Deb and Quinn roll into Jordan's offices. They ask for Cole and the receptionist tells them that Cole hasn't worked there in over two weeks. Um, they're going to need to speak with Jordan. Deb's like fuck the fuck why didn't they let the police know that his Director of Security was missing? Quinn points out that Cole is wanted in connection with the rapes and murders of at least five women, so that Jordan can understand their urgency. Jordan thought they'd made a mistake. Deb says that Boyd's not the only suspect anymore and Jordan facetiously asks if he was supposed to divine that somehow. You're about to get a faceload of some pissed off Deb flying across that desk if you don't watch it, Trainspotting.
She snappily asks if he knows where Cole is and before he answers he says that Deb's anger is misplaced and could potentially be clouding her judgement. She tells him to save the bullshit for his seminars and to answer her question. He doesn't know where Cole is. He "said" he needed some personal time. Deb's not buying, but now Jordan gets all indignant and says that he's been completely cooperative with the police and now they're hurling accusations. Quinn says that they are not accusing him of anything and Deb looks at him like she forgot that he was there and is disgusted to realize that he is standing beside her. In reality, she's probably being more like, "Hell yes, I'm hurling some accusations," but I thought I'd offer multiple readings of the face. Jordan says that future correspondence will be through his attorney and Deb snaps that the unlucky counselor will be hearing from them. In the hall, Quinn asks why she antagonized Deb and she points out that the chance is small that Jordan has nothing to do with this case. He agrees and says that he's on her side, but you know she's not having that.