Bonneville is the sort of part Burt Reynolds would have played in the ’70s or Nick Nolte in the ’80s—somebody for whom swagger and certainty are their most noteworthy resources. He talks down to associate Claire Maddox and by and large disregards his manager Geoffrey Mallard (Kevin Pollak). At the point when Bonneville knows about an uprising in Quito, Ecuador, he persuades the forces that be to send him and Finch to the scene to write about the activity direct.
While in transit to the airplane terminal, Finch coincidentally discards the printed material expected to load onto the plane, including their travel papers. In a minute of frenzy, at a neighborhood Spanish eatery that Finch likes (where poor America Ferrera is stuck doing a sweet-however idiotic platitude), they think of a ludicrous arrangement.