Cut to Cullen in a hospital bed. His vitals machines start beeping and he suddenly wakes up and grabs the attending doctor. He reaches for a nearby syringe and injects it into the doctor's neck, grabs the doctor's coat and hat, and walks out of the prison right past security. He hops into the doctor's car and drives off. Let this be a cautionary tale to all you doctors out there.
At The Undercovers Home, Sam is with Lizzy making final arrangements for her and Steven's trip to Ireland. Lizzy will be taking care of the unfortunately named dog, Waldorf, again, which she'll cheerfully do. Then, suddenly Steven's prophecy comes true. Lizzy asks Sam for $700, but it's totally cool because she's going to use that money for cooking classes. So, you know, it's totally like an investment in the business. Lizzy even has stolen one of Samantha's checks and filled it out for her! This is what being sisters is all about. I'm almost certain this exact scene was in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, even though I never saw it. Sam agrees to give Lizzy the money, but on the condition Lizzy keeps this from Steven. Just as she's saying this, Steven walks in and can sense the awkward tension. Lizzy leaves abruptly, and Steven just takes a big ol' bite of an apple without saying a word.
Dublin postcard over Irish punk music. The Blooms arrive at the prison where Cullen was locked up and say they're there to investigate from the Department of Irish Accents or something. That's great, says the warden, because the chief inspector is already there checking out the scene. The Undercovers go tense at this development, but it turns out it's just Leo being conspicuous as all get out. Like, all of get out.
Title card. I love that the closed-captioning for the title sequence says, "Intriguing music." Commercials.
Back in prison, the Blooms scold Leo for being so brash, but it's just Leo going "balls out." That's not something that should be unexpected at all. Defensive Leo sounds a lot like a young David Duchovny here, but alas, if Leo were Duchovny we wouldn't have the show we currently have. But then again, maybe I spoke too soon, because Leo alludes to confiscating Cullen's porn from his cell. Sam finds the drug monkey and notices the white powder. Leo asks, "Where's Hoyt when you need him?" and Bill immediately responds through their earpieces. Do these people always have these earpieces? Where can I get one? "Comically," Hoyt has mistaken an Irish accent for a pirate accent. Steven asks Hoyt to please stop saying, "Matey." Thank you, Steven. They take a sample of the white powder and transmit it to Hoyt for analysis. It's a compound called "Darvix," which mimics a seizure. Well, I could've told you that.