Ray's adjusting his tie and walking down a hall as Wahlberg follows him, asking if he has a second. Wahlberg says they'll only get a two-man team in the house if they're being monitored as closely as they think they are. What makes them think they're being monitored? It appears that they know nothing about what is going on. How do they know the perps are on to them? There has been absolutely no indication. Anyway, Wahlberg says that Fearless will be coordinating things on the outside, and since Ray's the best shot, Wahlberg wants Ray inside with him. "Oh, now you're my secret admirer?" Ray asks. He says he knows Wahlberg's just worried about what Fearless would do in the house when faced with these people who upset him so much he has to leave rooms. With the Vista Heights mess, Wahlberg says he's doing Ray a favor -- that nobody wants to work with him. Ray says he knows Wahlberg is picking him so any dead bodies go on his record and not Fearless'. Ray walks away and Wahlberg shakes his head.
Daytime. I have no idea what day or anything. Just go with it. The surveillance van watches a house. Fearless, Ramos, Eddie, and Andrea are waiting tensely.
Inside the house, a jumpy Wahlberg leads a bald man into the living room. He's Henry. Wahlberg walkies to Fearless that he's inside the house with Mr. Stein. Fearless asks where Ray is. Wahlberg says that Ray will be there any minute with Mrs. Stein. Why wouldn't Fearless know that? And this episode sure is linear, huh? Wahlberg asks Fearless whether they saw anything while he was gone. Fearless says that a couple of cars and trucks went by, you know, on the street? But nobody slowed down. Oh, and the incredibly observant neighbors said that the meter reader came by. They checked with DWP and found out that this neighborhood is on their schedule for the week. Wahlberg checks around the house, not bothering to see the second floor. Just the ground floor will do.
Mrs. Stein drives home. She pulls into her garage. Wahlberg is there, with what looks like a sawed-off shotgun. He says hello and tells her to act normally. Ray is in her back seat. He hands her a grocery bag. "We don't know who may be watching," Wahlberg says. Mrs. Stein scoffs at the idea of acting normally. She walks across the outside to her house. Ray and Wahlberg walk as well, outside for all to see. So much for keeping undercover. And what gives them the impression that the houses are getting staked out before they're hit, anyway?