Usually, Michael has a clear idea of who he's going after--not just guesswork based off evidence, but solid visual confirmation of the target in the process of criminal activity. That's why this episode was different. Stumbling around an antique thief who isn't afraid of hurting people, Michael and Fi first pick, incorrectly, who the main thief is, positioning themselves in a sticky situation as a result. But, as always, they figure it out in the end and that part of the episode is wrapped up in a nice bow.
On the other side of things, Kendra proves herself to be a little on the crazy side, showing that she can bash her head to the point of bleeding without any reaction. Still, Michael is the master of everything, so he has a failsafe plan up his sleeve which works perfectly. Jesse pretends to be the weak link in order to trick Kendra into revealing information. Barry spoofs her bank account papers to show zero balance, her employer siphoning her money, and she takes revenge by telling Jesse that Cassar was one of three who botched a bank robbery. Sam has Kendra sent to the FBI, but I wonder how long can they hold her. Hopefully forever, because Navi Rawat really doesn't have what it takes to be convincing.
We're moving exceedingly slow until we can find out whoever is behind everything, and the overarching story is boring me to death even if I did like Jesse interrogating Kendra. And whatever happened to Michael's new handler, Vaughn?