Kiefer and Cole are doing some more driving, using the dash monitor to look over the search grid, which is still at 12 possible buildings. "Still too much ground to cover," Cole says. Fortunately he's distracted from the hopelessness of the search by his ringing cell phone. When he answers it, Dana whispers, "Cole, it's over." Keeping his tone businesslike so as not to tip off Kiefer sitting next to him, Cole says he's not sure he heard her. Dana says the parole officer knows everything, and wants the raw feeds. "I'm gonna give it to him, Cole... I just thought that you should know." "Why don't you wait?" Cole asks crisply. He tells her not to do anything, and they'll talk about it when he gets back. Dana refuses, saying Cole will just get into more trouble on her behalf and she doesn't want that to happen. So she hangs up on him. Cole is probably worried not only about Dana going down, but himself as well; anyone who knows about the robbery can probably follow the thread to the deaths, and the cover-up of the corpses. The more I think about that part of it, the more convinced I am that Cole should have just left Kevin and Nick where they were and let Gary Sinise try to figure it out. They were both killed by Nick's weapons, after all. Anyway, Kiefer asks Cole, "You got a problem?" Cole says no, and Kiefer snaps, "Good, because I need you to keep your head in this, you understand?" Cole agrees. Sure, Kiefer's a little grumpy, and I would be too if I were in his situation and saw this stupid storyline beginning to encroach on mine.
Episode Report CardM. Giant: A+ | 1074 USERS: B
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