.