A person wearing gloves cuts articles about crime out of the paper while watching a tape of John's appearance on America's Most Wanted. Glove Man (they don't reveal the person's gender yet, but let's just cut to the chase) pauses the tape and then uses a marker to outline John's head on the screen, which is kind of funny, but also a good way to ruin a television. So clearly, Glove Man is crazy. The outline of John's head looks a great deal like Charlie Brown's. Glove Man uses the marker (pressing really hard so that it squeaks a lot) to scribble inside the outline until John's face is covered with red magic marker. As bored as I get with this show at times, I've never been tempted to do that. Yet.
Glove Man walks through John's darkened apartment building using night vision goggles. He breaks into John's apartment and enters the office, where a computer displays John's mug shot. Glove Man walks over to a cookie jar and takes one out, then eats it. Crumbs drop on the floor. Um, that's a really good way to get ants, dude. He passes a chessboard and removes the queen. He does a little soft shoe, and then walks into the bedroom, where John is sleeping. Glove Man traces the scar on John's chest. How could you not wake up during that? John must be a seriously sound sleeper. I'm a pretty deep sleeper, and I think I would wake up if someone even entered the room. Also, with all of the money John dropped on his furnishings and such, he doesn't have an alarm system or anything? Glove Man takes out a digital camera and snaps a picture of John's chest. Perv.
The next morning, Frank and Lt. Bosslady arrive at a crime scene. Lt. Bosslady begs Stu (Stu!) to tell her that this killing is unrelated. Stu says that the victim was a petite brunette who worked as a driver for Night Rider Limo. What a cheesy business name. Unless the limousines actually talk. Then it would be cool. Stu says it's the same M.O. as the previous killings, so they must have a serial killer on their hands. Stu says that the victim was killed within the hour. Frank says that at least they are getting closer, but Lt. Bosslady can't be placated, because she's afraid the story is about to go national. No mention of hoping to prevent other innocent people from dying, though. Frank says that the killer left behind another pink envelope, and hands it over. Lt. Bosslady asks if the cryptologist has been able to figure out what the symbol on the envelope means. Frank says they have no idea. Lt. Bosslady studies the envelope, which, of course, bears the same symbol that is on John's chest.