Law time! Connie tells Jack and Cutter that Ronnie helped move the stuff into a locker on the Tuesday after Eric's death, and that the value of the goods adds up to about $60K, aka the amount Bob sent in traveler's checks. Cutter explains the new theory, that Donna was running a con, getting a sucker by posting sexy pictures of her daughter. Their murder theory is a bit strung together with hope here, and I can't quite keep track, but they can't get Donna to talk to see if she knew what Bob was up to. They can't indict her on fraud, even with the locker full of goods, because the local D.A. says that Bob sent the money willingly so they weren't gotten illegally. Cutter and Connie then manipulate Jack into thinking it's his idea to say something to the governor, with whom he has an afternoon meeting.
The governor, played by Tom Everett Scott, pulls some strings, promises the Plattsburgh D.A. money that he didn't know was already promised to the mayor, and he agrees to cooperate. They then get back to talking about a crime bill.
Donna's lawyer and Cutter bluster at each other about whether Donna committed fraud or not, and Connie finally jumps in and says they could just ask Chrissy what happened. Her piercing stare is enough to make Donna fold like a card table and tell them how, after Chrissy ran away, she started going on her b-friends page because it made Donna feel closer to her. She claims that the men were all over her and she ignored them but that Bobby was different, and they became friends and had something real. Once Eric came looking for Chrissy and told her the story, she freaked out and called Bob on the phone. Pretending to be Chrissy, she Bob everything, but of course she had no idea what he would do and can't believe he could have killed Eric, blah blah blah crocodile tears. Her lawyer, having watched the whole thing nervously, composes himself to do one useful lawyer-y thing. When Cutter tells her they'll need her chat transcripts with Bob, he jumps in to say that they won't need them because they have Donna, and that she'll testify against Bob if they drop the fraud charges against her. Interesting that he came up with this offer without speaking to his client first. Cutter happily tells Jack that Donna makes their case, and Jack counters that they'll eat her alive on the stand and that hopefully they'll cut a deal before that happens. Connie comes in with some new info courtesy of Donna's phone records. She did call Bob after Eric's visit, but then she also called Bob the night Eric was murdered, after she called directory assistance to have the number and address of the bar where Eric was hanging out texted to her phone. Cutter and Connie figure that Eric was waiting for Chrissy that night, but that Donna sent Bob instead because she was afraid Eric had figured out the scam and would expose her to Bob, stopping all of the money. Jack figures that it's time that Bob meet Donna.