Fearless makes a bird whistle before announcing that the lab has figured out that those drops on Solonick's shirt are, in fact, blood, and that it is the same blood as the victim's. Wahlberg wins the Obvious Award with this gem: "Problem is, this guy's gonna be tough to crack." McNorris points out that Solonick's story does hold up -- that he could have gotten the blood on his shirt from standing over the victim after the shooting. McNorris gets high and mighty, explaining the concept of "the greater good" a few times, as if we couldn't understand the concept within the three words used to describe the idea. There is much pointing and touching as he talks. Pointing, thumb pulled back, pointing and touching as fake Russian music plays again and Fearless zones out. Then Fearless gets all Cowboy and declares he's going in and wants to talk to Solonick alone. McNorris: "He okay?" Wahlberg: "Yeah, he's fine." Uh huh.
Katrina. This is Lara's mother, and I'm pretty sure this is the first time we've ever heard her name. Lara has absolutely no Russian accent. She asks Fearless if he always wanted to be "The Police," even when he was ten. Every ten-year-old kid wanted to be in The Police, but only until Sting went solo. Oh, man. This show's forcing me to make shitty jokes to stay at its caliber! I'm so sorry. Fearless is in Katrina's house, so maybe we're supposed to assume that he's sleeping with her. I don't know why else Fearless would be at their home. Katrina sends Lara away to go watch Friends. Lara wants Fearless to go watch with her, but he says he needs to talk to Katrina for a little while first, and then he's "all over those kids." They punch fists and Lara leaves.
Katrina asks if something happened. "'S'more like what didn't," Fearless answers. He tells Katrina that nobody will turn Solonick in except her young daughter. "So you want me to sign my own daughter's death warrant," Katrina says. Yeah, basically. Fearless says he just wanted Katrina to know where they stood. Katrina says that Lara is all she has. "I see, Katrina," Fearless says. "I'm just not sure it's me you're trying to convince." No, yeah, I'd say it's just you, Fearless. And the rest of your cop buddies. Katrina's been pretty clear since the beginning that she doesn't want Lara to talk or put her life in danger and you keep stepping in the middle of that safety and trust. Katrina tells the story of getting pregnant and having Lara, because Russian women must always have monologues about wanting to have a better life than what Russia offers. She Chekovs on and on that she promised her non-aborted baby that she'd give her a better life as Fearless tries to cry. Again, another actor who deserves better than this drivel. Fearless makes this bold-faced lie: "I won't let anyone harm that little girl. I can tell you that." No, you really can't.