Another guy -- who doesn't have a name yet, so I'm just going to call him "Howard" -- says that there is a pattern. Daghlian refers to the arrangement of the bodies; Milner's partner chimes in with the weapons. Will says all forensics could come up with is the calibre of the bullet. Howard mutters something quietly to Milner's partner. Will wonders if he has something he'd like to share with the class: "I'm sorry, Sergeant Crowley, I didn't catch that." Crowley, whose first name is apparently Bob, says loudly, "I said, 'Exactly how many dead cops does it take to make a pattern?' With all due respect." Will asks if anyone doubts he wants to catch the guy who did this. No one speaks. Will continues, claiming in a voice that gets louder and louder: "I'll be the first one to go after a cop-hater. The first. We've lost two of our own. I share your anger. But Wilson was a traffic stop, and Milner was an ambush outside a cop bar. Maybe there's an ex-con with a grudge out there, or maybe the two of them owed a bad man money." He walks over to Crowley. "But no one in this room has brought me that." He pauses, staring at Crowley: "With...all due respect."
Joan's sawing away, safety glasses up on her head. Luke is looking at the plans and telling her she's measured everything wrong: "Don't you know the carpenter's motto: 'measure twice, cut once'?" Joan saws away, saying, "See how I'm ignoring you? Take a hint!" Helen comes in, wondering if Kevin called. They both say no. She says she was supposed to pick him up at the gym, but he wasn't there. She hears a car and tells Luke to go see if Will has Kevin with him. Joan tells her mother she's going to need more wood. Luke sneers to his mother, "Tch. Save your money. She's ruined, like, eight trees." Luke leaves and Helen looks around, asking, "So...this is gonna be a boat?" Joan happily confirms this. Helen looks doubtful. Joan: "Are you thinking about Cousin Florine again?" Helen admits, "A little bit." She walks away as Joan groans. Joan continues working on the boat as Mellowdrone's "Beautiful Day" plays. She's got some badly cut pieces nailed together to make the framework of the hull, and as goofy and unseaworthy as it is, I've still seen worse on Trading Spaces. Nonetheless, she is very pleased with herself. She is in the boatbuilding zone.
Helen is complaining to Will that no one knows where Kevin is. Will thinks The Bear probably took him for a burger. Just then Kevin comes in the front door, and Helen looks heavenward briefly and says, "Thank you." Will tells him, "You had your mom worried, big guy." Kevin apologizes for not calling. Helen asks how he got home. Kevin: "I rolled myself along in this snappy chair." Will: "Seven miles, in the dark?" Kevin: "Gee, officer, I stayed in the wheelchair lane." Heh. They are not impressed with his smart answers. Will remarks that it couldn't have left him with much time to play basketball. Hey, I see the lift on the stairs now. I don't know how the heck I missed it before. Kevin wheels away, pointing out that the deal was that he'd go: "You never actually said I had to play. You still owe me a transmission." His mother admonishes him: "Kevin!" Will: "Don't walk off when we're having a discussion!" Kevin: "Walking? Do you see anyone walking here?" He keeps going, leaving Helen and Will standing there looking sad.