Peter has already found a nine-millimetre shell casing in the dirt.
A short while later, the junkyard's awash in red and blue police lights, and Peter's wrapping a blanket around Lisa, telling her it's not the most stylish but it will keep her warm, and hopefully relatively hepatitis-free.
Olivia says she just talked to Lisa's mom, who's on her way. "Is she mad?" asks Lisa, and Olivia says no, that she's just glad Lisa is all right, and I think Olivia's assuming Lisa didn't mean, "Is she crazy?"
And then there's Charlie skulking around the cars, and he says, "Hey, Liv?" and he wants her to come see something, and Lisa wants to come too but Peter intuitively thinks that would be a bad idea and suggests she get in the car.
Charlie leads Olivia over to a car with a couple of forensic techs, who pop the trunk to reveal a dead body inside. Which means that they found the body, started checking it out, but then decided to close the trunk so they could dramatically pop it back open for Olivia. I love when TV shows do that. Anyway, it's Andrew Rusk, very dead.
And right then Peter yells for Olivia as Lisa starts screaming. Olivia runs back to find Lisa in the throes of a seizure. Peter claims not to know what happened, but I think she's having some kind of reaction to his stank-ass blanket.
After the commercial break, Olivia tells Peter and Walter that the medical examiner confirmed Rusk was killed by a bullet wound to the head, and it wasn't a suicide. "So everything Lisa told us pans out," says Peter. Except for one thing, says Olivia: judging from the rigor mortis, Rusk has been dead for three days. "Well, then, how would he have been communicating with Lisa Donovan?" asks Peter. Yeah, that's right, because then THAT would be weird. Walter asks if the medical examiner was specific about the time of death, and Olivia says it was between five and seven a.m., which Walter calls "interesting."
Meanwhile, the doctor is telling Ms. Donovan, who's there with the priest from St. Brigid's that Lisa suffered a "fairly substantial" seizure but is responsive and stable now, and she's lucky that there's not likely to be any permanent damage. Ms. Donovan asks if it was because of the aneurysm, but the doctor says there's no connection between the two.