John starts out by dropping a bunch of papers all over the place. He says that the alarm in the West Gallery sounded at 8:43 PM, and asks Karen where she was at that time. Karen says she was in the copy room, running off flyers for Colin's band. Way to abuse your copying privileges. John wants to enter the Xerox log report as Exhibit A, but the judge frostily informs him that they already have an Exhibit A -- the security video. John asks for the log to be Exhibit B, and adds that it shows that one hundred copies were run off using Karen's copy code at 8:42 PM. He asks Karen what size pants she wears. The DA objects on the grounds of relevance, John asks for a little latitude, and the judge allows it. Karen says that she wears a size four petite. John uses the inseam of Karen's pants and her shoe size to calculate that there is no way that Karen could have gotten from the copy room to the West Gallery in time to commit the murder. Well, that's assuming that it wasn't someone else using Karen's copy code. And who's to say that Colin didn't do it, and Karen was an accessory? The DA protests John's tactics, and the judge calls for order. The judge tells the DA that Karen was clearly just making out with her boyfriend after hours, and if the DA wants to try her for something, there needs to be more concrete evidence. Man, I want to be a judge. Mostly because of the gavel.
John comes over to Karen's apartment, and she reluctantly lets him in. Colin is sitting on the couch. John introduces himself as Karen's boss. Colin immediately leaves. Karen tries to clean up a bit. John asks why she didn't tell him about being at the museum that night. Karen doesn't answer. John points out that he just got her out of jail free. Karen says that he doesn't know where he came from and is obsessed with finding out, whereas she knows where she came from and would rather that no one found out. John doesn't understand. Karen says that she has to take the garbage out before the trash collector comes. John wonders why her trash is collected at 10 PM, but Karen leaves anyway. The phone rings, and the machine picks up. John listens to the message: "Karen. It's Max. Where the hell are you? Look, I was hoping to catch you tonight. I'm blowing out of town soon. I'm not really sure when I'm gonna be back. I'm doing a photo shoot here at the studio all night. Try and swing by, would you? It's important." John realizes about halfway through that it's the same Max he discussed with Frank earlier, and when the message ends, he replays it. John checks the suspect list he got from Frank as he listens.