Back at the bar at the marina, the Beer-Drinking Black Guy is drinking another beer while "Here I Am (Come And Take Me)" by Al Green plays in the background. I hope they do a soundtrack for this show, because I would so buy it. The guy sits down at a table with Carl and says he didn't think Carl was coming, because "love works its wonders from time to time." Carl says with a smile that it's nobody's business. Beer Drinker says that they need to talk about whether Carl is with it or not. Carl says he's willing to do one more to get his boat back. Beer Drinker hands Carl a package, and Carl opens it up to find a gun. Beer Drinker says it's clean, with no serial numbers. Carl tucks the gun into his waistband. Meanwhile, Karen sits in her car out in the parking lot.
Karen is at the firing range, shooting at a human figure. Of course, all of her shots are dead center. Has there ever been a law-enforcement officer on television who's a mediocre shot? Not a terrible shot or a great shot, but somewhere in the middle? Karen reloads her gun, and we see that Konner is watching her. He walks up to her and compliments her work. He says that he heard about her problem with the shooting the other night. He hands Karen a bag and tells her to try it, because it jogs the memory. Konner walks away. Karen opens the bag and finds a bottle of bourbon.
Karen puts her things down on her desk, and then notices Fuentes standing in Amos's office doorway, looking at her. She stalks up and asks if he gets off on watching her. Fuentes says it's called intelligence, and that he understands that she visited a boatyard. Karen says that just because Carl missed his payments doesn't mean he robs banks. Fuentes says that it's a motive. Karen says, "Then arrest him." Fuentes says that they intend to, and pauses before adding, "If no one tips him off." Karen asks if Fuentes wants to clarify that. Amos warns Fuentes to back off. Fuentes tells Karen that they don't need her anymore, because a woman who used to date Carl has come forward. Carl wanted to know all about her job; she worked for a bank.
Wheelchair Guy rolls up to a restaurant. A valet (it's Mordecai!) greets him. Wheelchair Guy tips Mordecai a dollar (a whole dollar!) and tells him to get the wheelchair out of the trunk. Marshall watches and takes photos from across the street. Karen is there, too. Marshall asks how much she really likes Carl. Karen smiles and says that she likes him a lot. Marshall says that Carl "must be doing something right besides knocking off banks." Marshall tells Karen that if she wants to find out whether Carl is clean, she should assume that he isn't, because if he's not clean, he'll make a mistake. I'm not sure I followed all of that, but okay. Marshall says that bank robbers are dumb. Karen says that Carl isn't dumb. Marshall says he might be one in a million. Just then, Mordecai takes a crowbar to Wheelchair Guy's windshield. Wheelchair Guy comes running out sans wheelchair and starts yelling. Marshall snaps some photos. Karen asks if Marshall thinks she should draw Carl out and set him up. Marshall says he thinks she should find a new boyfriend. Aw. Her daddy cares.