Did the writers run out of time for this episode? The next few moments are a montage of scenes while we get voiceover from Casey: Earl Romaine stole the ID so he could get a job in a place where he'd have unlimited boys to rape. He's a registered sex offender ("I'm serious, Dude. He's a pederast") in Florida, which Kastner would have known if Kastner had bothered to do the proper background check. Well, they won't be making that mistake any time soon; Kaster's getting shut down, and the clients are being moved to juvenile detention, and criminal charges are being considered, especially for the guards who knew about the rapes but did nothing.
In the hospital, Casey tells Shane and his family that he's being released on probation, and will have to complete his treatment, but this time on out-patient status.
Any more loose ends to tie up? Well, Sarah and her husband are waiting for Casey at the police station to find out if it's true Shane was the one who was raped. Sarah starts to cry when it's confirmed. And in case we were getting the impression that the firefighter was going to be more compassionate, he's more upset about Shane getting a million dollars while Sarah gets nothing. "How crazy is the law?" he says. That's a theme this show really needs to consider exploring, you know? I don't think we know that by now.
Sarah and her husband leave, and Elliot's all "I don't blame him," which gets Sophie up in arms. "The law is 'one size fits all,'" he tells her. "It's not customized for each brain." Anyway, Elliot's got no time for her, and goes into the interrogation room, where Olivia is already questioning Pete "Earl Romaine" Lincoln. They're offering him a deal, which he'd be wise to take, since his DNA was found inside Shane. "Too bad all the treatment you got down in Florida didn't work," says Olivia. Wait, what's that coming down the track at five-hundred miles per hour? "I guess I'm just wired bad. I can't help myself," he says. "You know. Like that kid I raped."
Elliot looks back through the glass at Casey, who's thinking either, "I knew this would happen!" or "I think Sophia just cut one but I can't really step away from her because then it'll be obvious that I know, and I don't want to embarrass her." It's hard to tell with her sometimes. Maybe she's wondering if she can't renegotiate her contract and land a nice acting job in a show about doctors or something.