Nightfall at the hotel. Hoyt cross-checks all the submitted artwork with the files Samantha and Clive were able to retrieve from the director's office computer. He finds that the painting "Decima" is the one that does not belong on the list. He excitedly goes to tell Tessa his findings and instead finds her on the phone with someone, giving out numbers. Not suspicious at all. Hoyt walks in and she starts acting all jumpy and overexplainy. Again, not suspicious at all. He shows her the painting and she immediately recognizes the name "Decima" for the Roman goddess. You know, Xerxes was part of that whole Persian and Greco-Roman era. Not. Suspicious. As they look over the artwork, Tessa and Hoyt almost kiss. Surely it would be Hoyt's first kiss, but alas, it's not meant to be.
Hoyt goes to lament to Steven about his failure at love and life. He thinks Tessa's like an onion -- the more he peels her layers, the more he wants to cry. Homeboy is in love with an onion. Who are you to judge? Hoyt realizes him and Tessa would never work out. Steven advises Hoyt to just go for it as Sam enters and overhears. Hoyt exits, which gives Sam and Steven a window of opportunity for some sexy time. Getting it on with the help has always been a fantasy of Samantha's. They kiss and make-up and then get it on. Somehow, this fades into Steven and Hoyt waking up in the room together to find the forgery painting has finished printing. They're off to go make the switch.
It's still dark out. Skulking out in the courtyard, Hoyt follows Steven's lead. Everything's going great until that Donald Trump lookalike and his spiky-haired henchman come up from behind and hold them at gunpoint. Trump: "Take them off premises and kill them." Seriously, this needs to be on the next Apprentice.
It's the next day at the auction and Sam is worried that she hasn't heard from Steven. Clive thinks there has to be an explanation. The explanation is Steven and Hoyt are tied up in the back of a van being driven to their final resting spots. Steven manages to undo their handcuffs with a wire key. They climb out of opposite sides of the truck and make their way to the driver. Driver pulls a gun and shoots at them both, but he can't really shoot at them both at the same time, so Steven finally catches him aiming at Hoyt and punches him out. He grabs the driver and tosses him out of the truck so they can commandeer the vehicle. Hoyt feels like the Sundance Kid. If only.