Julio and Dwight discuss their "big problems" as they hastily walk into the Russian's office. Dwight is worried about Angie, but Julio keeps babbling business-speak about how their system is "down the crapper" since the cops confiscated the drugs. The Russian insists that they take another trip into the car wash.
In the car, Julio promises that this whole thing is just a glitch, and that the product will start moving on schedule in no time. Julio adds that he knows they owe him about $24,000. The Russian says one word in Russian and one of the thugs takes out a gun and shoots Julio in the stomach. Damn! I totally wasn't expecting that. Dwight looks understandably freaked out as Julio falls dead. A thug hands Dwight the gun. He tells Dwight to bring the money they owe in six hours, and that if he doesn't, he should save them the trouble and shoot himself. Dwight's like, "Shit like this never happened on Blossom."
Marshall cooks dinner while listening to the Marlins game on the radio. Karen gets home, and Marshall tells her that she's just in time to hear Tuck pitching. Karen tells him to give it a rest. Marshall asks if she's joining them tonight, and Karen says she has to go see Angie and bring her a toothbrush. Marshall warns her that it's dangerous business to get "close to [her] perps." Karen thinks for a minute and then asks Marshall if he was in love with Karen's mother. Marshall asks where this is going. Karen says that her perp's boyfriend loves her so much that he spends his life breaking out of prison to see her, and that "it's kind of inspiring." Marshall says they sound like rocket scientists. Karen says, "Yeah, but they'd jump off a cliff for each other. That kind of thing really happen?" Marshall nods and says it's been known to. Karen reminds him to take the bones out of the fish he is cooking, and takes off.
The cops confiscate the teddy bears at Dwight's apartment. Dwight pulls up and watches. He is surprised when Derwood runs up and gets into the car. Derwood asks if this is how Dwight looks after his girl. Derwood asks where Angie is, and Dwight admits that she's in jail. Derwood is disgusted, and Dwight says that they were doing just fine until Derwood brought the cops into it. Well, not really, since clearly the cops were on to them before Karen got involved, what with that giant overkill sting operation and all. Derwood says that he's disappointed in Dwight. Dwight says that Derwood is selfish, because Dwight has always played second fiddle. Dwight whispers, "Maybe I loved her, too." I know that line sounds cheesy, but Dwight delivered it well. Derwood can't believe it. Dwight says he can't stay there. He tosses Derwood the car keys and says he owes him a car, so now they're all square. Dwight slams the car door in disgust and Derwood nervously looks over to see if the cops noticed, which was a nice touch.