The man turns out to be Jeffrey Silver, who runs a volunteer organization that deals with unexploded land mines. He tells Bell, Holmes, and Watson that Terry volunteered there too, and that's the explanation for him talking to her a lot. Holmes breaks in: "Intercourse. Were you and Terry having it?" Oliver is momentarily thrown, so Holmes clarifies that he means penetration and coitus. Jeffrey denies it. Bell would like an alibi for the murder, and Jeffrey supplies, "A friend and his wife had me over for dinner." Also, he doesn't care what anyone thinks about him, but he wants everyone to know that Terry was one of the finest human beings he's ever known.
Outside, Holmes is cranky because all his best suspects have alibis. He still thinks Terry could be a bad person in spite of the volunteering because John Wayne Gacy volunteered a lot. Bell says Terry cracked down on prostitutes at the hotel recently, and that resulted in death threats to Terry. Holmes declines his offer to come look at pimps. Instead, he asks Watson, "Tell me, have you ever been whore-fishing?"
Holmes and Watson sit in the lobby of the hotel. Holmes tells her she'll never be a good investigator until she can reliably identify prostitutes. Holmes figures that now that Terry's dead, the strumpets will swoop back in. I should point out that "strumpets" is Holmes's word. He picks out a blonde at the bar and they pounce. Holmes says, "My friend and I were wondering what you might charge to sleep with us." Then he says they're with the police. Any idea who killed the manager? Their new friend would like to leave, but he convinces her to stay. She says that Terry was the reason that most of the working girls worked here. She helped them keep a low profile. She'd even sneak them in the elevator because she wanted them there for some reason. And she never took any money, so even the pimps loved her. She gives Watson her card and a wink. Well, sure. It's Lucy Liu. Come on.
Back to the police station. The police have also learned that Terry had been arranging "dates". Holmes concludes that she's the one who sabotaged the security cameras. The threats came from a lady who got thrown out after getting high in the lobby. And she's in jail, so it wasn't her. Watson wonders why Terry would risk her job to work as a free madam. It's a fair question.