With backup, they head to the apartment and, to Marty's exasperation, make their way outside to greet Lara, who has the good grace to be shocked. She tells them defiantly that it isn't what it looks like, clearly having no idea she was the afternoon entertainment. They also find a giant bucket of chlorine, and we fade to commercial as they set their people to work securing the possible crime scene.
Lara's pissed at the idea that other news outlets have been called, while Marty's just pissed in general and tries to convince Connie and Green that he doesn't own the apartment and also doesn't know anything about chlorine. They assure him they'll find out if it's a hidden asset and Green implies what happened. Just as Marty assures them he just works in real estate, his lawyer arrives and shuts him up, then pulls him away when they say he's not arrested. Back at the office Cutter tells Jack that Marty does own the loft and was hiding it. He's like Green, sure that Marty did it, but Connie reminds them that they have no actual evidence. The suicide report comes up, and Cutter is sure that Lara made it up. Jack isn't so sure, but has them convene a grand jury so she has to testify.
Lara's all smooth and polished while she asserts that she doesn't have to reveal her sources. She maintains that she was doing everything as part of her "profession," and Connie asks what profession that is. Lara answers, "Thank you. It's always so nice to be called a whore." Connie just raises and eyebrow -- she's completely out-smoothed and out-sassed Lara all the way. She reiterates that she'll use what she has to get the truth, and asks Cutter how far he would go to convict a murderer, saying he'll go that far for a story. Connie asks again about her source for the psychiatric story, and she says it was Marty himself. She says she was trying to figure out what was up because she thought the cops were taking the easy way by going after the husband, and either she proved them wrong or she'd get a confession. She mentions that she found a map to the kennel and a local wooded area where he'd taken a drive to relax. Cutter asks, "What wooded area?" So off we go. Lupo is looking for a dog and seems to think that maybe one of the former fighting dogs would be good, even though Cabrera repeatedly warns him off of it. A nice conversation about dog ownership with Connie is interrupted by the discovery of a body, which just happens to have no hands attached.