Some swimmers dive into an indoor pool as on-screen text informs us that this action took place in Kalamazoo, Michigan, six months ago. If you have to set something in Michigan, Kalamazoo is the place to do it. Unless you want to set it in Hell, Michigan, although Hell is kind of disappointing when you actually visit it. Anyway. Above the pool is a workout area. Cut to a locker room, where some guys are getting dressed. One guy weighs himself and is happy to see that he's lost two pounds. He makes some remark about how he loves that, in America, you can keep reinventing yourself and be someone else every day.
Karen holds up a photo of the reinvention guy to the receptionist at the gym and says that his name is Louis DiNardo. The receptionist says that he's there, but that she doesn't know exactly where, and offers to have him paged. Karen's not interested. She walks through the gym, checking out the various guys to see if any of them matches her photo.
In the locker room, DiNardo takes a towel out of his locker. Karen waltzes right into the men's locker room and shushes some guy who's like, "Um, excuse me?" She sneaks up on DiNardo, gun drawn. Some idiot guy goes, "It's a cop! Who's she looking for? Tracking somebody down, huh?" Well, not now, numbskull. Way to ruin it. DiNardo looks up, alarmed, and takes off. Karen sees him running, and gives chase. She ends up near the steam room, but DiNardo is nowhere to be found. Appropriately, Karen's hair is all curly from the humidity. Nice touch. She scans the area, but doesn't see DiNardo. She goes into the steam room and gets sucker-punched; she falls to the floor.
The on-screen text lets us know that it's today. Amos is leading a Marshal meeting. Amos hands out various warrants, but seems to be avoiding giving any to a Marshal named Edwards. Amos announces that DiNardo's warrant is back in their possession, because there was recent activity on his credit card in a Miami hardware store. Karen says she'll check it out, but Amos wants to give it to Edwards for a "fresh start." Karen keeps protesting, but Amos isn't having it.
Karen follows Amos into his office to continue pleading her case. Amos says that Karen is still pissed off about getting punched, and that "pissed-off Marshals don't do good work." Karen thinks Edwards will take three weeks to find DiNardo, and that she can get him in three days. Amos is doubtful, but offers to give her seventy-two hours. Karen accepts the challenge and walks out. Amos reminds her to "bring him back in one piece."