Ramos gives us the rundown. Mrs. Kingsland worked. Mrs. Nelson didn't. Mr. Kingsland was an architect. Mr. Nelson was a lawyer. The families lived ten miles apart. Fearless cradles the elbow of the police chief as he walks by. Ramos says there's no sign of forced entry, so probably someone had a key. He knows that both families ate out a lot. They quickly conclude that they both must have used the same valet. And all this time, Ramos has apparently known that five weeks ago on the same Friday night, both families went out to two different restaurants that shared the same valet. It's even written on the whiteboard and circled. How long has Ramos been sitting on this? Ramos says they're getting a list of everyone who worked the valet stand that night. Wahlberg and Fearless share a look. Fearless nods for a long time. Man, this job gets easier every week. Thanks, Ramos.
Case solved: Arnold Rabjon. He worked at the valet station one night only and has two felony priors. Well, let's all go home, then. Fearless explains that he's probably copying house keys and getting addresses from the cars' registrations. Yeah, we're not stupid. We can figure this out too, Fearless. Why don't you go find Rabjon? Fearless needs a list of everyone who ate at those two restaurants the night Rabjon worked there: "Find out what they drive and where they live, because the next family could be in that group." Oh, you think? But, just curious, do you think someone should go try to arrest Rabjon?
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.