Felicity's haggard old mother takes the trash outside and notices a new Range Rover in her driveway. Hey, hold up -- RevCam said he wanted Felicity to drive the kids around in the car, not that he wanted her to take it home with her. Anyway, Felicity's mom is all, "FELICITY!!!" We cut to a pubescent boy running around the car and saying how great it is. Hello, pubescent boy. Thanks for entering this movie without any sort of introduction. He's actually supposed to be Jeff, Felicity's brother. Felicity's mom says it's unbelievable, and that her daughter is eighteen years old and doesn't need to be driving a Range Rover. Jeff asks for a ride to school. Felicity and Jeff jump in the car. Felicity's mom claims that the car costs twice as much as she makes in a year, which is a blatant lie since I know that nurses can make pretty good bank, up to fifty dollars an hour if they work at the right place. Felicity's mom must be lazy. She tells Felicity to be careful; Felicity shows off her careful skills by screeching her tires as she pulls out of the driveway.
Felicity pulls up at school and shows off her new wheels. Tracy thinks the Range Rover is great; Bardo, not so much. He wants to know what Felicity gave RevCam for him to give this to her. Tracy jumps in the car and raves about how it even has a phone. I'm beginning to think that this movie was written in 1985. Felicity and Bardo fight some more, and then he leaves. "What's his problem?" Felicity asks Tracy. "I don't know, but this thing is bad!" Tracy says. She's cool.
Clair is back, and she's wearing yet another new sensible pantsuit. She's on her way out of the station until Frank asks her where she's going. She says she's going to her house to let her dog out. Does Clair ever work? She lazier than Felicity's mom. Frank's all, "You treat that dog better than you treat me!" Clair says that her dog "does more" for her than Frank does. I don't want to know what that's about, but I really hope that peanut butter isn't involved. Clair says she left the lab results from Sally's autopsy on Frank's desk. He asks her if everything checked out. She says it didn't, actually, then walks away. Hey, should Frank really be working on a case involving his best friend like that? Frank calls out to her across the parking lot and asks her what she means. Clair yells back that Sally had no gunpowder residue on her hand. Any and all of the bikini-clad women (I know, I thought this was supposed to be television for women) walking around those two could hear this. Frank and Clair seriously need to take a few lessons on preserving confidentiality. Frank says that the gunpowder tests aren't always one hundred percent conclusive. Clair says that Sally was murdered, and does Frank want to tell RevCam or should she? If he's within a half mile of those two, then he already knows, doesn't he?
In a gazebo on the water, RevCam, Felicity, and RevCam's kids are fishing. The kids are wearing life vests, which seems a little overprotective, but whatever. RevCam notices Frank walking over to them and excuses himself. RevCam asks Frank what's up, putting a hand on Frank's cheek. That's not your typical straight male friendly gesture. Frank tells RevCam about the new lab results. He says he still thinks it's a suicide, but Clair wants to investigate. They'll have to look at everyone, like the lover, the husband, and the babysitter. "Felicity?" RevCam says. Frank says Felicity had access to the house, and maybe she was stealing something when Sally surprised her. And Felicity responded by shooting her in the face with a gun she happened to have in her hand? Okay, Frank. RevCam says Frank is wrong about Felicity. Frank tells RevCam not to be so trusting.