In another part of the lab, a computer screen spits out Sugarman's driver's license as Archie asks off-screen, "Is that our guy?" Gil gives him the look, and Archie realizes the answer's a resounding yes. Archie shares that the phone company unblocked all the private numbers for him, and Gil asks, "They can do that now?" Archie's thrilled to confirm that they can. Ha ha ha! It's funny when everything you do is logged in a database that someone can access any time they want! Archie and Gil go over the call log after Gil establishes that the movie started at 10:40 PM. Archie explains, "Last outgoing call your vic made was at 10:38 -- 555-0110. Twenty-six seconds." Gil figures that it's a no-answer call. Archie points out that 555-0110 is the same number that called three times in a row at 11:26, 11:27 and 11:28. Gil points out that Sugarman was already dead by then. Archie's astounded: "Dr. Robbins was that accurate with the T.O.D.?" Gil explains, "That's when the gunfire erupted." Archie's enthralled: "There was gunfire?" If Gil keeps this up, Archie will be nipping at his heels to go for walks outside the lab, just like Liam. Gil clarifies, "In the movie. I'll need an address on that number."
And then, because we haven't gotten cinematic enough, there's a very dramatic shot of light pouring in through the bullet holes which puncture the walls of the warehouse as Nicky stands there and contemplates them all, and the music swells as if we're about to swing into a Nike commercial. Over the next minute or so, we go into an Air Science montage; all we need now is Derek Jeter collecting beer bottles as his sweat flies every which way to turn this into a commercial worthy of Superbowl ad time. As the time lapses, we see that everyone -- Warrick, Sara and Nicky -- is dealing with an embarrassment of evidence. As the montage winds down, Sara comes in with a long bamboo pole and asks, "Hey, guys? What do you make of this bamboo pole?" It's a prop in a tiki-themed strip act? Nicky brings the forensic funny with, "Bag it." Well, Warrick thinks it's funny. Sara, not so much. Warrick then notices some shards of glass mixed with black plastic; he heads over to look at those while Sara and Nicky discuss the square hole in the roof. When they're done with that, we learn that Nicky's placed 109 trajectory rods in the holes in the walls, and Warrick's laid down markers for 109 bullets. Nicky asks the question he thinks they're all thinking, "How in the world do trajectories occur 15 to 20 feet off the ground? Horizontally?" Sara asks the question they're really all thinking: "What in the hell went on here?" The camera fades out on their baffled mugs.