Cut to the hospital hallway. Fearless: "So, what do you think about that woman, man?" Wahlberg: "Think she's telling the truth." It's that easy. Fearless scoffs that someone knew that Janice was about to give birth, came over, fixed her up, and took the baby. What's the other option, Fearless? The baby crawled away on its own? Wahlberg excuses himself to see a lawyer.
The lawyer is the shrink/lawyer who was hitting on Andrea in the very special "Daddy was a boozehound" episode. Matt Craven is the actor's name. ["I think I mentioned this in a recap when he was on ER one time, but he's from St. Catharines, where Glark and I are from; Matt Craven's mom gets her hair done at the same salon as my mother-in-law." -- Wing Chun] Anyway, Wahlberg tells Craven that McPointy recommended him, even though he can't stand him. Craven says he doesn't know if he can help, but he'll hear the case. Wahlberg tells Craven that they lost a baby last year: "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome." "SIDS," Craven interrupts, to show he's down. Anyway, Wahlberg says that he ordered a second autopsy to be sure, but that it came two weeks later, by which time he had "a wife with slashed wrists," so he never read the report. Now the coroner's file has gone missing and they think Wahlberg has it. Craven asks about his wife's suicide attempt. "Does she know this case has been reopened?" "No," Wahlberg says. He's not going to tell her, either. "Because you don't think she can handle it, or you think she might try to kill herself again?" Don't those two things mean the same thing? Wahlberg just stares at Craven.
Cut to the evening as Wahlberg drives home. He finds a million police cars in front of his house, lights flashing, causing a scene.
Once inside, somehow Kelly still doesn't know what's going on, even though the cops are searching her house. Trumper's going through a desk. Wahlberg muscles his way past cops, pushing and screaming, until he holds Kelly in his arms. Kelly asks, "[Wahlberg]? What is all this? What?" Instead of answering, Wahlberg once again just stares off into space and we go to commercial.
Craven's office again. Who knows what day it is. Craven asks if they searched anywhere other than Wahlberg's house. "Yeah, my locker," Wahlberg says. Craven tells them to have a seat. He asks Wahlberg if he has the missing file. "No, I don't," Wahlberg says. Craven asks again. Wahlberg again says he doesn't. "Sure, you do," Craven says. Wahlberg asks if this is a shrink trick to get him worked up. Craven says this is a lawyer trick, and the kind of questions he'll get from IA. I guess so. "Do you have the file?" It might be the first question they ask, don't you think? Craven offers to give Wahlberg the shrink side: "How do you feel about what's going on?" Wahlberg asks Craven to stick to the lawyer side. Craven asks Kelly why she tried to kill herself. Wahlberg tells Craven to stop talking and to leave Kelly out of it. Why is she even there, then? Wahlberg doesn't let this woman do a damn thing, including speak unless he okays the words before she says them. Kelly says the one word she's allowed to say -- "Joel" (she means "Wahlberg")-- before Wahlberg tells her, "No, no, Kelly. This is about me." Is it? I thought it was about the both of you, and your baby, and how you think she killed him or her. Wahlberg tells Craven to leave Kelly out of this. "I can try. But I can't control everything," Craven says. Wahlberg says he wants Trumper to stay away from her. "It's not just Kelly he's going to want to talk to," Craven says, segueing to...