Andrea. She's following McPointy and the Chief. McPointy wants to know who leaked the story enough that she found out. Who leaked it enough that he found out? Andrea says that she found out the story herself. I bet Ray's her rat. She says she has a friend of a friend who works for the credit bureau. She got the credit history of the two families and saw that they ate out at two different restaurants on the same night. We all know Andrea's not smart enough for any of this. And if everybody can solve this crime, why not just leave it to St. Teresa and everyone else can go out for brewskis? Andrea somehow knows that the restaurants share a valet. She says that since there was no sign of forced entry (something she learned from her "rat inside the police department"), she knows that a valet was copying keys and then killing families. She asks if she's right -- if she's figured it all out. "Of course I'm right," she says with her proud smile. "I'll consider it confirmed." McPointy tells her she can't run that story. Andrea says she "has to." So the valet guys know that the police are on to them? That's smart. Well, I guess it's not that big a deal, since everyone in Los Angeles has already solved this crime. The Chief cuts a deal with Andrea -- she gets full access. She'll be "inside" the "rest of the way." "How far inside?" she asks. McPointy is getting all hot and bothered, thinking about how far inside...never mind. The Chief asks, "How far inside do you want?" "Hey, that's my mistress, buddy!" Andrea says that if there's a car across the street, she wants to be in it. McPointy thinks this is ludicrous, but The Chief doesn't want to jeopardize the investigation. He grants Andrea full access, but she'll have to wait until everything's over before she publishes. "Deal," she says. McPointy scoffs off.
Fearless picks up where McPointy left off, accusing Andrea of blackmailing the chief to try to win her Pulitzer. Wahlberg tells her that when they're "out there," she can't talk, move, or breathe unless they tell her to.
Surveillance van. They try to find the frequency, Kenneth, of Rabjon and his cell phone. Ramos gives a dirty look to Andrea, who's quietly sitting in the back of the van. Fearless and Wahlberg are dressed in hard hats and fire suits, attempting to look like surveyor guys. They aim their surveillance camera at a motel. I'm not sure why they're at this motel, or how they know Rabjon is staying there, but suddenly Rabjon gets out of his car. They find the frequency and listen to Rabjon lie to his mother, saying he's on his way to church. "Yeah, church," Fearless says into his microphone. "What church is that?" Ooh, burn. But how did they know he'd be there? I guess it doesn't matter. A dominatrix walks out of his motel room. She holds her whip. Rabjon tells his mother he has to go; the minister is in front of him. The dominatrix grabs Rabjon by the ear and throws him into the room. The cops joke: "Yeah, I think I heard about this church. It's the Church of the Holy Ass Spanking?" Leave the snark to the experts, copper. Ramos says he knows the Reverend: "Reverend Lottapain." Andrea disapproves of their filthy man-talk, and sneers at them. Hey, lady, you wanted to see the inside. They don't go to McPointy's office and criticize how you give blowjobs, do they? Wahlberg tells the cops to knock it off and then calls Rabjon a man who "carved up two families." So much for due process. They put the "laser" mic on the window of the room. I like to say it in the Dr. Evil voice. The "laser" mic. Anyway, we hear Rabjon make his moans and squeals as the dominatrix whips and beats him. Ramos jokes that Rabjon is "all tied up." Andrea shakes her head, disgusted by these pigs she's sharing air with. Grow up, Andrea.