And now, time for the part of the show that had everyone rioting on the forums, and with good reason. It's Delko and Megan, trying together to decipher the mystery of the funky fingerprints -- the prints on Delko's cone match the one found on Ruthie's neck, and they're all quite odd, as they appear to be Frankenstein fingerprints instead of natural human loops and whorls. To make a long, tedious, and scientifically questionable story short: the perp has been doing a little homemade surgery on his fingertips, cutting and grafting different portions of one fingertip to another so that his prints form a patchwork mosaic and thus cannot be easily traced. Apparently, the molester does this for the same reason he cut Ruthie's hair and put her in little-boy clothes, i.e., none known to human minds. What the molester wasn't counting on: Megan and Delko's innate love of jigsaw puzzles, which enables them to cut apart the different fingertip mosaics and reconstruct them as the prints they were meant to be. Once they've done this, they discover the prints belong to one Stewart Otis. The only good thing to come out of this sequence is the revelation that Megan and Delko play off each other well; he tones her down, and she enhances his ability to make smart observations and come to conclusions.
Meanwhile, Speedle's cranked up the Skynryd while he scrapes glitter off the Zany Town vest. I'm sure the lyrics "I know who you are, baby" and the song title "On The Hunt" are entirely deliberate. I wonder if these guys have an entire iTunes playlist composed of songs that get them in the crime-solving mood? Anyway, Speedle's rocking out and mouthing the words as he works. Anything to cut the tedium of scraping sparklies, I guess.
Night passes, and it's early morning again, if the panoramic views of Miami are anything to go by. Horatio comes into a darkened room, where Calleigh's sitting with her head down on the table. He says her name softly, and Calleigh comes to immediately with, "Oh, my God, I'm so sorry, I closed my eyes just for a second." Horatio tells her bemusedly, "Don't worry about it -- you're a morning person." Calleigh keeps going: "Horatio, I don't know what happened." Horatio reassures her that she's fine. Then he asks her to look at one of the shoe prints and tell him if she sees anything odd. She does -- all the weight in the step is in the back, which indicates that the shoes were too large. After the two of them come to this conclusion, Horatio leans in and asks softly, "What would you like in your coffee?" "Sugar," Calleigh admits with a laugh. Wow -- when these two aren't trying, they're fun to watch together.