Karen walks through the parking garage. Konner is waiting for her, and asks if she's ready to go. He explains that he knows a guy at the docks who specializes in relocations. Karen asks if she missed something, since he's supposed to be off the case. Konner says that they can't let "a little red tape" slow them down. Karen wants to stick by Amos's ruling. Konner says that Karen can file the reports, and Konner will "stay low on the radar." Yeah, until he kills another fugitive. Karen asks if Konner's killed fugitives before. Konner says he did what he had to do. Karen asks if that's what happened with his former partner, and if that's what happened this morning: Konner does what he needs to do to get it done. Konner says he doesn't follow. Karen says that the shots she heard were at least two or three seconds apart, and that if Six shot first, she wonders why Konner waited so long to return fire. Konner says, "Don't push it, Sisco." Karen replies, "Don't make me." Konner says he doesn't need this, so he's going to split for a while. He claims he'll go down to the Keys and do some fishing. Is anyone buying this? Is Karen? Karen says she thinks that might be best. Konner asks to be kept posted, and Karen says she will. They part ways.
Karen walks to her car and calls her father on her cell phone. She asks to talk to his friend who knows Konner.
Cut to Karen and some old guy talking at a beachfront bar. You know, I have never once wanted to visit or live in Miami, but this show is kind of tempting me, because they make it look so pretty. Of course, you can't feel heat and humidity through the television. Karen asks Retired Cop if he knew Konner well. RC says that no one did, except maybe his partner, O'Hara, and that the two of them "were more at home in the jungle than out of it." Karen points out that it's not a jungle, and RC says it was for them. RC explains that Konner's partner was a drunk. He relates a story of a time they were chasing a fugitive through a burning building, and the roof was about to cave in, and O'Hara stopped at the fridge to pick up a beer. Karen asks how she can get in touch with O'Hara. RC says she should try a psychic, because he's dead. Karen asks how it happened. RC says he fell ten stories. RC adds that O'Hara and Konner were on a warrant, and one minute O'Hara was on the roof, and the next he wasn't. There were "five bangers on the roof, getting loaded," and Konner brought them all in. The autopsy on O'Hara said that his B.A.C. was .20 plus, so the kids walked. Karen asks if he remembers the kids' names. RC doesn't. Karen pulls out mug shots of her three fugitives. RC says it could be them. He heard that two of the kids disappeared: "Nobody knows how, and nobody asked why."