Cap'n Cragen meets Officer Bandolini on a park bench. "I know I'm bending procedure here," says Cragen. "You know we need that tape." "You know what it can do to me," says Bandolini. Cragen nods. Then he tells this long boring story about how Bobby Jones was winning the U.S. Open in 1926 and he accidentally moved the ball and even though nobody saw it he declared the penalty and he lost by a stroke but he never lost sleep over it -- and I guess the moral of this story is: do the right thing, even when you have The Golf Ball That Dare Not Speak Its Name. Cragen swears that he will do everything in his power to protect the tape. Then Bandolini fishes the tape right out of his pocket and gives it to Cragen. "You planned on handing this over all along, didn't you," says Cragen. "Yeah," says Bandolini. "But I enjoyed your golf story." Heh.
Munch and Benson and Stabler and a video tech are reviewing the video, which shows Brawny appearing at the door of the apartment and talking to the host briefly before the door shuts again. "Damn, he doesn't come in," says Benson. Munch, since he's such a conspiracy theory buff, knows more about video analyzing than the tech, and tells him to "enhance section A6," and eventually they concentrate on one little area that is in the corner of the screen which shows the mirror reflection of the hallway in the split second that Seth opens the door to leave the party, and it just so happens that standing there in that brief interval which happened to get reflected in the mirror and which was captured in just the corner of the video frame is -- the second gunman on the grassy knoll! Oops, no -- just Ray Gunther. They decide they'd better talk to Mrs. Brawny again.