Later, at the brownstone, Holmes watches video of the ensuing interrogation of O'Brien, who is agreeing with everything the police accuse him of. But he's just repeating information, not volunteering anything. So Holmes isn't convinced. On the floor, he's got a bunch of O'Brien's paperwork including bank statements and whatnot. Watson observes that he downloaded a lot of music: over a hundred songs, mostly bad (according to Holmes). Holmes gets some chips from an upper bookshelf, which isn't strictly relevant to anything but was a neat detail. Watson says she looked at Liam's file. And there wasn't a scratch on him and no bruise from the seatbelt, which doesn't match the giant dent in the car. Holmes says there have been a series of joyrides in Astoria, where Liam lives. But all the other stolen cars were hotwired. And nothing was stripped or stolen from Liam. She thinks maybe a keychain she gave him was stolen but nobody noticed. Holmes suggests that Liam could have sold it, since addicts do that sort of thing. He'd also like to know how long she worked with Liam before sleeping with him. She gracefully declines to answer. Anyway, she's going to Rikers tomorrow so he'll be on her own.
After Watson leaves the room, Holmes notices that O'Brien bought The Pina Colada Song and Kiss From a Rose. And then we cut to the home of June (the widow, where we see that the CDs he was looking at earlier include a mix CD with those two songs on it. Holmes and Bell are talking to her about why she'd have mix Cs made from O'Brien's music. Holmes says O'Brien had no idea the phone was in his room. She says she didn't know anything about the phone. But why would O'Brien confess, Holmes wonders. Well, he could have thought June left it there by accident. Or maybe he's a sap who realized he was set up but took the fall anyway. She wants them to leave. Bell leans on her, so she shows them a Chinese army manual of how to beat a suspect but leave no marks. Because Trent used those techniques on her. He also made her do things while she taped them. But she had nothing to do with Trent's death! And neither did Brendan! She promises! Holmes asks why they would trust her judgment, considering she stayed with a crazy sadist. Well, she says, Trent was not really her husband. He wouldn't marry her because if she wasn't married, she wouldn't be able to go to the police without being deported. And Brendan came to her house once and found her. She says the incriminating videos were all on his computer. But the folder is empty. Bell wants to take her to the station.