Cracktown. KimberBree looks like Grace Kelly in Rear Window, skulking around in a trench coat and head kerchief. Not very undercover, KimberBree. She and Rex leave the Mustang running, the keys in the ignition, and stake out the convertible, waiting for someone to steal it. Rex wonders how she can be so sure that someone will pinch it. "Because I have faith in the poor," KimberBree tells him earnestly.
Casa Suicide. Paul shows Shaft a video of Mary Alice, taken last year on her birthday. After some tiresome moaning and groaning about how much Paul misses his Poor Dead Wife, he asks how Shaft plans to knock off Edie. Shaft explains that he's posing as a real estate developer to lure her to her death, and that he's got it all under control. Paul would like him to ask Edie why she did it, but Shaft warns Paul not to give into his curiosity. "Curiosity leads to guilt," says Shaft. "Guilt leads to talking." Yes, yes. And fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Fear is the path to the dark side. Paul is Darth Vader. We get it. But, seriously, dudes? Has it not occurred to either of you that you're doing this on basically no evidence whatsoever? At all? In any way? No? Okay, just checking. Anyway, Shaft reminds Paul that if he walks away with the cash, it's done: "No refunds, no buyer's remorse." Paul gets it. "We won't talk again, so I'll ask one more time. Are you sure you want this?" Shaft asks. Paul repeats that his wife is dead because of Edie: "I absolutely want this."
Rex and KimberBree are still on Car Stealing Stakeout. Because it's not at all suspicious for them to be sitting in their car in the middle of Cracktown, having a little conversation. Rex notes that KimberBree's being awfully quiet, and she tells him that she's been thinking about the kids. You know, how fast they grew up. How quickly they became sociopaths. Rex is like, "...yeah." Rex suggests that maybe they should punish Andrew the Asshole. "Well, what's the appropriate punishment for a child who drives over a woman?" KimberBree asks. Yeah, I don't think that's in Dr. Spock. They each put on their thoughtful faces as some dude with long hair climbs in Andrew's precious 'Stang and drives off.