Karen walks into her office and talks to Pete, played by Jake Busey. He's not even annoying in this role. I didn't know he could play a role and not be annoying. Anyway, Karen tells Pete that he looks like hell, and Pete complains that the President is coming to town and the Secret Service is convinced that a senior citizen in Delray Beach poses a threat, which Pete feels is untrue. Karen asks if he found anything on Pell. Pete says that Pell is a German national, and that a manhunt has been launched. Karen asks who Pell is, and Pete says that he's "a career con artist" who has married four wealthy women and robbed three of them blind. Heh. Blind. You'll understand in a minute. Karen doesn't seem that impressed until Pete adds that Pell also killed a cop. Pete explains that the fourth wife's sister checked Pell out and had him investigated, but Pell shot the cop and fled to Seattle. Karen asks if Pete knows the fourth wife's name. Pete says it's Chelsea Wentworth, and that she's been out of the country but is flying back today. Pete adds that the Marshal on the plane died of natural causes, and that Amos wants to see Karen.
Amos asks Karen what happened at the airport. Before Karen can answer, Burden (which I've apparently been spelling wrong all this time, but now I know the correct spelling thanks to the awesome forum posters) and Peter Horton walk in. Burden is pissed that Karen lost a prisoner. He asks Karen how this could possibly happen. Amos stands up, and we see his arm crutches prominently, which kind of annoys me because up until now they have totally not made a big deal that he uses them, but it seems like this angle was set up to show them off. Amos tells Burden not to forget whose office he's in. Burden says that a prisoner just walked out of custody, and wonders how a prisoner was able to pass himself off as a Marshal to an actual Marshal. Karen coolly says, "It's not like we have a secret handshake." Burden busts out a photo of the cop that Pell killed, adding that he had a wife and kids. Karen looks repentant and says she's taking full responsibility for what happened. She asks for forty-eight hours to get Pell back. Burden won't have it, and says that the FBI is taking this one back. Amos has no problem with that. Burden says he caught Pell before and he'll do it again. Amos tells him to get to it. Burden won't let Amos have the last word, so he yells something at his lackeys as he exits. Peter Horton gives Karen the eye before leaving.