Tom. Flashback Film. Gedrick answers his cell phone. It's Ray, calling Cherie, saying that he's got some trouble at work, and he might not make it home, but that there's money under the camping gear. Gedrick understands the code. There's like, only six media people there, which is funny. Gedrick calls the captain.
Flash-forward, Flashback Film, even though we've never seen this scene before. Gedrick and Wahlberg stand over a sniper, who's training his gun at a space underneath the camping-equipment sign in the store. There's Ray, Spath, and Les in the hostage situation from seconds ago. Fearless gives Wahlberg the green light. "Take the shot," Wahlberg says, and the sniper shoots. Spath goes down. Ray gives the "all clear" signal.
Pan down from the deflated turkey to Les telling Andrea that Ray made him dig deep and be a hero today. Ray and Wahlberg walk past McPointy, who's giving credit today to the LAPD. Gedrick finds Ray and hugs him, calling him "Supercop." Cherie runs up and hugs Ray. They kiss. Gedrick smiles proudly. Ray says he'll fix that toilet now. Oh, it's all so very Lethal Weapon, isn't it? Ray looks up and sees the security camera in slow motion.
Jack Wesson. Um, okay. Les runs out of the sports store, past the coroner van carrying dead bodies, and boldly shouts, "Jack Wesson is back, my friend! I am back!" He's on the phone with his agent, saying he wants back in the business. "This acting thing," he calls it. He gets a little meta, saying that he doesn't want to do guest shots anymore, and that he should be able to get a job hosting Justice Files or something like that. As he walks to his car and puts a briefcase in the passenger side, we hear that his agent retired a while ago, but is willing to take a lunch to discuss things. Poor Les, he's gonna be going back to that sporting goods store in one week. Ray walks up and says he has something to say to Les. He says he knows what it's like to look back on your life and not like what you see: "When I look back on this here, I'll remember this as one of my best days as a police officer. And I couldn't do that without you saving my ass." They shake hands, and Les tells Ray that what he just said means a lot to him. Les gets in the car, and Ray crouches next to him. "I saw the vest," he says. "The vest Spath was wearing, I saw it. He asked for two vests. He was already wearing one." Les says he doesn't know what the hell Ray's talking about. Ray: "If I look in that briefcase, am I gonna find the tapes from the store's surveillance cameras?"