Back at Leo's hideout, Sam and Steven watch the recorded video of Nash while Bill incessantly offers Steven various cheeses. This guy is not going to get old. Sam spots something in the video. She enhances a small portion of a freeze-framed image which appears to be an upside-down logo. The three of them crane their heads in unison to make out the logo for Mareno Sastre which spins, righting itself and transitioning us from the image to the actual sign for the dry cleaners shop.
From across the street, Sam watches the shop owner through a monocular as the man locks up and leaves for the night. Sam accuses Steven of thinking they're really on assignment to capture Leo as a traitor, which he doesn't deny. Steven and Sam pick the lock of the back door of the dry cleaners. Steven feels the need to critique Sam's lock picking technique. Oh uh. Trouble in paradise. Steven's just frustrated that they're stuck doing this while Leo is probably "having the time of his life."
Cut to Leo getting punched in the face. He insists to his captor that he is done with the CIA and he wants out. He'd like to tell Slotsky that in person. The henchman isn't swayed. He walks around behind Leo's chair and breaks one of Leo's fingers. Leo sees he needs to offer up something here, so he tells the guy he has hidden a laptop in a train station in Madrid with part of the document they want. It can be found in locker 318. Leo's captor is intrigued.