A guy gets released from prison and receives his personal effects. The guard on duty hands over some clothes and such, commenting on each item, and then hands over a photograph of a little girl that looks like it's been taped back together a few times. The guy studies it for a moment and then walks out without a word.
Later, the guy strolls out of the prison and boards a bus. He walks all the way to the back and takes a seat, whereupon he takes out the photograph and looks at it again. I just figured out where I know that guy from, I think. He played the not-all-there ham-curing son of a guy Mark Greene worked on in ER. The dad was terminally ill and Mark wanted the son to sign a DNR, but the son didn't really understand what was going on.
Marshall talks to a client while Mordecai sits nearby and reads the newspaper. The client wants Marshall to find out if his wife is cheating on him. Marshall indicates that he's performed this service for this particular client before, and that the wife was cheating. Marshall is interrupted when his cell phone rings. It's Karen. She tells Marshall that she busted a counterfeiter who claims they went to high school together, and relays Lester's name. Marshall doesn't recognize it. Karen admits that she doesn't remember him either. Marshall says that there was a kid who used to cut the lawn that fits the description, and says that "it's nice to see people from the neighborhood make a name for themselves." He compliments Karen on her real successes, and they hang up.
The ex-con gets off the bus in a downtown location. He surveys his surroundings and spots an armored truck parked nearby. He goes into a sporting-goods store and buys a baseball bat, a duffel bag, and some duct tape. He uses the tape to cover up a peephole in the back of the truck.
Inside the truck, a guard finishes his lunch and radios his partner to determine that he's on his way back to the truck. The guard goes up to the door and tries to look out the peephole, which is blocked. He opens the door and promptly gets clocked in the head with the baseball bat. His partner shortly suffers the same fate. The ex-con picks up the bag of money the partner was carrying and sticks it in his duffel bag, and then walks off.