Kyle is loitering in a nondescript alley when he gets Jack's call. (Living in NYC, I have to say, I don't think there are that many alleys. I mean, an alley is just undeveloped real estate. Why have an alley when you can put up a 15-story luxury condo building with stainless steel appliances and a $3million price tag? Right?) It's not clear why he is there, but Mr. Turtleneck steps out from somewhere (not the shadows because it's midday) the second Kyle hangs up and tells Kyle that Anna has a job for him. Kyle snorts derisively and Mr. Turtleneck pulls out a picture of a woman and reminds Kyle that their deal is that he works for them and this woman, Sarah, stays alive. Kyle smirks, "Yeah, she's been dead five years. Nice try, asshat." Mr. Turtleneck smiles that Kyle never found the body and she's actually alive. Then he plays a recording of a woman (who sounds like Erica) saying something non-committal like "Kyle, they have me!" and then the recording ends. It's not very convincing, but I guess we are supposed to believe that Kyle is so overwhelmed with emotion that he forgets to be logical. Kyle! Take a moment and listen to reason! Instead Kyle points a gun at Mr. Turtleneck and demands to know where she is. Mr. Turtleneck gently reminds him that if he kills him then he will never find Sarah. Instead, all Kyle has to do is walk over to the siege with this little device and cause a massive 'splosion. Easy peasy, right? For some reason Kyle agrees to it. I guess he trusts the Visitors now? That is probably the main lapse in this show's plots. I mean why would any of the Fifth Column fighters trust the Visitors when they make these deals with them? I mean does Ryan really think Anna will ever give him his daughter? Does Erica really think Anna will leave Tyler alone? Does Kyle really think he does this one little favor and his wife/sister/girlfriend/daughter will be returned to him and he can go retire in Boca? I mean, really? Why would anyone believe them when they have proved themselves to be completely untrustworthy? Well, at least this episode is enjoyable to watch. Kyle lets Mr. Turtleneck walk away as he stares at the detonation device.
Back at the siege site, Erica's partner, Bolling, spies Jack standing on the sidelines. He decides now would be a great time to rough up a priest in public. He grabs him by the shirt and warns him that if anything happens to Erica, Bolling is coming after him. This is all kinds of stupid considering Bolling knows Erica and Jack are friends of some sort and Bolling is the one launching an internal affairs investigation into Erica. Hey show, *shrug*. Jack smoothes his shirt as Bolling walks off to stand around more.