The lawyer informs them that she was looking into Marty's assets, since a lot seemed to have disappeared. Since he invested in the wine business with Carlin, Lauren told her lawyer she was going to go talk to him. Back at Carlin's they admire his wine collection, and he boasts that some bottles are worth $30,000. Seriously, just buy a car at that point and a nice $100 bottle if you want to celebrate the purchase. There are many things I'd do with a lot of money if I had it, but that just seems like flushing it down the toilet for sport. Everything just goes in a circle - Carlin claims that he knew Lauren was fishing for info about Marty's investment, and admits he then went back and told his friend what she was doing. Back at the office, Green whines to Anita that now they have motive. She reminds him of the little details they're missing -- evidence, witnesses, and a confession. Marty's also back on TV, and Lara announces that she's learned exclusively that Lauren was being treated for depression and suicidal tendencies. Since this is a surprise to them and also not anything Lauren's sister knew about, they go to ask Lara where she got her info. She won't reveal her source -- not to protect the source, but to keep ownership of the story -- and then she gets in a cab neatly ending the conversation. Or so she thinks, because they follow her to a building called Ajax Properties. Green realizes his partner has some peeping tom skillz when he quickly realizes they can see the building from neighboring roof. From there, they get a nice view of Lara and Marty making out on a patio, and then getting in a spa where she removes her pesky bikini top and begins to devour him. Lupo calls in for a search warrant, but never taking his eyes off the show below.
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.