For The Love Of Mike
In the Ford Evilsplorer carrying the Blackriver gang, Pointedly Evil answers his cell, then gasps, "How is that possible?" Cut to Sheriff Ramsey reiterating that the body in the morgue isn't Charles Graiman's; Rivai confirmed it. Oh, Sheriff Ramsey. The corrupt small-town lawman never prevails on Knight Rider! Watch the DVDs, dude! Pointedly Evil shares the info with the team, and says they'll continue back to the mansion as planned.
Back to KITT for more emotional backstory as Mike apologizes for "all this" and says Graiman was always good to him and his mom -- not that he's talking to his mom right now, because she "sent [him] away" as a kid. "Mike? You weren't exactly a choir boy. She might not have had a choice," Sarah says. Well, that was sensitive to his abandonment issues, Sarah. Mike's like, everyone has a choice, and Sarah serves up some platitudes about not regretting anything after his mom's gone blah blah. Fortunately, this carpe matrem musing is interrupted by Mike's cell; it's Spindly, calling to see how Mike's doing with the money. Change of plans, Mike says, but he'll get Spindly the money soon. The shot of Spindly pans out to reveal the "investors" both training guns on him. "Yeah...how soon were you thinkin'?"
Kevin calls in to Rivai to report that Sarah's off the rez and doesn't have her cell phone turned on. Rivai curtly tells him to email her the number, and clicks off, and then there's a bit of "comedy" involving Kevin "hello"-ing at a busy signal, which of course you don't get on cell phones. Funny how movies and TV still do that -- that, and giving characters old-school answering machines so the audience can hear their messages. Anyway, Rivai is now noticing based on patterns in the dust in Graiman's office that someone took all the hard drives. "No kidding," gulps Sheriff Ramsey.