Frank and John pedeconference back at the station. Frank says that Stella (yay, Stella!) found a six-week-old homicide case with the same M.O. The victim's name was Dan Perry, who is number five on John's list. It was so considerate of the killer to murder people in order on John's list. John says he can scratch one more name off, and Frank says that if they don't hurry, John can scratch all of the names off.
Frank enters the observation room so that he can watch Lt. Bosslady question Dr. Elvis. She notes that Dr. Elvis became a doctor at sixteen. That kind of makes him Dr. Doogie. She also notes that he has a prior arrest for assault. Dr. Elvis smirks that it was ten years ago. Lt. Bosslady says that the guy he assaulted was Andrew Lemonde, who turned up dead today. Dr. Elvis loses the smirk and says that they went to medical school together and had a competitive rivalry. Dr. Elvis thinks that Lemonde was jealous, and who can blame him? Because in addition to being good people, all geniuses have no social skills. Lt. Bosslady notes that Dr. Elvis entered college at thirteen, and probably felt like an outsider with no girlfriends, so he must be pretty lonely, since no one understands him. Lt. Bosslady thinks that must make Dr. Elvis want to lash out at the world. Wow, I bet Lt. Bosslady's pop psychology is really going to work on a genius. Dr. Elvis says that there's only one problem with her theory -- he was performing delicate surgery yesterday and was at the hospital all day. Lt. Bosslady rolls her eyes.