Thank you, Frank, for walking in and getting this episode back on track -- that's right, the Prescott case. They've identified the victim. She was Steven Prescott's maid. Frank thinks that Elizabeth Menzogna was murdered because she was having an affair with Prescott. John asks if Frank thinks he killed the woman. Thankfully, Frank does not think that Doe's responsible, but he wants to prove it incontrovertibly before Captain Jamie needs to explain the mysterious similarities between John and their main suspect. Frank sits down and says, "Slippery guy, this Prescott. There's no paper trail on him at all until 1968." John interjects, "Like he appeared out of nowhere." Frank continues, "Then boom! Police start digging into the missing maid and the guy falls back off the radar screen. Disappeared like Copperfield." Pause. "The only way to trace him is through the victim." John insists he needs to know more about her. Frank asks, "Anything you're not telling me?" John shakes his head, and we get a flash of black-and-white vision. Frank jumps up and says, "Okay. Let's go." Go where? "You're not the only one with a brain, Mr. Mensa. Found a cousin of the victim's down in Maple Valley." And they're off!
Seacouver Street. John and Frank ramble down the street, discussing Frank's personal life. Apparently, he's got marital problems. The pair passes by a store window with a large jar of jellybeans. Doe asks, "Have your kids ever been to Hawaii?" They are offering a free trip to Hawaii to anyone who can guess the correct amount of jellybeans in the jar. Frank doubts that his kids would want to go with him to Hawaii -- especially because he's been living at the "Super 8 Motel" for the past little while. John explains exactly how many jellybeans are in the jar. Frank crosses his arms. I nod off to sleep for a bit, because this has absolutely nothing to do with the case at hand.
Maple Valley. Elizabeth's cousin Vanessa walks out of her house holding a tiny dog. She says, "I guess I always held out hope that Elizabeth was still alive." They walk to the front end of the deck, where John lays down a water dish for the pet.