Watson has gone back out to Rikers and tells Liam he doesn't need to say anything. He expected more disappointment from her and claims that he wants to get clean. She says he shouldn't do it for her. But she offers the 59th Street Clinic as a good place to go. She won't be there waiting for him when he gets out.
Gregson and Holmes are talking to June. She's a little unsure about Trent being behind everything. But it turns out that Dennis Kaminski was suspicious about this magical envelope of cash and thought maybe the police were trying to set him up. So he used his experience with hidden cameras to protect himself. And that means that he had video of Trent coming to his door. Good enough! So O'Brien comes in. He's free, but June is still going to be deported. Unless they were serious about being married? Gregson says his understanding is that they could get married today and the deportation proceedings would stop. Trent's okay with that. So's she! Holmes tells him, "Good show, Mr. O'Brien." He walks out of the police station, looking a little uncomfortable.
Watson sits on a wooden bench at the 59th street clinic. Holmes comes in and sits next to her. She says he didn't have to come. But he claims that he'd kind of like to meet the ex, so he sits on the bench next to her. She's pretty sure he's not going to show.
Holmes: "Yet here you sit."
Watson: "Give him ten more minutes."
"There's someplace else you have to be."
"Not tonight, Watson. Not tonight."
I like it. There's a chance that Holmes is here because of jealousy, but I like to think he's just honestly trying to show support for a fellow addict.