Johnny and Dutch drop into the local watering hole, presided over by none other than Pree — only he's not a friend yet. Jacobi gets in a fight with some of the patrons, bringing Dutch in with him to the fray.
After sailing through their interrogations, Johnny and Dutch are escorted down to the storage room where their confiscated cargo was taken. They're told that at some point in the past three hours, something inside the cargo exploded, sending out an opaque cloud of smoke, providing cover for a team of thiefs to steal some poison from the storage room. Of course, this explanation was pieced together by Dutch and Jacobi, and the Killjoy realizes they're more useful to him free than behind bars.
So Dutch and Johnny petition for their freedom: they'll help find the thiefs if they get to go free. Dutch has to swallow a tracker, but other than that, they're off the hook. But if they don't find the poison, then they're back in the crud.
Johnny reverses the frequency on the detonator he found in the cargo room. He tracks it to this stronghold, where a couple of tech hacks are twiddling their thumbs. They know the guy who took the poison and where he ran off to, but for Dutch to get there, she's going to need some high-level clearance. No prob.
But Johnny won't let Dutch go at it alone. He surprises her at the event hall where the galaxy's elite have convened, impersonating her husband. It's there that they'll be able to find the folks that took that poison.
Before Dutch tortures the assassin for the code to the antidote, Johnny intervenes to stop her — she doesn't want to revert to her old ways again, no matter how tempting they are. Thankful, the assassin unlocks the vial... with a whistle.