Present. Doc and Rebecca go to Nikki and ask her to track Clarence's prescriptions. It's a good thing that whoever took him in '63 didn't give him magic healing abilities like they did with some of the other prisoners. She tracks the prescriptions to Emmitt. "Thanks, Nikki, I owe you a drink," Rebecca says. "Yeah, me, too," Doc says. "How about tomorrow?" Nikki asks. Did the hot girl just ask him out? Why, yes. Yes, she did! Doc is confused, leading Rebecca to mutter an exasperated, "Oh, my God." Heh.
The A-Team knock Emmitt's door. Rebecca hears a shotgun cocking inside. "Doc, get back!" she shouts. They all take cover. Emmitt blasts a hole through the door. At first I laughed because she didn't also warn Hauser, but it's probably just because she figures he already knows what to do. Emmitt shoots the door again. No way he's getting his deposit back now. Hauser slips out the fire exit and makes his way around to the other side of Emmitt's apartment. Rebecca tells Emmitt that she knows Clarence was innocent in 1958, but Emmitt's not budging. "The Lord gave Clarence a second chance," he says. "You ain't taking that chance from him!" He shoots again and again. Doc shouts to him that Clarence is killing women.
Hauser makes his way to the landing outside the bedroom window. Clarence sits inside, looking miserable. Hauser tries to convince him to come out. "I know you were innocent," he says. "Not anymore," Clarence says. "I killed those girls on the golf course." Clarence goes into the living room, tells his friend the same thing. "I can't stop myself," he adds. He begs his friend for help. "Don't let them take me back in." Emmitt looks at him for a long time, and then shoots him in the chest just as Rebecca kicks in the Swiss cheese of his front door. Emmitt surrenders without a fight.
Park. Hauser meets with the Chief of Police. "My boys are getting ruffled," he says. "They don't take kindly to all these usurpations." To smooth things over, Hauser gives him a file with information about Ellen Casey's true murderer. The mugshot shows an older white man.