Cut to Lt. Bosslady questioning Dante. She asks what he knows about Andrew Lemonde. Dante says that Andrew's "cold ass is on a slab down at the morgue." Lt. Bosslady guesses that there's no love lost between them, and Dante says he hasn't seen Lemonde in almost a decade. Lt. Bosslady asks if Dante was at Lemonde's house yesterday. Dante says that he's a peaceful man.
Cut to Lt. Bosslady asking D. Walker how she ended up on a list of sperm donors. D. says that she was an egg donor. She explains that she was just "a college student obsessed with Bobby Fischer when they asked [her] to join Group Otto," and she didn't know any better. Lt. Bosslady asks what Group Otto was about. D (which stands for Dionne) doesn't answer. Lt. Bosslady slaps down photos of Lemonde and Perry's bodies, and Dionne gets a bit freaked out. Lt. Bosslady says that someone wants to get at the secret Dionne has in her brain and remove it permanently. Dionne admits that Group Otto was "a eugenics program." Oh, man. Didn't I already do the eugenics thing with Dark Angel? For the slower members of the audience, Frank asks John if eugenics is the same as "selective breeding." I wonder if Frank ever gets tired of playing the dummy that has to do exposition all the time. John explains the origins of eugenics, which Frank sums up as "people don't look like you, have them neutered." Dionne tells Lt. Bosslady that Group Otto was the best of the gene pool, and they were supposed to create "superbabies." She explains that they all looked at it as some money to get through school. Lt. Bosslady asks why there's a cover-up. Dionne says that the college paper did an editorial suggesting that they were "a bunch of Nazis." Well, if the swastika fits. Dionne says that she got death threats, Elvis's parents house was burned down, and Dante was stabbed. But nothing happened to any of the others? Lt. Bosslady asks why someone is coming after them all now, ten years later. Dionne doesn't know. Who's the genius now?