Outside the apartment, Fearless runs into Wahlberg. Fearless: "How'd you know?" Wahlberg: "Little bird told me." Fearless: "Ray." NO SHIT. "I didn't do it." AGAIN: NO SHIT. In a horribly blocked shot, Fearless and Wahlberg stand in front of each other, not looking at each other. We watch them in profile. Fearless asks Wahlberg what he would have done if Fearless had shot Baxter. "You wouldn't." "But what if I had?" "It's not who you are." "But what if I had?" Wahlberg: "I brought a shovel." They remind us that cops are family, and family comes first. Kiss him! Kiss him! "If you'da done it, then he'da deserved it." Fearless nods. "You know it wasn't my brother." "You know my wife didn't break our shower door." You know we're not this stupid. Does Trevor Jenkins not have a family member? Didn't he get murdered?
Fearless goes to Mama King's house. He asks to talk to James. James has had enough of black men coming over, actually.
James and Fearless sit on James's bed. James cries as Fearless touches his shoulder. Maybe they could have this talk not right where James has had the bad touch for months?
Lurking out in the shadows, outside James's bedroom window, Rodney watches Fearless watch James.
Katrina, who doesn't really have a daughter anymore, is in Fearless's motel room when he opens the door. "Where did you go last night?" she asks. Last night? So Fearless changed his clothes twice in one day? Fearless sighs.
Santa Monica Pier, the place of all pain. Fearless says that every once in a while, he sees something or hears something that brings back all those memories. Katrina asks if she had said something. Fearless says that she didn't; he just had to get away, and when he went to the market, he saw a dad hug his son, but for a second he thought about how some men touch boys in the bad way, and probably this dad wasn't molesting his son, but still. And somehow that made him know that his molester had something to do with the death of his old friend who was molested by the same guy and then molested this kid who shot him. See? How convenient! Katrina reminds Fearless that he's got a list of all the things he wants to do before he dies. She says he should have a new list, of all the things he's lost because he was molested. He says he knows in his head. She says he should write it down. WHATEVER. Fearless says he knows one thing he lost: "My faith in God." Lord. "Mmm," Katrina says, awkwardly, and inappropriately. Fearless launches into a monologue that I refuse to recap. He leans into Katrina's lap for one sentence, but that doesn't work so well for the shot, so they make Fearless sit up near Katrina's shoulder as he goes on and on about God. "Maybe you should go look for him," Katrina suggests.