Anita plays a tape for Connie, that's of a girl being asked to work an extra shift, so to speak. She can't do it and asks if there is anyone else, so the other girl tells her she'll have to check with Frank about that. Connie reminds them that Frank is a common name, so their theory that Madison tried to keep Frank out of the business by threatening to blow the whistle, leading to Frank then killing Madison to keep him quiet, is nothing until they can prove it's the same Frank. Lupo thinks they could get the answer from Sarah but when they go to see her, she plays dumb and then tells them to go to hell when they note her specialties from the website. Just then, a cab pulls up and a little girl gets out and runs to her mommy Sarah, telling her what fun she's just had. Sarah thanks the woman who had been watching her daughter and glares at the boys, but Bernard isn't intimidated and turns the tables, commenting, "Nice kid." That appeared to have the desired effect -- Sarah goes into the "office" -- three people in a kitchen with a single telephone -- and gets them all on video with a camera cleverly hidden in her purse. The boys get enough evidence, so they bust in and arrest everyone, including Frank Beezley and the woman who'd been on the phone, Mona, who has started to sob.
In court Frank and his two cohorts all plead not guilty; Connie does her thing and tries to get the two nameless defendants on $1 million bail and Frank on $4 million. She figures he's a flight risk, part of a murder investigation, and has access to family money, but that last statement gives his father a chance to stand up and promise he'll get none of the family money and can instead rot in jail. The judge very drily notes, "How refreshing." Cutter shows up to remind Connie they need to figure out if Morgan really was trying to bust Frank, and that they need to talk to the girl he hired to find out why he hired her -- work or play, so to speak.