Party in Jack's office, cops and lawyers invited! Turns out that April called the nanny that night after she talked to Green, and then left. Green showed up a few minutes later; when he found out she left he said, "Oh, crap," and took off after her. Presumably then she's the mystery person, Bunny was shooting at her and Green then shot at him, which would be justifiable. Bernard thinks it's weird that Green never mentioned April that night, since he'd be off the hook with this story. Cutter then muses about them being accomplices, which sends Lupo into a rage, so Jack breaks things up and sends the cops away. They figure Green's a murderer or protecting April from something... but what could that possibly be? Jack tells him the way to get something out of Green is if he has to protect her from her own murder charge, so they should threaten to indict her.
April shows up at Green's apartment, freaking out about the possible charge. He says he won't let anything happen and thinks this is his fault, she thinks he saved her life, he thinks that she wouldn't be involved if not for him. She then talks about how she loved the "action," and how it used to be crazy fun, and now it's like a bad dream coming back to her. He promises he'll take care of everything and kisses her on the forehead.
Connie comes in to tell Cutter that Green's attorney called and she thinks he's going to take a plea, and Cutter victoriously says it's because they turned up the heat on April. He then wonders what their relationship was. Connie defends that they both don't gamble any more and remarks on April's good job for the school board. Conveniently, Cutter is looking at their audit reports just then.
Green and his lawyer are there for the meeting, and offer a plea of Man Two and six months in jail. Cutter asks why the change of heart and the lawyer asks if he wants it or not. Cutter boldly tells them there's no deal. The lawyer asks him what that's about, and Cutter says that's what he'd like to know, and calls in Connie. She comes in with April and Cutter tells her that he's about to plead guilty, yada yada, the grandstanding we've come to know and love, yada. He keeps riding April and Green tells her not to say anything. Cutter then drops the discovery that April was embezzling money when she was deep in gambling debt, and says Bunny knew that. Green corrects that Bunny knew that Green lost money. Cutter points out that story is going to send Green to prison, and after a lot of back and forth, April decides to come clean. She had gone that night to tell Bunny to disappear so that he couldn't be arrested and squeal on them both. Ed tries to get her a lawyer but she shakes off the suggestions, explaining that he feels guilty since he taught her how to gamble, and then he was able to stop and she wasn't. Enter the embezzling, which didn't pay the whole tab, so she then had to start doing sexual favors for Bunny's friends. And that is why Green beat him up, to let her go, and it worked and she cleaned up her act. The night of the murder, Bunny thought April said she was calling the police and shot at her, so Green shot at him. So thankfully he won't have to leave us completely disgraced -- he's a hero. He still tries to protect April but she's at peace with coming clean. Green has tears in his eyes at what's going on, and asks Cutter why they're doing this. He answers, "We thought you were worth saving." Clearly, he doesn't think so.