She's at the hotel unpacking and bitching while Connie and Cutter question her. Cutter says the robber who was killed was Bobby Sinclair, who escaped from prison four years earlier. Cutter vows to get her; she plays wide-eyed innocent, still with a touch of apathy, and her lawyer tells them he'll try to get the material witness thing dismissed. This freaks Connie out since she knows Kim will disappear if she gets out on bail, and she goes to the cops for help. They find a Kim Brody who grew up in an orphanage and disappeared, and a woman named Claire Tomlin who helped Bobby Sinclair escape from prison. Claire's picture looks nothing like Kim, but they will run it through facial recognition software, and will have results in 48 hours as to if it could be her. (Dude, I've watched Las Vegas and facial recognition software totally works in a few seconds. Do you not have a program as good as the Montecito Casino's?) The motion hearing is that afternoon, but Connie cryptically says to print Claire's picture and she'll try to "poke the judge in the eye." I certainly hope that's figurative.
The Supreme Court judge is about to dismiss the warrant when Connie asks to show him Claire's picture. She does; Burbitoff looks at it and scoffs, but then the eye-poking comes into play. Connie shows them a picture of herself from high school when she looked nothing like she does now, and because he doesn't want to seem like a superficial asshole, the judge then upholds the warrant until they get the facial recognition results back. When Burbitoff sits down, Connie notices he's got a woman's sock on one foot, and they decide to search Kim's hotel room.
While they search, Lupo makes conversation with Green by asking if he's a "'socks on' guy or a 'socks off' guy." This is a bulletin to men everywhere -- "socks OFF" is the only right answer. Green seems both amused and appalled as Lupo says he's socks on, but won't be baited into admitting his own sexual footwear preferences. He's saved by the discovery of a man's sock. When Cutter and Connie get there, Cutter remarks on what Kim did to her last boyfriend (supposedly Sinclair, but they never entirely connect those dots; everyone just goes with it) and thinks she's got plans for Burbitoff; he should be tailed.