Hauser and Rebecca rush over to Ray's apartment and find it in disarray. Rebecca finds Ray's watch on a chair and figures Ray must be trying to tell her something, because he never takes it off. She gave it to him when she was 13. Hauser picks up the shattered picture and shows it to her. "That's Ray and my grandfather," she says. "Tommy Madsen," Hauser says. Yes, I think she knows her own grandfather's name. Rebecca figures that's who Guy must be after. "Why would the people who took the 63s be after my grandfather?" she wonders. Hauser says he doesn't know, but I bet he totally does.
Flashback. Young Ray is back on the job. Guy takes him aside. "I put myself on the line for you, so I'm only ask this once: Do you know Tommy Madsen?" Ray makes with the innocent puppy eyes. "No, sir, I do not." Guy takes him at his word. Next, he offers him some advice. Ray's got to make the prisoners respect him after they all saw him getting beat.
Alca-Hub. Hauser comes in with Rebecca and picks up a red telephone. Without dialing, he says, "I need to see you." Doc's like, "What's with the bat phone?" Hauser disappears into the Sub-Hub. Rebecca and Doc are only very mildly curious about it and then get back to the job of tracking down Ray and Guy. They exposit and figure they must be going back to the old neighborhood where Tommy and Ray grew up. Rebecca takes the two pictures she has of them. They were taken outside the same house. The house number is visible, but not the street name. Doc comes up with this whole complicated thing of how they can figure out where it is based on the architecture. The amount of architecture shown in this picture is, like, a door, some steps, and a skosh of wood siding. It could be a million houses. Has Ray, in all the time he was raising Rebecca, never mentioned the name of the city where he grew up? This seems unnecessarily complicated. Doc says they need a pro to help them out.
Meanwhile, Ray and Guy have dropped by to visit Tommy's son... at the cemetery, because he's dead. "Everyone connected with Tommy is dead," Ray says. "I'm the only one left." Ray tries to reason with Guy, remind him he's a good guy. "Why are you looking for Tommy?" he asks. "It's what they told me," Guy says. When Ray acts confused, Guy goes on, "You were there. You saw what they did to him. All that blood they took." Guy takes a closer look at Madsen Jr.'s grave marker. His epitaph denotes him as a husband and father. He thinks for a second and remembers the blond woman in Ray's pictures. He figures she must be Tommy's granddaughter. "She's damn near the spitting image of him," he says. She really isn't. When Guy demands to see her, Ray promises to take him to see Tommy instead.