Culinary Kitchen. Seriously, shouldn't these meetings between Shaw and the Blooms be happening elsewhere? Shaw lets off steam about the Blooms letting Kruger escape. He facetiously suggests they find his address to send him some delicious scones. "You tasted my scones?" Sam asks naively. "No, I did not taste your scones!" Snerk. To top things off, the tracking chip Steven implanted into Kruger's watch is not, you know, tracking because Steven neglected to activate it. This is yet again because Steven didn't follow instructions. Womp womp. Shaw's had enough of this pansy-ass bullshit. He will be bolstering their team for the remainder of the operation. Cue Leo Nash's entrance. Shaw explains this works out because of his personal relationship with the Blooms and his expertise in current generation technology. He can probably get the tracker online. To affirm this, Leo offers his fist to Steven for a fist bump. Steven reluctantly gives him an elbow, which is enough for Leo who turns and hugs Sam. "God, you smell good," he tells Sam. That's enough to set off Steven to insist they lay down some ground rules. Leo's just like, "Sure, whatever."
Close-up on a cell phone with its guts exposed. The main henchman who spoke to Nasir earlier about when the bomb would be ready sets a timer on the mini-explosive inside the phone, sets the phone inside a car and hurries off to stand with his two cronies at a safe distance. They wait and Main Henchman says to his cohorts that if this doesn't work Kruger will have them kill Nasir. The timer reaches zero and nothing happens for a beat. Then, KA-BLOOEY! The car explodes and sends the three men flying back in a cartoony CGI-blast. Main Henchman sits up unharmed and laughs.
Back at Culinary Kitchen Secret Room, with Shaw gone, Leo insists he is now in charge, which sparks an argument with Steven. Sam says it doesn't matter who's in charge, they just need to get the tracker working. Just then, Lizzy bursts into the room asking everyone to try her quiche she just made because it's a life or death situation. Such juxtaposition of perspective, that is. Leo dutifully tries the quiche and gives up every compliment he can to Lizzy, including "quiche-tastic." Yup. They make googley eyes at each other for a moment until Steven grabs Leo and insists they go somewhere quiet to get to work. Lizzy turns to Sam to tell her sister Leo's cute. "No," Sam snaps. In fairness, she doesn't lie to her sister when she tells Lizzy that Leo is an alcoholic which wouldn't be a good idea since she's a recovering alcoholic. Way to have faith in your sister's will power, Sam.